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First Lady, Hon Walwyn criticised for ‘divisive’ comments at HL Stoutt memorial

- told they should have ‘time & place’
Minister for Education and Culture Honourable Myron V. Walwyn and First Lady Mrs Lorna G. Smith have been blasted for taking politics to the wrong place. Photo: VINO
Relatives of the Late Hamilton Lavity Stoutt at yesterday's 20th Memorial Celebrations. Photo: VINO
Relatives of the Late Hamilton Lavity Stoutt at yesterday's 20th Memorial Celebrations. Photo: VINO
Section of the audience yesterday, March 2, 2015, at the ceremony held at the Central Administration Complex. Photo: VINO
Section of the audience yesterday, March 2, 2015, at the ceremony held at the Central Administration Complex. Photo: VINO
Minister for Communications and Works Hon Mark H. Vanterpool (left) among the audience yesterday, March 2, 2015, at the ceremony held at the Central Administration Complex. Photo: VINO
Minister for Communications and Works Hon Mark H. Vanterpool (left) among the audience yesterday, March 2, 2015, at the ceremony held at the Central Administration Complex. Photo: VINO
Students of the Claudia Creque Educational Centre doing a Poem written by Andria D. Flax. Photo: VINO
Students of the Claudia Creque Educational Centre doing a Poem written by Andria D. Flax. Photo: VINO
The HLSCC Stingrays in performance. Photo: VINO
The HLSCC Stingrays in performance. Photo: VINO
Live fungi music done by Zion Hill band. Photo: VINO
Live fungi music done by Zion Hill band. Photo: VINO
Miss Little Princess 2014 Afyah Frett doing the territorial song. Photo: VINO
Miss Little Princess 2014 Afyah Frett doing the territorial song. Photo: VINO
HLSCC commemorative choir. Photo: VINO
HLSCC commemorative choir. Photo: VINO
The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) at the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) at the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Governor John S. Duncan and wife along with Premier and Minister of Finance Dr. the Hon D. Orlando Smith and Mrs Lorna G. Smith at the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Governor John S. Duncan and wife along with Premier and Minister of Finance Dr. the Hon D. Orlando Smith and Mrs Lorna G. Smith at the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Permanent Secretary in the Deputy Governor’s Office David D. Archer was one of many participants of the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Permanent Secretary in the Deputy Governor’s Office David D. Archer was one of many participants of the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
The Cadet Corp led the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
The Cadet Corp led the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Participants of the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Participants of the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Participants of the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Participants of the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Participants of the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Participants of the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Participants of the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Participants of the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Althea Scatliffe Primary School at the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Althea Scatliffe Primary School at the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Little Princess 2014 Afyah Frett was among those who participated in the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Little Princess 2014 Afyah Frett was among those who participated in the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Participants of the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Participants of the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Participants of the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
Participants of the street march that heralded the start of the 20th Memorial Celebration of Honourable H. Lavity Stoutt - A Nation Builder, yesterday March 2, 2015. Photo: VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – It was a morning set aside to celebrate the life and legacy of the late Virgin Islands’ Chief Minister and hero H. Lavity Stoutt; however, many were forced to express their disgust at what one person described as ‘foolish baby politic’ displayed by the Virgin Islands (VI) First Lady Mrs Lorna G. Smith, OBE, and Minister for Education and Culture Honourable Myron V. Walwyn.

Mrs Smith was tasked with the honour of giving a general reflection of the life and legacy of the late legislator and nation builder Mr Hamilton Lavity Stoutt yesterday March 2, 2015 at his Twentieth Memorial Celebration. Her presentation was to be titled ‘We Remember’.

All was going well with the presentation until the point when Mrs Smith said, “Today there are many who find it fashionable or expedient to associate themselves with the late HL. Truth be told, and this might sound harsh, they secretly hope that his contributions to this territory, in the words of Shakespeare, ‘would be interred with his bones’. As I said, this might be harsh but in the words of the late Bob Marley, ‘who the cap fits-let them wear it’. Neither was I speaking to the Honourable R.T. O’Neal who was constantly at his side.”

