Saturday, February 23, 2008

Changes coming, says senior officer
Louis B Homer South Bureau
Saturday, February 23rd 2008

Sweeping changes in the system of reporting crimes, identification of police officers and a step up on the prosecution of people committing praedial larceny were some of the changes announced for a revamping of the Police Service by senior officers on Thursday night .
At a meeting held with residents in the Forres Park area, Deputy Commissioner of Police Glen Roach told villagers: "Officers will be wearing name tags during the execution of warrants or while making enquiries."

Roach said it will not be necessary in the future to make reports at police stations in the area where a crime is committed.
"You will now be able to make them at any station and we will ensure that the report is forwarded to the appropriate station," Roach said.
Roach led a team of senior officers to interface with residents on the increase in crime in the area.

The meeting was attended by the parliamentary representative for the area, Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj, and representatives from the Couva/Tabaquite/Talparo Regional Corporation.
Among those who made presentations to police officers was a woman who requested anonymity. She told the officers that burglars entered her home, tied her up and took away several valuable items.

After listening to the reports, the officers advised the villagers that the police were aware of the problems they encountered. Roach advised them to "work along with the police and give them the necessary support".

The villagers were also told that there will be an increase in the number of police officers on patrol throughout the country. Officers in police cars have been asked to make periodic stops to talk to villagers.

"They will not be driving through the area alone.
"We have asked them to stop and have friendly chats with villagers," a senior officer at the meeting said.

He said the administration was looking into the establishment of "rural constables" to operate within the community.
Fucking-sweeping-changes my ass. Patrol? Talk to the residents? Yuh cud get robbed in Curepe and report it in Toco? Prosecution of the fowl tief? Name tags?
What the fuck is all this? Some of this suppose to be done and the others are irrelevant to the crime situation.
Name tag: Half of the police officers name "Joseph".
Fowl tief: The other half of the police officers does tief the fowl.
Waste of fucking time.
Here are some suggestions for sweeping changes:
1) Phase out the SRP (special reserve police) and make all of them officers.
2) Drop the retirement age to 45. Send home the ole farts.
3) Hire a PR firm and a literacy expert to re-train the officers.
4) Hire staff for administrative, traffic & 'guard' work - free up officers.
5) Revamp the whole service get rid of the shit units - CSU, CID, AKS whatever
6) Have an independent Police Management Department - get rid of the police complaint dept.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Joseph: Guyana massacre senseless

GOVERNMENT yesterday condemned the killing of 12 persons, including three police officers, in Guyana’s gold-mining town, Bartica, on Sunday, the second massacre within a month which has sparked fears of a breakdown in law and order in the country.

Eight persons were wounded in the shooting spree which spread from a police station to the streets.

National Security Minister Martin Joseph yesterday disclosed that he had made efforts to speak with Guyana’s Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee “to determine what assistance, if any, may be needed at this time.”

Joseph, chairman of a Caricom committee of national security ministers, said he was appalled at “the senseless killings and loss of lives through this dastardly act by cold-blooded killers” and expressed concern that police officers were among the dead.

Trinidad and Tobago’s High Consul to Guyana, Ernie Ross, yesterday described the massacre as a brutal act of terrorism but said Guyana has not asked any country for help to apprehend the killers or restore calm to Bartica.

Regarded as one of Guyana’s prime tourism sites, Bartica is located 80 miles southwest of Georgetown on the banks of the Essequibo River on lands covering an area of 83,000 square miles and is a gateway to the country’s dense hinterland.

Ross said no Trinidad and Tobago nationals were among those killed or injured in Bartica. He said Guyana’s President Bharrat Jagdeo was overseas at the time of the attack on a “confidential mission” concerning his country’s security challenges and was expected to return home last night.

Oh god, look how I laugh till meh fockin head nearly buss.

Martin Joseph calling somebody to ask them what assistance dey need. Oh GOD! All yuh help, ah cyah stop fockin laughing.

Wa d fock he goin to offer dem. Police intelligence, equipment, police officers....? we doh have enough of all of the above.

What ah big dotish cacahole........hahahahhahah

Friday, February 15, 2008

Warring gangs to sign peace treaty
Joel Julien
Friday, February 15th 2008

IN an effort to curb the escalating violence in Laventille, two of the area's warring factions are said to be preparing to sign a peace treaty tomorrow.

A community activist yesterday called the Express to indicate that the peace accord is to be signed between the Picton and John John gangs under the watchful eyes of the police.
But Commissioner of Police Trevor Paul said yesterday he had no knowledge of any such agreement. However, Paul said if such an agreement were to be made, the police would be ready.

Over the past week, there has been a buzz of activity in Laventille, culminating in the eight-hour lockdown of an area known as Beverly Hills, all in the wake of an upsurge of violence which followed the killing of notorious gang leader Sheldon "Crock" Scott on Carnival Sunday.
On Saturday, 16-year-old Kevin Lewis was killed near Pump Trace and on Sunday night Curt Lester was shot dead in a track off Picton Road. Two houses in Picton were also firebombed that night.

Several peace accords have been signed among the warring factions in the Laventille area before, but none of them have ever held up as the killings and gang-related violence have continued.
What the muddercunt fucking shitness and assholeness is this?
So lemme get this straight.
Keevon aka 'Scrap' going to pump 12 bullets in Leroy 'Metal' head, jes fuh so.
Leroy will then pull out the DSNT (Don't Shoot Nigger Treaty).
Then he will pull out the coolie he jes kidnap to read it for he and Keevon.
How about the fucking Police Commissioner lock down the muddercunt area, smoke out the gangs, arrest they cunt, charge them for anything - if they breathing, they tiefing oxygen. Dat should be a charge.
Jail them, no bail. Try dem in court. Sentence them. While in jail, let them sign a treaty saying they will not smuggle hacksaw blades to break out, or else they will be shot. We could call that one the YSHT (Yes Shoot Nigger Treaty).
Where else in this fucking galaxy does the police entertain these lil pieces of fucking filth and scum... and call them community leaders? Why give a fuck? If the police knows who they are, and what they are doing, then arrest the mudder cunt. Simple.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Bas wants Espinet to step down

Wednesday, February 13 2008

LAWYERS for former Prime Minister Basdeo Panday want Magistrate Ejenny Espinet to step down from hearing his bribery case.

Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj SC, lead counsel for Panday and his wife Oma, submitted yesterday in the Port-of-Spain First Magistrates’ Court that Espinet was a trustee of the Morris Marshall Development Foundation in Laventille.

Maharaj said the Marshall Foundation promotes the activities of the ruling People’s National Movement (PNM) which is opposed to Panday’s United National Congress (UNC).

