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Choose Your Leaders Wisely

Choose Your Leaders WiselyAs a frequent reader of Caribarena, I was shocked when I witnessed the priorities of the Antiguan people laid bare. Last week, Caribarena published an article about Officers being detained for stealing goats. 

The article was shared 279 times on Facebook at the time of this writing, and had 4,343 hits. That’s 15 hits per share. 

Four days after that article was published, Caribarena’s article with the new recording of Asot and Lester was published. The article was shared 142 times, and had 5890 hits. That’s 41 hits per share. 

Now, while hits are not a great way to measure how many people visited an article, the gap between the two is too extreme to be ignored. 

Twice as many people shared the article about stealing goat as opposed to the article about evidence of corruption in Government. 

Apparently, the theft of 2-3 goats is of greater importance than millions of dollars from the treasury. 

As a foreigner who has lived for many years in Antigua, it is sad for me to see this proven time and time again. 

A large majority of the Antiguan and Barbudan people don’t have a “country-first” political view at heart, and are pleased with complaining between elections. 

The people just don’t connect the dots between their current social/financial situation and the people who they elect to office. 

Take the current politicians of the ABLP as an example. Asot Michael, even before the recordings were published, is a well known hustler/gangster of a politician, who buys anyone who gets in his path, and muscles those who we can’t buy. 

Needless to say, evidence of this is rare, but anyone who has lived in Antigua for a while knows exactly who this man is and what he is like. 

I believe he tried to apply his working style on Caribarena, and came face to face with the brick wall that is the modern-day free-speech media. 

While that is to be expected from Asot Michael, I was most disappointed by Gaston Browne’s handling of the matter.

Gaston is a representative of what should have been the first true post Bird-era politicians. 

He sets the bar for the next wave of politicians that will replace the aging members of both parties, and will set the tone for how Antigua’s Government will be run into the future. It doesn’t look like a bright future is in stock. 

As the leader of the party, Browne should have started the difficult process of distancing the party from members embroiled in the scandal the moment those recordings hit the airwaves. 

Instead, he appears to be ignoring the commotion around him and his party, and hoping that his troubles will simply vanish on their own. 

This shows that Browne is irresponsible and apathetic. 

As the potential future prime minister, how can he allow former members against whom such strong evidence has been released to remain in the party? 

If he and his party are elected, these men will receive tremendous powers and shape Antigua and Barbuda. Are they really Browne’s first choice? Are they the best he can come up with? 

However, to understand Browne’s way of thinking, here is a tip: it is well known that Gaston’s view on the IHI matter (and the view of many other locals) is that it is a thing of the past and therefore irrelevant.

This viewpoint is absolutely ridiculous. Following Browne’s logic, a person could reason that slavery, racism, and the holocaust are also events that happened many years ago, and therefore are irrelevant, when clearly that is not the case. 

Like racism, corruption never dies. It has to be fought constantly. Otherwise, it is only the public who pay the price. 

Which raises the question; does Browne really want to fight corruption? Can he fight it, or has it already swallowed him whole? 

I don’t believe Browne would take the fall for Asot and Lester so willingly. 

As a foreigner, my advice to Browne is to open his eyes, realize what kind of ship he is sailing into the Antiguan Government, and beware of what his fellow crew may do once they are charged with safeguarding the treasure. 

As a foreigner, my advice to the Antiguan people is to start demanding more from their politicians in a language they understand. Comments on Caribarena are great for a discussion, but change is fought for on the streets. 

Choose your leaders wisely.

