Republic Bank Financial Holdings Ltd President makes Official Visit to Grenada

President and CEO of Republic Financial Holdings Limited, Nigel Baptiste

President and CEO of Republic Financial Holdings Limited, Nigel Baptiste

Republic Bank (Grenada) Limited on September 13 welcomed President and Chief Executive Officer of Republic Financial Holdings Limited (RFHL), Nigel Baptiste, on his first official visit to Grenada, since assuming office on February 11.

Republic Bank (Grenada) Limited is one of five (5) subsidiaries of RFHL, whose operations Baptiste oversees.

During his 2-day stay, Baptiste met with the Bank’ management team, as well as staff of the various branches.

In commenting on his visit, Baptiste said: “It is a great feeling, meeting and getting re-acquainted with the staff and the customers again.”

Prior to assuming his new position, Baptiste served on the Board of Directors of Republic Bank Grenada, for approximately 10 years, until 2011.

He expressed optimism about the future of Republic Bank, as a major player in the banking sector in Grenada, likening the Bank’s presence to that of a “marathon, and not a sprint”, solidifying the Bank’s commitment to the people of Grenada “for the long run”.

RFHL, in a recent bid, successfully acquired 70% of the shareholding in Grenada, which, Baptiste said further strengthened the company’s commitment to working with the people of Grenada to build a successful society.

Public Washrooms constructed in Petite Martinique

Residents and visitors to Petite Martinique will now benefit from recently constructed public washrooms located near the community playing field, where a number of major festivals and other events are held.
The project was constructed under the Grenlec Community Partnership Initiative (GCPI), and officially handed over on September 10.

Representatives of Grenlec, with officials of the Ministry of Carriacou & Petite Martinique Affairs

Representatives of Grenlec, with officials of the Ministry of Carriacou & Petite Martinique Affairs

Members of the community, representatives of Grenlec, and various officials from the Ministry of Carriacou & Petite Martinique Affairs attended the ceremony.

Among them was Senator Norland Cox, Parliamentary Secretary who stated, “The installation of the washroom is a social asset to the community that holds important value to the way of life in Petite Martinique. It will be very useful during festivals, in particular for visitors who come to the island.”
General Manager of Grenlec’s Carriacou and Petite Martinique Operations, Wallace Collins, thanked the various community members who played a role in the completion of the project.

In commenting on the company’s GCPI programme, he said: “Grenlec engages with our communities to identify their needs and useful projects that will improve the lives of community members.”

Grenlec officials are grateful for the assistance of Geotechnical Investigation Services Inc. for the design of the washrooms and consultation on the project, as well as Sky Construction Co. Ltd. for constructing the building.

Grenlec’s Community Partnership Initiative supports initiatives in sport, education, health and general community enhancement.

The company looks forward to continuing its partnership with the community, which positively impacts the lives of many throughout Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique.

GTM continues to support children of policyholders

Since 1991, GTM group of Insurance Companies have been providing support to students throughout their secondary school life under its bursary awards programme and this year is no exception.

The 2016 awardees with parents and GTM officials

The 2016 awardees with parents and GTM officials

Three students who were successful in the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment (CPEA) have been selected out of many applicants to be aided by GTM insurance throughout their school life.

A short ceremony was held at the GTM, Grand Anse office last Thursday to present awards to the students who are children of policyholders with the insurance company.

According to GTM’s Acting Branch Manager, Delon Felix, the company is partnering with parents to provide the necessary support for the children.

“…Kids, that should act as an incentive for you all to work much harder to make your parents proud. Today we have three awardees for the 2016 qualifiers…it’s something that GTM will continue to do. You get that benefit once you maintain a good average throughout your five years of secondary school life…”, he said.

“…I just want to encourage you all to keep working hard, keeping making mommy and daddy proud and GTM will forever be here to continue to support you once you keep performing at average in school”, he added.

Assistant Branch Manager, Jassel LaTouche who also addressed the recipients pointed out that the assistance provided to the students is all part of the company’s annual social responsibility.

“Additionally GTM offers a school plus policy for all the bursary awardees for the five years in the secondary school …it covers the child medical bills caused by accidents, accidental deaths and dismemberment with maximum coverage of $10,000. The GTM group of insurance companies is proud to assist the children of the nation,” she said.

According to LaTouche, the company is using the opportunity to fulfill its role as good corporate citizen and to give back to its valued customers.

