Sunday, December 11, 2011

Ralph Volcere Served with Court Papers - Mathilda strikes again!

Ralph Volcere served with papers to appear in court on Monday morning. Mathilda Twomey strikes again!


Last Night Friday 9th December, two CID police officers came to my house at around 6.30pm. They served me with court papers to appear before the supreme court on Monday 12th December at 9am. The complaint against me was made on the same day by judge of the court of apeal in regards to the front page article in this week's Weekly issue. The speed at which the papers were drafted and filed and a court date identified and delivered at my house was simply out of the ordinary. If all court cases are address in this manner. There would be no criminal in Seychelles. This is a clear move to stop me from publishing articles about the shennanigans of the CA. On Monday they will issue me with a gagging order. I am appealling to everyone fighting for democracy, freedom and justice for Seychelles to come down to court on Monday just before 9am to show support for the cause. See you there... we have lost a battle but not the war. God Bless all freedom loving people wherever you are in the world. Peace and Love to you all!! RALPH VOLCERE

SOME IMMEDIATE REACTIONS OFF FACEBOOK (which might be banned soon by James Michel and his Communist Party Lepep):

Dear All. Ralph Volcere, Leader of NDP and Editor of Weekly was served with summons to appear in court on Monday 12th December at 9am to answer charges laid against him by Mathilda Thowmey. They want to stop him from writing on the shameful judgement of the Court of Appeal. We must all gather at the court from 8am to give Ralph our full support. We stand for freedom of expression and justice. Enough is enough!

    • Evelyne Honorez Wish I could come to support you, Ralph! This is terrible! Good luck to you and to the people of the Seychelles!
      23 hours ago ·  ·  2
    • Michael 'ace' Sabadin A man can't ride your back unless it's bent. Martin Luther King, Jr.
      23 hours ago ·  ·  2
    • Claude Mondon Well what do you know. Seychelles unique by a thousand laws..no matter what the world may say we are truly unique. No doubt about that. We design our own democracy, our own human rights standards etc etc. The rest of the world Should follow. We are the best.
      23 hours ago ·  ·  4
    • Robin Johnston Hi Ralph take our constitution book to Court with you open the page that tells us about our freedom of speech and ask the judge to explain what it means!! then say you could not hear him and ask him to speak as loud as he can, then ask him what the PROBLEM IS? lol!
      23 hours ago ·  ·  5
    • Kathleen Sabrina Any way those who think tht u speak to much they mit go to hell becuse this call free speech the cid only going to poeple house for promosyon they must first seat think of 2morrow lol.
      22 hours ago · 
    • Gilles Moulinie Hang in there and don't give up the struggle. Look at how the so Leaders / Dictators are not getting taken out by their own people. One day like my dad always said... He would be proud of you as JBAEM as he was called wrote enough Poison Letters ...this is what SPUP used to call it... He was just expressing the Truth and Freedom of speech ... Freedom of the Press. Have a good Christmas my friends in the Seychelles...and let us all pray for a better New Year for all. Gilles Moulinie, Durban, South Africa.
      22 hours ago ·  ·  2
    • Christina de Comarmond I wish i could be there for support Ralph, but I will be there in spirit.
      21 hours ago · 
    • Elvis Joubert A few weeks ago Lepep stalwart Gustave Decomarmond wrote on his page the following after he was visited by 2 CIDS regarding comments he wrote on facebook about air seychelles.

      "I never knew our freedom of expression on such a popular social network like Facebook could be violated just coz a few 'untouchables' find it hard to swallow the truth & prefer to act as cowards & use their privileges to use the police to come & intimidate me!

      A sad day indeed & wot a worrying state of affairs in this country if FB is now being policed...just coz the truth, the whole truth & nothing but the truth hurts! Wot next...FB users will start disappearing under 'mysterious circumstances'"
      IT IS NOW OBVIOUS THAT 'UNTOUCHABLES & PRIVILEGED FEW " WILL USE WHATEVER MEANS TO SUPPRESS ALL FORMS OF FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND SPEECH.
      21 hours ago ·  ·  3
    • Behold TheThinker i wonder how many people will turn up on monday.
      21 hours ago · 
    • Sang Wong A Communist country by any other name!
      19 hours ago · 
    • Sang Wong An ILLEGAL COURT OF APPEALS, in an ILLEGAL SUPREME COURT of an ILLEGAL GOVERNMENT. Time to get rid of the FACADE and set up a country for SEYCHELLOIS PEOPLE. SEYCHELLOIS want their country BACK. NOW!
      19 hours ago · 
    • Jack Beck DECISION OF COURT OF APPEAL IN PDM CASE REWRITES THE CONSTITUTION

      The decision of the Court of Appeal in the case of the Popular Democratic Movement is devoid of legal justification and totally ignores the key provisions of the Constitution regarding the matter of the case. In this decision, the Judges of the Court of Appeal, JJ Macgregor, Twomey and Fernando, have not interpreted the Constitution as it exists, they have written their own. These Judges have decided that the wording of the Constitutional amendment is not suitable and they have made their own amendment.

      In its decision, delivered on December 9, 2011, the Court of Appeal found that the PDM was entitled to a proportionally elected seat in the National Assembly from the result of the general election held on October 1, 2011 because it had obtained over 10% of ‘valid votes’. It thus reversed the majority decision of the Constitutional Court given by CJ Egonda-Ntende and J Gaswaga and of the Seychelles Electoral Commission that the Constitution allocates proportionally elected seats on the basis of total ‘votes cast’ . The decisions of these institutions could have been overturned only with clear Constitutional basis which the Court of Appeal has not been able to provide.

      The Constitution makes very clear and specific distinction between the allocation of seats to directly elected members and to proportionally elected members.

      Article 78 of the Constitution states without ambiguity that the allocation of proportionally elected seats shall be as “specified in schedule 4”.

      This Schedule 4 carries the clear tile “Proportionally Elected Members” and deals only with such members. Thus the Constitution clearly sets different rules for the allocation of these seats. The Judges of the Court of Appeal have no basis for saying that the two must be the same.

      This Schedule 4 contains the provision that has been quoted so often and which was the basis of the Judgement of JJ Egonda-Ntende and Gaswaga of the Constitutional Court.

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

      As the two judges of the Constitutional Court stated in their decision, the Constitution has in several instances used the terms ‘votes cast’ and ‘valid votes’ and it is clear that there are two different meanings. ‘Votes cast’ as stated in Schedule 4 is different from ‘valid votes’.

      Votes cast can only mean votes that are put in the box. As CJ Egonda-Ntende stated, this is the only possible interpretation. The action of casting the vote comes before any interpretation of the vote as being valid or not. If a vote is invalid, it does not alter the fact that it has been cast.

      CAJ Fernando’s statement argues that the Constitution could not have intended to recognise that a person would not vote or would cast an invalid vote. But this is precisely what Schedule 4 does.

      The principle of using total ‘votes cast’ may be misguided. If this is so, then we have to go back and change the Constitution. The Judges have no right to ignore what the Constitution says.

      The Judges of the Court of Appeal have fallen back, as Judge Burhan did in the Constitutional Court Case, on the Elections Act, which prescribes a different method of tallying the votes. But it is very clear that the Elections Act does not apply to Proportionally Elected Seats.

      This is how the Elections Act begins:

      Short title and Application 1. (1) This Act may be cited as the Elections Act.

      (2) This Act shall apply for the purposes of: -

      (a) an election of the President

      (b) an election of a directly elected member of the National Assembly

      (c) a referendum.

      The Act does not include ‘Proportionally Elected Members’ in its stated purpose and makes no mention of proportionally elected seats. In seeking to rest their judgement on it, the Judges are grasping thin air.

      The decision of the Court of Appeal, being so weak in legal justification, undermines the credibility of the Judiciary as the guardian of the Constitution and the law. The decision has grave consequences for our democratic system because it allows the composition of a National Assembly that is not according to the Constitution and by that sets aside the wishes of the electorate.

      The Court of Appeal has, in this ill-considered decision, diminished the credibility of the Constitutional Court, of Chief Justice Egenda-Ntende and of the Seychelles Electoral Commission.

      Seychelles National Party
      December 9, 2011
      19 hours ago ·  ·  1
    • Kareen Laurencine God be with you
      17 hours ago · 
    • Myrna Confait Have faith and believe in you , there are consequences of being a politician, its not an easy job. You trying to find justice and fight for the people's right. Its a long winding road Ralph and lonely but your belief and Passion for it and trustworthy people who believe in you will soldier on hopefully by your side.God luck and god bless,
      17 hours ago ·  ·  1
    • Behold TheThinker i have to see it to believe it. too many cowards around.
      16 hours ago · 
    • Myrna Confait In life, we all can't be doctors, teachers, dentists , mothers and fathers , brothers and sisters. Like there are good politicians and shit politicians.its not about cowardice,, its their lively hood for of the people of Seychelles.Years and years of struggle. Let down numerous time..whether to believe all promises...
      15 hours ago · 
    • Jacques Pool Hold on tight bro! United we stand behind you!
      15 hours ago ·  ·  2
    • Sandra Volcere Hey Dad! Such a shame that it's come to this! I've been trying to call but I can't get through, hope you are safe. I'm so proud that you have the resilience and courage to stand up for what you believe in. Good luck for Monday! Stand tall and stay strong! Xx
      13 hours ago ·  ·  5
    • Guy J. Confait It is one party state. This is what happen.
      10 hours ago · 
    • Doris Volcere Be safe, we stand by you always
      10 hours ago · 
    • Sang Wong You said it Guy! A one man band! A bloody joke if you ask me!
      7 hours ago · 
    • Mirenda Monthy hey ralph stay strong
      29 minutes ago · 

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Anonymous said...

Now, here is a reason, a very good one for us all to assemble outside the supreme court on Monday morning.

Let's do it peacefully, orderly, but let's all be there.
It's time we stood up for our freedom of speech, for our freedom.

Anonymous said...

Criminal are roaming around our streets, our courts have backlog of cases of all types up to their eyeballs but to gag you, suddenly judges find the time!

This is a joke. But our whole system is a joke.

I'll be there on Monday morning.

Anonymous said...

Ralph, take Robin Johnstone's advice:

Hi Ralph take our constitution book to Court with you open the page that tells us about our freedom of speech and ask the judge to explain what it means!! then say you could not hear him and ask him to speak as loud as he can, then ask him what the PROBLEM IS? lol!

Anonymous said...

Mathilda Twomey is a bloddy traitor who has suddenly become rich off bacause Michel appointed her as a judge. She is not even qualified to be a judge, with only a few cases under her belt and a foul mouth to boot. She is truly a bloody disgrace to the bench, as is MCgregor and that pineapple face fool called Govinden. A bunch of monkeys could give us a better judgement.

Give them hell Ralph. Let them take you to jail too. It is time for a march in Victoria which will have James Michel pissing in his pants with fear. Even his good friend the Brigadier is starting to get cold feet having seen what happened to Gaddafi's henchmen in the so-called Liberation army.

Anonymous said...

They can try to silence us but we will keep coming back. FUCK YOU James Michel and FUCK YOU Matilda.

Anonymous said...

To all the slow learners in both the SNP and the Dead Party...... and that there is a bloody great big difference between Ralph Volcere's "freedom of speech" and Ralph Volcere being in contempt of
Court......full stop.

And a message to Ralph....if you did what you did in Australia, you will go directly to jail without fail. My advice to you is to publicly retract your comments in regards to the Case/ and ask the Judge for forgiveness for being so bloody naive. I hope that this is a lesson for everyone that one should never publicly make comments on any court case regardless of how trivial or criminal the case may be.

Regards Ti Kreol Le O.

Anonymous said...

LETS TAKE IN THE STREET SESELWA!

Anonymous said...

We must give our support to Mr Volcere and any other Seychellois victim of communist atrocities and against this communist arbitary and biased justice.We must say no to these kinds of authoritarian practices being conducted by under- qualified judges that cannot even interpret what they read and ignores all rules of law practices.

Mr Volcere must do as Johnson propose ,ask this prostute to expalin first the defination in the consitutuion before even answering any rediculous question form this Prostitute namely Mathida.

Mr.volcere should also bringing a list of crimes comiited by Pp and his gang of crooks-",5 billion missing in our coferr,The whereabout of all those Seychellois who disappeared under Pp communist regime,ourv4,5 million Morgan stole,investigate Guy Adam,Glenny from corruption and for stealing millions from theSEPEC.IDC,investigate Michel and his ministers from the illeggal selling out of our patrimony and passports to foreigners and Arab despots,and so on.

Time to deal with this crooks frimly,time for regime change.

Jeanne DÂrc

Anonymous said...

Toklo
Criminals must face justice not those who defending justice.The criminlas in this country are well-known they all members of the communist regime who started their crimes in 1977 by raping our democracy and have execute many inoncent Seychellois whose body are still to be recoverd.

Time for regime change ,to to bring Pp to justice for their atrocities on the people of Seychelles.

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

Pissoff aka Tiklo why you dont go to church on a sunday morning and remove those devils in your ass,no one is afraid with your bullshit comment,i told you before those day has gone you sougoula you are still living in the past you old bag.

Anonymous said...

I agree with Jeanne D'acr we have to give our support to Ralph.

Anonymous said...

These judges really think they have a reputation and credibility to protect, especially after their recent judgement in the PDM case ?

Twomey is obviously showing gratitude to Parti Lepep for rescuing her from the pits in Ireland. Our democracy is paying for this, as Twomey rapes the constitution to get Pierre in the assembly. In her view, the Election Act is more important than the Constitution. Where do we get these judges from ?

The PDM case has shown that Twomey's decisions cannot be trusted as impartial and that Twomey is a very poor judge.

Twomey is waging war against the Opposition. She should spend her time learning the law.

