Does it matter if cuk does not follow its own rules?

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Philip Benstead
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Does it matter if cuk does not follow its own rules?

Postby Philip Benstead » 26 Oct 2016, 9:57am

Does it matter if cuk does not follow its own rules?


Has along it fulfilled its purpose /objectives successfully does it matter?
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Re: Does it matter if cuk does not follow its own rules?

Postby Psamathe » 26 Oct 2016, 11:15am

Philip Benstead wrote:Does it matter if cuk does not follow its own rules?
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To the CTC/CUK - clearly not.
To members - I suspect if the membership were really aware as to what was happening there would no be as many members.
To the Nominations Board - if you admit to making a mistake you may look foolish (but not as foolish as not admitting the mistake).
To whoever is "pulling the strings" - you seem to be getting away with it.

And all using a system Kim Jong Un would be proud of (only people pre-approved by "those in power" can stand to become "those in power").

Ian

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Re: Does it matter if cuk does not follow its own rules?

Postby Philip Benstead » 26 Oct 2016, 4:13pm

The trustees have greater knowledge and understanding of what is need to make CUK successful they know what is good for cuk better than the members. Do not worry you little head about such difficult things?!
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Re: Does it matter if cuk does not follow its own rules?

Postby JohnW » 26 Oct 2016, 8:52pm

Psamathe wrote:
Philip Benstead wrote:Does it matter if cuk does not follow its own rules?
...

To the CTC/CUK - clearly not.
To members - I suspect if the membership were really aware as to what was happening there would not be as many members.
To the Nominations Board - if you admit to making a mistake you may look foolish (but not as foolish as not admitting the mistake).
To whoever is "pulling the strings" - you seem to be getting away with it.

And all using a system Kim Jong Un would be proud of (only people pre-approved by "those in power" can stand to become "those in power").

Ian


Ian - Winston Churchill couldn't have put it better! Very good Ian.