According to one politician who did not wish to be named since he does not want the issue to be prolonged, said, “That statement was obviously for us, the many in this territory who are following the happenings of today, that statement of Mrs Smith, someone I respect very much but I believe chose the wrong platform for such a statement today, was directed at Honourable Julian Fraser with their back and forth on the BiWater issues when he (Hon Fraser) said it was her son who had signed a certain document,” said the politician.

“We must know time and place to politic. That was a short part in her half hour speech but the small things stick easier and that overshadowed all the other wonderful things she said because after that so many persons stopped listening and were chatting about that little statement,” added the politician.

Another was not too pleased with certain insinuations allegedly uttered by Minister for Education and Culture Hon Myron V. Walwyn. “We can say what we have to say at ceremonies like this and do it without the little jargons and insinuations. The time will come and it’s coming sooner than later for all the political speeches but in the meantime let’s give reverence to solemn moments like this.”

Hon Walwyn had said in part, ‘Our Chief Minister’s love for this territory went beyond his district while governing, his style was more progressive than the typical politician of that time and I dare say even some politicians of today. Though there were many opportunities for him to concentrate on appeasing those elected by him, he instead concentrated on building a country… Thankfully, our late chief minister was not a man like many but a true leader of his people.”

These comments from Mrs Smith and Hon Walwyn were deemed divisive, a criticism that has long been put to the ruling National Democratic Party.

United Kingdom-appointed Governor to the Virgin Islands Mr John S. Duncan, Leader of the Opposition Honourable Ralph T. O’Neal and Premier and Minister of Finance Dr The Honourable D. Orlando Smith and Honourable Andrew A. Fahie (R3) were credited as being the more mature and professional speakers of the day.

Governor Duncan in his brief remarks said of the late Mr Stoutt, “He was the giant in our community, someone who led us through major political, social and economic changes with his often quoted statement, indeed his watch line – a community without vision will perish, he was a man that provided vision, a man who lived by that vision.”

Premier Smith, among other memorable things of the fallen hero, had said “Mr Stoutt always referred to his successful contributions to the VI as leadership, direction and determination.”

And on the part of Hon O’Neal, the stern yet humourous side of the late Hon Stoutt were told in several stories among which included that of him stating and showing that persons coming from other countries should not be allowed to do as they like, something Hon O’Neal said he learnt from the late Hon Stoutt.

66 Responses to “First Lady, Hon Walwyn criticised for ‘divisive’ comments at HL Stoutt memorial”

  • ... (03/03/2015, 08:26) Like (38) Dislike (40) Reply
    One from Antigua the other form Anguilla come here t bring this nasty wicked divisive politics to the BVI...they both should have been boo and rotten eggs thrown in their faces…set of desperate men and women to stay in power!!!
    • proud tolian (03/03/2015, 10:37) Like (18) Dislike (5) Reply
      I dont like how these island people talking down to our home boy at all.
    • pat (03/03/2015, 12:31) Like (7) Dislike (0) Reply
      divisive politics grew before they were in power. Remember, One was part of the Raffles debacle in Lambert as he tried big development. Now he has a supportive party and he can single-mindedly get what he wants. She is also very self-important as she has the ear of the premier.
    • chad (03/03/2015, 14:44) Like (2) Dislike (2) Reply

      what bulls..t .... is that! some of the local like yyourself do not have any respect for there own people or anyone else.

      • pat (04/03/2015, 00:21) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
        if you are talking to me, I have plenty respect if individuals have respect for their station and other people themselves.
  • DON Q (03/03/2015, 08:31) Like (20) Dislike (23) Reply
    Ndp must go
  • FRIEND FOR T&T (03/03/2015, 08:48) Like (20) Dislike (21) Reply
    RUM MAKES ALOT OF PEOPLE TALK. SO JUST MAYBE ITS THE RUM.
  • Eleven (03/03/2015, 09:03) Like (22) Dislike (12) Reply
    Darn! What a shame. It was the same Walwyn who referred to Hon O'Neal at the time Premier, as "Emperor without clothes". The culture of disrespect continues
  • kids (03/03/2015, 09:05) Like (12) Dislike (6) Reply

