AH CYAH CHANGE

It’s quite unusual for one to sit for long hours on a Sunday evening. Typically I use my Sunday evenings for outdoor activities with my family. But last Sunday for whatever reason, I ended up taking in the political rallies. I was like a gunslinger switching from channel to channel viewing the NDC and NNP rallies. In reality, I think that I ended up looking more at the NDC rally. It seems natural as any viewer doing what I was doing would in my mind gravitate to the more appealing production. After all they were productions designed to appeal to … Continue reading

Should I Waste my Voice And my Vote?

Peter David appears to have backed-out of our politics. Many think NUF is too new, and can’t get organised in time for any election in the near future. Are we handing our governance back to Keith Mitchell’s NNP? The additions to the NDC Political Party think NOT. The caliber of Randall Robinson, George Vincent and Merle Byer, is yet to be tested in the Political Arena. However we know them all too well, for their other successes on “Life’s Battle Fields”. Take Merle Byer. She is accustomed to pulling *”Innovative – almost impossible ideas” ~~ out of the fire and … Continue reading

G.C.N.A. doesn’t care about tourism

The Grenada Co-operative Nutmeg Association has demonstrated time and time again that either it does not understand, nor care about this vital sector Tourism. For years now, we as Tour Operators, Tour Guides, and Taxi Drivers, have been taking tourists and visitors, to among one of the many stops – the Nutmeg processing plant at Gouyave, which is an interesting site for tourists visiting Grenada. However, for years now most of us have been making complains to the plant at Gouyave about the traffic congestion on a major cruise ship day and the need to create and make more space … Continue reading

Letter: Bolivia takes the fizz out of politics

In St Vincent and the Grenadines we have a Marxist-led government, and we are members of a Marxist institution called ALBA. We were taken into ALBA by Ralph Gonsalves without the consent of the people. Most of us in SVG will have noticed that neither Pepsi nor Coca Cola is produced in our country anymore. Was that a commercial decision by the companies or a political one by our Marxist government? These were the two most popular drinks available in SVG. Yes, it is true, neither Pepsi nor Coca Cola is now available in SVG. Our ALBA member friend, Bolivian … Continue reading

A mindless act

The world was recently shocked and saddened by the massacre of innocent students and teachers at the Sandy Hook Elementary school in Connecticut, USA. But before the tributes and the commiseration activities for the victims were completed, the public was subjected to a barrage of illogical ranting and ravings from Mr. Wayne La Pierre, the Executive Director of the powerful American gun lobby and conservative advocacy group known as the National Rifle Association (NRA). Some of the quotes from the U.S media coverage, described Mr. La Pierre’s press briefing as being delusional and mired in lunatic paranoia. I happen to … Continue reading

Losing his memory!!!

Keith Claudius is definitely delusional. At age 69 it appears that he is quickly losing his brain cells. This to me is still a generous assessment. To many it is not difficult to conclude that he is displaying psychopathic tendencies. He continues to tell lies and mislead his followers leaving them more ignorant and dependent on him to think, use and manipulate. KCM has no wrongs and is now blaming the NDC for what he is calling the worst deals in Grenada. What craziness? Then he still thinks that he is the Prime Minister of Grenada. He now wants to … Continue reading

2013 – The year of responsibility

  It is not uncommon for countries and International Organisations to give designations to calendar years in an effort to highlight a particular concern, campaign or sector for focus. I might be a bit audacious here but I would like to confer upon the impending year (2013), for all of Grenada and all Grenadians, the designation Year of Responsibility. Let us start at the very top. Mr. Prime Minister we have listened to you extol the merits of transparency…etc., when in truth and in fact the simple virtue of unity would have served you and Grenada much better. You and … Continue reading

The case for re-election of Prime Minister Tillman Thomas and NDC

Mahatma Gandhi once wrote, “You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean, if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become filthy.” It is in this context that the people of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique should never lose faith in humanity and also never lose faith in Prime Minister Hon. Tillman Thomas and the National Democratic Congress (NDC). Prime Minister Tillman Thomas’ life is his message. He is a lover of his own liberties and as such he would do absolutely nothing to restrict the liberties of the people of these … Continue reading

OBAMA VS THOMAS

It seems to me Tillman Thomas and the NDC Administration are trying to align themselves with the success of Democratic President, Barack Obama. How wrong could they be! Obama was handed a sinking ship four years ago but his people are now beginning to see the light. Thomas was handed a country that was working economically and socially, the people were happy. Unfortunately the people thought they needed a change and handed the reigns to Thomas who has systematically and painstakingly pulled the country apart, bit by bit over the past four years. Obama projects HOPE to the American people … Continue reading

The man called R.H. Fleary

I urge everyone to read this article in order to understand the type of human, and quality of person that lies within the NDC Caretaker for Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Was Mr. Randolph Harrison Fleary born to teach or born to lead? I think he was born to do both. Please allow me to elaborate. He had the opportunity to go to the UK: He didn’t. He had the chance to travel to Canada, he refused. He could have gone to the United States to con black people as some others have done but he stayed. He chose to remain … Continue reading