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From: William Finnerty <>
Date: Mon Apr 24, 2006  1:44 pm
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Protesting against the authoritarian excesses of governments

The article below has been copied from the following Indymedia (Ireland)
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Protesting against the authoritarian excesses of governments
| international | elections | news report  Monday April 24, 2006 12:12
by W. Finnerty.

"Voting doesn't empower *us*, it gives *them* a blank cheque."

"It is immaterial who you vote for; they are all corrupt to the core. So why put
dictators and criminals into power, who will only look after their cronies /

The two quotes above are from Suzon Forscey-Moore's Internet messages - as are
the following three:

"But remember, Britain is much worse than America. I should know, having been
framed-up by the Inland Revenue and robbed of my home and possessions by corrupt
High Court ‘Judges’. Tony Blair (and ‘Lord’ Falconer) is fully aware of the
crimes committed against me, but he is more interested in selling peerages to
his cronies."

"You cannot find a Solicitor (Lawyer) in the UK that will take a case against a
government body. I have tried over a thousand firms of Solicitors in the UK to
take on my ready-made case."

"Not voting or, better yet, spoiling your ballot paper by writing 'none of the
above' is the most powerful message you can send."

Though Ms Forscey-Moore appears to be based in the UK, and her main grievance
seems to be with the "Blair Government", the contents of the web site she is at
present using (address provided further down) suggests that her very interesting
and entirely peaceful form of protest could - with the right amount of support
from individual voters - be used very effectively in a great many countries
other than the UK (including the Republic of Ireland).

Many more quotations of the kind provided above, growing in number and from a
widening selection of people, can now be found at:

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