Me­dia Mat­ters ~ Be­tween brass tacks and bull shine!

The Star (St. Lucia) - - LOCAL -

Hey ev­ery Maco has his trade. Noth­ing wrong with the Lu­cian Hon­eys, your Tidi­ness, rather ex­pose them (to my de­light) to “boost” read­er­ship. He still lives in Pleas­antville, Gros Islet so pub­lish­ing the crime and hard life of St Lu­cians is not an op­tion for the re­tired Stud Muf­fin to put in the STAR for read­ers to clutch their pearls and slap their faces. This is his own Van­ity Fair Pal

– King Majesty 350+ Call Cen­tre Jobs Com­ing

Why not Saint Lu­cia?

– A.O. Popo Soufriere Cre­ole Jazz an­nounces line-up!

Oh well! I guess I will pass through ven­ture down the hill. I like the cul­tural vibes; great venue to dis­play my hemp So where is the red her­ring your Tidi­ness? How many na­tion­als from G5 coun­tries do you have in your jails in Saint Lu­cia? I bet the count is next to noth­ing when com­pared to Caribbean na­tion­als. If he was an English­man or an Amer­i­can he would have gone home a long time ago no mat­ter who is sit­ting up on the hill in Gov­ern­ment House. You know in your elderly mind­set you can’t be bit­ing the hands that have been feed­ing you for too long.

– King Majesty

Wel­come to Kenny’s St. Lu­cia, Rick. You have ar­rived. But wait! The rut of a failed jus­tice sys­tem goes way back to the in­de­pen­dence of St. Lu­cia in 1979. In­deed Jus­tice started to stink af­ter the ‘79 elec­tions and has only got­ten worse un­der suc­ces­sive gov­ern­ments. We, the peo­ple, are our own worst enemies as we con­tinue to elect per­sons who care pre­cious lit­tle about our jus­tice It ap­peared to be that both of those guys were say­ing the same thing, just choos­ing where to place the em­pha­sis. Among the facts were that tourism grew by (just) 2 % in 2015, that it is down for the first two months of 2016, and cruise ship ar­rivals are ex­pected to drop in 2016. Now let’s move on!

– Tori

Re­sponse to Joe’s let­ter

Am is de­tect­ing a huge chip on your shoul­der? Owen King clearly did a lot for peo­ple around the world but es­pe­cially in Saint Lu­cia. His colour is ir­rel­e­vant.

– World cit­i­zen

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