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@ microwave chef

#37 SlyThatGuy » 2013-11-19 09:38

So the fact that I own a big house and a big car and eat in fancy restaurants makes you assume a whole bunch of crap, huh? Let me ask you, "Do you know for sure that the ministers we are talking about are being paid $10,000 per month?" Do you even know that some government officials--depends on the type of job--are awarded certain benefits? An suv or a limousine is one of the fringe benefits these officials receive, along with other cash bonuses annually. So if it keeps you happy, you can continue to make wild assumptions about people you really know nothing about.
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@ Chef

#36 Skyewill » 2013-11-18 17:03

What I am saying is let those who claim they have evidence against the guy follow the law. What do you suggest WE THE PEOPLE DO? By the way I do not Know Asot. I met him once and it was this year. And are you saying that people don't like the guy? If the DPP says no go there must be a reason Do you Know way? I don't. All I am saying it let's not allow anyone to have us not focus on what is happening now by using Michael as a distraction. 10 years is enough and something that happened in the 1900's can not be given credence above what is current. This trial by media, will it close the case? Why is the report kept secret for the public is that another crime and by whom? do we have the full picture? Is there not something missing to you? It's certainly missing for me. I am not defending anyone but I will not be dragged into concluding something that the very government who said they have all the evidence and talk and tapes all over the air in lien of a conclusion by the justice system. Chef, it's is being used once again as a political football.
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#35 microwave chef » 2013-11-18 16:04

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I personally can say that when I asked people who I believe really know MP Michael, they say he has a big heart of gold and show care for them. Read more: http://www.Caribarena.com/antigua/opinions/letter-to-editor/105033-choose-your-leaders-wisely.html#ixzz2l1s1S7c5
Boy you must have hit your head very hard, the swine admits on tape that he managed the stolen IHI money and now he is a saint for spending 1% of what he stole to bribe people? The penguin does nothing for nothing ask anyone who realy knows him Like say Bob Washington, sky I like you but get some paper and wipe that stuff from on-top your nose it smells really bad
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@notsoslyguy

#34 microwave chef » 2013-11-18 15:47

slythatguy calling people idiots is my job, you are not very good at it. let chef explain why
If they had poor paying jobs before coming to power they should indeed be making a bit more as ministers and MP's however if you are paid $10.000 per month and you appear to be spending $30.000 a month ( big house big cars lots of men and or women on the side fancy restaurants lots of trips around the world) you have a unexplained gap in your income of $20.000.
So they need to tell us where those $20.000 you appear to be spending in uptown come from >if you can't then that undeclared money, might not be legit. That's why in other countries the IRS will show up and ask some hard question, and you better have the evidence to show where it came from.If not from shady possible illegal deals. then show it and say so. If you can't you have a problem .That's called corruption and that's what we are talking about..IDIOT.
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#33 Mr.cool » 2013-11-18 14:37

while I may understand your concern about corruption and persons should show more interest in what taking place around them. Why though when its getting close to an election corruption comes creeping up, "and yes we all should be concern,"especially when there is evidence pointing to corruption?? "In my view I think persons care less where these type of wrong call corruption is concern especially under this government, can you blame persons for showing less interest where corruption is concern "I don't think so?" mass corruption have been taking place over the pass 9 years am not saying there was none before but its clear to see where this government is concern. In my view persons really don't care about who corrupt or not "sad to say, "PEOPLE WANT WORK!! THERE STANDARD OF LIVING HAS DROPED TO THE LOWEST EVER?? this is the cry??" while persons can't feed there families, unemployment is at it's highest and unless the government remedy this situation.corruption will not be the cry or as an stumbling block
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[email protected] sense & slythatguy

#32 Hawke » 2013-11-18 13:29

Well ....upp has not only victimized me, they have also pauperized me...and dem desperate enough to fabricate anything right now..thats why i personally hold no
faith in these recordings...i've stated in earlier posts...why is nothing being done with these recordings?????
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@ make sense

