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================================Take the law off them - but how?
by W. Finnerty.
Tuesday, Jan 10 2006, 3:25pm
Somehow or another, ownership of
the law needs to be taken off Minister for Justice McDowell and his corrupt
cronies, and placed were it rightly belongs in a genuine democracy: which is in
the hands of the People - who, in a real democracy, are the rightful holders of
"supreme power", including that of the law.
The question is: "how can
the law be taken off them?"
The "corruption monster" seems to have a very
tight grip of all the lawyers (judges included) at the present time. Similarly
with the so called "opposition parties".
Perhaps if more people got to
know more about their personal legal rights, that might help? - especially if,
as above (i.e. in Mary Kelly's case), they started to publicly demand them (as
individuals) directly from people such as Minister McDowell? - and to let him
and his colleagues know, in no uncertain terms, that they are not fooling
A genuine democracy, and a heavily corrupted plutocracy
pretending to be a democracy, are two very different things; and, there is no
amount of sly and deceitful hoodwinking, window-dressing and spin from people
such as Minister McDowell which can alter that basic fact.
In the hope
that genuine and lasting peace, justice, and reconciliation, can eventually be
found for everyone through the vast array of Human Rights Law already in place,
but which almost nobody seems to know anything about at the present time
(including Minister McDowell and all his legal and political colleagues in Dail
Eireann, the United States and elsewhere), some sources of information which
relate to the very basic, and very important personal legal rights of each and
every individual human being on earth are provided below:
CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE
and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading
Treatment or Punishment (United Nations):http://www.google.com/search?q=CONVENTION+AGAINST+TORTURE&btnG=Google+Search
CRIMINAL JUSTICE (UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION AGAINST TORTURE) ACT, 2000
(Republic Of Ireland): http://www.irishstatutebook.ie/ZZA11Y2000.html
European Convention on Human Rights (Council of Europe):http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=European+Convention+on+Human+Rights&btnG=Search
Universal Declaration of Human Rights (United Nations):http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&q=Universal+Declaration+of+Human+Rights&btnG=Search