“We currently have a total of 13 awardees within the programme. These awardees are a true representation of hard working and articulate young people. It is through programmes like ours that we are able to support and commit to their future development”, she said.

“…You have been chosen out of many outstanding performances, you therefore has a responsibility to maintain those standards during the course of your secondary school studies. I implore that you work hard and inspire to be exceptional students with leadership character,” she told the recipients.

PM Mitchell: “…I want to support a responsible LIAT”

The Prime Ministers of Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago and St. Lucia are looking to create an additional airline that might provide competition to LIAT, the regional island-hopping carrier.

LIAT cuts one flight to Grenada from its daily schedule

LIAT cuts one flight to Grenada from its daily schedule

Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell gave the hint on Wednesday at a Press Conference held in St. George’s.

Dr. Mitchell told reporters that there needs to be more transport for the Caribbean region without depending on LIAT and indicated that talks are taking place between Grenada, Trinidad and St. Lucia to have additional air transport as well as charter services in the region.

“We can’t sit down and wait for LIAT to get its act together”, said the Grenadian leader who has repeatedly vowed not to pump money into the airline unless some fundamental changes are made.

“… We (will) continue to do whatever we can to support LIAT but not at the expense of the travelling public in the region as a whole,” he added.

Prime Minister Mitchell charged that over the years enough subsidies have been given to LIAT by the various governments for it to serve the region as it should.

“The thing (Liat) is supposed to serve the regional people; therefore, decisions that are made, these decisions must be based on the people, not any and any one government or a Prime Minister or couple Prime Ministers.

“…It has to be based on the service of the people. We can’t be talking about freedom of movement, Single Market and Economy and the people can’t go from one place to the next – nonsense. These are just words and we have to give teeth to the words otherwise it makes no sense repeating it.

“…We can’t have a situation where it cost you more money to go to Barbados from Grenada as compared to going to Miami. So people prefer to go to Miami instead of going to Barbados or St. Kitts and any event it’s not just the money, it’s the ease of travel.

“You step in a plane at 8 o clock and you land in Miami at 11:30, leave Grenada to go to St. Kitts and you losing a day …the frustration and stresses you have to go through…”.

Only four shareholder governments in the region – Antigua & Barbuda, St. Vincent & The Grenadines, Dominica and Barbados, currently finance LIAT.

Prime Minister Mitchell also addressed the issue of calls in some quarters in the region for governments to drop the tax on airline tickets in order to give a boost to intra-regional travel among the people.

He said if the issue is the monopoly service or the imposition of taxes on tickets, something should be done about it.

“It is no point that Grenada for example would impose some taxes on a ticket, Barbados does it, Trinidad does it and when the pile goes up it makes it difficult to travel. So, it makes logical sense that we all should reduce the taxes that each government get and you know something, we’ll get more money because a lot more people will travel…right now we are charging ourselves out of the market”, he said.

Prime Minister Mitchell is adamant that he is not taking millions of dollars of taxpayers’ money in Grenada and pump into LIAT while not getting the services required.

“Give me a service and I am prepared to pay”, he quipped.

The Grenadian leader also took a swipe at those regional leaders who have been seeking to block other airlines coming into the region that can provide competition for LIAT.

“We limiting the question of route rights and still not giving open skies…open skies should be a policy that we should all adhere to…open the skies create the competition – you’ll find we won’t lose business.

There is this thing where we’ll lose tax revenue, that’s nonsense, we don’t believe this…”, he said.

The Prime Minister confirmed that LIAT has backed off from its recent decision to cut some of its five daily flights into the Maurice Bishop International Airport (MBIA) and will only remove one.

Leave the doctor alone!!!

Sitting here in Brooklyn and hearing of the pressure that some people are allegedly putting the tennis doctor through is unbelievable.

Do you guys ever stop to think of the invaluable contribution that he is rendering to the youths of Grenada, and not one day thinking of colour, financial background, school that they are attending, or where they are residing?

With so much cartoon characters walking the streets holding down laughable positions and thinking that they are big shots, making foolish and senseless demands and decisions, it’s about time that some of you sit back and begin to think of what you are doing, and I mean fast too.

Caught up in the “me, me”, syndrome dropping the bone and grabbing the shadow, I must reach out and ask where have all the good folks gone?

