By Nathan ‘Jolly’ Green. October 18, 2020
We are relying on the Honourable Doctor Godwin Friday to fill the trash can on Thursday, November the filth, and to dump it wherever it can best be disposed of.
Gonsalves has got the colly-wobbles, he sees SCL in every shadow, every draw and cupboard he opens an image appears which frightens the socks off him.
I have seen him in the past described as a coward; his greatest fear is SCL, he thinks they are acting against him, he is so terrified his pants are continuously soiled. He even went to the Christian Council and reported Leacock, asked the Catholic father to talk to Leacock. Can you believe that?
Talk about a quivering sphincter ani externus, according to I Witness News “Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves, on Saturday, restated his claim that supporters of citizenship by investment are financing the main opposition New Democratic Party’s campaign.”
“And using language that in local parlance is often interpreted as threatening, Gonsalves said that if these alleged financiers set foot in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, they would not leave.”
I think the police should enquire precisely what he means because in my book that kind of phraseology means they will be killed. Words well chosen, or are we misinterpreting them? Sound like one of his previous phrases “We will hunt them down until they exist no more.” I doubt the police will say a word because he is the police; he is the law; he is the self-proclaimed World Boss. https://youtu.be/MzmtgxlCOYI
I Witness continued to report “I tell you, the NDP campaign is controlled, paid for and run by foreigners based in Switzerland and Hong Kong. Run by passport sellers. They hire the successor to SCL to try to steal up the mind of Vincentians,” Gonsalves told party supporters in Georgetown at the opening of his campaign headquarters for North Central Windward, which he has been representing in Parliament since 1994.
“But I am telling them if they put a foot in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, they will not leave here. They could run the campaign from overseas,” said Gonsalves, who is also minister of national security.
Paranoid personality disorder (PPD) is a long-term, mental health condition. PPD causes you to be suspicious, distrusting, and hostile toward others. This is because you think they want to hurt you or take advantage of you. You may have trouble trusting or getting along with others. These thoughts and behaviours can cause problems with your relationships and daily activities. They certainly caused problems with his relationship with Peter Binose. He hated him so much he passed Cyber Crime laws to try and stop him revealing the truth, called him an internet crazy and made sure the local media dropped using his stories and letters.
He believes he is King, and forever and ever, but he is fooling himself, but the people they have had enough. Time to replace him with someone superior. A real man, one who does not owe allegiance to Cuba or Venezuela, Dr Godwin Friday.
I thought Peter Binose was much funnier in some of his comments than he was in his articles. While researching for this letter, I came across some of Peters most hilarious comments.
Here are some, get your laughing gear around this –
PETER BINOSE says:
July 18, 2014 at 8:14 PM
He suffers from roly-poly foot, caused by a body several times too big for the chassis thereby damaging the tyres. Or as a chicken farmer would put it, he is a fat clucker.
He also suffers from a reoccurring complaint, boils on the bollocks.
YVETTE COLLINS says:
July 18, 2014 at 10:03 PM
Really Peter Binose?
How do you know so much about the Prime Minister’s bollocks?
PETER BINOSE says:
July 19, 2014 at 8:26 PM
Yvette Collins the answer to that is ever so easy, once when I was interviewing his press secretary and personal adviser, Glen, he told me Ralph asked him to squeeze a boil for him, what surprised him was he couldn’t find a boil at the time, but he felt obliged to squeeze anyway.
He said what are friends for if it is not to squeeze occasionally.
Have a look at the actual article, but please read all the comments, they are hilarious.
Did Gonsalves manage to kill free speech when he passed the Cyber Crime Bill which he presented as a way of protecting himself from continual comments and accusations by who he described as internet crazies?
Yes, to some extent he killed a section of free speech. Because newspapers and local online media are frightened of being caught up by the terms of the act if they publish controversial stories, even if they are real, fortunately, other international media houses from different countries run with the stories and letters. A little inconvenient for the writer and the reader, but free speech prevails.
Just the News Newspaper sometimes publishes what I write, the Editor is old school and fearless.
I get published almost world-wide but not in Saint Vincent, such a shame because written and recorded history is being lost by not posting in SVG.