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Written by: JoePublic - 15th May, 2017 - 3:19am Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: George

Title: On the edge of the abyss

Comments: The main and very serious outstanding aspect of this society that remains prominent in our everyday lives which has put a halt to the normal way of life here is the perpetual rate of the daily slaughter of our innocent citizens. As I have said before everything is falling apart. There are problems within the justice system, the health service is suppose to be in crisis.There is a water shortage,Roads need urgent repairs. Corruption is rife down at the licensing office and other government departments, We have large oil spills that are affecting the environment costing an arm and a leg to resolve.,An economy almost n ruins. More calls to tighten belts .A growing brigade of local terrorists waiting for an opportunity to have another attempt at a coup A galloping rate of general lawlessness all around us.Shortage of proper transport to Tobago with reports of shortage of food there. What sort of nation is this?. Where are we going?. To top it all we have the police asking for another pay rise for doing very little to combat or stem the flow of crime and general lawlessness .They remain as useless as they were decades ago,and this is reflected by the yearly increase of more murders and expansion of law breaking by a large racial group four population, and among them killers increasing in numbers each day running loose,killing citizens at random as a hobby, or for the fun of it. . It all amounts to a nation with many citizens living in a make belief world. I think its about time we dump those in the corridors of power, reform our political system, and start all over again. We are just making no progress but simply going around in circles,and now apparently sliding slowly into the abyss.
Written by: JoePublic - 29th Mar, 2017 - 2:00pm Trinidad Safety Reply

Name: George

Title: Signs of another attempted coup?

Comments: The way the crime scene in Enterprise is developing, it would appear that there are signs of the brewing of another attempted coup.Moreover, would appear that we have a detachment of hard line ISIS terrorists already operating here unknown to the government or police. Building a new police station in that area is not going to make any difference. These guys are here as permanent residence,who are inspired and obviously financed by their local leader.They would just move on to another district to continue in developing their militancy. What they are aiming for is complete break down of law and order creating an excuse and an opportunity to attempt another coup. What we need is a detachment of military men permanently stationed in that area,ban this Muslim militant movement, and restrict the movement of their leader. Whether this will make any difference only time will tell.
Written by: JoePublic - 27th Mar, 2017 - 3:17pm Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: Ashton

Comments: The country is now bordering on a 'state of complete mayhem.' I am not sure if those in power, authority or any leadership roles have any true desire to putting a stop to this. It appears- after reading and experiencing some interactions with the local law enforcement teams- they too are either not willing or afraid to get involved. Part of this reluctance can be attributed to intimidation from senior members, collusion or direct involvement.
So what are possible solutions? - Perhaps neighbourhoods forming their own 'police-watch, elders in each community coming together and conduct short sessions within the community centres about our heritage and past values, television stations provide some time to talk about the current situation and the future of the country if the situation remains unchecked. Policemen become more open and approachable. Hangings, politicians, laws, revenges- they have all been tried and failed. We need to go back to grass- roots- in order to create positive change.
Written by: JoePublic - 26th Mar, 2017 - 11:53am Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: George


Comments: Our politicians need to grow up and take responsibilities for this nation and its citizens.They must stop acting as spoil children and stop the deliberate malice and spitefulness demonstrated when they try to point their fingers at the failures of one side or the other. They should combine their knowledge and capabilities in trying to resolve our problems and not try to make matters worse. Surely our elected representatives must see that their past political endeavors have so far failed to bring about a happier and more secure nation, Our politicians have for over the last fifty years really failed to enhance the quality of life here for the ordinary citizens. Generally speaking things have become so bad here now,that we have an increase in poverty, more unemployment, more murders and serious crimes and growing widespread general lawlessness through the country. The problem now is that no one of status or in a position of authority can do anything to stop the spiral of all these adverse features of our nation. We haven't even got a crime plan, and the police needs much more manpower and training in order fight and detect crime here.It would now appear that they are out numbered by criminals. At the moment there is a crying need for outside help, however because of pigheadedness, our politicians have so far failed to seek the assistance they need from outside resources.They have utilized all known avenues but have now run out of ideas and are beginning to tread on methods unknown and have no certainty of success. At present those in the corridors of power are struggling to keep crime under control and manage the economy. There are now only two alternatives left for the PNM .The first is to seek outside help now where ever it is needed .The second is to call a general election and pass the problems on to another political party. They may have some solution to our problems or may see the desire to ask for outside help and do so. The writing is now clearly on the wall something has to be done. Politicians here cannot just keep holding onto power drawing large salaries and doing nothing to resolve our situation. They just cannot standby and watch the growing trend of rising serious crimes,lawlessness and a fading economy and do nothing beneficial about it.This attitude will only lead to the prolong of the present serious problems for this nation and its people.
Written by: JoePublic - 24th Mar, 2017 - 7:27pm Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: George

Title: Time for a state of emergency?

Comments: I can honestly say that I have never seen so much reporting of so many murders, violent crimes and other serious crime within one month as is seen on this island or any where else except of course where wars are being fought. The country could be classified as a war zone with a wide sector of killing fields. Something drastically must be done now to halt this wild spree of raving criminal lunatics on this island. Surely it is time to call a State of Emergency and put severe restriction on movements of our citizens. Things just can't go on like this .Where are all our politicians have they joined Apodoca and are fast asleep?. Here are a few lines that may make those of status and responsibility here think about what is really happening here. I see no hope For the future of this land For money is the quest For all of our goals One man is worth millions While another man starves Our fate is no longer in our hands Our destiny is no longer ours It's too late to turn back From this economic slavery It's the end of our paradise Thanks to our love of money.
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