Monday, February 08, 2010

Foreign Agitators?

Published on Monday, February 8

Dear Sir:

There has been much discussion lately (in SVG and the Diaspora) about the presence of foreign organisations/consultants operating is St Vincent and the Grenadines. They appear to be advising one of the political parties.

Selling citizenships, as many allege, may not be the only motive here. Look at the countries in whose political affairs these people get involved - St Kitts, Dominica, St Vincent and the Grenadines - all countries whose leaderships are said to have close connections with leftist countries.

Apart from engaging in international get-rich criminal activities, could these individuals/organisations be working in collaboration with a powerful nation and their secret services to try to topple these leaders? Is geopolitics a majorr consideration here?

Thus far, these foreign "consultants" have failed in Dominica and St Kitts. You can bet your bottom dollar, they will be pulling out all of the stops in order to overthrow Ralph Gonsalves and the ULP. The Comrade is the big fish in the region. He is the man Uncle Sam wants out of the way.

Coming out of what they see as a major victory in the November Constitutional Referendum, the NDP smells victory in the upcoming general elections constitutionally due before the end of March 2011. They will do whatever it takes - patriotic or unpatriotic actions - to achieve that victory. For them (NDP), power is the main and perhaps only consideration.

These people care not about SVG and its people.

What a pity good people (like Dr Linton Lewis) are still mixed up with this unpatriotic, power hungry bunch.

Cde. T Wade Kojo Williams, Sr