Saturday, October 22, 2011

The Seychelles Column - By Christopher Gill

SEYCHELLES FOR ARABS


Sheikh Khalifa - New ruler of Seychelles?


Bougla Pe Dir Sesel Pou Arab

While the election commission was grappling with the reality of the Constitution of Seychelles being abrogated and the imminent death of the Third Republic under PL, State House announced late last week that Abu Dhabi government officials were in Seychelles to present us a master plan for the smallest capital in the world, the capital of Seychellois national pride, dignity, identity…..Victoria.


The Delegation Was Bigger Than a Football Team 

Minister Morgan and Mr Falah Mohamed with guests in a souvenir photograph at yesterday’s signing ceremony

The delegation James Michel received on our behalf was bigger than a football team. It included the Abu Dhabi Director General of Planning Authority and a plethora of underlings. 

Mr Falah Mohamed during his meeting with President Michel
Khalifa's puppet

It was an amazing display of the Michel’s friends coming to his aid, as he has forsaken our own people  into contributing in a valuable manner, on the development of Victoria.

Messrs Morgan and Falah Mohamed exchange documents after signing the agreement
Minister Morgan signing documents with Abu Dhabi representative

Expo 2020?

The Seychelles 2020 Expo logo
What ever happened to the Sr. 22 Million Expo 2020? Was not that the expo of all expos that showed the new developments for the city of Victoria? I visited the International Conference Center where the expo was hosted a couple of months ago. All the makkets and props were stuffed in a corner collecting dust. Sr. 20 Million in expenses and now it all collects dust. No follow up. Just a fancy show, parade everyone in, lights, action, put on a show, then puff, shut it down, collect the money, run like hell! And don't forget Danny Faure just went to the Assembly to ask for some Sr. 2 plus million rupees to pay for the Expo electricity bill. Talk about taking the Seychellois people for fools!

Michel & Faure hard at work spending tax-papers money.

What About Qualified Seychellois Doing The Master Plan?

Why has James Michel not had qualified Seychellois contribute to a master plan and do it? That may sound like a hair brained idea to Mr. Michel, but it sounds like a reasonable and highly plausible idea to many Seychellois. We are not all meant to carry guns and shoot at our fellow brothers and sisters.

Michel - If Seychellois are not good at Planning, how about an Arab President as well?

Some of us, can actually develop a master plan. Some could probably do it better then Abu Dhabi. One question though, I must ask Mr. Michel, what makes Abu Dhabi people qualified to do this job and Seychellois, not? You know, I use to write papers for these chaps in university. I am a Seychellois. Surely, we have capable Seychelles who can do this job? Lablache? Payet? Didon? Ernesta? Houreau? Chaka? Dogley? Malvina? St. Ange? Pool? Banane? Michel? Herminie? Decomarmond? Prea? Pragassen? Chung- tave? Dhanjee? Mancienne? Bibi? Even some Savy have brains. The list goes on and on. You get my point Mr. Michel?

Seychelles For Sale To Arabs

I have been receiving reports that numerous properties are up for grabs by Abu Dhabi in the coming weeks. This includes ex-Beachcomber Resort Praslin location which was stolen from the Masons, as well as St. Anne Resort as we must not forget that Francis Savy received the island for one rupee, courtesy of Stepdad Albert Rene and one Joel Morgan then Minister responsible. Raffles Praslin is also up for grabs. The Victoria Waterfront property which was highly marketed at the 2020 Expo and which had been promised to the likes of the Seychelles Yacht Club and Marine Charter for further development is now earmarked for Arab investors.  Properties all over South Mahe, even the defunct Emirates Cap Ternay Project is soon to find new Arab owners.  The list is daunting. What exactly is going through James Michel mind to sell interests in Seychelles to basically one family and country? Is he of sound mind?

Beautiful Cap Ternay - soon to be in Arab hands

Desperate Men Take Desperate Measures

Mr. Michel recently took over the Tourism portfolio. But he has not done much with it and we have not seen him do much with it except to increase State House' travel budget at the expense of taxpapers money. It is depressing to say the least. If anything, he has helped to destroy Tourism since he took over. It has been in my opinion, a little like the boy taking a toy and smashing it into a wall because he did not know how to wind it up. To make Tourism work, all players need to be engaged in a real way, and the playing field must not be said to be level, but it must actually be so. 

Our most important Ministry needs a leader with vision, not a President who thinks he knows it all. Why does he not simply hand over the tourism portfolio over to Alain St. Ange who is doing all the work anyway? Surely St. Ange cannot do any worse than Michel. 

Alain St. Ange - the defacto Tourism Minister

More Desperate Moves

Surprisingly, many people do not know that Mr. Michel has taken over the portfolio for Planning, Lands and Land Use and Habitat. It is here where, we must be afraid, be very afraid, because Mr. Michel will sell anything he can likely, under his “Sesel Pou ARAB”- policy! 

But Michel's know-it-all and Arab-loving policies will surely backfire one day in the future as the Seychellois people have been watching the Arab Spring with great passion and are simply tired of being lied and manipulated.  The death of Gadhafi on Thursday is a grim reminder of what happens to despotic and corrupt leaders who believe a country, its people and its resources belong to them. 

    

Just remember the trick statement he made when he took office: “Judge me by my actions” and then he said: “I am President of all Seychellois”.

I guess a lot of passports will be sold in UAE over the coming months.

People of Seychelles, those in SPPF PL, do something about your leader before it is too late!

Seselwa Unite!

Sesel Pou Seselwa!

May God Bless All Freedom Loving Seychellois!

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Anonymous said...

Who gave and what right consitutional right has Pp to just give a foreign country the right to make a master plan for us?
Has Pp getit yet,stop selling our patrimony?Does Michel want to see us on the strrets like In Lybia to get the message?We must stop Pp and those Arabs dospots from raping our soveriegnty,and redicule our people?Seychellois do not have anything in common with Arabs.
Time to topple Pp by massive streets protests and if protest is not enough than he deservse the same faith as Gadahfi.

Time for a peoples' Revolution.

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

Michel is taking the people for fools and in his little half-brain , he thinks that-as long as Seychellois just complain but do not react they can continue the selling out.It is time to take the bull by its horn,let stop PP right now.
Seychellois are not only losing their country but their dignity thanks to the bandits regime that claims to represent us.Pp stooges are feeling small when they conpire to sell the people's patrimony in a hand-basket for the crumbs Pp throws them.Their biggest accomplishment besides the wealth they amassed through corruption and cronysm is feeling important parading with the butcher.The time has come for the stooges to come forward to confess and abandone Michel before they fill jail ot become fugitives.

The only thing that can stop the butcher and his ilks is people mass portests,we cannot wait until the next election to act by then we will be completely turned in to salvery of Arabs despots.

let us get ready for massive protests now,Enough is 3enough time for actions.

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

Where did you get this doggy style photo of James and Danny ? It is X-rated and this is a family blog.

Anonymous said...

Weekly also mentioned the sale of our land to Arabs, as well as the illegal sale of Maison Du Peuple to Danny Faure and Parti Lepep, when this was a gift of the Algerian Government to the people of Seychelles. I guess Danny and James think Seychelles and its people belong to them, so they can buy and sell us whenever they feel like it.

I just hope the people wake up from their deep anger one day and put a couple of bullets through their skulls just like the Libyan rebels did to brother Gadafi. Now that would be joy for celebration and I wonder how Onezine and SBC would cover that story.

Anonymous said...

It is time for a Seychelles revolution just like Arab spring.

Anonymous said...

I've said it before and I'll say it again: As long as we allow James Michel and his gang of thieves to take us for monkeys,they will continue to take us as monkeys. Where in the world are people given shit water to drink and the same people then turn around and say thank you and vote for the same government?
Seselwa inn fini ganny beze. Unless we wake up, James Michel will continue to screw us back and front and he'll soon get his arab friends to join in the orgy.

Anonymous said...

With our little town, the size of a village in any european country, James Michel has found nobody else that could plan it but his arab friends. Everything now has to come from our mainland UAE.
Seychellois wake up ans smell the coffee before it's too late.

Anonymous said...

Seselwa reveye pour nou pei!!!!

Anonymous said...

Who gives a baboon's ass about James Michel's so-called book?
How does this change our life here?
Whose idea was it to have this circus? I'm told it's the frenchman Legal that James Michel appointed as seychelles ambassador in China.
Esparon better start working on having an arabic translation and Morel a french one. Then we'll move to Nourice in South Africa and Adrienne in India.Soon our president will be known all over the globe. Quite a feat as not even Albert Rene wrote a book.

Anonymous said...

The moral decadence prevalent in this autocratic regime and its stooges cannot be measure by conventional methods.One can even call it a one-aprty state but rather a one-man-absolute-dictatorship becuase under Butcher Pp is non-existence Michel is one and all just aas Pp is both the party and the state.

We probably must do like many other countires e.g Indonisia wher lands aquisition is forbbiden by law and of course all those illegal deals the Butcher has unillaterally and illegally gifted to Khalifa and clans and other foreigners to the likes of Sulivan,Siva and so on must be revoked.
Our soveiregnty is in jeopardy,as well as the dignity of our people.
It seems to me there is only one way to stop Pp folies that is mass protests from University students,unemployed which is a results of Michel politics of neo-colonization,teachers,bus drivers,famers,drug addcits also victims of PP folies,schools childrens ,everybody must get to gether to say enough is enough and together we will dethroned this monkey and his clans once and for all.
Time for a revolution.

Sesel Pou Seselwa!
Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

ZOT KI ARRIVE AVEC TON GEORGE LABA LONDON? MON TANDER KI BOUGUE LA E ANVIE RETOURN SESEL . E DIR KI E FATIGUE DAN LAFRASER.ZOT INN EXILE LI COMMEN UN PINITION.

Anonymous said...

Gilliar,

You are not only disgusting. You are so pathetic it is beyond a joke.

What I find disturbing is the fact that we do not have the faintest of clue as to how many Seychellois Voters you represent, and yet the Electoral Commission has got you involved to sit on the round Table.

President Michel is feeling so bloody sorry for these so called Leaders that he is bending backwards to accomodate you bunch of Losers where mediocrity is the norm and EXCELLENCE the EXCEPTION.

You all deserve a good kick on the back side. Arrrhhhh wee Signeur.

Anonymous said...

I eprsonally have a clue.It is more than three hundreds heads who attended RAM comic show in Sulivan's garden,it is more than the 17.000 who spoiled their ballots after SFP asked them to do so.
Sitting with Gappy to hear his propsal does not mean accepting what he propose,it rather give oppostion leaders an opportunity to hear what Gappy has on offer.If he tries to fake he will be exposed as always unstil pressure break him down like it is breaking PP.The Opposition has supporters,Gappy does not if he Fake he will feel the heat in his ass to.

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

Back to James Michel's "book".I hope that the chinese version explains what his english ersion did not: example, how could he be sleeping around with a girl half his age whilst he was still married to Ninette, how his son Jude was shot dead,what role he played in the disappearances and other murders that have happened during the past 40 years since he "liberated" us in 1977.The truth must be told.

Anonymous said...

The truth about Michel's son's death will be told in the zulu version of the book and his sleeping around in the urdu version. He plans to tell us about the other murders and disappearances in a special publication in tagalog. So keep watching this space.

Anonymous said...

But seriously, people. Do you think that there are people out there who wants to read about the "struggle" of a half illiterate buffoon who now wants to pull all the cover over to him and give the impression that he's been leading the "struggle" against "colonialists" all along? I suppose that albert Rene was only his disciple in all this? Please shoot me and make it fast!

Anonymous said...

Really to say no,not even his ilks have bought any copy.But you know Michel holds hundred of titles he probably looking forward to be the most prominent Seychellois author in our history.Guy lione was the last known Seychellois author Michel wants this title.He should name his next book -a criminal mind,or the A,B,C of a criminal,or the state fo mind of a killer.

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

Baboons have more brains than James Michel. The man is the biggest idiot in the Indian Ocean. Who cares about his book in English, Chinese or Creole? He thinks the Seychellois people gives a damn about him and that he lords over all of us in his fiefdom. Someone should put an end to his miserable life just like the rebels just did to Gaddafi.

Anonymous said...

Misel liki ou manman don nou en lape ek ou liv couyon en sinwan. Oli ou fizi en lor parey kadafi ki oun touy ou piti avec? Oli ou fizi AK47 ki ou ti touy dimoun avek le cinq zen 1977? Pa dan ou liv sa liki ou manman. Oli larzan kin oun vole ensem ek Rene,Moukes, Savy, Changleng ek tou ou ban dalon? Oli lekor Hasan Ali akoz ou kon bien kot ou ti enter li? Lekel ki ti touy Gerard Hoareua avek Simon Denousse langet ou manman? Ou en murderer ek en crapil e demon pe esper ou lapo ou manman.Wa kriye parey kadafi ti plenyen e ou pou gany beze biento. Dormi lizye ouver ek ou dis bodygard liki ou manman akoz kosmar dimoun mor pou don ou gros sac enba ou lizye. Len mor pe vin rod ou ek Albert biento. Wa gete koto zot pou taye.

