Thursday, January 31, 2013

Letter: It's either Ellis, or Mustapha, or Winston, or Noor, or Maniram

Say what you want, from the day humans were created some have demonstrated they cannot be trusted. What does that imply: that The Creator is defective? I think not. 

He is The One who gave humans free will. The long and short of that is: humans must stand the consequences of their also means, where there is no cause to suspect, humans must be given the leeway to be what they say they are and do what they say they can do.

Under our well-established and well-accepted political arrangements, whoever forms the Government is required to do things for the benefit of everyone. But, Government comes from Parliament and Parliament generates only 41 plus 16 persons who, technically, who can be the Government, if one party takes everything as happened in Tobago recently. 

With the vast number of areas Government routinely has to cover, Government has to look outside Government to do a satisfactory job. Government has to depend on persons on the outside of Government to identify who must help Government as a result.

Now, newspapers are reporting of another person chosen by Government being found to be not the man he said he was. The individual was appointed by the Government to carry out a very important exercise (which the Government ought not to have had on its plate in the first place): getting to the bottom of the atrocious 1990 episode. 

Some persons are saying the Government has lapsed, so Government heads must roll. But, who, besides God (or Benny Hinn) can take one look at a highly-recommended person and say he's not what he appears to be?

In whatever investigation to be done concerning how Mr Mohammed got appointed, I hope it doesn't take as long as it took to establish the 1990 Commission to reveal who, exactly, recommended him for the post, since common sense says (if what the newspapers reported is true), it can only be: Ellis Clarke (who is dead) and or, Justice Mustapha Ibrahim and or, Mr Winston Dookeran, and or Mr Noor Mohammed and or, Mr Maniram Rambissoon.
Heston Corbie | 69 Prizgar Lands, Laventille.

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