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Can we ever get beyond the confusion? Who is the rogue in all this?

This week we recapture some lines, current and past and maybe some going forward.

“In all the problems being listed everyone says DfID was consulted or involved. That’s all of the DfIDs especially Kato. !Martin is covering his arse and throwing Don under the bus, Don and his ministers are at each other’s throats. It was evident in the budget debate and now the ferry. Like I said the government seems rudderless. DfID is circling like a vulture. But they too are muddying the waters.”

“One the things which I want to mention here, governance is about moving a country forward.  Elections campaigns, you campaign to get one team out and another team in and when that team comes in, you expect them to move things forward.”

“Government that is producing, and I don’t think that any of you in this Honorable House will say that they have not delivered. Maybe they haven’t delivered as much but we’ve delivered sufficient to allow us the opportunity to continue serving out our term until the next elections and the people will make a determination as to who they wish to lead this country forward. It’s a simple process electoral process. We’re goanna serve out this term; we’re goanna continue the developments, and we are goanna deliver the projects that we have promised to deliver in this country. We are creating the employment and when we make mistakes we’re too big to say that we have made mistakes and we apologies. We apologies for the tariff; yes mistakes have been made, but let us continue to get the business of the people of Montserrat done.”

These last two came from the same person.

There are those who felt they brought more knowledge to the table than others but they were the first to be cautioned for saying that DFID was moving the goal post. They knew little or nothing of the 2014 Aide Memoire which having had coaching, in the meantime ‘fact finding’ articles were grinding the losers into ground.

Rudderless because instead of bonding they have gone into a situation they all they think it is dollyhouse where they can make enough confusion  in opposition and get rid of … They take courage from from some quarters, since they didn’t bother to research their inheritance. And here we are having own own ideas about everybody else, going deeper into secrecy, distrusting everyone.

Then this after promoting the good doings of one Minister: “Instead of running the country properly and creating jobs, Premier Romeo and the PDM administration spent hours and hours fighting amongst themselves, with members of their administration planning coup after coup for their leader to step down.”

And finally for today, this admonition. “”We have to recognise that Montserrat is at this time enormously dependent on British money. That is a fact and we can’t escape that, We need to question whether or not under the situation, in which the British are happier. To spend their money in large amounts which will benefit many Montserratians than they are spending money under a local Financial Secretary, if there are serious concerns?”

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A Moment with the Registrar of Lands

This week we recapture some lines, current and past and maybe some going forward.

“In all the problems being listed everyone says DfID was consulted or involved. That’s all of the DfIDs especially Kato. !Martin is covering his arse and throwing Don under the bus, Don and his ministers are at each other’s throats. It was evident in the budget debate and now the ferry. Like I said the government seems rudderless. DfID is circling like a vulture. But they too are muddying the waters.”

“One the things which I want to mention here, governance is about moving a country forward.  Elections campaigns, you campaign to get one team out and another team in and when that team comes in, you expect them to move things forward.”

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“Government that is producing, and I don’t think that any of you in this Honorable House will say that they have not delivered. Maybe they haven’t delivered as much but we’ve delivered sufficient to allow us the opportunity to continue serving out our term until the next elections and the people will make a determination as to who they wish to lead this country forward. It’s a simple process electoral process. We’re goanna serve out this term; we’re goanna continue the developments, and we are goanna deliver the projects that we have promised to deliver in this country. We are creating the employment and when we make mistakes we’re too big to say that we have made mistakes and we apologies. We apologies for the tariff; yes mistakes have been made, but let us continue to get the business of the people of Montserrat done.”

These last two came from the same person.

There are those who felt they brought more knowledge to the table than others but they were the first to be cautioned for saying that DFID was moving the goal post. They knew little or nothing of the 2014 Aide Memoire which having had coaching, in the meantime ‘fact finding’ articles were grinding the losers into ground.

Rudderless because instead of bonding they have gone into a situation they all they think it is dollyhouse where they can make enough confusion  in opposition and get rid of … They take courage from from some quarters, since they didn’t bother to research their inheritance. And here we are having own own ideas about everybody else, going deeper into secrecy, distrusting everyone.

Then this after promoting the good doings of one Minister: “Instead of running the country properly and creating jobs, Premier Romeo and the PDM administration spent hours and hours fighting amongst themselves, with members of their administration planning coup after coup for their leader to step down.”

And finally for today, this admonition. “”We have to recognise that Montserrat is at this time enormously dependent on British money. That is a fact and we can’t escape that, We need to question whether or not under the situation, in which the British are happier. To spend their money in large amounts which will benefit many Montserratians than they are spending money under a local Financial Secretary, if there are serious concerns?”