* CRL Rights Commission, Edward Mafadza, Maureen Chauke, Kgositoi Sedupane, Vinolia Mashwayi, Khulisiwe Sithole.
* 10 Sep: LJ Re: CRL-KS Community Council Settlement Agreement Offer.
* Tygae: EoP Leg Sub: LJ v CRLRC / EoP NWO SCO: EoP NTE GM: EoP NTE GMZA | EoP Axis MilNec Evac: Lotto: EoP v WiP Law, EoP v WiP Academia, EoP v WiP Media, EoP v WiP Charity / EoP v WiP Neg.
From: Lara Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2019 13:59:50 +0200
Subject: LJ Re: CRL-KS: Community Council Settlement Agreement Offer
To: Kgositoi Sedupane <email@example.com>
Cc: Edward Mafadza <Eddie@crlcommission.org.za>, Maureen Chauke <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Vinolia Mashwayi <email@example.com>, Khulisiwe Sithole <firstname.lastname@example.org>
TO: CRL Rights Comm: Legal Consultant: Kgositoi Sedupane
CC: CRL Rights Comm: CEO: Edward Mafadza
LJ Re: CRL-KS: Community Council Settlement Agreement Offer.
I received CRL-KS 10 Sep 2019 email [10 Sep: CRL-KS Re: H 45/19: 09 Sep 19 Court Filing, Motion Crt Set Down Date]; in response to LJ 10 Sep 2019 email [10 Sep: H 45/19: 09 Sep 19 Court Filing, Motion Crt Set Down Date].
Herewith my detailed response:
CRLRC-KS: The Commission would like to resolve this matter.
EoP LJ: I don’t know whom you consider to be ‘the Commission’ final decision maker to be, presumably CEO: Edward Mafadza; or yourself, as his Legal Consultant. Generally when someone says they ‘want / would like’ to do something, they are consciously and/or unconsciously sincere or insincere. If sincere they will negotiate in good faith; if insincere they negotiate in bad faith.
If ‘the Commission’ sincerely in good faith would like to resolve this matter by means of a mutuallya greed informed consent settlement agreement, the Commission should (a) accept Applicants good faith resolutions to the matter which are within the capacity of the Applicant and Commission to accept; and/or (b) recommend good faith resolutions to the matter which are within the capacity of the applicant and the Commission to accept; and (c) avoid recommending bad faith resolutions to the matter which the Commission knows – or are informed by the applicant – are not within the capacity of the applicant to accept.
CRLRC-KS: An email was sent to you by Ms Mashwayi requesting that you complete a community council form.
EoP LJ: I provided detailed 14 & 29 Aug response’s to CRLRC Community Council Registration email offers sent by (a) Kgositoi Sedupane’s on 13 Aug 2019 [13 Aug: CRLRC-KS Re: H45/19: LJ v CRLRC: LJ Reply Affidavit; Pro Se Set Down Date] and (b) Vinolia Mashwayi on 29 Aug 2019 [29 Aug: CRLRC-VM: CRL Rights Commission’s Community Council Registration].
The 14 Aug – EoP Culture of One; CRLRC EoP and WiP or WiP Only Officials / Arbitrators – response [14 Aug: LJ Re: CRLRC-KS Re: CRLRC Recognition of EoP Community Council Offer] clarified how and why CRL’s community council offer was not currently within the capacity of EoP culture to accept.
The 29 Aug – CRL’s Polegal Mandate is not limited to Community Councils – response [29 Aug: LJ Re: CRLRC-VM: Re: CRL Rights Commission’s Community Council Registration] provided CRLRC with numerous good faith offers which were within the capacity of the applicant and potentially within the capacity of CRLRC to accept.
As of date Kgositoi Sedupane and Vinolia Mashwayi have not clarified how CRL community council’s offer is within the capacity of EoP culture to accept. To the contrary Ms. Mashwayi’s – Do not hesitate to contact me should you have challenges with filling in the forms – statement could be interpreted as CRLRC knowing that the community council offer is a bad faith offer, that is not within the capacity of the EoP culture to accept. If so it may be because CRLRC don’t care about making any good faith offers, or accepting any of the EoP culture’s good faith offers, or clarifying how or why the EoP cultures good faith offers are not good faith offers: i.e. how and/or why they are not within the capacity of CRLRC to accept.
If or when EoP culture has more than one signed up unconditional cooperator EoP Axis Oath [eop-axis-oath] member, and such members can fulfil the CRLRC Community Council constitution etc registration requirements; and CRLRC confirm that you accept EoP culture community councils and have EoP and WiP law commissioner / arbitrators; I will have no objection with registering the EoP culture community council with CRLRC Community Council database; and cooperating with CRLRC officials to accomplish CRL Act advocacy of peace between races, religions and cultures strategic goals.
CRLRC-KS: Please revert to us to avert to and fro emails.
EoP LJ: Ecology of Peace Radical Honoursty culture is an ego [RHC: Brad Blanton RH enlightenment] and eco [EoE: Derrick Jensen: Civilization and Enlightenment] village idiot culture. I don’t pretend to know what I don’t know. I don’t know what you mean by ‘please revert to us’. Who is us? You and Mr. Mafadza, or you and Ms. Mashwayi, or you and whom? What do you mean by ‘please revert’? Please respond? If so: There is not one question any CRLRC official has asked of the EoP culture, that I have not sincerely answered in village idiot unambiguous simple language within two days of receiving the question. I have provided clear simple unambiguous answers to every CRLRC question submitted to me. I am still waiting for CRLRC to provide answers or responses to my original request for information questions, to all my good faith settlement agreement offers; and to my answers to CRLRC bad faith community council offer.
A copy of this correspondence shall be documented at LJ v CRLRC [lj-v-crlrc.tygae.org.za]
Pro Se, EoP Applicant [EoP Oath PDF]
PO Box 5042, George East, 6539.
Sent per electronic notice to:
CRL Rights Commission: Tshimangadzo Edward Mafadza:
Edward Mafadza (Eddie@crlcommission.org.za); Maureen Chauke (email@example.com); Kgositoi Sedupane (firstname.lastname@example.org); Vinolia Mashwayi (email@example.com); Khulisiwe Sithole (firstname.lastname@example.org)