06 Jun

Statutory ‘Court’ Corporations –

Independence in a “Stated Republic”

Same rules in any country that operates a Statutory Court Corporation ;

Countries with Statutory ‘Court’ Corporations –
1 Australia
2 Germany
3 Hong Kong
4 India
5 Ireland
6 Netherlands
7 United Kingdom
8 United States

5] Therefore, all laws created by these government corporations are private
corporate regulations called public law, statutes, codes and ordinances to
conceal their true nature. Do the Judge and your lawyer know about this? You
bet they do!
6] Since these government bodies are not SOVEREIGN, they cannot promulgate
or enforce CRIMINAL LAWS; they can only create and enforce CIVIL LAWS,
which are duty bound to comply with the LAW of CONTRACTS. The Law of
Contracts requires signed written agreements and complete transparency! Did
you ever agree to be tried under any of their corporate statutes?
For that matter, did you ever agree to contract with them by agreeing to be sued
for violating their corporate regulations?

30 May


Mr. de Valera…handed Mr. Lloyd George a document in Irish, and then a translation in English. The Irish document was headed ‘Saorstat Eireann’ and Mr. Lloyd George began by asking modestly for a literal translation, saying that ‘Saorstat’ did not strike his ear as Irish. Mr. De Valera replied ‘Free State’. ‘Yes, retorted Mr. Lloyd George, ‘but what is the Irish word for Republic’. While Mr. De Valera and his colleague were pondering in English on what reply they should make Mr. Lloyd George conversed aloud in Welsh with one of his Secretaries (T.J.) to the discomfiture of the two Irishmen and as Mr. De Valera could get no further than Saorstat and Free State Mr. Lloyd George remarked ‘Must we not admit that the Celts were never Republicans and have no native word for such an idea’
Names of the Irish state irish passport

The front cover of an Irish passport showing the name of the state in its two official languages.
There have been various names for the state that is today officially known as Ireland. The state makes up almost five-sixths of the island of Ireland. Northern Ireland, a part of the United Kingdom, covers the rest of the island. When the state was created in 1922 it was named the Irish Free State. In 1937 it adopted a new constitution which claimed all of Ireland as its territory, becoming Ireland in English and Éire in Irish,[1] although the latter was often used in English too. In 1949 it declared itself a republic and adopted the term Republic of Ireland as its official description while keeping the name Ireland.[2]

The terms Republic of Ireland (ROI), the Republic or the South are often used when there is a need to distinguish the state from the island or when Northern Ireland (NI or the North) is being discussed. Some Irish republicans avoid calling the state Ireland because they view it as partitionist.

Article 4 of the Constitution of Ireland, adopted in 1937, provides that “[t]he name of the State is Éire, or, in the English language, Ireland”.[3] Hence, the Irish state has two official names, Éire (in Irish) and Ireland (in English). For official purposes, including in international treaties and other legal documents, and where the language of the documents is English, the Irish government uses the name Ireland. The same is true in respect of the name Éire for documents written in Irish. Similarly, the name of the state is reflected in its institutions and public offices. For example, there is a President of Ireland and a Constitution of Ireland. The name Ireland is also used in the state’s diplomatic relations with foreign nations and at meetings of the United Nations,[4] European Union,[5] Council of Europe,[6] International Monetary Fund,[7] and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.[8]

Legal description

An envelope from the Office of the Revenue Commissioners, stating “No Postage Stamp necessary if posted in Republic of Ireland”.
Since 1949 the Republic of Ireland Act has provided that the Republic of Ireland (or Poblacht na hÉireann in Irish) is the legal description for the state.[9] However, Ireland remains the constitutional name of the state.

The constitutional name Ireland is normally used. However, the legal description Republic of Ireland is sometimes used when disambiguation is desired between the state and the island of Ireland. In colloquial use this is often shortened to ‘the Republic’.

This distinction between description and name was and remains important because the Act was not a constitutional amendment and did not change the name of the state. If it had purported to do so, it would have been unconstitutional. The distinction between a description and a name has sometimes caused confusion. The Taoiseach, John A. Costello introduced the legislation with an explanation of the difference in the following way:[10]

If I say that my name is Costello and that my description is that of senior counsel, I think that will be clear to anybody who wants to know…[Similarly, the state’s] name in Irish is Éire and in the English language, Ireland. Its description in the English language is “the Republic of Ireland.”

