Karma Has No Menu. You Get Served What You Deserve!

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Karma Has No Menu. You Get Served What You Deserve!

OBSERVATION

“Karma” has no menu. You get “Served what you Deserve”. Sooner or later,”Everyone sits Down to a Banquet of Consequences!” So says an old saying and so says the politics of our country!

On the very eve of our election timetable roll out, we are seeing through the cracks  on the side walks, through the green moss and garbage in the gutters, the holes in the newly constructed roads, the jobless and hungry young men turning to crime, the young women forced into prostitution, old people hungry and alone, we are at the beginning of a new era of poverty and crime if nothing changes.

It is in our hands to change how we plan to live out the rest of our days in the sun, and how we vote will decide whether we live and grow or we choose to live less, and see more of us die, while those who have not worked or suffered become the conquerors of our land and what is left of our people.

The consequences of not voting sensibly will visit on our people a continuum of the very issues we are now arguing about and not being heard.

The date for election will come as a thief in the night, bringing the money to buy the election votes, and the need will be so great, that consequences will take a back seat in our haste to grab the illusive dollars which we have been waiting for all year long.

It is important to consider the many schemes which go with the dollars for votes. You may be asked to surrender you voters card in exchange for the dollars, or you may be asked to burn down a home, or rob an institution, or you may even be asked to rape as others have been imported to do on other elections.

It is important to remember that the confusion which some people are paid to create is the same confusion we are currently experiencing in the cashless, but over-priced economic poorhouse that our island has become.

When people are encouraged to carry out fraud for election purposes the thread continues, and the government then has to be complicit in allowing the consequences of their fraudulent election activities to continue throughout their reign of terror.

It is important for those who also have an allegiance to another country or island to remember that whatever is done to others will also be done to you, and the consequence of all actions is even more serious reactions.

In accepting a mission to spread fear in an attempt to win an election will only infect the whole country, and as the new administration settles in, the strategy of gangster life will also take its place within the Cabinet and the Houses of Parliament, the hotel and hospitality industry, the public and private sector, and alas, especially among and against the poor and defenseless.

Corruption in elections however hidden and secretive, cannot hide for long, and even as we contend with the recent shootings and break-ins, and hold-ups and violence, and rape and abuse of children, we will then widen the scope for gangs to get a stronghold on our small island even as in some of our sister islands.

Let us not forget the leaders of a small gang which got close to government before are still alive. Let us not sit down after this election to a Banquet of evil consequences!

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Great Post @ Observation!

    I equate your correspondence to what is happening currently with the UK government after a disastrous third term in office.

    They have lost their way big time!

    Their cost of living has gone through the roof; the governor of the bank of England has had to intervene to save pensions and stop the UK’S economy from crashing and spiralling put of control. Wow!

    Banks have also pulled the plug on certain mortgage products and promotions for new and existing customers.

    THE UK ELECTORATE ARE NOW REGRETTING THEIR LAST ELECTION DECISIONS.

    The point I’m making is very simple:

    Giving Gaston Browne and the ABLP a similar third term will see significant problems to my beloved Antigua.

    I HAVE GIVEN A GOOD EXAMPLE OF THE DISASTROUS CONSEQUENCES IF WE DON’T DO THE RIGHT THING AT THE NEXT GENERAL ELECTION – THERE’S NO-ONE ELSE TO BLAME BUT OURSELVES …

  2. A lot of what was mentioned may be true… But I cannot equate about the cost of living harshly to them as this is a world crisis… We must also remember, we do not make or export anything and that in itself is a big set back for us… Other Caribbean countries make and export and they are still having a hard time…

      • Sometime I wish we could see the faces behind the comments because U and UPP have nothing better to offer . You sit and encourage A Rapist to talk crap on the media after he and UPP DONE LOSE DEM MORNING dem ah beg flashlight fu see ah night.

        • @ Bite me

          Why don’t you show your face?

          You and Gaston and his RAPIST BROTHER HAS ALL TO OFFER ANTIGUANS, INCLUDING HUNGER, POVERTY, HIGH FUEL BILLS, HIGH COST OF LIVING, STARVATION, SUFFERING, UNPAID GOVERNMENT WORKERS, UNPAID GOVERNMENT SUPPLIERS.
          WHAT COUNTRY OR DREAM ARE YOU PEOPLE LIVING IN?
          ANTIGUA IS ON THE BRINK OF COLLAPSE, BUT YET STILL YOU SEE IT AS AN ECONOMIC POWER HOUSE. MAN SNAP OUT OF THIS SHIT AND FACE REALITY.
          ABLP AND GASTON HAS DESTROYED OUR BEAUTIFUL AND DEAR COUNTRY.
          GET RID A DEM

  3. Take it easy take it easy mind u blood pressure……the reality is infront of us, we all see what is n what is not happening we all have eyes but conscience.

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