Temporary reassignments aren't all bad, it's a chance to meet new people, not all of them friendly, sometimes you unexpectedly find what you've been unsuccessfully searching for in other places, the wrong places. Official documentation is crucial in any investigation, particularly so when the dates and the contents relate directly to what has gone before, and is currently being repeated. For those who are currently confused, the truth will out in forthcoming postings, explanations will follow, and as usual the Motorcycle Union of Ireland (Ulster Centre) Limited - MCUI-UC takes centre stage, along with the Dinosaurs, 2&4 Wheel Motorsport Steering Group Limited, DCAL, the Department of the Environment, the Sports Council for NI (SCNI), the Irish Sports Council (ISC) and the North West 200 to name but a few.
One such official document that has been recently procured contains the following damning real road racing information which begs the questions: Who else is responsible for the numerous fatalities and serious injuries since the year 2000? Who else should now face manslaughter charges?
'There are two distinct disciplines within motorcycle racing in Northern Ireland, i.e. “motorcycle circuit racing” and “motorcycle road racing”. Motorcycle circuit racing is organised on purpose built circuits on private and local authority land. At short circuits purpose built barriers and safety installations can be provided, including typical large run-off areas on the outside of curves and bends.
Motorcycle road racing is run over sections of public highway closed to other traffic users for the duration of the meeting inherently a road course is a temporary facility and its very nature prevents the provision of many safety features found on race circuits. Permission to close roads for the purposes of road racing is granted under the Road Races (Northern Ireland) Order I986 as administered by DRD.
In August 2000 the governing body of motorcycling, the Motor Cycle Union of Ireland (MCUI) established a Task Force to examine the safety issues within the sport of motorcycle road racing. This was in response to serious concerns expressed by DCAL, the Department of the Environment, the Sports Council for NI (SCNI) and the Irish Sports Council (ISC) about the number of fatalities that had occurred in motorcycle road racing in recent years. A total of 77 deaths have occurred between 1922 and 2000 making motorcycle road racing the most dangerous sport in Ireland.
The vast majority of deaths have occurred at Ulster Centre events.'
Many Dinosaurs, many officials have many questions to answer, many should have difficulty sleeping in their beds, many are those who are guilty of causing many deaths, and the simply unbelievable abject suffering of those left behind.
There is quite obviously a disgusting bunch of very sick EVIL people in our midst, in the midst of motorcycle real road racing in Northern Ireland, sick EVIL people all of whom must be held to account.
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