I am sure that you aware that on “All Souls” Day, an interesting configuration of events struck St. Lucia. For the first time in our political history, the whole world saw an Ambassador from a foreign country on a political platform. I never thought I would live to see that day, when a sitting government would lie down, opens its legs that wide and then allow a foreign country to rape her so profoundly in broad daylight with impunity. I am sure that even the ovulating “death-mute” would put up a fierce resistance because I am sure she would understand that the act is not right.
|MR CHASTENET AND AMBASSADOR TOM CHOU ON THE UWP PLATFORM IN SOUFRIERE|
Kenny, because of your high ideals, I know you will not approve this graphic representation of King doing the rounds on the internet. I personally regret that this is happening; but I need to ask a question? In the ongoing rampant abuse of Fair Helen, is King victim or offender?
|IS THE KING VICTIM OF OFFENDER?|
Mr Chou’s appearance on a political platform is an extremely “low, low blow” to the esteemed world of diplomacy; in addition, it has confirmed my deepest Freudian fears about the “wholesale trading” of our sacred sovereignty to a foreign power.
In the course of two Budget debates, Richard Frederick dishonestly imputed improper motives against you (Dr Anthony), charging that you sold our entire seabed to Grynberg. With hindsight, we all now know that it was an unfounded, desperate claim manufactured for the purpose of political deception. But, Dr Anthony, the reality is Richard, King and the rest of the Super-17 bandits have handed our sovereign and territorial integrity and rights to the Taiwanese on a platter, downgrading our status from a “freehold” to a “leasehold” for 120 pieces of “mighty sliver”.
|CHASTENET INTRODUCES CHOU TO THE UWP CROWD|
|MR CHOU FACING THE UWP CROWD|
Dr Anthony, it is now perhaps the right time for action by the SLP and in that regard I propose two options: firstly, the SLP should consider asking the international community to intervene with a view to commission an investigation into the atrocities committed by the Taiwanese and make recommendations for redress. We could seek the help of China and the USA who are both members of UN Security Council. We could by an order from the Governor-general specifically request the suspension of elections until the report is complete and all outstanding matters are resolved. In the meantime, any attempt to proceed with General Elections should be met with a boycott.
|CHASTENET PRAISES CHOU FOR THE 120 MILLION DOLLARS|
In the interim, the Governor-general can appoint a “transitional government” for one year to manage the affairs of the country and to implement the appropriate constitutional measures to rescue St. Lucia from the Taiwanese quagmire of corruption. While the exercise is ongoing, no Member of Parliament and government should be allowed to leave the country; and all members of Parliament will be required to cooperate with the UN investigators. Moreover, Dr Anthony, I wish to recommend to the investigators that the public hearings about the use of the Taiwanese Funds be conducted in the House of Assembly. Every beneficiary should testify.
Should the UWP proceed with general elections under the prevailing circumstances, it would be entirely up to them to face up to the consequences.
Dr Anthony, I believe you will win the elections and Hon Dalson will trounce Mr Chastenet; but I want you to boycott it because of all the corruption, bribery and malfeasance preceding it. Why? The SLP boycott of the corrupt General Elections may result in short term pain; but it will surely bring long term gain to us by way of restoring the pride, dignity and integrity of our people!
|HON HAROLD DALSON IS NO EASY CANDIDATE|
There is absolutely no doubt that Taiwan has brought much corruption and disgrace to St. Lucia; and at this critical juncture, we need a rescue operation, a platform to deal with that corruption and disgrace for once and for all.
Kenny, my fear is: if we allow Taiwan’s inappropriate behavior to continue uncontrolled and we don’t have internationally accepted systems to do deal with it, then the ramifications can be profound and far-reaching. For example, among other things, we may soon earn the distinction of being the most corrupt country in this hemisphere and perhaps the world, especially in view of the twin evils of immorality and illiteracy, as well as the general anti-intellectual orientation which seem to plague us.
Kenny, have you thought of it? Why should the government of Taiwan team up with notorious criminals that have infiltrated our government only for the purpose of raping our democracy? Why should our Prime Minister allow deportees and “US rejects” to do that to our beloved St. Lucia?
Any intelligent and patriotic St. Lucian is bound to feel the violation; it’s as if our sovereign government has allowed our proud little island to be raped and prostituted for 120 pieces of silver.
Suppose the Chinese were to make good her promise and occupy Taiwan under the guise that it is Chinese property, then how would Taiwan feel?
Perhaps, the Taiwanese behavior in St. Lucia provides an ideal pretext for the Chinese occupation of Taiwan.
Finally Dr Anthony, can you help me answer the following questions: Where have our great minds gone? Where are our proud men, women and thinkers? Is that the St. Lucia we want for our children? Has the majority of us been bought?
Kenny, I feel the pain! the ball is in your court.
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