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The Iona Institute have launched a new animated video to voice their 'No' arguments

The conservative group’s 2012 video ‘The Case for Man/Woman Marriage’ racked up over 100,000 views and was met with a scathing parody version.

CONSERVATIVE GROUP THE Iona Institute have produced a new animated video to argue for a No vote in the same-sex marriage referendum.

Using similar similar graphics and a similar voice-over tone to their ‘Case for Man/Woman Marriage’ video, which racked up over 100,000 views afters its release in 2012, the clip was uploaded to Youtube this morning…

Source: theionainstitute/YouTube

Iona Institute founder David Quinn is one of the main advisors of the Mothers and Fathers Matter group, which has been placing posters in towns and cities around the country in the run-up to the 22 May vote.

The organisation’s 2012 video was the subject of a scathing parody, voiced by Irish actress and comedian Tara Flynn.

“The mammy-daddy relationship is a very special one, having been the only one in all the books up until the 1950s,” the deadpan narration said…

Source: Tara Flynn/YouTube

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