If the judges behave like crooks, the calls for social renaissance will fall on deaf ears.

The judiciary is a disgraceful establishment and Twomey fits well in there.

The incompetent judges find it much easier to bend to Parti Lepep's wishes. The competent ones can stand us for an impartial judiciary. Twomey's latest judgement shows that she is not competent. Our democracy is paying a terrible price for the fact that Twomey had not been practising the law for many years before her appointment to the Court of Appeal. Poor appointments, poor judgments and our country remains in the shit.

Anonymous said...

Even the Russans have started to revolt.

Anonymous said...

Johnny is a SFP suppoter!but i will be in victoria on Monday morning with my camera,just to make the group big and give a bit my support to Ralph.Things like that Seselwa can not take it and tolerate any more time to make communist piee in their pants.Seen a long time am for a invetation like this,for their tear gas i been prepare seen 2 years.

Johnny

Anonymous said...

RUSSIANS PEOPLES WANT ALSO TO SEE COMMUNIST BE BURIED.

NO FUTURE WITH COMMUNIST KILLERS LIKE IN SEYCHELLES.

CONTROLING MOSTLY EVERY THING LIKE RADIO STATION,TV STATION,COURT ECT....

Anonymous said...

To the devilish-Jak-Ass that means trou fes in my mother tongue.... can you tell me where in the constitution says that I have to "go to church on Sunday morning?."

My body is my Church. I do hope ki Judge Matilda i bien dres la po lagel Ralphus Volcerus because you slow learners have no respect for our Institutions what so ever.

Anonymous said...

And by the way, we shall see on monday morning who has been living in the past.

Anonymous said...

I am most surprised with Guy J Confait's comment that "that's what happens in a one party state."

Well monsieur Confait, don't blame me for voting with the majority of the Seychellois voters in the last election. I blame you for being part of the "boycott Brigade." To all those who did not vote or spoilt there votes, you can either suck your thump or like Gill likes doing, go suck on an egg.

Moin TIKLO.....pa moin Peace Off.

Anonymous said...

Below is the article from Seychelles Weekly, dated 9 December, the day of the Court of Appeal's infamous judgement in the PDM affair. The Court has since ruled in favour of PDM. With all 3 judges having current or past close or personal connections to the ruling party, it was naive to expect a different ruling.

This is tragic to our democracy.
DIRTY TACTICS TO GET DAVID PIERRE INTO THE ASSEMBLY

We have been receiving highly credible information that Parti Lepep are reverting to dirty tactics to get David Pierre and the PDM into the National Assembly. Pressure is being exerted on the panel of judges to overrule the decision of the Constitutional Court that ruled against the eligibility of the PDM for a proportional seat in the Assembly based on the results of the boycotted assembly elections.

In a last ditch attempt to get PDM to the assembly and add some credibility to the single party assembly, the government of James Michel has the support of the Attorney General. Mr Ronny Govinden has shifted his allegiance from the State to connive with government in supporting Parti Lepep, and has distanced himself from the Chairman of the Electoral Commission who has been forced to resort to seeking legal representation from another lawyer. This is tragic to our democracy.

The most troubling aspect of this sad episode that is being played out lies with the panel of judges of the Court of Appeal. The chairman, Mr Francis MacGregor, himself a former speaker of the Assembly and Central Committee member of Parti Lepep, is still active in his support of the party. Only two weeks back, we published a letter he sent to the Constitutional Appointments Authority where he has attempted to influence their decision in appointing the controversial Judge Domah to the Appeals Court for a second tenure. Judge MacGregor will waste no effort to submit to his political masters in reversing the ruling of the Constitutional Court.

Anonymous said...

continuation ...



Furthermore, MacGregor was one of the lawyers together with Albert Rene, William Herminie and France Bonte during the drafting of the present Constitution. He was also a Central Committee member of the SPPF and former post of the caucus that would determine the amendment in 1996. As speaker of the National Assembly in 1996, he presided over the approval of the same constitutional amendment bill.

Will he now be the one to undo all he has tirelessly fought for ? The second member of the panel happens to be the sister of the former Secretary of State and currently consultant to James Michel, Mr Alain Butler-Payette. Mrs Mathilda Twomey is a Seychelloise residing in Ireland and was appointed to the Appeals Court by James Michel early this year. With the full support of her brother, she has been appointed and hired as a foreign judge with all the perks that are accorded to foreign judges, it is alleged.

This includes accommodation, free passage and a hefty allowance paid in foreign exchange. We hope that she will not find it very difficult to rule against the wishes of the ruling party.

The third and last member of the panel is Judge Fernando, who is much respected and maintains the respect of the judicial community.

Words have already been leaking through the legal community about the maneuvers to overrule the decision of the Constitutional Court and not everybody is happy.

There is serious concern that if the Appeals Court overturn the ruling of the Constitutional Court of which the Chief Justice was the chairman, the judiciary will lose all the limited credibility it had gained and the whole system turned into a joke.

Parti Lepep will stop at nothing to undermine the authority of the courts to retain power and deny the people of the Seychelles the reforms that are badly needed. Having failed to get their surrogate political ally to the assembly through the massive use of money, they are now determined to achieve it through the undermining of the courts.

This is too dangerous a situation that the people of Seychelles should keep in check. We shall not allow the government to order the court as they wish.

Seychelles Weekly 9 December 2011

Anonymous said...

Despite the kind words for Fernando in Seychelles Weekly, it must be remembered that he is a former Attorney General. You do not get appointed to these posts unless you support Parti Lepep. The fact that he was then appointed a Court of Appeal judge shows that Parti Lepep trusts him to deliver the goods when it matters.

It is amazing that these 3 judges did not see their conflict of interests in sitting on this politically sensitive case. They did not recognise that their political or family associations with Parti Lepep will make them look like crooks. With an attitude like this, it is not hard to see why Mathilda Twomey did not make it in the Irish legal profession.

None of them had a right to sit on this case, unless it was a blatant attempt to rig the panel and the judgement.

The lack of professionalism and ethics is breathtaking. They now have the audacity to haul the editor of a non-Parti Lepep newspaper before them because he has written what all right-minded Seychellois have been thinking about.

It is quite clear that when David Pierre becomes the leader of the opposition, he was not elected at the ballot box but he has been appointed by Parti Lepep and judges who had no professional or ethical right to sit on the case and overturn the decision of the Constitutional Court. The new leader of the opposition will not represent the opposition in the country and will certainly lack honour.

Anonymous said...

To all of us who are going to the supreme court on Monday morning:
Let's do it peacefully.
Let's not give anyone any reason to resort to force and tear gas.
Let's peacefully assemble at the supreme court to give our support to Ralph and show James Michel that we're disgusted with his antics.
let the international community see that seychellois refuse to be James Michel's doormat.

Rest assured that already messages are reaching the foreign governments who have an interest in Seychelles and they will all be watching what happens on Monday.

In the interest of our country, James Michel should tread carefully. Very carefully.

Anonymous said...

But the court acted very fast, didn't they?

What about the hundreds of cases that are waiting to be heard and for justice to be delivered?

What James Michel wants James Michel gets.

En Nouvo Sesel!!!!

Anonymous said...

Just playback a little:

Matilda Twomwey-Butler Payette was one of the most vocal opponents of SPPF/Parti Lepep. The leaders of this party could not do anything good for Seychelles.

Fast forward:

Her whiskey-drinking brother, alain, gets appointed Secreatry of State and stays on as James Michel's consultant and speech writer when he leaves the position.
Mathilda gets appointed as a justice of the court of appeal.

Would the girl act any different?
Can we logically expect her to act any different?????

Anonymous said...

Porstitute MAthida is a lawywer by profession and thus did not have a formation to be a judge.In a democracy like Europe there is a different between the two and it is toe different porfession that one learn seperately.In europe if a lawyer wants to be a judge he or she must go back to the school bench and learn it ,in other words being a lawyer is not enough and dooes not make you a judge automatically like here in this country under Pp communsit.

Time for change.

Jeanne DÂrc

Anonymous said...

To justify their judgement which looks CORRUPT, the judges have had to tell us that the CONSTITUTION is not the supreme law of the land. The CONSTITUTION is inferior to the Election Act, they say. Where did Waltzing Mathilda and her co-conspirators learn their law studies ?

If her brother Alain Butler-Payette pulled strings for her appointment, then Mathilda is a corrupt judge for sitting on this case. This judgement tells us that her appointment was a corrupt affair.

Where is the social renaissance with the fat cat judges ?

Anonymous said...

Volcere's appearance in court will be another golden opportunity for a corrupt judge to ingratiate himself with Parti Lepep. Wonder which one thinks he has just won Trebble Chance ?

Anonymous said...

Reading what the Weekly printed, I have come to the conclusion that Volcere is in deep shit.

Volcere has discarded some sound advise that he has to "tat son delo avan i saute la dan."

Anonymous said...

Volcere has a right to express himself whether Pp likes it or not.I think it not Volcere that is in shit but PP and his gang of under-qualified judges .Their competent are in question.


Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

Come on guys..Ralph is no saint. In sanpleman mal tat son delo this time around!!

Anonymous said...

He is not a saint but a human being with rights and dignity.

The problem is not Ralph but the communist regime which we need to topple,for they should be in the court room for their accountable crimes .

Time to topple Pp.

Jeanne DÂrc

Anonymous said...

I think it is more likely to be the timing (showing contempt to judges) than the contents (libel) of the article.

If Mathilda Twomey thinks she has been libelled, she should sue like everybody else has to and not abuse her position, especially after that corruptible judgement, by dragging Volcere to the court.

After her shameful and incompetent decision on Friday morning, she decided to intimidate the editor of Seychelles Weekly in the afternoon. She will earn respect by behaving like an upright judge does, not like a corrupt judge does. She should not try to silence the free press, on top of shameful judgements.

After the judgement on Friday, we should not be surprised by dirty tricks the judges come up with. They are a contemptible lot. They take one step forward and ten steps backward. Ireland was right to ignore this so-called lawyer and perhaps brother Alain did have to pull strings to get sister Mathilda appointed.

Judges like Twomey are happy with political interference in the judiciary and in turn interfere with the free press on behalf of their political paymasters. She is a disgrace.

Anonymous said...

The dictators are falling all over the world. James Michel and his corrupt government will soon disappear with the voice of the seychellois people. So to all seychellois get ready let us march for our freedom and liberty. The Arabs are taking our land and soon our Country let's kick them out before its too late.

Anonymous said...

You Know Mithada was disturbing tonight i would send my own gang go right to her house enter by force and give her lesson ^namely beat her until she can no longer walk and i am sure on Monday there would have been many Pp cronies giving their demmission from fear that they experience the same fate.

I am asking,begging Pp to come for me and do force them to come for me .i say shoot Michel down ,i hope by tommmrrrow morning Michel thugs would be by my door steps.
come Pp come intimidate me donkeys.

Jeanne D?Arc

Anonymous said...

Dear Mr R Volcer,

We have read the above comments.

Reunion, Mauritius, Sechelles Seychelles Nation was not make overnight - meaning the need to look at 350 years Tradition and values - Judiciary.

There is the important need for you to step back and indeed think very hard - the decision for Sir James Mancham to step down as President of DP - the renaming and conceoption of NDP its history, leading to your appointment. For once try and put yourself in the trousser and shoe of those who build SDP and DP - They did not have it easy either - we were there.

We all need a helping hand and support in our work and endeavours.

The issues is if we can be of help - "for the pear or apple to fall on your good head" - is about that SIROP etc exile/refugee $500 - $800 millions return program.

We pressed you to take on board - the call at the Presidential election of the SIROP etc exile/refugee program, demand a National review. Ask for a two tier Parliament Senate - you have refused. Come the National assembly election - we made the same request in the name of those 20,000 Seychelles exile/refugees, they laid the foundation of the Seychelles Democratic party and the Planters Association. You completely ignored this request on their behalf as President of NDP.

On Monday Morning when you face those supporters and the public who have come to watch - please think very very hard, what we have written here - we need not have done it. You and our person whilst in exile in Britain know a great deal of Northern Ireland and Republic Ireland Politic, history and grave issues. Yet knowing you refuse to take up the cause of the 20,000 exile/refugee in exile - they founded the SDP/DP their children and grand children.

Anybody who take the responsibility of SDP, DP or NDP need to understand the greater workings of the Seychelles its founding fathers - archaic, fraternal, Illuminati, Masonnic - heritage.

As Editor of Le Nouveau Seychelles Weekly and you have/must have followed regional Africa, Indian Ocean, North Africa, Gulf Region, Asia, the USA, China, Russia, EU to look much deeper into issues for all the crap that is written after wards - what we wrote to former President Gabriel Hoareau of SNM/MPR two days ago - the very important faith/belief power in the making of the ECU/Euro, all those who have prefered to forget with billions and trillions and certainly resources that will frighten our person, their plight and situation. The situation of PM Cameron, our important work with then Lady Tacther and somewhat with PM John Major - Conservative.

You have been priviledge to share many of those issues with our person as exile/refugee in exile.

Make a big print out of what we have written/address here - when you seat facing the Court and the Media focus on its contents.

Then let Justice work - we are very well aware of the Association of Lawyers in Seychelles, their contacts to the outside world.

Eqully do you best to remember the state of LUNGOS prior to return of Multi party - we have turned the earth upside down and moved mountains that - LUNGOS is what it is today - very far from a good working National Institution.

Anonymous said...

Hi Ralph, My brother they took your freedom away once forcing you into exile. you endured so much with this dictatorship regime they do not know the real meaning of democracy a bunch of uneducated like James Michel himself who knows only how to fire an AK47 rifle on its own people, but doesn't know how to clean the said rifle.There should be a revolt in Seychelles people should take to the street in masses and cry for their freedom being oppressed by a corrupt leader James Michel and his folowers.