He said there could be a public perception that the magistrate was promoting the aims of the Foundation. Maharaj said he had evidence that persons who went to the Foundation for assistance were told they must carry a PNM party card. He said when Panday’s case went before the magistrate, she had a duty to tell the lawyers that she was a trustee of the Foundation.

The Tabaquite MP said apart from Espinet being a trustee, there were other names on the list such as John Jeremie and Martin Joseph.

“This is a very sensitive matter,” Maharaj added. “I am serving notice that if you decide against me after hearing my submissions, I will not call evidence, but I would test it in the High Court.”

Maharaj added, “The politics in the country are very much alive, the country is divided politically. Here is a magistrate who is involved in a Foundation started by a former PNM Minister.”

Maharaj said there was the likelihood of apparent bias and cited the case of Panday v Virgil in which the Leader of the Opposition was charged with failing to declare a London bank account to the Integrity Commission.

He also cited the case of Pinochet in which Lord Hoffmann was accused of apparent bias because of his wife’s links to Amnesty International. After hearing the submissions, Espinet said she would give her decision on February 19.

But Panday and his wife were excused because they are expected to be in London for his Privy Council appeal as to whether he should be retried on the integrity charges.

Ishwar Galbaransingh, Carlos John, and the Pandays are charged with a series of offences which allege that Galbaransingh and John gave Panday £25,000 as a bribe to favour Galbaransingh’s Northern Construction Limited in the tendering process for Piarco Construction Package 3 back in December 1998.

Ejenny is a fockin PNM stooge. Sitting and hearing this matter without telling the fockin people that you and your PNM assholes were in the same organisation.

LEAP is ah PNM party group. Check the list of the Board of Trustees:

Morris Marshall
Fr. Clyde Harvey
Mr Martin Joseph
Ms. Donna Prowell-Raphael
Mr. Carlston Clarke
Mr. John Jeremie
Mr. Albert Joseph
Ms. Carolyn Washington Aigle
Me. Joslyn Mc Leod-Smith
Ms. Linda Hollingsworth
Ms. Ejenny Espinet
Mr. Jack Alexsis
Ms. Debbie Jeremie
Ms. Ayanna Atiba-Braithwaite
Mr. Raphael George.

Bas right again, he could never get a fair trial for anything in T&T!
Put that in yuh bamsee and smoke it!

Ramesh, Jack go ‘up the hill’

Wednesday, February 13 2008

UNC Alliance MPs Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj and Jack Warner yesterday promised Beverly Hills residents that their fears over crime in Laventille will be taken up with the Government.

They also promised to help revitalise Laventille through the introduction of football clinics and classes for women to acquire skills.

Warner and Maharaj met a handful of Beverly Hills residents who spoke about searches by the police and army in their community, which had been prompted by recent violence. “I will send some football coaches and donate the footballs starting from today,” Warner told the few Beverly Hills residents.

Tabaquite MP Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj defended the visit saying it was not meant to score political points.

“We believe that where a fear or insecurity exists and whenever the need arises, we will go in and help,”said Maharaj

He said letters will be sent on the residents behalf to Prime Minister Patrick Manning, Minister of National Security Martin Joseph and the Police Commissioner Trevor Paul. Maharaj said the police, especially those trained in community policing, should maintain a round-the-clock presence in Laventille to ease residents fears and to guide the troubled youths.

He said criminal gangs are going to become uncontrollable because they extort money from residents.

“This is a time when the Inter Religious Organisation and every stakeholder should understand that if they do not intervene, the country will have no rule of law, no accountability, and the criminals will be in control of every sector”, he predicted.

One vocal woman said she wanted more social programmes for the Beverly Hills community.

“I have two left foot, I cannot play football, but what I want, Mr Warner, is to buy a kiln machine so that I could teach the women in Beverly Hills how to make ceramics.”

She said she planned to approach her MP Marlene Mc Donald for help to set up programmes in Beverly Hills.

I dunno why Jack and Ramesh feel they could help these niggas.

Understand one thing fellas, these niggas will rather fock themselves in dey bottom wid ah young balisier rather than give political support to you boys.

Stop wasting your time on this scum of Trinidad and focus on people who want to be productive.

Most niggas generally all over the world depend on welfare and drugs for survival. They like it so.

I'll reproduce an article from the National Post for your perusal.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008
Ghetto godfather

For seven years, Sudhir Venkatesh studied the workings of a Chicago street gang. His new book explains why gangs flourish--and how to get rid of them

Jonathan Kay, National Post
Published:Tuesday, February 12, 2008

In 1989, a University of Chicago graduate student named Sudhir Venkatesh decided to leave his cocoon-like campus, and find out what life was like in his city's notorious public housing projects. So he wandered into the decrepit Lake Park projects in Chicago's Oakland neighborhood, introduced himself to a group of teenagers shooting dice, whipped out a clipboard, and asked them this question: "How does it feel to be black and poor? Very bad, somewhat bad, neither bad nor good, somewhat good, very good?"

"You got to be f-cking kidding me," the ringleader said. And the whole dumbstruck group convulsed with laughter.

Hearing how ridiculous his own question sounded, Venkatesh realized then and there that he was wasting his time. The residents of this squalid building were living lives completely alien to his middle-class upbringing. He wasn't going to get inside their heads with patronizing multiple-choice questions.

But foolish as he felt, Venkatesh caught a break that day, one that eventually set him on a path to a rock-star reputation within sociology, and a professorship in the Ivy Leagues.

The toughs Venkatesh stumbled on were low-level foot soldiers with the Black Kings, an enormous regional outfit whose Lake Park operations were controlled by a formidable gangland general named J.T.

Against all odds, Venkatesh struck up an instant bond with the man. Unlike just about everyone else who lived at Lake Park, J.T. had been to college, and had even studied sociology in preparation for a short-lived career in the legitimate business world.

A narcissist, J.T. imagined his life to be worthy of biography, and invited Venkatesh into his inner circle as a sort of court scribe. For the next seven years, Venkatesh would become eyewitness to the inner workings of gang life. His remarkable account of those years -- contained in a newly released book, Gang Leader for a Day: A rogue sociologist takes to the streets-- is required reading for anyone who wants to understand why gangs continue to thrive among the West's underclass.

The first thing one notices about the world Venkatesh describes is this:

There are no fathers. Everyone at Lake Park -- even J.T., who commands 200 gangsters and, in a good year, makes six figures from crack-dealing -- lives with their momma.

