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Leadership Is A leaky Ship

Leadership Is A leaky ShipALP Leadership Dispute Settled - Now that the Antigua Labour Party (ALP) has democratically determined that the controversial MP for City West Gaston Browne is the person who will most likely lead the party into the upcoming 2014 general elections,

aside from my earnest congratulations to the victor, I am intellectually induced to consider the critical ramifications of his triumph, in the context of the transformative, crisis leadership required to pull Antigua & Barbuda out of its current economic quagmire.

Though I hope that the key factors that tilted the ultimate decision of the delegates voting at the ALP convention were rooted in a determination of the candidate they believed, in good conscience, has the leadership skills, knowledge and experience required to unify the factious party, inspire the electorate, attract foreign investment, stimulate local entrepreneurship and improve the lives of the suffering society, one would be naive to discount the extraordinary influence of pecuniary incentives and the alarming level of political chicanery involved in the process.



It is well known that “politics is a really dirty game”, where the outcome is not always decided on the merits, but in the end, the more perceptive politician prevails. More than anything else, the convention result marks the end of a dynastic leadership era the country has long awaited. You may recall when the Progressive Labour Movement (PLM) rallied the nation to “spread the word and sweep out Bird”, the Father of the Nation is noted for having said that he will retain the metaphoric broomsticks that swept him from power. In the same vein, Gaston Browne is well advised to recognize that the “comeback kid” is a shrewd Svengali who admittedly, “na tek laas lik”, so he must be vigilant not to win the battle and lose the war.

While the usual suspects who gave rise to the 2004 “anti-corruption referendum” eagerly await their return to power, the change at the top will not be sufficient to force the United Progressive Party (UPP) to relent from effectively reminding the People that they are looking at virtually the same ALP that plundered the country during its twenty-eight (28) year “reign of corruption”.

The Elixir of Power
In light of Lester Bird’s public concession that he wants only to lead his beloved party to one last victory and then will hand over the reins of leadership to the heir apparent after two years, the acrimony of the challenge to his leadership speaks pellucidly to an underlying, unspoken truth. Indeed, Gaston Browne is obviously ambitious, as well as qualified to hold the party’s leadership, but the hostility attending the challenge, considering the totality of the circumstances, suggests a complete lack of confidence in Lester Bird’s ability to steer the party to election victory in 2014. In that context, the offer extended to Lester Bird in Gaston Browne’s manifesto may be interpreted as respectful and appropriate.

On the other hand, is Lester Bird justified in wanting to end his illustrious political career on a high note, retiring as the leader of the party to which he dedicated his life, or is it a case where a “geriatric albatross” with a damagingly low approval rating, had to be prevented from permitting his ego to diminish the party’s chances at the upcoming polls?

Notwithstanding the virtues of either position, Gaston Brown’s contention at the convention that Lester Bird’s idea of passing of the baton after two years would plunge the nation into crisis must be viewed as a politically palatable euphemism of a bitter truth of no confidence.

It would not be rhetorical to ask, now that the deed is done, whether it is more likely that the ALP can mount an effective campaign and prevail at the next election after its delegates decided to jettison Lester Bird and propel Gaston Browne to the helm of the party.

To grasp the full significance of this question, it must be evaluated in the context of the ALP’s eccentric approach to campaign financing. There is no need to explain the direct positive correlation between money and successful political campaigns in Antigua & Barbuda. In that connection, one must recognized the pivotal role that Lester Bird has played for decades in attracting campaign funds into the party and ensuring that said funds were distributed to candidates with limited war chests.



While the ALP candidates from the corruption era have the means to finance their own campaigns, the ALP will not have a snowball’s chance in hell of capturing nine (9) seats in the next general elections if its campaign’s full slate is not adequately funded. And now that the most indispensable fundraising talent in the party has been unceremoniously disparaged, disgraced and demoted, it is less likely that his auspices will be equally motivated. Apparently, the astute Gaston Browne carefully considered this fallout and opted to play a dangerous game with a fat piggybank that plays both sides and deposes allegiance only to self-preservation.

