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‘NDP spring has dried up!’ Strong supporter Mrs Parsons fires shot!

-Long time spokeswoman & supporter of NDP Mrs Eileene L. Parsons OBE pens letter to her party leaders about her displeasure with the gov’t & called for the Ministry of Finance to be re-assigned to Hon Ronnie W. Skelton
Former legislator and passionate supporter of the National Democratic Party (NDP), Mrs Eileene L. Parsons OBE has blasted the party and recommended that the Finance Ministry be given to Health Minister Hon Ronnie W. Skelton (AL). Photo: VINO/File
Part of the letter (right) to the National Democratic Party (NDP) that Mrs Eileene L. Parsons OBE wrote. Photo: Team of Reporters
Part of the letter (right) to the National Democratic Party (NDP) that Mrs Eileene L. Parsons OBE wrote. Photo: Team of Reporters
Page 2 of the strongly worded letter (right) to the National Democratic Party (NDP) by Mrs Eileene L. Parsons OBE. Photo: Team of Reporters
Page 2 of the strongly worded letter (right) to the National Democratic Party (NDP) by Mrs Eileene L. Parsons OBE. Photo: Team of Reporters
Former legislator and NDP supporter Mrs Eileene L. Parsons OBE has suggested that Premier Dr The Hon D. Orlando Smith (left) is not doing a good job as the Finance Minister and has recommended that the ministry be given to Hon Ronnie W. Skelton (right), the current Minister for Health and Social Development. Photo: VINO/File
Former legislator and NDP supporter Mrs Eileene L. Parsons OBE has suggested that Premier Dr The Hon D. Orlando Smith (left) is not doing a good job as the Finance Minister and has recommended that the ministry be given to Hon Ronnie W. Skelton (right), the current Minister for Health and Social Development. Photo: VINO/File
MANCHESTER ESTATE, Tortola, VI- One of the strongest supporters over the years of the National Democratic Party (NDP) and the spokeswoman for the organisation, particularly during the 2011 and 2015 political campaigns, former Legislator Mrs Eileene L. Parsons has penned a very strong letter to her party.

The letter, dated November 28, 2016 and obtained from our senior NDP sources, lambasted the party for their poor running of the country and what the former Education and Culture Minister described in the letter as “the NDP spring seems to have dried up.”

Give Ronnie Finance- Parsons  

The longtime supporter of the group, who on many cold and rainy nights was in her wheelchair campaigning for the party, told the NDP regime that “I have waited an inordinate amount of time to see if the situation would improve and I could hope.”

The cultural icon told the elected Members of the NDP in her letter that “it has become obvious to ALL, outside, that all is not as well as it should and could be in our State of BVI”.

The letter went on to say, “as for instance it is being said louder and louder that our Finances portfolio would be better served by being moved from the Office of the Premier to his Minister of Health. It would not be a ‘loss of face’ but it would be a good service to the country,” Mrs Parsons wrote.

She implied in her letter that Premier Smith cannot handle the Finance portfolio and advocated that it be moved to the former Minister of Finance [2003-2007] Hon Ronne W. Skelton (AL) who is also the Minister for Health and Social Development.

Mrs Parsons wrote, “it is an idea whose time has come in spite of who may think differently for whatever reason.”

NDP needs a new leader- Mrs Parsons

In another shot against the president of the NDP, Dr The Honourable D. Orlando Smith (AL), the former legislator told the NDP members that “on another and even more serious note, while we expected the 11 of you to manage our affairs and manage them well we CAN NOT expect you to also manage the affairs of the body politic.”

The letter went on to read, “for years it has been known and sho-shoed that the party needs Leadership, and MORE SERIOUS Leadership. If you all intend to be elected again, you need an organisation with some modicum of structure. This is sadly lacking and all of you have known it forever.”

Sexist? Is it a man thing?

Mrs Parsons also suggested that the party leadership is sexist saying “it is a man thing at the head and heart” and reminded the leadership of the NDP that “it is women who work there butts off to get you gentlemen elected, and we are in serious need of a leader.”

In her letter she said, in heavily criticising her NDP, “people are willing to work but they need constant energising. This is not happening and it is obvious that there is, presently, not a clue about how to make this happen.”

