01 Apr: LJ A’s to CRLRC-KS Q’s: Re: LJ v CRLRC: H 45/19: Q re Sheriff Service Preference

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From: Lara Johnson <eop-leg-sub@tygae.org.za>
Date: Mon, 01 Apr 2019 22:02:59 +0200
Subject: LJ A’s to CRLRC-KS Q’s: Re: LJ v CRLRC: H 45/19: Q re Sheriff Service Preference
To: Kgositoi Sedupane <asedupane@crlcommission.org.za>
Cc: Edward Mafadza <Eddie@crlcommission.org.za>, Maureen Chauke <maureen@crlcommission.org.za>, Obed M Semono <Obed@crlcommission.org.za>, Kgaogelo Makgoba <Kgaogelo@crlcommission.org.za>
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CRL Rights Commission: Kgositoi Sedupane:
Kgositoi Sedupane (asedupane@crlcommission.org.za); Edward Mafadza (Eddie@crlcommission.org.za); Maureen Chauke (maureen@crlcommission.org.za); Obed M Semono (Obed@crlcommission.org.za); Kgaogelo Makgoba (Kgaogelo@crlcommission.org.za)

Kgositoi Sedupane

LJ A’s to CRLRC-KS Q’s: Re: LJ v CRLRC: H 45/19: Q re Sheriff Service Preference

I received the email sent 01 April 2019 14:00 hrs [01 Apr: CRLRC-KS: Re: LJ v CRLRC: H 45/19: Q re Sheriff Service Preference]; in response to my George High Court application: H 45/19: LJ v CRL Rights Commission filing and emails [18 Feb: Notice of H 45/19: LJ v CRL Rights Commission, filed at George High Court; 18 Feb: GMC- H 45/19: LJ v CRL/LPC: Filing: Proof of Email Service; 07 Mar: LJ v CRLRC/LPC: H 45/19: re Sheriff Service to Pro Se v Rep Respondents; 09 Mar: EoP Req to WCPL / SA Parl via WC MPP Dugmore / MP Mkongi; 18 Mar: EoP Upd: Re: LJ v CRLRC/LPC: H 45/19: re Sheriff Service to Pro Se v Rep Respondents; 19 Mar: EoP Re: C Lucas: Re: LJ v CRLRC/LPC: H 45/19: re Sheriff Service; 24 Mar: EoP Req to WCPL / SA Parl via WC MPP Dugmore / MP Mkongi; 29 Mar: LJ v CRLRC/LPC: H 45/19: Q re Sheriff Service Preference].

Answers to CRL Rights Commission / Kgositoi Sedupane Questions:

Re Affidavit Paragraph 5: Approximate 2011 email to CRL Rights Commission requesting the Commission to clarify what information they would require to confirm my Ecology of Peace cultural membership and subsequent misunderstanding apology email.

I don’t recall the exact details of the original email to CRL Rights Commission: I imagine it was a short statement about my cultural membership, followed by a request to enquire what information CRL Rights Comission would require in order to confirm my Ecology of Peace cultural membership.

I receive probably twice as many ‘wrong number’ calls; as I receive calls to speak to me. The CRL Rights Commission gentleman who called did not identify himself or ask to speak to me, his first words, as in almost every wrong number call; and common in various African cultures were ‘how are you’. I thought it was another wrong number call; and a misunderstanding occurred, before I found out that he was calling from the CRL Rights Commission. I wrote an email to apologize and attempt to clarify the misunderstanding.  I might have sent a follow up email to that, but I don’t recall.

That is a summary of my recollection of the emails and telephone call.

I don’t currently have direct access to the approximate 2011 original email sent to CRL Rights Commission or the subsequent apology email. I do have indirect access. The emails are on an old crashed hard drive, that can be sent away to be retrieved. On 10 May 2016, my computer harddrive where my emails were stored, either crashed on its own, or was hacked to crash. I replaced the crashed harddrive. The emails on the old harddrive can be retrieved, but I would need to send the harddrive away to computer specialists to retrieve the data on the hard drive. The crash of the computer and hard drive occurred on the same day as the mediation with Magistrate Torlage, which resulted in my hand written letter to the court, to request a written transcript of our mediation meeting, which makes reference to the hacked computer [Filing Sheet PDF; Letter to Clerk of Court PDF].

Re: Affidavit paragraph 6: 07 March 2018 draft submission to CRL Rights Commission: EoP TRC to End Abel and Kane Cold War ideas of regulating churches, which if acted upon by the Commission would ultimately help to implement EoP Scientific and Cultural law as international law; thereby regulating all churches in all nations.

The 07 March 2018 EoP TRC correspondence [07 Mar: CRL Rights: Re: EoP TRC to End Abel & Kane Cold War ideas for regulating churches] and draft submission [07 Mar: CRL Rights Comm: Draft: Referral to Mediation: Status of EoP TRC to End the Kane & Abel Cold War Negotiations] to implement EoP SciCult law as international law was sent by landmail.

If CRL Rights Commission is open to cooperating to implement EoP Scientific and Cultural law as international law; I can amend the 07 March 2018 draft and replace it with an EoP UN Resolution [eop-un-res.tygae.org.za] draft, requesting – via court filed negotiation / mediation application – to CRL Rights Comm, Legal Practice Council, SA political parties, legal, religious organizations consent and/or objections; prior to DIRCO Min Sisulu authorizing it to be filed for voting with the UN General Assembly. It is – in my opinion – more simple and direct, which is helpful, considering 2020 near term extinction time frame constraints.

The ecological evidence now indicates that human extinction may occur sometime during the period between 2025 and 2050. Or, if extinction does not occur, some scattered remnant human populations will eke out a miserable existence on a devastated Earth. Moreover, we have a very narrow timeframe (until about 2020) to achieve dramatic changes in the way that we live if we are to avoid the tipping points that will make this catastrophe inevitable. – Dave Keenan: The Flame Tree Project to Save Life on Earth.

Ecology of Peace Hypothesis: If we implement EoP SciCult intnl-law; we might have 2 years [2020] to do so:
EoP hypothesis: we maybe have 2 years – till 2020 – to change the world, if by change the world we mean implement Ecology of Peace Scientific and Cultural law [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za] as international law; to enable orderly and humane deindustrialization and depopulation, denuclearization and land reform.
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Prior to this correspondence from CRL Rights Commission, I am unaware of any response from the CRL Rights Comission, to the 07 March 2018 EoP TRC draft submission. If there was a prior response, my apologies, but I am unaware of it.

I hope that clearly answers your questions. If not, please clarify what is unclear, and I will further clarify.

A copy of this correspondence shall be documented at EoP Legal Submissions [eop-leg-sub.tygae.org.za]: LJ v CRL Rights Comm [lj-v-crlrc.tygae.org.za].

Respectfully,

Lara Johnson [EoP Oath PDF]
Pro Se Applicant

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