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No Voice Derrick - Serpent Charmed

No Voice Derrick- Serpent CharmedPrior to the 2004 general elections, the Observer Media Group shed the light on "all that was hidden," much to the demise of the Antigua Labour Party.

Remember the ALP was stuck on secrecy and control of the media to the point where Observer had to take its plight all the way to the Privy Council for authority to operate.

Hey, when Observer won, Antigua & Barbuda rejoiced, for we all won. Well, except the ALP and its supporters.



What was quite evident then was the power of the media in fighting for the people.

Since 2004 and the coming of age of the United Progressive Party, the Observer Group, it seems, is picking its fights.

There is no doubt that Winston Derrick, the publisher of The Daily Observer and the voice of the “Voice of the People," is not a fan of Attorney General Justin Simon.

Why is anybody’s guess, but on a number of occasions, Derrick in particular has called out Simon, who in my view needs to be called out.

Other members of the UPP have been called out as well, mainly due to the fact that government ministers have been refusing to appear on Derrick’s show.

Others members, and the government as well, have been criticized by the Observer for various actions during their eight years in office.

Surely, Wilmoth Daniel has had venom spewed his way via the Snake Pit and its host Algernon “Serpent” Watts.

When Daniel attempted to rent a new office, Serpent uncoiled, lashed out, and begged Daniel to do the right thing and leave taxpayers' monies alone.

Well done Serpent; taxpayers depend on the media to hold public officials responsible.

Fast forward to 2009, and the commissioning of the "new" Chinese power plant, which will cost the taxpayers of this country a minimum of US$52 M.

Caribarena.COM, a credible news organisation in Antigua & Barbuda, has uncovered evidence that suggested that this Chinese power plant is not only way overpriced, but also appears to be old.

Where is the passion that Derrick had when Observer rallied the people against former Prime Minister Lester Bird and the ALP?

Remember the issue of the under-aged young woman?

Look, don’t get me wrong, I agreed that Observer and Derrick were correct to pursue anyone, especially one in such a high office on such a matter.

The question is, why is Observer not hot on the trail of the Chinese Power Plant?

As a matter of fact, Derrick suggested that he is not too concerned whether the Chinese Power Plant is old or new. Really?

Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer can OK US$52 M for a power plant, and members of the media are not concerned whether that price tag is for a new or old plant?



What happened to the voice of the people?

OK, Observer and Derrick may not understand that such a price is extreme.

The same company that was granted the contract for this power plant claimed that they agreed to this project with Antigua & Barbuda to the price of US$23 M.

The thing is, Caribarena.COM, an independent agency, has done all the investigative work, and the evidence is there for the world to see.

As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words, and in the case of the Chinese Power Plant, millions of words have been stated with many pictures posted.

Where is the Voice of the People demanding answers from the prime minister, Ambassador David Shoul, APUA, and the government?

Why is the loud voice of Derrick so silent on this issue, or even Serpent?

We hope that Derrick will be shouting from the VC Bird Airport from the perch of his new office - the former Sun Printing and Publishing home of Antigua Sun.

Derrick and the Observer may hide behind their love of the prime minister, and may even agree with the stories coming out of the UPP camp that Caribarena.COM is the internet arm of the ALP.

What Derrick and Observer cannot deny is the fact that Caribarena.COM is a legitimate and credible news agency.

We will not print the letter, at least not this time around, that was sent to a former Observer employee that was fired for working with Caribarena.COM.

On Monday, Caribarena.COM released a letter written by Minister of Health Wilmoth Daniel to Prime Minister Spencer calling for an investigation into the Chinese Power Plant.

On Tuesday, on his Voice of the People Show, Derrick scoffed at the idea that a news agency should be able to grab hold of such a letter.

Really, Winston Derrick?

That’s what we in the media do.

Did you forget the number of important "dockisments" that Serpent used to release on air and we the people praised for his journalistic skills and boldness? So what now?

Is the prime minister a Snake charmer, putting the Serpent to sleep and awakening him only to lash out at those out of favour?



And what about Derrick, the self proclaimed "fooley boy from Ovals"?