An even more telling precursor of things to come is the ungodly alliance that has emerged from the ALP leadership battle, which features the once inseparable sidekick of the defeated albatross, jockeying with pieces of silver in hand to become the sidekick of the man who would be king. Be not dismayed, the comrades have a saying that “there are no permanent friends and no permanent enemies”.

Plus it has been wisely whispered in polite circles that “running with the hares and hunting with the hounds” is the going quid pro quo for his anticipated return to the right hand of the constitutional monarch. In the interest of averting the inevitable consequences of dancing with the devil, I am inclined to counsel Gaston Browne with the famous words of Peter Drucker: “Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.” Better yet, heed the words of my maternal grandmother and “no go tek kan-kan-sa-ness an go shake cocobay people han”.

Leadership
Leadership is actually defined as a process by which a person influences a group of individuals to accomplish a common objective and directs the organization in a way that makes it more cohesive, coherent and effective. By that standard, a political leader is not only required to sway votes in his favor, he is expected to influence and direct his organization to deliver the greatest amount of good to the constituents he serves.

With that said, it is specious to suggest that one has to be the ultimate leader of an organization to positively influence its activities. For the most part, the leaders we have experienced in Antigua & Barbuda fall into the unscrupulous, opportunistic, nepotistic, and narcissistic categories; they are more concerned with filling the pockets of a small few than with the general welfare of the People, and hence my incessant appeal for new blood.

As new major weaknesses in the UPP’s battle armor are beginning to show in rural south; as ensuing implosion of the party appears to be its self-ordained fate; the need for young patriotic leaders to surface has never been more pronounced. It is unalloyed insanity to believe that economic development and national progress will come from the same crop of leaders that have not been able to present the nation with a workable economic recovery plan after almost a decade of anguish. Talented Antiguans and Barbudans with political ambitions must quickly realize that “[i]n periods where there is no leadership, society stands still. Progress occurs when courageous, skillful leaders seize the opportunity to change things for the better.” Harry S Truman.

Even if you have no experience in politics or never held a leadership position, it is important to note that the walk of a thousand miles begins with the first step. Moreover, “[t]he most dangerous leadership myth is that leaders are born [trait leadership theory], that there is a genetic factor to leadership. That’s nonsense; in fact, the opposite is true. Leaders are made rather than born [process leadership theory].” Warren Bennis. With that guiding principle in mind, I implore the “talented tenth” of our nation to answer the clarion call to service of our nation and step forward to create a new era in our politics. Leaders in waiting must break free from the constraints of apathy and summon the courage to make history, as well as earn the right to look your children in the eye without shame for doing nothing but talk and blog while the ship of state runs aground.



As previously stated through this medium, I do not have any confidence in political manifestos, but I must admit that out of curiosity and personal admiration I perused the document presented by Gaston Browne and found it to be quite typical in an era that demands an innovative break from the past. I submit respectfully that, “[a] promise is a comfort to a fool,” and the people of Antigua & Barbuda will continue to be defined thusly if time and time again they continue to fall for unsubstantiated promises. Albeit, on account of an abiding optimism in what Gaston Browne represents, I await cogent explanations of the strategies he intends to employ to finance and subsequently realize his vision for the nation.

Recommendations
I conclude with a few words of advice for the ALP’s new political leader, which I hope will serve to orient current and future leaders to elements of the transformational leadership that the nation direly needs.

Put the People first. A political representative is a servant of the people s/he represents. At all times and particularly in parliament there is an obligation to represent the People you serve and not your personal agenda. The electorate is tactile and that can get tiresome, but let it not be said that the People only feel your presence when you are seeking votes.

Understand the significance and widespread effects of your actions, because errors and inappropriate practices, policies and programs of a government can wreak havoc in the lives of many, particularly the most vulnerable in society.

Lead with your strengths. You cannot be all things to all persons and remain effective. Surround yourself with the right people (no square pegs in round holes) to learn the needs of the persons you serve, to maximize the efficiency of your operations and to leverage your talents.

