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Letter: UWP national council prepares to throw Stephenson King and Richard Frederick under the bus
Published on January 15, 2014 Email To Friend    Print Version

Dear Sir:

My eyes are beginning to hurt me as I watch co-conspirators disguised as ‘UWP stalwarts’ opine on my television. While I pray for guidance, I never thought the UWP would kneel to become a party of throwaways. As hard as it was listening to Oswald Augustin deny reading or receiving a letter from FACTS, the watchmen had already confirmed otherwise, reminding me “you just can’t remake these socialists.” Their job is simply to carefully massage the master ego.

The other hurtful part that is hard to understand is why would Oswald Augustin, who was made an advisor to Stephenson King, a director of the board of St Lucia Air and Sea Port Authority (SLASPA) for a period of two years with effect from March 11, 2011, while being a major shareholder of Consolidated Foods Ltd (CFL) -- sold recently to Neal & Massy -- and owner of Joseph’s Shipping Agency and the shipping agency for CFL, detest Stephenson King so much.

Why would an SLP throwaway Catherine Sealys, with several aliases on Facebook, under the handle Vitalis Earnest say, “I prefer my political leader to choose respect over love… Because in a general election battle Stephenson King (SK) will be defeated hands down by SLP, he does not have what it takes because he cannot even decide to get off his bed and catch a shower so he can attend a meeting on TIME!!!”

This was further supported by Peter Josie this morning on a Flambeau radio station, Harmony Radio, on the program Hitting Across the Line.

I wonder what has happen to the restructuring and working together with unity and love as the UWP mission and values call for. This to me is absolute hypocrisy, while burning the candles at both ends. I would like to remind these jokers in Allen’s UWP that political power is in the streets… in the hands of the people.

Allen is making a huge error thinking he can own the UWP. Allen needs to know that stewardship is what the UWP needs. The party is not a commodity for sale, like pain eh pannier on a supermarket shelf. Politics is not driven by crowds that have a strategy of fun and games. Politics is no longer for brokers of deceit with petty bourgeoisie that operate like leeches on poor people. By Allen’s behaviour he obviously needs to return to school and learn about political management, delegation of roles and responsibility. People can differ with Stephenson King all they want but I think he understands politics well enough to recognize these points. He has represented the UWP well over the years.

I listened to Flambeau radio this morning where Peter Josie used the opportunity to say that Stephenson King’s best years are behind him and that Allen Chastanet is the best one for the UWP. My reaction to this is there he goes again, braying at the top of his voice like the donkey nearby. He went on to announce that the UWP will be holding a national conference on Sunday, January19, with the intent to “strengthen” the party and deal with at least three rogues in the party that must be cleaned. Whoo... Peter Josie, the new Judas, is back. His arrogance of the 1979-80s has not changed. This time he is determined to carefully massage the master ego. And at any cost to be subservient to the master with the whip to straighten the little black boys!

It is interesting that Peter Josie, as chairman of the Gros Islet UWP constituency branch, is one of nine constituencies who are said to have signed a letter to force a national council meeting to deal with the situation concerning Stephenson King and Richard Frederick. The nine constituencies are Gros Islet, Barboneau, East Castries, South East Castries, Anse La Raye/Canaries, Soufriere, Vieux Fort South and Dennery North and South.

As Allen continues to reinvent the party with arrogance, a call from my friend reminded me, “A scorpion can never change its inherited aggressive nature.” Their action has been consistently destructive. They continue to operate as the enemy of peace with impunity and a cut throat attitude. I truly believe this is their nature that was mistakenly characterized in a UWP government that fed them when they were hungry and destitute. This reminds me “you just can’t remake these socialists” that are wrapped in the UWP. It will be unsuccessful to scramble to control the damage that these SLP throwaways are doing to the UWP image.

Tori Fatal
 
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