I doubt Derrick is fooled into anything.

He appears to act on his own reasons, a dangerous recipe for anyone with the voice believed to be the “Voice of God”.

The media is a fraternity that should work together for the benefit of the people.

The United Progressive Party has failed the people of Antigua & Barbuda, just like the ALP and the media must come out in defence of the people. How about that?

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antiguan idiot

#43 new yourker » 2012-04-24 16:10

Antiguan woman you sounds like an idiot, you should read the bible, or speak to someone that does.then and just then you might refrain from spouting.
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Observer

#42 Leghorn » 2012-04-13 09:37

Observer is UPP-aligned. I don't think there is any doubt where that is concerned, and I have no issue if any news organization shows support for a partiuclar party. But, if the party does wrong, absolute foolishness such as we see in the UPP, why would any news organization that wants to maintain credibility turn a blind eye to the issues and act as if nothing at all is wrong. That's just perplexing and sad!
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Where's the magic

#41 Tangled web » 2012-04-13 09:00

Although I might agree with a fw points in the article , I think that Magic with his sour grapes should realize that he is guilty of the same behavior with which he is charging Observer. Come on Magic, we know your issues.
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observer too bias and one sided.ABS air waves

#40 galileo » 2012-04-07 07:45

that reptile is really crafted and skilled with what he does.that venom is very dangerous and I dont trust it at all,he is a very dangerous serpent for real.dangerous and worthless.
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no more observer

#39 purcell » 2012-04-05 19:13

i will never buy another observer paper ever..one sided anybody turn their radio to observer when serphant is on is probably bored and have nothing to do ,because only what he says goes.
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old engines

#38 purcell » 2012-04-05 19:10

well said magic ,serphant sing for his food alp left office so long ago and yet still his shows is still about alp so sick.hope he continues to find what he can find about the alp ,not even crusader radio is so one sided ......please tell me what the upp is not doing or doing alp is out of office . some of u guys have on blue and red paint and dont matter what happen u would still vote for the color ,it dont take a rocket scientist to see and know the engines are old ,old engines we got a pig in a bag.
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RE: No Voice Derrick - Serpent Charmed

#37 Morkel » 2012-04-05 07:26

All news media tend to slant towards a particular direction. Fox news is republican msnbc and NBC democrats. The observers slant doesn't permeate throughout observer radio it's has always been presenters to presenters. The guy from Dominica was in the alp pocket so he attacked Daniel and UPP daily. xxexxton was also an alp mole he started the brown paper bag at an arcade. Serpent is the golden boy for the UPP like Derrick when things are not in their favor they lash out, as soon as all is well there are in no mood for anything against the govt. I heard him attack Daniel like no other it's almost personal. He is very personal at times using his microphone to belittle persons. Daniel has talked about the 40,000 which was reported to be a pay off for the work leading up to the 2004 elections. Lovell is the snakes new boy but Winston still long for the days when xxxt held the purse,observer flourished not a word about the reckless spending that happen under dr. mr d is always hostile towards Lovell and maginley. When the dr is on it's like comfort zone. It's no love of country anymore it's all self interest. the vibrant civil society dormant sine 04.
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RE: No Voice Derrick - Serpent Charmed

#36 Rubbin alcohol » 2012-04-04 22:20

This guy serpent doesn't have any class at all. I heard him making mockery of a calypsonian whose family he manage to wreck. He contantly use his microphone to embar** the guy.The UPP has done a great disservice by giving this dude a independence award.
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@ Dr Bernard Thomas

#35 sad person » 2012-04-04 22:19

Not sure what you are trying to say. Cool ruler is saying that Caribarena is an extension of the ALP, with a political agenda to help the ALP. I am saying that it would be illogical for Caribarena to have an agenda to help the ALP and at the same time lash out at them, because they would be contradicting themselves.You are saying I'm mentally disturbed. I'm not sure how you arrived at that conclusion, and I sure hope you aren't a p**.
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@ Sad Person