The young men don't dream of settling down with a family. Rather, they seek to emulate the polygamous J.T., who uses his drug proceeds to lodge various girlfriends in separate apartments. With no father figures to guide them, these men internalize the juvenile conception of manhood peddled by rap videos, and fritter away their adolescent years pursuing it through streetcorner posturing and brawling.

The nature of the local economy is the second thing that stands out: Except for the corner stores (which are run by Arabs), there is little legitimate free-market activity. Virtually all of the money coming in to Lake Park comes from two sources: government welfare and drugs. The few people who apply actual market-able job skills within the community -- such as the mechanic "C-Note," who gets his name because he has "a hundred ways to make a hundred dollars" -- are so rare as to be minor celebrities.

As a result, criminality is normalized: The idea of studying hard, going to college and getting a respectable job -- the formula for success applied by waves of European and Asian immigrants to North American since the late 19th century -- is dismissed as a white man's fantasy.
Gang life is at the centre of all these pathologies.

But as Venkatesh explains, the local residents' attitude toward the Black Kings is actually quite conflicted. Because violence attracts police, and police scare away customers, J.T. has an economic interest in keeping life in the projects peaceful. For a small cut of the action, his henchmen provide a security detail for the local crack dens, and protection for prostitutes. They also drive sick residents to the hospital, organize basketball games, and even stage get-out-the-vote drives on behalf of the local black political machine. There is plenty of violence in Gang Leader for a Day. But it is not random. Like all petty tyrants, J.T. understands that his legitimacy rests on providing some semblance of order.

The portrait that emerges from this book therefore complicates the simple black-and-white way we normally think of the gang problem. Yes, gangs act as a criminal evil that act in opposition to the law-and-order culture that pervades mainstream society.

But in very poor areas that are bereft of the basic sociological building blocks of middle-class society -- stable families, legitimate employment, job skills, respect for education -- an established gang can, in some instances, take over some of the functions normally served by police, employers, and even social workers.

At the same time, Gang Leader for a Day implicitly suggests a strategy for tackling this underlying subculture: overhauling the drug laws and welfare programs that serve as its two-pronged economic power source.

As Canadian gang expert Michael C. Chettleburgh wrote in a June, 2007, National Post op-ed, our criminal prohibition of recreational drugs permits gangs to capture the massive economic premium associated with illegal enterprise. By treating drug use as what it truly is --a health problem instead of a criminal-justice problem -- we would force gangs to fall back onto far less lucrative activities, and thereby discourage membership.

At the same time, implementing a draconian welfare reform of the type the United States enacted under Bill Clinton could serve to eliminate the state's role in subsidizing a ghetto culture in which permanent unemployment is seen as a viable lifestyle choice.

Ultimately, all social reform begins with responsible people making individual decisions: No government policy can force people, of whatever skin col-our, to live their lives in a responsible way. But we can do a better job at setting up the right incentives, so that teenagers and young adults find themselves more inspired by Venkatesh than the gang leader he's written about.

Copyright © 2007 CanWest Interactive, a division of CanWest MediaWorks Publications, Inc.. All rights reserved.

Rowley cleared

Wednesday, February 13 2008

TRADE Minister Dr Keith Rowley has been cleared by the Integrity Commission of any wrongdoing. But the Minister is not leaving it there, as he intends to seek aggravated and exemplary damages against the Commission for what he called the “gross damage to my personal character and public reputation.”

By a letter dated February 1, Martin Farrell, Registrar of the Integrity Commission, wrote to Rowley about the investigation which they had been conducting since 2004 concerning the Landate housing project in Tobago, and the award of the contract for the Customs and Excise building in Port-of-Spain. Farrell wrote, “As a result of further investigations into this matter, the Commission is now of the view that there is no longer any basis for suspecting that you may have conducted yourself in a manner that was in breach of your duties under the Act (Integrity in Public Life Act 2000), and I have been directed to advise the Director of Public Prosecutions of this decision.” Farrell ended his letter, “This investigation is now at an end and the Commission thanks you for your cooperation.”

But in a statement issued yesterday, the Diego Martin West MP pointed out that in October 2004, Ganga Singh, the then MP for Caroni East, using the protection of parliamentary privilege, “dramatically made the most scandalous and unfounded allegations against me resulting in a public Commission of Inquiry, with which he failed to cooperate and in which I was exonerated from any unlawful conduct of any nature.”

Rowley said that notwithstanding this, the Integrity Commission embarked on its own separate inquiry. The Minister said he was shocked to see in the media that he was the subject of a police investigation by way of a submission of rumours to the DPP.

Rowley said the baseless allegations have caused gross damage to his personal character and public reputation and additionally have caused his family, particularly his wife, whose private sector project, was the subject of the initial slander, inestimable discomfiture and unwarranted embarrassment.”

Although the Commission has admitted that Rowley has been cleared, the Minister is still seeking a declaration that it acted in bad faith and/or was motivated by ulterior motives and/or was reckless.

Rowley said he was seeking aggravated and exemplary damages.

The case comes up for hearing on March 3 before Madame Justice Maureen Rajnauth-Lee in the Port-of-Spain High Court.

In November 2004, the Integrity Commission embarked on an investigation in respect to unspecified allegations regarding the siphoning of materials from the Scarborough Hospital site to a development project at Mason Hall, Tobago.

The development at Mason Hall, owned by Rowley’s wife Sharon, has been referred to as the Landate project.

As i have indi fockin cated on many occasions, once bobol involves a PNMite, expect that the fockers will be cleared.

Plain and simple the mudder cont and Emile Elias that next fockin con man was teefing the material from the Hospital to build he fockin apts.

I am not surprised.

Monday, February 11, 2008

Panday wants enquiry into blimp purchases

Juhel Browne
Monday, February 11th 2008

Opposition Leader Basdeo Panday is calling for a public enquiry into Government's acquisition of its first national security blimp, which cost $12.6 million but was not suitable for the country's weather conditions.

"Who recommended it? You can't come now and tell us the atmosphere was bad. What happen? Somebody change the wind?" Panday said yesterday

He said there should be a public enquiry to investigate the Government's acquisition of the other blimp ,which along with the first have cost the State $67.1 million over the past three years.

"There was a massive corruption and bribery in the purchase of those blimps and we must demand a public enquiry," Panday said. at the UNC-A national congress meeting at the party's Rienzi Complex headquarters in Couva.

Panday said that the acquisition of the blimps must be examined in the same way that the Piarco International Airport terminal building project had been.

The Commission of Enquiry into that project led to charges being laid against former national security minister Russell Huggins and former finance minister Brian Kuei Tung along with several other people.

Their cases are still pending.

His comments came three days after National Security Minister Martin Joseph, disclosed in the Parliament exactly how much money the Government spent on the blimps.

