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Did Elec­tions 666 Re­veal the Real Ja­dia?

What is hid­den from the wise and the pru­dent will be re­vealed to the babes and the suck­ling. Ja­dia will need that mouth­piece for her­self.

- Clo­vis Chris Seph

Couldn’t have said it any bet­ter. Great ar­ti­cle!

- Glyne Carlisle Col­ly­more

This writer is right on. The same sen­ti­ments i’ve been echo­ing. Ja­dia and SLAP did more harm than good for SLP.

– Chrisa Nina

Ja­dia is go­ing places and her mouth will take her there. “Omerosa” the more ex­po­sure she gets the bet­ter, neg­a­tive or pos­i­tive all good cred­its.

- Dewin War­ren

Some­how I can­not help but feel that our women get more harshly crit­i­cized in all spheres of so­ci­ety in­clud­ing pol­i­tics. This is why I be­lieve many of our women are re­luc­tant to take their place at the fore­front of our pol­i­tics. But may I also dear say that when you put your­self be­fore the pub­lic and you en­trench your­self as a pub­lic fig­ure, com­men­ta­tor, critic etc, you best pre­pare your­self to be scru­ti­nized and crit­i­cized as well. I guess that’s just the way it goes not just Saint Lu­cia but the world over and we must ac­cept.

- Pauli­nus.

Ja­dia you are a great in­di­vid­ual, stay pos­i­tive.

– Daniel Cadette

You peo­ple take pol­i­tics way too se­ri­ously. Rick Wayne has a job to do, same way the Star has their job to do re­gard­less of who or what they pub­lish about. If there’s a story, why not pub­lish it?

– Sweet­lips Honey

Saint Lu­cians have been putting pol­i­tics above all else for as long as I can re­mem­ber, fam­i­lies es­pe­cially be­ing di­vided by red and yel­low. While I do not con­done her very pub­lic re­marks, Ja­dia is not the only one. In ad­di­tion, pol­i­tics was not her only rea­son for mak­ing the re­marks that she did. On an­other point, if Saint Lu­cians choose to fol­low some­one based on their words (which can be eas­ily mis­in­ter­preted as we see the case with Ja­dia) and not based on their ac­tions over the last five years, then we truly de­serve the gov­ern­ment we have elected.

- San­sha

Take heart, fel­low ‘de­sign­ers of dis­so­nance!’

Please ! Put a sock in it. Sim­ply put, his pri­mary in­flu­ence on St Lu­cian pol­i­tics was the fact he got things done. Not all was favourable to the masses. Some­times he had to rob Peter to pay Paul, even sell­ing the sea bed and giv­ing land and pass­ports and diplo­matic im­mu­nity for mil­lions to feed thy peo­ple but he got things done. Now let’s see what’s “for sale” by Allen and com­pany to feed and trick the masses, In­cen­tives, In­cen­tives, In­cen­tives - that will be their only op­tions. I can hear the phone ring­ing. Could it be Butch on the line?

– King Majesty

A good read and plenty of food for thought still, af­ter all those years.

-The Mav­er­ick

The New Cabi­net of Min­is­ters

Please help me un­der­stand this new Cabi­net con­fig­u­ra­tion. I still have not heard a good ex­pla­na­tion by the prime min­is­ter, his min­is­ters or his at­tache’.

- Pope Paul

Ar­ro­gance Lost the 2016 Elec­tions!

This ar­ti­cle is not only a clear in­di­ca­tion as to where the SLP and its leader went wrong, bualso a map as to where this new ad­min­is­tra­tion should not tread. Take heed!

– Joseph

So sad that it has to take five years for the voices of the peo­ple to be heard. Clearly Kenny An­thony had lost touch with the masses and was lis­ten­ing to no one but his cronies and him­self. So what is your legacy now Doc? What are the hall­marks of your rep­re­sen­ta­tion for Vieux Fort South?

- Miguel C.

St. Lu­cian Selected for Int’l Youth Lead­er­ship Fo­rum

Good luck to you Ver­net Longville. Keep mak­ing your com­mu­nity and your coun­try proud!

- Ma­keeba......

Our head­line story last Satur­day about the for­mer press sec­re­tary to for­mer prime min­is­ter Kenny An­thony cre­ated quite a stir on So­cial Me­dia.

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