Talking About Moral Fibre

Chris, we are all waiting for the FRIENDS of GADAHFI, we have in Dominica to display that they indeed have some moral fibre that is “To do what is right despite the consequences” and condemn Gadahfi for crimes against humanity like all peoples from all over the world including Gadahfi’s diplomats are doing.

Just recently they asked the OAS to refrain from interference in Venezuelan’s internal affairs after they brought the Bajan thugs to Dominica to disrespect Dominicans tell them how antiquated their constitution was, and suggested to them how to run their affairs re. Skerrit’s dual citizenship.

I am sure a condemnation will not be forthcoming because indeed those beggars have no moral fibre at all. You people are talking about all the brilliant ideas they have for the development of Dominica, which consists of nothing besides being in bed with depots and begging them for everything. But let’s wait and see what will happen to their VISIONARY development plan when all their despot friends come down one after the other.

  3 comments for “Talking About Moral Fibre

  1. Chris Volney
    February 23, 2011 at 3:58 AM

    Re: Dominica Users Group Talking About Moral Fibre
    Shirley
    you never cease to amaze me. Gaddafi is a Dictator and his political disposition was imminent. The people have finally stood up to the oppression of his regime. I do not understand why you have opted to associate me with him; I detest all that he stood for and welcome his demise with rejoice and hope for all the other countries that are ruled by tyrants. I hope you are not comparing Prime Minister Skerrit to him, for that would be unjust and extreme.

    As I stated in an earlier submission; I will not downplay the Prime Ministers citizenship status at the time of election; the reason is simply because it is in conflict with the constitutional laws of Dominica, and if one is willing to break “any” constitutional law (no matter how trivial), it reflects disrespect and disregard for our democracy and the laws of our land.
    I disagree with Tony’s assertion that Ron Green was also guilty of the same omission on the moral premise (as Clayton stated), “two wrongs do not justify a right”, and Tony’s suggestion of is worrisome.

    Of greater concern to me are the assertions of corruption against the Prime Minister; the validation or vindication of these claims are my focus and contention. My civic discipline (in acceptance of due process as the means of discovery) will not waver in seeking the truth.
    Why should I be a target for questioning partisan motives, or awaiting disclosure by the institutions mandated to investigate before I denounce the Prime Minister? This is not a partisan intent, it is my patriotic duty, and respect of the rights of all individuals, including the Prime Minister. This does not mean the Prime Minister is innocent, it means I will not accept the words of politically charged proponents as the truth.
    Why is this wrong? If the Prime Minister is guilty, the truth will prevail and he will be subjected to prosecution and imprisonment. I will denounce him then and only then! Why is this wrong and why should this conviction be construed as being devious?

    A condemnation will be fore-coming if it is warrented!

  2. Michael Astaphan
    February 23, 2011 at 3:59 AM

    Re: Dominica Users Group Talking About Moral Fibre
    Christian,

    Again your logic does not make sense. Your statement:

    *”Why should I be a target for questioning partisan motives, or awaiting
    disclosure by the institutions mandated to investigate before I denounce the
    Prime Minister? This is not a partisan intent, it is my patriotic duty, and
    respect of the rights of all individuals, including the Prime Minister. This
    does not mean the Prime Minister is innocent, it means I will not accept the
    words of politically charged proponents as the truth”*.
    Chris, you seldom questioned supporters of RS, your logic being the accusers
    are partisan. However, what was Tony, Crazy, Parry, FET and the rest of
    them? Were they non-partisan? Yet you convince yourself that you are not
    partisan and you expect us to believe you. That is the worst form
    of hypocrisy there is because it disrespects the People.

    You knew all along Chrs that if the evidence that surfaced on the fraud and
    corruption of RS was false someone would have been dragged in court. The DPP
    would not investigate, The Police Chief would not investigate and the IPO
    also did not. Not even the opposition politicians could ask questions in
    parliament to get some more facts so as to educate the PEOPLE, yet you stuck
    to your garbage logic to defend these crooks.

    Master, I rest my case and leave you to banter with your conscience.

    God Bless
    MA

  3. Terry Reeves
    March 19, 2011 at 8:58 PM

    Mr
    Good to see Shirley still in fighting form 30 years after our first meeting in La Plaine whilst I was serving with the Royal Engineers in the aftermath of Hurricane David.

    Best wishes to all Dominican’s, whom I came to admire in my short stay there, particularly the inhabitants of La Plaine.

    I would love to hear from any one who might remember me.

    Terry Reeves

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