#34 Dr Bernard Thomas » 2012-04-04 21:49

I will add that you not only sound like a "sad person" but one that is mentally disturbed. WHo knows, your sadness might be asymptomatic of that. Without reading cool ruler's blog I infer from your post that you are making a case whereby in your opinion Caribarena might have lashed the ALP so what if it now appears that the are lashing the UPP. FYI: All of this is consistent with the agenda and freedom of democracy we thankfully enjoyed. One can waffle and change their interest as newspapers do all the times. Afterall dont we all as voters change party?
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cool ruler

#33 sad person » 2012-04-04 20:54

You seriously need a brain. Like a proper one, not this little blue potato chip you have in your head. I've seen just how much you care about Antigua and Barbuda. Enough to fart your biased, thoughtless, and idiotic little comments on Caribarena, the very same website that actually publishes your little snippets of stupidity. What have you done for the betterment of your country? What have you done to hold your government accountable? ZERO. Nothing, zilch. Even if Caribarena has an agenda (which I kind of doubt. Looking in the archives, there's a ton of "anti-alp" material) but if they do have an agenda, at least the things they are doing are right. demanding answers from the government, investigating their every move, and hammering them constantly is the function of the media. IF you don't think so, I'd say shove that opinion into a certain place and leave the rest of us alone.
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RE: No Voice Derrick - Serpent Charmed

#32 Morris » 2012-04-04 16:47

Thanks Magic. Very informative and enlightening article. I too am somewhat curious as to why there hasn't been much noise coming from the Observer's sector. The silence is troubling.
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RE: No Voice Derrick - Serpent Charmed

#31 DadliMan » 2012-04-04 15:03

Well said Magic. I am still awed as to the level of respect given to the night time reptile. Listening to this guy, he clearly isn't the sharpest knife in the draw. However, there is no escaping the fact that he is very impressed with himself, and God knows he has very little reason to be.

The Observer Group plays the role of mouthpiece for the UPP. Many are in the pockets of the UPP politicians, and sing the UPP praises on queue. But what else should we expect from a media house where a large percentage of its “journalists” double as communication officers for the ruling administration? How could we possibly expect them to be objective? Wilmoth Daniel has become the favourite night time whipping boy because he stopped xxxx his box xxxx. Once the xxx xxxx stopped, the venom of the serpent was unleashed.

As for Derrick, he is plain and simple a business man. Even though he lambasted the ALP prior to 2004, he was still able to enjoy choice pieces of the pie that were not offered to everyone. Today, he continues to peddle influence and play the role of power broker. People like him never lose. They always have Option B available.
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The Lived Experience of Anticolonial Political Activity PT2

#30 John French II » 2012-04-04 13:52

Notes From A Native Son Of The Roock. Many "Colons" by their Words & Deeds have never ceded their high ground to the "Natives" who either through 'ethical badmindedness" or "edge-up arriviste" are totally lost in a healty social context: Quote:
They do not understand that The consciousness of self is not the closing of the door to communication. Philosophic thought teaches us, on the contrary, that it is its guarantee. National consciousness, which is not nationalism, is the only way to give us an international dimension.
Place VC in the "Dustbin of History" and through thought control and economics return to respectability like Captain Morgan.
"Lest We Forget!" Crusoe has made it known to all who would listen that he holds the entrails of The Chief Servant in his hands andwill be able to rip them out from the Body Politc. He has no intention to do so to return the m** to their rightful position.
"Pay Attention"! Quote:
We hope that Derrick will be shouting from the VC Bird Airport from the perch of his new office - the former Sun Printing and Publishing home of Antigua Sun.
Heaven Help The Nation Of Antigua & Barbuda.
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Lef Antigua people newspaper ‘lone

#29 PLM » 2012-04-04 13:37

First of all, the Observer Group is the only independent media house in Antigua. And like all sensible Antiguans, they easily identified these contrived ALP old wives tales as ALP propaganda. Antigua people want real news not fantastical yarns spun by Lester’s Guyanese handlers.
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RE: No Voice Derrick - Serpent Charmed