Joseph defended the acquisition saying that they were part of an overall law enforcement strategy and provided vital intelligence for crime fighting.

Joseph said the Government sold the first blimp, the Aeros 40B SkyDragon, for its original $15.75 million price tag and after spending an additional $7.2 million to repair it.

So the real fockin price of this piece of shit is really almost 23 million. Will any fockin body in dey right mind buy something and spend half of the cost to repair it. Doesnt make fockin sense to me. To PNMites maybe!

The Government then leased the Skyship 600 at a cost of $4,785,590 for the period November 24, 2005, to mid-May 2006 and then purchased it at a price of $15,750,000, in June 2006.

The Skyship 600 is the only airship currently in operation and costs an average of $1.417 million a month or $17.01 million annually while an additional $26.9 million has been spent to repair and maintain it.

How in the mudder cont world you will buy ah fockin car and spend almost twice the amount to repair. Does that make sense ?

We were building the airport and the PNM accused the UNC of corruption in the airport building. We held an enquiry," Panday said.

He then added: "We ask them to reciprocate. When they called for an enquiry into the airport, we did it. We are calling for an enquiry into the purchase of the blimps."

Oh fock the PNM real take the cake yes.

Some party hack make some good donsai on this fockin deal.

Leh we find out who bought it on behalf of the PNM.

Ramesh says IC probing minister’s US account


Opposition chief whip Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj says the Integrity Commission is investigating a top Government minister who allegedly has a $49 million (US$8 million) bank account in the United States.

The Tabaquite MP was addressing the UNC’s national congress at Rienzi Complex in Couva yesterday, when he made the disclosure.

He said the minister had already been questioned by police, and the Prime Minister Patrick was aware of the situation.

Maharaj claimed that the minister had failed to disclose the information to the Integrity Commission and had gone to the US to change the paper trail, but failed and came back the night before Parliament opened.

Maharaj said the Opposition was going all out to make the Government account on this and other issues of corruption.

The UNC-Alliance MP said several members of Government boards had indicated that they were going to resign from these boards, because they were not prepared to be investigated by the Integrity Commission.

Maharaj said many board members had been involved in influence peddling.

He said some companies involved had no tendering procedures, and there were several allegations of major Government corruption.

Maharaj said the Government’s mega security projects were only avenues for PNM bigwigs to siphon State funds through kickbacks.

He said the blimp, patrol boats and helicopters had all failed to detect any crime, even though millions of dollars had been spent.

Ah mean ah really curious to know which one of these fockers banking so much change. Ah massive $8 million fockin US....wey!

But Ram yuh really have to leggo the name in Parliament otherwise nutten go happen.

Ah mean the Integrity Comm. is another PNM party group and the next thing yuh go hear is that they call in this fockin thief and ask them to amend dey form.

Saturday, February 9, 2008


Martin Joseph defends $67m spent on blimps as Opposition charges corruption...

National Security Minister Martin Joseph admitted yesterday that the very first blimp which this Government had purchased at a cost $12.6 million was not suitable for this country's weather conditions.

In addition, Joseph said $7,056,000 was spent to maintain and repair this non functioning blimp-Aeros 40B SkyDragon-that was acquired on December 20, 2004.

This was over a six-month period at $1,176,000 a month.

Joseph disclosed these figures at yesterday's Parliament sitting at the Red House, Port of Spain, in response to a question on the Order Paper from Princes Town North MP Subhas Panday.

Joseph said Government acquired and leased three aerial surveillance platforms between 2004 and 2006.

According to Joseph, the Aeros 40B SkyDragon, "was later found to be unsuited for the local atmospheric conditions" and as a result a decision was taken to lease a new blimp - the Skyship 600.

The SkyShip 600 was leased at a cost of $4,785,590 for the period November 24, 2005, to mid-May 2006 and repairs and maintenance cost were part of the lease.

Joseph said in 2006 the Government sold the first blimp at its initial cost and decided to purchase the Skyship 600 at a price of $15,750,000.

The Skyship 600 was purchased in June 2006 and according to Joseph it is "the only airship currently in operation".

Joseph said the average cost of maintaining the Skyship 600 is $1,417,000 a month, which amounts to $17,010,000 annually.

Since it was purchased, approximately $26,929,000 has been spent to repair and maintain this blimp.

According to the figures provided by Joseph, this means that approximately $67,120,590 has been spent on blimps over the past three years. Government was able to recoup $12.6 million spent on the purchase of the first blimb which it sold.

Joseph described the blimp as an operation tool in the law enforcement regime and not an independent asset and it is part of a holistic information and intelligence programme that involves all the arms of law enforcement agencies in the country.

"This intelligence gathering capability has proven to be of tremendous use as an investigative aid and as a resource in crime management,'' Joseph said.

"While extensive detail relating to its operations cannot be disclosed for reasons of national security, I would like to reassure my honourable colleagues that the airship remains a valuable asset and that its contribution toward helping to alleviate the current crime situation cannot be underestimated," Joseph continued.

He was then pressed by Tabaquite MP Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj and Panday (S) as to what sort of crimes and the number of criminal activities the blimp helped to solve.

Joseph reiterated that the specific number of crimes the blimp has aided cannot be calculated as it is all part of a holistic effort of law enforcement agencies.

In defence of the blimp, Joseph pointed out that this technology is increasingly being used by a number of countries to curtail various types of crimes.

He said the United States secret service used it during the 1994 World Cup, it was also used by the New York police department for counter terrorism activities as well as in Greece for the 2004 Olympics.

Joseph said last year the Venezuelan Government purchased three blimps in an effort to curtail criminal activities in that country as it has the highest death rate from firearms with some 34.3 deaths per 100,000 according to the United Nations.

What fockin amount of maoney this fockin PNM has to spend for zero return on investment.

For Joseph to 'answer' as he did (because he really didn't answer at all) is fockin downright insulting to the intelligence.

“It has proven to be of tremendous use as an investigative (tool) and resource in crime management,” he says. Oh fock?

How exactly has the blimp done so? It is a mudder cont flying antenna, nothing more, and may be equipped with directional sound amplifiers to listen in on conversations on the ground. However, it is doubtful that it ever heard any conversations of value beyond "Ay, allyuh see the blimp up dere?"