In another strong indictment of the Party, Mrs Parsons said, “we are not a group that is Alive and well and we are perceived as not feeling our brother’s pain. All that can and should be adaptable to change. I, personally entreat the 11 of you, for the sake of the organisation we love, to seriously consider a change in its structure. This will send a message to most of our supporters that we mean business and we will be a force to contend with for the next elections process.”

The former Deputy Chief Minister warned that the NDP “can be saved, it is not too late..”

In the conclusion of her two-page letter, Mrs Parsons said, “I know all of the above will ruffle all feathers, but who cares? I care for the country for which I gave up an American Passport.”

This is one of the strongest lashes to date of the ruling NDP from one of its most dedicated and passionate supporters.

Efforts to reach Mrs Parsons to find out whether she still stands by her letter were not successful up to the time of publication.

114 Responses to “‘NDP spring has dried up!’ Strong supporter Mrs Parsons fires shot!”

  • voter (04/01/2017, 13:11) Like (29) Dislike (24) Reply
    my my my the thing start but VIP still does not have their act together
  • Just saying (04/01/2017, 13:15) Like (54) Dislike (1) Reply
    Where is Mr. FORBES this one needs a tune
  • better (04/01/2017, 13:16) Like (29) Dislike (2) Reply
    good idea she has on the Ministry of Finance
  • EZZNOW (04/01/2017, 13:25) Like (18) Dislike (1) Reply
    Miss P, tek it ez. You have to give them advice on who is best to lead the party when the Doc. steps down. It is sad to say that they will find themselves in the same predicament as the VIP last time if they don't choose the right leader. Tell them, we their supporters who are leaning will be with them if they choose the right man at the helm. Parner, tell them if they don't want to build up Agriculture and protect our lands, we jumping ship. Barry say you will hear. Things to talk No. III.
  • NDP supporter (04/01/2017, 13:28) Like (54) Dislike (1) Reply
    So Fahie is correct about the finances and my team being trying to make us think he's talking nonsense when they are the ones hiding the truth.
  • Oh Eileen! (04/01/2017, 13:34) Like (58) Dislike (4) Reply
    Like her or not...the woman can write! This letter needs to be framed and put in the national museum. I love it!
    • boy (04/01/2017, 16:17) Like (7) Dislike (18) Reply
      This letter is very basic for someone with her educational resume'. Hold it dung.
  • YES! (04/01/2017, 13:35) Like (59) Dislike (1) Reply
    I love this! This best part of that letter was, "I know all of the above will ruffle ALL feathers, but who cares?" She right! We need more people to talk the truth and stop playing around. Hats off to you Mrs. Parsons.
  • Jamdown (04/01/2017, 13:52) Like (31) Dislike (4) Reply
    Vino i rate ayo my yute
    • egg face (04/01/2017, 19:09) Like (11) Dislike (1) Reply
      There is no government in the BVI and hasn't been for over 5 years. This are just wannabe politicians who see the trough and head for it snout first, the actual thought of governing hasn't reached their addled brains yet.
  • HAHA (04/01/2017, 13:52) Like (15) Dislike (1) Reply
    Ting to tawk
  • Good for her (04/01/2017, 14:08) Like (50) Dislike (1) Reply
    A true friend tells you the truth. If they cannot deal with the truth, that is their problem. If this is her truth, they should listen.

    One of the things she did not mention in her letter is the escalation in crime that the NDP appears to be tone deaf about. They need to pay attention to that as well, as the door is wide open for the Opposition to walk into with a solution.
  • Interested (04/01/2017, 14:36) Like (20) Dislike (1) Reply
    I wish that I could shake her hand,Many of us are thinking it,she has the guts to voice it.
    Bless her heart.I hope that they take heed and not allow pride to stand in the way.We must save our party and our country.
  • Well (04/01/2017, 14:51) Like (24) Dislike (1) Reply
    DAAAAAYYYUUUUMMMMMM!!! She sure told them. I do love her style. Straight, no chaser. What you see is what you get.... Now will they listen to her advice....??? That remains to be seen.
  • them like man (04/01/2017, 14:52) Like (19) Dislike (0) Reply
    Ah ha teeth and tongue fall out now
  • Albion (04/01/2017, 14:52) Like (12) Dislike (7) Reply
    If we broke it does not really matter who is the minister of finance
  • tola (04/01/2017, 14:54) Like (31) Dislike (3) Reply
    Well well NDp you all should feel shame ms Parson on you all

    So Andrew was right

    • dd (04/01/2017, 19:49) Like (0) Dislike (13) Reply
      It is interesting that the ms. p should be involved in this at alL..SHE NEEDS TO GO PRAY IN HER OLD AGE
      • Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (04/01/2017, 21:10) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
        Ms. P may need to pray, but we all do. If you something to contribute the matter then do so but just to come on here dissing Ms. P. or anyone else, is a waste of time.