Anonymous said...

It is Festival Kreol week but Michel's book is in Chinese. When are we going to get the Kreol version ? Does he not want Parti Lepep supporters to read what has been written in this book, rather than just look at the photos as we saw Michel's mother do when the book was launched at State House ?

Anonymous said...

Kreol version won't be for soon,the next translation will be in Pastuns for the Talibans ,the latter want to Know if the butcher is better than Osama Ben Laden.Why did this crook hang a rope around his neck?

JeanneD`Arc

Anonymous said...

All this is a joke, isn't it? How did we get to this level of mediocrity? Albert Rene can be accused of eveything but at least the guy had class ....AND PRINCIPLE.

Anonymous said...

And how can SBC put this on as the headlines and take so much pleasure in running through all the bullshit. All this for a so-called "book" written by Gilbert Pool who was sunsequently rewarded with his circus of "Expo 2020" on which he made millions. All this is proof that stroking the backs of buffoons has its rewards. Unfortunately, we end up paying for this folly.

Anonymous said...

What is happening in Seychelles is a clear strategy of James Michel in the parliamentary election? With a one party assembly his folly of Selling Seychelles to Arabs can go on with impunity because there will not be any opposition members in the assembly to speak out. So with his stooge undemocractic parliament he can do as he pleases. Remember once upon a time Gaddaffi was treating his people in the same way. I hope James Michel was watching CCTV in china to see how his friend who showed no mercy of his people was begging for mercy and pleaded for his human rights to be respected. What happened his plead fell on deaf ears? This is what is called the law of Karma. You reap what you sow. This terrible tragedy should be a lesson for all these arrogant leaders of the world that steal election to abuse their illegitimate power than they had acquired through fraud and corruption and intimidation of their people. Not long ago Gaddafi said to the world that My people love me all. Look at what happened to someone who claimed to be loved by all his people. Remember that James Michel is the self proclaimed the man of the people. Yet he his serving all the most beautiful places to his Arab friend of Abu dabi. What happened in Libya could happened any where in the world no manner the size of the country? When the people frustrations build up to a level of deep anger no army would be able to stand in their way. Gaddafi had an opportunity to die in dignity but his pride and arrogance got the better of him. James Michel also can have a peaceful transition if he decides to listen to the Seychelloise people who in their great majority despise him because the majority of the people would never elect him as a leader in a free and fair election.

Anonymous said...

Up to when are going to sit and take all this shit?
Why are we not near the clock tower??????

Anonymous said...

Or at Khalia's palace in La Misere?????

Anonymous said...

Or otside the joke of the aseembly lo konblaz?
Have we all given up hope to live and couldn't care less about what happens?
Are we that scared?

Anonymous said...

Poor miserable Brother Guide!
Who will Jean Paul Adam toast to next time?
Dictators are a fast disappearing breed aren't they?????

Anonymous said...

What's cooking, Jean Paul Isaac ? Not sharing with us today ? Whatever it is, I am sure it is top-notch cuisine. PL pays well. That's Parti Laliberte, to clarify.

Anonymous said...

God, I just watched Danny Faure at Anse Royale and he sounds like a dictator already. Are we really ready for Faure as our President? Surely we can do better than this Cuban trained communist with his demeaning and condescending voice.

Anonymous said...

He is a Cuban trained Ugandan. He is not an ingenious Seychelloise. He is good in using intimidation to scare people. Seychelloise should say enough to these dictator who thinks that being a leader you have to trick your way to power. They will all end up like their brother who died in a hole and begging for clemency when dead stared at him straight in the face. These all the false gods.

Anonymous said...

We do not have a good opposition party,we have to be very careful with the protest idea.Opposition in Seychelles are very divided and cannot be trusted see all the mess we are in.Removing a dictator or whatever will not solve the problem urgently,many life are at risk and it cost life we have to be very careful,all these countries that had have these protest many people had lost their life and their problem are still a long way to solve,because there are many things that come with change.In my opinion Seychelles are not ready for any protest,we might have change for the better or for the worst.Let us who beleive in GOD pray and GOD will bring the perfect justice.Our country are very,very weak where calamity,protest,disaster occur we must be very wise.What are happening in these big country does not mean that we should follow.We have now lots of unsolve problem,even for our own security,it's a fact.No one know what a protest might bring peaceful whatever it's very hard to underestimate the effect that it might cause.People are very dangerous now adays.Let us be wise.

Anonymous said...

Did you say pray? I suppose that you're somebody who reads the bible as well. You would not have failed to read in there:AIDE-TOI ET LE CIEL T'AIDERA. In short, it means that you cannot sit and wait for miracles.If we want our country to change for the better, we have to initiate the change. As simple as that.With or without opposition.

Anonymous said...

I do not have anything against praying, but let's get real. If you're dying and you just lock yourself in your house, refuse all medication,and just pray. Do you seriously think that you're suddenly going to be healed? We all stopped believing in fairy tales a long long time ago. Wake up Seselwa. We do not need any opposition to fight for us. If anything, it's time that we fought our own battles.Politicians are all looking after their own interests.Those who are in power are trying their best to stay there and those who are not want to get there, by hook or by crook.

Anonymous said...

Danny our Danny.....
He's already taken over the mantle of president hasn't he?
For starters he's a much better orator than his boss. Cut back on the arrogance and he would be alright....I think.....

Anonymous said...

But he won't have my vote though.
Looking at him I see Albert Rene all over again. Scary.

Anonymous said...

Danny president of this country?
Is this a joke?
Haven't we had enough wankers over the last 40 years? Isn't it time to move on?

Anonymous said...

Mr St. Ange was accompanied by Jean-Luc Lai-Lam and Mr. Lee, marketing executives from the Seychelles Tourism Office in China; Derek Savy from Elite Club Seychelles; Vania Robert from 7 Degrees South Seychelles; Andrea Ma from Mason’s Travel China Office and Philippe Yee-Chong-Tchi-Kan, a tourism professional from La Reunion who accompanied the Seychelles delegation to China.

Anonymous said...

When we will camp around the clock tower in the middel of Victoria to make our vioce heard,to tell Michel stop selling us with arabs.I'am waiting for the green light opposition leaders,its better to died for freedom than leave under islamic rule and my daugther becoming a women in black.

Faure President no way!Then more Seselwa be prepare to start picking up food in the bin and start to think who they will be safe in their houses with crimes breaking the record for a population around 85,000 and this PP can not handel.Michel you are fucking sociopath.Do you still have made cow diseases Michel,it seem you dont want to hear us SESELWA you continue to do things your way with out Seselwa say yes to it,Michel donkey who has the power?you think you have the power over seselwa peoples,no peoples have the Power may be you have to see it and to beleave it.

Anonymous said...

I would like Gill and other opposition leader to start sending flyers by post for a strike let put preasure on oppresor in another way.

Pissedoff said...

"What's cooking, Jean Paul Isaac ? Not sharing with us today ? Whatever it is, I am sure it is top-notch cuisine. PL pays well. That's Parti Laliberte, to clarify."

Rosbif was done early - Jean Paul was just busy trying to locate his "univercity" and "colledge" diplomas to show on the bloggs for us to see! I was also hoping that he's paste a photo of his graduation...I'm sure he looks really young and smart in his graduation photograph!

Anonymous said...

Its better to died for freedom and democracy like Lybians peoples than to continue living under communist for the rest of our life.If no one fight for freedom and Democracy who will fight for us,we seselwa we have to fight our out of this fucking mess.

PISSEDOFF said...

JEAN PAUL ISAAC; ARE WE GOING TO GET AN EXPLAINATION FROM YOU REGARDING YOUR CHINESE DIPLOMA?

DON'T SHY AWAY!

A PRESS RELEASE IN CHINESE AT LEAST!

WE WANT TO SEE GILL'S AS WELL...O.K?

Anonymous said...

Most of us Seychellois like to talk big but our action are very,very weak.A single heavy rain we cannot handle now our rainy season havn't even start.With three fiebrigade,etc...Now we want protest to die for freedom,think well and I will add if it is GOD'S WILL to let this happen because sometime in desparation we might bring more chaos and calamity which we might regret.Our country are not prepare for such things.GOD KNOWS BETTER THAN US, WHAT WE CAN HANDLE AND DON'T ASK FOR THINGS THAT WE CANNOT HANDLE.wE ARE LIVING IN 2011 NOT 1977.People behave strangly nowadays never underestimate,let us be wise for our own COUNTRY,CHILD,ETC...BE VERY WISE,JUST FOOD FOR THOUGHT.No one will come to our rescue and everyone will have to fight for HIS/HER own life.

Pissedoff said...

Words of wisdom indeed. Well spoken.
Because when all this will be happening Giil, Isaac and their gang of phoneys will be nowhere in sight but hiding under the very rocks they crawled out!

Seychellois; Gill and Isaac has their own agenda and they are using you all to achieve it - don't let those two charlatans use you!

Anonymous said...

Die today die tommorrow we all will one day you know life is short that why i want to see freedom before i die because seen i'am born i had never seen freedom.Hey you talking about God its better to die and go in heaven to see god than to see those oppresor like Michel and suffer under communist,dictator and murders,no jsutice.
Then i know god will well come me for a good cause,die for freedom for my peoples.

Anonymous said...

I will give all my support to Gill and Issac and SFP for freedom.
You just fucking shut up Pissoff befor i piss in your mounth Rene and Michel have been using us for almost 35 years and if Gill and Isacc have agenda ist a agenda to get reed of communist and bring freedom,democracy and justice that we can put those murder who kill my brother and still our lands and money behind BAR.

Johnny

Anonymous said...

Pissoff i will be one of the first to be seen that why until now i have not inveil my ID.Freedom fight never inveil his identity.

Pissedoff said...

Johnny; you ARE Isaac!
When you come to piss in my mouth make sure to bring that Dalian "univercity" diploma with you! LOL!

Anonymous said...

Isaac i has no brother kill by this regime me yes and i will bring with me a spade for you and your crooks to ding out the rest of the body of my brother.

Johnny

Pissedoff said...

Bring the spade and you can even bring mari ou manman to dig but you MUST bring that Dalian "univercity" diploma with you cos' I need to see it!

Anonymous said...

I will bring mari mon manman to fuck ou manman liki ou mamman Pissoff.i told you i am not Isacc you dont hear liki.

Johnny

Anonymous said...

E ou la Jonny,

Bez fer nou en faveur bougla.....bez al zet ou lekor dan kannal o por sil voo ple.

Pissedoff said...

Johnny Isaac...
am I pissing you off bougla or is that lanmas lapel too heavy for you?

Où est votre diplome d'"univercite" mon jeune viellard?
:-))
(We need smiley faces on here - do somesink about it o.k.?)

Pissedoff said...

By the way Johnny Isaac; your pappy cannot screw bougla inn tro bez lapire.
You were conceived through artificial insemination by lapire contaminated sperm bez ou manman sanmem ou koumsa...

(Get those smiley faces o.k.)

:-))

Anonymous said...

Pissoff na pas nou,there is only pissoff,you have a good reason to call your self pissoff.Because you are real piss in a toilet for Seselwa peoples.

Anonymous said...

Pissedoff you have nothing of substance to debate here. While I see your point with the lack of spelling abilities from our so-called future leader. You have to realise they are the result of the your govt. education system that you find so perfect. When you cannot bring anything of substance to debate just keep counting how your days of freedom is slowly coming to an end. Montagne Posee awaits you dear.
As for you Jean-Paul Isaac if you want to be a leader I suggest you take an advanced course in english language. We do not want to have anymore a leader who cannot read or write properly.

Anonymous said...

Ton lousteau says government will be opening three new embassies.
Really? Discounting the embassies in UAE and China which are fully funded by Khalifa and the chinese, we must have struck oil!
We are under an IMF program but we keep openning embassies.Ale Jj! Let them all start working on the translation of James Michel's book.

Anonymous said...

James Michel is a very sad man this morning. He won't be getting his preferred Leader of Opposition afterall. As he's now busy finding a job for all his former goons in the national Assembly, and he has already found posh government jobs for Theresine and Joseph, he may appoint Pierre as ambassador in one of the embassies which Lousteau says they are opening. In Timbuktu maybe???

Anonymous said...

Better still,Pierre could be posted in Libya. The new leaders have declared that polygamy is legal. What joy! He would be in his element there. In fact there are many of our own "leaders" who would be in their element there.

Anonymous said...

There is still hope in our little emirate afterall.And there is still a god.
Pierre can now put his cap and sunglasses back on and go and suck his thumb.

