William Finnerty <williamfinnertygalway@gmail.com>

Request to re-schedule my 2 pm appointment for November 21st 2017

William Finnerty <williamfinnertygalway@gmail.com>Mon, Nov 20, 2017 at 7:00 PM

To: "Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Lauren Edgar and Community Psychiatric Nurse Carmel Reilly at Knockbracken Healthcare Park, Belfast" <Carmel.Reilly@belfasttrust.hscni.net>, Medical Secretary Deborah Porter at Belfast HSCNI <Deborah.Porter@belfasttrust.hscni.net>, "Bradbury Wellbeing and Treatment Centre, 1-17 Lisburn Road, Belfast" <BradburyCTCCReception@belfasttrust.hscni.net>, Ms Kyrrah Thom at Belfast Health and Social Care Trust <Kyrrah.Thom@belfasttrust.hscni.net>, Occupational Therapist Elaine Mc Shane at Bradbury Wellbeing and Treatment Centre <elaine.mcshane@belfasttrust.hscni.net>, Elaine at Belfast 46 Donegall Pass Citizens Advice Bureau Office <train@citizensadvice.co.uk>, Scheme Co-ordinator Ina Ferguson <I.Ferguson@helmhousing.org>, Helm Housing Manager Alison McBride <A.McBride@helmhousing.org>, Alison McBride <alison.mcbride@radiushousing.org>, Karen McFall <K.McFall@helmhousing.org>, "Brian Eastwood at Helm Housing, Belfast" <B.Eastwood@helmhousing.org>, Ciaran Kelly <ciaran.kelly@radiushousing.org>, "First Minister of Northern Ireland Arlene Foster (Lawyer) LL.B. MLA" <arlene.foster@mla.niassembly.gov.uk>, arlene@arlenefoster.org.uk, Northern Ireland Justice Minister Claire Sugden MLA <claire.sugden@mla.niassembly.gov.uk>, "Northern Ireland Justice Department, Case Ref: COR/1248/2016" <private.office@justice-ni.x.gsi.gov.uk>, Northern Ireland Minister For Finance Máirtín Ó Muilleoir MLA <mairtin.omuilleoir@mla.niassembly.gov.uk>, Northern Ireland Minister for Health Michelle O'Neill MLA <michelle_oneill@hotmail.com>, michelle.oneill@mla.niassembly.gov.uk, "Discretionary Support Inspector D Todd at Office of Discretionary Support Commissioner, Belfast BT7 2JA" <admin.odsc@nissa.gsi.gov.uk>, "Discretionary Support Commissioner, 20 Castle St, Antrim" <antrim.delmail@nissa.gsi.gov.uk>, NORTHERN IRELAND PENSION SERVICE <PENSIONSERVICE@nissa.gsi.gov.uk>, "Welfare Adviser Damien O'Boyle at Ballynafeigh (Belfast) Community Development Association, Northern Ireland" <reception@bcda.net>, "E&L Kennedy Law Firm, Belfast" <enquiries@eandlkennedy.co.uk>, "Ms Louise Arthurs at The Northern Ireland Law Centre, Belfast" <Louise.Arthurs@lawcentreni.org>, "Ms Carolyn Rhodes at Oracle Solicitors, Belfast" <info@oraclesolicitors.co.uk>, "John Mackell, Director of Client (Solicitor) Complaints at The Law Society of Northern Ireland" <John.mackell@lawsoc-ni.org>, "Mary Bradley, Northern Ireland Law Society Executive Officer, Client Complaints Department" <Mary.Bradley@lawsoc-ni.org>, "Dr. Frank Geddis, Head of Research and Policy, Northern Ireland Law Society" <Frank.Geddis@lawsoc-ni.org>

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Dear Nurse Reilly and Dr Edgar (Consultant Psychiatrist),


Thank you for the two recent letters I have received from you, both dated November 10th 2017.

I feel I cannot sensibly attend tomorrow's assessment appointment for the following reasons:

1) To date, I have not received any reply of any kind from you to my email of October 30th 2017, which contained the following statement:

"Provided you are in a position to let me have a written acknowledgement of receipt for this email, I wish to confirm that I would now like to proceed with the referral made on my behalf ten weeks or so ago by my present GP, Dr D B Cheney."

I also sent a letter to you through the Royal Mail Registered Letter Service, also on October 30th 2017, which contained a scanned "marked up" copy of the email in question, together with scanned copies of the associated Royal Mail receipt, and the Royal Mail "Proof of Delivery" note. In case that for some reason you have not received this registered letter, please know that there is a copy of it at the following www location:"

2) Despite my best efforts, I have still not managed to find any legal representation of the kind which recognises, and supports, the CHARTER OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS OF EUROPEAN UNION. A copy of my most recent email to the Belfast Branch of The Law Centre of Northern Ireland, in connection with this problem, and for which I have not received any reply so far, can be viewed at:

Provided you can let me have a written acknowledgement of receipt for this email, it would be much appreciated if you could please arrange a new appointment for me.