Anonymous said...

What they did in 1977 will not happen again.This time around,if they donot kill us ,we will kill them.

Anonymous said...

It is not that difficult to stop Pp and its thugs.
I repeat when Pp come to brutalize you go and brutalize Pp members ,those incharge of districts like Mitzy and families.I am convinvced once you kill one or two,many of those Pp cronies at Distircts level will give their demmission overnight from fear.When Police brutalize you ,go to police station anyone put fire in them.When Michel still does not get the message after those action ,take the fight to a higher lelvel attack foreigners becuase them the would go back to their homes and they would inform their govenremnt of the case thus putting interantional pressure on Pp communist regime.

Pp must be deal with by using all means.And do not hesitate to do it .

Time for regime change.

NB:i begging Michel/PP to come and intimidate me,please come PP,Mithada wehoever,for i want to intimidate ino rder that i teach you communist a lesssn you never dreamt of.Please Michel send Marengo to my house tonight.I beg you donkey.

jeanne D'Arc

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

IF we strike we must tell all teachers and students in the university to put their books and pens down and all nurses and all peoples who work with tourism and in the tuna factory to stay at home.Soon we have to start to send them some flier by post.

Johnny

Anonymous said...

OH GOD PLEASE HAVE MERCY ON US,PLEASE GOD INSTEAD OF DESTROYING OUR SMALL VICTORIA.PLEASE GOD DO IT QUICKLY.
HAVE MERCY ON US MY DEAR LORD.
THE SMALL SEYCHELLES REALLY NEED YOU.

Anonymous said...

Pp is feeling the end approaching,all thsse laster intimidation tactics perpetrated by Pp and cronies confirm that.

Time for regime change.

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

The best chance of winning is to get into the fight!

A FREEDOM LOVING SESELWA

Anonymous said...

I'm so excited about tomorrow that I cannot sleep.

Guys, I say again, let's make our voices heard PEACEFULLY. Let's not give these murderers any reason to send their gard baton after us.
Let's assemble at the supreme court peacefully. let's wait and see what the court decides.
If, for exercising his right of free speech Ralph Volcere gets dragged to jail, Ti Morgan and gro Quatre better find place for all of us as well.

Let us tread carefully, but let James Michel know that we're not prepared to accept any more bullshit from him.

Sesel pou Seselwa.

Anonymous said...

I hear the previous blogger but cowards we are not.
We have stayed quiet long enough.
Let Victoria hear the sound of our voices.

Anonymous said...

Mathilda Twomey, by her decision last Friday, smells like a corrupt judge, a failed lawyer now on the make after being appointed to the Court of Appeal by Parti Lepep. No wonder she gets touchy when her deals with Parti Lepep government are mentioned.

She seems quite happy doing Parti Lepep's dirty work in the judiciary. Parti Lepep's work of nobbling this particular judge will be quite easy.

Who really believes that the judges did not take orders from Parti Lepep to give that disgraced decision last Friday ?

If she had an ounce of decency in her, she would not have sat on this political case because of her connections with Parti Lepep. She did sit on the case, to give a decision to please her political paymasters and favour-givers. She has prostituted herself and showed us that she has no ethics and morals at all. Now she wants to silence the critics of bent judges by jailing the editor of Seychelles Weekly and making an example of him. She must have a lot of hide from us. If she is excessively angry at criticisms of corrupt judges, perhaps it is because she is one and last Friday's decision proves it.

Anonymous said...

In 1977 when we left Sechelles Seychelles for exile, the meeting with President FA Rene and then President Mancham at Reef Hotel - Minister David Joubert, Minister Andre Uzice for Agriculture and Minister Chammery Chetty and Minister Pragasen, our meeting, not to exclude then exile in Praslin Supt Pillay. All those leading Seychellois personalities and expat who knew us the political reason to go in exile. What had taken place in Zanzibar , Kenya, Tanganika and Uganda - the list of prominent Seychellois and expat who had drawn up/proposed an undergroung government - similar departue like Ian Smith - why they hesitated, I/we knew if they did not act they would also loose everything and they lost everything.

For this good reason, those Austrian Officials, relative of my ex wife in Tirol and many friends - could not/did not understand the thinking, human approach, comportment - they knew they would loose everuthin they had the means to react and they did not. Hence those and the Lord made it possible that we/I had the elite of Salzburg University psycologist and later supported with/by a Team of Austria leading psycologist - upon going to Vienna those individuals in similar field we were in contact. We learnt a very great deal into human tinking and decision process - there after/35 years study/love for this subject.

Events and 25 years of history regarding that SIROP etc exile/refugee program, those Seychelles politicians who had been in exile/suppered greatly, had learnt a great deal of European thinking, all its complexities yet they had the opportunity to change everything after the announcement in 1990/91 they did not and could not. We spent a great deal of time visiting Sigmund Freud Musuem in Hamstead because of this issue.

Here is a case to put it bluntly - the majority of then leading plantation owners Seychellois, with all their then reslurces they froze to take the military decision to stop events which followed after independence. The seychellois exile/refugees they froze to take the none military approach it required to impliment that SIROP etc exile/refugee $500 - $800 millions program.

Time and time again Mr Gerrard Houreau the SNM/MPR Leader shared his/this concern. Three leading/well known International Soldier - stated and made plain their concern in this respect.

Anonymous said...

We ask to be excuse, for/to all those who know, have read our excuses forfor being able to come Home - Sechelles Seychelles on the Tuesday flight last week.

On Facebook, our community Forums explained our reasons - particularly the 13 attempts we made to meet/have a meeting with President FA Rene at Maison du Peuple and the logs should be available.

The issues of the $40 - $50 BILLIONS gearing associated with the SIROP etc exile/refugee program - when everybody was saying the government would go bankrupt with $800 millions to $1.5 billions. The other mega amount which had vanished somewhere.

President FA Rene is a wise individual - just in the USA 62 major Banks when bankrupt/had to go bankrupt in case it does not sink in " archaic, fraternal, illuminati, Masonic" discipline and their mechanism - We had told the staff at maison due Peuple what to expect after the mega tsunami in 2004/5 killed 500,000 and some $800 billions in economic destruction "archaic, fraternal, illuminati and masonic discipine" after the 13th attempt to have a meeting with President FA Rene in 2009.

In which case the situation would have been different in Sechelles Seychelles, that Court case 13/12/11 of Mr Ralph Volcer Leader of NDP - had it taken place then beside our effort by the Court and other Judiciary, Constitutional Court, LUNGOS register that SIROP ETC exile/refugee program - including the SFP, Mr Christopher Gill who has offered us his important support.

We ask, requst and insist that those who can make copy of our three comment here, present to Rdio Seychelles,the Commissioner of Police, the Head of Seychelles Defence Force, the National Assembly and the Diplomatic Corp in Seychelles in case plastic bullets and tear gas start flying like the Riot and incident for the TV and radio station debate - 3/4 years ago.

Anonymous said...

Can somebody with IT knowledge set up a Twitter for this Court Case so that we can get updates - for that matter other members of our around the world, media and respective Human Rights activist.

Thank you

Anonymous said...

Where is everybody?
What is going on?

Anonymous said...

san mem sa nou kreol sa... zanmen zot pou tir SPPF lo pouvoir...

Anonymous said...

The court has postponed hearing Ralph volcere's case.

No details yet.

Anonymous said...

Reading the article in last Friday's Seychelles Weekly, I can see why Waltzing Mathilda Twomey got her knickers in a twist. She had earlier told us that what is clearly written in the constitution is wrong and that the constitution should have written something else. She took it upon herself to re-write the constitution to give Parti Lepep government what they wanted.

That stinks ! That smells of corruption !

The free press is entitled to deliberate on her real motives. We live in a corrupt country and we have had openly corrupt judges in the past.

Why should Waltzing Mathilda want us to think that she is not one of those corrupt judges to disgrace our courts ? She does after all have personal connections to Parti Lepep in the shape of his brother. Such connections can be a source of corruption.

Her terms of employment have not been made public and may well include inducements to give corrupt decisions to please the government.

The government is corrupt ! We have seen corrupt judges before ! We will see corrupt judges again !

Last Friday's decision tells us that we should be forever on our guard for corrupt judges in the judiciary, when their decisions are what Parti Lepep desperately wants.

I hope Mathilda is not accusing the editor of Seychelles Weekly of trying to influence the decision of the Court of Appeal judges. That would be a joke and it would be two jokes in one day from her. Their decision has been the talk of the town for days. It is Parti Lepep government that tries to influence judges and give sthem orders. All too often it succeeds.

The article in Seychelles Weekly was trying to safeguard the credibility and independence of the judiciary. Non-corrupt judges will support Seychelles Weekly for that, not summon its editor to a kangaroo court. Corrupt judges will cry foul.

Quite clearly, we need to safeguard the credibility and independence of the judiciary from the likes of Mathilda Twomey and Parti Lepep.

Is this country beyond redemption now ? Have those at the top now given up any pretence of having a modicum of moral values ?

Is this still the year of social renaissance ? In the current climate, it is like flogging a dead horse.

Anonymous said...

The Court must have set/given a date, can the person please come back.

Anonymous said...

The influence on the Court of Appeal judges came from Parti Lepep. If the judges are honest, they will accept that. But I do not expect them to accept it.

Make no mistake. This was not a judgement on the interpretation of the constitution. It was a judgement on the opposition and the boycott.

Mathilda Twomey and her two cohorts should hang their heads in shame. If they can still feel shame.

The leaders of this country want social and moral renaissance in households across the country, while they act like alley cats. Anyone who feels that this country must change for the better, must realise that the government must be changed first.

Anonymous said...

Wavel Ramkalawan
Ralph Volcere in court this morning. Lawyer ANtony Derjacques assisted by Mr. Joel Camille and Mrs Alexia Amesbury did a great job. The case will be mentioned again on Wednesday 14th at 9am. 'Judge' Mathilda Thomey was escorted to court under high security - 3 policemen! Over 100 people responded to our call to come and support Ralph. We ask you all to come down again on Wednesday at 9am. We have to stand for justice and freedom of expression. Enough is Enough!

From Wavel Ramkalawan's Facebook

Anonymous said...

Twomey must have a guilty conscience, as we suspect. She has brought the Court of Appeal into disrepute in a matter of months.

Anonymous said...

Presumably the police escort was arranged in connivance with Parti Lepep government, much like her judgement last Friday I would say ! Any pictures ? She must have cut a pathetic figure.

I bet she can't wait for the case to reach the Court of Appeal, so she can dispense her own justice.

Anonymous said...

Mathilda Twomey, you are a disgrace to the robe that you wear and you are definitely a corrupt judge along with your 2 copains judges.

It is quite clear that you understood the meaning of "votes cast". Sadly, you have buried your head in the Party Lepep sand and you must now pay the master who feeds you: James Michel and the monster called Party Lepep. Once they have you in their grip, you can never leave. Thus, you have just become a slave to its corrupt system and that makes you as corrupt as the other members.

So Mrs. Twomey, if you have lost your marbles like James Michel, let me, a non-corrupt lawyer, refresh your memory.

"To cast one's vote = to place one's ballot in the ballot box."

Very simple, isn't it. Do you see the word "valid" anywhere?

And if the Constitution happens to be wrong, then by all means, tell us that it is wrong but that you as a simple citizen, cannot change it without the country having a referendum or the National Assembly voting for a change. But for Christ's sake, do not for one minute believe that you have the right to rewrite our Constitution on your own. Stop acting like God and as if you were working on behalf of the people of Seychelles.

Your action has hurt our democracy and for that, you are as corrupt as James Michel. Now get off your high horse that Michel has just put you on and remember what your EDUCATED parents stood for when we were under British rule (that's where you received your education, n'est ce pas?).

Absolutely disgraceful Mathilda and I am ashamed to have been called your friend once. Your action has disgraced our courts and our profession. You shall forever walk alone.

Anonymous said...

I read that Ramkalawan is calling for the resignation of Mathilda Twomey. We should support his call.

Twomey has brought into disrepute both the judgement of last Friday and the Court of Appeal. Who will take her, her judgement last Friday and the Court of Appeal seriously now, apart from Parti Lepep sycophants.

She is displaying hot-headedness, quite apart from incompetence in law and willingness to bow to demands from Parti Lepep government. Power has gone to her head, after her failure as a lawyer in Ireland. She is now out for revenge and that disqualifies her as a judge. She was already disqualified to hear the PDM case, but professional ethics and moral values did not stop her.

If Twomey wants to pursue the case of revenge against the editor of Seychelles Weekly, she should step down from the Court of Appeal. This institution must be protected from her folly and its reputation restored. The Court of Appeal, through its justices, must regain some dignity and not dragged further into the mud by those who are supposed to protect it. Rather than give her 3 policemen to escort her to court to seek the jailing of a newspaper editor, the Parti Lepep government should have advised her to behave with dignity and keep a dignified silence for the sake of the reputation of the Court of Appeal. This would have gone some way to show that her judgement was professional and not party political. She has now given the critics of the judiciary more reasons to believe that the court of appeal acted under orders from the Parti Lepep government in the PDM affair.

The whole justice system is in disarray and disrepute. Twomey, a two-bit lawyer with limited recent legal practice before being parachuted to the Court of Appeal, overruled a Chief Justice with much more legal expertise. She is clearly just throwing her weight around, knowing Parti Lepep will protect her just like it has protected all corrupt judges in the past.

What is Egonda-Ntende to do now ? He has to follow what Twomey has said in future interpretation of the constitution, even if his own legal training, expertise, experience and better judgement say otherwise. Twomey has set the precedent for corrupt judgements in future.

If Chief Justice Egonda-Ntende is to salvage his professional reputation, he should resign after a decent interval of a few weeks. His position as Chief Justice is clearly untenable, as parti lepep continues to manipulate the judges and justices with the open connivance of some judges and justices.

