Neverland – Trinidad and Tobago


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Some say it was the thought of being escorted at the crack of dawn on some random morning while he was still in his pajamas, on the next one-way plane to Cuba that caused him to declare an imaginary war on criminals for the umpteenth time in as many years. But with the harmonized, spontaneous laughter erupting all over the country minutes into the 7’oclock news last night, people became aware PM PM was after Tommy and Martin Joseph’s crowns as National Joker and Clown, respectively. Even the news anchormen and women had a hard time holding back a chuckle since his antics sounded more like something from the mouth of a standup comic than a real leader.

c4b_footballDuring the same interview, PM PM said he was angry that social commentators and certain blogs called him compassionless for the statements he made concerning the recent murder of 10 year old Tecia Henry, but nothing he said, or the way he said nothing, during the brief press interview changed anybody’s mind about him. In fact, his show of anger, hate, and disgust over the comments that obviously dented his fragile ego only supported the public’s opinion he is a an insecure leader who dwells only on his imaginary self-importance, and not the people.

So life goes on in our own Neverland where the President will never resign and the Prime Minister will never care.  In our Neverland, criminals will never be caught, our economy will never prosper without high oil prices, our money never stop being wasted on nonproductive ego-trips and our leaders will never stop climbing on the back of democracy to become dictators. When will it end? Never.

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9 thoughts on “Neverland – Trinidad and Tobago

  1. Pingback: Global Voices Online » Trinidad & Tobago: Neverland

    • That is true but we go through the motion of elections to create the illusion of democracy for the international community. There is even an autocracy within the PNM and UNC.

  2. I started singing –
    No, you’re never gonna get it (Ow!)
    Never ever gonna get it (No, not this time)
    No, you’re never gonna get it
    Never ever gonna get it
    (repeat)

  3. the man said, yet again, that he never regrets anything he does or says…how does one deal with the infallible and perfect (even if it’s self-delusional?)

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