'I would like to reassure my honourable colleagues that the airship remains a valuable asset and that its contribution toward helping to alleviate the current crime situation cannot be underestimated," Joseph continued. '

The last fockin time I checked, the crime figures were skyrocketing, so I have no idea what this cont talkin bout. The statistics tell a totally different story. And using the fact that other countries have also purchased blimps in the past is hardly an answer to the question 'what has the blimp done for us?' -

Blimps have been used for things like the World Cup for one simple reason: they can stay aloft and almost stationary for extended periods of time, unlike fixed or rotary winged aircraft, and thus don't require constant takeoffs and landings to refuel, but these events have been of limited duration and for finite geography, which is a very different application than the one that cacahole is 'defending'.

Friday, February 8, 2008

Panday Lyrics

Friday, February 8 2008


The following is an open letter to Ms Allison Demas, CEO of COTT, The Copyright Organisation of Trinidad and Tobago.

Dear Madam,

I would be grateful if you can kindly tell the public whether the country’s newly-crowned King of Calypso, Sugar Aloes (Michael Osuna) sought and obtained the prior permission from your Organisation(COTT) to use the intellectual property of Opposition Leader, Mr Basdeo Panday, vis Mr Panday’s so-called “Concession Speech” which he made on election night, November 5, 2007?

If not, can you please say whether PNM Calypsonians do not need a licence to copy anything in the country — but Music Pirates do?




Wednesday, February 6, 2008


A major research institution has announced the discovery of the heaviest element yet know to science - "PNMtium." It has 1 neutron, 12 assistant neutrons, 75 deputy neutrons and 111 assistant deputy neutrons for an atomic mass of 312. These 312 particles are held together by forces called morons that are further surrounded by vast quantities of lepton-like sub particles called peons (also called URPeons). There is a related group of sub-particles called CEPEPeons which occupy space, but do little more than polish adjacent matter while consuming vast amounts of resources. Without these sub-particles, however, it becomes almost impossible for PNMtium to exist.

PNMtium has no electrons and is therefore inert. It can be detected however since it impedes every reaction it comes into contact with. A tiny amount of PNMtium can take a reaction that normally occurs in seconds and slow it to the point where it can take years.

PNMtium has a normal half-life of 2.5 years. It doesn't decay but "re-organizes", a process where assistant deputy neutrons and deputy neutrons change places. This process actually causes it to grow as in the confusion some morons become neutrons, thereby forming isodopes.

This phenomenon of "moron promotion" has led to some speculation that PNMtium forms whenever sufficient morons meet in concentration forming critical morass. Researches believe that in PNMtium, the more you re-organize, the morass you cover.

Scientifockingly said!

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Manning pleased with protective services

Louis B Homer South Bureau
Tuesday, February 5th 2008

Prime Minister Patrick Manning said yesterday that he was very pleased with the performance of the protective services.

"There have been no real incidents and from what I understand is that police and the protective services are on a zero tolerance programme."

Manning made the comment yesterday while visiting the San Fernando East Constituency office.
Manning was not accompanied by his wife, Senator Hazel Manning.

He said, "she is playing mas in Port of Spain with Tribe and tomorrow (Tuesday) I will be at the Prime Minister's house. I have a lot of work to do and this will give me an opportunity to get through most of my paperwork."

He said that he was very impressed with the work that the CEPEP carnival crew is doing in San Fernando, "I couldn't believe my eyes when I came down Coffee Street."

Mayor Kenneth Ferguson was also in loud praise for the work that the workers.

"Hear nah man, before the masqueraders drop something on the ground the group was there to pick it up and put it in garbage bags," he said.

He said he was very happy with the carnival programme and with the behaviour of the revellers.

This fockin cont ha to be living in Mars or some other planet.

Lemme quote from some other articles of the daily newspapers.

from today's Guardian:

Carnival violence leaves five dead
The Carnival has been marred with violence, as five men, among them the brother of attorney Wayne Sturge, were killed in separate incidents during last Friday’s Soca Monarch competition and J’Ouvert morning...

30 arrested in Sando
J’OUVERT celebrations in San Fernando were marred by several fights and stabbings, which left at least one person in a critical condition...

Kidnapped woman released
KIDNAP victim Zalina Mohammed has been released. Police said Mohammed was released after part of a $1million ransom was reportedly paid to her abductors...

from today's Express:

'Crock' shot dead
ONE of the most devious and feared gangland killers, Sheldon 'Crock' Scott was shot dead on Sunday night.

'Stabbing time' at PoS General
THE Port of Spain General hospital saw more than its fair share of Jouvert morning related injuries with the majority of patients being treated for injuries sustained during fights in the downtown area of the capital.

Attorney's brother dies after stabbing
THE brother of attorney Wayne Sturge was killed on Friday night near the Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain by some men who attempted to pick his pocket.

from today's Newsday:

Undertaker arrested for robbery
A-26-YEAR-OLD undertaker was yesterday arrested and charged with the kidnapping and robbery of a “PH” driver.

26 held in Grande
TWENTY-SIX persons were arrested during Jouvert celebrations in Sangre Grande yesterday for several offences including possession of weapons and disorderly behaviour.

Now just ah reminder these articles are just from today's newpapers and didnt include from yesterdays or Sunday's.

Does Manning think we are all conts like he dotish nigga supporters and coolie freeloaders?

Fockin man could lie boldface!

Kidnapped woman released

KIDNAP victim Zalina Mohammed has been released. Police said Mohammed was released after part of a $1million ransom was reportedly paid to her abductors.

Mohammed, 32, was kidnapped from her home on Main Road, Orange Valley around 8.30 am by two menlast week Thursday .

She and her family operate a wholesale liquor store downstairs her home.

Mohammed was released near Sum Sum Hill, Claxton Bay around 2 am yesterday.

A report said two men pulled up at the businessplace and took out two empty cases of beer. The men claimed they wanted to purchase two cases of the product.

Mohammed then told a male employee to assist the men. One of the kidnappers pulled out a gun and bundled Mohammed in a Mazda 323 vehicle.

Sources said yesterday Mohammed was in good health. She was shaken by the ordeal, however. (AD)

I didnt expect any better.

I know these people had to pass change to get that oman release. No way in the world you could have depended on the Police to give assistance to that family.

Waste ah fockin time, all ah dem musbe was in tong drinking and having ah good time, saying that they out in full force to protect the fockin niggas.

Carnival violence leaves five dead


The Carnival has been marred with violence, as five men, among them the brother of attorney Wayne Sturge, were killed in separate incidents during last Friday’s Soca Monarch competition and J’Ouvert morning.

Their deaths have pushed the year’s murder toll to 50.

Several others were stabbed and robbed during the Carnival celebrations.

It was only last week that Police Commissioner Trevor Paul announced that no one would spoil the mas, while Tourism Minister Joseph Ross said tourists had nothing to fear.

