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Letter: Allen Chastanet betting odds on 'revolution'
Published on February 13, 2016 Email To Friend    Print Version

Dear Sir:

News media have confirmed that Sarah Flood-Beaubrun is on board the aristocrat Allen Chastanet's team to perform major roles for the Destructive Workers Party (DWP) ‘revolution’. Yes, man, for lack of real news that was news! She was front and centre at the last political meeting. Yep! What changed?

Not too long ago, Guy ‘Poodle’ Joseph told Sarah to toe the line. It seems she has, with the promise to return to the United Nations, this time as the ambassador. What? Easy, man!

It gets better, mate! Secret meetings and phone calls enlighten me that Dr Ubaldas Raymond is next. Remember him? At the last general election, as a candidate for the Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP), Stephenson King told him, whoa wrong with de bush doctor? Well, the rest is history.

The King took care of business at the polls and Kenny and Tony told Ubaldas, he eh a good enough doctor to be in cabinet. He ended up in the Turks and Caicos Islands. The interesting thing is his eyes are still on Emma ‘Granny’ Hippolyte. Don’t ask me why, you go find out why!

Oh, before I forget, Felicia Browne will be climbing on board the aristocrat Allen Chastanet's kiss ass ‘revolution’ shortly. Eh… for now, I will wash my tongue and wipe my fingers with hyssop since I am unwilling to doubt mendicant’s candor.

But wow… these moves have me thinking hmmm… are Sarah, Ubaldas and Felicia the gatekeepers to DWP vision of disaster for Saint Lucia? Can someone, anyone, please explain? Really, you mean these tired relics are expected to modernize de party, get out the vote and start the ‘revolution’? I cannot doubt their talent but where is Timothy Poleon when de party needs him?

My take is no amount of cosmetics will make these artificial faces look pretty, young and clean. In the worse possible way their job is to be a footnote to whatever the aristocrats and the Castries mulattos put on the table. Don’t giggle folks, but Sesame Street or Oscar the Grouch know how to do a better job!

Betting odds on ‘revolution’, the aristocrat Allen Chastanet has bought off Civil Service Association (CSA) president Cletus Cyril and general secretary Wilfred Pierre. Thanks to Mary 'The Tyrant' Isaac, these DWP rabble-rousers are running things. CSA members cannot get to host a meeting in their building, but Castries Central constituency branch is allowed to host a fund raiser for election campaign. Aaaa, what happen to the alleged millions in laundry money? I say no more!

As is customary, the aristocrat Allen Chastanet has no respect for anyone standing in his way with common sense and manners. Last month he saw nothing better to do but growl at lifetime trustee Bristol: …if you eh like how I doing things in my party… you can go! No surprise there! Last year, Pearl Alcindor was told the same thing. So there you go, a lack of respect is the new culture of DWP collective stupidity towards original hardcore flambeaus and their families that have paid their dues many times over, risking finances, business and family life for de party. All that time the overgrown baby, aristocrat Allen Chastanet was dribbling on nipples! Yuck, this is awful, but Guy ‘Poodle’ Joseph is always nearby to help out.

So indulging in pleasure, Guy ‘Poodle’ Joseph has said his DWP is fully prepared to take on the other parties and retain governance of Saint Lucia, Oops! This does not sound reasonable to me when the mongrel cast and crew are Skinny, Sweet juice, Al, Dan…. my head is spinning off my shoulder. Nicholas John is on the list to act as campaign manager. Communications and strategy manager Elijah Anatole is quiet as a house mouse even as communications manager Lionel Ellis is the chief mascot with a rusty voice, tired and beat up face, still clowning for his allowance.

Peter Josie is still writing for his stipend. Bruce Tucker aka Bruce Talker was asked to fall in line behind the new Choiseul candidate. The promise to pay up that candidate's mortgage is on the to-do list following secret meetings. All that time Lenard ‘Spider’ Montoute was joking around in his web, working hard and dry for his endorsement on Sunday February 7. That is painful… dude!

Oh wow … I have goose bumps. More Boy Scouts/candidates are expected in the coming months and so too are promises flying more than runways at Hewanorra airport. On last count six persons were promised director of tourism held by Louis Lewis. Something must be sweating there!

Oops, did I say that! Party chairman, Guy Mayers has cautioned members not to discuss party business in public. But, it would be foolish of me, betting the odds on a ‘revolution’ for the benefit of aristocrat Allen Chastanet. This is a special state of disgrace for those who believe and very dangerous for the future.

So, my response to that is to put on my fatigues, lace my boots, pack some firepower and tune my intelligence to fight the ‘revolution’ to bring down the price of food in the aristocrat’s and Castries mulatto’s supermarkets and do away with aristocrat Allen Chastanet via the ballot box in Micoud South.

Tori Fatal
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