Broken www links repaired
by W. Finnerty Thu Oct 25, 2012 10:55
I noticed (for the first time) this morning that most of the links in the "main text" at the beginning of this Indymedia (Ireland) Article did not work.
As far as I know, the links got inadvertently broken when the original "comment" was usefully changed (in my opinion), by Indymedia (Ireland) moderators, to an "Article", as commented on at:
Anyway, additional files were added this morning to the Human Rights Ireland www site which mean that the "broken links" referred to above are no longer "broken".
As far as I know, neither Hospital Consultant Dr Ann Jeffers, nor Minister for Health Dr James Reilly TD are doing ANYTHING whatsoever about ANY of the issues raised in the "main article text" at the start of this Indymedia (Ireland) page; and, if that really is the case, they are both contributing (in my opinion) -- in an extremely MAJOR way -- to the "Dysfunctional Ireland" situation referred to at the following www location:
The above text has been copied from the following Indymedia (Ireland) location:
Updates for TDs dated October 22nd and 23rd 2012
by W. Finnerty Wed Oct 24, 2012 18:44
All (or almost all) TDs -- the Republic of Ireland's "elected representatives of the people" (so called) to Da'il Éireann (Parliament of the Republic of Ireland) -- were updated by e-mail on October 22nd 2012 and October 23rd 2012 in connection with ongoing attempts to expose the general "political / legal / corporate corruption, crime, cover-ups, and impunity" problem the Republic of Ireland and its citizens are at present saddled with, and being dragged down by.
Copies of the "full text" of both e-mails used can be viewed at the two www locations provided just below:
Prime Minister Enda Kenny TD was included in the recipient list of the October 23rd 2012 e-mail (which appears at the www address immediately above).
"Prime Minister Enda Kenny TD, Unconstitutional (and consequently unlawful) Legislation, William Finnerty"
The text in the section immediately above has been copied from the following Indymedia (Ireland) location:
Human Rights Ireland