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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby timelapse » October 11th, 2021, 4:43 pm

zoom rader wrote:
SuperiorMan wrote:
zoom rader wrote:
timelapse wrote:
Gladiator wrote:
SuperiorMan wrote:Would you guys and girls rather live under British rule or PNM rule?


I wont mind...
I hate the British for what they did to people around the world.PNM would be the lesser of two evils
British did not run down , catch and sold Africans on the West Coast of African. Is was Africans that sold Africans

Do you think Trinis injuns would like to move back to India


Zoom you saying you dunno trini Indians that move back to India? There are a couple who living it up there.
That maybe so , but the Trinidad injun population both here and abroad is around 550k. That's just a few that moved back to India
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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby MaxPower » October 11th, 2021, 4:59 pm

zoom rader wrote:
timelapse wrote:
Gladiator wrote:
SuperiorMan wrote:Would you guys and girls rather live under British rule or PNM rule?


I wont mind...
I hate the British for what they did to people around the world.PNM would be the lesser of two evils
British did not run down , catch and sold Africans on the West Coast of African. Is was Africans that sold Africans

Do you think Trinis injuns would like to move back to India


Goat rader,

You on point bro.

But yeh, give Trinis a taste of the British rule.

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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby Gladiator » October 11th, 2021, 9:18 pm

timelapse wrote:
Gladiator wrote:
SuperiorMan wrote:Would you guys and girls rather live under British rule or PNM rule?


I wont mind...
I hate the British for what they did to people around the world.PNM would be the lesser of two evils


PNM... really pal

Imagine having a british passport, getting paid in pounds, access to English Universities, belonging to a state with real opportunities and economic growth...

Regardless of what our forefathers had to endure and the atrocities the British committed, we are better off today than if we were in india and africa struggling to survive.

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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby timelapse » October 11th, 2021, 9:28 pm

Gladiator wrote:
timelapse wrote:
Gladiator wrote:
SuperiorMan wrote:Would you guys and girls rather live under British rule or PNM rule?


I wont mind...
I hate the British for what they did to people around the world.PNM would be the lesser of two evils


PNM... really pal

Imagine having a british passport, getting paid in pounds, access to English Universities, belonging to a state with real opportunities and economic growth...

Regardless of what our forefathers had to endure and the atrocities the British committed, we are better off today than if we were in india and africa struggling to survive.
Indians and Africans struggling to survive because the British murdered their economy during colonial times.

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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby Gladiator » October 11th, 2021, 9:50 pm

timelapse wrote:
Gladiator wrote:
timelapse wrote:
Gladiator wrote:
SuperiorMan wrote:Would you guys and girls rather live under British rule or PNM rule?


I wont mind...
I hate the British for what they did to people around the world.PNM would be the lesser of two evils


PNM... really pal

Imagine having a british passport, getting paid in pounds, access to English Universities, belonging to a state with real opportunities and economic growth...

Regardless of what our forefathers had to endure and the atrocities the British committed, we are better off today than if we were in india and africa struggling to survive.
Indians and Africans struggling to survive because the British murdered their economy during colonial times.


You can't look and live in the past. What's gone is gone and no amount of hatred and feelings going to change it... The British did alot of damage, but the few benefits from their exploitation that we enjoy today we may never have seen if time didn't take the path it did.

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby The_Honourable » October 11th, 2021, 11:22 pm

Steupz... and whoever the winner is, pastor will say God's people was victorious.

Tobagonians are a superstitious people. Show them that election is on the 6th of December to break the 6 - 6 deadlock :shock:

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Re: PNM in Gov't

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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby SuperiorMan » October 12th, 2021, 12:18 pm

Gladiator wrote:
timelapse wrote:
Gladiator wrote:
timelapse wrote:
Gladiator wrote:
SuperiorMan wrote:Would you guys and girls rather live under British rule or PNM rule?


I wont mind...
I hate the British for what they did to people around the world.PNM would be the lesser of two evils


PNM... really pal

Imagine having a british passport, getting paid in pounds, access to English Universities, belonging to a state with real opportunities and economic growth...

Regardless of what our forefathers had to endure and the atrocities the British committed, we are better off today than if we were in india and africa struggling to survive.
Indians and Africans struggling to survive because the British murdered their economy during colonial times.


You can't look and live in the past. What's gone is gone and no amount of hatred and feelings going to change it... The British did alot of damage, but the few benefits from their exploitation that we enjoy today we may never have seen if time didn't take the path it did.


This comment take win.

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby bluefete » October 12th, 2021, 4:42 pm

Faris real fix up himself with taxpayers money. If I could only cuss on 2NR!!!

Cabinet Minutes in which Ministers recused themselves from discussions from 2015 - present day.