Finally, I would like to take this opportunity to provide you with the text of a very recent FACEBOOK Publication which, as I see things, relates directly to the ongoing "medical and legal difficulties" I am experiencing, which began around 1998. Please find the FACEBOOK text in question in the sections below.

Yours sincerely,

William Finnerty.
Web Site: http://www.humanrightsireland.com

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"Paradise Papers' documents show Apple's two Irish (Republic of Ireland) subsidiaries, Apple Operations International (AOI), believed to hold most of Apple's massive $252 billion (€217 billion) overseas cashpile, and Apple Sales International (ASI), were managed from Appleby's office in Jersey from the start of 2015 until early 2016, according to the BBC."

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Paradise Papers reveal how Apple moved untaxed cash reserve from (Republic of) Ireland to Jersey

Updated / Monday, 6 Nov 2017 22:48

The BBC reports that the US firm moved the firm holding most of its huge untaxed offshore cash reserve from (the Republic of) Ireland to the Channel Island of Jersey.

The Paradise Papers reveal how Apple has managed to sidestep a 2013 crackdown on its controversial tax practices in (the Republic of) Ireland, with a new tax structure that continues to enable the company to avoid paying billions in taxes.

The BBC reports the US firm moved most of its huge untaxed offshore cash reserve from (Republic of) Ireland to the Channel Island of Jersey.

The leaked papers show that in March 2014 Apple's legal advisers sent a questionnaire to Appleby, an offshore finance law firm, asking questions such as was it possible to "obtain an official assurance of tax exemption" and could it be confirmed that an Irish company might "conduct management activities… without being subject to taxation in your jurisdiction".

Apple chose Jersey, a UK Crown dependency that makes its own tax laws and which has a 0% corporate tax rate for foreign companies.

Paradise Papers' documents show Apple's two Irish subsidiaries, Apple Operations International (AOI), believed to hold most of Apple's massive $252 billion (€217 billion) overseas cashpile, and Apple Sales International (ASI), were managed from Appleby's office in Jersey from the start of 2015 until early 2016, according to the BBC.

This would have enabled Apple to continue avoiding billions in tax around the world, however, Apple said the new structures have not lowered the amount of tax the company pays.

David Murphy: EU needs to clean up its act

What are the Paradise Papers?

Up to 2014, Apple had been exploiting a loophole in tax laws both in the US and here known as the "double Irish", which allowed the company to funnel all its sales outside of the Americas through Irish subsidiaries that were effectively stateless for taxation purposes, and so incurred hardly any tax.

The EU Commission calculated that the move allowed Apple to to pay an effective tax rate of 1% on EU profits in 2003, down to 0.005% in 2014.

In a statement, Apple has said the changes which it made to its corporate structure in 2015 were "specially designed to preserve its tax payments to the United States, not to reduce its taxes anywhere else."

They add that no operations or investments were moved from (the Republic of) Ireland.

The statement says that when (the Republic of) Ireland "changed its tax laws in 2015, we complied by changing the residency of our Irish subsidiaries and we informed (the Republic of) Ireland, the European Commission and the US."

Apple add that they have paid €1.5bn in tax in (the Republic of) Ireland over the past three years.

The leaked papers from Appleby reveal investments by wealthy individuals and institutions around the globe.

EU to compile blacklist of tax havens

European Union finance ministers will tomorrow discuss setting up a blacklist of worldwide tax havens, EU officials said.

EU countries had planned for months to reach an agreement on a blacklist for tax havens by the end of this year.

The new revelations prompted the discussion to be brought forward, EU officials said, but no final decision was expected tomorrow.

The EU has discussed several measures to crack down on tax avoidance in the past, including in the wake of the "Panama Papers", a release by the ICIJ last year which chronicled a shadowy world of offshore holdings and hidden wealth.

Measures previously discussed include an EU-wide list of tax havens meant to discourage the rerouting of profits made in the EU to tax-free or low-tax countries, like Panama or Bermuda.

At the moment, each EU country has its own list of jurisdictions that are seen as less cooperative on tax matters.

Criteria to define a tax haven vary greatly among EU states and some of them include no jurisdictions in their national blacklists.

An EU blacklist is believed to carry more weight. Jurisdictions included in the list could be subject to sanctions if they did not cooperate.

There are no details yet of the type of sanctions to be discussed, although being on the blacklist in itself could discourage individuals and companies from putting money in those jurisdictions.

Some EU countries remain sceptical about the blacklist and are themselves under scrutiny for unfair tax competition. To win over their resistance, the proposed EU blacklist would apply only to non-EU countries.

