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‘We’re in a Jim Jones era of dictatorship’ - Rosemary R. Rosan-Jones

- Urges Premier Fahie to stop using 'God's' name in his plans
Hurling expletives in the midst of residents and Opposition Members of the Virgin Islands (VI) House of Assembly (HoA), self-proclaimed generational Christian, Rosemary R. Rosan-Jones aka ‘Cindy’ said Premier and Minister of Finance, Hon Andrew A. Fahie (R1) is now running a dictatorship akin to the Jim Jones era. Photo: Facebook
Shocked residents watched on in horror as Rosemary R. Rosan-Jones aka ‘Cindy’ inquired from Opposition Members about how to remove the three month old Virgin Islands Party (VIP) Government from office and whether that was an option on the books. Photo: Facebook
Shocked residents watched on in horror as Rosemary R. Rosan-Jones aka ‘Cindy’ inquired from Opposition Members about how to remove the three month old Virgin Islands Party (VIP) Government from office and whether that was an option on the books. Photo: Facebook
Ms Rosemary R. Rosan-Jones, who also describes herself as a generational Christian also urged Premier Andrew A. Fahie (R1) to stop using God's name in his plans while dividing the country, “I hate, it really irritates me that everything that the Premier wants to push through he calls God’s name.” Photo: VINO/File
Ms Rosemary R. Rosan-Jones, who also describes herself as a generational Christian also urged Premier Andrew A. Fahie (R1) to stop using God's name in his plans while dividing the country, “I hate, it really irritates me that everything that the Premier wants to push through he calls God’s name.” Photo: VINO/File
EAST END/LONG LOOK, Tortola, VI – Hurling expletives in the midst of residents and Opposition Members of the Virgin Islands (VI) House of Assembly (HoA), self-proclaimed generational Christian and Social Commentator, Rosemary R. Rosan-Jones aka ‘Cindy’ said Premier and Minister of Finance, Hon Andrew A. Fahie (R1) is now running a dictatorship akin to the Jim Jones era.

At a Thursday, May 30, 2019, meeting at the East End/Long Look Community Centre ground, the vocal Ms Rosan-Jones, who previously moved a petition calling for the removal of the Amendments to the Immigration and Passport Act 2019 on the Order Paper of Friday May 17, 2019, said the immigration reform issue is not up for discussion and that the people’s voices must be heard.

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“I’m frustrated and if I have to walk inside of the House of Assembly on Monday [July 3, 2019] and shut that s*!t down I’m going to do that!” Rosan-Jones said.

“What we want is not really up for discussion, I’m not sure what is really going on with our honourable Premier… we want this off the table, we’re in a dictatorship like you said, the Premier isn’t listening I think, every voice that matters in numbers has spoken to the Premier,” Rosan-Jones implored in echoing sentiments made by Opposition Leader, Marlon A. Penn (R8). 

According to Rosan-Jones, a number of emails and messages was sent to the Premier regarding the issues, “messages in all forms, I believe in the hundreds now and it just seems like our voices are not being heard which is really sad for me, because we are just two months off from an elections and the Premier who was sitting on the opposition at the time, was very consistent on how dictatorship that the [National Democratic Party] government was.”

Further, the vocal and outspoken resident said that the people hired the government to look after their interest and they must listen to citizens because the voices of the people do matter. 

Jim Jones era

“How do you remove a sitting government, is that even on the books for us?” Rosan-Jones asked to utter shock and dismay of the other sitting residents who watched on in horror following the question posited to the Opposition Members.

In response, Hon Julian Fraser (R3), said the government cannot be removed unless a vote of no confidence is move, which is not possible since the Virgin Islands Party (VIP) administration currently have an eight-member majority in the House.

Rosan-Jones, who also described herself as a generational Christian also urged the premier to stop using God's name in his plans while dividing the country, “I hate, it really irritates me that everything that the Premier wants to push through, he calls God’s name.”

“God doesn’t work like that… we’re in a Jim Jones era and me personally, I am not going to be led to the table of poison.” 

Premier Fahie has repeatedly said one of the main reasons for seeking to address the issue of immigration regularisation is to unite the Virgin Islands to face the challenges that may lie ahead. 

