Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Veni Vidi Vici

I came, I saw, I conquered.

Allen Chastenet, political leader of the St. Lucia United Workers Party has slayed the dragon that is the bankrupt St. Lucia Labour Party government of Kenny Anthony. MiTC would like to say congratulations to PM Chastenet and a hearty Thank You for showing us Dominicans how to get rid of Kenny Anthony's twin, Roosevelt Skerrit.

We would like to also congratulate the youth of St Lucia; you have stepped up to the plate and driven this ball high over the boundary for six; our youth in Dominica can certainly take a page from your book. You have shown us what it means to be citizens; you have shown us what it means to put country first, not rum and sewo. You have shown us what it means to take action, not just babbling on the radio.

St Lucians and Dominicans are two sides of the same coin. We speak the same languages, our food is identical, our countries are works of natural beauty. Sadly, we Dominicans seem to be ones who have not matured. We at MiTC hope that all of us Dominicans will learn this important lesson in civic responsibility that you have just taught us.

Tomorrow, we have a by-election in one of our constituencies. Kenny's twin, Skerrit, has been plying the poor residents of that constituency with alcohol, building materials, and envelopes of cash, all in an attempt to steal yet another election. This by-election is a result of the resignation of one of Skerrit's ministers on accusations of child molestation. Mr. Skerrit, his cabinet and his party have chosen to celebrate an accused child molester while ridiculing the child. In any other country this would be unacceptable; but this is Dominica, anything goes for Mr. Skerrit and his gang.

We wish you the best St Lucia and we will support you as you write a new chapter in your history books.

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  1. Welcome back, I really missed you.

    1. Thank you sir. I was on assignment on the mainland and unavailable. We are adding writers to the blog so you will see new material from time to time.



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