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From: "William Finnerty" <>
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 2006 11:14:51 +0100 (BST)
Subject: [bullyonline] To sign, or not to sign - moral integrity versus corruption ...

There is reason to believe that President Mary McAleese (Republic of Ireland) might not yet have signed her name to "the most dangerous legislation that has ever come before the House" ...

Hello Everyone,

The proposed new legislation referred to below is considered "most dangerous" because it will, if President Mary McAleese signs her name to it, make it "lawful" for public officials and bodies in the Republic of Ireland to bully people even more than they are already doing at the present time.

This new legislation is thought to be very largely inspired and driven by "G8" type thinking - whereby huge financial profits, and all the political power which goes with such profits, counts for everything, and individual people count for nothing (or so it seems to me at least).

The overall G8 plan appears (to me) to be to make this kind of legislation "normal" for the whole of Europe at least, and the whole world if at all possible. There are no prizes for correctly guessing that, in its lead role at the G8, the present Government of the United States of America appears to be highly supportive of this kind of new law, and very unhappy with any state which opposes it.

If, for example, President Mary McAleese decided to refer this new piece of legislation to the Supreme Court in Dublin, for the purpose of ensuring it is constitutional, there is a real risk - I believe - that the Republic of Ireland will be branded "an enemy of the United States". That, I believe, is how bad things are at the present time (regarding SuperBully operations).

It is for this reason, I will be watching the developing situation regarding this particular issue with considerable interest, and with considerable fear as well.

Best wishes to all,



To sign, or not to sign: that is the question...
by W. Finnerty. Mon Aug 07, 2006 09:02

"The Irish President also has the power to start judicial review proceedings. Under the Constitution, if he or she considers that a new Bill might raise constitutional problems, he or she may refer the Bill to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court will then examine the Bill and hear arguments on both sides to decide whether or not the Bill is constitutional and can be passed as legislation."

The above piece of text has been taken from the following Government web site location:

Also, the Post Office Internet tracking service shows that the registered letter I sent to President McAleese on June 17th last regarding "the most dangerous legislation that has ever come before the House" - i.e. The Planning and Development (Strategic Infrastructure) Bill 2006 - was delivered on June 20th, as anyone who wishes to can confirm for themselves using the information provided at the following location:

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The above text has been copied from the following Indymedia (Ireland) location:


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