Pissedoff said...

Reply to post of 24 October 2011 at 9:48 PM

“First and foremost Jean Paul Isaac and Gill are not leadership material so before we go any further please stop with this “future leader” crap! That’s like the pre 1977 years of James Mancham and David Joubert all over again!
We can send him to be in charge of the rats at l’il Ses if he’ll accept the job!
This man and his leader have been fooling you all on here with their fake profiles – a phrase that they actually invented on their blog accusing everyone else of it! You of course will take in any shit that comes out of their mouths because you are anti-Pp!
Jean Paul Isaac has never seen the entrance of a college or university let alone know how to spell them!
His arrogance has got way over his head that he thinks he is the most educated man in Seychelles and that he can put any other politician down – what a little prick!
And how about Gill? Has anyone every asked the question?
He attended university in California and also studied in England then for someone who is so anti communist and Chinese, he went across the world to study in China! What happened couldn’t he do that course in England or USA where he previously studied?

All I’m asking is for “our so-called future leaders” to give more details about their qualifications – the fact that they base so much emphasis on politician’s education or lack of it!
Remember; SFP strives for transparency so let’s start from the top – LEAD BY EXAMPLE!
Remember also: Jeanne d’Arc, Gill and Jean Paul a.k.a. Johnny are forever denigrating our president’s level of education so this is their opportunity to show us theirs!
Remember too; SFP is always denigrating our ministers’ Cuban and communist education yet both SFP leaders are claiming to have studied in CHINA – Now they have even made a u-turn and are saying that China has a better level of education than the west so are they now acknowledging our Chinese educated Seychellois graduates?

Like someone on here rightly said; but yea but no…

And you the author: The word idiot pales in comparison to describing you!
My freedom is of no concern to you – you are cordially invited to come and make your “Arab Spring” so that you can lock me up…but be prepared for a rude awakening! This is no North Africa or the Middle East!
My contributions, whether they are of any substance or not I don’t give a shit. I am here to expose the phoniness and lies of Gill and Jean Paul a.k.a. Johnny and the likes of you and I don’t give a toss how you see it!
And; Jean Paul Isaac’s lack of education can never be blamed on anyone but himself! If the man is too self centred and deluded that he believes he is a born genius and that he’s got it all without having to go through the gruelling task of higher education and just pick one to his fancy online for his CV and post it on his face book page then I have every right to question it’s authenticity as he has made himself a public figure who have it in his mind that he is the best thing Seychelles will ever see!

Furthermore take a good look around you before you question the lack of education that this government and ANY previous SPPF government have provided to our people! Question your own education first then tell me where you got it and explain how since 1977 Seychelles have had more academics of all creed indiscriminately compared to when one had to be white and of “proper” background to be a doctor, lawyer, accountant, architect etc. You my dear is talking crap!
As for Montagne Posee; put it through your thick feminine skull that it is there for anyone that crosses the law, be it me, you or anyone else so tread carefully and let us hope that you stick to the right side of it but bear in mind Gill and Isaac a.k.a. Johnny will soon gracing it if they continue to incite unrest amongst our population!

AND I AM STILL WAITING FOR CLARIFICATIONS ON JEAN PAUL ISAAC'S AND GILL'S CHINESE "COLLEDGE" AND "UNIVERCITY"
DEGREES!

Anonymous said...

Hey Asshole,

Why don't you go fuck yourself?

At least Gill and Isaac both have degrees and studied overseas. After all your rants and raves, can you please tell us the qualification of your great leader James Michel?

Michel did not even finish school and how he qualified to be a "teacher" is beyond me. The man worked as a clerk for Cable & wireless, and then took up an AK-47 and followed Albert Rene on his path to destroying freedom and democracy in Seychelles.

So before you open your trap about Gill or Isaac, tell Michel to show us his degree from communist school China.

Anonymous said...

To the ignorant blogger who wrote:

"Furthermore take a good look around you before you question the lack of education that this government and ANY previous SPPF government have provided to our people! Question your own education first then tell me where you got it and explain how since 1977 Seychelles have had more academics of all creed indiscriminately compared to when one had to be white and of “proper” background to be a doctor, lawyer, accountant, architect etc. You my dear is talking crap!"

In response my dear, please tell us where the following studied before 1977, and then tell us who is talking crap:

Patrick Herminie
Joe Belmont
Albert Rene
Maxime Ferrari
Jacquel Hodoul
Charles De Commarmond

And all the others "of all creed" who went to school at Seychelles College BEFORE 1977 and Albert Rene and Michel's so-called liberation, including myself who graduated in 1971.

You are truly an idiot who has been brainwashed by this communist system and cannot see day for night. If Albert had taken education seriously, would he have invented the NYS to indoctrinate you and your kids? Where is NYS today if it was so great? Where are all the great graduates from there; most of them are on heroin or in the Parti Lepep or waiting for a hand out, or as Michel says, they are the "less fortunate".

Wake up and realize the serious damages that have been caused to our society by those 2 madmen Rene and Michel. They are no different to Gadaffi or Fidel Castro. Experiments and experiments have gone very wrong, except along the way, both have become capitalists and have robbed the Seychellois of their true wealth; and that is democracy and freedom, let alone the millions they have stolen from us. And the us includes you too fool. Unless you are one of the "more fortunate" who has managed to steal your way as well and filled your own pockets and now spend time defending a failed system.

No matter what, education or not, the people of Seychelles can spell and smell freedom, and it is coming slowly. Remember the last boycott you fool and you will understand that the worse is yet to come for Rene and Michel and followers like you, while the best is yet to come for the Seychellois who do not believe in your fake democracy.

Pissedoff said...

GILL; no matter how you try your writing style cannot be discuised!
First of all you never went to Seyco, you never went to school in Seychelles.
Secondly; Jean Paul Isaac NEVER went to university anywhere except maybe in his dreams - China, I don't think so!
As to Idiocy, I think you are the bigger idiot for thinking that Seychellois are naive! We know what we have and we know what we want and boy it certainly is not what you are offering! You have NOTHING that we want so take your fake party and piss off into oblivion!
The boycott you keep coming on about had nothing to do with you and if you want to prove me wrong why don't you organise a political; rally and formally introduce your party to les peuple Seychellois!

Oh!...and you are right...the best IS yet to come! Pp keeps coming up with the best for the people over and over again that is why we are still around!

Hire a few spies, send them around Victoria and get their feed back on what people say about you!

Pissedoff said...

....or don't you have the bottle to do it?

Anonymous said...

Boys and girls ..calm down come share my joint,,,puff..puff.You know they(USA) sent the moon...relax..stop this fighting ..have some gunga,, puff..puff and later f...,f...

Anonymous said...

In Ukraine, parties need 3% of total votes cast to get representation in parliament. "Spoilt votes are taken into account" in total votes cast.

Wikipedia -- In the Ukrainian elections of March 2006, for which there was a 3% threshold, one party, People's Opposition Bloc of Natalia Vitrenko, received over 3% of the formal vote but failed to obtain 3% of the overall vote (which includes informal ballot papers, i.e. votes that are blank or incorrectly filled out).

Sounds like exactly what happened to Pierre when he failed to achieve the 10% threshold of votes cast.

Again, it shows there is a distinction between votes cast and valid votes. Govinden is tell us no such distinction exists.

Anonymous said...

Legislative elections were held in the Russian Federation on December 17, 1995. At stake were the 450 seats in the State Duma (Gosudarstvennaya Duma), the lower house of the Federal Assembly of Russia (The legislature).

The election law adopted for the 1995 election was similar to that adopted for the 1993 election, with some minor modifications. First, to secure a place on the proportional representation ballot, parties had to have registered with the Ministry of Justice no later than six months before the election, and the number of signatures they had to gather rose from 100,000 to 200,000. Second, invalid votes were now included in the calculation of the 5.0 percent threshold. Third, on the single-member district ballot, party endorsements of candidates were indicated.

Out of the forty three parties and coalitions contesting the elections, only four cleared the 5% threshold to qualify for the proportional seats. As a result of these elections, the Communists and their satellites, the Agrarians and other left-wing deputies, controlled a little less than the half of the seats. The populist LDPR occasionally sided with the left majority, but often supported the government. As in the previous Duma, the parliamentary groups of independent deputies had a significant influence on the balance of power in the parliament.

Wikipedia

Anonymous said...

The Seychelles Constitution sets a threshold of 10%. Unlike what Govinden is saying, it is not unusual for countries to set a threshold based on total votes cast (valid votes, spoilt votes, protest votes)

The constitution then goes to say how many proportional seats have been won by a party , i.e. provided the threshold has been met. It is 1 seat for each 10% of votes polled.

Furthermore, we know that the threshold was set at 10% to stop a party getting a proportional seat if it has polled just a few votes. Unlike what Pierre is saying, he has not been dealt an injustice. It is what the constitution says and it is what Rene wanted when he amended the constitution in 1996 to stop Ramkalawan.

Pierre keeps saying that he has been dealt another injustice because seats were allocated on valid votes in the past. He has no evidence for that. He has been told he is wrong by the Electoral Commission. In fact, the allocation of seats in elections from 1998 is consistent with allocation based on total votes cast. He is being deceitful, because there is a lot at stake for him personally. That is, Leader of the Opposition on the back of just 3828 votes out of an electorate of 70,000 and more and on the back of a comprehensive defeat at the polls.

Anonymous said...

David Pierre should lobby his paymaster James Michel to amend the constitution that now they have an overall majority in the wonderland parliament and then he should ask him to call a fresh parliamentary election so that his childhood dream can be satisfied.That is becoming the leader of the opposition. He should be a man as Wavel did in 1993 in the parliamentary election when he overcame the dictator's threshold. Work your ass David Pierre if you want glory. You have you proven wrong by your cheap talk in the assembly which you thought had given you popularity amongst the opposition supporters. We do not reward traitors with our votes. This is a great lesson to be learnt.

Anonymous said...

How can our Attorney General be such an ass?
Is he asking the Constitutional Court to interpret the constitution or re-write it?
If there is "de pwa de mezir", is it the constitutional court's fault?
As the earlier blogger said, Pierre should now get James Michel and his buffoons in HIS assembly to amend the constitution.They have overwhelming control afterall. It won't be a problem.

Anonymous said...

Govinden is an ILLITERATE BUFFOON. How can this country operate with this prick of an idiot as Attorney-General. Our poor country has sunk to a new low with legal minds like Govinden and that fucking idiot of a judge Niranjit Burham who should be barred from ever sitting in a court room again and put on the next plane back to his homeland where he can't get a job.

If the Court of Appeals give David Pierre a seat in the assembly, it means that our Constitution is no longer the law of the land, and that the justice department is corrupt and in collusion with the Executive (James Michel). If there is no law in the land, then it is time for Seychellois to become lawless like Govinden, Michel and his merry judges, and this would be the time for a march, for riots and for a Seychelles Spring.

We need to take OUR COUNTRY BACK from these fools.

Anonymous said...

Govinded is not an ass.

An ass is smarter than that and does not have a pineapple face. In fact, a male donkey or ass is called a Jack.

So Govinden, please go Jack-Off!

Anonymous said...

How appropriate that George Orwell's famous book "Animal Farm" has now been translated (tradwir) by Georgine Robert and named "Laferm Zannimo" (see Nation page 5).

This book should be given free of charge to all the idiots of Seychelles and made prerequisite reading in all schools. Even James Michel should be forced to read it even if it is not in Chinese.

Anonymous said...

“The consolidation and the continued development of the Seychelles tourism industry is the responsibility of every Seychellois and above all that of the country’s representatives based overseas. We cannot depend on that pillar of our economy and not see the importance to work to consolidate it. No Seychellois should be shy to be seen to be defending his country’s tourism industry, and there is no better way to defend it than to be seen to be actively helping in its progress,” said Alain St.Ange in China this week.


IF HE REPEATS THAT IN SEYCHELLES, HE WILL BE LYNCHED.

Anonymous said...

The Chandlers are sticking to their story that the Seychelles authorities did not warn them about pirates, despite denials by Parti Lepep government. This week, the Chandlers repeated their claim in front of British MPs at a Select Committee hearing.

Anonymous said...

Pierre’s power-hungry bid to enter the dud national assembly runs into more difficulties

Pierre’s last-minute bid to get back into the national assembly on the back of a boycott of the polls by the opposition was foiled by thousands of protest votes. He polled 3828 votes, a tally which must have included a sizeable number of Parti Lepep’s rent-a-vote. Since then, Pierre has been hoping Parti Lepep judges would give him what the opposition voters wisely denied him. After all, these judges have a sickening habit of giving Parti Lepep what it wants. Make no mistake. Parti Lepep wants David Pierre as Leader of Opposition. The message has been passed to the judges in no uncertain terms. Yesterday, it must have come as a shock to Pierre that Parti Lepep’s wish met with resistance from two judges. The manhunt for the elusive seat of Leader of Opposition moves to the Court of Appeal, leaving in its wake more damage to the reputation of the Attorney General and Sri Lankan Judge Burhan.

