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By Wade Kojo Williams, Sr.

Well somebody “likes” Anesia Baptiste and wouldn’t mind her being a (political) partner.

Who else would like Anesia Baptiste before she has undergone a complete transformation? The Guerilla Leader, of course.

Two (political) fools are about to collide.

Neither of them have any respect for authority and they each want to be the boss neither could ever be.

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Other than Misser Back-Ass, which Vincentian would ever take Mat-You seriously? Mat-You probably knows something we don’t. I hope the police investigation into what could be contempt of court and threats charges are on-going.

The other fool cuss out everyone she comes into contact with and is said to be a cultist.

So pretty soon, Political Reform Equality Socialization and Services would try to flirt with Cult United National Troika. The end result: a power romance, which will end in a political miscarriage.

Start to mix the koolaid!!

Please help me count

SVG politics is in a sorry state. The ruling party aside, we seem to have a bunch of crooks and dotish (foolish) and crazy persons wanting to occupy the corridors of political power in out country.

Please help me count:

1. One already elected, could face charges for misappropriation of funds. People say he’s dotish.

2. Another is still to account for jerseys. He is known for writing rubber checks and being very disorderly in public and private life. “Ah so dem wah foh run government?”

3. Another one likes to stone places of worship. He is a delinquent tenant who still owes nearly a half million dollars in business rent.

4. Then there is the one who promised to wage a guerrilla war. He could be left legally bankrupt if the collections officer comes knocking at the door.

Home Boy it will be

After a few weeks of speculation, King Dotish has decided to make his choice for the vacant Senatorial position.

For several days, King Dotish and his advisors met behind close doors at Democrat House to decide on the vacant position.

Yes, the meeting was met in the office, which is paid for by the taxpayers and said to be the Constituency office. One office, two rent money.

Anyway, the fly on the wall said Home Boy, Dougie DeFreitas, Princess Louise and Black Power Princess were short listed for the Senatorial appointment .

Princess Louise was the first to be cut. Good Friday reminded the meeting that Princess Louise is tipped to be the ULP candidate in the Northern Grenadines in 2015. According to Good Friday, he may be resigning as early a January 2013 to become Armajaro Cocoa Co.’s local lawyer.

Dougie was reported to be too busy with “Breakfast with Ralph” and fund-raising to save his radio station from the hands of the Comrade.

Chief advisor Skinny was very blunt. He told the leader that the days of dynasty in SVG politics should be a thing of the past. Skinny told a stone-faced King Dotish that should he appoint Black Power Princess, that will push the door wide open for De Comrade to hand over leadership to Camillo, which would mean another 20 years for the NDP in the (political) wilderness. Besides, Skinny reminded, Black Power Princess is not known in East St George and could never even save her deposit there.

Major Blows broke out in a big “crazish”. He was quickly joined by Stone Church. The Major told his colleagues that the NDP may not even survive another 20 months.

Sensing that Good Friday may have already had an arrangement with “I Man” Son for succession in the Northern Grenadines, Skinny convinced the King Dotish, that Home Boy is his only choice.

Could this be the reason Home Boy told a caller to his WE FM radio show [Thursday], “very shortly the whole nation would see how much Mr. Eustace really loves me…?”

Note: The views expressed herein are solely those of Wade Kojo Williams, Sr. and do not necessarily reflect the position of I-Witness News.

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