68 Responses to “‘We’re in a Jim Jones era of dictatorship’ - Rosemary R. Rosan-Jones”

  • asking for a friend (01/06/2019, 10:01) Like (86) Dislike (66) Reply

    Who is taking her crazy a$$ seriously? Why she didn’t run next election ? she will see how locals feels about her!!

    • yeah (01/06/2019, 12:11) Like (69) Dislike (25) Reply
      Why she didn’t run next election? WTF...Next election isn’t here yet. Oh, they called Noel Lloyd crazy too. Sometimes you have to be crazy enough to take a stand.
  • BVIslander (01/06/2019, 10:02) Like (87) Dislike (96) Reply
    I agree with Cindy. This Government has gone Rogue. They are not serving the BVI or BVIslanders
    Jumping into decisions that will have far reaching implications, then later holding pretend "listening" sessions.

    Meanwhile BVIslanders remain in the background to shocked and alarmed to take action. Already a minority in their homeland.

    The few that are vocal are bashed and vilified to no end.

    This immigration fast track is NOT what we want. When will our Government hear us.

    • @ BVIslander (01/06/2019, 11:11) Like (109) Dislike (53) Reply
      Cindy on here blogging for herself it not going to fool we

      We the people standing with Fahie all the way
      • BVIslander (01/06/2019, 12:10) Like (58) Dislike (58) Reply
        Dont get it twisted. This is real. We BVIslanders are concerned and we support Cindy's efforts. Why cant you understand that.
      • lettsome (01/06/2019, 13:53) Like (39) Dislike (49) Reply
        Im with you Cindy! Something nèeds to be done.
      • BVI.. (04/06/2019, 10:22) Like (3) Dislike (1) Reply
        Well based on what she said, she can move to Monserrate or Cayman Island...she is very disrespectful and out of place!!! If she was the premier, I wonder what she would do with the issues at hand, ...maybe if she can come up with some solutions to recover the Millions of dollars flying out there from the NDP administration, then she might be able to ask for financial help to clear her many debts instead of here trying to tell the premier how to do his job...
    • Crazy girl (04/06/2019, 12:35) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      You are minority in your homeland by your own design because: (1) your children are Americans - not BVI Islanders; (2) you did not and are not making enough children/or making them fast enough to keep up with the rate the country is developing; and (3) the country has been, and is, experiencing significant growth and development and need to import labor to sustain this growth. Look at where we are now compared to 30-50 years ago.
  • Dictator (01/06/2019, 10:22) Like (49) Dislike (53) Reply
    Andrew Fahie looks like he ain’t no different from the Maduro dictator leader down in Venezuela. Andrew you seem to have other ulterior motives. Tell the people the truth of why after hearing them voice their concerns / views, you refuse to listen to them!

    What is wrong in listening and taking wise advice on overhauling and evaluating critical matters concerning immigration and status? For those who have been here for years and have applied, address these long overdue applications.

  • Hit It (01/06/2019, 10:32) Like (56) Dislike (89) Reply
    Thank you Cindy, you hit it on the head. That is so true, thanks for telling it as it You are so correct. The premier irritates me to the core with "God this, God that"
  • bg (01/06/2019, 10:55) Like (98) Dislike (58) Reply
    Lady, it is about time that you stop the disrespect once and for all. This has gone way too far.
  • 1 bvi (01/06/2019, 11:09) Like (59) Dislike (17) Reply
    Every the mentally unstable has a voice
  • WE The VI (01/06/2019, 11:10) Like (52) Dislike (26) Reply
    She raised some interesting points. Why is this being fast tracked still? The government seems to be pretending to listen. There are concerns about this matter and it needs to be halted until we can map a way forward that addresses them. Andrew Fahie and his Cabinet seems to be on some hidden agenda. WE, the people will not let it go down so easily. This hypocrisy must end, when he was on the Opposition he loved to talk about timing! Well the timing Sir, is off! WE do not want this initiative moved at this time.
    • surprise (01/06/2019, 11:46) Like (63) Dislike (24) Reply
      Her husband is an expat. Wanna bet he is a belonger now.
      • @surprise (01/06/2019, 13:31) Like (43) Dislike (31) Reply
        BVIslanders can marry who ever they want. Yes her husband should be allowed rights here. Why is that even an issue here.

        That does not mean that every Tom Dick and Harriett should be allowed to come in and claim rights as well.