Make your own luck. Embrace your challenges, pursue your goals with passion and don’t permit your failures to define who you are.

As we look for leadership away from the dark cloud of incompetence that presently engulfs the nation, be reminded by the words of Joel Baker that “[a] leader is a person you will follow to a place you wouldn’t go by yourself.” An eager nation awaits the first steps of the new leader of the ALP, so walk good.

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SLY-THATGUY aka G.M.C.(global market cricis

#25 OUTOFANTIGUA » 2014-02-19 01:07

Are you saying Sly we should Say nothing, Do nothing, but wait until your little Leprechaun emerge from His Rainbow? But you must realize the Rainbow needs the Sun to come out from under this UPP Cloud to do her Wonders, and show her Beautiful Colors.
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Clever!

#24 John French II » 2012-11-29 23:19

Notes From A Native Son Of The Rock! Touche! Friends, CountryWomen/Men, En Garde! Many of us have been taught that "Partnership Is a Leaky Ship" and for this we have not developed an entrepreneurial class. As of this date, we have not been able to make a dent on Scots Row. Still Roadside Vendors.
SP speaks of "Leadership Is A Leaky Ship". To be forewarned is to be forearmed. As the Vendor at the market says, Pay Attention! to the Elixir of Power as the Pimpernel asks the rethorical question to its end. Strategic. Shaka & Chaku are salivating.
After looking closely at the Gang of Four, GB, AM CB & TL, and the 'talented tenth' in their putsch against Paddy for Gerry whom they stated is eminently qualified by rank, station and quality causes me uneasiness, given the Pimpernel's history that Quote:
the leaders we have experienced in Antigua & Barbuda fall into the unscrupulous, opportunistic, nepotistic, and narcissistic categories; they are more concerned with filling the pockets of a small few than with the general welfare of the People,

Hope Springs Eternal the The Youthful Comrade Leader will heed the Wise Recommendations! Oh Gad! Pray Wid Mi!
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Skyewill

#23 Antigua Bill » 2012-11-29 20:10

Skyewill be careful Jumbee Picknee talk about black pineapple. I was born in Antigua but I am of the Ashanti tribe. It is a known fact that the Akan people are out of Ghana and the Ivory Coast. Kumasi is Ashanti territory and so was Poters where many of the slaves who lived there was the area mentioned above. I have roots in Potters. I am aware that farmers in Ghana are now complaning about pineapple trade with Europe. Is the black pineapple out of Ghana?
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@ my way of helping

#22 Invisible Hand » 2012-11-29 19:45

I agree with you 110% . I am not into the partisan politics that takes place in Antigua, because it hurts me to se how unreasonable and mindless we get over politics.

However, one thing for sure is that it was a big mistake for Gaston to seize the reins of his party in a manner that alienated and angered the base. A peaceful transition would have been a much better strategy.

If he was a little more patient, he would be able to use the time an effort that is now required to heal the additional fractions in the party to focus on defeating UPP.

Gaston would be better off join forces with Lester than with disco dumplin, everybody know he cannot be trusted.
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@ Dr Isaac Newton et al

#21 Scarlet Pimpernel » 2012-11-29 19:24

Doc, Thank you and the other bloggers for the kind words of appreciation and encouragement. I speak my truth from an abiding love of our beloved Antigua and a patriotic zeal to contribute to our nation's development, regardless of politics.

I want everyone to understand that we do not have to agree on the way forward, or who should get us to the Promised Land of Prosperity, but we must continue to engage our leaders and each other with respect, mindfulness and maturity.

Solutions to our problems will inevitably emerge from the think tank of our collective contributions.

