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Peter Binose, Belfast

A reply to the letter of Helena Edwards regarding Peter Binose

Helena Edwards, of course you may publish my IP address; you have herewith my expressed permission to do so. I did send you some material to consider posting, I stopped doing that when I discovered you were forwarding the material to the PM.

I am not a mouthpiece of the NDP.  I am not a member, card carrying or otherwise. If the NDP do what this current Marxist regime is doing in bankrupting, wrecking and ruining the country, they will receive exactly the same kind of attention from me.

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I have not spoken to Mr Eustace in some years now. I am Old Labour, I supported that party until it was hijacked by a Marxist organisation wearing the cloak of Labour. The MNU was the recipient of the old Labour Party from the then Mr. Beache, who I believe as part of the sell out deal got a knighthood from the Queen and silly government positions for such a very ancient man, being paid a salary in excess of $100,000 a year plus all sorts of expenses paid.  The ULP should have been called the “Unity Communist Party” (UCP), but with such a name they would never have been elected.

What I write, I write from the heart; I do not knowingly write anything that is untrue.

I always try and refrain from hurting people’s feelings. Of course, sometimes it is inevitable that someone gets hurt, perhaps because their actions are their own downfall. With regards to Gonsalves, I consider him heartless, thick skinned and an armour plated show off.

I have never worked for government at home or abroad. I have held the position of CEO and chairman of  a number of overseas companies and speak several languages fluently. My background is accountancy and company law, I am as old as Beache.

I have never wanted to be an ambassador or any other kind of state representative. I own houses and property in Europe, the UK, North America and St. Vincent.

You may of course describe me as a coward, but I am ducking in and out of the country, Venezuela, Europe and the U.S. on a regular basis.  There has been a figure put on my head by certain members of the ULP; I do not want to disappear or be shot and bundled into the back of a vehicle like the dead press secretary.

SVG has become a dangerous place under this regime and opposition to the ULP order is not tolerated.  People are destroyed, I believe murdered. The spite, malice and hatred heaped on anyone who speaks out against the regime is a proven punishment for numerous citizens, even groups of citizens. Bigger Biggs has been destroyed by ULP spite malice and hatred. The Port Police who were all sacked because they asked for money owed to them; to this day they are still waiting.  The irrigation workers who were all sacked because they asked for money owed to them, to this day they are still waiting. The landowners at Argyle airport who have not been paid for their land; to this day they are still waiting. Whole families are punished because one man speaks out of place.   Neighbours and family members are spying on each other and reporting to the ULP their NDP association.    It was all these kind of things that Elwardo Lynch hated and exposed wherever he could. He blamed Gonsalves, so how can his daughter invite that man? In fact I believe it was Gonsalves’ idea, not Ms London’s to attend the funeral.   I also believe she was unable to say no, that is the reason that initially Gonsalves name was left off of the funeral programme, because he was not initially invited.

As for Ms London, if she was so mournful of her father she would never of invited Ralph Gonsalves, or even allowed him to invite himself to the funeral. Her father would have been deeply annoyed by such an action. Regardless of all the rubbish spoken by Gonsalves and others, Gonsalves should have never been there: it was a gross insult to Lynch’s memory.

Gonsalves was very aware that this would happen if he attended the funeral, he said a week before that he had heard if he attended the funeral there would be trouble.  Yet he still attended, even after sowing the seed to troublemakers.  He knew very well how people viewed him attending. I believe he revelled in the chaos and is using it as a political tool as part of his re-election process.

As for Arnhim Eustace, he has about as much control over me as I have over him, zilch.

I support Eustace in his seeking election as Prime Minister, because I believe he is a decent and honest man and he is not a known liar.

Peter Binose, phantom of the Vincentian opera and lead dancer of the “Vincentian Jig”

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14 replies on “Peter Binose is not an NDP mouthpiece”

  1. Cheryl Aberdeen says:

    Here goes the clown, PETER BIGNOSE, once more, as he parades in his Circus.

    The nonsense does not seem to stop. This ignoramus must think we are all stupid, or he is fooling himself.

    Bignose says that he owns homes and properties in several locations, Europe, North America, the UK, and of course, in St Vincent! We take it therefore, that he is a multi-millionaire.

    In another attempt to throw us off his trail, he says that he is as old as Beache. So we should not be looking for anyone younger.

    He says that his background is accountancy and company law, so he MUST BE A MILLIONAIRE!

    He has been a CEO and Chairman of several huge overseas companies, so we should think of him as an intelligent and a very shrewd businessman.

    MR BIGNOSE speaks several languages, so he must be very learn-ed.

    If you believe all that garbage, I have a bridge to sell you!

    Peter denied that he ever desired to be an ambassador or any other kind of government representative. Is that why he works for PH Veira?

  2. Rastaman throw one stone and it bring ah bad feelings inna babylon. Stone ONE!!!!!!!.

    So let me get this straight, Peter is now saying that Mrs Matis forwarded his email to Pappa? Watch ah time. This is like some some opera stuff, who is brooke and who is ridge?