President Kennedy said speak not what your country can do for you but what you can do for your country, and the motto at St George’s Methodist AKA Wesley Hall where some of us sat in class, was NOT SELF BUT SERVICE.

The doctor is a very dedicated individual, always looking out for the interest of his student players, but for some reason some parents and their Charlie’s Angels friends just don’t appreciate what he is doing.
With so many chicken hawks occupying positions in organisations for the perks and some allegedly prying on the young and innocent chicks, the doctor is not into that dumb and foolish mental sickness and is steadfastly working to mold them into being model citizens.

Nine out of ten times, seven days per week, he can be seen on the court in Tanteen. The cool and dedicated mentor should be receiving the full support from the general public, and not having to deal with parents and their friends pressuring him to do things individually for their own sons and daughters while they are not making a vital contribution in helping to organise the raising of badly needed funds.

Based on information, it’s easy to feel that if hefty donations got deposited things can get legally out of hand. Because of the doctor’s dedication Grenada is doing well in the Caribbean and some students over time secured scholarships from Universities in the USA.

More can be achieved if some of you now pressuring him just play your part and give one hundred percent support instead of playing the southern end of a north bound horse.

Do you think if the doctor should walk away today or tomorrow, that you could find a dedicated individual to take over? What has the association done to promote the discipline in the last two or so years?

Over and over I am hearing of having to write to sponsors for donations to send players to tournaments in neighbouring islands, so it’s obvious that you the parents, your friends and the association members are not in-sync except to be allegedly pressuring the doctor to push your sons or daughters to the head of the line.

Fussing to allegedly wanting to go on a tournament trip to Portugal with your son or daughter is not like jumping on the Osprey and sailing up to Carriacou or Petite Martinique for a day or two.

What happened to the suggestion that was forwarded for the steel orchestra to “record an album” to raise funds that James Clarkson was ready to assist with, and to write to the US and Canadian Universities kindly requesting that they allow the student orchestra to be part of it?

Was that too difficult asking that you write a simple letter to request some vital assistance? If it’s your desire to see your sons and daughters having a chance to be like Arthur Ash or Serena Williams there must be harmony with the doctor, so just leave him alone to do his work on the court be it in Tanteen or around the country including Carriacou, and Petite Martinique, and you do what sensible parents, friends and associated members should be doing.

Mike Raffie Knowles Mc Quilkin

Make them pay!!!

A few weeks before ending his term as Prime Minister of the UK, David Cameron said that more teachers should be trained to teach children about the Jewish holocaust.

This should be welcome news for Africans who should see it as an opportune time to include the teaching of the African Holocaust in which tens of millions of Africans were “ripped from the bowels” of the African continent during events unparalleled in human history.

They suffered, not only physical, but also mental and economic destruction on a scale not seen since human beings evolved on this planet!!

Apologists for these crimes usually tell us of the time scale between the two events, however, as a prominent Jewish commentator said a few years ago”: “There can be no statue of limitation for genocide”.

What followed the African genocide was centuries of segregation, brutal exploitation and deprivation, the social and economic consequences of which continue to affect the life chances of Africa and its people!!

As Brother Randall Robinson said in his famous book: “The Debt” for twelve years Nazi Germany paid. It paid Jews individually. It paid the state of Israel. For two and a half centuries, he said, Europe and America inflicted unimaginable horrors upon Africa and its people.

Europe not only paid nothing to Africa in compensation but also followed the slave trade with the remapping of Africa for further European economic exploitation.

European governments, he continued, have yet even to accede to Africa’s request for the return of Africa’s art treasures looted along with its natural resources during the century long colonial era”.

Africans must never give up the fight for compensation for 246 years of unpaid labour and the cultural genocide inflicted on our people.

As I write, the Greek Government and its people are requesting a sum of 270 billion dollars from Germany for the slaughter of its people during World War Two!!

The report in the “New African” of August/September of the $58 billion plundered by British Companies from African countries is a sad reminder of the continued pillaging of the resources of the “Motherland”.

C.M Rogers

Take the referendum seriously!!!

The world is ever changing. Intense development in science and other fields of technology usher new knowledge almost daily challenging how we think.

Children and young adults in the 21st century exposed to infinitely more information than the average adult of yesteryear think differently. Medical breakthroughs in DNA and more in-depth understanding of the inner workings of the human brain now better explain human biological differences and psychological behaviours hitherto thought to be unnatural or deviant.