        This is our home. You have yours. Why is there a problem.
        • surprise (01/06/2019, 15:12) Like (38) Dislike (15) Reply
          Because this is what she is against yet acceptable for her husband . So,only people she accepts can claim rights. Yea right!!!! Because my home is where you will find multiple BVI Belongers. I.e. USA,,,we were in NYC our taxi driver was from Tortola. There are many of US expats here who employ locals and have lived here as long as some locals pay taxes NHI you name it. But she does not want us to,have any rights . Give me a break.
          • @ Surprise (01/06/2019, 15:39) Like (28) Dislike (14) Reply
            We are not against people getting status in the BVI. We are against this free for all. Come what may. approach that this being handed out.

            New York can absorb the entire BVI population without ANY impact. This is a small territory. We cannot do the same. We have manage our immigration.

            Nothing wrong with a spouse having status.
            • surprise (01/06/2019, 16:07) Like (46) Dislike (8) Reply
              Those of us that are applying have been here for 20+ yrs. these people are not increasing the population we have been here for years so I don’t understand your issue
              • True (01/06/2019, 16:53) Like (20) Dislike (11) Reply
                the issue is the voting for Public office, the direction of the Country would be dictated by non BVI Islanders who married people from their own country and maybe sent their kids home to be raised who all suddenly become Belongers because their parents have been here for 20 years even though they haven't set foot in the BVI, Now do you see the problem? People who marry BVI Islanders can become Belongers after 5 years of marriage are you telling me that someone who put up with Cindy for 5 years doesn't deserve to be a Belonger!
              • @ Surprise (01/06/2019, 18:19) Like (9) Dislike (5) Reply
                The issue isn't just the increase in population. Its the impact on the resources and the exponential effect of regularizing just one person.
            • ?? (03/06/2019, 09:59) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
              Not a free for all. The expatriates that qualify have lived here all these years. There is also a strict criteria that must be met. You guys behaving like its just granting residency to any and everybody. There are still vetting procedures in place people. Stop acting ignorant
          • Smith (01/06/2019, 20:42) Like (20) Dislike (4) Reply
            ......Because many of you all are too rude and disrespectful...many of Tortolians have traveled to USVI to seek jobs ...and from history ...most were respectful human beings and get along with the locals all come down the place...but still here... ..I wonder why?
      • NezRez (01/06/2019, 15:19) Like (22) Dislike (6) Reply
        Hold on! I am a expat being married to a BVI lander. When we married 46 years ago, BVI was not even on the map and I never even heard of it before. I am here because he wanted to come back home, since we raised all of our children, so I agreed. Spouses have a right to become belongers and I did not come here to use the US dollars because I am from the US and would have stayed there if he wanted to. We were doing quite well there, and I am a belonger here and happy I came. Remember, BVI landers went to other islands to work too and made their families away from here and now have returned. The spouses should be allowed here and become belongers.
      • Husband? (03/06/2019, 11:15) Like (4) Dislike (4) Reply
        Who crazy man marry Cindy? Strupessssss
  • Mental Doseorder (01/06/2019, 11:18) Like (35) Dislike (19) Reply

    Does anyone actually listen to her? Look the opposition follower?? Lol wooiii

    • hello (01/06/2019, 11:36) Like (63) Dislike (69) Reply
      Yes, we are listening to her. You got a problem? Some thought Noel Lloyd was crazy, we see all and what he did for us. Keep speaking Cindy, there are quite a number of us listening.
  • Mia (01/06/2019, 11:29) Like (32) Dislike (41) Reply
    Other than Vincent, the silence of his Ministers is deafening. Sheep being led to the slaughter I reckon. Not one to say ‘Hold It’! Shame on you all for letting the voters down! KYE M Rymer, Natalio Wheatley, and Carvin Malone!! Where are your gonads!!???
  • forward (01/06/2019, 12:01) Like (48) Dislike (13) Reply
    This is much to do about nothing, it’s a good amement and must pass

    Jump high jump low vip and Fahie will be in office for 12 years plus
  • Former NDP BLOGGER (01/06/2019, 12:06) Like (58) Dislike (24) Reply
    A message to Premier and his team, please do not get distracted by the same three persons blogging piss on every site. stand your ground pass the bill

