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  • Willard McIntyre
    Good Morning gentlemen of the Q, finally, finally some form of justice for our hard earned tax dollars. The Piarco Airport scandal has as long last started to
    Message 1 of 7 , Nov 7, 2006
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      Good Morning gentlemen of the Q, finally, finally some form of justice for our hard earned tax dollars. The Piarco Airport scandal has as long last started to bear fruit in getting justice for the rampant corruption spread throughout our system during the UNC's reign in power. The Desalcott debacle as well, imagine they have detained an Isreali national for that one? It's a travesty though that proper justice and warm jail time has to be meted out by no other than Uncle Sam but I'll take it, it matters not where anymore but when. We are already ranked high on the world corruption scale and we cant even put them in our own jail. Dion, I agree with you, I want to see them all get some stiff tolee in there.
       
      Why should we have to get justice from a US courtroom? Why aren't these scoundrels in our jails in Trinidad? I would absolutely love to see them do jail time here, to have them shit in a bucket in the corner of the cell, no blanket or pillow and with a roommate slipped some Viagra every night before lights out. Why is there so much corruption in this country? We never take our officials to account, they do what they want, shady deals are standard.
       
      Why must these cases drag on for years? The lawyers in here have to explain this to me. Years? Look how long Ish, Kuei Tung and sundry others have been charged, Panday.... oh Gorm... Clearly guilty. Sat Sharma, well boy, I don't know what to say. If the CJ of your country has to be removed for these types of activity, it's no wonder we cannot see jail time for criminals other than the man who thief two jockey shorts off a man clothes line and a pusher for about a pound of weed because he ent pay de police the weekly stipend. Allyuh, I gone.... opinions required.
      Have a good and corrupt free day.
      Willard


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    • the Trinidad & Tobago Web Directory
      Now if they will only charge the PNM crooks.
      Message 2 of 7 , Nov 7, 2006
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        Now if they will only charge the PNM crooks.
      • kramsund
        ... That s right. C est pas la faute de ceux qui flattent, mais de ceux qui veulent etre flattés. Rampant corruption should be seen through transparent
        Message 3 of 7 , Nov 7, 2006
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          --- In qrc@yahoogroups.com, "the Trinidad & Tobago Web Directory"
          <ttwebdirectory@...> wrote:
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          >
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          > Now if they will only charge the PNM crooks.
          >

          That's right. "C'est pas la faute de ceux qui flattent, mais de ceux
          qui veulent etre flattés."

          Rampant corruption should be seen through transparent lenses--not
          politically tinted shades.
        • the Trinidad & Tobago Web Directory
          Actually it says ; It is not the fault of those which flatter, but those which want to be flattered.
          Message 4 of 7 , Nov 7, 2006
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            Actually it says ;

            It is not the fault of those which flatter, but those which want to be
            flattered.
          • André Harrington
            Charging the PNM crooks , as nice as it would be, simply is not possible because of the deep root that the corruption has taken and doesn t only exist at the
            Message 5 of 7 , Nov 8, 2006
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              Charging the 'PNM crooks' , as nice as it would be, simply is not possible because of the deep root that the corruption has taken and doesn't only exist at the top level of the government. For example, let's take a look at licensing and driving schools...the amount of bribes that are passed daily and the amount of money these people make, makes one wonder why bother to study and work hard when one can just become a licensing officer and make much more money while doing much less work. The amount of money a Licensing Officer can make in a day from bribes alone is equivalent to some people's monthly income. Another example is Customs and Excise, where bribes are paid, ESPECIALLY by businessmen so that the officers can 'oversee' an illegal item and such. More or less,to remove corruption in this country, we have to revamp the entire infrastructure and not just change the government. Just my two cents

              - André Harrington
              (class of '04)

              On 11/7/06, kramsund <kramsund@...> wrote:

              --- In qrc@yahoogroups.com, "the Trinidad & Tobago Web Directory"
              <ttwebdirectory@...> wrote:
              >
              >
              >
              > Now if they will only charge the PNM crooks.
              >

              That's right. "C'est pas la faute de ceux qui flattent, mais de ceux
              qui veulent etre flattés."

              Rampant corruption should be seen through transparent lenses--not
              politically tinted shades.


            • kramsund
              ... Great translation--but I already know what it means and where it comes from (Moliere s L Avare --right, Bill?). My use of it is merely a statement in
              Message 6 of 7 , Nov 8, 2006
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                --- In qrc@yahoogroups.com, "kramsund" <kramsund@...> wrote:
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                > --- In qrc@yahoogroups.com, "the Trinidad & Tobago Web Directory"
                > <ttwebdirectory@> wrote:
                > >
                > >
                > >
                > > Now if they will only charge the PNM crooks.
                > >
                >
                > That's right. "C'est pas la faute de ceux qui flattent, mais de ceux
                > qui veulent etre flattés."
                >
                > Rampant corruption should be seen through transparent lenses--not
                > politically tinted shades.
                >
                Great translation--but I already know what it means and where it comes
                from (Moliere's "L'Avare"--right, Bill?). My use of it is merely a
                statement in agreement with yours about looking now for the PNM crooks--
                and putting aside the "sycophantish" political views we have of corrupt
                officials--a view which serves only to limit our ability to see and
                accept things.
              • Ryan Shripat
                Present AND past. ... Present AND past. ... politically tinted shades.
                Message 7 of 7 , Nov 8, 2006
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                  Present AND past.
                   
                  On 11/7/06, kramsund <kramsund@...> wrote:

                  --- In qrc@yahoogroups.com, "the Trinidad & Tobago Web Directory"
                  <ttwebdirectory@...> wrote:
                  >
                  >
                  >
                  > Now if they will only charge the PNM crooks.
                  >

                  That's right. "C'est pas la faute de ceux qui flattent, mais de ceux
                  qui veulent etre flattés."

                  Rampant corruption should be seen through transparent lenses--not
                  politically tinted shades.


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