Subject: Legal ain't Lawful
From: Veronica
Date: 23/11/13 10:12 am
To: undisclosed-recipients:;

(From Michael Doherty):

There is a difference between legal and law found in the European Communities Act 1972

 "to be given legal effect or used in the United Kingdom shall be recognised and available in law"

So the legals become available in law......

http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1972/68/section/2
(See first paragraph)

However, what is interesting, is the wording.

"... shall be recognised and available in ...." is NOT the same thing as "... shall become ..." or "... shall be ..." ... is it?

To "... recognise ...." is to be cognisant of something ... to see its existence.

OK ... so it exists. So what?

I recognise the existence of the Taj Mahal ... but I don't revere it ... I don't worship it ... I don't worship in it ... I don't have to.

I recognise the existence of Bury St Edmonds ...but I've never been there. I don't have to go there.

"... available in ...." means it is a resource.

Does every "available resource" HAVE to be used? Cow-shit, Bull-shit, Chicken-shit, Human-shit, Horse-shit are all "available resources" ... and sometimes we do use them (horse manure) ... but we don't HAVE to ... do we ... it's not MANDATORY?

So  ... that's curious, isn't it? Very clever words ... which sound good ... but actually DON'T MEAN ANYTHING.

Vxxx