The Black Buck Initiative

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The Black Buck Initiative
Logo of The Black Buck Initiative
General
Country Flag-Ireland.jpg Ireland
Headquarters Eire Aonair
Founded June 2, 2011
Demographics
Services Information, National Security
Attributes
Colours Black
Website Website


The Black Buck Initiative was an organization of Eire Aonair. It's main purpose was to collect information in order to protect Ireland against possible security threats. The organization was independent of the government but it offered its findings to any President of Ireland willing to accept it. The Black Buck Initiative did not keep files on any natural citizen or immigrant approved by the Irish Ministry of Immigration.

Operations

The Black Buck Initiative was open to applications from all Irish citizens regardless of their membership in Eire Aonair. Although The Black Buck Initiative was founded by Eire Aonair and was located on the party's forum, it was an independently operating organization. Much of the work done by this organization involved monitoring international news and communications in order to investigate political agendas which might involve war or political combat with Ireland or her allies. The other component of investigation involved illegal immigrants (those new citizens not approved by Ireland's Ministry of Immigration).

History

The Black Buck Initiative's foundation was initiated by Donnzer on June 2, 2011. The new organization was given a private forum on eireaonair.userboard.net and the collection of intelligence data began shortly after that. In June Donnzer was able to achieve the approval of new Country President of Ireland Irasian. Donnzer also released an article announcing the new organization and inviting Irish citizens to take part.

Organization Foundation Forum
The Black Buck Initiative June 2, 2011 Link