#28 Beauty » 2012-04-04 13:36

From the sideline, Bernard Thomas and Pompey, I totally agree with you all. Everyone have their agenda, even Caribarena.
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The Lived Experience of Anticolonial Political Activity PT1

#27 John French II » 2012-04-04 13:23

Notes From A Native Son Of The Rock. That many "Natives" continue to read & listen to Robinson Crusoe and His Men Friday's gives a clear lie to the Anticolonial Activity of VC Bird and The Thirty Niners. Those "Natives"who lived, went to school, played and enjoyed what little joys were available with those "Colons" in the poor neighbourhood of Ovals fully understood that the grounds for mutual recognition, in the period of reengineering, redesigning, reengineering, restructuring and realigning the socio-economic and political fortunes of the m** called for recognition from the other while respecting that it not be recognition that reduced it to identity. This idea of reciprocity was sadly misunderstood by the "Natives". The "Colons" never ceded to the system of interpenetration. Some returned to the North Atlantic lived in enclaves furthest away from any trace of their past fortunes. Others remained and engaged in commerce recognizing the achilles heel of the march to independence. We are taught never to judge a book by its cover. Quote:
"A fly that dances carelessly in front of a spider's web risks the wrath of the spider's teeth." Nigerian Proverb
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RAWLSTON POMPEY

#26 tenman » 2012-04-04 12:53

RAWLSTON POMPEY is correct regarding the Chinese power plant and Winston Derrick. However, I am yet to hear to nighttime reptile with "files" speak on the issue. RAWLSTON POMPEY, the problem with Derrick is he adds the disclaimer that he has information which refutes what the government is claiming, but he seems unprepared to present all the info to the public. Unless he is asked by a caller, the issue is hardly mentioned. Its almost as if you have to push him to engage on the topic. The newspaper, Daily Observer hardly carries any article (not letters) on the Wadadli power plant issue. The same was true with the spending by the ministry of sports. During the MBS saga, the newspaper practically daily demanded a commission of inquiry. These days the fire is gone.

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@ Colin

#25 Dr Bernard Thomas » 2012-04-04 12:32

Amidst your rhetorical response I challenge you to disapprove my statement. Lets take the CNN's, the Fox News, the BBC's etc out the equation as their political agenda are every so clear. Which media outlet (print, radio, or online) can you say operating in Antigua doesn't subscribe to an agenga albeit consciously or subconsciously.
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Pot Calling Kettle Black

#24 From the Sideline » 2012-04-04 11:18

What is it that you folks do not understand. You do not bite the hand that feeds you. Magic was not writing these revelations a few month ago or even a few years ago. He was not in a position to do so. I guess circumstances has changed so now he can do so. Everything is very hypocritical. Even the good serpent knows who is paying his bills and will drop any story or stay away from it when told so to do. And kid you not Derrick knows how to keep Observer's door open. APUA has shown its musscles to both ZDK and Crusader. I remember times when Stanford's name was all over de radio and next there was a meeting of the minds at the famous hangar at the private airport and voala. Stanford Group was order to place $xxxxxx.xx worth of commercials in Radio and Print and the stories just died. Money talks everything else walks. I like the movie "Indecent Proposal" cause it shows what men/women would not do if nthe price is right. They say every man has his price. Just name yours.
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Disappointed

#23 dadlison » 2012-04-04 11:14

I was holding off on commenting until I heard Mr. Derrick's response on his show. Having heard it I must say I am disappointed. He did not address the issues he is charged with in the article, dismissing it completely.

Whether I agree with the article or not, I think the Observer needs to stop dismissing Caribarena as a small waste of space and start recognising it is here to stay, carries weight and they need to address the allegations it lays with the deserved defence. They seem like an organisation that is unhappy with losing out on the scoop.
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@ Dr. Bernard Thomas

#22 Colin » 2012-04-04 10:36

I strongly suggest that you are spewing absolute nonsense - are you a Phd, a medical doctor or a dentist? maybe a vet? Did you go to a school where people are taught to think straight?
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MURDER!

