How much longer?
by W. Finnerty Thu Nov 15, 2012 04:30
"1) Why are so many governments around the world -- including the three main branches of the Republic of Ireland Government (Executive, Legislative, and Judicial) -- still completely ignoring the educational recommendations made in the PREAMBLE of the 1948 United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights; 2) why have the governments in question been allowed to get away with ignoring these extremely important educational recommendations for so long; and, 3) how much longer, I wonder, are they going to be allowed to keep on ignoring them?"
The above excerpt formed part of the text of an "update" sent yesterday by e-mail to Ban Ki-moon (Secretary-General of the United Nations), which was copied to several others at home and abroad. The full text of the e-mail used can be viewed at:
A second e-mail -- containing very similar message-text to the UN e-mail referred to just above -- was also sent yesterday to Rebecca Leavy, and copied to several of her colleagues at the Republic of Ireland's National Advocacy Service. A copy of that e-mail can be viewed at:
Rebecca Leavy advised me, by e-mail on October 8th 2012, that an advocate from the NAS (National Advocacy Service) "will get in touch" with me "via email next week". To date, I have not heard another word from Rebecca Leavy, and neither have I heard anything from any of her many colleagues at the NAS.
"Dysfunctional Ireland, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, unconstitutional activities, Human Rights Ireland"
The text in the section immediately above is based on a comment dated November 15th 2012 at the following Indymedia (Ireland) Internet location:
Human Rights Ireland: http:// www. h uman r ights i reland.com
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