Humanity's biggest blunder to date?
by W. Finnerty Tue Nov 27, 2012 08:22
Our failure to put into practice the 1948 United Nations "teaching and education" recommendation made in the final paragraph of the PREAMBLE at: http://www. un .org/en/documents/udhr/index.shtml ?
In the hope that it might still not be too late to learn from our mistake, a set of four e-mails were sent to all (or almost all) of the Republic of Ireland's TDs (elected representatives to Central Government), Senators, and MEPs (Members of the European Parliament) yesterday.
It was titled: "Article 5 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights".
Copies of the four e-mails used can be viewed at the following four locations:
TDs Group 1:
http://humanrightsireland.com/ Dail31TDs/Group1of2 /26November2012/Email.htm
TDs Group 2:
http://humanrightsireland.com/ Dail31TDs/Group 2 of2 /26November2012/Email.htm
http://humanrightsireland.com/ 24thSeanadMembers /26November2012/Email.htm
MEPs (Members of the European Parliament):
http://humanrightsireland.com/ MEPs /26November2012/Email.htm
Each of the four e-mails referred to above contained the piece of text in the section just below:
"Why is it that the summation of such political, legal, and corporate corruption appears to have already crossed some invisible line, and taken on a monstrous and self-destructive 'life of its own': so that it now looks to many (including myself) as though the worsening situation relating to such corruption may in fact be unstoppable, and impossible for humanity to ever reverse?"
The above excerpt has been copied from the following www location:
http://www.humanrightsireland.com/ CelticParty /29April2012/Email.htm
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Government Crime, Impunity, United Nations, Republic of Ireland, Human Rights Ireland:
http:// tinyurl.com /c9lpf83
The above text is from a comment dated November 27th 2012 at the following Indymedia (Ireland) location:
http:// www.indymedia.ie /article/102060#comment293440
Human Rights Ireland: http:// www. h uman r ights i reland.com
"Mo lean leir ar an dream gan eifeacht"
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