Shed some tears for social renaissance. It is not going to happen. Not with the shenanigans of the judges and justices telling us that crooks prosper, and that if we want to escape the economic hardships under Parti Lepep we must behave like crooks do.

Anonymous said...

The vast majority of you do not grasp, it does not sink in your head, brain, system what it is like to live in exile - at that if you have had means and a decent life at Home Sechelle Seychelles.

How many of those learned gentlemen and Ladies of the gown - gone out of your/their way to support ad figt for the cause of the 20 - 25, 000 Seychellois exile/refugee andthe Seychelles government, the people of Seychelles, all its institutions, including the Courts,Judiciary, education institutions ad the church do no acknowledge they exist and their grand children. They are backe and supported bay many International institutions and governments. When you any of you talk of Justice.

You must recal our colonial experience, if you have studied law in England must know what life and Justice is like.

Speaking for the Seychelles exile/refugees, have addressed the important support we have recieve from the Irish Nation North and South beside across the world. As Lawyers when you engage such good will the need to account - you just do not walk away like dishonest humans - the system will make you for ever pay as Lawyers the need for you all in Seychelles to understand this. If/should you lack the due experience in such field and issues to travel and practice in Ireland or England and hence become acquainted first hand.

Seychelles need English speaking human resources from its colonial Master name Britain - inspite of the heavy investments and sacrifice the government have been making to support education.

Because of the down right racism, opression, manipulation, abuses, dishonesty - we as an exile commuity have chossen to support Irish - English speaking Human resource to make the vital/required input in our nation workig.{ our protest, call for help form our fellow human in Seychelles have been ignored and fallen on deaf ears - where as those Irish who are not our blood, bone or culture related have gone out and do go out a long way to help/support - addressing a Lawyer should the number of Irish lives be counted/accounted who have died, been killed in our interest the publiction will be very shocking and mega scandal. We are not saying there are no racist undertone in our Important Irish relation, at least they acknowledge they are a small nation, the need to support and work together unlike England. They are a people with a very long history of opression, sufferings - like we the Seychellois people/nation.

As a lawyer working in modern Judiciary environment and their benchmark, mechanism you fail and refute to take on board - the Bench, Judiciary practice in England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland - meaning - the capacity for the people to demand accountabilty of the Bench and Judiciary and not be dictated like in Seychelles currently - you know best. These same people - made it possible for multiparty to take place as lawyer the need for you to research, distinguish between propganda and lies that the commonwealth brought the change or Sir James Mancham with fax.

In this process, the capacity for those 20,000 - 25,000 living in exile Seychellois to exert leverage how Justice and the judiciary works in Seychelles, associated institutions and those responsible.

As a lawyer the need for you to study closely in Maurtius, Reunion the practice by those who laid the foundation of these nations - the working of French. Napoleonic Justice system. If you research further in the USA, Canadian, Australian , German, Italian people - and Judiciary working, relationship you will discover the similarities.

Anonymous said...

With the police busy protecting corrupt judges round the clock, the more corrupt the more policemen will be allocated, and the army busy looking for Somali pirates, if they are still looking for them, perhaps the so-called forces of law and order and defence will be too busy to harass peaceful protesters when we decide ENOUGH is ENOUGH.

Anonymous said...

I was glad to be part of the crowd outside the supreme court this morning.
Going there I expected the place to have been cordoned off on James Michel's orders. It may be on Wednesday.

Let's all and more return to the court on Wednesday morning.
The message needs to be sent to all opposition supporters.

I see that we're having a go at Mathilda. Fair and good but she was not alone in this. What about Fernando and McGregor???
McGregor did agree with the ruling, didn't he?
But he's already known to be biased you'll say.

Yes the Chief justice should exit, as should Gappy and his team of election commissioners.

Never a dull day in our little paradise.Who said that this little country of ours was blessed?????

Anonymous said...

The judges appoint a leader of opposition who failed to get elected because that is what the government wanted, then turned round to try and jail an editor who is exposing their nebulous practices.

Let's hope the lawyers are allowed to ask Twomey some searching questions on her remuneration, connections to parti lepep, fitness to judge in that case etc.

Gaswaga was one of the judges that Twomey humiliated in that infamous judgement of her. Wouldn't it be nice for Gaswaga to ignore all the evidence and tell Twomey she is protesting too much because she has something to hide.

Then Govinden will take the case to the Court of Appeal for Twomey herself to decide. It is all corruption anyway.

Anonymous said...

Photos of Ralph Volcere in Court are good for the extra-parliamentary struggle. They reinforce the point that there is something really rotten with the judiciary and that democratic reforms must include a reform of the judiciary. Otherwise, a Court of Appeal full of Parti Lepep's placemen and placewoman will find reasons to overturn an election that Parti Lepep has lost. Last Friday's judgement shows that they will do it. Ralph in court is concrete evidence that such reform is needed. Our national consciousness will be awakened one day.

Just think of Nelson Mandela for inspiration, Ralph.

Weekly must continue its campaign against Twomey to force the resignation of a disgraceful judge. The Court of Appeal is not a refuge for dishonourable lawyers. Her failure to give an honest interpretation of the constitution and willingness to give a decision to please Parti Lepep tells me that Twomey is not an honourable judge.

Anonymous said...

Ralph mon frere, do not ever give up. The Seychellois people will win one day against these communist bastards. And freedom will reign over our country while Albert Rene, James Michel and their henchmen and women rot away in their graves at Mont Fleuri. The young MTV-rapping pti-men and baby-girl crowd are not like our old grandparents who worshipped their grand blanc masters. They see themselves are free spirits somewhat like the drug-smoking hippies of the 60s and 70s. The revolution has already started out here and neither Michel nor Faure and their gard-baton with their AK47s will be able to stop democracy from entering our Sesel.

Matilda will be long gone back to Ireland by then and we will cancel her lifetime pension as well.

Anonymous said...

MacGregor left the dirty work to Twomey and Fernando. This is a clear indication to me that something rotten was amiss, e.g. acting under State House orders.

MacGregor simply concurred, sparing himself the embarrassment of having to explain in detail why the constitution does not mean what it clearly says. This was a disgraceful cop-out for the President of the Court of Appeal.

He thought his associations with Parti Lepep would discredit his judgement anyway and it was better to hide behind Twomey with less direct associations to Parti Lepep. If that's the case why was he on the panel of justices ? This tells me the panel was rigged and that MacGregor was on the panel to ensure State House wishes were delivered.

I will be taking out a subscription to Seychelles Weekly because we need more of that kind of reporting for the true democratisation of Seychelles.

Anonymous said...

Matilda and McGregor, both traitors to the Seychellois people.

Anonymous said...

Mathilda never had the qualifications of a judge. I was shocked when she was appointed and wondered how could they appoint such an unqualifed person to this position. Everything is making sense now. She was unemployed in Ireland, her husband was umemployed. She had taken a student loan to live on on the pretext of getting a masters degree. It was her only way to make a living.
Her brother saved her from Ireland welfare payroll and now she is showing gratitude to party Lepep.
You all who are criticising her would have done the same thing. You have to "protege ou bol du riz"
otherwise she will have to go back to Ireland and live off welfare again.

Anonymous said...

This is not a distraction - it point to Judicary practice in Sechelles Seychelles.

How many recall Magistrate Eric Bossy. He was a good man, God fearing - mening he respect all faith.

Anybody instersted to research into some of his judgement - until 1977. Example a person had stolen a bunch of bananas - he made it a point of Judicial practice to differentiate if you are in need, do not have a record and took , absconded, stole somebody bunch of bananas. A fine or light Prison sentence.

Yet if/should you have a record meaning had appeared and been sentenced - his position to dispense Justice would take a mark departure from his God fearing belief. " He will address the defence, the accuse and deliberate - you have been caught stealing this one bunch of bananas - how do we know that over the past 12 months or 24 months the number of bunches of bananas you have absconded, taken or stolen, your words cannot be trusted - he would then deliver sentence, 2-5 years in one incident and fellow gentleman of the wig discussed and debate about it. The same applied for quantities of Coconuts.

Using swear words, dreadful language, debase thinking will not address the important historic issues of the First Ruling in the PDM case and all those who wish liten very attentively to the Leader of PDM, the night the election results were declared. The Electoral Commission immediate dicision. His argument all still available at SBC Video link. There had been a mathematic before the election and dring the election - meaning, the PDM chance of wining seats in the National Assembly. How hard they ough to work, money, resources, etc to get in - all those form SNP including the breakaway Leader Mr David Pierre must have done this mathematice, time and time again.

For a Party, the SNP long ad strong experience in Oppostion, Mr Ralph Volcer NDP and Mr Philippe Boulle - Indipendent, as matured politicians, beside the demand an call for Boycott - , something took place involving Mrs Jane Carpin - which they have refuse to address publicly. They worngly accused her of being a pupett of SPPF/PL - there was more at wok here. In Mauritius, Reunion an Madagascar the politicians would have taken the time to address it not in Seychelles - Home.

Place yourself in government, the need for you to know beside all the machine, resources of SPPF/PL to throw you out of the National Assembly and Government would be brutal. Equally you would be very naieve to believe there are no other forces capable of getting you out of Office and power not just SPPF/PL. That force was at play/work when Mrs Jane Carpin made her move and motion.

We have spend many hours like many of you reading the many blogs of STAR and SFP, beside AKS. Sechelles Seychelle politic have greater depth, bigger dimensions that a large majority fail utterly to grasp and understand.

We wish to underline, the total fustration, the combine Opposition had/faced the Presidential and National Assembly - your answerability towards your supporters and voters, funders. As individual politicans you personal utter and total anger, fustration and knowing the red line the world have cross and society - meaning the gravity of the global and world situation.

part 1

Anonymous said...

part 2

It was decided to take the approach of PM Cameron with/against the rest of the 26 EU Member state. We know a very great deal what we are talking about. For the past 15 years and 3 major elections addressed you the Opposition, to consider very seriously going to the nation asking for a very different approach/type of National Assembly - a Senate, like that proposed in Mauritius. You have utterly refused time and time again. Equally to demand accountability from the SPPF/PL government about/for the 20 -25,000 exile/refugees their rights.

By any mathematic on a global working such grouping of exile/refugees in ratio have the important capacity to leverage a very vast array of national domestic and regional issues. To be very short - their leverage capacity was active and have been active in the last Presidential and National assembly election.

We ask those of you who really care abuout democracy at Home, Sechelles Seychelles make a copy of this comment an present to the Lawyers defending Mr Ralph Volcer at this Wednesday Court hearing 14/12/11.

Anonymous said...

I HOPE POLICE START TO GARD TWOMEY AT HIS HOME ASLO NOU POU KAS OU LIKI IF YOU FOLLOW COMMUNIST.

Anonymous said...

Pissoff aka tiklo were are you, were are you hiding sougoula around 100 peoples turn up 0n Monday their will more Wenesday.

PP DONT FUCK WITH US ANY MORE.

Anonymous said...

ABOUT PIERRE GETTING SEAT IN THE ASSEMBLEY.THIS ALSO WE HAVE TO STOP IT OTHERWISE WE WILL SUFFER ANOTHER 35 YEARS UNDER COMMUNIST.

Anonymous said...

Enough is Enough.
Seychellois let's reclaim our country.

Anonymous said...

IF they put Ralhp in jail,i will free him and some prisoner who are also behind bar but not guilty.

Anonymous said...

where are the grass roots efforts? where is Boulle and kathleen pillay? You need more than 100 people showing up to make a difference! where are te SNP< DP< Boulle people they should be networking ..SNP should already have in place "captains" to just start rallying people,,for ocassions just like that.. IF SNP ,THE MAIN OPPOSITION FOR !* YEARS!!!cannot get their executive members and staunch die hard supporters to gather at least a couple of thousand peopel for this..then what Clout do they have to run the country.. I am supporting Ralph but disappointed in the support he is getting..GET OF YOUR BACKSIDES AND GET OUT THERE! OTHERWISE STOP COMPLAINING!

Anonymous said...

We wilL mate and soon!

Anonymous said...

100 is enough for a start to put pressure on opressor on Wenseday will be more in front the court.i already suppling some fliers to more peoples in some Distric.

And even if 100 peoples or 200 Michel and his gard baton will never touch us again.

Anonymous said...

pissed off... banla y le pyot ou..ki deal ou pa koze??? oli ou?? vini na dialogue PiPi.

Anonymous said...

if you want more Seselwa to come you have to inform Seselwa not all seselwa have computer ok.

Anonymous said...

PiPi ol ou ...ou fini sauve deza..kote oun ale..Remir ankor?

Anonymous said...

I would like Gill to tell his suppoters also to join this protest in a peaceful way again on Wednesday.

Anonymous said...

Now its the time to unite seselwa.

Anonymous said...

SEYCHELLES IS SMALL. Whatever happennde to to word of mouth..cancan travels fast why cannot this??? USE THE TELEPHONE!!! CELLPHONES,,landlines,, THIS IS NOT ROCKET SCIENCE PEOPLE!!

Anonymous said...

All those calling for people to come down, I suppose that you were there today?
That you did get off your arse like you're telling us to?

Rhonda Gendron Murphy said...

We need to stop commenting under "anonymous" and other pseudonyms..as long as we keep doing that ..PL/SPPF will always be in charge and will keep intimidating .. Their politics of FEAR needs to STOP!

Anonymous said...

Ramkalawan is urging people to come down via facebook.
Is the guy serious?
How many people are on facebook or even have access to a computer here?
SNP should be sufficiently organised at District level to send messages via letter or even a pigeon.
Use it!
Let's get this properly organised.
Today was good but it can be much much better.
Let's get the message out today.
Let's all assemble at the supreme court - peacefully- as we did today and send a message to one and all that we mean business.

