Contraception. The silent killer

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Over the centuries, Ireland retained its national identity, which was linked to the Roman Catholic Church. Even the rise of the Church of England did not break the Irish connection with Rome in the sixteenth century. Despite many persecutions, they maintained their faith and demographic dynamism until the mid-nineteenth century. The ideas of the civilization of death emerging on English soil reached the people of Ireland, reducing the number of children in their families.

The process was unnoticeable and hard to spot, but it was wreaking havoc on the Irish. Already in the 1930s, a contraceptive mentality was born that weakened faith in God. Over time, another mentality emerged, an abortion mentality, which wreaked further spiritual, moral and biological havoc on the Irish. And faith became a cultural heritage, there was no godliness and piety.

At the end of the twentieth century and the beginning of the twenty-first century, the Irish succumbed to the ideas of the civilization of death, legally accepted abortion, contraception, divorce and the depravity of children and adolescents. As a result, Irish families gave up several children in favor of one or two, and at most three, children. Marriage ceased to be the mainstay of society in favor of free unions. Ireland has become one of the fastest depopulating countries in the world. Next