You are looking at the rentals / leases under his name.

Why would you recuse yourself if you did not have an interest in the properties?


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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby timelapse » October 12th, 2021, 4:47 pm

Gladiator wrote:
timelapse wrote:
Gladiator wrote:
timelapse wrote:
Gladiator wrote:
SuperiorMan wrote:Would you guys and girls rather live under British rule or PNM rule?


I wont mind...
I hate the British for what they did to people around the world.PNM would be the lesser of two evils


PNM... really pal

Imagine having a british passport, getting paid in pounds, access to English Universities, belonging to a state with real opportunities and economic growth...

Regardless of what our forefathers had to endure and the atrocities the British committed, we are better off today than if we were in india and africa struggling to survive.
Indians and Africans struggling to survive because the British murdered their economy during colonial times.


You can't look and live in the past. What's gone is gone and no amount of hatred and feelings going to change it... The British did alot of damage, but the few benefits from their exploitation that we enjoy today we may never have seen if time didn't take the path it did.
They still holding on to the people Kohinoor and whoever else wealth

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby zoom rader » October 12th, 2021, 5:57 pm

bluefete wrote:Faris real fix up himself with taxpayers money. If I could only cuss on 2NR!!!

Cabinet Minutes in which Ministers recused themselves from discussions from 2015 - present day.

You are looking at the rentals / leases under his name.

Why would you recuse yourself if you did not have an interest in the properties?


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These tings doh matter

If a bobol election is called tomorrow the red government done win.

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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby Wraith King » October 13th, 2021, 7:21 am

You have to be stupid to be a loyal supporter of any political party in Trinidad but loyal PNM supporters go the extra mile in stupidity.

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby Wraith King » October 13th, 2021, 7:27 am

I see the PNM panties in a bunch because Barrackpore, a predominantly East Indian community, protesting.

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby Redman » October 13th, 2021, 7:49 am

bluefete wrote:Faris real fix up himself with taxpayers money. If I could only cuss on 2NR!!!

Cabinet Minutes in which Ministers recused themselves from discussions from 2015 - present day.

You are looking at the rentals / leases under his name.

Why would you recuse yourself if you did not have an interest in the properties?


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There is much more but I lost the link. Will fix when I get it back.



So what are the actual rules when it comes to Members of Cabinets actions when it involves a conflict ?
Post the link please.

To know that they wrong means you know what is right.

If the requirements are similar to corporate boards, you declare the potential or actual conflict and you recuse.

A conflict can potentially or actually exist where a RELATIVE is a Director or beneficial owner of the interest being discussed.

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby Wraith King » October 13th, 2021, 8:17 am

Redman wrote:
bluefete wrote:Faris real fix up himself with taxpayers money. If I could only cuss on 2NR!!!

Cabinet Minutes in which Ministers recused themselves from discussions from 2015 - present day.

You are looking at the rentals / leases under his name.

Why would you recuse yourself if you did not have an interest in the properties?


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So what are the actual rules when it comes to Members of Cabinets actions when it involves a conflict ?
Post the link please.

To know that they wrong means you know what is right.

If the requirements are similar to corporate boards, you declare the potential or actual conflict and you recuse.

A conflict can potentially or actually exist where a RELATIVE is a Director or beneficial owner of the interest being discussed.


Didn't take long for someone to provide an example of going the extra mile in stupidity.

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby De Dragon » October 14th, 2021, 12:54 am

Wraith King wrote:I see the PNM panties in a bunch because Barrackpore, a predominantly East Indian community, protesting.

All of a sudden shameless Roundy Rohan could instantly quote a cost for roads allegedly damaged in Barrackpore due to protests, and TTPS looking into it, but I never see a Sea Lots, Laventille, Beetham or La Brea figure or investigation yet. :?

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby death365 » October 14th, 2021, 3:23 am

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De Dragon wrote:
Wraith King wrote:I see the PNM panties in a bunch because Barrackpore, a predominantly East Indian community, protesting.

All of a sudden shameless Roundy Rohan could instantly quote a cost for roads allegedly damaged in Barrackpore due to protests, and TTPS looking into it, but I never see a Sea Lots, Laventille, Beetham or La Brea figure or investigation yet. :?

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby De Dragon » October 14th, 2021, 3:53 am

death365 wrote:+ infinity
De Dragon wrote:
Wraith King wrote:I see the PNM panties in a bunch because Barrackpore, a predominantly East Indian community, protesting.

All of a sudden shameless Roundy Rohan could instantly quote a cost for roads allegedly damaged in Barrackpore due to protests, and TTPS looking into it, but I never see a Sea Lots, Laventille, Beetham or La Brea figure or investigation yet. :?