What’s Burhan up to ?

Pierre has no case for a proportionate seat at all. Morally. Constitutionally. Or in the interests of natural justice, as he argues. In fact it would be a travesty of moral renaissance, our much abused constitution and natural justice to give him a seat in the national assembly after that resounding rejection at the polls by those who also reject Parti Lepep.

There is a wide inconsistency in the various arguments being put forward by those who support David Pierre’s petition. Judge Burhan, Govinden, Hoareau and Pierre himself make different arguments. That shows how flimsy their case is.

From what we heard on SBC, Judge Burhan has not even bothered to explain his support for David Pierre. He has dictated that “total votes cast” means “valid votes cast”. That is quite clearly nonsense, as these two terms have different meanings in English and in election terminology. He had to explain why he thought the constitution meant “total valid votes cast” when it clearly says “total votes cast”. The judge failed to do that. Pending a reading of his full judgement, I find his decision despicable. We must remember that the Sri Lankan judge and Parti Lepep government go back a long way. He was a magistrate under SPPF. He was appointed a judge in 2008 and he perhaps has an eye on a contract renewal. He has oodles of reasons to try to please Parti Lepep through his decisions and this judgement does not dispel any of these reasons.

Anonymous said...

Govinden wades in to muddy the water

Pierre has made a consistent argument, but a false argument. He argues that in the past the calculation for proportionate seats was based on valid votes. He has not a shred of evidence to support his assertion. The facts show otherwise. The facts support the Electoral Commission. His call for natural justice and consistency is absurd.

Govinden argues that it is absurd to use valid votes to elect directly elected members and “another method” to elect proportional members. He speaks of confusion in a dramatic way. The only one putting confusion in the constitution is the Attorney General himself. He is fighting for Pierre because he knows that Michel wants him to support Pierre. He is twisting the facts and arguments to please Parti Lepep. He cannot be seen as an impassioned interpreter of the constitution. He is a disgrace. The constitution clearly makes provision for two separate systems for electing MNAs (directly elected and proportionately elected). A few months ago, he was telling judges that their job was to interpret the constitution and not to rewrite the constitution. Now he is asking judges to rewrite the constitution because a rewrite suits him in this case.

Govinden acts a fathead

It is clear that directly elected MNAs are elected under the well-understood first-past-the-post (i.e. the winner is the one with the most votes) system. A spoilt vote is excluded because it is not clear which candidate should get this vote. Under this system, only valid votes are counted for the candidates. That's logic.

Proportionate members are elected under a different system, clearly set out in that infamous amendment to the constitution in 1996. It is the application of this system that is at issue, not whether one system should be used for all MNAs as Govinden is saying.

It is possible for an MNA to be directly elected with less than 10% of the votes. This can happen if there are, say, 12 candidates standing in a district. In such a situation, the constitution does not say that someone needs to get 10% to get elected. The candidate with most votes wins.

But the constitution clearly says that no MNA can be elected on a proportionate basis unless their party has polled at least 10% of the total votes cast.

The issue is whether the constitution means all ballot papers placed in ballot boxes or just the valid votes (i.e. ballot papers where the voter has expressed a clear preference for one of the candidates). It is breathtaking that Govinden – the Attorney General – cannot grasp this issue. He too was intriguingly sued by Pierre. He has won and he is criticising the judges. How hard is he working at being a fathead ?

Anonymous said...

Constitution is clear -- 10% of all voters

Commonsense says “total votes cast” means all valid ballot papers in the ballot boxes. Commonsense says that there is a clear distinction between “total votes cast” and "total valid votes cast”. As the lawyer for the Electoral Commission says, one (total votes cast) is numerically higher than the other (total valid votes cast). Pierre had to prove otherwise to show that he had met the threshold of 10% stipulated in the constitution. His lawyer, Basil Hoareau, is the only one who came close to addressing the issue. But even he concedes that the constitution talks of all votes (valid and invalid). He argues that we should refer to the Election Act for further clarification. However, the Election Act explains how to count votes for directly elected members. It makes sense that all spoilt votes should be excluded before counting the votes for each candidate. For spoilt votes, the voters have not voted for any specific candidate. This provision of the Election Act does not clarify the constitution nor does it replace the constitution. The Election Act does not deal with the calculation of the threshold and the allocation of proportionate MNAs. Judge Burham had to explain to us why he thinks otherwise. It is not acceptable for him to insert any word (i.e. “valid”) in constitutional provisions which are otherwise clearly expressed. He is a judge, not a dictator.

Rene’s dirty deed comes back to sink Pierre and Misel

Sometimes it is necessary for us to consider what the legislator had in mind, if the constitution has been badly drafted. We all know why the constitution was changed in 1996. Albert Rene wanted to raise the bar, to stop the United Opposition getting into the National Assembly again in 1998. This was done by making it more difficult to get 10% of votes. Before the amendment, Ramkalawan got into the National Assembly with less than 10% under the original constitutional provisions. If the amendment had been in place n 1993, Ramkalawan would not have been elected as a proportionate member. It is quite clear that the National Assembly wanted to raise the bar in 1996. That explains why the constitutional amendment speaks clearly and unequivocally about “10% of total votes cast” as the threshold that must be met to qualify for a proportionate seat. That’s a higher threshold than that in the original constitution and it would have prevented Ramkalawan getting into the National Assembly had it been in place in 1993. That was also what Rene had in mind. They can wheel him in court to explain what he was doing. The constitution is clear on the threshold Pierre had to meet to get a seat. It is not two-toned like Pierre’s noggin.

Anonymous said...

Blogger above - you've said it all. I rest your case!

Anonymous said...

Well said don't give up the fight.

the word out is marc houreau is gunning to take over the snp in this november convention he is trying to squeeze christopher gill and keep him quite but Gill is saying otherwise.

Maybe jean-paul can elaborate on this??

Anonymous said...

Don't forget Silvest Radegonde. He really wants that position.He reckons that he can turn the party back into a credible force it used to be and above all unite all opposition.
I think the battle will be between Marc Hoareau and Radegonde.Both capable individuals but Hoareau's wallet may help him carry the day.

Anonymous said...

Joseph Francois as the new director general in Foreign Affairs. Is it an attempt to find a cushy job for a friend? Is the guy being lined up to be appointed ambassador in one of the many embassies Loustau says they are opening?
The ministry's staff hope that their ministry would be turned into Maison du peuple. They already have a staunch party activist in their minister.

Anonymous said...

Parti Lepep does not know what to do with its failures.

Joseph Francois is ousted from the National Assembly and deposited at the Foreign Affairs.

Sebastian Pillay is booted out of State House and dumped in the National Assembly.

Patrick Herminie stays put, despite his failures. Too heavy to be moved by lightweight Michel.

Anonymous said...

Constitution of Seychelles

Article 78

78.
The National Assembly shall consist of-
(a) such number of members directly elected in accordance with-
(i) this Constitution; and
(ii subject to this Constitution, an Act,
as is equal to the number of electoral areas;

(b) not more than 10 members elected on the basis of the scheme of proportional representation specified in Schedule 4 .


Schedule 4

2. A political party which has nominated one or more candidates in a general election and has polled in respect of the candidates in aggregate 10% or more of the votes cast at the election may nominate a proportionally elected member for each 10% of the votes polled.


Article 78 and Schedule 4 say it all. The constitution does not say to look elsewhere. Why is Judge Burhan looking elsewhere to find out whether PDM should get a proportional seat ?

Anonymous said...

"UniSey launches senate -
The University of Seychelles (UniSey) has launched its senate as part of its development and expansion."
http://www.nation.sc/index.php?art=25433


Political education madness explosion in Sechelles Seychelles - those who have and are hijacking the debate/talk of a National Senate as against a Assembly, now forward this concept for Seychelles University. To torpedoe the idea and it is coming form { excuse our statement a British advisor. The Professor is French which make it worse} They say he has been working on this for 6 months, he ought to look up the many complex issues President Francois Mitterrand was supporting us on Sechelles Seychelles political changes, social and economic change, including a University - when are they going to wake up in Seychelles. We have an important right to state this, we were the one who lobby the Seychelles University for 30 years under President FA Rene and President JA Michel like every corrupted and crooked politician these day hijacked the idea and sold it to the SPPF/PL, the world as his vision. Instead we now have a One party State and no opposition in Seychelles, France and its people reaction to the one party state system which is returning to Seychelles, our 15,000 - 20,000 exile/refugee protest the past 30 years, their deaf ears. Including the French media. They need to explain themself in Seychelles what this is all about

Bernard Bosredon
President of the Universite Sorbonne Nouvelle

Anonymous said...

Stop kidding the judges !

The Constitution says that there shall be up to 10 members elected under a scheme of proportional representation. The scheme is set out in Schedule 4 of the Constitution.

Why does Basil Hoareau think the "scheme of proportional representation" is in the Election Act ?

The Election Act deals with first-past-the-post election for directly elected MNAs in the districts, not proportional representation.

No seat for David Pierre !

Anonymous said...

Stop kidding the judges !

The constitution says that MNAs for each district shall be elected under the first-past-the-post system. The candidate with most votes wins.

The constitution says that up to 10 MNAs shall be elected under a scheme of proportional representation.

Why does Govinden say that the constitution says all MNAs should be elected under the same voting system ?

No seat for David Pierre !

Anonymous said...

Stop kidding the judges !

The constitution says that a political party must get at least 10% of votes cast to get a seat under the scheme of proportional representation.

Why does David Pierre think he should become Leader of the Opposition with 7.5% of votes cast ?


No seat for David Pierre !

Anonymous said...

So, Michel is Down Under. That's 2 visits in 2 months. Lucky Aussies. What have they done to deserve such good luck !

Fair suck of the sav!

Anonymous said...

It is pathetic that over 30 years after independence we are still accepting hand outs. Whether they are from honorary consuls or not make no difference.
Where is our pride as a nation?

Anonymous said...

The MNA for Anse Aus Pins and all his friends in the assembly and Parti Lepep should understand that it's not only rising water in people's houses that are going to tip them over. It is for being taken for fools, for continuing to make them feel like second rate citizens in their own country, for continuing to sell our country to their arab friends, for being screwed back and front.
We are not impressed with their charade on tv, giving the impression that they are taking a stand against government, with Wilby Lucas pretending he's having a go at Peter Sinon. Nobody buys that.It's a pathetic attempt at giving the impression that this is a serious assembly. You're all a joke.Why have YOU all waited until now to put "put pressure" on government for something that happened over 7 years ago?

Anonymous said...

I could not agree more with the above blogger. This nonsensical charade by the assembly of fools who are trying to fool only themselves.After 7 years of inaction in their own district, they are now trying to put a facade that they really care about their people in their own district. For Mr Lucas I would have suggested he looked at the destruction of plantation club which was a source of employment for baie-lazar people which is now a brothel of the Arabs. Now the Lepep fools are looking at their own reflection in the mirror and they have concluded that they are self-centered fools who are just condoning James Michel abuse of the Seychelloise people. Now they do not have the opposition in their assembly to bully and ridicule because they were people who came up with real problems of the people and wise motions. They are now feeling the real effect of the opposition in the assembly. Behold for more hypocrisy and theatrical spectacles in the assembly of the fools hardy.So there will be no more election promises make by Lepep in the future election since they are doing well economical from what we heard on Michel broadcasting cooperation and that they opposition will not be blamed for not doing anything since they control all districts.

Anonymous said...

I say ! Do SNP pathetics have to keep this blog alive while Parti Laliberte (PL) sleeps on the job ? Then, they have the audacity to complain that SNP supporters are everywhere and call us names. Gill is realising that it is hard to run a party with just a handful of supporters. Then he wants to be at all "round table" meetings with the opposition. Given his lack of supporters, he wants to punch well above his weight. Can't even keep this blog up to date. Pathetic, says I.

Anonymous said...

At almost 48 years, I've never been so shocked and worried as I was whilst watching SBC this evening. Over 300 teenage pregnancies in a year is scary.
We have a very very serious problem and if our government does not recognise this, then we're in very serious trouble.
It is clear, isn't it that our little society is rotten. Our values have evaporated. Meanwhile,our president reckons that he should run a year-long discussion on renesans moral. Our president,visibly because he cannot solve the problem, has preferred to go hand this over to lepep to debate.We did elect him last May to provide solutions.To make decisions. This is a problem that needs to be addressed urgently. President Michel should publish less books, travel less, talk less and ACT. NOW.

Anonymous said...

