By RIA TAITT Saturday, July 14 2007
Congress of the People leader Winston Dookeran’s experiences with UNC leader Basdeo Panday both in respect of the NAR and the UNC, have caused him to be wary of any invitation to join forces once again with the Silver Fox.
And his wariness has been strengthened by what he sees as the collapse, even before it has gotten off the ground, of the recent electoral accommodation of the UNC and four small parties. Dookeran feels that this “disaster” has undermined and damaged the political position of not only the alliance itself, but of all the parties which subscribe to it, including the UNC.
The general perception held by many in the country, including persons in the UNC, is that a Panday/Dookeran alliance would be a formidable electoral force. Dookeran however remains absolute and resolute in his rejection of any alliance, that is based not on common principles and philosophies, but on personalities and political convenience.
It is doomed to fail, he told Newsday in a interview done at Maple Leaf International, on Thursday night, on the eve of his departure for China in which he gave his views of the whole concept of an alliance and on the current UNC alliance between UNC and other parties, including the NAR.
The fockin mirage he seeing is the fockin "Silver Fox." Punto mudder cont finale!
The people crying for unity cont. Every Tom Dick and Prick on the road saying to yuh.......UNITE, but nah.
You have to seek the fockin oligarchy's interest. Everybody else slowly coming together..........so fock you and next year we'll bid you good fockin riddance from the politics of T&T
Haul u parrot shaking head mudder cont.