        I think that whether the Premier or Hon. Skelton is in responsible for Finance the decisions are to be made by the Government, not individuals. I am now wondering if the Premier is being run over by others or if there is any order at all. We elected these persons to run our business for us. We did not elect one of them, we elected all of them. They owe it to us to clean up the mess they have made, get the top out of the mud, put aside greed and mistakes and show the world what we are made of. We have a Territory to run, let's act like we know how to act and move ahead. There are other countries that were in worse situations and they recovered. "WE CAN DO THIS, I KNOW WE CAN".
  • vino don't sleep (04/01/2017, 14:54) Like (12) Dislike (3) Reply
    ANOTHER NAIL IN NDP'S COFFIN
  • It is about time (04/01/2017, 14:55) Like (19) Dislike (1) Reply
    Mrs. Parsons has a lot more letters to write... if Mrs. Parsons can see the country is in devastated turmoil. Why do the NDP not recognize this!
    They are selfish, hand dipping in the cookie jar
    sell the country out, bunch of power hungry people. For love of self, they in power will let the country continue to fall into an abyss of suffering.
    NDP you have heard it from one of your own supporter, who has the guts to stand up to you... I hope more than anything that Mrs. Parsons organizes a protest against this government.
  • history buff (04/01/2017, 14:56) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    this situation sounds like egypt in the 1950's where the guy out front was there just for show
  • Hmm (04/01/2017, 15:07) Like (25) Dislike (1) Reply
    Some words are true and needed to be said and heard. Although, I don't agree with Ronnie as head of finance. Matter of fact, out of all the ministers and back benchers, I don't see one of them with the capacity to take over/handle the BVI finances.
  • ........... (04/01/2017, 15:26) Like (16) Dislike (1) Reply
    "In the conclusion of her two-page letter, Mrs Parsons said, “I know all of the above will ruffle all feathers, but who cares? I care for the country for which I gave up an American Passport.”

    AMEN SISTA... I woulda hold on to that Passport though........They'll have to pry mine from my cold dead hands.....lol
  • .................... (04/01/2017, 15:29) Like (14) Dislike (22) Reply
    Oh, one more thing..... How did this letter fall into VINO's hands? There is a big fat rat somewhere. A bit fat snitch, and they need to be shot. They are probably a paid informant. These people will really do anything for money for true buddy...
    • yo could tell (04/01/2017, 16:31) Like (9) Dislike (1) Reply
      Corruption is your middle name
      • Look closer (04/01/2017, 19:24) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
        Petty low-down stuff.
      • ......... (05/01/2017, 11:46) Like (5) Dislike (1) Reply
        What a dumb ass statement. Someone sends a letter to their colleagues asking them to shake things up for the betterment of the country and someone runs to the media with it. I support corruption because I think running to the media in a case like this is dishonest? You people are really retarded messon.
  • Thumbs Up! (04/01/2017, 15:31) Like (20) Dislike (0) Reply
    There we have it ladies and gents. Thank you Ms P for having more gonads than all of them put together. This is about country, not egos!
  • belonger (04/01/2017, 15:39) Like (5) Dislike (9) Reply
    I salute, this great lady. She has given great political wisdom. The Premier should listen the finances of wouldn't be any worse off than Hon. Skelton having the Ministry of Finance so I believe it will be better off for ur country.
  • Native son (04/01/2017, 15:48) Like (11) Dislike (1) Reply
    I think the NDP need to take a serious look within and make the necessary changes. Such changes should include reshuffling/reassigning Ministers and or portfolios where appropriate. The Premier and the rest of his team is doing a disservice to his people when they continue to lie about the true state of the territory's finances. People know that the territory's revenue streams are drying up fast and the situation will not get better anytime soon.
  • VI Fox News (04/01/2017, 15:53) Like (16) Dislike (0) Reply
    "The longtime supporter of the group, who on many cold and rainy nights was in her wheelchair campaigning for the party...."

