Group that placed the giant 'No' sign in the Dublin mountains release statement
"The sign is placed in a privately owned field and is guarded by a large bull that is currently grazing."
As previously reported, a large 'No' sign has appeared near the Hellfire Club in Dublin's Montpellier Hill.
South Dublin County Council has said that they've received "a few calls" about the sign and that the issue is being dealt with by the relevant authorities.
Since being erected, the people that created the sign have released the following statement:
"A Large 'No' sign has been erected on Dublin's Montpellier Hill below the Hell Fire Club this afternoon at 5pm. The "No" sign is 160ft tall with the leg of the letter "N" being 20ft wide alone. It is a massive sign for all of Dublin to see."
"The sign was erected by a group of pro-life men and woman from Dublin and elsewhere throughout the country. Newspapers, radio and TV are censoring their message and pro-abortion campaigners are ripping down their posters every day across the country.
"When Google and Facebook shut down the Irish abortion debate 2 weeks ago it was the final straw.
"Now they are trying these more innovative methods of communication. The sign is placed in a privately owned field and is guarded by a large bull that is currently grazing in the field.
"Placing the bull in the field was seen as a necessity following the removal of the Benbulben sign at the weekend by Pro-Abortion activists."