Thanks for all of your insightful comments.
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@ skyewill

#20 Jumbee Picknee » 2012-11-29 18:56

A harden-niss, rude-niss and own-way-niss mek we. U mouth mussa wata to bumbo ebrie time u see de green pineapple...give thanks fu de knowledge
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@ skyewill

#19 Jumbee Picknee » 2012-11-29 18:46

Thank you! Now we know, the real "black pineapple" story. I live and learn every day, and I had better.
Now, we can even take some real black pineapple seedings to Wadadli once we do the right thing, as we take control of a piece of the Triangular Trade Route.
Hail, Ethiopia sweet n silky too with a salty **ery flava-flav...
That 10 mil is headed down to Point and Villa...a Swallow say so...
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@ Jumbee Picknee

#18 skyewill » 2012-11-29 18:13

The pineapple story is just that ana true. The real Black pineapple grows in the central region of Ghana. it never turns yellow or orange. it stays a dark green/black and the fruit is white. Sweet, sweet, sweet, too sweet. I was in Kumasi when I discovered it. I sent for some fruit and the butler brought it to me. i was mad cause I said i wan to eat it now and I thought it was green. So I went to find a better and riper one and I found the yellow skinned one and ate it and it was good. A few days later I checked on my green pine and it was still green. everyone kept telling me it was ready but you know me, I argued and waited a few more day when I noticed it was spoinling but still green. so i cut it open and when I tasted it. I could not believe it. There is only one thing sweeter in Ghana....Anyway..I also discovered the real Antigua Flag..long story
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@ Jumbee Picknee

#17 skyewill » 2012-11-29 18:03

Where Can I send your 10 million? and will you manage the solar panals on the new jail Flying to Talahasse in the morning with 6 big suit cases the rest goes in the bank ..over
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@ SlyThatGuy

#16 Jumbee Picknee » 2012-11-29 17:21

Excuses are for those who sits idly by, and always wonder why?
Our Nation, REDONDA, Barbuda & Antigua is but a small village when compared with many jurisdictions around the World. We have enough resources in direct proportion to the size of the Population, whereby, even if the certain areas of the World is in a Recession/Depression , we should have had "STOP GAP MEASURES" in place to stop us from falling into this quagmire.
And Granny say too "NO HANG U HAT, WEY U CAN'T RECH UM".....PLAIN & SIMPLE, GREED, SELFISHNESS, COWARDICE, TO "BAD-MINDEDNESS" IS TO BE BLAMED...
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@ Lord Have Mercy

#15 SlyThatGuy » 2012-11-29 16:16

Lord Have Mercy, while it's true that the United States and Canada are on their way to recovery economically,they're still a long way from normalcy. For example,home prices are still falling,the deficit remains wider than it has been before the downturn,and unemployment is still high. People are still out of jobs. And there is the prediction that it will sink dramatically in 2013. Germany, on the other hand, tends to be doing a little bit better only because its economy got a big boosts from the Asian market,which has an insatiable appetite for German made vehicles. But they still haven't regain their footing totally and are struggling. Even though we have a smaller economy than those giants you mentioned,It's going to be even harder for Antigua & Barbuda to recover,because we are a poor,little country with hardly any industries.
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@ SP

#14 Dr. Isaac Newton » 2012-11-29 15:56

Hi SP: We all missed your thoughtful contributions. Keep writing with prophetic. This commentary burns with practical caution. It challenges us to embrace leadership change on the personal, communal, national and regional planes. Yet, we must be mindful of investing in that brand of leaders that inspires collective greatness and evokes excellence in execution! It is possible for us to collect all those experienced-delights couched in folkloric power that our fore parents have left us? How unique are these sayings that you have captured to the Antiguan/Barbudan culture? Perhaps we should begin to memorialize our fore parents’ angelic voices as a map to guide the next generation into a more brilliant future. Your Solomonic recommendations to Gaston Browne are timely. Bright and sunny regards!
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RE: Leadership Is A leaky Ship

#13 my way of helping » 2012-11-29 15:16

I think Gaston may be able to do the job, However, how Gaston did it, ruin the chances of a sure win for the ALP. There are ways to do things and for this, i strongly believe this is not the way.
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@ SlyThatGuy

#12 Lord Have Mercy » 2012-11-29 14:17

I realize that many sensible persons like yourself have listened to the UPP's explanation that the economic woes of the country are a result of the World Economic Crisis. Many people bought it hook line and sinker, because it is a very reasonable sounding explanation. I want you to examine the facts a little more closely and realize that nothing could be further from the truth.