    You all is the best.......
  • ndp (04/01/2017, 16:30) Like (2) Dislike (50) Reply
    WE WANT MARK FOR MINISTER OF FINANCE
  • Watchin on.. (04/01/2017, 16:33) Like (16) Dislike (0) Reply
    Well if you getting licks from your own..yuh know it bad..SMH. She had need drop a bad word in tha letter tho..probably then they would listen LOL.
  • zoe (04/01/2017, 16:45) Like (2) Dislike (8) Reply
    What a dam forward lady
  • Scary Mary (04/01/2017, 16:47) Like (37) Dislike (0) Reply
    LOL ... it certainly took her long enough to wake up.

    I will never understand how anyone could support this bunch in the first place!
  • hm (04/01/2017, 16:48) Like (3) Dislike (32) Reply
    Who ask she to give up her passport? Many others have theirs. She looking thing to say, it's been a while she's been in the news, seems she's still trying to be relevant. So much so, she turned on her own. What a bunch of two faced/two tounge dogs!
    • hello (04/01/2017, 16:59) Like (16) Dislike (1) Reply
      With such an abuse of the English language, may I suggest that you give up your passport and take some English lessons? That's good free advice for you. At the moment, you couldn't even walk in her shadow. Mrs Parsons can definitely enunciate.
    • truth be told (04/01/2017, 17:35) Like (12) Dislike (0) Reply
      @hm A true friend is a friend who will certainly tell you when you're doing great, but also pull you up when they feel that you are slipping cause they know you're capable of much better than you are doing at the moment. Salut Ms P.
  • Concerned (04/01/2017, 16:50) Like (13) Dislike (1) Reply
    How about some new blood? Some HONEST blood? I do not trust any of the current 5.
    • ORIGINAL CONCERNED (04/01/2017, 19:22) Like (1) Dislike (10) Reply
      I mean not even a name for urself u can find to blog unda
      I have been using concerned for the past 5 years BUT lets keep our ting separate b cse I dont kno for sure how concerned about this country u are
      I will add ORIGINAL to my blog
  • Ayyyyeeee (04/01/2017, 16:54) Like (10) Dislike (0) Reply
    Its good to see that you still have eyes to see whats wrong within your own party. I hope this will apply to HLSCC too. Since you are looking within forget the family ties and call a spade a spade there too or soon there will be things to talk bout you too... Just saying...
  • VG (04/01/2017, 17:22) Like (12) Dislike (1) Reply
    THE NEW PARTY BETTER COME FAST
  • blah (04/01/2017, 17:25) Like (18) Dislike (0) Reply
    I'll drink to that
  • Stewie (04/01/2017, 17:33) Like (9) Dislike (0) Reply
    Good to see that not all are blind followers but sadly many more would jump off the cliff for the NDP.
  • friends (04/01/2017, 17:35) Like (16) Dislike (0) Reply
    Only friends can tell friends the hard truth.
    • Ku (04/01/2017, 19:34) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
      Can't wait to hear the full story behind all of this, because from me from the outside looking in. It seems to be something really serious.
  • @HM (04/01/2017, 17:55) Like (3) Dislike (3) Reply
    U should be shame of yourself. I agree she should not given up her US Passport, but she is right with what she said. What must do berry she head in the sand and take death like u who aint got no shame. Ur government run the country in the ground under 2 English Governors.
  • Save Face (04/01/2017, 18:06) Like (17) Dislike (1) Reply
    I all my days I had neither heard nor seen such a salvo. Ms. Parsons is not "punching like a girl" but she is punching the jewels. The NDP ministers do not believe there is a God who sits on His throne; who raises up leaders and removes leaders. This trashing is long over due. It took a woman to do it.
  • Sawda (04/01/2017, 18:35) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    Ms P had to get a lick in her eye to see clearly,let's see what would change..
  • ABC (04/01/2017, 18:35) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    Lord she could write look comess
  • Flip Flop (04/01/2017, 18:46) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
    Totally agree but good luck seeing any change! They are all power hungry and self serving. Sadly we will have to send a heavy message during next elections, vote them out completely as it's the only way to make our politicians understand we tired of their bad leadership. In the next four years after that we will probably have to flip again. Flip and Flop, that's all we do, in the mean time poor BVI falls further behind.
  • Activist (04/01/2017, 18:47) Like (10) Dislike (0) Reply
    It's time for us to get some street men to run the Government.." What The Hell We Got To Loose"
  • voiceofthevoiceless (04/01/2017, 18:58) Like (17) Dislike (0) Reply
    People get on my case when I said Dr. Smith is a weak leader. Do I need to blog more?
  • born here (04/01/2017, 19:06) Like (12) Dislike (1) Reply
    The country has been in a downward spiral for as long as I can remember..socially, economically & politically. I always say it started when we no longer had local (real full BVIslanders indigenous) running our affairs I was a little girl, but looking back, that was the beginning of this mayhem. Just my opinion.
  • musa (04/01/2017, 19:07) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
    lay out hen total useless a way to fool all of us
  • Online Now (04/01/2017, 19:53) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
    IT IS TIME FOR THE ndp TO GO Just a thought..
  • Speak your Mind Ms. P.. I agree. (04/01/2017, 19:57) Like (27) Dislike (0) Reply
    Thank you Ms. Parson. U listening and reading. You seem to have the most sense.. And you are talking with Wisdom.. Getting these know it all people to listen is another think.. I been saying the same thing for a while. Doc Re-sign let Ronnie take over.. Put Myron in Health, Social development and youth affairs... Put Picko in education, and enviroment....Give Marlon. Agriculture Labour and Culture .. Smith needed to Switch the thing up.. Then Re-sign.
    • @Speak your mind Ms P.. I will add. (05/01/2017, 05:48) Like (5) Dislike (1) Reply
      @Speak your mind Ms P....I agree with your assessment.and structure.. I will add Put Alvera to work with Marlon as Junior Minister...
  • Wendy (04/01/2017, 20:39) Like (1) Dislike (21) Reply
    For starters, this letter needs to be authenticated and acknowledged by Ms P , that she is the author.
    The signature is shaky !
    As close as she are to them, I do not understand why she found it necessary for formality with a letter letter and
    provide a readily available, tangible and convenient thrill for VIP.
    Naah...fortright and open is her voice we know but she is also smart sensible and discerning.
    I am not convinced that this is not another desperate low blow by VIP . If my memory is correct, there was an issue some years ago about a computer and email hacked by VIP but details I do not recall.
    • @ Wendy (04/01/2017, 22:34) Like (6) Dislike (1) Reply

