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Written by: JoePublic - 27th Apr, 2017 - 10:49pm Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: George

Title: The creation of another Laventille

Comments: The politicians and the police with the help of many members of our so called Muslim Movement have at last created another district bearing the trade mark of Laventille in Enterprise. Only that this new location consist of mostly murderers, and potential terrorists and apparently is now going to cost an arm and a leg to keep under control. Well, all we got to do now is wait for another such area of this nation to upgrade itself to another Laventille status. In my opinion we won't have to wait long for this to happen as we have many loose murderers and criminals who are very anxious to prove that they could maintain the high levels of criminality in many other hot spots on this island. The impression given which is a disturbing factor is because most of these hot spots are strongholds of the [..] the government and the police just stand by and watch the growth of crime, especially murders in these area without taking the harsh and required measures by nipping the expansion of of criminal activities in the bud. Where next, Diego Martin, Morvant,or Maloney?
Written by: JoePublic - 22nd Apr, 2017 - 12:28pm Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: George

Title: Diego Martin Another hot spot?

Comments: The reason why Diego has become a violent district is not hard to understand. Just put your thinking cap on a remember which of our notorious criminals lives in that potential hot spot, and have too, become a menace to our so-called democracy and justice system. Mind you, no one should tell the police or the authorities why Diego Martin has gone to dogs. They should know this. They just got to ask themselves who is behind all the crime in our hot spots here. Of course, its the members of our potential terrorist movement.Yes man, its members, of that so -called Muslim fanatical brigade led, by our former local policeman.In my opinion, the authorities and the police just don't want to hear this, and keep turning a blind eye to the evidence staring them in their faces.Diego Martin is now really another hot spot of local crime.
Written by: JoePublic - 31st Mar, 2017 - 9:45am Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: George

Title: Living in a make belief world

Comments: Despite the continuance of the every day murders of our innocent citizens nothing is really being done to stem the flow of these unnecessary killings. It would now appear that to satisfy potential investors the government is treating the daily slaughter of our citizens as normal.They are not prepared to call a State of Emergency which is urgently needed .It is now obvious, that they fear that by doing so, it may alert overseas investors that something is wrong here. What they are failing to realize is that once investors enter this country, and then realize what is really happening here they will quickly quickly pack their bags and retreat to safer havens of investment. The only and possible resource left here now that may still attract those greedy companies is our oil. Greedy investors however, are not going to pump any money into our depleting local oil industry if they are not given watertight guarantees of up front payment for the cost of further surveys etc. This in the end will reflect in our Treasury assets and have a profound effect on the cost of living of our citizens and the economic stability of the nation. Living on the hope that more oil reserves may be found in living in a make belief world. Previous exploration by these greedy companies have left the cupboard almost bare, without the reliance of oil and gas as our only means of survival. The government must now seriously attempt to search for local methods of diversification in order to meet the needs of those in our future society. They must remember the old saying 'That you never miss the water till the well runs dry'. The impression now given is that the politicians here are only prepared to undertake projects that offer them quick financial benefits in their lifetime, but are quite prepared to leave an empty legacy of dire need and poverty for our up coming generation. First and foremost is that the politicians here must find new ways of stemming the excessive flow of murders,serious crimes and increasing general lawlessness here to make the country a more secure society, before going galavanting and searching for potential investors and committing the nation to potential economic ruins merely to meet the financial greed of a few living in a make belief world.
Written by: JoePublic - 4th Feb, 2017 - 2:14pm Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: George

Comments: There are really no more places here on this island that can be categorised as a hot spot. We must face the facts and reality the whole island should now be considered as a giant criminal hot -spot, in other words, a haven for criminals where crime pays and where murders and acute lawlessness are now widespread through this island which is now out of the control of our law enforcement officers.The local murderers and hardened criminals are now in charge.They rule the roost.
Written by: JoePublic - 7th Jan, 2017 - 12:33pm Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: Patrice

Comments: Londonboy helicopters? Air balloons? We spent so much money already and none of those things worked because the police is unable to solve any murder or crime. How is it that even possible?!
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