(Republic of Ireland) Minister for Finance Paschal Donohue has said Ireland will continue to play its role in dealing with the issue of aggressive avoidance of tax.

Also, states which charge no corporate taxes will not be automatically considered tax havens, under a preliminary deal reached by EU finance ministers last year.

On tax matters the EU can take decisions only with the unanimous backing of its 28 member states, unless extraordinary procedures are launched - an option never tested so far.

To reduce the appeal of tax havens, Brussels has also proposed the setting up of public registries that would show the real owners of companies, which are often hidden by frontmen in shell firms in offshore jurisdictions.

It has also proposed compulsory reporting by large multinational firms of profits made and taxes paid in each state where they operate, in a bid to show how much of their revenues are booked in low-tax countries.

EU states have been long discussing both proposals, but no deal has been reached yet.

"EU governments such as Germany have been standing against the rising tide of financial transparency," said Carl Dolan, director of Transparency International EU.

Meanwhile, it has emerged that U2 frontman Bono (Republic of Ireland) is among a line-up of high-profile celebrities to be named in the Paradise Papers.

It is alleged he used a company based in Malta, a low-tax jurisdiction, to pay for a share in a shopping centre based in Lithuania.

Three actors with the (Republic of Ireland's) Mrs Brown's Boys comedy show were paid through an offshore structure that sheltered them from paying income tax on hundreds of thousands of euro each, the Paradise Papers also show.

The actors are Fiona Delany who plays Maria Brown in the show. She is the daughter of the show's creator, Brendan O'Carroll. Her husband Martin, who plays Fr Trevor Brown, was also involved. Paddy Houlihan, who plays Dermot Brown in the comedy show, was also paid through the scheme.

The information is contained in a vast leak of financial papers obtained by the German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung.

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The leaked papers reportedly reveal that Bono, under his real name Paul Hewson, was an investor in the Maltese company Nude Estates, which bought the shopping centre.

A spokesperson for the singer said that Bono was a "passive, minority investor in Nude Estates Malta Ltd, a company that was legally registered in Malta until it was voluntarily wound up in 2015".

The tax arrangements of Bono and U2 have come under fire in the past.

In 2009, protesters outside the Department of Finance accused him of robbing the world's poorest people by storing some of his wealth in a tax haven in the Netherlands.

At the time, the band's manager, Paul McGuiness, said U2 paid taxes all over the world and operated "in a tax-efficient manner".

In 2011, a protest was held against the band's tax status during their set at Glastonbury, with activists inflating a three-metre balloon emblazoned with the message "U Pay Your Tax 2".

The Irish Times also reported that the leaked documents detail how Bank of Ireland (Republic of Ireland) and AIB (Republic of Ireland) helped wealthy individuals here avoid tax and disclosure by moving money offshore into tax havens.

The huge leak of financial documents in the Paradise Papers gives an insight into how some of the world's most powerful people and big-name companies invest offshore.

The investigation involves 13.4 million documents, 94 media partners and more than 120 politicians and world leaders, according to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).

The papers contain details relating to the estate of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth and how the funds are invested.

The Guardian said millions of pounds from Queen Elizabeth's estate, the Duchy of Lancaster, had been invested in a Cayman Islands fund as part of an offshore portfolio never before disclosed.

The newspaper said the Duchy had used offshore private equity funds designed to shield investors in the UK from having to pay US tax on their holdings.

A spokesman for Buckingham Palace declined to comment, while a spokeswoman for the Duchy of Lancaster said: "We operate a number of investments and a few of these are with overseas funds. All of our investments are fully audited and legitimate."

They also said the Queen voluntarily pays tax on any income received from the Duchy.

Elsewhere, the offshore dealings of some of the cabinet members of US President Donald Trump are among those exposed.

US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross allegedly kept investments in a shipping firm with significant business ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin's inner circle.

Partnerships used by Mr Ross, a billionaire investor helping to shape President Trump's trade policy, have a 31% stake in Navigator Holdings, which the New York Times said earns millions of dollars a year transporting gas for Russian petrochemical firm Sibur.

Gennady Timchenko, a Russian oligarch and Putin associate subject to US sanctions, and Mr Putin's son-in-law, Kirill Shamalov, are Sibur stakeholders, said the Times, which based its report on files from Appleby, a prominent offshore law firm.

A Department of Commerce spokesman said Mr Ross "was not involved in Navigator's decision to engage in business with Sibur".

He added that Sibur had not been under sanctions when Navigator began its relationship with the publicly-traded firm and still was not.

According to the Times, Sibur said in a statement that any negotiations with Navigator over the years were carried out by its executives, not its major shareholders, and that "no meetings were held with Mr Ross."

Big name global firms such as Apple and Nike are among more than 100 multinational companies whose tax affairs are thrown into the spotlight.