#21 Princessa » 2012-04-04 10:36

I LOVED this article............. its like just diplomatic in every way. So refreshing. Caribarena.COM I need a job from you. Ethics are ethics calling out people on their wrong doings despite their political affiliation. All I have to say can I get a JOB SERIOUSLY!
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INADVERTENCY OR CALCULATED OMISSION?

#20 RAWLSTON POMPEY » 2012-04-04 10:06

Not a contributor to his newspaper, but there may be "...inadvertency or calculated omissions" to this article.
As to Derrick not concerned "...whether the plant was old or new," that is true. However, like all other responsible citizens calling for accountability, he to became passionate and had asked "...Did we get value for money."

In other words, his contentions were, if the plants were "...OLD" should it cost the sum reportedly paid, and vice versa, if it was "...NEW" did we get value for money? SIX of one, HALF dozen of the same item, changes neither the item nor the price.

In business transactions, the most important consideration is "...VALUE FOR MONEY." This is contingent upon, but not limited to; quality;...functiona lity/operability; ...service; ...reliability; ...durability."
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THE UPP DEAD,OBSERVER WILL DIE WITH THEM ALSO.

#19 ANTIGUAN WOMAN » 2012-04-04 10:06

Listening to observer is soo not interesting anymore,the topics are so trivial.And please leave God out of this nonsense,the voice of GOD NEVER LIES.Who call themself Serpent anyway? We all know what a serpent represents.
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Big up Magic

#18 Fooley Boy from Oval » 2012-04-04 09:57

Well Said Magic .................... This is one if not your best piece keep up the good work. Have to keep this one in my archives.


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RE: No Voice Derrick - Serpent Charmed

#17 Me Too » 2012-04-04 09:55

"Where is the passion that Derrick had when Observer rallied the people against former Prime Minister Lester Bird and the ALP?"

"The question is, why is Observer not hot on the trail of the Chinese Power Plant?"

I have been wondering the same thing myself. Dem go ALL THE WAY to the Privy Council and now it appears the Observer Group is undermining the same freedom and rights it fought so hard for.

All this talk about "Let there be light" but where is the Observer Group's "light" in exposing the "darkness" surrounding this Power Plant fiasco?

Any sense of respect and apparent credibility of the OG now comes in to question.
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RE: No Voice Derrick - Serpent Charmed

#16 Well! » 2012-04-04 09:44

The bloggers here are amazing!
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A Spade?

#15 Asita Ngash » 2012-04-04 09:38

By what other name should one call a Spade?
Welcome back my friend!
I hope the sojourn was developmental. From your words i see they are.
When the voice of the people, end up in the snake pit?
Are we still hearing the voice of God? or that of ....... "the better of two evils".
Ha ha ha,
Welcome Back!
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Cool Ruler

#14 tenman » 2012-04-04 09:37

Cool Ruler thanks for the comic relief. Strange when they carry stories exposing the problems in the ALP you had no problem with those. Its the full picture you dislike.

Magic, you seem to have forgotten that Fergie Derrick made it public some years ago, after an alleged fight with Assot at Casino Riveria, that Observer's mission was to get the ALP out of power. This mission, is still in place and makes it difficult for Observer to be independent. I am yet to hear the current chairman state a change from this mission. Examples are seen in the way stories and interviews involving the ALP have the reporter practically being adversarial. It would not be an issue if the same treatment was meted out to members on the government side.

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RE: No Voice Derrick - Serpent Charmed

#13 Dr Bernard Thomas » 2012-04-04 09:36

There is no such thing as a credible media organisation as intonated by the writer of this article. The media always has an agenda. In the USA the media has an opinion that is either conservation, far left or far right. In Antigua its either an opinion that supports the UPP or one that supports the ALP.
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No voice

#12 listening » 2012-04-04 09:06

Mr. D said "give me a break, give me an aspirin, give me something". have you ever considered that maybe he still has the headache and needs the aspirin, and now needs a break. He may still be in shock by the allegedly new/old machines.
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Freedom of speech is still alive