Then you have Weavy Buy Sperm and the Fat Arse Brigade saying KPB inciting "anarchy" for their calls for comment on the PolSC fiasco from the President.
Not doing your job, then refusing to comment/explain and being called out for it is anarchy? When it is alleged that JUHN Scarfy personally interfered with a supposedly independent body, and also refuses to confirm, deny or otherwise explain is what then?
The AG, the lawyer for the GORTT, and thus the citizenry, lies or does not know the legal requirement regarding transfer of a vehicle, thus allowing thousands of dollars to be foregone in revenue is what then?
LFD RFD PNM racism, incompetence, and open flouting of the law is what these fat, ugly, WOFT "women" should be opening their traps about, but of course greedy hogs feeding at the same trough have no inclination to jeopardize their place at said trough.

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby sam1978 » October 14th, 2021, 8:26 am

Yes Redman , we know it could be a RELATIVE. The point is that so many times he had to recuse because his RELATIVES owning all those properties that the Gov't is renting. Then when you look at the owners/directors /beneficiaries of said companies, it's his immediate family. what's your point?

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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby timelapse » October 14th, 2021, 9:02 am

Once is not an indo prime minister, everything kosher.The only time these sheep going to realize something wrong is when it is way to late.Until then, the lord will provide, and the lord is PNM handouts

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby Redman » October 14th, 2021, 9:06 am

The point is that there are rules that are established to deal with conflicts of interest.

Whatever these rules are- were they broken?

Start with pointing to the rules governing Cabinet ministers behaviour in this context.

What is the correct course to follow ?


The list of recusals just shows that the Cabinet was following some guidelines set by somebody-Integrity Commission? The constitution? Some act?

Lets see where the rules were broken.


Answer this:

Is it that a business should be prevented from continuing a relationship with the Govt because a member of their family has ascended into office?

Yes or No

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby zoom rader » October 14th, 2021, 9:09 am

Redman wrote:The point is that there are rules that are established to deal with conflicts of interest.

Whatever these rules are- were they broken?

Start with pointing to the rules governing Cabinet ministers behaviour in this context.

What is the correct course to follow ?


The list of recusals just shows that the Cabinet was following some guidelines set by somebody-Integrity Commission? The constitution? Some act?

Lets see where the rules were broken.


Answer this:

Is it that a business should be prevented from continuing a relationship with the Govt because a member of their family has ascended into office?

Yes or No
Not when that red government MP family becomes millionaires overnight.

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby timelapse » October 14th, 2021, 10:00 am

Redman wrote:The point is that there are rules that are established to deal with conflicts of interest.

Whatever these rules are- were they broken?

Start with pointing to the rules governing Cabinet ministers behaviour in this context.

What is the correct course to follow ?


The list of recusals just shows that the Cabinet was following some guidelines set by somebody-Integrity Commission? The constitution? Some act?

Lets see where the rules were broken.


Answer this:

Is it that a business should be prevented from continuing a relationship with the Govt because a member of their family has ascended into office?

Yes or No
Ask yourself this question, if was UNC, what would your answer be?

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby Redman » October 14th, 2021, 10:35 am

Well thanks for the confirmation.
Neither you or Zr can give a sensible answer.

if your answer is different because of the 3 letters then youre part of the problem.

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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby shake d livin wake d dead » October 14th, 2021, 11:09 am

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Re: Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby zoom rader » October 14th, 2021, 11:21 am

Redman wrote:Well thanks for the confirmation.
Neither you or Zr can give a sensible answer.

if your answer is different because of the 3 letters then youre part of the problem.
I not playing your jackarse game cont

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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby timelapse » October 14th, 2021, 12:08 pm

shake d livin wake d dead wrote:Facepalm
They know that Hindus don't eat meat for Divali right? As a Hindu,I am offended by this

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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby MaxPower » October 14th, 2021, 12:11 pm

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shake d livin wake d dead wrote:Facepalm
They know that Hindus don't eat meat for Divali right? As a Hindu,I am offended by this


timez,

I agree as well.

But correct me if i am wrong, but do some Hindus eat meat for Divali?

A different type of Hinduism perhaps?

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Re: PNM in Gov't

Postby zoom rader » October 14th, 2021, 1:24 pm

MaxPower wrote:
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shake d livin wake d dead wrote:Facepalm
They know that Hindus don't eat meat for Divali right? As a Hindu,I am offended by this


timez,

I agree as well.

But correct me if i am wrong, but do some Hindus eat meat for Divali?

A different type of Hinduism perhaps?
Real Hindus are veggies, they believe in reincarnation. Not suppose to take lives or eat of it.

http://www.pushti-marg.net/bhagwat/vegetarian.htm

Hinds is just a stinking disgrace and shows no respect for Hindus

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