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Russia is watching the highly dangerous IMPUNITY developments in Europe

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For most normal people the word "final" means "final"; but, not for the corrupt lawyers who are hell-bent on violating and undermining the Republic of Ireland's Constitution in connection with matters such as (for example) the unconstitutional ratification processes of the European Union Nice and Lisbon Treaties (both initially rejected by the PEOPLE of the Republic of Ireland in 2001 and 2007 respectively): which our lawyers, and their political accomplices in the other two main branches of our Government (i.e. Legislative and Executive) succeeded in doing with impunity.

Arrogantly violating our constitution with impunity (in any way they wish), is an extremely dangerous habit (for humanity as a whole) which our Judiciary, and our Presidents, appear to have picked up (in recent decades) from their counterparts in the United States of America. As things stand at the present time, full support for such treasonous and socially destructive acts is normally provided for our Government by our main-stream-media.


Russia is watching the highly dangerous IMPUNITY developments in Europe

by W. Finnerty Thu May 03, 2012 12:45

Some recent additional information relating to the comment at Sat Apr 21, 2012 18:22:

"Considering the destabilizing nature of the [American] ABM system, namely the creation of an illusion of inflicting a disarming [nuclear] strike with impunity, a decision on pre-emptive deployment of assault weapons could be taken when the situation gets harder," Gen. Makarov told the audience.

The excerpt just above has been copied from an article titled "Russia 'retains right' to pre-emptive AMD strike" dated 03 May, 2012 (i.e. today). The full text of the article can be viewed at:

I am firmly of the view that the people of the Republic of Ireland would need to be VERY cautious indeed regarding the impunity clauses -- there was MORE THAN ONE the last time I looked -- connected with the ESM (European Stability Mechanism) treaties, when they think about which way they will vote on May 31st 2012.

Personally, I intend to play safe (regarding the ESM impunity clauses in question), and enter a nice big, fat "X" in the "NO" section of the May 31st Referendum Ballot Sheet.

It's very hard to beat a clear and simple approach to our ESM Referendum (and its slyly embedded impunity clauses), especially when such a very simple approach is readily available on Referendum Day.

I believe it's worth keeping in mind also the AMAZING fact (as I see things) that we are the ONLY EU nation (as far as I know) that is being given the opportunity to have our say -- as individual voters -- on the ESM business (and its impunity clauses): a fact which speaks volumes about the quality of our "genuine democracy", compared to that of our unlucky and less fortunate fellows in all of the other EU member-states.

Long live Article 6.1 of Bunreacht na hEireann (the written Constitution of the Republic of Ireland), and the supreme POWER it very clearly ENTRUSTS to the PEOPLE of the Republic of Ireland: for the purpose of having the FINAL say (where FINAL means FINAL) regarding such important social matters: matters which cannot -- at the present time at least -- be lawfully decided by the politicians and/or the lawyers, acting dangerously on their own, and in isolation of the PEOPLE, or, by any other individual or group of individuals either.

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The text in the section immediately above has been copied from a comment dated May 3rd 2012 at the following Indymedia (Ireland) location:


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William Finnerty is back living in the Republic of Ireland at the present time, which is where he was born and where he grew up. His father was Irish (County Galway), and his mother American (New York City). He has worked mostly in the (more...)
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