#11 nitty gritty » 2012-04-04 08:29

:lol: For a long while I thought the way Observer reports was basically deja-vu (a repeat of what was taking place in the past)>>>> and now this piece of just whirrled in from Majic and alas i feel there is hope again. WELL SAID Majic. Its not about party it should always be about country first. Even though Wilmouth Daniel may have is own personal agenda, just like everyone else in government, I say kudos for taking a bold step to seek clarification on the whole power plant issue. I just hope he doesnt jump ship cause that will be a bummer *keeps fingers crossed*
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RE: No Voice Derrick - Serpent Charmed

#10 Cool Ruler » 2012-04-04 08:16

After your long sojourn away from Caribarena, suddenly you have popped up in recent weeks and have joined the bandwagon clamoring for so called answers even thou the answers have already been provided. I know that the serpent cant more than answer you but what stuck out for me in your diatribe was when you said “ Caribarena.com is a credible news organization in Antigua & Barbuda” Really! In journalistic circles Caribarena in print form would be considered nothing more than a rag.

The truth is, Caribarena is a business owned by an Israeli who could care less about what’s in the best interest of Antigua and Barbuda, he has his own political agenda and is willing to use people like you to carry out the wishes of his puppet masters in the ALP who he wants back in government. This website is just being used as the internet arm of the ALP pure and simple.
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"magic, you read my mind"

#9 Antiguan Youth » 2012-04-04 08:05

I dreamt of this article after listening to "voice of the people" and the "snake pit" yesterday/lastnight. Magic this 1 is "magical" good going.
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Calvary

#8 Barabas » 2012-04-04 07:37

Good Job Magic and Carib Arena! History will show that PM BS chose David over Wilmouth!
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David!

#7 G Y John » 2012-04-04 07:35

Leave this issue alone! They going clean up the generators and invite everyone to visit!

David is a patriot who has managed to a lot for Antigua!
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Sunshine!

#6 ACLM » 2012-04-04 07:32

Winston is compromised!
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Brother!

#5 Fergie » 2012-04-04 07:31

Dear Magic,

Winston did come out against the Generators on one of his TALK TO THE PEOPLE programmes! Apart from that, i agree with you, that he has remained silent.

Forget Serpent...I believe he has his own agenda!

Finally, I believe that Winston has a plan...stay tuned!
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Applause

#4 Applause » 2012-04-04 06:36

Applause this fair and even handed article. Much respect. Maybe the FOOLIE boy is truly "FOOLIE FOR MONEY" to keep his fragile business floating. Agitate but NEVER bite the hand that feeds ya; and the Snake's MOUTH just full-a-CHEESE.
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Congratulations Magic

#3 ABESAK » 2012-04-04 06:26

Look Magic, go to the had of the class :lol: . It is not that certain radio personality is not talking, to me, they are just talking the stories their pay masters have selected. We are promised in God's words that all that is hidden will be brought to light. WE HAVE HEARD WHO GOT MONEY; WE HAVE HEARD WHO WANTED LAND BUT THAT DAMN ATTORNEY GENERAL SEEMED TO HAVE BEE THE FLY IN THE OINTMENT WHO PREVENTED THE "DEAL" :lol: More will come out because one thing we have learned in this country, is that once you have put your hands "in the cookie jar" you will NOT get it out and the "picture" is not printed in the media. IT IS THEIR FAMILIES/CHILDREN (those spoken about and those kept secret) that will carry their shame when they cannot or may not be able to. Trust me Magic, they sicken me like I know they sicken a lot of persons in this country and world-wide but I will continue to trust in God. HE WILL BRING THEIR JUSTICE.
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Reptile

#2 In the Pit » 2012-04-04 06:20

Magic: Don't you thing in order to obtain that spanking Stanford building at the air port, Winston had to agree to some 'free media p**' to the Government? I listened to you and sampson the other day...Excellent piece of journalism.
I stopped buying the Observer a long time ago when they seemed to be a partisan News Paper...
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RE: No Voice Derrick - Serpent Charmed

#1 woods » 2012-04-04 04:14

Well said Magic. Personally I have always grouped Derrick and Serpent in the same barrel with the politicians. Just a bunch of power hungry oportunists.
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