Nicholas Sturge died at Port-of-Spain General Hospital on Sunday, after he was stabbed during Friday’s Soca Monarch at Queen’s Park Oval.

Sturge, 25, of Greenhill Village in Diego Martin, died after suffering from multiple stab wounds to his back, detectives said.

A report said Sturge was at the competition around 5 am on Saturday when he was accosted by two men who attempted to rob him.

Sturge struggled with the men and was stabbed in the back. The men disappeared in the crowd.
Sturge was taken to hospital, but succumbed to his injuries.

Three other patrons were stabbed at the Oval and taken to hospital for treatment.

Up to late yesterday evening, one partygoer was listed in critical condition. The other two patrons were treated and discharged.

Wayne Sturge Snr, father of the deceased, complained in a telephone interview about the lack of proper treatment at the hospital and from the police.

He said nurses ignored his son when he complained of breathing problems.

“My son cried in pain and we (relatives) told the nurses, who only said he saw a doctor half-an-hour ago.”

“I don’t want money; it can’t bring back my son. I want justice for them doctors to face the penalty. They are lapsing.” .

The irate father said when he spoke to a police officer, he said he could not do anything, because of the lack of evidence.

Former Laventille Executive Council member Sheldon “Croc” Scott, of Picton Road, was killed on Sunday night at Fatima Trace in Laventille.

Police said Scott, described as “Most Wanted and notorious,” died around 9 pm.

A report said residents heard several loud explosions. On checking, Scott’s body was found in a pool of blood.

Macdonald Padmore, public relations officer of the Laventille Executive Council, said men were killing for fame or a stupid cause.

Padmore said peace talks would be held after Carnival.

Wayne Sherry, 40, of Prizgar Lands in Laventille, was found dead on Sunday night on Sixth Street, Beetham Gardens.

A police report said Sherry left home with a female companion to find transport for her around 10.15 pm.

Beetham residents reportedly heard several loud explosions and called the police.

When officers of the Inter-Agency Task Force responded, they found Sherry’s body on the road.
His body bore multiple gunshot wounds.

Police list of Carnival stabbings, shootings

* Aaron Ganish of Laventille, shot around 4 am in Port-of-Spain.
* Adison Gaines, 18, of Laventille shot in Port-of-Spain.
* Gary Lawrence of Aranguez, shot in Morvant.
* Indra Maraj, 47, of St Joseph, was shot in her left foot at George Street, Port-of-Spain.
* Camille Durham, 17, of Cocorite, stabbed in the back at Roxy Roundabout, St James.
* Marcus Phillips, 22, of St Augustine, stabbed in the back around at a St James bar.
* Kareem Forde, 19, of Upper Laventille, stabbed in the left arm in Port-of-Spain.
* Rose White, 25, of Petit Valley, was stabbed in her back on Frederick Street around 4 am in Port-of-Spain.
* John Pierre, 17, of Barataria, was stabbed about his body on Frederick Street, Port-of-Spain.
* Sheldon Charles, 20, of Laventille, stabbed in Port-of-Spain.
* Ravi Seecheran, 17, of St James, suffered injuries in an attempted robbery in Port-of-Spain.
* Marcus Phillips, of Barataria, stabbed on Alfredo Street, Woodbrook.
* Kiuro Brawaithe, 23, of Gonzales, stabbed on Broadway, Port-of-Spain..
* Marcia Phillips, of Barataria, stabbed on Alfredo Street, Woodbrook.* Anthony Butler, of Morvant, stabbed on Greaves Street, St Clair.
* Curtis Simon of Beetham Estate, beaten in Port-of-Spain.
* Ralph Cupid, 25, of Carenage, stabbed on St Vincent Street, Port-of-Spain.
* Anita Nicolas, 21, of Woodbrook, beaten on her head in Port-of-Spain.
* Shelly Ann Downes, 25, of John John, suffered head injuries in a fight in Port-of-Spain.
* Robert Mitchell, of Port-of-Spain, beaten on Queen Street, Port-of-Spain.

Ah thought we big fockin pappy Com. of Pricks said it "was jail for Carnaval."

Oh Lord, this is the fockin Carnaval...

I so happy to see that is plenty niggas geh lick up. Go Fete some more, we still have today and cool dong day.

Fockin kill one another, I enjoying it.

Monday, February 4, 2008

Revised Vision 2020

In light of recent developments, the Vision 2020 Secretariat has had to revise the original Vision 2020 to incorporate some goals that it feels will be most likely to be achieved.

The Revised Vision 2020 envisions that by 2020 :-

Ø T&T would be one big massive traffic jam
Ø Streets would be deserted after sundown
Ø Nightlife would be non-existent
Ø People would pay to play mas in enclosed areas like the Stadium, since the streets would not be safe
Ø Small business would close and send staff home because people would not be able to afford to eat out
Ø Then the Syrians will buy out their properties
Ø Murders and kidnappings will continue
Ø People will return their cable boxes, and antennas on top of homes will reappear
Ø Price Smart will introduce a Gold Card for PNM friends and family and CEPEP contractors
Ø The Water Taxi project will be promised by 2025
Ø Everyone under 25 will be a graduate of the University of T&T, but will be unemployable anywhere in the world
Ø UTT will still be spending millions on God knows what
Ø A Panday will still control Indian votes
Ø The sugar workers will still be waiting on their lands
Ø Most of their lands will be bought by Syrian businessmen
Ø The Police Service will introduce credit card and ATM facilities at Police Stations for easy payment
Ø High rise buildings in POS will remain unoccupied
Ø The Interchange Project will be stopped until the Commission of Enquiry into corruption is finished
Ø Belgroves will open a kiosk at the Casualty Unit of all the main Hospitals
Ø A doubles will turn into a singles, and be a once a week treat
Ø Kiss Bakeries will introduce a sliced hops
Ø The US and Canada will stop issuing visas to Trinis
Ø Natural gas reserves will run out
Ø Three smelters will be killing our people, but the environmentalists of the NW Peninsula will only be concerned with re-afforestation and landing some big UN job
Ø There will be a demand for Jamaican and Guyanese dollars
Ø The Piarco Airport corruption trial will enter its 2564th day of hearing
Ø Dookeran will write newspaper columns from his home in Canada
Ø All persons south of the Caroni will have to buy a monthly pass or pay a toll to drive into POS
Ø Manning will be Executive President for life
Ø The rich will get richer
Ø The poor will get poorer
Ø The middle class will disappear
Ø The PNM will continue tiefing and denying that we are a failed State

Sunday, February 3, 2008

USA Niggas

Black men missing
By Phillip Jackson

There is no longer a need for dire predictions, hand-wringing, or apprehension about losing a generation of Black boys. It is too late.