Unfortunately many people in prominent positions of leadership adhere to 19th century values, languish in dated knowledge and outmoded stereotypes and, yes, witchcraft to explain natural phenomenon.
This leads me to the Grenadian constitutional referendum. A common thread by, the opposition, NDC, that the people have not been properly informed – sufficiently educated – to make the “right decision” – whatever that means – places the onus on government.

The NDC’s claim that the Mitchell government has not done the on-the-ground work to carry the message to the citizenry is well known. One would therefore think that a nationalistic and shrewd political party having lost credibility at the ballot box (15-0) and recognising the shortcomings of government would seize the opportunity to use the party apparatus, taking the bull by the horns, to fill that void and gain political mileage.

If educating the people on the merits or demerits of constitutional reform is a true concern, the bedrock of the party’s opposition to the referendum, why has no evidence surfaced that the NDC has an effective campaign to educate the people on a matter so important to them in making the “right decision?” Why are they still waiting on the government?

Criticising has thus far brought no resolution to the NDC’s concern and sending mixed messages: abstain from voting, vote no to all amendments, vote your conscience – reminds me of “The Donald,” certainly not in keeping with sound and thoughtful leadership decisions that have plagued the NDC and seem to be escalating again.

Those ill-advised leadership decisions also play out in the Senate where the Leader of the Opposition openly declared his time was better spent on his personal business. It appears that the people’s business from that perspective has been put on a low priority by the Opposition Leader.

Clearly, to a rational and reasonable person Senators must possess some magnitude of patriotism, that country before self means undying commitment to country and if circumstances change, as sometimes happens, the honorable thing to do is to demit, and as political leader, who obviously has the wisdom, recommend a trusted and committed disciple to continue the term of office.

Disappointing but not surprising is the politicising of an extremely important constitutional process that equally impacts every political party – advantages and disadvantages rub all in the same direction.
It is dishonest to posit that proposed constructional reforms favour one party over another, the pendulum in

Grenadian politics, the most casual observer will note, swings freely.

Protection from discrimination against individuals or particular groups, and minorities conspicuously absent in the constitution – a throwback from the dark ages of entrenched imperialism – must now change in concert with the realities of contemporary Grenadian society.

Standards of morality, the impact of globalisation and human rights which the referendum must address as a member of the international community: LGBT, gays, lesbians, freedom of religions, and violation of human rights, must stand as guiding lights to the process of change.

The opposition is well aware that the critical constitutional balance of rights played out on the world stage can draw condemnation and have a negative effect on visitors, donors and trading partners.

Why a no vote, especially on item six (6) on the constitutional referendum ballot that would protect fundamental universal human rights as set out by the U.N. guaranteeing Grenadians and visitors alike the comfort of equal protection under law?

Grenada does not and cannot stand in isolation from the international community that dictate, more and more, as our citizens travel, live abroad and return, the inescapable realities of new found morals and youthful liberal thinking that filter back to our country.

Amendments to our constitution must foresee the aims and aspirations of generations far in the future and not the narrow views of today.

To say no to changes that would impact the lives of future generations while hiding in the comfort of our own constricted and outdated self-serving views history shows, conflict with the liberalisation of social norms to which our children and our children’s children will adapt.

We must live for the future not the present and past – future generations cannot be expected to conform to the old ways – the dynamics and evolution of human behaviour of the 21th Century has not in any manner reverted to any period in past human history – constitutional change will similarly weave its way.

The constitution endowed with immortality will from time to time revolutionise to reflect changing times; what is proposed now may have little relevance in 50 years – take small bites of the apple and chew well lest we choke, others will certainly follow.

The task is not to do it all in one full scoop – overly ambitious – but be mindful that coming generations with fresh ideas may be bogged down by the havoc we have created.

Grenada enjoys democracy, free speech and the right to vote, a powerful weapon for change. Millions of people world over have died and are still dying to safeguard that inalienable right.

We can disavow – by not voting – the tremendous sacrifice and cause for which our forefathers and mothers laid down their lives – voting rights we now take for granted – or hold our heads high as proud and patriotic women and men of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique casting our vote in honor of those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

Kit Stonewalling

Disappointed with Conference of Churches!!!

The church as a social institution has been the most respected and trusted place where families and members used to look up to in helping with social problems facing the homes and communities, as well as in working out the complexities in confiding their utmost privacy to the Pastor.

