Thursday, December 31, 2015

Happy New Year

Brace Yourselves; 2016 will be a wild ride.
By: Mas In The Cemetary Staff

As 2015 draws to a close, we here at Mas In The Cemetery would like to wish all our readers, their families, friends, etc., a very Happy and Prosperous New Year. 2015 has indeed been a challenging year, and we have no doubt that 2016 will be just as, or even more challenging. We hope and pray that we will all come out better induviduals when it comes to a close as well.

In 2015, we witnessed countless instances of malfaesance in the administration of our lovely country. We've had numerous promises of ground-breakings for a hospital that we were supposed to have had years ago. Our Cabrits National Park has been broken up and a piece handed over to Middle Easterners who promise to build a hotel with money from the sale of our passports, while still owning the hotel. Now Dominicans, how does that work for you? You have allowed a crooked prime minister to hand over a piece of your land as well as your indentity to sell, make money, build a hotel, and the people he gave  this to still owns the property? What degree or level of stupidty do you call that? And just as bad, the man who put this National Park together, without raising concern, just leaves with his tail between his legs, off to Barbados, and leaves us all in this mess. Wonderful.

We've seen a Speaker of the House of Representatives continue to diminish the institution. Others who have preceded her must be horified. We have no doubt that she will continue to pursue her evil ways in this new year, but as the saying goes, time will tell.

We were struck by a devastating storm, one which we will take some time to recover from. Our brothers and sisters in Petit Savanne were devastated, and they continue to experience this devastation in other ways to this date. In the meantime, their representative in parliament cannot seem to muster the political will to do what is right for them. Isn't that something? 

Let us not forget that our detestable prime minister thinks so well about our health system that he had his wife give birth in a foreign country again. And some of you think that's right. Also, do you all realize that Roosevelt Skerrit spends as much time out of the country than he does within? Think about that for a minute.

And who could forget Baroness Sousay Sel? We think that name is going to stick to her. It should too. Is she ever going to tell us how much money, if any at all, was raised by her for us in her position as International Relief Coordinator? Baroness Sousay Sel might believe that she can escape the press in Dominica, but when she assumes the post of Commonwealth Secretary General, she will have to face the international press, and we will do our part in ensuring that somebody asks her about this. Let's see if she will tell the press to sousay sel too.

Our diplomatic passports are headline news again with this corrupt former Nigerian Petroleum Resources minister. We want you to know that we are pursuing this with our contacts in London; we will report to you when we have credible information.

This new year we commit to bring you all the information that we believe you should be aware of. Our Editorial Director, working with our London contributor, have uncovered very facinating bits of information about monies that need to be explained. The story is being put together now and we will be releasing it within weeks, so stay tuned, you will want to read this.

Once again, we at Mas In The Cemetery would like to wish you a very Happy and Prosperous New Year and we look forward to playing our task in informing you  and keeping you abreast of developments that relate to our country.

N. Adams, C. Lowe, Lizzy, T. Blaize, K. Thomas, J.A. Scotland

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