#31 Skyewill » 2013-11-18 13:00

Not trying to insult anyone but, George-Skye Williams AKA Skyewill will never hide my face. Don't you think that others can also speak truth and how they feel. I come as myself with my own thoughts and HERE IS SOME ON THIS ISSUE: Mr. Michael is a sitting member of Parliament which means the people choose him. If he broke the law, it is the current government that is responsible to act on that. Yes, I heard the tapes and so have the folks in charge. I also seen the Rodney King tapes where LAPD officer almost killed the man and was found innocent. Mr. Michael has not been convicted of any crime and for 10 years we heard and seen all forms of accusations especially when it comes close to elections. I have a rule for my self, I never take blame for anyone nor do I apologize for other peoples actions. I do not accept apologizes from anyone other than the actual individual at fault so there is no way I can fault Browne for anything Mr. Michael has done or is accused of doing. Let's say Browne accused Michael of unproven acts with no evidence or DUE PROCESS, MP Michael, well loved in his constituency could have reason to peruse legal redress. There has been a formal investigation and a report was filed and I believe it to will be leaked to the public. Until then all anyone outside the justice/government system can do is speculate. I personally can say that when I asked people who I believe really know MP Michael, they say he has a big heart of gold and show care for them.
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@ Bachra Mary

#30 SlyThatGuy » 2013-11-18 11:07

Bachra Mary, are you an idiot or what! After pointing out why both Williams and Maginley were poor and barely middle-class before 2003 because obviously they had low-wage jobs earning them peanuts, you still expect them to be poor and not able to afford living very will in uptown and riding in first-class compartment of luxury train after they've worked hard to land themselves high-paying jobs paying them a tremendous amount of money. You sound as if you're jealous of their accomplishment, because I don't see them involve in any corruption. What, a man can't buy a big house and a big car if he is earning big bucks? Dummy.
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@ Microwave Chef

#29 Bachra Mary » 2013-11-18 07:49

Congratulations on your comment! Well reasoned response! Just to inject here, you referred to:

Does any one really need to see the evidence? well take a good look around you,unless your name is Stevie wonder anyone can clearly see that almost every UPP minister before 2003 was barely middle class if not poor compered to where they are today , Winston Williams worked in a warehouse, john Maginley, a failed sports shoe salesman just to name 2. Yet today they all seem to be doing very well and living in uptown riding the first class compartment of the luxury train.

Just to confirm that - like Stevie Wonder - Arville Grant is unable to see the corruption that is in the UPP! Poor fellow!
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Choose Your Leaders Wisely

#28 NIMBY » 2013-11-18 04:22

As a people we have collectively been cultured or programmed to accept mediocrity. Bluntly put, Antiguan politicians (blue/red) are corrupt because they know that we as a people will always accept anything. UPP is hoping that the majority of the electorate still hates the "ALPs' 28 years" and the ALP is banking on the fact that the electorate is fed up with the UPPs' level of corruption. The issue at hand is really not whether we can eat or not because that can easily be solved. The issue is good governance. It has not existed in Antigua and Barbuda for a while. We cannot continue to accept corruption on either side, but as I said in previous commentaries, we are doomed to continue the cycle of power grabbing, corruption and oppression that we faced since we were brought here from Africa. Nothing has changed! Think about it-yes we made grounds as a people but we still think all we need to do is be able to "eat" while the plantocracy (red AND blue) expand their wealth at our expense. The sad thing is that Antigua is not prepared for what it really needs to do because the PEOPLE collectively would have asked for it already. So let the "field slaves" continue to cuss at the "house slaves"- the "plantocrats" are very happy with that. Emancipation will come when we as a people willingly sacrifice our own will to benefit from corrupt practices and seek to build our country. Emancipation will NOT come next year!
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RE: Choose Your Leaders Wisely

#27 Young Observer » 2013-11-17 20:40

ALP thief and corrupt yes I agree..........but guess what................ .....are we eat................. .UPP thief and corrupt yes I agree............... .....but guess what................ ........are we hungry. SIMPLY PUT. De 2 a dem hab flaws but this gov lef r we hungry
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greed and coruption knows no color or party 2

#26 mircowave chef » 2013-11-17 17:22

So where did their new found wealth come from??? take a wild guess.
so just because we don't have it on tape yet does not mean it is not happening, it is like non of you have ever heard of kickbacks , and finders fee's.The people are getting poorer as the politicians are getting richer.
wake up all politicians know is greed and power regardless of party or promise.Asot may be the poster child for alp corruption that does not mean he doesn't have a twin in the UPP. corruption comes in many forms and shapes, but if it acts like a duck walks like a duck quacks like a ...you get the idea. So don't come and tell chef ALP is corrupt and UPP is so fresh and clean. If they where why did they misplace the Linquist report? why is there no account to date for that romantic rubbish fete? why are asot robin and lester not in jail or even court, ? lack of evidence? realy UPP?? or is it more a case of men in glass houses and stones?
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greed and coruption knows no color or party

