What about the "Missing Referendum"?
by W. Finnerty Sat Mar 31, 2012 12:10
Before having a referendum on the 'The Fiscal Compact', I believe there is another referendum which should take place: and which should in fact have taken place many months ago, i.e. well before before ANY bailout payments were made by the Republic of Ireland Government (Executive, Legislative, and Judicial) to the bankers (in connection with bankers derivatives gambling debts).
All of my lengthy research suggests that, under the terms of Article 6.1 of Bunreacht na hEireann (the Supreme Law of the Republic of Ireland), the people of the Republic of Ireland have always had an irrefutable legal right to be consulted, through the use of a constitutional referendum, about the payment of bailouts to bankers which are the result of the derivatives gambling debts of the bankers concerned: particularly when it is the case that, to the best of my knowledge, the bankers are still gambling on derivatives; and, that despite all the hundreds, and possibly thousands of trillions of Euros worth of such debts, nothing has been done to stop this form of bankers gambling: with the result that the derivatives gambling debts of the bankers continue to grow in size. Not only that, and thanks to the nature of derivatives gambling, nobody seems to know what the rate-of-growth of the derivatives debts in question actually is; and, neither is there any easy way for anybody to find out apparently.
So far, as I see things, the extremely arrogant (and possibly extremely ignorant?) Republic of Ireland Government (Executive, Legislative, and Judicial) has CRIMINALLY prevented the people of the Republic of Ireland from having the "final" say on this crucially important aspect of "national policy": which the people are fully, and irrefutably, entitled to under the terms of Article 6.1 of our Constitution.
The Republic of Ireland Government (Executive, Legislative, and Judicial) should not, under any circumstances (in my view), be allowed to get away with this completely outrageous and socially disastrous piece of CRIME for a moment longer than is absolutely necessary.
Related Link: http://www.humanrightsireland.com/MayoNews/30March2012/Email.htm#GovernmentCrime
The above text is from a comment dated March 31st 2012 at the following Indymedia (Ireland) location:
Human Rights Ireland: www. h uman r ights i reland.com