In education, employment, economics, incarceration, health, housing, and parenting, we have lost a generation of young Black men.

The question that remains is will we lose the next two or three generations, or possibly every generation of Black boys hereafter to the streets, negative media, gangs, drugs, poor education, unemployment, father absence, crime, violence and death.

Most young Black men in the United States don't graduate from high school. Only 35 percent of Black male students graduated from high school in Chicago and only 26 percent in New York City, according to a 2006 report by The Schott Foundation for Public Education. Only a few Black boys who finish high school actually attend college, and of those few Black boys who enter college, nationally, only 22 percent of them finish.

Young Black male students have the worst grades, the lowest test scores, and the highest dropout rates of all students in the country.

When these young Black men don't succeed in school, they are much more likely to succeed in the nation's criminal justice and penitentiary system. And it was discovered recently that even when a young Black man graduates from a US college, there is a good chance that he is from Africa, the Caribbean or Europe, and not the United States.

Black men in prison in America have become as American as apple pie. There are more Black men in prisons and jails in the United States (about 1.1 million) than there are Black men incarcerated in the rest of the world combined.

This criminalisation process now starts in elementary schools with Black male children as young as six and seven years old being arrested in staggering numbers according to a 2005 report, Education on Lockdown by the Advancement Project.

The rest of the world is watching and following the lead of America. Other countries including England, Canada, Jamaica, Brazil and South Africa are adopting American social policies that encourage the incarceration and destruction of young Black men. This is leading to a worldwide catastrophe. But still, there is no adequate response from the American or global Black community.

Worst of all is the passivity, neglect and disengagement of the Black community concerning the future of our Black boys.

We do little while the future lives of Black boys are being destroyed in record numbers. The schools that Black boys attend prepare them with skills that will make them obsolete before, and if, they graduate. In a strange and perverse way, the Black community, itself, has started to wage a kind of war against young Black men and has become part of this destructive process.

Who are young Black women going to marry? Who is going to build and maintain the economies of Black communities? Who is going to anchor strong families in the Black community? Who will young Black boys emulate as they grow into men? Where is the outrage of the Black community at the destruction of its Black boys? Where are the plans and the supportive actions to change this? Is this the beginning of the end of the Black people in America?

The list of those who have failed young Black men includes our government, our foundations, our schools, our media, our Black churches, our Black leaders, and even our parents. Ironically, experts say that the solutions to the problems of young Black men are simple and relatively inexpensive, but they may not be easy, practical or popular.

It is not that we lack solutions as much as it is that we lack the will to implement these solutions to save Black boys. It seems that government is willing to pay billions of dollars to lock up young Black men, rather than the millions it would take to prepare them to become viable contributors and valued members of our society.

Please consider these simple goals that can lead to solutions for fixing the problems of young Black men:

Short term
1) Teach all Black boys to read at grade level by the third grade and to embrace education
2) Provide positive role models for Black boys
3) Create a stable home environment for Black boys that includes contact with their fathers
4) Ensure that Black boys have a strong spiritual base
5) Control the negative media influences on Black boys
6) Teach Black boys to respect all girls and women

Long term
1) Invest as much money in educating Black boys as in locking up Black men
2) Help connect Black boys to a positive vision of themselves in the future
3) Create high expectations and help Black boys live into those high expectations
4) Build a positive peer culture for Black boys
5) Teach Black boys self-discipline, culture and history
6) Teach Black boys and the communities in which they live to embrace education and life-long learning

More Facts
* 37.7 percent of Black men in the United States are not working (2006 Joint Economic Committee Study chaired by Senator Charles E. Schumer (D-NY))
* 58 percent of Black boys in the United States do not graduate from high school (2006 Report from the Schott Foundation for Public Education)
* Almost 70 percent of Black children are born into female, single parent households (2000 Census Report)
* About 1 million Black men in the United States are in prison (US Justice Department)

Niggas (World problem)

Guyana Niggas

Guyana is a country with a high negro population whohave no capital,are not landed, incapable ofmanagement of anything except 100% incompetence, and who prey on the non negro population.

The country is basically one big inner city slum. The projects. A dumpster.

To know where progress is going just take alook at the street behind the Public Buildings. It is the same slum since the 1964 black usurpation.The much publicized successful co operative backward revolution. Objective, Haiti and black Africa. Which was achieved thanks to the negro collaboration in crime.

In twenty eight years of black rule,the resulting growth was zero,theft,and many children born out of wedlock.A tribal black statement of manhood. Buggerywas also a passtime most prevalent among blacks, and was often popularized in cinversations. A veritableSodom and Gomorrah.Guyana was a hellish place to exist.

I had proposed all along to settle the negro problem in Guyana.

A flight of B52 bombers armed with napalm (jellied gasolene i.e firebombs) should drop their bombloads on Buxton, Tiger Bay, Lodge,Sophia, TheMocca area, East Lapenitance, Vryman's Erven and otherAfrica inner city ghettos. Obliterating the SOB's and bulldozing the area.

Resettling the bandit familes in Mazaruni, Cuyuni, and Potaro rivers.If they interfere with the natives living there,which I do not doubt they will do, they will receive for their efforts the required compliment of arrows and blowpipe darts.

Then when Venezuela invades to reclaim the land the Britishstole, they will finally deal with these outcasts.

Not mine. Just another article John Cont or Kay whatever.

Car dealers plan to shut down PoS

...after protesters fail to meet minister
Camille Bethel

Foreign-used car dealers intend to shut down Port of Spain next Friday, president of the Pre-owned Car Dealers Association Inshan Ishamel said yesterday, after a three-and-a-half-hour protest in front of the Ministry of Trade and Industry on Independence Square, Port of Spain, yielded no response from Minister Keith Rowley.

Speaking to the Express after the protest yesterday afternoon, Ishmael said, "The battle has just begun. That is why next Friday will be Black Friday. We will be bringing all of our vehicles with D plates and blocking the streets of Port of Spain. Port of Spain is going to remember us."

The car dealers, their families and employees descended upon the capital early yesterday, waving placards out their car windows, honking horns and blinking headlights in protest of the ministry 's decision to put a hold on the issuing of licences to them.

Protesting outside of the ministry's Nicholas Towers office, Ishmael said: "We are asking you, Mr Rowley, with all due respect, to change your mind because we are not backing down."

The dealers called on the minister to issue the licences so they could feed their families and pay their employees.

"We want we licences, right now, we need we money, right now."