Our youth and children do not have a role model. Nobody they could look up to and emulate. What do you expect when catholic priests are sleeping around? The president of our country and his ministers are less than examplary in their private/public lives? Many of our leaders have their labraget permanently open, are chasing after girls half their age?
What do you expect?

Anonymous said...

leglise chatolic e un lorganisation parey banne mafia avec billion dollars propriete partou dan lemond.zot reste trankil e refiser to intervenir dan droua imen.zot kontemp partie e bour divin.assey fair couyon don.

Anonymous said...

What do you expect in a society which is run by mediocrity? More teenage pregnancies,theft, murders, prostitution and all the evil ills associated with it. Who is to be blamed? We as individual and the society at large, when you have a nation backing a immoral, promiscuous and an atheist has their leader this is what will happened? Evils breed more evils.
When you have a nation rationalizing immoral behaviors from people they have chosen to lead them. This is what we will get. The seychelloise people are not changing their strategies but they expect a different outcome. As the law of nature goes garbage in garbage out. I vividly remember when opposition supporters where criticizing the private life of Mr Rene. Most of the sppf supporters at that time were saying that, this was not a problem because Mr Rene is a man. Unless each individual look at themselves seriously and try to address these immoral standard that they have set for themselves nothing would change in our society and we will keep on going into moral decay.
Just look at our school most of them are being vandalize with impunity. Now if people in our society do not value educational institutions what do you expect. Having an educational system which is run by circle of friends, where competent Seychelloise who do not tow political lines are thrown into a corner and their potentials are not valued what do you expect. With an education system which is obsessed with police officers in the classrooms has opposed to teachers teaching in a classroom what do you expect. This Michel government is not interested with the people of Seychelles. They more interested with holding on to power, profitable businesses, enjoying themselves with their rich foreign friends. I am afraid that we have bought the misery on ourselves as a nation. Unless we do otherwise in the polling booth and say clearly that we do not want immoral leadership, we will continue to get more of the same. We should get Michel broadcasting cooperation to stop bringing hypocrites and false prophets to come and debate important issues publicly on Tv because some of them are rotten to the core that all these debates are useless because people listening to them know that they are blatant liars who condone and some even practice these very evil act that they are preaching about.
With Arabs around their will be more teenage pregnancies as they throw around money and they enjoy preying on virgin.

Anonymous said...

I may not agree 100% with what chris says sometimes , but the man analytical abilities to forsee problems and possible solution cannot be underestimated.coming to the point, Bernard George in his booklet with title DEMOCRACY DELAYED,he highlight a very important point.And that is the transition to hand over power in the event of a government change IN A CONTESTED election.In that article he clearly stated that there is nothing in place for this event to transit peacefully and with order as in western democracies.Now, my question is why it has taken SNP TO REALISED THIS AFTER GOING INTO CONTESTed elections FOR OVER 4 TIMES.ZOT ANNOU ASSAY DON GRAIN SA PEP.

Anonymous said...

Back to the state of our nation.
Over 10 murders this year for a small population of 80,000. On average, one muder a month. In any other country, people would be putting pressure on their administrators, be they city council, local government or national government to act. In Seychelles, we seem to accept this as our fate."Ki wa fer", you hear many say.
We have been reduced to a nation who pacively accept everything that is thrown as us: contaminated water, sale of our territory to Arabs, sale of our passports, victimisation, corruption, promiscuity in government, EVERYTHING.
People of Seychelles, reveye pour nou pei!

Anonymous said...

It's not workshops,district meetings,grandspeeches from teleprompters that are going to instil "valer moral e sosyal" in our people.
We need concrete action,NOW.
We need to go back to basics, NOW.
Our little country never used to be like this.Government can blame globalisation as much as they want but there are more serious issues which need addressing. And URGENTLY.

Anonymous said...

mon pa koure ki seychelles pou sanser akose saychellios napa meme determination parey arabs.The likely senario, is that this country will be gradually sold out with the slow intergration of the arabs and arabic cultures into the country.THERE IS A PURPOSE FOR THIS,people do not realised. By the time the seychellios realised ,it will be too late. AND NOTHING TO SALVAGE.DELO KAKA.

Anonymous said...

The above 3 or 4 blogs are interesting and should get us to think.
Watching SBC and Mrs.Figaro last night I went away with the following very worrying conclusion: We used to have a youth rehabilitation centre on Praslin ,then moved to Mahe. It was closed down because of insufficient qualified people to run it! Yes, we are indeed unique. You have an institution with insufficient qualified people and INSTEAD OF LOOKING FOR PERSONNEL AND TRAIN THEM, YOU CLOSE IT DOWN!!!Only in the Seychelles of Jj can you hear such crap.
The human and financial resources of Seychelles, in view of its size, will always be limited. There may not be much that anyone can do about this.What we need to do however is look at our needs and PRIORITISE.What should we spend our limited funds on: community centres or clinics?Jeeps for presidential security or ambulance? Ambassies all over the world or doctors and nurses?
Guys let's be real.Does the President Office need all these principal secretaries, Directors General, Directors, Sub -Directors, Assistant directors???
Albert Rene ran this country with a skeleton staff.What is Michel doing differently that he needs a quarter of the civil service at his personal service?
Let's cut the crap and put our money where our mouth is.
1.Cut back on these embassies in all corners of the world that is providing friends with a place to rest.In this modern communication age, they're not needed.
2.Cut back on the president's office staff
3.Cut back on salaries of presidents and ministers, pensions of former presidents
4.The list goes on..
We'll have more than enough funds to fund a decent institution with a decent, trained staff.

Anonymous said...

The above 3 or 4 blogs are interesting and should get us to think.
Watching SBC and Mrs.Figaro last night I went away with the following very worrying conclusion: We used to have a youth rehabilitation centre on Praslin ,then moved to Mahe. It was closed down because of insufficient qualified people to run it! Yes, we are indeed unique. You have an institution with insufficient qualified people and INSTEAD OF LOOKING FOR PERSONNEL AND TRAIN THEM, YOU CLOSE IT DOWN!!!Only in the Seychelles of Jj can you hear such crap.
The human and financial resources of Seychelles, in view of its size, will always be limited. There may not be much that anyone can do about this.What we need to do however is look at our needs and PRIORITISE.What should we spend our limited funds on: community centres or clinics?Jeeps for presidential security or ambulance? Ambassies all over the world or doctors and nurses?
Guys let's be real.Does the President Office need all these principal secretaries, Directors General, Directors, Sub -Directors, Assistant directors???
Albert Rene ran this country with a skeleton staff.What is Michel doing differently that he needs a quarter of the civil service at his personal service?
Let's cut the crap and put our money where our mouth is.
1.Cut back on these embassies in all corners of the world that is providing friends with a place to rest.In this modern communication age, they're not needed.
2.Cut back on the president's office staff
3.Cut back on salaries of presidents and ministers, pensions of former presidents
4.The list goes on..
We'll have more than enough funds to fund a decent institution with a decent, trained staff.

Anonymous said...

Can Nation and Mancham cut the crap and give us break?
Mancham has been given a free ride on Ethihad inaugural flight. What's newsworthy about this - except that he beat his good friend St Ange to this "honour".
How more mediocre can Nation get?

Anonymous said...

The previous blogger's remarks on prioritising resources is so right.
Government closed, re-opened, closed and re-opened the embassy in london for Pat Pillay - clearly as a reward for services rendered. Pillay proceeded to build his little empire by taking along with him his PA, secretary and family, chauffeur and family,his maid.All paid for by us.Can jean paul Adam tell us what Pat Pillay has been doing since his appointment and what benefit Seychelles is getting out of this embassy?
And the embassy in Italy? What are they doing? And China. What is that frenchman doing apart from translating James michel's book?
Abu Dhabi - another joke isn't it? Why do we need an embassy there although it is being paid by Khalifa?
The USA with all their interests closed their embassy in Seychelles and many other countries because of financial reasons.We on the other hand, under an IMF programme, indebted to our necks, are opening embassies left right and center.
The we hear government complaining that there is no budget for this or that.

Anonymous said...

Le shit un jour va hit the fan.

Anonymous said...

Mancham leaves Seychelles on Emirates to spend a few days idling in Abu Dhabi, so that he can be the first person off the inaugural Etihad flight. It's called folly, even it is all being paid for by Etihad.

Anonymous said...

Sad to say but it's a fact the whole world is in a mess.If people do not believe in GOD,do not expect anything good.More evils actions are on the rise,we all have to face a lot of calamity nowadays not only politically but up there in the sky things are more scary.To die it's not a problem but where do our souls end up this should be our main concern.If only all those PEOPLE THAT CALL THEMSELF CHRISTIANS were living and doing what the word of GOD say BELIEVE ME THE WORLD WOULD HAVE BEEN VERY DIFFERENT.Religions that has nothing to do with GOD word and Politics brings only DIVISION,CALAMITY,HARDSHIP,POVERTY,DISSATER AND SO ON...Instead of putting our TRUST IN GOD,we put our trust in PRIESTS,POLITICIANS ETC...thinking that they will bring happiness,peace,joy,morality,good living in our life and country etc..THIS IS COMPLETLY A WRONG BELEIF.2011 has not yet ended things are getting more worst,2012 only GOD KNOW.

Anonymous said...

Aide-toi et le ciel t'aidera!

Anonymous said...

In 2 weeks time, Michel will find an excuse to be in Abu Dhabi. The invitation to the Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix arrived a long time ago. Don't be surprised if we are told when he returns from Australia that there is an Arabic version of Distant Horizons to be launched in Abu Dhabi.

Four new books have just been published locally in Creole. No sign of Lorizon Lwenten yet.

Anonymous said...

SBC is failing in its duty. Our beloved President is telling the 54 Commonwealth Heads of Sate a few things and all they can do is read us a press relese from Sate House???
Come on guys, you're slacking!
The People this week dutifully informed us that our president was giving a few lessons to the Commonwealth Heads of state as he is way ahead of them in many many things.Do you understand the implication of this? Our president is giving lessons to the likes of the Prime ministers of UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand!
Lemonn pe koz nou!!
Indeed they are, in James Michel's dreams!

Anonymous said...

How will madanm sopi translate "Distant Horizon"? Lorizon lwen? Lorizon lwenten?
As nobody was at the level to win the "gran pri" this year, whoever translates this "se dev" is garanteed the very very gran pri.

Anonymous said...

The distinguished lady who translated Georges Orwell's Animal Farm was not given enough time in her interview to tell us other things about the book.It has nothing to do with animal protection as she said.
It's all about human greed for power, about betrayal,about inequality, abuse of power.
Does it sound familiar to anyone?????

Anonymous said...

What SBC failed to read to us in State House press release is that our president is giving lessons to the leaders of bann ti leta zil on how to dres lapo lagel zot pep, how to snuff out all opposition.
He's also teaching them how to write books, how to sell their country to arabs.
How this organisation has managed to get this far without James Michel's enlightened guidance is beyond me.
Albert rene is nothing next to him.

Anonymous said...

What a circus!
Albert Rene has done what he has, not always good, to get our country where it is.
Now we have a bufoon who's barely completed two years of secondary education,giving us the impression that this country was nothing until he became president.That the world did not know us.That he's the one who first started championing the causes of small states.Read Laferm zannimo.

Anonymous said...

ZOT AKOSE ZOT PAS TI DONE MADAME CHOPPY SA CONTRACT POU TRADUIRE SA LIVE ANNIMAL FARM, MAYBE ZOT CAPAB DONE LI UN CONTRAC POU LI TRADUIRE 1984 which is the continuation on annimal farm.
UN DIRECTOR KOLOC LO FARM.

Anonymous said...

Festival kreol a disaster this year.If even The People says it, it must be true.
Some heads are going to roll soon.

Anonymous said...

Alain St Ange ? He said we could have both. But we all knew it was either Carnival or Festival.

Festival has a real purpose -- promotion of our culture. Carnival has a fake purpose -- bringing more tourists.

Anonymous said...

No, carnival does not "bring" tourists. No sane tourist would travel this far and at that price to watch the circus that Carnaval de Victoria is.
Tourists travel to Brazil, to the Carribean to watch AUTHENTIC carnivals.
Carnaval de Victoria provides some entertainment to tourists who are ALREADY IN THE COUNTRY. Nothing more, nothing less.
If there is a head that should roll, it should be Shamlaye and his group of incompetents who cannot even organise a piss in a brewery.
How Shamlaye became a minister and why he has survived this long beats me. But one would say that James Miche is good at surrounding himself with incompetents.
Read Laferm zannimo....

Anonymous said...

Yes, Carnaval de Victoria and Festival Kreol can co-exist. You need people with some brains(not many around, I'm afraid)who can come up with original ideas and see them through.
Festival kreol has been just an inconsistent joke and embarassment. and it's not as if they do not have money.How many sponsors fund this activity every year?
They should go back to basics. Bring in the people who organised and made a success of this event in the past. The likes of Marie France Magregoire.
Sack Shamelaye, his PS and company who have no clue what they are doing.

