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Who are they arguing the urgent, rather than action on the important

Who are they arguing the urgent, rather than action on the important

Her Excellency the Governor two weeks ago created our last week’s headline in the newspaper which really was a softer explanation for the  sad state of ‘competence’ and knowledge that exists in the Public Service.

As alluded to earlier the later statement when Governor Carriere lamented to, “what seems sometimes like more energy put into arguing among ourselves, refusals to act, litigation and other such activities than simply putting our shoulders to the wheel and getting on with it together…” is very symptomatic of course to the lack of progress about anything.

When a public service does not understand or rather does not care about “relationships with the public cited as part attitudinal, (part training), part issues around having the right people in the right places,” that is so low, one would think that decency and honesty would step in. But they are so grossly uncaring in their own corruption, they do not know what ‘public’ and ‘service’ means, the Governor was soft saying, “must carry out the right kind of service not just for Montserratians, but also for people who are visiting,” even though she had hoped for the recognition that this is “an area of focus for improvement.”

Good heavens, six months later she discovers that they lack understanding and awareness, the big shocker then at the thought that the reason the masses do nothing do not improve is because of the energy wasted in arguing among the big guns.

Then when it comes to the observers, those who were called upon to say or do something if ‘they love Montserrat,’ their agenda is so warped, a nicer word than corrupted, they are just as constipated with nothing positive to offer.

Let us get this right, the problem the Governor highlights is not only in the public service, it is deeply entrenched outside where there are many heads worse than buried in the sand. So that begs the question about their understanding also.

The discussion of Brexit, which it really could not have been, and the likes in the house of Parliament where there if no is no expected legislation, tells that the proposers do not have a clue about much.

It puts the future of Montserrat in a dismal light. Everybody must consider very carefully the significance of the urgency that is being put into arguing, rather than action. And did she mention ‘litigation’? We strongly suggest that word, Governor, was a cover for something else. If our belief is correct, it makes our argument of ignorance and incompetence even stronger.

We agree with the theory that what we had before was a public service headed by, the work conducted by four ‘economists’ who passed nothing on to their servants who themselves were also steeped in their own form of corruption, to position themselves for change and progress, not smart enough, to understand their power

That is so bad. Note the Governor’s further explanation of the unwillingness to change. Do we remember this quote from last week? “…changes in public service delivery and better management of finances are keys to Montserrat’s economic revival.” The Governor six months later reports, arguing that prevents change, ““But change happens slowly and there appears to be a fair amount of resistance or reluctance or confusion around some of these changes.”

These thoughts and expressions are perhaps small compared to the rest, but who cares!

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Her Excellency the Governor two weeks ago created our last week’s headline in the newspaper which really was a softer explanation for the  sad state of ‘competence’ and knowledge that exists in the Public Service.

As alluded to earlier the later statement when Governor Carriere lamented to, “what seems sometimes like more energy put into arguing among ourselves, refusals to act, litigation and other such activities than simply putting our shoulders to the wheel and getting on with it together…” is very symptomatic of course to the lack of progress about anything.

When a public service does not understand or rather does not care about “relationships with the public cited as part attitudinal, (part training), part issues around having the right people in the right places,” that is so low, one would think that decency and honesty would step in. But they are so grossly uncaring in their own corruption, they do not know what ‘public’ and ‘service’ means, the Governor was soft saying, “must carry out the right kind of service not just for Montserratians, but also for people who are visiting,” even though she had hoped for the recognition that this is “an area of focus for improvement.”

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Good heavens, six months later she discovers that they lack understanding and awareness, the big shocker then at the thought that the reason the masses do nothing do not improve is because of the energy wasted in arguing among the big guns.

Then when it comes to the observers, those who were called upon to say or do something if ‘they love Montserrat,’ their agenda is so warped, a nicer word than corrupted, they are just as constipated with nothing positive to offer.

Let us get this right, the problem the Governor highlights is not only in the public service, it is deeply entrenched outside where there are many heads worse than buried in the sand. So that begs the question about their understanding also.

The discussion of Brexit, which it really could not have been, and the likes in the house of Parliament where there if no is no expected legislation, tells that the proposers do not have a clue about much.

It puts the future of Montserrat in a dismal light. Everybody must consider very carefully the significance of the urgency that is being put into arguing, rather than action. And did she mention ‘litigation’? We strongly suggest that word, Governor, was a cover for something else. If our belief is correct, it makes our argument of ignorance and incompetence even stronger.

We agree with the theory that what we had before was a public service headed by, the work conducted by four ‘economists’ who passed nothing on to their servants who themselves were also steeped in their own form of corruption, to position themselves for change and progress, not smart enough, to understand their power

That is so bad. Note the Governor’s further explanation of the unwillingness to change. Do we remember this quote from last week? “…changes in public service delivery and better management of finances are keys to Montserrat’s economic revival.” The Governor six months later reports, arguing that prevents change, ““But change happens slowly and there appears to be a fair amount of resistance or reluctance or confusion around some of these changes.”

These thoughts and expressions are perhaps small compared to the rest, but who cares!