As a Christian society, followers genuinely paid their tides while having an unshakable faith in the Pastor.
Today sadly as I look around the society and the wider world, I am in total disbelief to see how some of these social institutions have allowed themselves to reduced to such low level.

I am starting with the Catholic Church, which is responsible for thousands of cases whereby these inhumane acts were committed against innocent young boys.

Today some churches are openly promoting homosexuality and gay rights by supporting same sex marriages – something is wrong with us.

Man was supposedly created or evolved as a mate for the woman as the opposite sex to procreate and multiply thus bringing about children.

It should be noted that from the inception of the human factor a person’s sex was determined by their registration of either male or female by birth.

A man could never be a sex mate to a man – it’s just not right. Today both men and women are changing their sexes through expensive and cumbersome means by changing their body parts through removing the Penis and installing the vagina and vice-versa.

I cannot help but wonder when I see almost all of the churches are going down that road and having to give in due to the level of government pressure.

Did you know that the so-called powerful countries and NGOs are tied up through open gay policies.

The NGO’s are supporting homosexuality through the UN and other reputable organisations because the big countries are holding some countries ransom for not supporting this policy and denying them economic aid and assistance.

And we not talking about a better world? When a gay couple adopts a child, what do you expect that child to come out in today’s world? Are we changing nature’s plan?

The level of compromise I am seeing among certain churches is truly alarming. God did not create Adam and Steve neither did evolution.

What are we coming to? Our young children are confused. This, in my opinion, is an abomination. It’s disgusting, is dehumanising and it is out right nasty.

As intelligent human beings we have let down even the animal species, which is less intelligent than man and you still will not see that kind of practice among them.
When a man is attracted to a man this should not be a right – this is a sickness and he should be receiving treatment for this.

What we find today is that many underdeveloped countries have become victim of this practice -engineered by the cradle of democracy as one of the most powerful country in the world.
Today people cannot even scold their children in fear of being prosecuted by the law. Hence we are having more crimes than ever.

It is significant to note that it’s the same country, which up holds all of the issues pertaining to human rights, but yet they continue to uphold capital punishment by taking the life of a person.

This is the same country that continues to prohibit the spanking or punishment of children. We are living in a strange world and only time alone with tell.

Kennedy Jawahir

Getting our act together

It’s good to see that the Police Traffic Department has painted no parking warning signs onto the heavily utilized east-west trunk road situated in the Grand Anse valley.

Previously, whenever one vehicle parked indiscriminately in front of an area roadside shop, traffic flows on that busy roadway shut down.

Extra refuse bins have been placed along the Kirani James Blvd, and I understand that the derelict boats that lie abandoned along the shore next to this main thoroughfare now have official removal notices posted on them, with compliance dates stipulated.

I also commend the recent efforts made to clean up the unsightly garbage strewn rocks behind the St George’s bus terminal. And congrats to the Rotary club (Rotoract) for the painting of the retaining wall
at the “Falaise”(Fall Edge). A fine gesture by a citizen’s group setting a much-needed example of what national self-help efforts could accomplish.

All of these developments are encouraging signs that we are beginning, not only to take notice of, but more significantly, to do something about the deplorable mess that exists in too many public spaces in our country.

Kudos to the relevant authorities and social groups for their efforts towards reversing the escalating littering trend.

The WICB:

The Prima Donnas on the West Indies Cricket Board have struck back at Coach Phil Simmons for his public statements about their interference re: team selection, in their own inimical way, by firing him.

Simmons had in fact already apologised to the board for what they had considered his inadvisable “airing of dirty linen” at a news conference. But I guess apologies were not enough, someone wanted blood.

Also, notwithstanding the recent success of the WI team winning the T20 world championship competition under the leadership of Coach Phil Simmons, Captain Darren Sammy and bowling Coach Curtley Ambrose.
As a show of appreciation, all three of them have been sent home by the board.

When Dr. Keith Mitchell (The CARICOM head responsible for cricket affairs) and an independent (UWI) Commission led by Professor Eudine Bariteau investigated, gathered information, and delivered a comprehensive report that recommended steps that should be taken to revamp and restructure the board, they received tepid responses, and even open resistance from naysayers that included a Caribbean Prime Minister.