#25 mircowave chef » 2013-11-17 17:16

it is an undeniable fact tat we now have taped evidence of the corruption under alp involving asot lester, robin and many more, to numerous to mention ,because they have not been exposed as yet . Chef is sure that in time we will get the hard evidence of the corruption that is taking place under the UPP. The WPP, fence gate , parking less garage and so many failed bogus projects who can forget the big bogus road project last elections???
Putting incompetent friends on all type of boards collecting many remunerations, while doing nothing or worse messing it up beyond repair( apua?)
Does any one really need to see the evidence? well take a good look around you,unless your name is Stevie wonder anyone can clearly see that almost every UPP minister before 2003 was barely middle class if not poor compered to where they are today , Winston Williams worked in a warehouse, john Maginley, a failed sports shoe salesman just to name 2. Yet today they all seem to be doing very well and living in uptown riding the first class compartment of the luxury train. not one has come forward and declared their assets not even the Good Dr Cort.
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@ Mirror

#24 SlyThatGuy » 2013-11-17 15:48

Mirror, I like that thought. I'm glad you see that we will continue to be victimize by our own indulgence unless corruption is faced and faced down. Because in another post, ANTIGUAN WOMAN says, " I can't wait for the year to end." What she means by that is she can hardly wait for election time to get here so she can happily give her support and her vote to the very political party whose members have victimized us for so many years. We continue to be victimize by our own indulgence because we create the corruption by voting into office bad politicians period.
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@ SlyThatGuy

#23 make sense » 2013-11-17 15:06

I know that's exactly what you meant and that is why i said you are spot on. They need to cast the beam out of their (ALP) own eyes before they can cast the mote out of others.
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Propoganda...

#22 Jumbee Picknee » 2013-11-17 14:57

PROPAGANDA sells, plain and simple.
Politicians along with their spin doctors, strategists, managers, advisors etc., know how to manipulate the Judiciary since most of them have been learned the tricks of their trade, i.e. The Political Game, in said Judiciary System.
The releasing of this type of evidence to the public can have adverse affect on the prosecution of the alleged perpetrators. Therefore several questions have to be pondered upon...
1....are those involved, the "alleged Perps" releasing this information in a clandestine manner in the hopes, that The Judiciary will not admit them as evidence, if and when arrests and charges are made?
2....as have been stated by several bloggers, both sides of the Political Aisle are one and the same, therefore FEAR is a large factor in bringing this to trial, except in the Court of Public opinion; which, they the public can be, and are easily swayed by those bearings gifts.
Politician, the master of deception, the reason for financial constipation.
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@ make sense

#21 SlyThatGuy » 2013-11-17 14:49

My last sentence....? "His failure to denounce their evil actions and to distance himself from them could well be regarded as he's not innocuous in all of this." By that, I simply mean that people might perceive Gaston to be also involved why he stayed tight-lipped about the matter all this time and not disassociate himself with from those involved. Perhaps, assuming he is involved, he's afraid to speak out against them because they might get upset with him and put his name out there. If he doesn't want that to happen,then he'll avoid it at all cost.
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Hits don't speak for all citizens!

#20 Dig It » 2013-11-17 13:42

As a citizen, I do believe that we have people in this country who want to see an end-to-corruption and our country have leaders with the country-at-heart. It is not an easy task because power and influence play a major part. And, both political parties are much of the same...just a different color. This why I have called for a viable "third party" time and time again but our history have shown that third parties don't do well? In order for such party to do well, the voters must be that decided voice, and, say...we have enough of years of "fake-trinkets" and "promises-to-the-blu e-sky." As I have said before in much words, GB, must be a "change-agent" and put political candidates around him that have integrity and good-character. Yet, I don't agree with the writer that because the goat article have about the same amount of "hits" as the corruption article that for reason we should "lump" all A&B together and say that they "laid bare." The "hits" doesn't and shouldn't dictate the mind and hearts of all A&B, when it comes to the issues! It is not only goat articles on CA...they also have articles on crimes (robberies, rapes, gun-related crimes and murders), education (broken schools infrastructure, lowing tests standards and national public library)
the economy (misappropriation-of -public-funds, IMF, CIP, etc.). Enjoy the reads!
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@ SlyThatGuy

#19 make sense » 2013-11-17 13:11

Your last sentence is spot on. Why can't we remove cast the beam out of our eyes.
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Face it!