    The voters got you, trust me
    • V. Islander (01/06/2019, 13:53) Like (31) Dislike (13) Reply
      I am a voter! I am a Virgin Islander. I love my homeland and I love people. However, I am not in favour of his actions because the voice of the people should be respected. 'Premier' Fahie does not have the right to impose what he wishes while ignoring the cries of the electorate. Virgin Islanders simply want to ensure that changes that are implemented are being done in our best interest. Premier Fahie, respect the wishes of the people! Humble yourself!
  • Yes (01/06/2019, 12:07) Like (69) Dislike (39) Reply
    Cindy is so militant. I love it. The rest of us coward Virgin Islanders hide behind a computer. She speaks her mind publicly and unapologetically. I have nothing but admiration for doing so. Stand for what you believe in. It’s truly time for us to stop allowing government after government to do what they want without really listening and acting on behalf of the people who elected them. Hate Cindy all you want but she is G.D right.
  • Send help on crazy girl (01/06/2019, 12:09) Like (43) Dislike (21) Reply
    What a fool but Jim comparison, I feel bad for our tourism product
    • ... (01/06/2019, 13:25) Like (40) Dislike (26) Reply
      she should be fired from the TB she is a disgrace to freedom of speech
      • Dictatorship complaints? (02/06/2019, 17:17) Like (0) Dislike (1) Reply
        She work at TB she should be used to dictatorship that’s all that place is so why the complaints ?
  • AJ (01/06/2019, 12:12) Like (46) Dislike (4) Reply
    Sometimes you just have to listen to certain people and just leave them and their motives lead them where ever they needs to be lead
    You never heard these people talk about the tens of millions that was taken from tax payers and squandered you never heard them talk when the NDP ran on price control and abandoned it once they won you never heard their voices when the then NDP ran on building the senior citizens home that was started in spooners and was abandoned when the then minister of health came out and said that it was not a priority your never heard their voices and I don’t know if you know about Jim Jones to be using that term but you should first look into the party that you did drink the punch from the NDP and examine the ingredients that it was made from and see all the greed , devisiveness , lawless behavior and the disrespect to ones in leadership that you are now displaying and ask your self the question,it was ok the way the people of this country was being taking advantage of now that help is in motion it is now called dictator ship one day you will have to answer to someone.
  • lol (01/06/2019, 12:23) Like (89) Dislike (38) Reply
    This woman is sickening and overbearing. Just look at her Facebook page. If anyone disagrees with her she is just plain out rude to them. No wonder she couldn’t launch a political party. There are ways of protesting and gets us not it.
  • Liat 521 (01/06/2019, 13:26) Like (38) Dislike (25) Reply
    she seems to be one who cannot get over the VIP victory. LIVE with it Cindy your defunct party cannot lead a rat to cheese
  • school children (01/06/2019, 13:47) Like (72) Dislike (18) Reply
    She needs to lean to dress like a professional
  • expats (01/06/2019, 14:02) Like (11) Dislike (11) Reply
    Unable to take a stand in your own country, doesnt qualify you to stand in ours!
  • Jiminy Cricket (01/06/2019, 14:14) Like (78) Dislike (12) Reply
    My dear, if my memory serves me right I think you are little too young to know about Jim Jones; not saying the tragedy isn’t documented but this goes too show that comprehensive level is a bit sub par. Which country did Jim Jones rule for him to be a dictator?Jim Jones was a cult leader , not a dictator. Get your facts straight before spreading ‘fake news’.
  • RAJ (01/06/2019, 14:20) Like (49) Dislike (7) Reply
    What on Earth is a "Generational Christian"? Is this a recent one started by Cindy?
  • National enquirer (01/06/2019, 14:30) Like (5) Dislike (5) Reply
    dear Cindy/ how we become members of Reform Action Alliance?
    • @ national enquirer (01/06/2019, 15:29) Like (33) Dislike (8) Reply

      ha ha poor girl Cindy blog all day and think we are fooled. Not even a dead dog will follow her crazy ra$$

