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Lie-Za says dat now de Privy Council’s Hysterical Judgement is made public, she is convinced dat de Commission of Enquiry into

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Lie-Za says dat now de Privy Council’s Hysterical Judgement is made public, she is convinced dat de Commission of Enquiry into de Ottley Hall Project was tailored to destroy, at any price, and tarnish foh life, de good name of people like Sir James and others closely involved in de controversial Ottley Hall project. She reminds me how Ass-to-fan terror-eyes Richard Joachim (may his soul RIP) who obviously was having senior moments in de witness stand. But de good Lord does not sleep, and all unfair games will soon play over, again and again{{more}}

Sir James had to reach de Privy Council to get his Justice, preserve his good name and even save his back-side from jail. Not only did de Privy Council rule heavily in his favour, but em-fat-he-call-he recommended dat Justice Georges, whose interim report was tainted wid buy-us against Sir James, be removed as cheerman of de Commission of Enquiry. Joshua uses to quote ah ting: “Oh what ah tangled web we weave,” stop right dey Bassy.

But Sir James’ victory is ah great financial damage to dis country’s purse. De Privy Council awarded him cost, which according to Sir James is over five hundred thousand US dollars. Another bill foh Tax-payers, all because of de Spitefull and Unforgiving Go-venom-mint of SVG.

It’s all in de book of Matthew chapter 18, way Jesus told his disciples ah parable about ah Spite-full and Unforgiving Servant. Is like Jesus was telling us to look out foh situations like Sir James’! Dey was dis servant name Vin who owed his master de equivalent of three million dollars, just like how SVG Go-venom-ment did owe Sache, de bank in Italy, over One hundred and twenty million dollars foh de Ottley Hall debt. Vin was unable to pay and de Master ordered dat Vin, his whole family and all he owned be sold to pay de debt. Humbled, Vin fell pon his knees and begged de Master foh mercy, foh debt forgiveness. Vin’s master took pity on him, cancelled the debt and let him go. Just like how Sache took pity pon de Go-venom-ment and people of SVG, and cancelled every cent ah we debt!

But no sooner Vin left his master’s house, he found ah fellow servant, Jim who owed him five thousand dollars. He grabbed Jim and began to choke him. ‘Pay back what you owe me!’ he demanded. And just like how Vin had begged his Master of mercy, Jim fell to his knees and begged Vin foh debt forgiveness. But Vin refused. Instead, he had Jim thrown into prison until he could pay the debt. When the other servants saw what had happened, they were outraged and went and told their master everything that had happened.

Then the master sent and called Vin to his office. “You wicked servant,” he said, “I canceled all your debt because you begged me to. Why didn’t you have had mercy on your fellow servant, Jim just as I had on you?” In anger Jim’s master handed him over to the jailers to be tortured, until he should pay back all he owed.

SVG and not Sir James owed Sache who forgave us our debt, but like dey’s no forgiveness in our heart, we are prepared to accept ah Buy-us Report to jail Sir James sorry, Jim and destroy de man. Shame! Shame on all yoh!

WAKE UP SION HILL WAKE UP

One ah my memorable moments dis Christmas was ah group of about five, Bethel High School students and dey music teacher, Mr. Williams, making de rounds at de Wards of de Milton Cato General Hospital, serenading de patients. Dey were in time to perform foh de Inner Wheelers Annual Christmas Party for our sick children. It’s ah special on de Club’s calendar of events and de goodly ladies have never failed to deliver. Dey fill where de younger ones fail, sprucing-up de ward with Christmas decorations, serve lots of healthy snacks, and foh those who don’t believe in Santa, yuh should see dem kids face light-up to de chorus “Santa Claws is coming to town,” and de skinny looking Santa comes down de aisle shouting “ho! ho! ho! Delivering ah toy at every child’s bedside. Full marks foh de Inner Wheelers, and special congratulations to de talented Bethel High students foh blending dey sweet voices, delivering real “tidings of comfort and joy” to de unfortunate patients, dis festive time of year. Ah wish students from other schools will take a page from these youngsters book.

Congrats to Stubbs foh making Vincy Nine Mornings ah unique tradition. Stubbs is well organized. In fact, congrats to all, de winners and those who did not get de judges nod. Individuals like Mr Samuel, Mrs Gonsalves of Richmond Hill Gardens, my classmate Patsy Ash at Town Hill are all Christmas Jewels, congrats. Ah get upset when ah see what ah pull-it-tek-all tool Sion Hill, de trend setters of community lighting has become. No theme, just lights hanging in de air, portraits of persons wid no connection to de Hill on de wall. Why was ah picture of Edmund Webb, or Dudley Clarke, or Ronald Llewellyn or de Cambridge brothers, Arthur and Claude Sr. not dey. Not even one morning of entertainment from Euphonium de Pan champions. Wake up Sion Hill, wake up! Peace and Love foh 2015. And wid dat is gone ah gone again

One Love Bassy

Bassy Alexander is a land surveyor, folklorist and social commentator.

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