Anonymous said...

What was TOO MUCH for Michel to stomach ?


Agreement by Heads of Government regarding the Eminent Persons Group report

30 October 2011

In welcoming the report of the Eminent Persons Group (EPG), and thanking its members for their outstanding work, Heads of Government:

- Noted that the EPG’s recommendations relating to the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group (CMAG) were consistent with the CMAG reforms adopted at this Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting;

- Adopted without reservation a further 30 recommendations;

- Adopted, subject to consideration of financial implications, 12 further recommendations;

- Asked a Task Force of Ministers to provide more detailed advice on 43 other recommendations to Foreign Ministers at their September 2012 meeting in New York, as a basis for further decision by Heads; and

- Deemed, for a variety of reasons, 11 of the recommendations inappropriate for adoption.

Against this background, attached is a list of the adopted recommendations, and those subject to further consideration and advice.

Anonymous said...

Here's one recommendation that was not accepted by the Commonwealth.


R2 A Commonwealth Commissioner for Democracy, the Rule of Law
and Human Rights should be appointed to provide well researched
and reliable information simultaneously to the Secretary-General
and the Chairperson of the Commonwealth Ministerial Action
Group (CMAG) on serious or persistent violations of democracy, the
rule of law and human rights in member states, and to indicate
approaches for remedial action.

Anonymous said...

Other recommendations that the Commonwealth found too much to accept. Heads of state/government have asked for more information to consider !!??

R2 A Commonwealth Commissioner for Democracy, the Rule of Law
and Human Rights should be appointed to provide well researched
and reliable information simultaneously to the Secretary-General
and the Chairperson of the Commonwealth Ministerial Action
Group (CMAG) on serious or persistent violations of democracy, the
rule of law and human rights in member states, and to indicate
approaches for remedial action.

Observer Teams should report publicly at regular intervals leading up to, during, and after voting day on relevant issues particularly the freedom of political
parties, legitimacy and fairness of election financing rules; freedomof themedia in reporting on the electoral process; the integrity of electoral lists; and the
efforts by all parties to avoid violence&intimidation.

To ensure that there is sufficient and effective capacity to carry out these observation functions, the Secretariat should: (i) in the lead up to elections
identified as potentially problematic, establish and maintain at least three deployment-ready observer teams made up of individuals with relevant
political and administrative experience, comprised of a regionally representative group and staffed by both the Secretariat and competent electoral
officials from CW countries; and (ii) review on a regular basis the availability of such teams as a ready-to-deploy facility

Where an adverse report is made by a CW Observer Group concerning a significant aspect of a general election, a report should be made by the SG to
CMAG immediately and a joint course of action adopted. The Secretariat should systematically follow-up the implementation of the recommendations
made by the CW Observer Groups so that observed deficiencies can be rectified well in time for the next electoral cycle, and be provided the necessary
resources for this purpose. Member governments, for their part, should demonstrate their commitment and willingness to address deficiencies
identified by CW Observer Groups in timely fashion before an ensuing election.

The remit of the CW Democracy Observer Missions should be expanded to include an assessment of the adequacy of institutional and operational
arrangements for post-election political transition and to advise the SG on actions that may be required to improve such arrangements and to ensure that political transitions respect the results of elections.

One or more CW governments, preferably of developing member states, should consider establishing an Academy for Democracy and Electoral training
for governments, elections commissions, and civil society organisations on a fee-for-service basis. If established, the Academy should work cooperatively with the Network of CW Electoral Management Bodies established by the Secretariat.

Anonymous said...

All the recommendations on democracy and free and fair elections were either deemed "inappropriate for adoption" and rejected outright or kicked into the long grass by asking for more information in a year's time.

Anonymous said...

Recommendation below not accepted. More information requested.


The CW should broaden its election observation mandate beyond the existing period (which is now ordinarily two weeks prior to the date on which the
elections are held). The Secretariat should provide CW Democracy Observer Teams that arrive in some strength, optimally two months in advance of a
planned election day (where this is possible), or where the election is called suddenly, as close as possible to the date on which the election is called to
meet electoral officials, political parties and civil society to ensure, through promotion and engagement, an open and democratic electoral process
leading up to, including, and following, election day.

Anonymous said...

Now, why am I not surprised?!!!!!

Anonymous said...

There's a surprise. The Commonwealth refuses to improve election monitoring. I suspect in our case the election observers would be on a 2-month beach holiday, instead of just a few days as is the case at the moment.

Anonymous said...

These recommendations on elections by the Commonwealth Eminent Persons Group are what SNP have been asking for. Surprise, surprise !!! They have been rejected.

Anonymous said...

The Commonwealth wants to give the impression that they are doing something to remain relevant. The Emminent Persons Group did a very good work.But as usual in these circumstances, you bring in politicians (the heads of state) and nothing is as straight forward anymore.

Anonymous said...

It'll be interesting to see what Michel's view is on the issue.
Will SBC ask him the question? Unlikely.
As usual he will be given the mocrophone to waffle on and on about ti leta zil, mars pli devan, etc. He won't tell us about his contribution, if any to that debate.
Unlikely that he opened his mouth once.

Anonymous said...

Is that not asking too much ? Does he know what happened at the Commonwealth ?

His stand-in Danny Faure was well out of his depth yesterday dealing with the flooding and destruction. He could not talk in Creole without a prepared script.

Anonymous said...

Michel went to the commonwealth to play good guy like always and saying let gave leadership to the young.Michel then its time for you and your crooks to pack up and go you are over 65 years you old bag.And he went to say that Seychelles is a democratic country,Michel you are a clown behind the screen.

Johnny

Anonymous said...

Give him a break. Did you not see his folder ? Someone wrote all that stuff for him and he had no clue what he was saying.

Anonymous said...

Sorry,i will never give communist break.Like he has done for the last few years signing papers but not even have clue what he has sign.

Johnny

Anonymous said...

Ser frer e ser Seselwa, we are indeed in shit. Neck-deep.
Our President is playing statesman at the Commonwealth summit and the only person Sate House can confirm he's "met" is the Indian Deputy Prime Minister.
Do you mean that the British and the Canadian Prime ministers didnot line up to seek guidance from our guide and master? Quelle trahison!!!
And what about the Head of the Commonwealth - Queen Elizabeth? She did not make time for Ti Misel?
Meanwhile Danny Boy was trying to be presidential but was clearly swimmimg in the torrents that were flowing all over Mahe. The guy did not make one bit of sense!
Did you hear how he felt he had to highlight the fact that "vwasen pe ed vwazen"??? I could not believe my ears!Correct me if I'm wrong but weren't we like this all along before Albert Rene and James Michel came along and turned us into spies to spy on each other and turned anyone with a different political opinion into "enemies"?
I remember growing up at Anse Boileau, where neighbours used to share the little that they had, where we pulled together when one of us was going through tough times.
How come we're now having meetings and conferences to instill "valer sosyal" into people?????

Anonymous said...

you hit the nail right on the head!
We destroy than we rebuild.

Anonymous said...

Seselwa Unite!

Sesel Pou Seselwa!

Christopher Gill
Seychelles Freedom Party

Anonymous said...

How can James Michel expect to find soultions for our decaying social frabric in public consultations and meetings? And in view of the urgency of the situation, how can he want to drag this circus out for over a year whilst "kabri pe manz salad"?
James Michel,along with his party, whatever name they have,and his comrades in arms - INCLUDING DANNY FAURE- who destroyed our "valer sosyal".They were elected to provide solutions. They should bring it back now. Sa kinn soz son soz ya soz limenm.

Anonymous said...

Copied from Seychelles Reality (Seselwa Unite) Post
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It would be a pity if Wavel was to go now in this stage of the game. For the dynamics and strategy so far pushed forward by the Alliance composed of Ralph, Philippe and Wavel have clearly been the winning factor for the opposition stance taken recently. These three men are beating Parti Lepep with brains and strategy far more than they ever imagined. (The words of an "observer" who I respect)and which I share.

Christopher and Jean Paul if they are aspiring politicians have shot themselves in the foot in their determination to destroy SNP through their leaders. A big mistake! They would have been better at forming a non-political movement to expose corruption if that was their motive and in doing so, won more respect. They are immature and vindictive. Their recent statements to expose everyone NDP, SNP and Boulle are indications that their parallel motivation is to try and bring down all the politicians in the game right now because they are being left out in the Alliance bloc.

Vox is right on many points, but I do not agree that in this interim stage Wavel should go. Not just yet!! The trio, (Ralph, Wavel and Phillippe) are doing a great job because all three have been in this struggle far longer than many and have matured in their perspective and abilities. One could argue that there may be others suitable, but do we really need armchair politicians right now who are unable and unwilling to take the risks. It is a pity that the Alliance had not taken this strategy a few months ago, but we should not cry over spilt milk and maybe even having done so we cannot guarantee that things would have turned in our favour.

Should they continue to be attuned, consistent and forceful in their strategy, we can have a lot going for Seychelles to achieve real and genuine democracy. What a pity it would be not to avail ourselves of what is now obviously working. Neither does Gervais Henrie, Nichola Prea Mark Hoareau, Sylvestre Radegonde have the abilities or astute leadership qualities to lead SNP or the opposition to successfully follow through the transition stage which we are going through to achieve real changes for Seychelles unfortunatly or more still to stand against Lepep's cunning manoeuvres.

I am not suggesting that SNP does not need drastic changes within its leadership structure, but the circumstances which necessitated this some time back, have now been overtaken by different events. If this was to happen as good and competent individuals they may be in their own fields, now is not the time to introduce new men in the field with no proven political "stuff" for we will find ourselves set back many years and the damage may be irreparable in lost momentum and wrong decisions made through lack of political foresight. There could be a proposition by SNP that Wavel continues until the reforms are completed after such time the SNP can decide on a strategy to participate in the next presidential elections hopefully continuing to work with the opposition Alliance.

November 1, 2011 11:05 AM

Anonymous said...
I would even go so far as to suggest that Wavel is re-elected to see through reforms but that new officials are appointed to the Executive Committee of the SNP, so that Wavel would no longer be surrounded by the same old guards, so that new blood could be integrated in the party to see it forward. Since the EC officers are going to be elected this is an opportunity for those sincere and committed to the ideals of the party to bring about some changes while using Wavel's experience to complete the reform process.

November 1, 2011 11:33 AM

Anonymous said...

Whatever SNP wants to do with RAM is their own affair.But to say that RAm must say to watch or aprticipate in the refrtoms as if nothing can be achieved without the present of RAm is absurd.Eighteen years RAM has been in the oppostion ,he did not do it in eighteen years why should you think he will have any dent in the PP.REal reforms will be conducted by real oppostion leaders with clear agendas and objectives and surely reforms will not come from those who in the past have been bedfellows with PP.

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

Jeanne D'arc breaking news

Ramkalawan has said that their will be an SNP convention to retain a new leadership but his actions says otherwise.

Wavel has fully committed himself into the electoral reform and will be seating at that table for so to happen, the catch here is the reform magnitude will most probably break ground somewhere in January or February but Ramkalawan instead of notifying his executive committee of what lies ahead at these meeting to debate before committing to any proposal he is still taking it to himself to go ahead without consent.

Remember the removal of Derjaques single handedly he wrote the letter to have him removed.

Ramka will never resign on contrary i heard he is going to run for leadership in the convention and is already campaigning with his die hard by money and favor exchange to remain as leadership.

Anonymous said...

Sorry marc hoareau sorry Bernard george and gervais henris but Wavel took you all for a fool poor marc wavel has made his money laugh at him.

Anonymous said...

If RAM does not want to resign ,there is another way of forcing namely party members should force him to do so or if any convention take place and RAM presents his candidacy after eighteen years of failure and playing Pp oppostion party then they should force him out.And if none of the members do so thus accepting RAM's conditions though they do not agree with him then we can say they all the same and have nothing more than being in SNP to pocket tax payers money while doing nothing for the country, and in this case the voters should not only sanction him but the whole SNP.I hope RAM has learnt from the medioc rally he hold in Sulvivan's garden and understand that it is not enough of beingFather RAm anymore but that voters want to see real actions and changes those actions bring in their everyday lives and country as a whole.

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

Please let registered SNP supporters decide whom they want as their leader. Currently in Seychelles politics all the oppositions have been taken for fools by SPPF/LEPEP but it became worst because opposition leaders were too accommodating with the LEPEP leadership. Those who are seeking opposition unity should be using unifying languages not divisive languages.Leaders are chosen by the people but not through denigrating other because he/she is your rival.Self promotion is not a very good quality of a true leader. I believed anyone who is a registered SNP supporter can contest for the leadership.

Anonymous said...