    Hmmmm wow and tha was her ma... lavity what ah thing eh

  • confused (03/03/2015, 09:08) Like (23) Dislike (13) Reply
    Why does the BVI have HLS as a god? Do they forget?
    • Why be confused? (04/03/2015, 05:49) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
      No one is trying to Make H.L Stoutt a God! no one is trying to say he was perfect , he was human and humans make
      Mistakes. Whatever it is you are referring to that we should remember , was it more than he has done for this Country .
      It is sad how ungrateful some of us can be. Hold on to your grudge and see what that could do to enlighten or advance us as a people. The very party he co-founded has a slogan which says, Forward Ever, backwards never. Try moving forward and come with a vision as he had for advancing our country.
  • Boo (03/03/2015, 09:20) Like (11) Dislike (11) Reply
    We always try to put those who come here to get help in front An indigenous Virgin Islander would have known what to say. HL deserved better than that. Let them tell us how they got here.
    • Indigenous? (03/03/2015, 11:11) Like (18) Dislike (14) Reply
      Surely you jest. If you wished for an indigenous virgin islander, you'd need to look for Tainos or Caribs. All the rest of us arrived here later, some by choice, many by force. We've built these islands to be a successful territory, but delude ourselves by saying "we born here and the land's ours
      • ----------------------------- (03/03/2015, 23:53) Like (4) Dislike (1) Reply
        Your comments serve to strengthen the argument to dispense with the CURRENT GOVERNMENT
  • facts man (03/03/2015, 09:47) Like (30) Dislike (9) Reply
    I listened to a speech on Sunday given by the former first lady Rev O’neal that was class and with dignity...then come Monday I listened to the current first lady LS...I head hate, anger, partisan politics and campaigning; dawn shame...As for Myron we know he is the bottom of the pits in terms of class and culture no surprise there. Leave the campaign for the season stop turning this thing for HLS into politics
    • @facts man (03/03/2015, 09:55) Like (13) Dislike (7) Reply

      Its not what you say, its how you live. I can go on a stage and make myself look like and Angel with a halo and be the devil in hell...do not compare people by just their speech...

  • SAD! (03/03/2015, 09:53) Like (4) Dislike (7) Reply
    TRUTH HURTS!
    • hummmm (03/03/2015, 11:32) Like (14) Dislike (9) Reply
      Look how the NDP allowed Myron and the so called ‘first lady’ to spoil a good day…SMH
  • i from here (03/03/2015, 10:15) Like (16) Dislike (24) Reply
    Well done First lady and Myron! You hit them hard with those comments! Who it hurt it hurt!
    • legal (03/03/2015, 19:33) Like (2) Dislike (2) Reply
      @ I from here, You is just as ignorant as them. Shame on you to.
    • @ SAD! (03/03/2015, 23:50) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
      Well, thanks for the clarification. However, that a distinction without a meaningful difference for our purposes. It's time to furtherRID THE BVI OF THE NDP
  • wize up (03/03/2015, 10:25) Like (8) Dislike (11) Reply
    Myron run tings!!!!
  • ooooo (03/03/2015, 10:31) Like (20) Dislike (7) Reply
    why was this forum used to spew hatred and political rhetoric?
    • @ooooo (03/03/2015, 19:09) Like (1) Dislike (2) Reply
      WHO IT HURT IT HURT..TRUTH WAS TOLD...GOOD SPEECH..
      • thoes two (05/03/2015, 00:56) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply

        my fellow Virgin Islanders...let's face the truth...SOME B V ISlanders are simply a Despicable piece of human waste...these kind of people when caught should just simply be ext......

    • The TRUTH (04/03/2015, 08:13) Like (0) Dislike (2) Reply
      Because the BVI is full of hate, greed, mistrust, nepotism, prejudice, racism, violence, misogyny, cruelty................
  • JACK BE STILL (03/03/2015, 10:33) Like (11) Dislike (10) Reply
    going forward anything the NDP having we need to boycott send them a strong message we will not tolerate this type of divisive politics
  • ????? (03/03/2015, 10:35) Like (13) Dislike (2) Reply
    Why these NDP women drinking so????
  • Disinterested (03/03/2015, 10:53) Like (19) Dislike (14) Reply
    Clearly, Lorna Smith, wife of the Premier D. Orlando Smith, has a partisan bent. The 20th celebration of the life and legacy of the late H. L. Stoutt, first and former Chief Minister, should have been a bipartisan effort lauding the philosophy, integrity and accomplishments of the former Chief Minister. Instead, the speech was loaded with much political grenades flung at others with a differing governing philosophy, marring the speech. There is a time and place for political speeches.