Look at Europe, while Greece, Spain and Italy are struggling out of mismanagement, Germany, Russia, UK and france are well out of recession.

Look at the 2012 World bank Report for Latin America and realize that the middle class has grown by 50% while the region has experienced more than 5 years of impressive economic growth.

The larger economies of Africa are booming, while Canada and the US are back on the road to prosperity.

It is precisely because Antigua is a small economy why it is easier to fix the problems that mal administration has exaccerbated.

Do not take my word, do the research and you will find that the world is not suffering the way UPP wants you to believe. If they could get you to believe it UPP would blame their failure on the ALP.
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A Really Dirty Game

#11 Me Nar Lie » 2012-11-29 13:01

It is all well and good that Gaston is the new leader of the party, but we seem to be forgetting that ALP has to win nine seats to become the next Government.

If you take an unbiased look across the 17 constituencies you will realize that it will be very difficult for Gaston can captain the current crew to victory.

The closeness of the past elections in St Mary's North and Rural South make those to ALP seats vulnerable. It will be interesting to see the showdown between Dr. Benjaimin and Gaston's cousin Teco Lake. With Disco Dumplin financing the campaign against Molwyn he is likely to loose.

The closeness of the last election in St Pauls, Barbuda and Rural North make those 3 UPP seats equally vulnerable. I predict that Chet will definitely beat Namba the next time arround, but Arthur Nibbs may not be as fortunate.

Max Fernandez has the same chance of winning as Gaston has of losing against the Lester sponsored assault.

At any rate, Lester's health will fuel a victory for Cort, who will pull out all of the stops in the next race against his former mentor.

ALP does not stand a chance in any of the other
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RE: Leadership Is A Leaky Ship

#10 SlyThatGuy » 2012-11-29 13:00

It makes no difference how many new leaders the people of Antigua & Barbuda elect out of desperation,none of them - old or young - can correct or fix our economic problem. Because our economic situation(it's important to realize)did not stem from our having a poor government as every government is struggling with the same problem. Rather,it stems from the collapsed of the Global Market,which has to correct itself before our problem can go away. When it rains,we usually wait the storm out. Similarly, this Global Economic Crisis is a passing shower storm that we have to await an end to it(bear in mind that some storms last longer than others).I just wish that the government had some kind of food stamp program where the people who became totally or partially unemployed as a result of the recession would get assistance. Believe me, if that had came about earlier,hardly anybody would be calling for a change of leadership.
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Awesome Article

#9 LIVING WELL » 2012-11-29 12:49

I like it SP!!! Thanks for putting on the table a sane and solid definition of progressive even inspiring leadership. I value your short but solid recomendaitons to Gaston Browne and your reminder that the nasty game of politics can produce typical betrayals especially when the wrong folks are crowded to steal and kill the needs, hopes and desires of the people.

One caution though, be mindful that words of blogging and talking are not mere lonely anti-action endeavors. These are powerful critical and educational tools necessary to re-orient the people whose blindness by partisan politics need much thoughtful new birth. I won't vendure to say that all the outstanding articles you and Dr. Newton and Dr. Thomas and Dr. Edwards, John French II, Colin S, E. Barnes and Sir Ron and others have written are "mere do-nothings" while the nation rut. They are God-sent prophetic messages of hope. Passionate pleadings and pleas of challenge to wake us upfrom our prolonged slumber and sleep! Every action of transformation and consciousness is summmoned first by the blog, commentary and talk of a hopeful cry, wail, call..!
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Good Piece

#8 Watchful » 2012-11-29 08:56

Ther writer show a depth of understanding that transcends ordinary thinking. We do need a new set of positive dynamics in our present political culture, to foster development and progress. The next generation of labour Party leaders must have the kind of philosophy that will be socially transforming and ethically relevant to the creation of a better nation! We must at all costs never repat the mistakes of the past or the present minority corrupt UPP Mal-Administration!
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@ The Eagle

#7 Lord Have Mercy » 2012-11-29 08:53

Your observations reflect the mortal error of believing the words of a politician like Lester Bird. Just think about it logically, do you really believe that they have no money? They would love people to believe that but nothing is further than the truth.