Anonymous said...

Rhonda, that's easy for you to say. You're not here.
Don't know when you were last here but victimisation is still the order of the day.Even if you're not employed by government.
These murderers are monitoring facebook and even our dreams.

Anonymous said...

Let's take our country back.

Anonymous said...

Matilda's father must be turning in his grave.
He was a decent and upright man.
Her mother must be wondering where they went wrong.

Anonymous said...

Let's gather on Wednesday and send Mathilda back to live on Ireland welfare cheque.
Chrsitopher you need to get your supporters down too. Let's unite once and for all. The time is now. Let's free Ralph Volcere.

Rhonda Gendron Murphy said...

I was home last year.. I do understand how this regime victimises.,.have friends who have gone through that..have personally received threats and been told to stay away..,have lost "friends' for speaking out.. Do not mean to tell anyone what to do..just trying to encourage.. maybe this court case will start something good let us hope so.. hoping it will.. God bless.

Anonymous said...

Being an unemployed lawyer in Ireland does strange things to you. Must make you the easiest judge to buy off. How credible is this Court of Appeal ?

She must be asked in court what she was doing in Ireland, if she is trying to maintain her credibility as a judge. Let Alexia Amesbury loose on her. With her reputation and that of the Court of Appeal in tatters, she will be forced to resign and she is no good anyway.
She can go back to Ireland to finish her studies. She is now an albatross around the neck of the Court of Appeal.

Meanwhile Egonda-Ntende and Gaswaga see their judgement questioned by such a lawyer.

Remember the last time a former Mauritian taxi driver became the Chief Justice ? Our country never learns.

Anonymous said...

RALPH VOLCERE FOR PRESIDENT!!!

THERE WAS AND WILL ALWAYS BE TWO PARTIES IN SEYCHELLES. SPUP AND DEMOCRATIK PARTY! USA HAS DEMOCRATIK AND REPUBLICAN AND IT WORKS! FUCK SNP. FUCK SFP. FUCK DPM OR WATEVER THE FUCK IT'S CALLED! WE'VE HAD MANCHAM. WE'VE HAD RENE & MICHEL NOW WE WANT DEMOCRATIK AND RALPH VOLCERE. TONTON LABARB INN DEKAMPE!

RALPH VOLCERE FOR PRESIDENT!!!

Anonymous said...

FUCK LIKI OU MANMAN!

Anonymous said...

They re-wrote the constitution to appoint David Pierre as leader of the opposition.

Will they invent a new law to jail Ralph Volcere ? To make it a crime to criticise corrupt and incompetent judges ?

Meanwhile, does Michel know where this is leading to ?

How will he explain calling on international community to provide resources to fight Somali pirates while he uses his police and army resources to crack down on pro-democracy protesters. It is time to put Michel to the test for his series of poor judgements on democratisation -- on the streets.

With all their financial problems, western countries will tell Michel that if he can find resources to guard corrupt judges and oppress his people, he can find resources to fight Somali pirates.

Anonymous said...

more bad news.. good day to bury them!!
A piece of news about Seychelles that have not been reported widely is the invitation by the oreign Affairs Minister Jean-Paul Adam to invite China to setup a military base in Seychelles. I guess Seychelles must be one of the safest place to be right now with all this foreign invasion - with the american drone, indian army, sheik Khalifa military base and the local army all to keep the people in check...
China to open its first military base abroad in Indian Ocean
www.ndtv.com
In a move that may cause unease in India, China ...

Anonymous said...

Yet another reason to protest.. the decision by this regime to allow a military base should have been put to a VOTE!!! anymore excuses needed to march to get our country back !

Anonymous said...

safest place, until they start fighting among themselves and start World War III right here.

Is Michel aware of World War I and World War II ?

Anonymous said...

Internal Security Act (Singapore)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Internal Security Act

Parliament House, Singapore

An Act to provide for the internal security of Singapore, preventive detention, the prevention of subversion, the suppression of organised violence against persons and property in specified areas of Singapore, and for matters incidental thereto.

Citation

No. 18 of 1960 (Malaysia), now Cap. 143, 1985 Rev. Ed.

Enacted by

Parliament of Malaysia

Date commenced

Extended to Singapore on 16 September 1963 when it became part of Malaysia (L.N. 231/63)

The Internal Security Act (ISA) of Singapore is a law that allows the Singapore government to investigate security threats like international terrorism, foreign subversion, espionage and acts of violence or hatred using race or religion. The Internal Security Act (ISA) of Singapore[1] confers on the government the right to arrest and preventively detain individuals without trial for up to two years at a time in certain defined circumstances under Section 8(1)(a) of the ISA. The ISA is controversial because some regard it as a draconian law that curbs civil liberties. Proponents of the law argue that the ISA is necessary for the city-state to preemptively thwart serious security threats.

The most notable ISA case was Operation Coldstore in 1963 which led to the arrest of some 100 left-wing politicians, trade unionists and communists, including members of the socialist opposition party, the Barisan Sosialis.

While the ISA has not been invoked since the 1980s against leftist political opponents, the continued existence of ISA is perceived by the U.S. State Department as restricting political opposition and criticism of the government.[2] Chia Thye Poh, an alleged communist, was detained under the ISA from 1966 to 1998 (32years), the longest person ever to be held under this law. [3]

In 1958, Lee Kuan Yew from the People's Action Party accused the Lim Yew Hock government of using the PPSO to stifle political dissent. [9]

Internal Security Act
In 1960, three years after Malaya's independence, the Emergency was declared over. However, the Malayan (now Malaysian) Internal Security Act[10] was passed in its place with much of the same powers. During parliamentary debates, Malayan Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman stated that the ISA would only be applied against only the remaining Communist insurgents. The Malayan Communist Party and its insurgents eventually surrendered in 1989. Nonetheless, the ISA in Malaysia was retained.

On 22 Nov 2011, in a parliament reply to Non-Constituency MP, Lina Chiam, Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean stated that a total of 2,460 arrests were made under internal security laws from 1959 to 1990. Of these arrests, 1,045 people were detained under the Preservation of Public Security Ordinance (1959-1963) and the Internal Security Act (1963-1990).

Mr Teo said those arrested and/or detained were for a variety of reasons, including involvement in communist-related activities to overthrow the Government; racial and religious extremism; Indonesian Confrontation; foreign subversion and espionage; and terrorism[14].

According to The Straits Times of 28 October 1956, 234 people were detained under the PPSO. It is reported in Hansard of February 1963 to 12 February 1963 that 110 people were detained on 2 February 1963 (Operation Coldstore). The Straits Times of 28 May 1976 reported that 50 people were arrested.

As of 13 September 2011, there were 17 people on Orders of Detention, one on Suspension Direction and 49 on Restriction Orders currently.[15]

Anonymous said...

Year
Number arrested and detained under the
Internal Security Act (Singapore)

1959
The PAP failed to keep to their pre-election promise to release all political prisoners.

1960
2 journalists of Tiger Press had their detention orders renewed.

1963
Operation Coldstore[1]: At least 151 people including prominent members of the opposition, trade unionists, doctors, lawyers, journalists, graduates and undergraduates of Nanyang University.

1964
52 undergraduates of Nanyang University.

1965
More than 22 undergraduates of Nanyang University and trade unionists.

1966
More than 30 opposition members and members of parliament like MP Chia Thye Poh who was detained for 32 years, 5 years longer than Nelson Mandela.

1970
At least 56 Opposition Barisan Sosialis members and officials.

1971
9 people, including editor-in-chief, manager, editorial writer and public relations officer of Nanyang Siang Pau, a Chinese daily.

1973
Lee Eu Seng, Managing Director of Nanyang Siang Pau.

1974
30 people, including T.T.Rajah, lawyer for many detainees.

1975
6 alleged members of Mao Tse-Tung Thought League or the Tung League.

1976
About 50 people, including Singapore Polytechnic student leaders and theatre practitioners.

1977
50 people[2], including lawyers, doctors, journalists, teachers and unknown numbers of students.

1979
2[3] people.

1987
4 Muslims.

1987
Operation Spectrum[4]: 22 people including lawyers, theatre practitioners, church workers, students, businessmen, senior media executives, journalists and engineers.

1988
8 recently-released detainees from Operation Spectrum and 2 of their defence counsel, Francis Seow and Patrick Seong.

1997
2 people.

1998
4 people.
1999
6 people alleged to have committed espionage.
2001
15 Muslims alleged to have links with Al-Qaeda[5]
2002
23 Muslims
2003
18 Muslims
2004
1 Muslim
2005
3 Muslims
2006
4 Muslims
2007
5 Muslims
2008
1 Muslim
2009
2 Muslims
2010
4 Muslims

Anonymous said...

Whose's going to become the next PRESIDENT OF SEYCHELLES after all your political calamity,W.RAMKALAWAN,R.VOLCER OR C.GILL.Now you are calling people to come gather for all your fiasco's and the next step,you're going to fight among yourself as usual just like R.VOLCER told us for PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 2011,VOTING FOR SNP W.RAMKALAWAN IS JUST LIKE VOTING FOR PARTI LEPEP AND MANY HAS EVEN CONSIDER WAVEL RAMKALAWAN TO RESIGN ETC..

You are all so divided and you calling us to come and support you,before such thing happen don't you SNP/SFP/DP think that you should prove to us how united you are.

Some people are now very agitating on this blog,talking about violence,etc..our plan and thoughts are sometimes very foolish aren't always sure.

May GOD help us understand,upon the plans we make,word that we say etc...special in time of anger,hatred and rage because we might regret it.We might see ourself falling in a very big trap that no one can rescue us.UNITED NATION,ETC...WILL COME TO OUR RESCUE,SEE WHAT MANY COUNTRIES HAD GONE THROUGH BEFORE SUCH THINGS HAPPEN AND WE ARE A VERY SMALL COUNTRY.
POLITICIANS THEY ARE HARD TO BE TRUSTED.And not to forget all the things that SFP PARTY told us about SNP.There's something not clear about all these fiascos.

For all of you who will disagree with me,I do not bother because it's a fact.In Seychelles politics are very confusing and very worrying.

Anonymous said...

China making military base in Seyhelles is not a joke,is for real.LETS STOP IT!

This MAD COW Michel say seselwa took back thier country,and he his bringing more communist on our soil.

No Arabs base,no American base,no Russian base,no Indian base and NO Chinese etc... on our soil.

I hope more peoples start to join us on Wednesday to stop communist.

Michel mad cow!Sesel pou Seselwa pa pou ou old bag.
If we dont stop those mad cows PP, when we will realise their will be no more seselwa on the island and a place for our future roots.

Kahlifa will call it like United Amirate,Seychelles in the future will be call United Seyarabs.

Guys we dont have to watch only american with our oil,i think Kahlifa are more angry for it than the rest of the world,his nation are also addict with oil.

Johnny

Anonymous said...

Take note,these political parties SFP/DP/SNP A TIME THEY ARE UNITED AND ANOTHER TIME THEY ARE VERY DIVIDED.
What our small country will become in after CALAMITY,HEAVEN KNOWS.

Anonymous said...

WHERE WAS VOLCERE, BOULLE AND RAMKALAWAN WHEN SFP CALLED A PRESS CONFERENCE TO ADDRESS THE FAILURE OF THE GOVERNMENT TO IMPLEMENT THE CONSTITUTION?

SHOULD WE COME DOWN ON WEDNESDAY, IT WILL BE TO BRING ATTENTION TO THE CONSTITUTION NOT JUST TO SUPPORT VOLCERE.

A FREEDOM LOVING SESELWA

Anonymous said...

What she has lost her tongue? her sister Astrid now has to talk for her..Isnt'she an attorney?? can't she defend her own actions herself..

Astrid Graf
I feel obliged to finally comment .
Many of you are commenting on fb and starblogspot, threatening the life of my sister and publishing disgraceful comments about her. Perhaps instead of acting under misinformation you should read her judgment before commenting. Everything in Seychlles is politicised. It is alright to have a healthy debate when one disagrees about a judgment but to write deprecati...ng and insulting comments about something that it would appear many have not read is really unbelievable. The case on Wednesday is a contempt of court case. The case had not been decided when Ralph published his vitriolic comments. In any democracy that is called contempt of court. That is what the proceedings are about. It is not about muzzling the press. .
·

Anonymous said...

If Christopher gill is a nobody like you say why are you reading his blog and more than that even concerned about who writes.and reads and comments on it Incredible the hypocrisy and double standard,, soon she will have all of us sued for libel and ask that Fb be closed! like mitzi larue did!

Anonymous said...

Yes we are a small country with 80,000 peoples and this small country should had never been in a shit like this today.
That why we want regime to be change we want peoples with brain not some one like Michel who have mad cow diseases in his brain.

And no one have say their want to make violence,i have say if Michel killers and gard baton touch any one of us fighting for freedom and justice,they will also get their tickets.jo for us is not a time to only to seat and just get the beating or be kill by those killers or be jail for nothing, those old days is gone to just let them walk on us not with this young generation, i'am waiting for them with their warrant or for them to take me away from my home at night like their took my brother send them Michel.May be only one will come back for him to tell you how was it.

Seen they took my brother in 1981 in the night i have learn how to defend my self from the evils.

Johnny

Anonymous said...

Seychelles Weekly was published on Friday 9 December. The disgraceful Court of Appeal gave its disgraceful judgement on Friday 9 December morning. It was on SBC by 11am. Furthermore, it was known days before that the Court of Appeal was going to install Pierre in the Assembly. Fernando had left the country and left his judgement behind to be read out.

How can that be contempt of court ?

I think more needs to be published about Twomey's background and the circumstances of her appointment, for the sake of the reputation of the Court of Appeal.

Anonymous said...