Freedom Party does not cow tow to sell outs! Freedom Party is not the door mat of any party or any entity.

We do not need SNP leadership, or anyone else, to validate Freedom Party position. Our beacon is Truth not cover up.

When an opposition s fearful of Truth, we must be fearful of what guides this "opposition". Fake oppositions in Seychelles are taking on multiple forms overnight since Freedom Party has been registered.

My message to sell out PL is this: you cannot field fake oppositions.

Seselwa Unite!

Sesel Pou Seselwa!

Christopher Gill
Leader of Seychelles Freedom Party

Anonymous said...

Like everyone who has tasted power, Ramkalawan would want to hang on through torrential rains and high water. Like Albert Rene, he would not want to hand over the leadership of the party ler gato pre pou kwi.SNP is his.
He must be kidding himself into believing that he can bring anything other than what we've seen up to now.Instead of making way for a new leader to carve his way and make his mark, he wants to hang on and come the next presidential election he will stand against Danny Faure. Only to be miserably defeated....again.

Anonymous said...

Were Marc Hoareau, Jose Henri and Silveste Radegonde candidates for the leadership of the party?
They are all very good candidates although Henri is still a bit too young.
But Marc and Silveste are both mature and have each been successful in what they've done. Marc in business and Silveste in public service. Why can't they be party leader if this is what they and the SNP members want? But I understand that none of these two are members of the party and Silveste has said that he is not interested.

Anonymous said...

Were Marc Hoareau, Jose Henri and Silveste Radegonde candidates for the leadership of the party?
They are all very good candidates although Henri is still a bit too young.
But Marc and Silveste are both mature and have each been successful in what they've done. Marc in business and Silveste in public service. Why can't they be party leader if this is what they and the SNP members want? But I understand that none of these two are members of the party and Silveste has said that he is not interested.

Anonymous said...

Gill, it's KOWTOW !

And I think you meant BACON as in PIG.

Anonymous said...

It seems that the only genuine opposition in Seychelles is Mr Gill's party? This is what Mr Gill wants bloggers to believe but if you ask people in the street if they believe what Mr Gill is saying on this blog I am sure Mr Gill will be in for a surprise. Hey ! We know that you are not a sell out but the past said otherwise. May be we will agree that you have changed from the past now there is a new you. Please organised a meeting and we will see what is your standing amongst the populace. Playing the same scratchy records and echo the same rhetoric are not helping your cause. Seychelles needs humble ,assertive and a leader with a strong moral principle with integrity when such a leader present himself to the people I truly believed that Lepep will be defeated big time and no amount of frauds will make a differences. Stop being a talker be a doer. Make your voice heard amongst the populace including those who are computer illiterate,who cannot read or write and who do not have access to internet and also the educated populace.

Anonymous said...

Politicians, be they in government or opposition, should know when to call it a day and move out.
The insinuations that Wavel should stay on as Leader of SNP is worrying because he is doing exactly what he's accusing the ruling party of doing.
Politics is a journey. People come, take the struggle some distance then hands it over to somebody else to continue.Can you imagine a world where everyone hung on to power just to be able "to complete what they have started"?
Seychellois has made it clear in successive elections that either they not want or do not trust Wavel to be president of this country. There is nothing else that he can hope to achieve by his insistence to hold on no matter what.He's done a decent job as leader of opposition to take us to where we are.It's time to hand over the mantle to new blood to continue the work, but above all position himself or herself to prepare for the next presidential elections.
Wavel cannot say he's retiring one minute and come back on his word the next on the pretext that "the work is not done".He talks about a new culture of doing politics in Seychelles. He should now walk the talk.

Anonymous said...

Ramkalawan is rumoured to be in secret negotiations with James Michel.What's the deal when they wereup in arms when David Pierre was also talking with James?
Is it a deal agreed with James Michel for him to stay on as SNP leader? Why? What does Michel hope to get out of this? What's in it for Ramka?
A government of national reconciliation has not been ruled out. Has Ramka been offered something?
He will tell all - MAYBE - at the party convention later this month.

Anonymous said...

The question is: WHO CAN WE TRUST??????????

Anonymous said...

Nov- 9.30
I think Mr GIll has through his years of engagement shows leadership,integrity,tenacity and all the qualities a leader requires.He has always put his country and people before self while the likes of RAM and others have for years been supporting and helping PP confiscation of power and that eighteen years long without having them at any given time to even question their own conspiracy.Mr Gill together with other freedom loving people with their determination even when face with intimidation,arsons,bullets have aleays keep the struggle going.Today we seeing change coming thuogh Pp ateempt each time to drag its feet to disaccelerate the process.Mr Gill was the person who foresees the need even before the prersidential election that one thing that would shaked Pp was a boycott of elections,his poistion and actions have proven him right in this last Assembly election which was a milestone in the politcal history of our country and one must also accept the fact that since then Pp has been forced to undertake reforms something none of privious opposition leaders were able to achieve in their years as opposition of PP.Mr Gill is the person at this very moment leading the oppostion dito to SFP which is becoming one of the most powerful party in this country and that not because RAM wants or not but becuase the trust he enjoys among the people.You may like it or not but end it is a choice of the people you should accept this fact,trying to fake facts even when its cristal clear on the ground would further redicule RAM who still could not digest his recent defeat in Sulivan's garden.

Instead of critcizing for the sake of doing so and to secure tax payers money pay to you by Pp to play Pp's fools,why not join SFP in order that we bring about the change the peopleand country deserve?

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

Keep on dreaming Jeanne D'arc and it seems that you are living in a fake reality. When did the people endorse Mr Gill as the leader of opposition? Please stop blowing your own trumpet. Did the low turn out at Sullivan garden indicate support for Mr Gill or rather the fear in the people of Lepep revenge after their defeat in the assembly election. My afraid that I am not convince at all on the leadership qualities that you have bestowed on Mr Gill because so far he has not received the approval from the people whereas SNP,NDP and MR Boulle know where they stand as a party. The fate of SNP leader will be decided by a democratic process by the members of SNP through their convention. We respect your opinion on this matter by we do not value it. Let me make it crystal clear to you that we do not take orders from you which party we are going to associate with. We do not believe in dictatorial attitude. Seychelloises people are intelligent they can decide which party they want to associate with. Give us a break we want to be free in our thinking and in what we do . Stop patronizing us with your self professed leader that only you believed in. Did Mr Gill not attend Gappy and Lepep road map for electoral reforms where no consultations were made with the opposition parties. Please get real and be congruent in what you say.

Anonymous said...

Danny Faure:


He also said that as the country’s economy has become sound now, more financiers are regaining the confidence they had lost in Seychelles, and offering their partnership in the now-vibrant economy.

Anonymous said...

THat RAM could be in secret contact with PP is no surprise it has been his favorite sport since he is leader of SNP.

As to SNP candidates,i know little on Marc to give a point of view but as to Silvester,it is true that in his apst responsibility he delivered be it as Police officier,at the Protocol chief,but als oas a Pwersonal manager at Praslin beach back then.He was also to the contary to RAM someone who hold on to his independency and rejection of PP policies even when at times when he worked for PP.

Now is silvester really want to be by ideology or just forthe sake of being opposition leader?We know since he left the governemnt he has been living abraod thus conpletely away on the scene of our national politics.I would expect that an active and a person with the envy to actively and seriuosly participate in our national politics would have stayed in the country but however this will be for the SNP supporters ifany left to decide.May the best and genûine leader take over with the hope that he or she just want to gain the throne of SNP to continue RAM's stooge politics.

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

Herminie back from 125th Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary from Switzerland.Switzerland is a Democratic country i hope this guy has learn a bit want is democracy, any way even he has learn under communist he can not deliver democracy in the Seychelles Assembly.

Johnny

Anonymous said...

Ram and Michel are two parasite politicians.Ram are hanging on Michel and PP back for the last coupel of years and Michel is hanging on Khalifa back.

Anonymous said...

Michel and PP we give them until next year to walk staright.PP do you know the group call Anonymous that is hacking all computors of dictator and politician that are corrupt? BEWARE! This is a warning.

Anonymous said...

Sylvestre Radegonde....

I see that an earlier blogger is on Radegonde's case.
Please enlighten us: Is Radegonde a candidate for anything?
Has he told anyone that he was looking for a position from anyone?
The guy has opted to live abroad. How does this hurt anyone?
Let's focus on the important issues and let sleeping dogs lie.

Anonymous said...

Speech made by the Minister of Foreign Affairs on 9th September 2008 on the occasion of the celebration of the 39th anniversary of the Alfateh of the September Revolution.
President James Mancham
The Chief Justice
His Excellency Mr. Mohamed Aoun,
Ministers,
Members of Diplomatic Corps,
Distinguished Guests,
Ladies and Gentlemen,

We are here today to celebrate the 39th anniversary of the Alfateh of the September Revolution and the Government and people of Seychelles are proud and jubilant in joining the Government and people of Libya in commemorating this glorious day.

I would like to avail of this opportunity to convey a message of congratulations from President James Michel, the Government and people of Seychelles to President Muammar Al Gadhafi and to the Libyan Government and people our warm congratulations.

Excellency,

Since the establishment of diplomatic relations between Libya and Seychelles in 1976, our two countries have maintained very good relations.

I have no doubt that the future will bear testimony to a further development of these excellent ties.

Seychelles and Libya share common goals in strengthening our development in this age of globalisation.

We are pleased that the Libyan authorities have decided to reopen its diplomatic mission and have physical presence in Seychelles.

This surely augurs well for our future cooperation.

At this junction, I would like to acknowledge the dedication and effort being contributed by Libya to make African countries move together with boldness and help further strengthen our countries' social fabric and national cohesion.

I am convinced that our two governments will spare no efforts to explore new avenues towards this shared idea.

This destiny is shaped by the collective and cumulative effort of the whole of Africa
- our hope, aspiration for the future and pulling together through the bad and good times.

We look forward to collaborating with Libya in moulding Africa's future.

Ladies and gentlemen,

Please join me in a toast to the good health and prosperity of His Excellency Colonel Muammar Al Gadhafi and to the everlasting friendship, cooperation and partnerships between the peoples of Libya and Seychelles.

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Seychelles President James Michel is undertaking a one-day official visit to Libya at the invitation of Colonal Muammar al-Gaddafi, the leader and guide of the Revolution.

President Michel will be meeting with his counterpart to further enhance the bilateral relations between the two countries. It is to be recalled that the Libyan government announced in February the cancellation of 50 percent of Seychelles’ debt and the rescheduling of the remainder on favorable terms.

During the high level talks, the two leaders are expected to discuss matters of mutual importance such as the further development of the African Union, as well as the continued threat of piracy.

The President will be accompanied by the Secretary of State in the Office of the President, Mr. Jean-Paul Adam, and Mr. Charles Sorry, First Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Seychelles’ Executive Director at the African Development Bank, Mr. Peter Sinon, will also be joining the President in Tripoli from his current base at ADB Headquarters in Tunis.

Anonymous said...

The following statement has been issued today by the Seychelles Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr. Jean-Paul Adam:

The government of Seychelles has taken steps to recognize the Resident Embassy of Libya in Seychelles as the diplomatic representatives of the Transitional National Council as the governing authority of Libya.

Following months of violence and devastation, the government feels that the Transitional National Council (TNC) authorities are the best placed to represent the interests of the Libyan people and help the country take the necessary steps to achieving democracy.

The government stands firmly by principals of democratic elections, but as Libya has no electoral mechanisms in place, it feels that, given the process should be Libyan lead, the best custodian of that progression is the TNC.

The Libyan people are faced with a humanitarian crisis and remaining difficult times ahead; in order for the international community to assist the people in a quick and decisive manner, such steps to establish diplomatic channels with the governing authorities are necessary. The government feels that delaying this process is not in the best interest of the people, and it is duty-bound to encourage the stabilization process as best it can.

The government remains steadfast in its condemnation of violence against innocent civilians and sincerely hopes that this new phase of Libya’s transition to democracy is one of peace, reconciliation, and national unity, prioritizing the needs of its people above all else.

Anonymous said...

just published three speaches..by our foreign minister in 2008, james michel last year, and Jean paul adam this year...what a difference a year makes!!!last year, james michel and jean paul adam were both sucking gaddafis cpck, licking his arse, and generally letting him come on their faces, in praising gadaffi.
Now that he has been deposed and killed, see how fast jean paul back tracks....

Jean paul, you are a sorry excuse for a minister..like gadaffi, your family, has destroyed our country, your cousins ( the savys ) are just like gadaffi sons...you deserve the fate that they got....you get expensive educations abroad in the UK, spout and eschew democaracy, and then come back and shit on us...
By the way...those speeches were taken direct from the foreign ministry website, so you can`t deny the ownerschip.
when gadaffi is cancelling our debt, you are prepared to bend over for him, when gadaffi was murdering his own people and raping them, why were you silent ?
how can you break bread with a man who has systematically murdered his own people for 40 years ? if hitler were alive, would you have gone over to germany ?
You and james michel are a piece of shit..

