("A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.")
LONGER FORM (of St Patrick's Day 2013 Message to IMF):
E-mail to IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde
by W Finnerty Wed Mar 13, 2013 06:22
An e-mail titled "Banksters continue with their hoodwinking of 'the people' ...", which was addressed to her at the "Ethics" Division of the IMF (International Monitory Fund), was sent to Ms Lagarde yesterday.
The full text of yesterday's e-mail to the "Ethics" section of the IMF -- and to Christine Lagarde -- can be viewed at the following www location:
As can be viewed at the above www address, the following excerpt formed part of the message-text in the e-mail sent to the IMF yesterday:
"The criminal deception of 'the people' by the Banksters, and their bought-and-paid-for Republic of Ireland Government (Executive, Legislative, and Judicial) gofer accomplices, and RTE, is the only thing that I see as being 'huge by any standards'. And it is HUGE."
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The text in the section above is based on a comment dated March 13th 2013 at the following Indymedia (Ireland) www location:
"Thank you very much ..."
Large parts of the texts in the sections above formed the main message-text of a March 15th 2013 e-mail sent to (among others) an international selection of senior politicians, lawyers, and advocates: which included the Republic of Ireland Chief Executive Officer of "Irish Advocacy Network" Colette Nolan.
Further information relating to Colette Nolan and the Irish Advocacy Network can found via the following link: http://tinyurl.com/bgxckok (which leads to a Google listing "computer response" to following text: Colette Nolan, CEO, Irish Advocacy Network ...).
Specific efforts have been made, during the past year or so, to keep Ms Nolan informed about some of the psychological injuries -- and other major "living" difficulties -- which are a direct consequence of Bankster Crime. Further information relating to the "injuries" and "difficulties" in question can found via http://tinyurl.com/a3cyvqk (which leads to a Google listing response to following text: Colette Nolan, Irish Advocacy Network, Human Rights Ireland ...).
By way of what MIGHT (?) be an encouraging sign, the following reply to the above-mentioned March 15th 2013 e-mail was received from a woman who works in the office of a senior Republic of Ireland Cabinet Minister:
"Thank you very much for your e-mail (at the www address immediately below) which will be brought to the attention of (the senior Cabinet Minister in question)".
The reply from the Cabinet Minister's Office was such that it included a full copy of my original e-mail to the Cabinet Minister in question (as it appears at the www address immediately above). In my experience, this is VERY unusual; and, it suggests (to me) that at least one person in the Cabinet Minister's office might be treating the whole "bankster/government crime" business very seriously. Almost always (to date), I have found that replies from government offices leave varying amounts of "room for doubt" -- obfuscation (in other words) of the highly skilled, calculated kind designed to confuse and fool the reader that is -- regarding what it is exactly they are replying to: when they reply at all that is, and which is by no means always I have found. For example, I have still not received any reply of any kind whatsoever to the registered letters I sent to Prime Minister Enda Kenny TD and Justice Minister Alan Shatter TD on December 14th 2012 referred to at:
This is the third time (in recent weeks) that I have been in receipt of a much higher quality (as I see it) type of government-office e-mail reply -- e-mail replies that is which leave absolutely no doubt at all as to what subject exactly they are in response to -- all from the same Republic of Ireland Cabinet Minister's Office. The first of these three responses has already been referred to in the copy of the February 21st 2013 e-mail on display at: http://www.humanrightsireland.com/CelticParty/21February2013/Email.htm
Could it be (I find myself wondering) that the Republic of Ireland Cabinet Minister in question is beginning to realise, and to better understand, just how extremely serious, dangerous, convoluted, well-hidden, and deep-rooted, the rapidly growing "bankster problem" really is: for humanity as a whole, and not just for "the people" of the Republic of Ireland in isolation?
One lives in hope!!
Nobody (that I know of) who has investigated the deadly poisonous "bankster problem" in depth believes there is any "overnight" solution to it. All the available evidence suggests that any genuine, good-quality, and long-lasting "solution/recovery journey", which might yet get fully under way, will take considerably longer than that.
Mar sin fein : TosaÃonn turas de mÃle mÃle le aon cheim amhÃ¡in.
(Nevertheless: A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.)
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