A Nike spokesman said: "Nike complies with tax regulations and we rigorously ensure our tax filings are aligned with how we run our business, the investments we make and the jobs we create.

"Through employment, economic activity, and taxes paid, Nike is a significant contributor in many economies around the world."

The tax haven ventures of multinational companies in Africa and Asia that use shell companies in Mauritius and Singapore to cut taxes also feature, according to the ICIJ.

It gives details of how Isle of Man tax-avoidance structures are used by wealthy jet and yacht owners.

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"Pistols for two Rostov, and coffee for one."


Which of the two  "political systems"  will  "the people"  of the world end up with?






















The Future of Politics and Law in the Internet Age

 (or totalitarian rule) is a political system where the state recognizes no limits to its authority and strives to regulate every aspect of public and private life wherever feasible."

From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Totalitarianism
 "Constitutionalism   is descriptive of a complicated concept, deeply imbedded in historical experience, which subjects the officials who exercise governmental powers to the limitations of a higher law. Constitutionalism proclaims the desirability of the rule of law (based on constitutional law, and laws connected with the Charter of the United Nations, and the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights for example)  as opposed to rule by the arbitrary judgment or mere fiat of public officials…. Throughout the literature dealing with modern public law and the foundations of statecraft the central element of the concept of constitutionalism is that in political society government officials are not free to do anything they please in any manner they choose; they are bound to observe both the limitations on power and the procedures which are set out in the supreme, constitutional law of the community. It may therefore be said that the touchstone of constitutionalism is the concept of limited government under a higher law." 

From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constitutionalism
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by W. Finnerty Thu May 16, 2013 12:30
Please note that, for technical reasons beyond my control, the dozen or so "Internet Hyperlinks" provided in the "Related Open News Topics" section below will appear as "dead text" in this "Indymedia (Ireland)" comment. However, the original "live working" versions of these hyperlinks can be found (and used) in the edition of the message-text at the www address provided above; and, they were included in this morning's e-mail to the United Nations because, between them, they seem (to me) to provide a pretty good indication/"feel" of just how MASSIVE, VARIED, WIDESPREAD, and DEEPLY ENTRENCHED, the global "government corruption, crime, cover-ups, bullying, and impunity" problem really is at the present time: and, most important of all perhaps, I think they also, as a set, supply a tangible "handle" (of sorts) on the very slimy, very extensive, and often very blurred "DENIAL (genuine and/or pretend) MINDSET PROBLEM", which continues to so powerfully, and frequently INVISIBLY, and often from "way behind the scenes", to "fuel and drive" the whole accelerating global phenomenon of "government corruption, crime, cover-ups, bullying, and impunity". Has anything really changed fundamentally among the arrogant/ignorant/stupid "ruling elites" (i.e. the "human tin-gods" who are trying to "play GOD" and making complete fools of themselves in the process), I often find myself asking myself, since the days (in the 1400s AD) of the "Borgias Pope Family" in Holy Rome: "The Original Crime Family of The Vatican", as they have been labelled by some?'

'A bit like other aspects of the universe itself perhaps, it may be that this particularly nasty MINDSET "type social problem" (as I see it), in very large part a human-brain "software problem" I suspect, which I have long viewed as a major threat for "humanity as a whole", and maybe even for the whole of "Life on Earth" possibly -- when and if the constantly-lurking risk, above and below the surface of the Earth (particularly in the oceans of our World), of "the makings" of a  "Hell on Earth" Thermonuclear World War Three   is taken into account -- is a problem that is half-invisibly expanding outwards (and inwards as well at the same time in its particular case!!) at something approaching the speed of light? Or at least the speed of sound perhaps, and with much of the credit for the "expansion in all directions" due to the bankster owned/controlled MSM (Main Stream Media).'
The two excerpts just above formed part of an Indymedia (Ireland) comment made on Thursday May 16th, 2013 at 12:30.
The full Thursday May 16th 2013 12:30 Indymedia (Ireland) comment which the excerpts were taken from can be viewed at:


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Article 6.1 of Bunreacht na hEireann (the Constitution of the Republic of Ireland):

"All powers of government, legislative, executive and judicial, derive, under God, from the people, whose right it is to designate the rulers of the State and, in final appeal, to decide all questions of national policy, according to the requirements of the common good."








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"Fondly do we hope, fervently do we pray ...

... that government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth."


The two pieces of text just above are from two different speeches made by former
President of the Republic of the United States of America Abraham Lincoln.


Abraham Lincoln (16th US President): Born on February 12th 1809; Died April 15th 1865.
(Assassinated by a single bullet fired into the back of his head at Ford's Theatre in Washington DC on the evening of April 14th 1865)


"I have been driven many times upon my knees by the overwhelming conviction that I had nowhere else to go."


"My own wisdom, and that of all about me, seemed insufficient for the day."


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