Re: Independent Inquiry into the TS Election
May 23, 2008 09:37 AM
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "prmoliveira" <prmoliveira@...> wrote:
> The campaign against Radha Burnier started, officially, on 19 December
> 2007, with Elvira Carbonell's letter to General Council members. She
> was working at Adyar as assistant to Mary Anderson, International
> Secretary. The opening paragraph of Carbonell's letter speaks for
> "Since there has been uncertainty about the state
> of our President's health and our
> Vice-President's willingness and ability to
> accept nominations for the upcoming Presidential
> election, several of us at Adyar feel the need to
> write to members of the General Council to share
> the following information."
It is interesting because Elvira worked under the International
Secretary and lived at Adyar. That means it can be assumed that she
knows about Radha's health more as she could watch her and live with
her. If a person working at Adyar has this impression, it actually is
testimony that Radha's health was bad.
> As her letter was sent out, by email, the day after the official
> nomination papers were sent out, by air mail, by the International
> Secretary on 18 December 2007, and as the dealine for nominations to be
> received by the Secretary was 25 February 2008, it is not know how many
> Council Members nominated John Algeo on the basis of the contents of
> Carbonell's letter.
If Radha's fitness certificate had not arrived when Elvira sent
e-mails, then one can not blame Elvira for sending wrong information.
She can say she wrote what she saw.
> 29 March 2008 - A letter of the French Board of the TS was sent out to
> over 350 members in that Section, declaring, among other things, that
> Radha had "brain damage" and supporting Algeo's candidacy.
Again "had" is correct. Had they received fitness certificate of Radha
when French Board informed members that Radha had brain damage?
> 11 April 2008 - Letter from the National President of the American
> Section to TS members in the US declaring that Radha's "memory is
> inconsistent", and that "it is for the good of the whole that the
> leadership pass smoothly to John Algeo".
I think National President of American Section has right to
communicate her opinions to members of her Section.
Anand Gholap M.B.A.
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