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Letter: Internet crazies should get themselves smoke detectors
Published on July 21, 2014 Email To Friend    Print Version

Dear Sir:

Internet crazies should get themselves smoke detectors and breathing apparatus, because PM Gonsalves said he is going to smoke them out.

Gonsalves, who as a young man was a news column crazy, some of our old folk even thought of him as a news columnist lunatic, a forerunner of an internet crazy. He has plenty of experience of being smoked out. He was smoked by some burning tyres and buildings in Jamaica. He was also the recipient of smoke bombs, and tear gas, launched by the Jamaican police when he led students and others who joined in a Marxist demonstration in Jamaica about the banning of Walter Rodney, his lecturer. Rodney was banned because the government had evidence he was trying to encourage Rasta men to attack and kill white tourists.

The irony of it is that Walter Rodney later was blown up in Guyana, his home country, whilst carrying a bomb in a car with the intention of blowing the prison walls. Of course that story has been changed by news column crazies and Marxist authors of crap falsities of the event.

Perhaps the 'smoking out' will include phone and internet tapping and intervention. I would put nothing past this nasty Marxist regime.

In 2001, President Bush said, "We're going to smoke them out". "The Taliban," he said, referring to the fundamentalists. Well that was a pretty serious national and international matter. Everyone stood behind him.

In 2014, Ralph E. Gonsalves said, "We're going to smoke them out" "The Internet Crazies," he said, referring to the bringers of truth. Well that is a pretty stupid utterance of no national or international relevance. No one stands behind him.

Bush was described by Hugo Chavez as Satan, right here in Saint Vincent, whilst sitting on a stage with Gonsalves, at which they both laughed and chuckled. Gonsalves allowed Chavez to insult our most important ally right here on Vincentian soil. Well the boot is now on the other foot, we are all sitting on the stage of international truth laughing and chuckling at Gonsalves, in fact I am roaring with the hilarity of it all. Gonsalves, may I suggest, is as about as stupid as one can get in the Caribbean ‘smoking them out’ scene, I believe he will find smoke to use because he is Satan, so let’s all have a hearty laugh whilst wearing our smoke and gas masks and breathing apparatus.

It’s my belief that Gonsalves is deeply annoyed because he likes to ‘own the party‘, ‘own the government‘, ‘own the plantation [called SVG]‘, ‘own the people‘, ’own the last word’, but he can’t ‘own the internet‘. Because most of the people that post on it are not in SVG at all, and he just hates the fact that he cannot inflict pain on them, by way of hate, spite, malice and sheer evil. I am told by someone who is often seated at his table, he has already had his collaborators investigating IP addresses and locations. Even Special Branch has been poking about. Wow! He is doing his best to smoke them out.

Peter Binose
 
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Allan H. Palmer:

Peter not them but you. You are the one with the hammer to his head every day. I don't have to tell you to be careful.

They will hack the Caribbean News Now just to get your I P address. I hope you have one of those program that gives you fictitious ip address. However be careful.


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