    This/these was a political campaign speech, a precursor of what is coming. Nonetheless, election is just around the corner and the temperature is heating up. There will be much opportunities on the campaign trail to hurl political grenades and light fire under competitors. Though I would prefer hear about solutions to our myriad of problems. This type of speech was ill-timed. H. L. Stoutt must be really churning in his grave.
    • Yes (03/03/2015, 15:10) Like (7) Dislike (16) Reply
      Clearly you have no clue what's going on. They had a right and that was the right place! They all feigning over HL Stoutt but have no vision. Lorna and Myron had a right let them have it there! Myron especially has done A LOT for this country and he has all right to talk about HL Stoutt because he is doing just what Stoutt did, ACTION, BUILDING, DEVELOPING, DOING and not TALKING!
  • nbc (03/03/2015, 10:54) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
    Its a good thing that God is not like man. The same one who was on the radio running her mouth about Lavity should be given CBE or OBE is the same one who refused to join the Government unless Lavity was replaced by Ralph. How soon we forget.
    • thing the talk (03/03/2015, 12:53) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
      The same lady attempted a COUP DE TAT against ralph's government.
  • yeah (03/03/2015, 11:28) Like (17) Dislike (12) Reply
    When you have people in power and others whose only objective is to stay in power and look down on others what else you expect them to say….two of the Myron and Lorna sold be banned from ever speaking in the BVI again too

    No taste, no class they do not know what to say when! the BVI has never been at this low point ever until that unscruperlios gang got power
  • Shara Parlin (03/03/2015, 11:34) Like (19) Dislike (11) Reply
    lorna knows better she should be ashame to be folloing and taking tips from the likes of mvw an Illiterate fool
  • Ah LAUGH! (03/03/2015, 11:46) Like (14) Dislike (8) Reply
    So Andrew can call the Government the most corrupt in history and Rajah who has no record whatsoever can call down the Government as he feels, but now you vex?
  • A$$E$ (03/03/2015, 12:49) Like (5) Dislike (5) Reply
    People pleaseeeeeee stop talking pissing for with out the island people to come in and teach and work and interrupt incest and help build these islands....look at the local doctors they go away to study bring back their wives just so they don't make the same mistake and reproduce ignorant people and further more give you'll some looks and color...set of A$$E$
  • Yes (03/03/2015, 12:51) Like (12) Dislike (2) Reply
    look how those 2 women got their foot lapped?
  • Not the time or place (03/03/2015, 13:33) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    The H L Stoutt Memorial service is intended to reflect on the life and times of H Lavity Stoutt! This display of unethical rants and political campaigning is totally unbecoming of the violators. The Premier has a second chance to display some form of Leadership by denouncing these despicable acts and recalibrate the NDP's moral compass. There is a place and time for everything! This was not the place and this was not the time.
  • SMH (03/03/2015, 14:49) Like (4) Dislike (1) Reply
    talk about no class, this is no way to honor one of our founding fathers
  • swing low (03/03/2015, 14:51) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    Swing low sweet chariots coming forth to take me home. There will not be a 7 majority government this election time.
  • chad (03/03/2015, 15:12) Like (5) Dislike (6) Reply
    All who talking about place and time, did you guys read the entire speech from both persons? You only focus on one snippet and you gone crazy. Myron and Lorna praised HL Stoutt and their speech was more about him than the few lines targeted at the HL Stoutt wannabees. They both had hard hitting good speeches!
  • cay (03/03/2015, 15:36) Like (10) Dislike (0) Reply
    When your motives are evil then you must talk a lot of piss
  • foxy (03/03/2015, 16:26) Like (10) Dislike (1) Reply
    Lorna i did not ecpect this myron he from the lower class
  • So (03/03/2015, 17:43) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Do not bite the. Hands that feed you. Read between the lines.
  • chad (03/03/2015, 17:48) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
    All that can be expected from a hog is a grunt.
  • asaur (03/03/2015, 19:04) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    Did anyone see lorna facebook posting? Smh
    • @ asaur (03/03/2015, 23:06) Like (9) Dislike (0) Reply
      we did just trying to make her divisive speech look good ...her days are closing....
  • kk (03/03/2015, 19:23) Like (11) Dislike (2) Reply
    CB Romney is the real Corner stone of this nation. Financial services--tourism---These are fruits from CB Romney`s seeds-----He May have made mistakes---but it time we speak the truth---tell the youth the truth.--All the Money that Lavity had to spend and develop the BVI came from CB Romney fruit tree.---his vision. Give Jack his Jacket.
  • not she (03/03/2015, 23:19) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    i had lorna to be forward thinking...but
  • never again (03/03/2015, 23:30) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    this is the lat straw, I could ad will never again support the NDP
  • not ready (03/03/2015, 23:46) Like (52) Dislike (0) Reply
    once again myron was involved in something to bring shame to the BVI
  • voter (03/03/2015, 23:57) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    people tis an election year so mvw and ls must use whatever means will get the job done effectively.


