The globalisation of hypocrisy

Covid Con Job and an "elite" that doesn't believe its own propaganda

by Kieron McFadden,

Clearly, judging by the disgusting misbehaviour  and double standards of the planet’s political “elite”, this time in Ireland, the “Very  Best people” consider themselves above the laws they inflict on everyone else.

And equally self-evidently so far as the “epidemic” is concerned, even they – along with the majority of the populace – don’t believe their own propaganda.

The article below from The Irish Examiner brings this sharply into focus.

The Free World Order that will soon replace the mis-managed shambles created by the decaying global criminal network known as the Deep State shall require and, indeed, mandate profound changes in the conduct of governance to render obsolete those operating principles observably inimical to the creation for the wellbeing of all of a user-friendly civilisation. These shall include but are not necessarily limited to:

  • making accountable for their actions, without compromise or exemption, all those (ALL those) engaged in the business of governance.
  • enshrining and enforcing without fear or favour the principle that all those engaged in the businesses of governance are subject to the same laws, codes of conduct, mores, customs and expectations of good behaviour as the rest of the citizenry.
  • the formulation of a binding code of conduct  applicable to all those in the business of governance and enforceable by law, that proscribes unequivocally all disrespectful , disruptive, dishonest, duplicitous or deleterious behaviour inhibitive of the well-being of the honest citizen.
  • the establishment and application in practice of the principle that, whilst it is most optimum for the people to help their government and the government to help its people, it is not the role or duty of the people to SERVE their government. It is, however, the role and duty of government to serve its people and that service to the community IS its privilege.
  • The privilege of that group of human beings known broadly as “the government” shall comprise solely the privilege of service to the nation and there shall be no other privilege.
  • The establishment of a watchdog body charged with the duty of policing, on behalf of The People, the organs and entities and persons of governance so as to monitor and enforce where needed the application of these principles.

Here is the article:

Golfgate latest: Resignations, apologies, regrets and a call for golf society to disband

Micheál Martin’s Government has been rocked by the fall-out from an Oireachtas Golf Society event in Galway on Wednesday night, as revealed by the Irish Examiner.

The then Agriculture Minister Dara Calleary was among over 80 people who attended the event, which breached public health guidelines. Current public health guidelines around Covid-19 say that no more than 50 people should gather indoors.

The main events so far:

  • Agriculture Minister Dara Calleary has resigned;
  • Galway West TD Noel Grealish has apologised saying “it was an error of judgement”;
  • Taoiseach Micheál Martin has removed the party whip from three Fianna Fáil Senators – Paul Daly, Aidan Davitt and Niall Blaney
  • Senator Jerry Buttimer has resigned as Leas Cathaoirleach of the Seanad;
  • Leo Varadkar has removed the Fine Gael whip from Senators Jerry Buttimer, Paddy Burke and John Cummins;
  • Gardaí have confirmed they are investigating the event for alleged breaches of Covid-19 regulations;
  • Phil Hogan confirmed he attended and claims he fully complied with guidelines;
  • EU Commission confirms President Ursula von der Leyen has been informed of the event;
  • Former Attorney General Seamus Woulfe confirmed he attended, believing event complied with guidelines;
  • The official invite for the golf event made no mention of the pandemic.
  • Ceann Comhairle: Oireachtas Golf Society should disband ‘as a matter of urgency’
Ceann Comhairle: Oireachtas Golf Society should disband ‘as a matter of urgency’

The Oireachtas Golf Society, which hosted the controversial dinner which led to a Minister resigning and a number of Senators losing their party’s whip, has been asked to disband.

The Ceann Comhairle, Seán Ó Fearghaíl, wrote to the Secretary of the Golf Society today saying the group should be wound up “as a matter of urgency”.

“While recognising that the Golf Society operates independently of the Oireachtas I write to suggest that, in the aftermath of this week’s events in Clifden, the society as it is currently structured and named be wound up as a matter of urgency,” Mr Ó Fearghaíl said.

Former TD, who was supposed to be in quarantine, attended event

Former Cavan and Monaghan TD Paudge Connolly broke quarantine rules by attending the controversial Oireachtas Golf Society dinner just days after being in Spain.

The Independent Councillor played golf in Algorfa on August 11 before returning home.

Councillor Connolly has apologised for attending the dinner.

Invite to Oireachtas event didn’t mention pandemic

The official invite for a golf outing which saw 82 people flout Covid guidelines made no mention of the pandemic.

The Oireachtas Golf Society distributed the invite, seen by the Irish Examiner, in the months previous the event which went ahead over Tuesday and until Wednesday night in Clifden in Galway.

Tuesday was listed as “Captain’s prize day” with the Captain listed as Galway TD Noel Grealish.

Wednesday’s schedule lists “President’s prize day” with President, former Fianna Fáil TD and Senator Donie Cassidy.

The invite lists a number of prices for accommodation in the Station House Hotel and surrounding hotels as well as asking members for €20 for their membership fee.

Despite the invite spanning two A4 pages, there is no mention of Covid-19 guidelines, restrictions or safety measures throughout the text.

Party whips removed

Taoiseach Michael Martin has removed the party whip from three Fianna Fáil Senators – Paul Daly, Aidan Davitt and Niall Blaney who attended the Oireachtas Golf Society event.

Earlier today, the Tánaiste Leo Varadkar removed the Fine Gael whip from Senators Jerry Buttimer, Paddy Burke and John Cummins.

Read more here

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