      Would vino print something if it was not authenticated??? Your silly blog is crazy if you ask me!!

    • @wendy (05/01/2017, 08:39) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
      Remember she comes from a time when people took the time to write proper letters rather than shoot off a quick email.
    • vip (05/01/2017, 08:44) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
      You out of darn place.
    • the original voiceofthevoiceless (05/01/2017, 08:49) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
      You ever thought for a moment that possibly Ms. P or someone on her advice released the letter? Maybe she felt that she was not getting the appropriate response from her people so her next resort was a public shame to place pressure on them. Hacking? So are you saying Vino is the BVI version of Wikileaks? Julian Assange...Julian W...You been watching too much CNN and the lame stream media. lol.

      Cabinet reshuffles are not uncommon in Governments as it is a way to shore up any weaknesses in leadership of a particular ministry or portfolio. It also allows for a new Minister with different perspective and ideas that can make a difference in the direction of the Ministry and it is a way to try to prevent corruption by not allowing one Minister to remain in the same position for 4-8 years. In this case she is asking for Dr. Smith to relinquish the post of Ministry of Finance which is a serious blow to Dr. Smith's strength as a leader. Normally in Caribbean politics that Ministry is under the stewardship of the Leader ie. the buck stops here. This is a bold suggestion by Ms. P and although it is laudable, I do not see him relinquishing that purse as it will make him look weak and ineffective. However, let us say he does and Ronnie manages to stabilize the financial situation (daunting task) it could turn out to be a masterstroke by the Premier and work well for his legacy. A worthy sacrifice? In the first NDP Government back in 2007 Ronnie was Minister of Finance so he has held the position before and at the time he was tight with the purse. Some say too tight but maybe that is what is needed now.

      Another highlight of the letter is Ms. P's criticism of the lack of structure and I believe she may be hinting at the lack of a constitution like the VIP which provides for voting members who are representative of each district. They would vote on the leader and allow more regular people to have a voice rather than just a chosen elite few, therefore making the party of the people. Also, it is obvious Ms. P was offended when neither of the junior ministerial positions was awarded to a female and she is probably right in that regard. Again, NDP needs to be more representative of the people who they represent.

