E-mail dated February 19th 2013 to Prime Minister Enda Kenny TD
by W. Finnerty Wed Feb 20, 2013 16:04
An e-mail update (of sorts) was sent yesterday morning to Prime Minister Kenny TD (Republic of Ireland), which was copied to several of his cabinet minister colleagues using the same e-mail. The full text of the e-mail in question can be viewed at the following Internet page address:
Fairly soon afterwards (yesterday morning) I received an e-mail from the office of one of the cabinet ministers the e-mail at the above www address was sent to: which suggested, pretty strongly, that the contents of e-mail at the above address were being treated very seriously by at least one person at the office in question, and that there was the possibility they MIGHT also be seriously considered later by at least one cabinet minister.
Thanks to Article 6.1 of the Republic of Ireland's Constitution, it would now be entirely in order (in my opinion) for the members of the Republic of Ireland Government (Executive, Legislative, and Judicial) to truthfully and respectfully point out to the Banksters that: "Our hands are tied, and, allowing for all of the growing concerns relating to our nation's present money supply arrangements, we cannot sensibly -- for legal reasons connected with our Constitution -- proceed any further with these matters, which are of extreme 'national policy' interest and of crucial importance relating to the 'common good' of our people, without first consulting with the people of the Republic of Ireland, through the use of a national referendum, on this particular 'money supply' set of issues."
As many may already know, Article 6.1 of Bunreacht na hEireann (the Constitution of the Republic of Ireland) -- which is a core part of the SUPREME LAW of the Republic of Ireland (and I would say the core part) -- reads, in full, as follows:
"All powers of government, legislative, executive and judicial, derive, under God, from the people, whose right it is to designate the rulers of the State and, in final appeal, to decide all questions of national policy, according to the requirements of the common good."
If our Government (Executive, Legislative, and Judicial) were to arrange for such a referendum, "the people" of the Republic of Ireland could be asked if they wish to continue on being dependant on the Banksters for the provision of our debt-bearing and interest-bearing money supply (as provided by the Banksters at the present time), or, if we wish our Government ((Executive, Legislative, and Judicial) to make all of the necessary arrangements for us to provide ourselves -- exclusively by ourselves -- with our own debt-free and interest-free money supply: of the kind that (for example) former Republic of the United States of America President Abraham Lincoln used to fight (and to win!!) the American Civil War with in the 1860's (before being assassinated).
Lincoln's Greenbacks, German inspired Irish 'Greenback' might be the answer?, Human Rights Ireland ...
Changing the subject slightly, the e-mail I received yesterday (referred to above) from the cabinet minister's office, also contained a small amount of promotional material relating to "The Gathering": a national series of community events being planned for the Republic of Ireland later on in 2013.
On seeing this, and after reading some of the "Gathering" material at http://www.thegatheringireland.com/, I couldn't help thinking to myself "what a wonderful gift it would be for citizens of the Republic of Ireland, at home and all over the world, particularly those who might be seriously thinking of attending one or more of these events in 2013, to see our Government (Executive, Legislative, and Judicial) put Article 6.1 of our hard won 'republican and democratic' Constitution to work on our behalf: for the purpose of fully resolving our present money supply problems in an entirely healthy, once-and-for-all, lawful, and peaceful way."
As many will no doubt already know, it required a long series of heart-breaking and bloody struggles, and a long string of closely related reversals of fortune and undoing of major sacrifices, between 1169 AD to 1948 AD, for the people of the Republic of Ireland to get the very republican "government of the people, by the people, for the people" principle fully in place: IN LAW; and, which is very simply and powerfully embodied in the straightforward and easy for everybody to understand Article 6.1 of Bunreacht na hEireann.
779 years of brutal uphill struggle, involving 25 generations (or so) of "blood, sweat, and tears" at the extreme expense of some dozens of generations of our direct forebears: and all for what?
To have our Government (Executive, Legislative, and Judicial) unlawfully throw away this legal and political "jewel in the crown" main achievement of our forebears, which is deeply embedded in Article 6.1 of our Constitution: so that the Banksters can imprison and enslave us -- and our children and grandchildren, and their children and their grandchildren -- in an ever increasing tsunami of fraudulent debt: debt which, if the Banksters corruption and crime-ridden scams succeed, will (almost certainly in my opinion) be accompanied by a new and more vibrant form of totalitarian rule that will be more obnoxious and globally widespread and enduring than anything humanity has thus far ever experienced? And which, once established, might well be completely impossible for humanity as a whole to ever again reverse? Assuming of course that a Bankster inspired -- and financed -- thermonuclear WW3 event does not destroy civilisation in its present state of development at some point along the way: and which could, if such an event ever happens, conceivably destroy humanity as a whole, and maybe even all of "Life on Earth" in its entirety.
Enough of the "Government of the Banksters, by the Banksters, for the Banksters" socially disastrous and psychopathic scams and schemes?
It's time for "the people" of the Republic of Ireland to move on, and to get themselves as far away as possible from that "Bankster driven" and most unhealthy and socially destructive totalitarian form of state governance: which, in the case of the Republic of Ireland, is also completely unlawful as well, thanks to the undeniable presence of Article 6.1 in our Constitution.
Government of the Banksters, by the Banksters, for the Banksters, Republic of Ireland ...
The above text is based on a comment dated February 20th 2013 at the following Indymedia (Ireland) location:
Related Internet Web Site ( H uman R ights I reland): http://www. h uman r ights i reland.com