  3. They sending things to papa eh? Ooooohoooo. I forgot to put my new favorite line in my last post, so let me put it here now .

    SMOKE THEM OUT!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Urlan Alexander says:

    I believe these 2 people (Peter and Helena)mean while and that they’re one and the same individual trying to throw all of us off. lol! Ha! Ha! Ha! Jokes ah waste!

  5. Junior Bacchus says:

    Thank you Peter for speaking your mind.Freedom of choice is the first gift that God give to man.I do not always agree with everything you say. You have become the Candy Edwards of late.T he attack you are getting is an indication that you are reaching the heart of these demons.Fight on!

  6. C. ben-David says:

    Tell me, Mr. Binose, are you so naive, blind, idealistic, or foolish to believe that a change in government will make any difference in SVG?

    Do you really believe that Mr. Eustace will not replace Dr. Gonsalves’ incompetent and lazy yes-men with the same sorts of boot lickers and ass kissers of his own?

    Do you actually think that Mr. Eustace will clean house in the civil service and teaching professions, downsizing generally and getting rid of the dunces and slackers?

    Do you believe that Mr. Eustace will cure us of the twin diseases of begging and borrowing all over the world to meet our daily needs?

    Do you believe that Mr. Eustace will have the courage and support to actually pursue and prosecute those who have defrauded and embezzled their way to wealth at the expense of the treasury and poor?

    Do you think that Mr. Eustace can miraculously turn around our economy in the absence of natural resources, a paucity of human talent, the plague of tiny size, and the debilitating effects of huge debts?

    Do you, Mr. Binose?

  7. Cheryl, why are you going after Peter’s profile? See if you can put some holes in his arguments.
    C. ben-David, You have painted a very bleak picture of what’s happening presently, so I will answer yes to all you questions.
    Is there any topic we can all agree on and highlight the advantages that can benefit all SVG nationals?