  • The Reaper (01/06/2019, 14:55) Like (3) Dislike (2) Reply
    Am from Here. Bvi Representation
  • Psychotic (01/06/2019, 15:31) Like (31) Dislike (5) Reply
    What a miserable life to live everyday. You want people listen gurl respect yourself. Who want live in Cindy little world?????
    • fun afternoon out (01/06/2019, 16:30) Like (16) Dislike (4) Reply
  • HeHe (01/06/2019, 16:22) Like (30) Dislike (7) Reply
    Cindy father is from Guadalupe. She is not indigenous either . That is what she should have said before making her JinmJones speech
  • slice bread (01/06/2019, 16:41) Like (14) Dislike (8) Reply
    when I had enough of New Jersey after 25 years I came back home to my BVI. If you find that things are not going in your favor while in the BVI simply go back to your home. Immigration is now a global issue big America have began to implement new immigration laws such as the upcoming Mexico-Wall.
  • facts (01/06/2019, 18:34) Like (13) Dislike (11) Reply
    Hon Fahie and the VIP are on the right track no turning back
  • Watching closely (01/06/2019, 20:05) Like (12) Dislike (2) Reply
    Jim Jones is her uncle LOL!
  • Well (01/06/2019, 21:07) Like (9) Dislike (2) Reply
    This is why I don't speak at these public meetings. They take what you say and make you look bad when you are only trying to share your view on a particular topic.
  • Noteworthy (01/06/2019, 23:38) Like (14) Dislike (0) Reply
    “Rosan-Jones, who also described herself as a generational Christian also urged the premier to stop using God's name in his plans while dividing the country, “I hate, it really irritates me that everything that the Premier wants to push through, he calls God’s name”

    At the same time Rosan should look at her own appalling behaviour rather than chastise another about God.

    “A Generational Christian, is one who’s Christian identity is taken from their parents or family. That person may or not be a church attender. For example:

    The religion of their parents is adopted. Unless a child has a personal experience with Jesus Christ, they will just continue in the traditions of the family.”

    That does not mean that person is saved or has a relationship with God.

  • Charley Rose (02/06/2019, 06:30) Like (8) Dislike (1) Reply
    This a very hot topic for debate however, before we proceed we must take a look at the B.V.I. history. This country did not make a sudden jump to this point. Many , many years ago in the dark days, many persons from the B.V.I. travelled all over the world to earn a livelihood and they were accommodated by other countries. They worked and send their monies home to build houses for their families. Some stayed and are still living overseas. Some countries where Virgin Islanders went include Aruba, Dominica Republic, St. Kitts, Antigua, Guyana, Barbados and of course the U.S.A.

    Thank God for Mr. Rockefeller an American (foreigner) who came to the territory and invested his money to start the development of the tourism product at Little Dix Bay Hotel on Virgin Gorda. This resulted in the importation of skilled workers to develop the tourism industry. Some men married to local women and started families. Some died and others returned to their countries. Then came the Financial Services (foreign companies). These foreign companies contributed immensely to the growth of the economy.

    As development increased, the need arose for more professionals. Professionals, such as teachers, nurses and even policemen. Thus we are at tis point where many persons have worked and decided to make the territory their home. Some have purchased lands under the No-Be longer Land Holding Licence. The immigrant population increased and we have a problem to deal with.

    I do appreciate the Hon. Premier bold initiatives to regularise the problem. When one thinks of Mr. Rockefeller who built Little Dix Bay Hotel in his dyeing bed was given the status of Be longer, it leaves one to wonder if there is where the people would like him to take the country in these modern days. The foreigners have used their skills and toiled and built the territory. After the passage of 2017 Hurricane, the territory imported many skilled persons to rebuild the territory. As a Christian community we should show more love and appreciation for our guest workers. We must learn to co-exist with each other and make them feel a sense of be-longing to the territory.

    • @Charlie Rose (02/06/2019, 10:26) Like (14) Dislike (2) Reply
      BVIslands went abroad to make a better life for themselves.

      You will never find instances of them maliciously putting down their host countries or the people they met there.

      You will never find instances of them claiming rights just because of their presence in those countries.

      They got an opportunity and showed appreciation. Many of them returned home. Or their children did. This is their heritage and that will always be the case.

      Rockefeller NEVER asked or a applied for belongership. He loved this place and invested in it. Belongership was awarded to him by the Government in appreciation of his contribution to this territory.

      Get Your story straight please.

      Living here for any length of time DOES NOT entitle anyone to status. Immigrants are welcomed to come in and better their circumstances but that does not give them rights to make claims for more.

      This is our home. They have theirs. What is the problem?