Many countries include reference to “republic” in their names including the “French Republic” and the “Italian Republic”. In contrast, other republics, like Ireland and Hungary do not do so.

European Union

The state joined the European Economic Community (now the European Union) in 1973. Its accession treaty was drawn up in all of the EU’s then-official treaty languages (including English and Irish) and, as such, the Irish state joined under both of its names, Éire and Ireland. On 1 January 2007, Irish became an official working language of the EU.[11] This did not change the name of the Irish state in EU law. However, it has meant for example that at official meetings of the EU Council of Ministers, nameplates for the Irish state now read as Éire – Ireland, whereas previously they would simply have read as Ireland.

The Inter Institutional Style Guide of The Office for Official Publications of the European Communities sets out how the names of the Member states of the European Union must always be written and abbreviated in EU publications. Concerning Ireland, it states that its official names are Éire and Ireland; its official name in English is Ireland; its country code is IE; and its former abbreviation was IRL. It also adds the following guidance: “NB: Do not use ‘Republic of Ireland’ nor ‘Irish Republic’.

04 May


A WORK IN PROGRESS-The Document http://www.mandate.ie/…/111930_12796_R2W-Unions_Policies_A5…
*warning ; ) trust and patience may be required
It is not only important to dream but also to believe, and my belief is that we the people willing and collectively can make the required changes to bring compassion and empathy back to our community and to our elderly neighbours and friends.
We need a brand new system nor is it beyond reality with the the many ideals that are discussed on a daily basis with regard to solutions that it can and will happen.
Some may come and go from the movement that is the nature of opinion and some that require power and control rather than the greater good.
I liked what I heard on Friday and with experience will remain balanced but will offer my own view and some ideas that are already on paper.Some of the community groups in Kerry in the last two days have already expressed an interest in discussing what is contained in the document and offering their views and we will be encouraging others to do the same from all walks of life.
Hopefully the likes of Transition Kerry will come on board and offer their expertise on energy matters.
The Document is a beginning on policy principles for a progressive Irish Government.As stated again and again by speakers throughout the day on Friday 1st May the intention is to begin a discussion on what type of society we want to live in.
The movement belongs to the people who are invited to develop the discussion further and input was welcomed as the agenda in the way forward.
Trust is the greatest factor that I observe in the way forward for the current collective and that will have to be rebuilt and can be.There are so many working for the greater good and with the concept of pay it forward that this has to be the future and maybe even sefless with regard to the next generation.
Lost words like hope and virtuous may be difficult at the beginning to establish and the people involved will need to remain moral , educated, and informed.Limiting the power of the government and empowering the people is a dream and achievable as we go full circle back to a simple life.compassion2

28 Mar

Poor leaders sacrifice the people to save the numbers.

Great leaders are willing to sacrifice the numbers to save the people. Poor leaders sacrifice the people to save the numbers.
1 New system required  ending corruption cronyism and the obscene waste of money -including 1 Attorney General
4 in control of the Economic Management Council(Kenny, Burton, Noonan and Howlin), makes all major decisions, constituting a shadow government.
14 ministers for a state that is in some state11005999_1541571489456268_1543252051_n
15 cabinet ministers clueless, corrupt or both
30 plus Dail committees invented to make unimportant people more important and a distraction
60 senators costing €200,000 a day to talk more rubbish and how they can tax and charge us for essentials like water
75€ a day for follow up chemotherapy
90 where I gave up counting taxes and hidden taxes

113 tds that voted to liquidate IBRC that is unconstitutional and dictatorship not democracy-an odious debt that is the regimes and not belong to the people.

211  weeks of Ballyhea Bondholder Bailout walking in search of the truth( Four years plus)
1,200 nurses being highly blackguarded-the other 95% just being blackguarded


1972 4% of our fishing rights left since the year we joined the EU

1992 seems a long time ago when we were singing you’ll never beat the Irish
10,000 stroke victims 3 of which were aged 2, 4 and 8.
11,000 dogs put to sleep for good whichI don’t think is for good at all
30,000 currently diagnosed annually with cancer heading to 40,000 yet no inquiry as to why?