ASTRID I too have been insulted and thoroughly ridiculed by yours truly and by Mathilda on FB for telling the truth and simply looking for an answer to a legitimate and fair question..! now the shoe is on the other foot.. What not tough enough she need s private security now in addition to her fat salary..

She has not practice law in 16 years!!!Give her some advice' Just resign and leave us who are suffering "in seychelles alone to fight our own battles .friends and patriots like her we do not need.
that would be doing our country a favour!

You lot as well as your drunk and thief of a brother should crawl into a hole..

Anonymous said...

HE IS READING BEACAUSE HE IS A SOUGOULA AND TO TAKE SOME IDEAS SOME GUYS WRITE ON THIS BLOG FOR HIM TO GIVE TO MICHEL.

Anonymous said...

It is corrupt judges that politicise their judgements.

Anonymous said...

Corruption in the judiciary is holding back the democratisation of our country. We are entitled to be angry.

Anonymous said...

ASTRID GRAF ARE YOU LEAVING IN SEYCHELLES,ITS TIME TO PACK UP AND GO BACK HOME OK WERE YOU COME FROM.

Anonymous said...

From what I have heard on SBC and read in Nation, Fernando's judgement was a political one.

He said that those who amended the constitution did not expect people to boycott elections or spoil their vote.

Albert Rene amended the constitution and he boycotted elections.

These judges have come up with silly excuses to tell us that the constitution did not mean "votes cast" but "valid votes", in order to give Parti Lepep the judgement it wanted. Are they plain stupid or corrupt ?

Anonymous said...

everyone is on mathildas case as she has not practised law for 20 years and has been appointed a judge....well, what about Gustave Dodin and Macgregor ? neither of them have seen an inside of a courtroom for 20 years also!!

Anonymous said...

maybe because SHE is the one who summonned Mr.Volcere!

When you hold a public office ..a high public office ..you should be able to withstand criticism.. Ia m sure politicians and judges and other public figures are the subject of plenty of critism in Ireland.. Does she not understand that.. If she is so highly intelligent she should come up with a sensible intelligent rebuttal instead she and her sister fly off the handle typical! That is politics and what we are fighting for..the right to criticise..what vitriolic comments is her sister talking about!!PLEASE..

with a case pending in her own court she should shut up otherwise she herself will be in contempt for discussing her own case with others no less her own sister she is using to defend her..

Anonymous said...

maybe because SHE is the one who summonned Mr.Volcere!

When you hold a public office ..a high public office ..you should be able to withstand criticism.. Ia m sure politicians and judges and other public figures are the subject of plenty of critism in Ireland.. Does she not understand that.. If she is so highly intelligent she should come up with a sensible intelligent rebuttal instead she and her sister fly off the handle typical! That is politics and what we are fighting for..the right to criticise..what vitriolic comments is her sister talking about!!PLEASE..

with a case pending in her own court she should shut up otherwise she herself will be in contempt for discussing her own case with others no less her own sister she is using to defend her..

Anonymous said...

The professional judges (except one or two) are appointed to the Supreme Court. The clown judges are appointed to the Court of Appeal to overturn the judgements of the Supreme Court/Constitutional Court.

God help us.

Anonymous said...

Why pick on Waltzing Mathilda ? It is because we already knew how rotten the others are. She is just coming out.

She knew that Parti Lepep had vested interests in the PDM case. She must know that Parti Lepep has corrupted judges in the past and given orders to them. Through her brother, she has clear personal connections to Parti Lepep. She has much to be grateful to Parti Lepep for this obvious over-promotion to the Court of Appeal. She should not have sat on this politically sensitive case and should have excused herself, if she wanted to show that she is not bent.

Had she done in Ireland what she has done in Seychelles, there would have been a public outcry and she would have had to resign by now.

Her shenanigans are probably in a US Embassy cable from Mauritius to Washington by now.

Waltzing Mathilda is being represented by Govinden. Now she is indebting herself to Govinden who will want to win all his appeals before her at the Court of Appeal. She should not have put herself in that compromising situation. Perhaps she has now realised that there are no professional ethics to observe while on the bench of the Court of Appeal. The leaders seem to be creating morals-free zones for themselves while preaching social renaissance to us.

Anonymous said...

My Dear Astrid,
For many years your family was held in high regard. As I've said earlier, your father was an upright and respectable man. Your mother devoted years of her life to the service of this country as a teacher and she also was always loved.
You and your siblings were brought up as honest and god-fearing individuals. You were all liked and respected for your humility.
Your dear brother Alain started off well. Very well in fact, until he got close to James Michel.He then started to lie, to sell his soul - and not only for a bottle of Black Label.
Matilda was always respected for her sense of purpose, for refusing to give up her principles.I was one of those who welcomed her appointment to the court of appeal. I sincerely believed that she would deliver justice "without fear or favour".
To say that I was dissapointed with her ruling last Friday is an understatement. But I could have lived with it. To now go after an editor of a newspaper on the pretext of "contempt of court" smells fishy to me.
I'm sorry, my respect for her, as it has for Alain, is gone.
I'll pray for you all, but especially for your dear old mother. She certainly does not need all this at this stage of her life.
I will pray for you all.
God bless.
P.P.

Anonymous said...

And by the way Astrid, I have never been a political animal but on Wednesday I'm going to be outside the supreme court building - if possible inside-to watch your sister drag the little credibility she has left in the mud.

I won't insult her nor your family but I intend to let her know that I'm sad-very sad that she's ended up selling her soul for a few dollars.

P.P.

Anonymous said...

P.P. you should know that life in Ireland is tough. more so when you're a third-class little lawyer.
Mathilda saw an opportunity and grabbed it with all her lapat zourit.
She is not the first to have sold her soul for money nor would she be the last.

Keep praying for her.

Anonymous said...

Astrid has her "rebuttal" on her FB page..WHY DOES SHE NOT HAVE THE GUTS TO PUT IT ON THIS BLOG AND SIGN HER NAME? WHY? OR ON A PUBLICLY READ FORUML IKE LE SEYCHELLOIS WHY>> NO GUTS! JUST A LOT OF BULL BULLSHIT BAFFLES THE BRAIN IN THAT BANANA REPUBLIC HER SISTER IS REPRESENTING! THEY ALL ARE THE SAME TALKING NON_STOP LOUDLY AND CRUDELY RUNS IN THEIR FAMILY!

Anonymous said...

is ``PP`` ( the last blogger) actually Pesi Pardiwalla ?
He knows mathilda very well, they worked together at the AG chambers, and later set up Pardiwalla & Twomey, the law chambers....if anyone knows mathilda, its him...If it is him, Pesi, I am sorry for outing you, however, you should have chosen a better alias!!!
i have read, as i am sure most of seychelles has, the editorial that david pierre wrote, and cannot see anything that is virolitic in it!!!Astrid is clutching at straws.
Mathilda, we the people, are upset, because, we had so many great expectations with your appointment, we expected so much...after such a long time, your reputation and that that pesi had built up at pardiwalla and twomey, meant, that we had genuine hope that good times were coming...
mathilda, i am not going to judge you, if i was in your situation, and michel put the apple in front of me to tempt me, i probably would do the same thing.
most seychelloise would...those who say any different, are liars..

Anonymous said...

is ``PP`` ( the last blogger) actually Pesi Pardiwalla ?
He knows mathilda very well, they worked together at the AG chambers, and later set up Pardiwalla & Twomey, the law chambers....if anyone knows mathilda, its him...If it is him, Pesi, I am sorry for outing you, however, you should have chosen a better alias!!!
i have read, as i am sure most of seychelles has, the editorial that david pierre wrote, and cannot see anything that is virolitic in it!!!Astrid is clutching at straws.
Mathilda, we the people, are upset, because, we had so many great expectations with your appointment, we expected so much...after such a long time, your reputation and that that pesi had built up at pardiwalla and twomey, meant, that we had genuine hope that good times were coming...
mathilda, i am not going to judge you, if i was in your situation, and michel put the apple in front of me to tempt me, i probably would do the same thing.
most seychelloise would...those who say any different, are liars..

Anonymous said...

Eoula tou bann KAPON poul ek kok barbyson devan en compwyter pe koz gren lagel.Zot dir desenn pou siport RALPH. Lekel ki pou devan pou derize?
Johnny ou Zendark?

?????

Anonymous said...

M.TOMMY AND R.VOLCER ARE THEY NOT DP ACTIVIST.What had happen between them,FIASCO LIKE SNP ACTIVIST D.PIERR AND W.RAMKALAWAN.

Anonymous said...

enfin Pissed off i fair son retour...

oun bliye met ou nom sa fois si? ou per marmay i plot ou lo sa blogg. pa drop ou standard ansanm ek ou culotte ma chere...

Anonymous said...

Seychelles is a bannana republic it is good because you are a bunch of monkeys with your stupid ignorant comments here.

It just shows your true uneducated colours people.

If this was Jerusalem you would be the crowd saying crucify Jesus and free Barabas.

Imagine low characters like Gill and Volcere to cast questions on a solid character!

Mathilda has done what a good competent in a democracy must do i.e. only limit her work to her role and powers in the system.

Seems you people want judge who rules with political opinion and not by law, assembly to run by those who boycott, president to be chosen by secret leadership committee, and freedom to insult and disrespect the society which feeds you. And you call this democracy you want to make? what a joke!!

Sesel pou Arab is better than Sesel pou you bitches and sons of bitches! Go back to your exile and let us in peace to make our democracy.

A REAL freedom loving Seselwa

Anonymous said...

above bolgger. GO FUCK YOURSELF . You are the bitch here. you are the prostitute. what solid character are you refering to? The SPPF? Give us a break you arse hole!

Anonymous said...

To Seychelles is BANANA Republic.
Yes we are in a Banana Republic rule by Pp monkeys thus all they can offer is bananas.

Mathilda is an under wualified judge at work for Pp communist regime ,she should give her demmission immediately.

On Assembly-Assembly should be rule by those who are elected in a democratic process inwhich Electoral Commission is independent and its mmebers elected not appointed


What we has today is an Assembly that has become a place for crooked whips.Their actions are no different from shoolyard redicule by bullies.

Since Mathilda is areestinf people illegally .i would like the send Pp thugs arreste me too and to give her a reason or excuse to do so i will repeat what Volcere said namely Mathilda is a communist whose position who was made a judge by Pp becuase of his brother collaboration with Pp to rape our rights and dignity.

Mathilda is a prostitute who wants to be a star instead ofselling her asshole for one rupee at victoria habour with Arabs,.

TIme to topple pp communist regime and its ilks now.

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

Mathilda, like her dear brother alain is a sellout. A big one.
Once a zourit, always a zourit.

Anonymous said...

Having done the dirty deed, a disgraced Mathilda Twomey wants to bog off to Ireland in haste to spend whatever money Parti Lepep gives her as a so-called judge. Apparently, Volcere was to be given summary justice on Monday because disgraced Twomey can't wait to leave the country.

It sounds like she is claiming libel, but abusing her power and disgraceful connections to Parti Lepep to charge Volcere with contempt of court and to get him jailed.

It would be more honest for her to sue for libel. She can step down from the Court of Appeal to fight for her "honour" and let a competent judge take over.

As a further sign that she is now totally integrated into the corrupt judiciary, she has decided to intimidate the free press so that any of her future corrupt decisions will not be reported.

She has shamed herself and she is in a hurry to return to Ireland to bring shame to her adopted country, to stay there until Parti Lepep next calls on her for more dirty deeds on the bench of the Court of Appeal.

If she thinks she has any honour to salvage (I do not think she has), she should cancel these first class tickets paid for by us, stay in the country that she has tried to stop the democratisation of, and let justice take its course.

If she thinks she can get Volcere locked up for 3 months for what was written in Weekly, then the disgraced Twomey must really believe that ALL judges follow orders from Parti Lepep. She is behaving as if she has first hand knowledge of that. What a bloody disgrace !

The very fact that her complaint to the Attorney General was made on Friday afternoon and Volcere was served with court papers by Friday night for appearance in court on Monday morning, shows disgraceful connivance between a Court of Appeal judge, the Attorney General and the Supreme Court.

The Butler-Payette family and whatever foreign families some get married into will now go down in this nation's history as one of its shameful families, following the shenanigans of Mathilda Twomey who is bringing more ignominy on some of our already discredited institutions.

A disgraced Twomey can go back to Ireland but she should stay there and stop hindering the fight for democracy in Seychelles on her intermittent but highly lucrative visits here.

A judge who pretends they do not know the difference between TOTAL VOTES CAST and TOTAL VALID VOTES CAST is a scoundrel in my books.

Anonymous said...

Kudos, to Ralph Volcere. He should not mind 3 months in jail in defence of freedom of speech, free press and furtherance of the democratisation process. More damage will be inflicted on Parti Lepep's institutions than on him.

He has forced the institutions to make a fool of themselves.

Govinden is seeking Volcere's summary execution in order to restore confidence in the judicial system. He is inventing crimes.

Twomey wants the case heard in a jiffy because she lives in Ireland and wants to go home.

With riot police in force and public not allowed in court, we get more evidence of a police state.

Twomey is sobbing, because she says Volcere's article could have swayed her decision. As if.

Gaswaga (ironically slapped down by an impetuous Twomey a few days ago) now has the unenviable job of following orders from State House (implicit or explicit orders) or uphold justice.

The whole saga is reinforcing the point that David Pierre is being made a fake leader of the opposition.

As parti Lepep gets its choice of leader of opposition, the country gets its latest political prisoner, unless Gaswaga tries to instill common sense in Govinden and Twomey and their paymasters Parti Lepep.

Anonymous said...

Twomey was supposed to be a role model for women. Her appointment was hailed as such. Some role model she has turned out to be. She has turned out to be just like the other women in high positions under Parti lepep and who are poor role models. You wouldn't want your daughter to have her standard of ethics.