      I know you are a loyal supporter but do not allow yourself to be blinded by loyalty. Well done Ms. P.
  • 2 grand (04/01/2017, 21:03) Like (13) Dislike (0) Reply
    Finally off the yak and speaking truth my what a sober mind can produce . The premier needs to go home like yesterday. One should not be elected out of respect but by ability strenght and vision and a lover of people
  • Mr. Bernie Madoff (04/01/2017, 21:31) Like (10) Dislike (0) Reply
    I know one who ain't studying she at all -Action Man was sending photo greetings from aboard a mega-yacht in Panama where he spent the holidays - so to Ms P. - we ain't hand to mouth like the rest of ayo.
  • WPG (04/01/2017, 22:19) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    The Worst yet to Come, stay tune for the other 91%....Ayo head will buss..
  • NDP youth (04/01/2017, 22:34) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    She had a right to write them up
  • wow (04/01/2017, 22:48) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
    wow wow...Vino...how u gt this letter?
  • the real pat (04/01/2017, 22:56) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    So she is saying she wants ronnie to be premier bottom line
  • myrun (04/01/2017, 23:11) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    Well sah and they printed the whole dam letter
  • Political Observer (PO) (05/01/2017, 00:32) Like (23) Dislike (0) Reply
    A true friend tell you what you need to hear, not what you wqnt to hear. But too often we seek out those that tells us what we want to hear. Ms. P has demonstrated extraordinary courage and statesmanship in speaking out, though she may be jeopardizing her own intereat. Done tark, nuff said and time for action.
    • Political Observer (PO) (05/01/2017, 10:06) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
      Continuation..........we avoid family, friends, acquaintances, co-workers.......etc who will keep it real and tell us the truth; the truth that we need to hear but do not want to. Those of us that tell people what they want to hear instead of what they need to hear are partners and take ownership in the poor decision making, reluctance and stubbornness to effect change., the squandering and misuse of resources.........etc. Telling people what they want to hear, not what they need to hear, is a false security and invariably cause ruination ( is this even a word).
      • @Political observer (05/01/2017, 14:24) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
        Yes ruination is very much a word.
        noun
        the action or fact of ruining someone or something or of being ruined.
        "commercial malpractice causes the ruination of thousands of people"
        the state of being ruined.
        "the headquarters fell into ruination"
  • @Political Observer (PO)--Amen. (05/01/2017, 05:56) Like (12) Dislike (0) Reply
    @Political observer (PO)---OMG---Say it again and again and again... I read your blog like 10/times. A beautiful blogg. ..A blogg fill with truth and W Wisdom..---Amen.
  • Ms. P RU A Cancer? (05/01/2017, 06:19) Like (6) Dislike (2) Reply
    Ms P sound like a Cancer born .. Truthful, Kind, Fair, Fearlesss..Opinionated.. Every Star a person born under dictates their Personality.. Zodiac is a Real thing.
  • WTF (05/01/2017, 07:33) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Jeeeeez Ms. P you are right on. You have my vote.
  • Curious (05/01/2017, 08:21) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    meanwhile nothing will happen the NDP has too much pride to make a change
    • Mr Walker (05/01/2017, 19:25) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
      NDP should continue forward as they see fit. Ms P and her flapping veiled hypocrisy and subtle betrayal is the wind behind their back.
      She had to have known the letter would be publicised. Hope Dr Smith show some prudent fiscal management and have her pay for the gov chauufered rided and other perks she is not entitled toasa private citizen.
  • Laura (05/01/2017, 08:26) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
    This is what you call a true epilogue of WAKEUPNESS. BVI wake up before it is all washed away. Ms Parsons you've done your part now it is time for them to do theirs, either rebutt or heed the warning for the betterment of the nation. We want our friendly shores, hard working people, our fish and peas soup nation back but we also want to ensure the generation to come has it better than us..Lord help my BVI for its only prayers now!
    • no ambulance (05/01/2017, 10:21) Like (3) Dislike (4) Reply
      Ronnie cant run the hospital how he wants to be minister of finance
  • Frustration.. (05/01/2017, 09:06) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    Frustration... This sounds like a lot of Frustration.. I guess she tired talk and them ain listening. So she go public... That's putting Country first.
  • Vino we need a part 2. (05/01/2017, 09:15) Like (7) Dislike (0) Reply
    Vino you have to run a part 2 of this story. It's very interesting.. It's hot. Tastee..Need more.
  • LOL (05/01/2017, 09:56) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    The parasites within the "Parasitic Oligarchy" have been eating it from the inside. It now remains a mere shell of its former self ready to implode. This is and the dismantling of the BVI is the new legacy of the NDP.