50,000 homes under threat of repossession and eviction
87,000 emigrated last year one every 6 minutes and the most since the last famine.
100,000 horses exported in 2012 -were we at the center of the horse meat scandal ?.


180,000 emigrated in the last two years 2013-2014


350,000 empty houses in Ireland yet a serious homeless housing and eviction problem


400,000  suspected diabetics walking around….why ? via food ?water ? or virus?
450,000 on the live register spiralling out of control and borrowing €127 million plus monthly, to top up
1,000,000 children being robbed of their innocence amid cruelty in many shapes and forms despite referendum in November where the only change was care of “Protection of Children if economically viable”

1,000,000 unable to afford basics last year

1,100,000 home help hours cut in just 2012 that have not been replaced in a system that works and frees up hospital beds that gives people a precious gift of care where they are happier in their own homes. The Government favours privatisation.

1,820,000 left with €100 or less after paying for basics
3,000,000 low water what Enda Kenny has been paid by the Irish taxpayer not including investments via insider information on markets and bonds indirectly
4,485,980 being dictated to by 2,000 so called other Irish people -one Mario Draghi -multible central banks- bondholders -Goldman Sachs ONE Primary Dealer in bonds-Yet NTMA name 14 all controlled by GS  Rockefeller by assoc. Rothschild

4,900,000 property tax put into Irish Water
6,200,000€ we gave Rothschild a bondholder to ask for advice on burning bondholders
9,600,000€ i.m.o pay-off
20,000,000 he was supposed to get a figure that I would agree to if you created 500,000 jobs
50,000,000 reasons NAMA will only work for the system, false accounting, insider trading, false bank assets corruption and greed
120,000,000€ the cost of running the dail/seanad 2011 exp higher in 2012
512,000,000 the ESB profit 2012 of which a hidden tax of €100,000 plus will be grabbed by Rabbitte shortly

1,000,000,000+ the hidden tax levy on ESB profits taken by the Government in the last 10 years.
1,000,000,000€ savings OR LIES as told by FF/FG/LAB governments and Noonan with regard to Bank Recapitalisation

1,300,000,000 spent by Ireland Minister of Defence Alan Shatter on war 2013

1,800,000,000 squandered to privatise our water supply so far and spiralling out of control
8,000,000,000  interest annually on the €215 Billion+  we owe

64,000,000,000 190 people borrowed in the Boom-Bust

67,900,000,000 bank recapitalisation to date with more to come -2013
109,700,000,000 bank bond payments September 2008-June 3Oth 2012
140,500,000,000 bank bond payments Sept 2008-Dec 2015

215,000,000,000 plus we owe without all the interest only Co. Council loans.

stock market



23 Feb

Labour & Anti-Austerity Demonstration Killarney 28th Feb~Press Release

PRESS RELEASE 22/02/2015     by: Brian McCarthy ~ 0877145144

National Anti-Austerity Demonstration

& Labour Party Conference in Killarney on the same day

 (i)                 Why

(ii)               The Event & Speakers on the day PrintPrint

(iii)             Contact

(iv)              Umbrella Protest Groups supporting the Killarney Protest


(i)              Has Austerity affected you, your work, or group? If so we ask you to stand united on the 28th of February.

Communities working together to help not only themselves, but others as well, is a very powerful solution to what is currently a serious crisis here in Ireland. Our intent is to replace despair with hope coupled with National Pride among ordinary Irish people; a sense of recapturing dignity after years of being treated appallingly.

We are holding a peaceful protest in Killarney on the 28th of February (details overleaf) to highlight the issues that successive governments have enforced upon us – by way of cruel austerity measures. Cutback after cutback to health, education, enforced emigration and more injustice than justice being served daily.

Longer working hours for less reward, more taxes and charges while the taxpayers bailed out the corporate owned banks.Gross Government Debt in 2007 was €47bn, with nearly €20bn in our National Pension Reserve Fund; now our GGD is over €200bn, NPRF is down to about €7bn, and billions in lost interest.