It is in the public interest for us to know more about the circumstances of Twomey's appointment and her fitness to sit on the bench that heard the PDM's case. Did Alain Butler-Payette pull strings to have Twomey's job application from Ireland accepted and what guarantees were given to Michel ?

Let us hope she has nothing to hide. So far she is protesting a lot.

Her appointment was too good to be true because it went against the practice of appointing known Parti Lepep faithfuls as judges. We should have known that Parti Lepep would never appoint a judge outside Parti Lepep unless they know they can rely on the judge.

We need to know whether there is anything in Twomey's background that could make her easily nobbled by Parti Lepep, starting with what she was really doing in Ireland before being appointed to the Court of Appeal.

Seychelles Weekly must give us a Twomey Part 2. If it snuffs out confidence in the 'system', as Govinden comically says, then so be it.

After the last few days, Mathilda Twomey can't expect the country to accept her as an upright justice of the Court of Appeal delivering justice without fear of the government and without favours from the government. We are not THAT stupid.

Anonymous said...

E possible pou checker si e ti lo dole labas ireland hey ki ti son job laba.E possible pou contacter lotorite laba ireland hey rapport sa lensidan.
E pas capab fair degas dan un pei apres taye dan lot pei.E un citroyen ireland hey e should be accountable.

Anonymous said...

Protest will not be only about Ralph,it will be general protest about Chinese BASE on SEychelles soil.

Anonymous said...

Matilda is our sister and Ralph is our brother, rightly so they are two Sey pro-democratic activists, now they are embroiled in an argument that has developed into an opera!

Guess who are laughing at them? The likes of Herminos, gistav komarmon, piyer kaen and the lot!

Im 100% sure Matilda is not a LP line-tower and Im 100% sure Ralph only made a hypothesis and did not mean to denigrate but that has offended Maltilda which is normal under the circustances.

Im certain Matilda will undo the legal knot to untie our brother up and then to privately exchange apologies and handshakes for the misunderstandings.

This will certainly stop making LP communists laugh at us.

We are glad we got rid of communist Piyer Caen in our camp, who had been an infiltrator all along, lucky SNP spotted him just in time. What if SNP had won and he was later installed as minister of defense - he wud have one early morning sold us all back to LP. Sa krapil dimoune!

What debt our country Seychelles owes piyer caen? This rags to riches ass is now overnight a huge importer retailer of hardware, where the hell he got the money from?

Please STOP giving him more of our people's money!!! Please STOP now!

Anonymous said...

Matilda is our sister and Ralph is our brother, rightly so they are two Sey pro-democratic activists, now they are embroiled in an argument that has developed into an opera!

Guess who are laughing at them? The likes of Herminos, gistav komarmon, piyer kaen and the lot!

Im 100% sure Matilda is not a LP line-tower and Im 100% sure Ralph only made a hypothesis and did not mean to denigrate but that has offended Maltilda which is normal under the circustances.

Im certain Matilda will undo the legal knot to untie our brother up and then to privately exchange apologies and handshakes for the misunderstandings.

This will certainly stop making LP communists laugh at us.

We are glad we got rid of communist Piyer Caen in our camp, who had been an infiltrator all along, lucky SNP spotted him just in time. What if SNP had won and he was later installed as minister of defense - he wud have one early morning sold us all back to LP. Sa krapil dimoune!

What debt our country Seychelles owes piyer caen? This rags to riches ass is now overnight a huge importer retailer of hardware, where the hell he got the money from?

Please STOP giving him more of our people's money!!! Please STOP now!

Anonymous said...

if these above people with fake profiles are supposed to represent the oppsition in Seychelles GOD HAVE PITY ON US....may the SPPF remain for a long long time to preserve us from this scum!!!

Anonymous said...

Pissoff aka Tiklo i think johnny& jeanne D'arc are giving you to much kosmar in your sleep.

Anonymous said...

It should all come out in court. If they allow Ralph Volcere a fair defence.

Ralph's lawyers should probe very hard.

Govinden and Twomey expected the case to be over on Monday. The court papers were only issued on Friday evening !! What sort of court process is that ?

These are the people who tell us they can read the constitution.

By failing to keep a dignified silence (that's what dignified people would do), Twomey cannot sit on politically sensitive cases again if she does not have the decency in her to resign.

What was all that about Govinden saying the case must be heard there and then "to restore public confidence in the system" (as per TODAY) ? He says rubbish in court. He knows he does not have to try too hard to convince the judges. With Govinden and Twomey now doing the salsa together, it all goes to show that the decision last week was a big farce.

Anonymous said...

And you sucker were is your real profile?
The word PP stay in Power we dont want to hear on this blog otherwise move your fucking face out of this blog.

Anonymous said...

Mathilda like Pierre cannot resist the lure of Parti Lepep's money and patronage.

Anonymous said...

This is a blog to expose PP.

Anonymous said...

The continued existence of the Internal Security Act (ISA)in Singapore is perceived by the U.S. State Department as restricting political opposition and criticism of the government. Chia Thye Poh, an alleged communist, was detained under the ISA from 1966 to 1998 for32years, the longest person ever to be held under this law.

If LP copies this Act, it will give them power to detain Seychellois brothers and sisters without trial just like Rene did in October 1979.

Anonymous said...

The court paper was brought to Mr Volcere by Pp messager at note 6.30PM thus when usually all offices are closed including the court and it was not sent by antoher judge but by Mathilada herself,thus she was the plaintiff but play was als othe one who sent the court paper to Volcere.

The other fanny thing is that on tadys' Nation the case was one the fornt page,and Pp did not even forget to written the sentence that Volcere could recieve Three months but the things is that PP forget that their is a justice system when they conduct crimes against the people and country.If Volcere could have Three months for exercising his right of freedom of expression what should Pp and cronies get for all these crimes they have been committed for the last thirty-four years-disparition of Seychellois.selling out of our patrimony,stealing of billions from people's coffers?When Pp would be investigated for the four decades crimes committed on its people?

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

Just bear in mind, they are taking their frustration out on Ralph because Govinden does not know who we are. Ralph is a hero.

Anonymous said...

The other fanny thing says Jeanne d"Ark

what is your fanny thing can we see it your fanny thing....... did you go to school ???seems you don't know how to write ! Now if you want to show us your Fanny Why Not!!!!

Anonymous said...

You mean to put us in prison (lo zil Kwetivi) to rot without trial?

Ou kwar Seychellois pou les zot?

Anonymous said...

The last move by Pp to provoke Mr Ovlcere is another sign that Pp is feelling more and more the heat that they are ready to go as far as conduct arbitary arrest in order to intimidate aus and think by doing so we will shut up.No PP wie will not shut up ,we having momentum on the ground ,we will continue to expose ,prssure your asses until we free our country.

Pp is so desperate that unlike a few years ago when they would try hard to hide all their crimes,today the pressure is such that they cannot no longer hide to commit their crimes that in itself shows how desperate pp has become.


Govinden should rather start changing himself for who we are he would never know and i can inform him that even in the TAZAR unit we have supporters thus the butcher must know that he is not safe and won^t have the army behind him should he chose to use force instead these guys in TAZAR would chose to defence their own families instead of Pp crimes and they would not shoot on their own people to please Michel folies and madness and make them become vicitms of Michel crimes.

Michel will have to pay the price alone.

Time for regime change.

Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

The important thing is that you got the message and thank you for your reaction for it shows you following us and that is good ,for when we come for you ,you won't be able to say you did not know.And also thank you for indentifying the mistake Michel is not even caple of indeniying this simple mistake the way he is an idiot.
just like Mathilda cannot interpret what she read at least you have a better brain,you should be proud of that and that makes you fall under the category of half-brain,which is an improvement in itself.



Time for regime change.
Jeanne 'Arc

Anonymous said...

What happened in Tunisia with this fruit vendor will not happen here because SPUP/PPF/LP have discovered SEYCHELLOIS y ban gran KAPON!

Crossing-the-floor like devid & caen symbolises PURE KAPON for us all to see! Si ou pa kapon ou pa fer sa! Se sa ki sa pti group in dekouver SEYCHELLOIS y kawerd!

Devid could no longer tatter on his own two feet but prefered to re-enter the womb of uni-mother. Now he's back breast-feeding when papa says 'nannan' he repeats 'naanaan'. When papa says tata, he repeats 'kaakaaa!

When papa says enprison ou frere y 'bon' he repeats 'baaooonn'!

When ever Ralph goes around, he gets five in every corner! Now oli sa ban broders ek ban five?

Anonymous said...

What have happened in Tunesia could happen anywhere.If you had asked Tunisians the same question before the revolutuion they would have shared your opinion ditto to the Egyptians and lybians evne Gadhafi did not want to beleive it.No one expected it but it happened taking the whole world into checkmate.

You one of those who did not beleive of the success of the recent BOYCOTT but you all were taken by surprise ,you ashould have learnt the lesson by how and you are not accepting the fact becuase like Michel you think when you think what you think the rest of us think the same ,It is communist menatality which consisit of deciding for others and others should accept it.

Time for regime change.
Jeanne D'Arc

Anonymous said...

Meaning of JUDAS: One who betrays another under the guise of friendship.

If you do not understand ask someone who lives in the area of Portglau or Mont Buxton!

Advice: If you've discovered a Judas, do not let him know, use him to do what you want him to do!

My brother was promised 15,000 to vote for him and he got only 300 at the end! My brother's friend too was offered a loan for a pick-up to vote for him, now he puts his mob off each time he phones him!

Sa boug en lera, un bandi, un voiyou! Y met cap ek sunglass a soir.

How can LP trust un reseller in key position when he can do the same betrayal to them. Un judas toujour judas, ine ne judas y pou mort zida!

Anonymous said...

What i like in all this in the fact that Pp criminals and co-conspirators no longer hide to committ their crimes thus make it eaiser to arrest them when Pp communist will be toppled.
Of course Michel the Butcher is happy that the likes of Pierre commit his crimes in public ,this way he won^t be alone to face justice and ounishmment ,the latter wants to have as much cronies on his side in order to share with them his atrocities.

Time for regime change.
Jeanne D'Aarc

Anonymous said...

The continued existence of the Internal Security Act (ISA)in Singapore is perceived by the U.S. State Department as restricting political opposition and criticism of the government. Chia Thye Poh, an alleged communist, was detained under the ISA from 1966 to 1998 for32years, the longest person ever to be held under this law.

If LP copies this Act, it will give them power to detain Seychellois brothers and sisters without trial just like Rene did in October 1979.

By then we would have regressed 32 years backward!

Anonymous said...

I do not beleive Mrs Twomey is being paid by PL to give judgment in favour of D Pierre. She aloing with Fernando gave a judgment (in reality is jusy an opinion) which was not grounded in law. She may have simply erred. Her reaction to Volcere article is a typical Mathilda response, she has always been like that. Unfortunately not properly thought out (i beleieve the article is slighly borderline) and Mathilda shld have let it go.

I will be down to support Volcere because i beleive in freedom of expression.

Vox

Anonymous said...

I am actually surprised to see Today in Seychelles report on its front page Ralph Volcere's appearance in court. I have come to expect Today to be more or less another Seychelles Nation, complete with taunts of the opposition buried in so-called news items. Far too often, the choice is whether you buy Today or Nation, but not both as this would be a waste of money.

The coverage is rather bland, except for the anger that they were excluded from the court room.

You would have thought the issue of freedom of the press would animate Today and the attacks on the independent press would enrage them.

But Today's response is much like Nation's. It does not feel its position threatened. That is because it goes out of its way, bends over backwards, to please the Parti Lepep's government in its reporting. Our corrupt institutions are safe from Today's journalism.

Today's yellow journalism must be driven by either commercial interests (to attract as much advertising revenue as possible by not antagonising PL) or plain fear of Parti Lepep. I do not expect, in a million years, to see the Today editor being dragged to court by the establishment for publishing some hard-hitting investigative journalism.

The editor did write a piece on Gerard Hoarau on the anniversary of his killing. It should have found a place on the front page, like other anniversaries do and given its historical importance and educational value. But it was buried deep, deep and very very deep inside the Today pages. It was easy to miss it. The Today editor must find it hard to avoid the accusation that the decision to bury that story deep inside Today was motivated by the desire not to upset Parti Lepep from where Gerard Hoarau's killers come.

Come on, Today in Seychelles. Break free.

Anonymous said...

Being paid or being afraid to give judgments that offend Parti Lepep for fear of losing their job or patronage amounts to the same thing. Court of Appeal judges who want to be impartial must still be haunted by how the former court president was hounded out.

She is getting the flak because people were expecting her to apply the law dispassionately. A bit like Jacques Hodoul, despite his SPPF background. Is it a coincidence that she failed to do that and found herself in total agreement with MacGregor and Fernando ? Did all three of them make the same error in reading the constitution ? Either they are all right or it was a stitch-up ?

Corruption in the judiciary does not necessarily mean money changing hands for each judgement.

Anonymous said...

How can the Volcere article have influenced or intimidated Twomey, bearing in mind she would have read it after the judgement ?

If she thinks she has been libelled, she can sue Seychelles Weekly like any individual and not behave like a petty dictator who can drag an editor to prison after 5 minutes in a kangaroo court. She can sue Weekly, because there is a lot about her appointment that we want to know.

Anonymous said...

Do you mean Mathilda Twomey made an innocent error ? Did she have no idea what she was doing and was influenced by the views of MacGregor and Fernando, and not necessarily Parti Lepep ?

Anonymous said...

Did Jacques Hodoul resign after the election or before, if after the I salute him!

If before he must have seen something coming or heard a voice!

Anonymous said...

Did Jacques Hodoul resign after the election or before, if after the I salute him!

