Fazeer Mohammed Hit For Six


"People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people"

I like conspiracy theories so I was delighted to learn that there are three conspiracy theories concerning the firing of Fazeer Mohammed from CNMG. The first (Theory A) says Fazeer’s phones were tapped and the Blimp was following him around even when he bought doubles or took a piss – not necessarily at the same time though. The intelligence gathered from these intelligent operations was used to make a dotish decision to fire him as he proved to be a political threat every morning. The other theory (Theory B) is that Rambachan – a suspected backside with a big brain disorder – ordered the firing because his favourite movie is V for Vendetta. There is a third theory (Theory C) but it’s so farfetched that there is a greater likelihood of well-endowed, green women from Mars landing in Cedros instead of the United States or Calder Hart returning to Trinidad for a well-deserved rest from all that running and banking. Theory C suggests that Fazeer was hit for a six because his salary was too high so he was let go to help manage the national budget.

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14 thoughts on “Fazeer Mohammed Hit For Six

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  2. FAZEER has been rewarded for his striving in the cause of democracy and CNMG . He and his muslims of T&T band need to seriously consider what they are supposed to stand for.Why not now use this occasion to consider opening an Islamic radio of the Caribbean station.
    His talents came from ALLAH(SWT) and it is his duty as also all of us to place ALLAH(SWT) and his cause first on our agenda.To establish justice for all mankind to stand against oppression and what is the greatest cause of oppression other than shirk?This government is naturally concerned with their survival and it is obvious that they are sending a clear message to their journalists ,conform or be castrated.This is also a reward for all those muslims who sacrificed and who voted for the ideals of the UNC and its partnership . This government is starting to lose its ideals.I

  3. FAZEER has been rewarded for his striving in the cause of democracy and CNMG . He and his muslims of T&T band need to seriously consider what they are supposed to stand for.Why not now use this occasion to consider opening an Islamic radio of the Caribbean station.
    His talents came from ALLAH(SWT) and it is his duty as also all of us to place ALLAH(SWT) and his cause first on our agenda.To establish justice for all mankind to stand against oppression and what is the greatest cause of oppression other than shirk?This government is naturally concerned with their survival and it is obvious that they are sending a clear message to their journalists ,conform or be castrated.This is also a reward for all those muslims who sacrificed and who voted for the ideals of the UNC and its partnership . government is starting to lose its ideals.I

  4. wen d previous govt was in power didnt nobody hear fazeer every mornin?so now wen he is tryin 2 ask d same tough question dey gone &fired d man.wil not b viewin dat station anymore.

    • I never looked at CNMG and didn’t even know Fazeer was on that station. I think if the Gov paid attention to stats they would realize the viewership of these morning talk-shows, in particular of CNMG, is pathetically small. Storm in a teacup again.

  5. ROTFLMAO!

    I voted B. Backsides – and suspected backsides – seem to have immense power in this place. Or maybe the powers that be employ assorted backsides to execute their agenda.

    @ lionblood: “This government is starting to lose its ideals.” What ideals? They were voted in because we all knew that PMPM had lost it totally and had to go. The current bunch of jokers were in power before. We pretty much know what to expect of them – and it has nothing to do with “ideals”.

    Excuse my french, akalol, but bad timing my butt. Butt (sic) I suspect you’re being sarcastic. I don’t look at TV but my mother used to tune in every morning and I would hear/view by default. I admired Fazeer’s outspoken approach and lack of bias.

    • I was being sarcastic. COP’s executive released a statement yesterday which Rambachan and the other dead horses need to read and understand:

      “The National Executive of the COP considers the recent treatment of broadcaster Fazeer Mohammed as an example of the kind of governance that the people of Trinidad and Tobago rejected in the overwhelming victory of the People’s Partnership in the 2010 General Elections.

      Whatever the merit or demerits of the matter, the COP recognizes that Freedom of the Press is a fundamental right which must be guarded jealously. For this reason the conduct of employment relations with media personnel must be exercised in a manner which does not taint such action with the brush of political interference.

      The unity of our multicultural society is too valuable to sacrifice at the altar of political expediency. In the circumstances, the People’s Partnership Government must not only unambiguously restate its commitment to a free press but, must also, demonstrate fairness by the reinstatement of Mr. Mohammed by CNMG.

      To do otherwise will be tantamount to denying the Fyzabad Declaration, which is the foundation of the People’s Partnership.

      The promise of good governance now makes it incumbent upon the Leaders of the People’s Partnership to urgently convene a meeting to chart a way forward to keep this cardinal commitment to the people of Trinidad and Tobago. “

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