Anonymous said...

jean paul, you were a devious cunt ever since polytechnic and 20 years later, still are...
you used to arrive everyday in a ministerial limousine at polytechnic, and then daddy paid for your little subaru.. paid for by our taxes..
what happened to gadaffi, will happen to you and michel....mark mu words

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile, our First President, First Chief Minister, First former President, First former Chief Minister, Papa de la Nation, Statesman par excellence has landed on a free flight from Abu Dhabi. Another First and a great victory for Seychelles!

Can somebody what David Savy was doing in the welcoming party?
He's been castigating the open skies policy all along.Is he now OK with it?
Opportunistic bastard.

Anonymous said...

What was Barry Faure on about?
When will he learn to respond to journalists' questions calmly and sensibly?

Pissedoff said...

Eoula fes ou manman so what if we broke bread with Gaddafi? Welcome to the world of politics you nincompoop! Yes we broke bread with Gaddafi! Tony Blair KISSED him on the cheeks THEN broke bread with him! Bush embraced him!
This was politics yesterday, it is politics today and guess what you moule a gouffre, it will be politics tomorrow and forever so go a piss off kouyon!

Yes I'm back and refreshed from a well deserved sojourn and will soon catch up on all your rubbish and start kicking your sad and sorry arses bann saperlipopette!

Did you miss me Totof and Tipol?

Anonymous said...

The above blogger is right. This is politics.No permanent friends and no permanent enemies.
Look at David Pierre.Yesterday he was describing James Michel as kapon. Today James is great.
Yesterday Mancham was overthrown and banished overseas. Today he's in bed with the very same people who overthrew and banished him.
Whoever said that politics is dirty could not be more right.

Anonymous said...

Did anyone notice Pussedoff was missing ?

Anonymous said...

Did pussedoff ever exist?

Anonymous said...

Pussedoff thinks so.

Anonymous said...

Etifad whatever the name.
Be Mancham ,Michel and all those in the same age.It seem to me all those guys are living in the past with a feel of colonialsm in them.They still think when they would parade around the world use and abuse our country name ,speak in our names even when not ask them to do so we will prasied them ,adore them as if we cannot think for ourselves.
THis is a new generation with different ways of thinking ,wishes,objectives,dreams that have nothing with or have parallel with those old frial guys.

I am sure once change come then only they would realizes how disconnected they are with reality.

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

the reason why Bush and Blair embraced ghadaffi is very simple...let me educate you...
UK and US are MAJOR players in the war against TERROR... the consensus was that it was better to have ghadaffi onside than against...plus the lockerbie bomber was about to released to Libya...it was for the greater good..
seychelles is NOT a major player in the world against terror or anything else....just a thieving opportunist country..the same as during FAR reign when there was a embargo against the south african govt, and rene was busy selling arms to them....

Anonymous said...

You right and one official reason given by experts on foreign policies was that in fact he was the perosn.country which dlelivered most inforamtion to USA etc on Alkida.But you haver noted that Michel has nothing to do or the same excuse as the USa and others may have.So Pp_mIchel has no exucuse and nor does Jenpa has one for calling gadhafi brtoher.

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

Pirates have just captured a Seychellois fishing boat in the West of Mahe.

Where is Chief Actor Michel, Co-star Morgan and their Abu Dhabi patrol boats and their Chinese surveillance plane? Where's our infamous Coast Guards and their new Indian Navy boat? Leopold too busy counting his money and flats?

Our Government is one pathetic load of bullshit and we must all continue to do our best to remove these idiots from power. While they are busy with Rene-sans Moral, pirates are crawling around Mahe.

Let us all pray to God that these poor fishermen return safely to their families.

Anonymous said...

politics is politics, and we all know about Bismark and his REALPOLITIK...JenPa knows this also, as we studied it st polytechnic together...all the major countries get into bed with their enemies, to resolve their current problems..
however, gadaffi was a mass murderer...if Stalin, Hitler,Polpot etc were alive today, would JenPa go their countries and call them ``brothers`` ?
Michel talks about morality and democracy, and then goes to bed with mass murdering despots...
JenPa is the type of person who would go to germany for a far right extremist meeting and then the following week host the israli ambassador for a holocaust memorial service!
I would love to see how the new NTC ambassador reacts to Jenpa, when they highlight the fact that Rene and ghadafi were thick as thieves and so were michel etc...when ghadaffi was killing en masse the brits and the americans were holding embargoes against him, etc..seychelles is just an opportunist country...if there is a revolition in the emirates, and sheik khalifa starts killing his own people, what are Jenpa and michel going to say ?

Anonymous said...

the biggest loss of american life, committed outside the US and in peacetime, was the lockerbie bombing, committed by the libyans, in the 1980´s..
the world and ghadaffi realised that with with rise of terrorism, al quaeda, the fall of iraq, it was better to have ghaddafi on their side...hence the meeting with blair and ghadaffi in the desert etc...even so, till this day, blair is heavily criticised for that meeting...what excuse does jenpa have for calling ghadaffi brother ? none...

Anonymous said...

Who said politic is dirty? Is politic a living things? Does politic think? The answer to the above questions is a big no? Guys get that very clear politic is not dirty ,is human beings like you and me who are dirty. If only this leaders were sincere and honest the world would be a better place. But unfortunately greed, power and immorality are the moral fabric of most politicians. The people can straighten these politicians if they only know how powerful they are and give these corrupt bastard some kicks in their teeth when they take us for fools.

Pissedoff said...

Above blogger; les mwan dir ou ki ou vreman kouyon don! How the hell does one define dirty?
Gill and Jeanne D'arc have dirty thoughts for each other and it stains their knickers! Now while you're cleaning their knickers try and clean their dirty thoughts as well!...and yes Gill wears laced knickers! And yes I was taliking to you Jean Claude Issac a.k.a. Johnny! Arete vin ek ou bann parol kinn ganny tir dan boyo sat sil vou plait bann imbecile!

Anonymous said...

You are such a fool you pissedoff your contribution is not worth look at. You are vulgar like those communists bastard. It takes a fool to identify others as fools. you are simply a scum bag with shit coming from your mouth.You uncivilized and brainless. You need to be blogging on these dirty sites.One day your vulgarity will take you down like your dictators idols. Find a work for you probably independence house will a good place. Take a good look at youself before you slander others. You are very low on the echelon of fools.

Anonymous said...

pissed off who are you? dont be afraid to show yourself, we aleready know you are SPPF no-one can touch you, so stop hiding.

Anonymous said...

PUC -

SBC and Danny Faure have prepared the way for an increase in the cost of water and electricity by early next year.

Gone are the subventions handed out before the last presidential elections. Like with everything else, you get it one day before elections and they're gone the day after.

Danny Faure says government cannot afford to support PUC. But his same government has opened a new embassy in UAE and is opening two more - in Cuba and Ethiopia shortly.
WHERE ARE OUR PRIORITIES????
Seychellois reveyez-vous!

Anonymous said...

Following his free ride on Etihad, Mancham feels he noe has to try and convince us that all is good in his little world, that it's OK for Khalifa and his clan to be given our land.
How much has opportunistic, money-loving Mancham be paid to lick the arabs' & James Michel's asses?
Love affair indeed!!!!

Anonymous said...

I renamed him Pussedoff a few days ago. As for Mancham, he might be in love with Khalifa but we are not. He is not our type, although he might wear a robe.

Anonymous said...

And did Faure told us there is a surplus this year?

Though Pissed does not want to hide ,he has no choice with the pressure exercise by opposition on PP and after a shocking and warning boycott sucessfully conducted by the opposition i am sure Pissedoff unlike the butcher has understood that change is inevitable and criminals would be prosecuted so best option for him not to get caught is reamain hiding.It might be a smart strategy on a short term but as the recent execution of Gadhafi recently shows there is no hiding place for dictators and cronies anymore.

Mancham action is an idication that he still has the same mentality he had back in the colonial time when most our citizen were still illeterated and just beleived in the words and actions of anybody with a title,name or higher responsibilty but this time is over,the new generation have different objectives,wishes,and there own ways of doing things and it is not in this time of new technology that the young genration mastered perfectly will follow persons with archiac mentality and ways of thinking.

Be the butcher,Mancham,whoever they must know that Seychellois do not recognize their selling out of our country to Arabs and other foreigners,and Seychellois do not like thier Arabs friends and are not ready to let the christian country be a colony of Arab despots.Khalifa investing to rebuild Victoria will not make us love him which Michel and Manchan would like and hope to see.We would have prefered to see Khalifa paying his taxes,duties etc instead of poring money in to porjects rthat should be the responsibility of Seychellois to do.

The last bogus namely allowing Khalifa to rebuild or modernize Victoria has one object namely to try and gain our love but also the investment is done to support PP and give us the impression that all this is because of Michel being a friend of Khalifa thus all we haiving is becuase of michel actions.Secondly,if Khalifa would pay his taxes then money that would have entered our financial system could be control and any project by goverenemnt would need the approval of the Assembly which might reject or moderate Pp in tis investment by allowing khalifa to just give a little mney here and there we donot have any control of what really his giveing or not thus allow Pp to steal,rob etc and enrich themselves.

Seychellois will never ever fall in love with a feudal lord nor with any Arabs despots nor will we ever praise him as if he is our King .Seychellois want two things namely have KhaLIFA PAY HIS DUES AND ACT WITHIN OUR RULE OF LAW OR LEAVE OUR COUNTRY.I will never be a Islamic state .

Jeanne D'arc

Anonymous said...

I hate that Alain St Ange voice.

Anonymous said...

Pissoff is a piss of dog.

Anonymous said...

Becoming a islam in Seychelles?Those guy will never conquer a christianity land like Seychelles.

LIKI POU SAL.

Anonymous said...

Islamisation of Seychelles:

James Michel and Ti Morgan have incorporated a mosque into the new Navy headquarters paid for by Khalifa.
The mosque in Victoria is being extended to accomodate 700 "faithfuls". Paid for by Khalifa family.
But we should not complain lest we're branded "zenofob".
Let's all get on our knees and thank Allah for sending us James Michel and Khalifa.

Anonymous said...

The presidential and national assembly elections now over, we need to start patying for James Michel's and Parti Lepep follies, for the bribes they dished out, for the fridges, cookers, washing machines given out for votes.
What a better place to start than with electricity. They'se so much in a hurry that they cannot wait for the beginning ofthe year and the new budget.
Pay up guys. There's more on the way.

Anonymous said...

Wake up you fools. Seychelles is becoming an Islamic state.
They conquer the Middle East by allowing men to marry as many women as they want and whoever converted to Islam did not have to pay taxes. Soon they will introduce the same system in Seychelles and you watch how seychellois will sell their souls to Mohammed the pedophile.

Prophet Mohammed assistant

Anonymous said...

We don't care who is paying,those suckers have to STOP putting they noise in Seychelles politic,and get the hell out of country.what are they up to giving some thing to get some thing back to make Seychelles look like his home land a desert just with building in the sand.Hey we want to keep Seychelles green.

For this person who say we speak big,but our action are very weak.NO if you want to achive some thing big you must plan it well before action even if it take 1 year.

They are some peoples working on some plans already,dont you worry when action will come will be a sunami for Michel.

Johnny

Anonymous said...

Raa...b...m Raa...b...m i shout man down,ho manman i just wanna free my peoples.

Anonymous said...

my seychellois brothers and sisters...maldives is an islamic country, where, like other countries like saudi arabia, sudan, somalia, iran etc, acts like homosexuality, adultery, fornication are punishable, under sharia law, by death.
If we are not careful, seychelles will also become an islamic country. Khalifa has already removed the coco de mer from our passports, and is exerting more and more control over us.
it is time we take over our country..
seychelles for seychelloise..the arabs and muslims can go to other countries...

Anonymous said...

it won`t be long before the taliban rule seychelles.
Under sharia law, the age of criminal responsibility for boys is 15 and girls are 9..there are shocking cases of boys aged 14 and 16 being hanged in iran for being gay ( even though the 14 year old boy was a minor, he was 15 at the time of his trial)..
James michel will sell seychelles to the arabs, seychelles will become an arab / islam state..when will you open your eyes ? when there are public executions, beheadings, stonings in town ?...
we want these arabs out!!!!

Anonymous said...

Well if this stops some well-placed people - eg in University of Seychelles - from "fornicating", so much the better!

Renesans Moral???? This is why I've said all along that James Michel's plan is just a charade. You can talk as much as you like and have "district consultations" as much as you like. Until somebody is brave enough to take the bull by the balls and ACT, we're going to remain in the same shit.Worst still, we're going to drown in it.

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