"If there are any truly independent-minded and
responsible Republic of Ireland lawyers around who have what
it takes to stand up for our Constitution (i.e. Bunreacht
na hEireann, the "Basic Law" of our soverign nation state)
the strongest and most direct means lawfully available to them
to smash through the corrupt "senior public servant" blockade
referred to below, now would be a very good time for them to
Corruption in Governmentby W.
Finnerty. Mon Jun 30, 2008 14:10
I, like a great many others I believe, very much
welcome the renewed efforts now being made regarding the
protection of Tara's heritage sites, and wish all concerned
However, I would suggest that the
heritage protection problems connected with Tara are just a
part, albeit an extremely important part, of a much larger
problem -- so far COMPLETELY unresolved, and COMPLETELY
unaddressed even -- that involves systemic corruption in all
three of the main branches of our present Government (i.e.
Executive, Legislative and Judicial).
The matter of
unconstitutional (i.e. unlawful) legislation lays at the heart
of this ballooning government corruption problem, and unless
the unconstitutional legislation in question is successfully
challenged (and rooted out) through the means outlined at http://www.citizensinformation.ie/categories/government-in-ireland/irish-constitution-1/unconstitutional_legislation_and_decisions
, I fail to see how any individual person, or any group of
people (the World Archaeological Congress Group included), can
do anything worthwhile -- at the present time -- to actually
stop the ongoing destruction of some of our most important
The immediate problem of course (as I
see things), is the fact that our senior "public servants"
continue to successfully block anybody who tries to remedy the
unconstitutional legislation in question using the procedures
outlined at the above government web site address, as they
have been doing for the past several years.
are any truly independent-minded and responsible Republic of
Ireland lawyers around who have what it takes to stand up for
our Constitution (i.e. Bunreacht na hEireann, the "Basic Law"
of our soverign nation state), using the strongest and most
direct means lawfully available to them to smash through the
corrupt "senior public servant" blockade referred to above,
now would be a very good time for them to show
Hoping to get the necessary equivalent type
of legal results via the World Archaeological Congress may, I
fear, turn out to be be yet another "false dawn", which will
end in yet more disappointment for a great many people: IF,
that is, the WAC efforts are not backed up, on a parallel
basis, with "home" action of the kind mentioned in the
paragraph just above.
I believe we (the people of the
Republic of Ireland that is) have to solve our own extremely
serious problems with government corruption, and while
organisations like the World Archaeological Congress may well
be able to help us, they cannot do it for us: anymore than
they can eat our breakfasts for us.Related
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