    Get it together guys or a new party of challengers are destined to emerge. VIP where are you guys? Next election cycle will be interesting. I can smell a coalition.
  • first of all (05/01/2017, 10:19) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Ha ha vino the government blue site steal your ms p story but ms p admitted it vino you are the best
  • open wide (05/01/2017, 10:22) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    And she is not ashame well sah
  • Bunch of Hypocrits (05/01/2017, 12:15) Like (2) Dislike (2) Reply
    Oh.....You all willing to listening to her now, but when she was ringing bad word under Andrew and telling the girls they behaving and dressing too slack in the Festival Parade you all were the same ones asking her to sit down and shut up right?? People, what some creatures; no better than Roaches.
  • ... (05/01/2017, 12:43) Like (1) Dislike (3) Reply
    Don't forget when she said the first time most down island people ever saw a $100 bill was when they came to the Virgin Islands (BVI). Where were you all in her defense?? But now you all here praising her for speaking out. With you all shit.... You people annoy me messon. What a disingenuous, self serving, convenient when it suits them bunch. I'm sick of you all!
  • From Another Website (05/01/2017, 12:54) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    "My colleagues are now responsible for how it got out because I sent it to them privately, marked personal/confidential and now which of their workers copied it and passed it around...They need to find that out," she said."
  • .................. (05/01/2017, 13:02) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    ""I have nothing to say because I am so amazed that loyalty has gone out the door in the BVI...Whatever in the letter people can interpret it how they want...Because it is frightening that there is no loyalty among the people who work for the NDP government...They are undermining Dr. Smith's government every step of the way," she stated.

    Oh, but I was called corrupt for pointing out the same thing......lol
  • farmer brown (05/01/2017, 13:35) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Ha ha who she blaming for the letter getting out!
  • wow (05/01/2017, 14:11) Like (2) Dislike (2) Reply
    SHE HAS EARN MY FULL RESPECT FOR COMING OUT AND BEING TRUTHFUL AND NOT WORRY ABOUT EGO. IF IT IS NOT WELL IT IS NOT WELL. AND SHOULD BE FIX. WHEN IT COMES TO FINANCE RONNIE IS VERY DISCIPLINE EVEN WITH HIS FAMILY BUSINESS. WHEN HE SAYS NO ITS NO.
  • cnn (05/01/2017, 14:12) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Mrs P got balls
  • Financial Secretary (05/01/2017, 19:00) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    My deputy fully supports all that has been said. How slow the wheel turns.
  • Hmm (05/01/2017, 19:18) Like (0) Dislike (1) Reply
    Well Doc,that's what u get for showering her with all the perks in her retirement.
  • Queen Mary (05/01/2017, 19:39) Like (2) Dislike (1) Reply
    So who is she that they must listen and if not she out them in public? I now have a different view of her frankly. She appears to be a control freak with an treacherous streak if she cannot get full attention and obedience. NDP should wash their hands of this private citizen from another era and hand her over to VIP. Not to be trusted.
    If she is all that why was she never a Chief Minister!
  • Wendy (05/01/2017, 20:17) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    This closing act of Ms P will be the lasting memory. Whatever was her intent, it resounds as a deliberate attempt to humiliate the Premier and officials. Desperation? a woman scorned? Well the curtain closes and Mr Premier will continue to be the quintessential gentleman. He will embrace her as he does so many other frienermies.
  • St. Matthew /St. Luke (05/01/2017, 20:36) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Beware ye of the leaven of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisy.
    For there is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; neither hid, that shall not be known.
    Therefore whatsoever ye have spoken in darkness shall be heard in the light; and that which ye have spoken in the ear in closets shall be proclaimed upon the housetops.
  • insider (05/01/2017, 21:21) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    MISS P THROWING DR SMITH UNDER THE BUS AS RONNIE AND FUNNY MAN DOES GIVE SHE WHAT SHE WANTS
  • y (05/01/2017, 23:14) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    What is so top secret that it isn't coming out? I don't like this. If you made the wrong decision Madam Eileen and voted for the NDP then say it but hiding it will lose any and all trust


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