Other protesters who were unable to get parking spaces at the side of the road circled Independence Square with signs stuck to their car windows, doors and car hoods. Many of the placards questioned what would happen to the price of vehicles when there was no more competition for the new car dealers.

Ishmael was adamant that even if they do not get the licences, they would still import the cars.
"This registered system was only started two years ago and they haven't even given it a chance, but if this system is stopped we will go back to the old system. We will go online and order the cars just like we used to do before they started registering us and still bring them in because this industry serves the poor people," he said.

"If Mr Rowley feels he is going to push, I am going to push harder."

At one point it seemed like the car dealers and the police would clash, as the group of protesters started crossing the street back and forth, standing in front of cars and even sitting in front of cars, hindering the flow of traffic along the road and the pavement on Independence Square.
Ishmael and the other protesters were then confronted by the lawmen, who told them they had no permission to gather on the pavement of the Brian Lara Promenade and they should disperse.

In a release issued late Thursday, the ministry said it had already issued 2,900 licences to the 352 registered used car dealers as of January 23, 2008, and additional licences had been temporarily suspended pending the completion of a current review of the quota system.

Inshan, you is the cause for all this dostishness. Its a pity some members of your organisation have to go along with your fockery and dotishness.

Just in case yuh forget its the fockin UNC that made foreign use cars available to the small man. And fockin you and yuh cohorts that support the COP responsible for putting the fockin PNM back in office.

So fockin take wa u get in yuh ass.

I hope dey lock up yuh cont this time and some big nigga well oil yuh bamcee in the cell.

Stupid COP cont.

Saturday, February 2, 2008

Jail for Carnival

Saturday, February 2 2008

POLICE Commissioner Trevor Paul yesterday issued a stern warning to members of the public arrested during Carnival Monday and Tuesday, that they will be kept in custody until they appear in court on Ash Wednesday.

In the past, persons arrested in Port-of-Spain on Carnival Monday appeared before a magistrate during a special sitting but as a strategy to deter persons from committing crimes, a decision was taken to keep arrested persons in custody in the mandatory 48-hour period which the police are allowed.

Paul made the statements during a press briefing with Chief of Defence Staff, Brigadier Edmund Dillon, Director of the Special Anti-Crime Unit of Trinidad and Tobago (SAUTT) Brigadier Peter Joseph, and Comptroller of Customs and Excise Fitzroy John at the Ministry of National Security, Port-of-Spain yesterday.

Paul, who was the first to address members of the media, said, “I have also given strict instructions to police officers to deal aggressively with those who choose to indulge in criminal activities, and moreso, to confront law enforcement as they commit their criminal acts.”

“It must be understood that any such confrontation will be met with the degree of force that is deemed necessary,” said a tough talking Paul.

He said 4,000 police officers will be utilised during the celebrations with support from the Defence Force which will have soldiers on the ground on mobile patrols and on reserve at camp. The Commissioner did not say where the 4,000 officers will come from since the Police Service was up to yesterday operating with a strength of close to 2,500 officers.

Newsday learnt that the Commissioner has recalled officers on leave to report for duty to augment the strength of the service for Carnival.

J’ouvert will begin at 4 am on Carnival Monday. Police officers are threatening to “sick out” in protest over the non-payment of overtime owed to them since February last year. Sources revealed that the Commissioner has not given any indication when the overtime will be paid.

In terms of security, Paul said officers assisted by soldiers will also focus on the properties of those who may be away from their homes participating in the Carnival, either as masqueraders or spectators, ensuring that their properties are not the targets of criminals. He also said closed circuit television cameras will be used in Port-of-Spain and outlying areas.

The Commissioner was given the assurance yesterday by Brigadiers Dillon and Joseph that the police will get the necessary support in an attempt to make Carnival crime free and safe.

John said the coastal areas will be properly manned by customs officers and they will engage in joint patrols with the police in hot spots where smuggling takes place.

Yesterday, in an earlier press briefing at the Police Administration Building, Deputy Police Commissioner Gilbert Reyes said 2,000 police officers and 500 soldiers will be deployed in Port- of-Spain to ensure that Carnival is safe. With respect to threats that police officers owed overtime will proceed on a “sick out”, DCP Reyes said as far as he is aware, officers will not be proceeding in any sick out or protest action.

So wa d fock is the difference between living yuh normal life for the rest of the year and Carnival.

Oh god, I tell yuh nigga real dotish yes. Whole year dey killin one another, kidnapping, robbing and raping Indian people all over the country and this big mudder cont doh find it necessary to issue any "stern warnings."

Well Mr. Commissioner of Pissing, not everybody like to rant and rave and fock dong the place and be like animals for fockin Carnival.

Some of us like to use the period in ah productive manner and I think you should fockin focus on the normal people and not the fockin animals.

Friday, February 1, 2008

Niggers heading for T&T

Ship carrying refugees was Trinidad-bound
Richard Charan South Bureau
Friday, February 1st 2008

Trinidad was the destination of a ship carrying starving refugees from Africa, that was found adrift off the coast of Brazil.

On Wednesday immigration officials said the emigrants were being lured by Trinidad's booming economy and the promise of jobs.

A news report out of Rio De Janeiro stated that a barge drifting in the Atlantic Ocean on Tuesday was carrying 13 people, who had spent 17 days at sea making a trip across the Atlantic Ocean of almost 2,000 miles to get to Trinidad. The refugees were said to be showing signs or malnutrition and dehydration, the report stated.

They were taken into custody and joined more than 80 other people from 11 African States who were arrested in the Brazilian city of Sao Paolo.

Local immigration officers said the refugees were arriving in growing numbers along Trinidad's unsecured south coast, brought in by smugglers coming from Guyana and Venezuela.

A Ghanian man was held in Moruga last Friday in a police roadblock and went to court yesterday, charged with illegally entering Trinidad. He was denied bail and taken to prison.

Three other men believed to be from Ghana, and who arrived by fishing boat in Moruga, are being sought by police, who said that many of the Africans trying to get to Trinidad were from Sierra Leone, Nigeria.

Last month, six Vietnamese nationals were held in South Trinidad, and held for deportation.

A source in the Immigration Department said that emigrants were coming to work in construction jobs, knowing their ethnicity would make them anonymous. And they were being forced to make the Atlantic trip because of tough new visa requirements to get into Europe and strict enforcement of laws against illegal immigration. There is no visa requirement to land in Brazil.

With refugees coming in at Erin, Quinam, Moruga and Point Fortin, there are only three police investigators attached to the south Immigration Department to prosecute cases, the Express was told.

Yes yuh dotish white nigger lovin cont.

Yuh see nigga running for Trinidad. Yuh ever see any Indians running and coming here illegally?