If before he must have seen something coming or heard a voice!

Anonymous said...

Vox,

How many times do I have to drum in your thick coco sek that one cannot accuse someone of being something that they are not!!!!.

You people have no respect to the Judiciary, the Legislators, President and Ministers and least of all, no respect for our constitution. As for Volcere, the old adage "kan tu cherche tu gagne, et kan ti gagne tu pleur."

Bez en la pe dan zot le cor and let our democracy run it's course.

To publicly accuse a Judge of "being bought or because of her brother's connections that helped her get the job is not only fiction in the disguise of facts, but Volcere's article can only be described as "murder by language" and this episode is not about "freedom of the press or freedom of speeche, it is about overstepping the ethical mark which is a no no in this day and age.

Anonymous said...

Whoever wants to know about Mathilda's background in Ireland.
She was unemployed, her husband unemployed, they were close to applying for welfare. She decided to take a student loan to support the family instead of applying for welfare, hoping further studies will impporve her chance of getting a job in Ireland. Then the big jackpot from Seychelles, orchestrated by her brother arrived. Now you all know the story. Reflect and see if she could ever be a fair judge.

Anonymous said...

I do not buy the cock-up theory. They knew what they were doing.

Anonymous said...

It is not right, serious that SBC block/publish defunct Seychelles Broadcast News 12/12/11 after the government daily statement/loud message of the high effort to create credibility with the many Seminars of many types, in Democracy, Social working, good Benchmark etc.

The 45, 000 Seychellois living abroad are not imbeciles - like those officials in Seychelles would wish our brothers and siters to stay. They know whey SBC blocked or published a dead/none working link.

What about the multitude of International who tried to follow the issues of that Contempt of Court case and the many relevant official, politicians and Policing authorities who need a proper working link.

There are regional Nations who follow and are interested in Seychelles News and they cannot watch it the link is corrupt/defunct/block.

Anonymous said...

So, the Weekly article held a lot back. No wonder, Twomey is nervous. If Volcere wanted to blackmail her, he could have published a lot more two or three weeks ago. Let's hope it all comes out in court, so that cronyism and nepotism will stop especially when it concerns appointments to the courts.

Anonymous said...

Her job application must be made available to Volcere's defence and made public. Did Twomey lie in her application ?

Unless Gaswaga gets orders from above to release Volcere to stop further damage to Twomey and the judiciary, this case has the making of undoing one or two careers.

Anonymous said...

RALPH VOLCERE is our HERO.
We will support him all the way.

Anonymous said...

Mathilda Twomey is our villain.

Anonymous said...

Great, soon we'll see Twomey doing a Waltzing Mathilda out of the court system and back to Ireland.

Anonymous said...

Seychelles : Un drone américain s’écrase sur l’aéroport de Mahé

LeFigaro.fr/AFP
12/13/11
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Un drone américain s''est écrasé aujourd'hui sur l'aéroport international de Mahé, principale île de l'archipel des Seychelles, sans faire de victime, selon une source officielle américaine.

"Le MQ-9 n'était pas armé et il n'est fait état d'aucune victime", indique dans un communiqué l'ambassade des Etats-Unis à Maurice, qui a également autorité pour les Seychelles.
(Source : LeFigaro.fr/AFP)

Anonymous said...

Jean Paul Adam is out of his depth as Minister of Foreign Affairs. He failed to understand what was discussed at the meeting with Chinese military leaders. He has been saying that Parti Lepep has offered the Chinese a military presence in Seychelles. Adam did not understand what military presence meant.

He has caused anxiety in many concerned countries.

Today he has made a grovelling correction. He is now saying that parti Lepep has not offered the Chineses a military base or presence, but simply facilities to resupply its ships plying the Indian Ocean.

Adam is out of his depth. This is what happens when Parti Lepep appoints Ministers based on their family connections.

Anonymous said...

Jeanne d,arc your comment on attacking resident expatriots is appalling, and for this reason you have lost any support you may have had from genuine foreign investors in Seychelles. Go ahead kick out all expatriots GOOD and BAD and see what you are left with!
Expat.

Anonymous said...

EXPAT:

Some of you treat us like dirt and we are third class citizens in our own country.. you should understand the resentment of seychellois losing their land to foreigners because this corrupt regime is willing to hand out passports for bribes,,and some of you are racist south africans who have left south africa and want to come practice apartheid here insult us in our own country.. Expats who fit in that category .. GO BACK TO WHERE YOU CAME FROM..

Anonymous said...

Or appoints judges based on their family connections.

The more we learn about Mathilda Twomey, the more we realise how grubby her appointment was.

Anonymous said...

Too bad that drone did not crash in the courtroom last week when they were rendering the death of our constitution. Mathilda the prostitute would have loved a drone between her legs to remind her what being screwed feels like. As for Mc Gregor he couldmsurely use a drone up his corrupt ass.

Anonymous said...

The police are blaming you lot for the promised heavy police presence at the Supreme Court tomorrow. They might have more than 3 policemen escorting Mathilda Twomey to court, if she decides to turn up even though she is not required to.

Why doesn't she just return to Ireland with her thirty pieces of silver. After a year working for Parti Lepep as a so-called judge, her family will have the best Christmas ever.

She is no more a judge than my bitch.

Anonymous said...

It is sad to tar everyone with the same brush, should we say all Seychellois are corrupt and only care about money and personal status? No it would be unjust which is what you constantly accuse your government of. There is good and bad in everyone, so you need to differentiate the good from the bad.
I can only sit by and watch and can have no influence on what goes on here, i have not purchased residential status and never would. If you cannot value my presence here then that is your loss, i am happy to pay my GOP and get on with it. Our business is 60% seychellois owned and only employs local seychellois and generates alot of tax for the local economy, so excuse me for getting a bit pissed off when you put all foreigners in the same black light.

Anonymous said...

DO YOU KNOW WHAT IT FEELS TO FEEL LIKE A FOREIGNER IN YOUR OWN COUNTRY?BEING VETTED AND CANNOT HAVE WORK? DO YOU KNOW WHAT IT FEELS LIKE TO HAVE HAD MEMBERS OF YOUR FAMILY MURDERED BECAUSE THEY DID NOT AGREE WITH THIS REGIME? DO YOU KNOW WHAT IT FEELS LIKE TO HAVE BEEN IN EXILE FOR 30 PLUS IN A COUNTRY YOU HAVE NO AFFILIATION TO?

DO YOU EVEN KNOW THE REAL HISTORY OF THAT COUNTRY THAT IS NOT YOURS AND WHERE YOU ARE MORE WELCOME THAN ME? YOU ARE RUNNING THE BUSINESSES WE SHOULD BE RUNNING BUT WE ARE NOT ALLOWED TO?

THE WHOLE WORLD SHOULD KNOW BUT WE ARE TOO SMALL ..TOO INSIGNIFICANT EVEN TO THE US WITH THEIR DRONES OPERATING IN MY COUNTRY.. THEY DO NOT WANT TO HEAR THE CRIES OF THE SESELWA MARTYRISE...WE HAVE NO RIGHTS !

Anonymous said...

YOU MAY FEEL A BIT PISSED OFF..HOW DO YOU THINK I FEEL?30 PLUS YEARS AND I CANNOT SET FOOT IN MY OWN COUNTRY .. PEOPLE LIKE YOU ARE FINANCIALLY SUPPORTING A COUNTRY THAT HAS HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS ..IF YOU READ THIS BLOG YOU MUST HAVE SEEN THE LIST OF THOSE KILLED..STILL TO BE BROUGHT TO JUSTICE AND THEIR FAMILIES HAVE NO CLOSURE.. GO BACK TO YOUR FREE COUNTRY AND MAYBE SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT THIS CORRUPT REGIME WHICH HAS ALLOWED YOU TO EARN A LIVING TELL THE TRUTH ..

Anonymous said...

Ten years ago i was working in Seychelles as a GP in Casualty at Victoria Hospital and the police brought a drunck guy so as to certify that he was drunk. Since ar that timea blood test for alcohol was not available due to technical problems at the laboratory I decided to certified that he was not drunk since there was no means that i could prove beyond any reasonable doubt that the guy was indeed drunk.

Six months later I found myself in court to testify , and Matilda Tomey (from the AG office) tried to make me admit that this guy who was involved in a traffic accident was really drunk.
The thig is after answering her stuoid questions for almost 40 mins, this lady still wanted me to admit that he was drunk.

How can someone who claims to be loyal to her country and believes in justice try to condem some to prison without reasonable proof. Since then I saw that she was rotten and that she was a very lousy lawyer, determined even to send our innocent Seychellois brothers to prison.
Ever since she was appointed, I knew that she would eventually be another TRAITOR to our beloved homeland.
Please note Matilda hat now you are on the BLACK LIST OF SEYCHELLOIS WHO HAVE BETRAYED THEIR MOTHER LAND.
You should have stayed in Ireland working as a lawyer for an NGO.

If you do really have some gray matter left in your brains, leave Seychelles and let us keeep on fighting for our freedom.

We can certainly do without incompetent parasites like you. Please go and baby sit your man and 2 kids, and if you do find it hard to maintain them we will make contribute econmically towards the maintance of your kids, but please fucking leave us fight our own war.

Have some dignity at least.

May god save us from corrupted devils

Anonymous said...

Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.

Anonymous said...

After M.TOMMY,can we have a profile about R.VOLCER.
Who is he? His family,where did he
go to school,his character etc..?
Many know him just as weekly editor/DP PRESIDENT thats all.

JEANNE D'ARC can you give us his profile as we now had for M.TOMMY?

Anonymous said...

Reply to Pissed off aka Clone of Rene The Butcher-

Stop worming about and answer the question posted to you.

On Ralph Volcere Summons-

Seychelles Freedom Party extends its support to Ralph Volcere as he faces a battle to fight for Freedom of Speech and Freedom of the Press in Seychelles. He is facing a Judiciary that is merciless when dealing blows to Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Expression.

This fight, is a fight we all who face down a communist regime.

We extend this support not because we believe in Ralph Volcere as a leader or hero as one blogger pointed out, working with Ralph in the past we know he is not hero.

The issues presented are larger then anyone of us.

You will all recall well, that Ralph has recently met with Freedom Party in Round Table meetings but then these meetings were cut short on the request of Mr. Ramkalawan who declined to meet with us, but instead went into secret meetings with Jean Paul Adam to set commitment dates for new elections foolishly.

An Alliance was then formed with SNP and DP,apparently to face new elections after election reforms, but not before democratic reforms.

Seychelles Freedom Party does not form part of this Alliance, principally, because Seychelles Freedom Party does not believe that any opposition party should should be acted so brash and in haste at this juncture of our political history. Additionally, we do not believe any opposition party should be be funded by PL or agents of PL.

This applies to PDM (Spongebob Party) , SNP, NDP.

Having said that, the rights bieng put to the butcher table today out way the quarrels we have with SNP and NDP at this time. We have no issue with PDM, in as much as we know it is a purely fake opposition.

Freedom of Expression, Freedom of Speech, The Freedom of The Press, have been rights that have been historically suffocated by the institutions of state in Seychelles. This includes the Judciary and the Court of Appeals.

These suffocated or supressed rights are the cornerstone of Democracy. Because these rights have not been nurtured over the last 18 years, today, we find ourselves grappling with a one party state scenario, in which a newspaper editor is facing 3 months in jail for minor infraction at best.

The Matter of Volcere et al illustrates how far off the road the Seychelles has gone by negligence and systemtaic Bad Faith of the ruling party to implement democratic reforms since 1993, as required by the Commonwealth, SADC, and other observers.

It is in this line of thought, that as leader of Seychelles Freedom Party, I have called for a new constitution and that be so pased by Referendum by the People of Seychelles.

In light of this common "Esprit D' Corps", in spite of the SNP DP trespasses on myself and Seychelles Freedom Party, I call on a round table of the opposition once more, to deliberate a full unabridged BOYCOTT of the Round Table meetings with PL and PDM and the Election Commission. From there, a united strategy for protests and General Boycott, followed by general strikes must be considered earnestly by all parties.

Seselwa Unite!

Sesel Pou Seselwa!

Christopher Gill
Leader
Seychelles Freedom Party

Anonymous said...

Special Forces Unit armed with 47-47's have surrounded the court house.

Court chambers have been occupied by State House thugs and Police as from 7.30am.

PL have taken another step to trample on the constitution of Seychelles

Anonymous said...

Good. Let them show the world they have the resources to suppress freedom of the press but not to fight Somali pirates.

Anonymous said...

There is no shame in seeking welfare assistance, if one needs it. The shame lies in selling your principles to have enough money to buy a fat turkey for Christmas. Mathilda Twomey has done just that.

Anonymous said...

any updates please. can someone let us know whats going on with Ralph's court case please?

Anonymous said...

It is not peaceful protesters that she needs police protection from. It is the turkey paid for by Parti Lepep that we hope she chokes on.

Anonymous said...

Is Twomey the new Alleear ?

Anonymous said...

Court compound cordoned off. No one can get close.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the updates... but how is the crowd... is there a good turn out atleast?

Anonymous said...

Seselwa y bez kapon......napa person obor lakour....Zis zot kriye enba fake profile Oli Gros gill li osi inn kapon pe kasyet....empty barrels hahaha

Anonymous said...

but thats it then... we will never be freed of this system .... our fate is sealed mate. Dictatorship will rule our land for ever. no point hoping for a change... i think not even my children's generation will see change. Thank god for giving me the courage to leave when I did.

Anonymous said...

To the blogger asking about the size of the crowd outside the court: AND WHERE ARE YOU????
Why do you expect others to stand up whilst you hide behind your blog??????

Anonymous said...

Let Khalifa come!
Let the Chinese army come!
Let Matilda screw us!
Let it rain! Let it rain! Let it rain!

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