    1. Steve Huggins says:

      How about all of us striving to develop ‘green fingers’. Each and every one of us, whether in village, town or mountain lands, seek to plant (more) vegetables, fruits, flowers, and non-narcotic herbs. Already, several of the guys will object to my exclusionary last-named ‘crop’. BUT, I am more than certain that these same brethren WILL agree at least on the aspects of vegetables and fruits.
      My conception is for us to continue cultivation, in back-yards, windows, verandahs, and agricultural / ‘mountain’ lands, of traditional fruits and vegetables, of recently more neglected ones, of rare fruits and vegetables, and of some vegetables and fruits stereotypicallly believed to be ‘suited’ for the temperate climes only.
      I WISH that our civic leaders and agricultural professionals would help engineer another attempt by SVG, after the historic 1700s to ONCE AGAIN import plants and unique botanic species from Tahiti and the Pacific isles, East Africa, India, and (new) Vietnam, to transplant and regenerate in our SVG homeland. Yes, another “breadfruit” re-import and revival. We sorely need to revitalize the species, after these many years.
      I know that there are a number of Vincentain nationals doing their little or vey level best in many quarters, but we need a whole national community develop effort. This must be an intrinsic part of our national effort and communal resusitation. The effort must NOT be ‘party political’, and certainly NOT ‘ideological’. There ought to be a supreme emphasis on individual freedom, free enterprise, and a pragmatic emphasis on a natural agrarian culture. Governments or parties may encourage or help facilitate, but NOT control. No DEATH by ‘Arrowroot Industry Association’ incorporation, Government-run Dairy industry, politicized Sugar Industry, politically-controlled Banana Growers’ Association. The entry of the politicians ‘ORGANIZING’ these sounded their very death-knell. The history is still recent, check it out.
      Shocking disagreement: The BANANA LANDS are woefully OVERWORKED. All such old Banana lands MUST OF NECESSITY BE LAID FALLOW, ‘RESTED’, and allow to naturally rehahilitate themselves. Oh, certain carefully chosen ALTERNATE CROPS may be grown on these same lands, exceptionally, with the professional advice of the technical Agriculture personnel [absolutely NO INPUT from the politicians] – – – though we should initially allow a full rest of one to three years as deemed necessary.
      Surprising: The Sugar Cane lands have been sufficiently rested from the particular cultivation. We should RETURN TO SUGAR with dispatch. We do not need the big-factory paradigm; smaller, even cottage type processing with Appropriate technologies can be feasibly, successfully undertaken. A large factory would still be within our reach, though.
      Notice BEACHE and STRAKER never followed up on their gambit to obtain COMMUNIST CUBA’s help in re-establishing that industry subsequent to the MITCHELL DESTRUCTION? But, even with a MARXIST-LENINIST proponent leading their LABOUR PARTY Cabinet, they never did come forward, did they? Could it be that CUBA really wants to DOMINEER the World Market, and tolerates NO COMPETITION? Yuh doan tink that
      Comrade Castro would ah do dat one ting he good at for ‘comrade’ Ralph of SVG?
      Instead, the ideologue Ralph runs around interminably boasting that his dear COMMIE MAASAH Castro will give us a hospital facility in Georgetown something that a single Vincentian national, Dacent Henry was already for a long time giving us for free.
      SVG needs parity in our Trading and Treaty relations. We must take up segments of the OECS AND CARICOM sugar markets. We can brave the world market. We can develop bilateral and multilateral relations with other uncommitted markets for our sugar exports. JUST to supply our own State market is significant enough to provide sustenance. We may also do further utilization and processing of the raw sugar and other bye products. THEN, we may incorporate other means of producing sugar and related products, primarily / initially by natural (botanic) means.
      We have been reputed historically for production of the world’s best sea-island cotton. Let us capitalize on that, by substantially returning to cotton cultivation. But, let us expand the whole operation to TOTAL textiles production, and to upward linkages in OUR OWN production chain. We should be welcoming of any of the OECS brethren who choose to follow our path. We should persuade our JAPANESE and NATIONAL CHINESE (TAIWANESE) allies to thoroughly immerse us into SILK PRODUCTION, again with forward and backward linkages. We should encourage our CANADIAN virtual ‘god-fathers’ to help us in manufacture of synthetic fibres, among other numerous areas of developmental assistance. We must gear and transform our aid receipt to be mainly helping ourselves through production, various levels and types of manufacture, yet based on the sound material foundation of a comprehensive, balanced, natural agriculture. The GUYANESE GOVERNMENT had some solid moves in this direction just a few years ago; they may still transfer a lot of their fine insights to us as well.
      I get riled when these fellow make big brag about selling out our few animals. Are we to eat one another sooner rather than later? Would these my countrymen pay some closer attention to food security? We abandon our trawlable waters to the Asians and our few large animals to our Grenadian neighbours? We urgently NEED to build up our herds, nationally. Just look at the demise of the donkey species to gain an insight into the dangers facing our ‘cattle’ industry — our what little is left of it. Seems as if our Trade officials / leaders are all ASLEEP AT THE SWITCH. Wake up, guys, and SAVE or SALVAGE SVG.
      Yes, we need a balanced agriculture with extensive agronomy AND animal husbandry. If the Grenadian recipients are merely eating those animals that we sell them, then both OECS nations will sooner be facing severe meat shortages and ever more exhorbitantly higher prices, SVG even sooner. Foresight guys. We desperately need to build up the herds and even import breeding stock from Argentina and Britain. Indeed, misfortune and weather havoc, among other factors, are leaving US cattle [Texas, etc.] ‘cheaply’ available to us. Our historic brethren in St. Kitts could also help us in setting up a similar initially protected status goat herd. We can return the kindness and assistance in those areas where we are enabled.
      Can the rural folk and especially those with agricultural plots seek to propagate additional breadfruit, breadnut, plantain, mafubay, greendie, figs, gramachel, lacatan, spanish nuts, all varieties of mango especially grafted and Ceylon, plum rose, sour sop, sugar apple, cashew, pawpaw, passion fruit, water melons, sea grapes, various varieties of plums, avocado, guava, damsel, tamarind, bel apple, Marmie Apple, Star apple, prardo, and ‘Fat-poke’ – – – and others.
      I trust that our point of agreement would be that we can all seek to propagate, cultivate and produce increasingly more of our rich flora and fauna, including growing MORE flowers, vegetables and fruits. Let us ALL go steadily AGRARIAN and “natural” man, woman, and pickme.
      We NEED transcendent NATIONAL GOALS, non-parochial. This path should go a very long way in our beloved HAIROUNA, the micro-State of SVG forstalling UN-declared rapidly approaching international breaches in FOOD SECURITY. May we have a TOTAL NATIONAL EFFORT!

  8. Peter Binose seems to be another of those former ULP supporters who have become disgruntled because the comrade has not filled their cup with milk and honey. No attention must be paid to these people as they seek public support and recognition towards the advancement of their own selfish cause. The more attention they receive, the more important they feel. Peter Binose and others like him\her have shown total disrespect and insensitivity and should be ignored to the point that they feel non-existent.

  9. Peter Binose says:

    BIG YOUTH, How on earth did you come to the conclusion that “Peter Binose seems to be another of those former ULP supporters who have become disgruntled because the comrade has not filled their cup with milk and honey”. That statement you wrote is actually saying there are a lot of former ULP supporters who have become disgruntled.

    Fortunately my cup is full of milk and honey, so I would not risk being poisoned by anything offered me, or not offered me by this Marxist regime.

    Well yes I am disgruntled but I was never a ULP supporter, I was very much an Old Labour Party Member before it was sold to the MNU Marxist party as a platform to get all the Marxist rubbish elected.

    What do you mean “total disrespect and insensitivity” I am a mine of respect and sensitivity. That is unless you are Marxest scum and do not deserve such treatment.

    Unlike the leaders of the ULP, I do not carry or administer spite, malice, hate and evil. Unlike the leaders of the ULP I do not knowingly tell lies and do not insult people.

    I have never raped or sexually assaulted anyone.
    I have never robbed my family of their due inheritance from my father.
    I have never shamed my wife by having an outside family.
    I have never been involved in corruption.

    So whoever you are I will tar you with same brush as those who you write on the behalf of.

    Isn’t the truth annoying?

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