The Antigua Labour Party plundered this country over a 28 year period and all of the insiders were made very rich. In 2004 when lester got angry with the business persons that were supporting the UPP and said "I MADE THE" it was true.

Lester is responsible for creating several millionaires in Antigua and moving many families into the middle class. Because he literally made the business peolple he has always been able to call on them to help support the party. They provide the core financieal support of the party.

Do not be fooled by political flourishes, they are cut from the same cloth. All that occurs between them publicly is orchestrated to maintain a status quo that made them all very rich.

They are now seeking another opportunity to manage the candy shop.
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Translation of the Antiguan Proverb

#6 Invisible Hand » 2012-11-29 08:30

My great aunt used to love to this proverb, “no go tek kan-kan-sa-ness an go shake cocobay people han,” KEEP AWAY FROM THE WRONG PEOPLE.

DO NOT LET WANTING TO APPEAR TO BE NICE (kan-kan-sa-nes) LEAD YOU TO GO AND SHAKE THE HAND OF A PERSON WITH LEPROSY (cocobay).

If you make that kind of physical contact with a person with leprosy you will inevitable end up with a highly contagious disease, which could have easily been avoided.

The reference seems to relates to Gaston´s new closeness to who one blogger calls Disco Dumplin. The association with him is presented by the writer as the equivalent of physically associating with a person with leprosy.
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The need for young patriotic leaders

#5 Reality Check » 2012-11-29 08:02

Thank you very much for the following. I have been asking(not so eloquently) for this very thing, and I feel good to know that I am not the only one.

Thanks

"I implore the “talented tenth” of our nation to answer the clarion call to service of our nation and step forward to create a new era in our politics. Leaders in waiting must break free from the constraints of apathy and summon the courage to make history, as well as earn the right to look your children in the eye without shame for doing nothing but talk and blog while the ship of state runs aground."
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...that precious Soil...II

#4 Jumbee Picknee » 2012-11-29 07:34

Therefore, just like those oil producing trees and that Black Pineapple, if they are allowed to sit there and not utilized for their benefits,, they wjll become fodder.
My hope and dream is that the percieved transformation and exuberance which this change has brought to Our Nation will bring to fruition the true gem that Nature provided us wirh as a People.
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Truth!

#3 The Eagle » 2012-11-29 07:30

Inspiring article! Just a few observations/correct ions!
1) With regards to campaign funding, Lester never got a penny for the last elections. Nobody wanted to give him any funds. Why you think he said that he couldn't afford even to print his own manifesto? Therefore Lester Bird would be the worst person to raise campaign funds for the ALP!
2) Robin and Maulwyn both challenged Lester Bird for leadership. They only pulled out at the end because they knew they couldn't win - not as Maulwyn would have you think - for any other lofty reason!
3) Why would Lester who has no support in the House of Representatives deserve to be the Leader? Three Members challenged him, and the remaining three supported Browne! That to me is in itself a Vote of No Confidence in his Leadership!
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...that precious Soil...

#2 Jumbee Picknee » 2012-11-29 07:13

It is said, that Antigua produces one of the most delicious pineapple's in the world. It is the soil and the nutrients which it provides for the plant.
The soil also produces a variety of plants from which many medicinal oils, ointments and tinctures can be derived.
Then, there is NO DOUBT, that this same soil has, is and will produce human characters of an exemplary nature. It's in OUR dna, our psyche
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what does this mean?

#1 cocobay » 2012-11-29 06:23

Would be useful if author could explain what “no go tek kan-kan-sa-ness an go shake cocobay people han,” means.
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