Perhaps the most highly visible and region integrating Caribbean Institution, West Indies cricket, has been ailing for some time.

Poorly led by its Board of Directors, the WICB stumbles from one injudicious and embarrassing calamity to another.

The board continues to display poor planning strategies, scant appreciation for, and open disrespect towards the players who represent our region on the world stage.

The fact that experienced and well respected former WICB executives like Pat Rousseau, Ken Gordon and a host of former test players are now publicly airing their concerns over the board’s continuing shortcomings, and that these cries continue to fall on deaf ears, speaks volumes.

No one should intervene some say, just leave it be, maybe it will eventually sort itself out. Well, well! Why not?

I suppose these self-corrective remedies may descend from cyber space, about the same time that we see our first green donkey galloping down Market Hill, and witness Donald Trump being gracious and polite towards his political detractors.

Roger Byer
Morne Jaloux
St. George’s

The Bigger Picture

We are about to have a referendum on constitution reform so that the Grenadian people could have a say in forming some aspect of their constitution.

This process would not be giving us a new and finished constitution but instead the reforms of some seven (7) bills.

The original document will be continued to be looked at in the future and changes made to suit the times. They say it’s our time now!

The constitution is a legal document, and is best understood by lawyers of which the majority of Grenadians aren’t. For example under the Bill (Rights and Freedoms) at page 6 under alterations of the constitution it is proposed that the heading “Protection of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms” where it appears in the constitution be substituted for the word foundational.

“In the English Language does the word foundational mean Protection of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms? Not at all. However, it will be given that new meaning in our proposed reformed constitution – laughable only in Grenada.

Better they had called it modernal. I am not a lawyer so I am just writing about things I read in this proposed bill and how it came across to me.

Is this constitution reform truly Grenadian? When I read the proposed bill and in particular the one referring to “Rights and Freedoms”, I read statements like Grenada have acceded to certain international human rights treaties and conventions and therefore we have to frame our reform constitution with those to adhere to.

This makes me wonder and concludes that we in Grenada will never see a true reform Grenada constitution by Grenadians for Grenadians ever.

So this whole exercise is futile but if it was to pass, our leaders will run with it. Shame.

We are getting a constitution that is influenced by the international community in this evil hour. So the people need to know that it’s not only their will and voices but also foreign ones.

It’s not Grenadian but to me the one world Government and New World order agenda. In this reformed constitution as I understand it, they have proposed getting rid of certain words and headings and replacing them with new words and headings.

I pointed already to the example of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms for Foundational. Let me point out a few more. I find troubling on page 14 of this same Bill at the bottom under the heading, “Gender inclusion” the words “he” “him” and “his” are to be deleted from our constitution and replaced with the words for “he”, “he and she”, “him” “him and her” “his”, “his and her”.

So a man could say that he is a woman and will be accepted and protected by this proposed reform constitution.

Another term I have a problem with is this Bill is the terms social class and social origin. That means a person could be a part of the social group of gays and lesbians and be accepted and protected by this reform constitution – an evil and ungodly bill.

So we hear the calls from the different sectors of our society and most recently from the constitution reform people to get register – one have to beware.

Certain ones in high places are asking what is wrong with these bills. Then we have evil men in authority. As a person whose ultimate constitution is the Holy Bible I am aware of what it teaches about life and Godliness. It teaches that there will come a time in man’s existence when a “Beast, anti-Christ and false prophet” will come on the world scene and cause the people of the world to take a mark in their hand and forehead and that they would not be able to buy and sell without that mark.

And no homosexual has eternal life abiding in them. Satan who is behind all of this is a liar and deceiver from the very beginning and through all of time. He knows how to cover up, parcel and disguise all his damming sins, snares and traps from unconverted mankind to dam the souls.

So when I hear the call to get register and unfortunately over 70,000 have already done so, I see the prophecy being further fulfilled.

It says in verses 8 and 16, 17 of Rev: 13. “All “will worship him and he causeth “all” to receive a mark in their hand and forehead and none could buy and sell without that mark, the last voter’s registration card. All!!!

The majority has it and there is increased registration presently – the devil plan is being carried out. My mission and assignment in this final hour is to reveal the “BIGGER PICTURE” and that is the dissemination of the mark of the beast to our people.

However God’s word for this era is repent and his call is to “come out of Babylon”.

Beware Grenadian your souls are being sold.

Derick Sealy