THE VALUE OF A WRITTEN LETTER

Now on behalf of the good of all Canadians I have often written to the mostly pretentious, no good, elected officials, and civil and public servants, my valid detailed complaints, with copies to news editors and I have often posted them on my many various internet sites now too.  
 
And next I have often received no acknowledgements on them too even, never mind appropriate responses, further rightfully  DECENT, ACCEPTABLE  acts on them. So what else is new?
Unfortunately too many people seem wrongfully not to believe what is often now said to them unless it is firstly in writing, but even after that they can still reject the posted truth and often next TRY TO DO A FALSE SPIN TOO..  lie about it.. So what else is new?
 
Well thank God it next is still not my job to substantiate any further the truth or to force the persons reading it to accept the truth, and even anymore next make any of them them to to act upon it appropriately next too.. for that job  is someone’s elses.
 
THE FACT I HAVE PRESENTED THE TRUTH TO THEM FIRSTLY LEAVES THEM NEXT WITHOUT ANY FALSE DENIALS THAT THEY PERSONALTY, FIRSTLY  THEY WERE NOT GIVEN A CHANCE TO UNDO THEIR WRONG DOINGS, TO CORRECT THEIR WRONGS, AND GOD CAN NEXT HAVE THEM PAY THE APPROPRIATE NEGATIVE CONSEQUENCES TOO.
THE BIBLE ITSELF  OFTEN RECORDS MANY TIMES WHEN PERSONS HAD FALSELY REJECTED GOD’S TRUTH AND NEXT PAID REAL PERSONAL CONSEQUENCES FOR IT NOW AS WELL..
Jer 28:1 IN THAT same year, in the beginning of the reign of Zedekiah king of Judah, in the fourth year and the fifth month, Hananiah son of Azzur, the [false] prophet, who was from Gibeon [one of the priests’ cities], said [falsely] to me in the house of the Lord in the presence of the priests and all the people:
Jer 28:2
Thus says the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel: I have broken the yoke of the king of Babylon.
Jer 28:3
Within two [full] years will I bring back into this place all the vessels of the Lord’s house that Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon took away from this place and carried to Babylon.
Jer 28:4 And I will also bring back to this place Jeconiah [also called Coniah and Jehoiachin] son of Jehoiakim king of Judah, with all the exiles from Judah who went to Babylon, says the Lord, for I will break the yoke of the king of Babylon.
Jer 28:5 Then the prophet Jeremiah spoke to the prophet Hananiah in the presence of the priests and all the people who stood in the house of the Lord.
Jer 28:6 The prophet Jeremiah said, Amen! May the Lord do so; may the Lord perform your words which you have prophesied to bring back to this place from Babylon the vessels of the Lord’s house and all who were carried away captive.
Jer 28:7 Nevertheless, listen now to {and} hear this word which I speak in your hearing and in the hearing of all the people:
Jer 28:8 The prophets who were before me and before you from of old prophesied against many countries and against great kingdoms, of war, of evil, and of pestilence.
Jer 28:9 But as for the prophet who [on the contrary] prophesies of peace, when that prophet’s word comes to pass, [only] then will it be known that the Lord has truly sent him.
Jer 28:10 Then Hananiah the prophet took the yoke bar off the prophet Jeremiah’s neck and smashed it.
Jer 28:11 And Hananiah said in the presence of all the people, Thus says the Lord: Even so will I break the yoke bars of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon from the neck of all the nations within the space of two [full] years. But the prophet Jeremiah went his way.
Jer 28:12
The word of the Lord came to Jeremiah the prophet [some time] after Hananiah the prophet had broken the yoke bar from the neck of the prophet Jeremiah:
Jer 28:13
Go, tell Hananiah, Thus says the Lord: You have broken yoke bars of wood, but you have made in their stead bars of iron.
Jer 28:14
For thus says the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel: I have put upon the neck of all these nations the iron yoke of servitude of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon, and they shall serve him. For I have given him even the beasts of the field.
Jer 28:15
Then said the prophet Jeremiah to Hananiah the prophet, Listen now, Hananiah, The Lord has not sent you, but you have made this people trust in a lie.
Jer 28:16
Therefore thus says the Lord: Behold, I will cast you from the face of the earth. This year you will die, because you have uttered {and} taught rebellion against the Lord.
Jer 28:17 So Hananiah the prophet died [two months later], the same year, in the seventh month.
 
It next is a terrible thing to fall into the hands of the living God!
  
A good name is worth a lot more than all the silver and gold you hope to aquire next too..
 
NOW I HAVE OFTEN MET, SEEN MANY PEOPLE LIVE TO REGRET THAT THEY HAD NOT ACTED UPON WHAT I HAD WRITTEN TO THEM..  THE PEN IS MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD STILL TOO
 
 
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  1. OTTAWA – Critics of the Harper government’s proposed changes to the Copyright Act have launched a cyber crusade to fight the controversial bill.

    They’re using everything from Facebook to YouTube to Wikipedia to blogs to get their message out. They want the government to either scrap or make serious amendments to Bill C-61 when Parliament resumes next month.

    At the helm of the digital movement is Michael Geist, a professor at the University of Ottawa who specializes in Internet and e-commerce law. In addition to his own blog, Geist runs a Facebook group called Fair Copyright for Canada that boasts 90,000 members.

    The group, which was created in December, has become so large that members have created local chapters by city and riding to better organize their efforts. Many of the local groups have also developed wikis – online encyclopedic web pages – to keep their members informed.

    Geist said more Canadians are getting involved because they recognize how the proposed reforms could affect their daily lives.

    “We’re talking about more than just copyright here. We’re talking about the digital environment,” he said. “This legislation represents a real threat to the vibrancy of that online environment.”

    Industry Minister Jim Prentice introduced the bill in June, calling it a “made-in-Canada” solution to online piracy. But critics responded that the bill was a carbon copy of the American Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

    If passed, Bill C-61 would make it illegal to circumvent “digital locks” on CDs and DVDs and impose a $500 fine on anyone caught downloading illegal copies of music or movies.

    Geist also launched a video contest on YouTube inviting Canadians to give their thoughts on Bill C-61 in 61 seconds. A panel of five judges, including Ontario Privacy Commissioner Anne Cavoukian, will announce the winner on Sept. 15 – the day MPs return to the House of Commons.

    An Industry Canada spokeswoman said Prentice is interested to see the number of Canadians involved in the online discussions, but it’s up to Parliament to study the issue further.

    “The activity online proves that a broad range of stakeholders, with varying interests and vantage points, care deeply about this issue,” said Stefanie Power, in an email response.

    The movement isn’t confined to the digital world. The online protests have spurred offline activism.

    Kempton Lam, a business consultant from Calgary, used his blog and Facebook to organize a rally outside a breakfast hosted by Prentice last month. Lam said the online discussions have fuelled potential activists.

    “There are so many Canadians that have issues will this bill,” he said. “And the online forum has helped us get informed, which leads to offline rallies.

    “After we meet, members write about what we learned, post videos back on to the blogs and Facebook group.”

    Members of the online movement are also trying to make their voices heard through letter-writing campaigns and one-on-one meetings with local MPs.

    Liberal MP Sukh Dhaliwal held a town hall meeting last month to discuss the controversial legislation after his office was flooded with letters from concerned constituents.

    It’s not the first time this digital community has bared its teeth. The Conservative government was slated to introduce the reforms in December but delayed the bill after heavy criticism flooded the blogosphere.

    Geist said he is optimistic that the activism will make a difference.

    “When you get tens of thousands of Canadians speaking out like this, there’s big political risk for any political party who chooses to ignore it,” he warned.

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