Vote PRO-LIFE on 18th May 2023

  • Vote PRO-LIFE on 18th May 2023

Our new VOTE PRO-LIFE Leaflets are now ready for our campaign in the run-up to the local council elections in May. 

The front of the leaflet features the beautiful picture of Baby Niall and his mother Helen.

Niall's parents were to be Guest Speakers at our recent Rally for Life in Belfast, but were unable to attend due to the adverse weather conditions that day. But you can read Helen's powerful testimony below...
While Local Councils in Northern Ireland have no direct power over abortion, it's still so important that we "vote pro-life" in this Election.

The Alliance Party, Green Party, Sinn Féin, SDLP, Ulster Unionist Party and People Before Profit will be asking you to vote for their candidates on Thursday 18th May 2023. But members of these same Parties voted to kill babies like little Niall with Down’s Syndrome. These Parties also voted to create the draconian “Exclusion  Zones” that ban and criminalise any person who prays outside an abortion centre.

The people of Northern Ireland must send out a clear message to these pro-abortion Parties that we will never vote for any of their candidates who support killing babies in the womb. By "voting pro-life" we show the Political Parties that we want unborn babies and their mothers protected from abortion.

Our new leaflet tells voters which Parties have a pro-life policy, and exposes the Parties that support killings babies. It encourages voters to put the candidates on the spot by directly challenging with the question - do you want babies like little Niall to be protected before birth? We also explain how to strategically use the 'Transferable Vote' system to ensure only pro‑life candidates are elected.

You can also help us in our Vote Pro-Life Campaign by distributing leaflets to your family, friends, church, and community. Contact us and we will send you out as many leaflets as you need - call 02890278484 or email



Helen's Testimony

Mother of Baby Niall

BabyNiall "Niall is our son, a brother, a grandson, an uncle to 2 nieces and a nephew, a friend to everyone he meets, a comforter to all who need a hug.
His older sisters Chloe and Colleen say they call for comfort hugs when they are having a tough week and a hug and a smile from Niall makes the world right again. I have to agree.

Niall loves ice cream, chocolate, cheeseburgers, sausages, pancakes. He hates the swimming pool, cold weather, not a fan of the snow or too much heat. He stomps his feet when he doesn’t get his own way, flashes a winning smile when he knows he has been bold and is getting told off.

Sounds normal enough so far doesn’t it. That’s because he is perfectly normal.

Niall is not a diagnosis ,he is a beautiful human being, a joy, part of his community. He loves a good party, good craic, good music.

He loves people.
Why do some people not love him ?

That is the question I expect to hear when Niall is of an age when he will have full knowledge of the laws in our land that allow for the murder of children with a disability. That is the message these laws feed into the minds and spirits of our son and others like him - a message of hate, belittling and put downs.

Can you - the MLAs who brought these laws forward - answer the question? Can you tell me why you belittle and humiliate the life of our son by suggesting he is not worth the same air you breath?

Is it so bad that he may need a little help or some more time to get to grips with things? Do we not all need help sometimes? I know I do !

How sad and disturbed the future generations will be when they look back at the barbaric and cruel treatment of our unborn children and the blatant and unashamed discrimination against the babies who had the misfortune to be diagnosed with a disability in the womb.

The womb should be a place of peace, a safe place! Now it is a dangerous place where intruders with weapons can strike at any time.

I remarked many times as I carried our son, how gentle this baby was - gentle kicks so peaceful. I didn’t know he had Down's Syndrome until he was born, and it didn’t make any difference to me. I was thrilled with Niall from the moment I saw that pink line on my pregnancy test and even more thrilled when I finally got to meet him in person.

We must never forget the atrocities of the past. They didn’t begin with gas chambers but with the dehumanising of certain groups in the eyes of others; the mentality that they were unworthy of life. Ireland is now travelling on a dangerous path unleashing a campaign of genocide on the disabled child in the womb, stereotyping these humans as unfit for purpose as if they were nothing more than a faulty piece of clothing in a factory line only worthy of being discarded.

Our son is worthy of life and love."

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