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None Of The Above cares deeply about politics or is not bothered at all. None Of The Above wants to make a significant contribution to this country but prefers to do so anonymously. None Of The Above could be you. If it is, please write to editor@wired868.com and have your say. Please keep contributions below 600 words.

PP must eradicate dirty white collars

So, Jack Warner has “resigned.” Does the People’s Partnership government think this will mend the damage to T&T’s international image? Will it pacify those floating voters and remove the ammunition from Keith Rowley’s arsenal? The Prime Minister needs to recognise, publicly, that this situation with Warner will run and run. …

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Save the Wotless Generation

“These young people today have no respect… They don’t want to work… It’s not like it was in our day.” It seems that the youth of today, “The Wotless Generation”, is always under attack. But do their accusers ever stop and consider who created this lost generation? Perhaps if they …

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Transparently opaque

I noticed in the 2012 Corruption Perception Index that T&T are maintaining a fairly constant mid-table position. But for a country such as Trinidad & Tobago, armed with everything needed to join the first world league, the result means continuing disappointment and leads you to wonder why the Government has …

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The Prime Minister must lead her government

“Cometh the hour, cometh the man” is a cliché often heard in politics and sport as a leader emerges to rescue a seemingly lost cause. These six words crystallise the political events in Trinidad and Tobago over the last three months. Except that no man or, in this case, woman …

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Is the AG corrupt, inept or just useless?

Not guilty. Attorney General Anand Ramlogan is not guilty of anything so it’s about time we, as a nation, give the good gentleman a break. Let’s leave the man alone. Let’s forget about Section 34. Let’s stop the witch hunt. Let’s move on. I listened to the debate in Parliament …

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The Government must hold Section 34 Inquiry

I really don’t care who runs the country. Be it UNC, COP, PNM or any other trilogy of capital letters, all I want is a government whose first concern is improving the lives of its citizens rather than their own. Is it too much to ask, I sometimes ponder. I …

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Introducing None Of The Above

In the current political climate in Trinidad & Tobago, freedom of speech is under attack; it is already gasping for breath, some may say, under the government’s jackboot. Recent statements, particularly by the Minister of National Security, do seem to suggest that those who speak out may be under threat. …

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