  • east man (02/06/2019, 08:30) Like (3) Dislike (1) Reply
    Them Rosa people loco she needs to go pay attention to her husband
  • WhatDoWeWant (02/06/2019, 08:58) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
    I am a proud BVIslander and I worry about how my fellow countrymen and women don’t seem to be concerned with freedom. Everyone seem to want to make everyone else act like them. As if there is only one way to be and anything else is straying from the script. You must go to church. You must be in a show-off good-deeds group like Rotary, Lions or Freemasons. You must have these friends to be a ‘real’ Bvislander, a good portion of them needs to be 6th gen BVI or you a Johnny-come-lately, etc. So my people want to create a kind of Taliban or ISIS where the only people accepted in the BVI are people who think and act a certain way. It’s like no one wants to create a society where people are free to express themselves and live as they wish within the law. We want to create a society that endlessly repeats a pretend version of the way it was, over and over, to give us a sense of control and to feed our nostalgia because it makes us feel secure in a global world. A global world that, in every other way we are very happy to embrace - global finance, global travel, global media, global consumer goods and a million other global impacts on our culture - and yet we want to become gatekeepers, deciding who is ‘good’, who is ‘contributing to our community’ etc. It’s all a nonsense. Cherry picking dislikes in others to make ourselves feel we still have some power in a world that long ago overwhelmed us. “We don’t do this in the BVI” oh yes? Well we don’t drive car, use cell phone, watch US TV, buy the latest electronic gadgets, etc. Except that they came along and we embraced them without concern that we are “losing our way of life”. What is the answer? Kindness, fairness. Tolerance. Case by case examination of people applying and making judgement on fair criteria that are NOT based on if those people are like us and some nostalgic old-time world that might only exist in our imaginations. We need more confidence to say we are going forward and want to grow as a people - not this idea that our future has to repeat some fantasy past.
  • IStillWantToKnow (02/06/2019, 10:32) Like (15) Dislike (1) Reply
    Who the hell cares if it is fast or slow???????? It is the same process and these are the same people who would apply regardless....…. Ya'll REALLY need to let this matter rest and find something much more pressing to rally behind. How about we put this BIG energy behind how we are going to diversify our economy; how we are going to save the ecosystems; how we can encourage BVIslanders to come back and stay in their home country; how we can improve literacy; how we can empower our young persons to seek out education and enterprise versus sex and unlawful gains. Like y'all for real with this???? COME ONNNNN!!!!!! This is like a person carrying the baggage from an old relationship into the new one. Y'all are displacing fear and distrust that was brought over from the outgoing administration. There is NOTHING threatening about allowing persons who qualify for a right to be granted it. FAST or SLOW! GIVE IT UP CINDY. GO sit down somewhere!
  • I’m over it (02/06/2019, 11:23) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
    When it’s all said and done regardless of how many people apply, the government ultimately will decide who qualifies or doesn’t. Just because 400 apply who knows how many will meet the standards they have set . I agree with someone above why doesn’t she put her energy into putting roofs back on, old people home so many more worthy causes then trying to prevent those of us who have lived here 20+ years supporting the BVI, from having a say in our lives.
  • My Take (02/06/2019, 12:07) Like (4) Dislike (2) Reply
    I trust Hon Fahie with this issue, just happy ndp is history
  • legal team (02/06/2019, 12:16) Like (11) Dislike (1) Reply
    I waited long enough to read what the many bloggers have said..
    I will not even make further comments to support some what the views of the bloggers are..
    Cyndi is in her own world. I am disappointed that so many people made so many long-comments in blogs.
    Comparing a 3-months-0ld Government with JIM JONES? Absolute nonsense!
  • Well Well (02/06/2019, 12:20) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
    Well hey, look on the bright side, at least she’s not wearing a tourist board branded outfit...
  • fish (02/06/2019, 12:46) Like (6) Dislike (2) Reply
    As long as Cindy continues her rant no one will take her seriously

    She has no solutions just hate and talk
  • Hmm (03/06/2019, 11:17) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Cindy Yapping like all her people from here..Cindy go wuk up in a dark corner ya hear!
  • OZYMANDIAS (04/06/2019, 11:04) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    I don't care bout last name or who you marry. I KNOW BAT CHIT CRAZY AND NOSE CANDY ABUSERS WHEN I SEE ONE.

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