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The Star (St. Lucia) - - COMMENT -

a gov­ern­ment is do­ing what it was do, the ev­i­dence is in­escapable. xpay­ers fork out mil­lions to keep ment’s var­i­ous pub­lic re­la­tions urn­ing out what makes the nt happy. With Ru­fus Bous­quet and mes fall­ing over them­selves in mi­na­tion to pol­ish Ge­orge Mal­let’s pub­lic im­age, it’s ob­vi­ous the nt does not need the STAR to sing its

e are any who can­not live with word on gov­ern­ment with­out the his­per of rea­son­able crit­i­cism, then eep their ra­dios tuned to tax-funded ucia. There is lit­tle chance their ears aulted by any men­tion of the lat­est rd scan­dal or per­sis­tent ru­mors of com­mis­sioner’s con­ve­nient early

Nei­ther will they hear from the nt’s pub­lic re­la­tions squad about king at Her Majesty’s prison. ndeed, if what you yearn for is what g politi­cians would pre­fer to deny bvi­ously you have lit­tle choice read­ing the only news­pa­per bly ded­i­cated to bring­ing the truth

Note: The above was first pub­lished

in the STAR of 24 Septem­ber 1988!

to forty years as St. Lucia’s n. He re­signed in 1995 to of Vaughan Lewis—who later nny An­thony in 2005!

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