#18 Mirror » 2013-11-17 12:37

Pointing a finger at weaknesses in other systems does nothing to improve ours. The fact that other people are sick does nothing to cure us. Before we can fix a problem, we must face it -- and getting irritated at those who are doing so is acting against our own best interests.

Unless corruption is faced and faced down, we will continue to be victimized by our own indulgence.
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RE: Choose Your Leaders Wisely

#17 SlyThatGuy » 2013-11-17 11:49

Gaston Browne cannot set the bar for future politicians nor set the tone for how Antigua's Government will be run in the future without first coming out and publicly declare the crimes committed against the poor citizens of this nation by Asot, Lester, and Robin to be wrong. So far, he has not done that and these very people remain the very heart of his new political party, the Antigua and Barbuda Labor Party. His failure to denounce their evil actions and to distance himself from them could well be regarded as he's no innocuous in all of this.
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Realist Views

#16 guess who » 2013-11-17 11:17

Realist Views, you claim the audio clips are hard evidence, however this very media via its face book page provided a link which stated why the clips could not be used in court (hint: chain of custody). The proof of the pudding is in the eating: Why did Baldwin Spenser not provide the clips during the defamation case brought against him by LB, which he lost in 2012? The Judge in her ruling described the PM as being motivated by malice
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Sanctimonious

#15 GARRAT » 2013-11-17 10:53

It would be nice if those among us who come from distant lands,most of those countries that are rift with corruption, many of those who have exploited our generation and subsequently us, to identify themselves when they choose to lecture us about our choice. If they are British, their corruption by their MPs with their claims for their second homes, including front bench members, are the damn same corruption, yet they continue to choose them. We do not condone corruption but you are not holier than thou, we will choose and monitor everyone of them and when caught, we have a judicial system to deal with them. Keep your lecture!
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What International Community?

#14 wadad » 2013-11-17 09:52

I am fed up of people who think that the USA, France and Great Britain are role model countries. They need to read their history and know the true meaning of corruption.
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@Realist View

#13 logics » 2013-11-17 09:30

I don't think we need a "radical generation", simply a generation who see without blue/red gl**. If we encourage our youth to stay in school and develop critical thinking skills instead of glorifying physical possessions then they will stand a chance of changing our mentality. Clearly as you state it is not a exchange of government that we need but in a change in governance. On both the red and the blue sides we have had leading politicians ( Wilmouth and the government purchasing building from friends and Gaston with the idea that someone was being payed to push the WPP agenda) state publicly that they had information about the behind the scenes workings of scandals and yet they did nothing to stop them from occurring. How can you choose between people whose acts of omission are just as bad as he acts of commission?
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RE: Choose Your Leaders Wisely

#12 Julian » 2013-11-17 09:24

The way I see it, it comes down to one word...APATHY, pure & simple. We all know that NOTHING will ever be done in connection with those tapes, no one will ever be prosecuted.

By the way have those alleged goat thieves been suspended from duty pending an investigation?...Jus t wondering.
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DeeCee

#11 DeeCee » 2013-11-17 09:18

You all at Caribarena need to talk about a lot more things than Gaston Browne....Start with the fencing of the playing fields and then move up to the money made during Romantic Rhythm......HYPOCRIT ES...
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@ Realist Views

#10 make sense » 2013-11-17 09:14

Well said, I could not have put it better.
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What Change?

