Acting Without Integrity

newsdayThe Integrity Commission acted in bad faith and was guilty of misfeasance in public office. Imagine that, the Integrity Commission has no integrity. Imagine that! Look, I don’t care what standing these Commission members hold, or once held in society or even how big or tall the pillar they like to stand on is. As a body, this group seems to be on par with a Gang in Laventille since they appear to be working against the good of the public. I think their faces should be published in every daily newspaper and their names boldly printed below each mugshot. We need to know who these people are just incase we have to stand next to them while waiting for a maxi. And, as Dr. Rowley said, The Commission should resign. If The Commission could not successfully defend their actions in the High Court then something must be wrong. Where is the money to compensate Dr. Rowley coming from? Not the taxpayers, I hope.

This is no longer a faceless thing the public can tolerate since every Public Institution of trust is being infected with a rot causing disease brought about by interference and hate. This is something the President, if he can take the time off from wining and boring citizens with hollow speeches said in a nasal and irritating tone, should act on. But, I won’t hold my breath since the Pres is widely considered by many to be an ornament of the State, and apparently, the Integrity Commission is not famous for Integrity.

update 6th February, 2009:



3 thoughts on “Acting Without Integrity

  1. Pingback: Global Voices Online » Trinidad & Tobago: Integrity Issues

  2. Absolutely right on target as usual, akalol. Ditto on everything you’ve said. Every. Word. We need more Rowleys, politicians with testicular fortitude, rather than the bunch of eunuchs supposedly running this country. Running it into the ground, that is.

    (I love, Love, LOVE Keith Rowley. If he’s reading this he has my permission to construe – or misconstrue – my declaration however he likes. 🙂

  3. I wished Dr. Rowley made the Government squirm some more over this latest bailout bill but I knew from the start he couldn’t because the country was at stake. It must have felt good to have the PM and his weaklings as a punching bag in Parliament. I only wish he punched some more 🙂

    Only last week I realized these local blogs do get around so you never know who might be reading it or have read it 🙂

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