  • wize up (04/03/2015, 05:59) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    once you are of the black-race and reside in these british virgin islands you are subjected to all manner of stupid talk and a wide varity of social labels....now if you are from the white-race and reside in these british virgin islands your treated like little Gods...all the members of the black-race come to the bvi to do is simply make a better life for their family( the BV Islanders did the same thing back in the 1930s went to other caribbean islands)....now the whites them come here; buy out the land then forbid the same Indigenous from walking on it(cant even go to the beach now)....the same whites come here buy-out our leaders, live large and the all the Indigenous BV Islands can do is watch-on; BUT the little black-man is given an ear-full of stuipd talk....we have persons who where born in road town now living all over God's earth and i must add doing very well "OUT-SIDE" of the BVI... i remeber the days when the Indigenous BV Islanders ran accross to st john to cannel-bay to mop-floors and clean vomit some even went to st thomas and packed bags a pueblo supermarket....stop beating up on your fellow black man; our issues are not with the our brothers and sisters....look at where you live; look at where you fellow black man live; now look at where the white-boys live/how their live(these guys even have their own bars, bike-clubs and other soicial clubs within the BVI and no Indigenous talking about these things)..the black-man have a little party on the beach them come here to take-over the BVI...back in the day; the Indigenous VI Landers were strong and very proud and ruled this place not sit arround pointing fingers talking stuipness(they owned boats, built boats, were farmers, owned the stores, owned the lands; truly Indigenous!!!!!
    • Dwayne J. Strawn (05/03/2015, 12:01) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
      You are so on point! Look at how we beating up each other right here on this blog, look at how we insulting each other? While the real issues that really affect us are not given a glance or a word. We the people are the government, we hire these individuals to attend to OUR business, to represent US...not themselves or anyone else...US! People, Pay attention to the REAL issues not these petty issues. Someone gives a speech ...ok we don't like it... now what? That doesn't affect the policies that govern us, that we have to live with. You don't like the policies created/implimented by someone that YOU hired... then YOU replace them.... there will be a time and a place for US to do that. Stop blaming everybody/everything else for OUR actions or lack thereof
    • @ wize up (05/03/2015, 15:24) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      Sure you right, but don't worry. Soon the Filipinos will outnumber indigenous, down-island and white people all. It has a lot more of them where these came from and it looks like they have a free rein to come to the BVI as they wish. Everywhere else in North America has already been overrun. Can't you see they already have their own social clubs, etc? And they are already clamouring for rights? Soon you all will band together with the white folks just to stand firm in the face of the Filipino onslaught.
  • look the devil dey (04/03/2015, 08:52) Like (12) Dislike (0) Reply
    look his face and red eyes the face of the devil!!!
  • ruuf ruuf! (05/03/2015, 00:00) Like (7) Dislike (0) Reply
    Ah Just More Poverty and Pauperization after three long years !!!!...
  • decision (05/03/2015, 19:49) Like (5) Dislike (1) Reply
    The truth must be told once it's not a LIE. First Lady didn't call no fowl she only threw some corn.
  • Lilly Ann (09/03/2015, 21:35) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    The story of the disgraced minister and first lady SMH,,,bed time


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