#9 Realist Views » 2013-11-17 09:07

A lot of us are saying we need a change in the polical government as the upp has not lived up to the majority of it's promises. What we all need to realise is no matter who is in government neither UPP nor ALP will do anything different. The parties both have the same agenda and their priority is not our twin island nation. Until we as a nation stop allowing the government to buy our votes and hold them to do what is best for our nation nothing will change. We need a radical generation who will lobby for our nation and stop have politicians like they are royalties
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@Patriot Mind ( Skyewill)

#8 make sense » 2013-11-17 08:13

Everyone is innocent until proven guilty, but you make mention of WPP, Fencing and side walks all the time. The recordings are hard evidence which are permitted in a court of law, rather than trumped up accusations to create the sense of corruption.
You people are really delusional. IF Antiguans and Barbudans vote the ABLP back into power you are saying to them that it was OK to steal my tax money and we authorise you to steal some more. Antigua, during the 28 years reign of the ALP was regared as the most corrupt nation on earth. Since the current administration came into power the stigma has been abated. You need to think objectively: ABLP are not Gods. IF they are re-elected Antigua is finished. Ask the international community.
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@ Botante!

#7 Ah Me Sad Bad » 2013-11-17 07:54

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBnZdMWr5dg

Play that and talk bout that! The Christian Council an all remain mum on them lies!

Shame! Shame! Shame!
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Change

#6 JD » 2013-11-17 07:45

Good article. I think we are ready for a change and eyes are certainly opening wider all the time, perhaps due to comments on websites such as this/Caribarena etc. The corruption is so ingrained and the thinking is so entrenched that perhaps we still need a little longer, although the process is definitely happening now (compared to previous years). Our history, slavery, Christianity, lack of education etc all play a part in this set-up and mindset, but I do believe it is slowly changing...
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@ Foreigner

#5 Meigo Man » 2013-11-17 07:38

You have some gall! Instead of berating the UPP Leader and Government of failing to act on what you seem to know is insurmountable evidence, you chose to attack Mr. Browne for not acting against Asot!

We all witnessed the video tapes produced just before the 2004 elections with the scandal used against the ALP Leader Lester Bird! Once the UPP had gained the Government, all of this "evidence" fell by the wayside...mission accomplished! Everyone remembers the video...how many remember that Lester bird won his fight to clear his name in the Court?

Come on foreigner...the best way for an accused person to be punished or cleared, is for him to have his day in Court! This time the proverbial ball is in the UPP's court!

Come on! Then Baldwin would drop a Minister for hiding his Stanford Fees in an off-shore Bank Account; or his Ambassador for Stadium road rip-off; or himself for buying old engines and saying they new - then again your issue is not with the UPP!
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RE: Choose Your Leaders Wisely

#4 a » 2013-11-17 06:36

Choops. What are we to share? Its ONE man talking and making accusations and we all know asot, he will do anything to bring down persons that he has fallen out with. The DPP sent back the IHI file to the police because nothing was there to even bring a charge so please give me a break.
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RE: Choose Your Leaders Wisely

#3 Dingo Lay » 2013-11-17 05:24

Good article. Gaston is silent on Asot and the tapes because he needs Asot's money to get the ALP into power. So, he turns a blind eye to the corruption tapes and pretends they do not exist. Gaston believes he can control Asot once they are in power but Asot is uncontrollable. If Asot does not get what he wants from PM Browne, Asot will do what is necessary to take him down. Asot has no limits.
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We know our priorities!

#2 Patriot Mind » 2013-11-17 05:04

We Antiguans and Barbudans know what our priorities are, and also are demanding more from our politicians! This is exactly why we are saying that the failed UPP administration must go sooner rather than later!!!!! We have no time for fairy-tales or the ramblings of what sounds like made-up recordings. If there were any substance to them, then I believe the UPP controlled Police and the UPP controlled Director of Public Prosecution would be at work. Until the recordings are authenticated then I and most people will remain skeptical. Remember, every one is innocent until proven guilty, even the writer of this article have that protection!
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RE: Choose Your Leaders Wisely

#1 haha » 2013-11-17 04:24

wheel and come again. Steupss
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