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Government bullying, "Real Democracy", and the pressing need for monetary reform ...   Message List  
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"Why is monetary reform so critically important? Because the money power has
more impact on citizens day to day lives than the Executive, Legislative and
Judicial branches. It's really a fourth branch of government - or should be -
and leaving it in private hands is dangerous and unacceptable as it negates the
balancing of powers principle of our constitution and creates an aristocracy - a
plutocracy - the rule by wealth."  Stephen Zarlenga

The e-mail reproduced below to 83 Republic of Ireland TDs (half of the total
166) can also be viewed at:

The version of the e-mail at the above address has rich-text hyperlinks which
are not available in plain-text.

A very similar e-mail has also been sent to the Group which makes up the 2nd
half of the TDs, and it can be viewed at:


--- On Wed, 15/6/11, William Finnerty <newinngalway@...> wrote:

From: William Finnerty <newinngalway@...>

Subject: "Real Democracy"

To: "Members of the 31st Dail (Group 1 of 2)" <gerry.adams@...>,
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richard.boydbarrett@..., pat.breen@...,
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Cc: "The Spirit of Celtic Queen Boadicea (East Anglia)"
"The Spirit of Celtic Chieftain Vercingetorix (Alesia and Turoe)"
"The Spirit of King Ollamh Fodhla (Tara and Ulster)" <ollamhfodhla@...>

Date: Wednesday, 15 June, 2011, 16:30

June 15, 2011

"Real Democracy"

By William Finnerty

"government of the people, by the people, for the people"


Unless the term "Real Democracy" is defined very accurately and very
efficiently, it seems to me that all those opposed to this style of government
will "muddy the waters" at every opportunity they get: for the purpose of
fooling people, and causing avoidable divisions and conflicts of the "divide and
rule" kind.

Very fortunately, as I see things, former US President Abraham Lincoln has
already provided us all with just such an accurate and easy to understand
definition for "Real Democracy", and it is simply this:

"government of the people, by the people, for the people".

As can be seen at the www address provided immediately below, I have tried to
draw attention to this definition of "Real Democracy" in the e-mail I sent to
Republic of Ireland MEP (Member of European Parliament) Paul Murphy -- and to
several of his MEP colleagues -- on Sunday, 5 June, 2011.


This Open News Diary Entry is largely based on a recent "comment" which appeared
at the following Indymedia Ireland www location:

A backup copy of the original comment has been placed at:\


"Over time, whoever controls the money system controls the nation."


A list of closely related Open News Diary Entries by William Finnerty can be
viewed at the following www location:


The above text has been copied from the following Open News location:\


Other Groups

A list of some of the other groups the above information has been sent to can be
viewed at the following location:\


William Finnerty


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Government Bullying,  Real Democracy,
and the pressing need for M
onetary Reform ...


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"The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil,
but because of those who look on and do nothing."

Albert Einstein


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"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."

Dr Martin Luther King Jr
(Letter from Birmingham Jail, April 16th, 1963)



  There is NOTHING to prevent governments producing their own  DEBT-FREE  and  INTEREST-FREE  money.

It has been done very successfully and very easily before, both by former US President Abraham Lincoln, and by former US President John F. Kennedy (for example).
  "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."  


Former United States of America President Abraham Lincoln
(1809 - 1865)

  "Without debate, without criticism, no Administration and no country can succeed - and no republic can survive. That is why the Athenian law-maker Solon decreed it a crime for any citizen to shrink from controversy."  


Former United States of America President John F Kennedy
(1917 - 1963)




  "Il y a assez de tout dans le monde pour satisfaire aux besoins de  l'homme, mais pas assez pour assouvir son avidité."  

"How you zay in English?"

  "There is enough of everything in the world to satisfy all the needs of mankind, but not its greed."  
  Attributed to:  

(French Celtic leader executed in Rome at the hands of Julius Caesar in 46 BC)



Statue of Vercingetorix by Bartholdi, on Place de Jaude, in Clermont-Ferrand


The inscription reads:


"J'ai pris les armes pour la liberté de tous"




 "I took up arms for the liberty of all"





Old Irish Saying:


"Is é Dia an fhírinne agus saorfaidh an fhírinne sibh."


(God is truth and the truth will free you.)


The Spirit of King Ollamh Fodhla


"It is error alone which needs the support of government.
Truth can stand by itself."




"I consider Trial by Jury as the only anchor yet imagined by man, by which
 a government can be held to the principles of its constitution".


Principal Author of the American Declaration of Independence & Former USA President Thomas Jefferson


(1743 - 1826)




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