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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!