The Constitution, human and fundamental rights have been consistently ignored by successive governments and social exclusion furthered by omission. This is a cruel price to pay for an ageing population who have worked towards building our country, only to see their rightful expectations as citizens destroyed by political lies and false promises.

Suicide, depression and emotional pain in our communities need awareness, compassion, resources and solutions to the rising problems, some which are caused by enslavement to debt. Corrupt bankers are walking freely while family homeowners suffering devastating guilt; when just 190 people borrowed €62 Billion in the boom to bust.

Corporate banks controlling our economy are strong forces, working against the formation and health of local social systems and services. Turning our natural resources, like water, into commodity for vested interest is the straw that may break the cycle of deceit we are subjected to here in Ireland.

We do not have to leave ourselves open to the brunt of austerity. We are hoping to empower the community to stand up and tell the policy makers that too much pain has been suffered and enough is enough.

In a world where market ideologies have become dominant and infused in all areas of life, we have increasingly lost a sense of working together to make the changes required for the betterment of all in society.11015230_1540675542879196_432259692_n


Healing our economy places emphasis on Public Control;including poverty reduction and social dignity via a fair system for all. It includes LOBBYING controls and TAX-AVOIDANCE remedies for large corporations and multinational organisations, FINANCIAL TRANSACTION TAX as well as promotion of smaller enterprises AND SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP.

Ireland is being systematically dismantled and destroyed from the top down.

It can never be changed from within.

We must (re)build our society from the ground up.
The thousands of people now actively involved in hundreds of local campaign groups across the country must begin to translate protest into real results starting at a local community level

That means local food, health, education, support and development resources being built up and shared to take us back to a society of true social value along with compassion and away from the centralised all-powerful and subjugating structure of corporate controlled careless governments.

(ii)       The Event & Speakers

Market Cross, Killarney         12 noon                    IntroCatherine Dolan            Jaunting Car


(To venue of Labour Conference)

 Muckross Rd                           Speakers-1.15 pm (ish)                   Intro –Kevin Murphy


Community Group Speakers

Kathy Sinnott ~HOPE1920429_10204627714007089_7345341147648239499_n

Kathy is a disability rights campaigner and a former politician. She represented the South Constituency in Ireland in the European Parliament from 2004 to 2009.Kathy is also secretary of the Hope Project.


Ballyhea Bondholder Bailout 4 years protesting on Sunday 1st March ~ all Invited.

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Poet ~ Ériu~Was it for this ~ Mac Tíre ~Dear Enda~ (see YouTube for more)

Born and raised in the North Leitrim Glens, Stephen is the current All-Ireland Slam Poetry champion since last November. He was described as a highlight of the 2014 Electric Picnic in the Irish Times and since went on to perform to crowds estimated in excess of 100,000 people on the streets of Dublin last October. His work aims to bring poetry back to the people and to remove the elitism often associated with the art.



Doctor of Social Policy Research and Development -The National Land League of Ireland



Community Activist -The Girl Against Fluoride


Brian McCarthy – ROCK BOTTOM THE FOUNDATION OF DREAMS AND BELIEF 10848798_324832647717925_3553023349986601187_o 11005999_1541571489456268_1543252051_n

Community Activist-Killarney/Ireland Says No-Anti-Eviction Taskforce-Distressed Mortgage Holders 11004231_1538518393094911_1756237932_n



Water Charges Activist -Cork City



Community Activist-Tralee Says No-Right2Water Kerry


Nurses-Teachers-Students have also been invited to speak t.b.c


(iii)     Contact & Event Information

The following day many will travel to BALLYHEA SAYS NO 4th ANNIVERSARY: MARCH 1st 2015


Kind Regards, 1374350_655935374440036_113076184_n

Brian McCarthy





Co. Kerry


(iv)            Umbrella Groups supporting the protest from Kerry


Bondholder Bailout; Ireland Says No; Killarney Says No; Tralee Says No

Right2Water Kerry; Killarney-Tralee-Listowel-Castleisland-Killorglin-Kenmare

And Abbeyfeale Against Water Charges

Distressed Mortgage Holders-Anti-Eviction Taskforce

Kerry Save Our Woods Network