Alexander: the mastermind behind the rigging machinery setup

first_imgDear Editor,It is Vincent Alexander again, The PNC point man at GECOM; he is the one making and breaking laws at the institution. In fact, in all his deliberations at the Commission, he quotes himself as the law and the source of all knowledge in the workings of GECOM.It is all about what he wants, or what he wants to get done at the Commission. That final outcome, according to the information made available to us — the sources I would not here divulge — is a one-seat, so-called razor slim majority in the name of “The Coalition.”The huge problem with that corrupt transaction is that you must continue to work around the figures to bring about that result. This is Alexander’s headache and the PNC’s problem: how to, and in what ambience, massage the figures to produce a win.As was the case in the 2015 elections, this was a pretty easy task, because all Alexander and his cohorts had to do was to continue working along that deceptive path, flip that one-seat minority win for the PPP/C in 2011, and simply flip that over in 2015 into a one-seat win for the PNC-led Coalition; and eureka!So, let us carefully follow the sequence of events. I have already dealt with the Gocool Boodhoo sabotage by Alexander, so I will not dwell on that matter, but will gracefully move on from there.The chairman of GECOM, having serious issues with his conscience, resigns, paving the way for a new chairman. The constitution stipulates that the Opposition submit a list of six names from which a chairman should be chosen.The Opposition submits 18 names, all of which were rejected by the President; and, in response, he handpicks a party loyal for that position.The position of DCEO becomes available, and the acting DCEO, Mr Vishnu Persaud, was rejected for the post.Acting on the advice of Alexander, Chairman Patterson makes a casting vote for a virtual newcomer to be installed in the position of DCEO.Roxanne Myers is chosen for the post of DCEO, least qualified with no experience.Mr Alexander comes out in defence of this choice.Every dissenting voice on the commission is silenced. There is no redress.Still not comfortable with that rigging machinery setup of his, Alexander moves to create a system where all scrutinisers or keen eyes must be removed. Alexander wants to work in an atmosphere where he can manoeuvre comfortably, so he is wary of the people he has around him. His preference goes for those who, in his estimation, are staunch party supporters. In that regard, Vishnu Persaud became his latest victim.He must have gloated when Gocool Boodhoo was gotten rid of. Delivering Boodhoo’s head on a platter was a notable achievement for his party, and this emboldened the man on his iniquitous rampage.But let me sound the alarm to Alexander and sundry: you might have gotten away with Boodhoo and even Ramotar, but that scheming, illegal plot of yours will not get past the suffering people, far less a Bharrat Jagdeo. We will not allow this foolishness to gain foothold. Please note that the people of Guyana will not allow this thievery to take place again.So, to Miss Myers, I would say: You have been selected to take the blame when that sinister plan of Alexander’s is exposed. His plan is to set you up for a mighty hard fall, so be aware! Sure enough, he would be exposed when the facts and figures of the next election become clear to all. I say to you: stay clear of that “scapegoat syndrome” Alexander has backed you into; do not take the fall like this man. Keep all your data intact. Take keen stock of all sources of your data.When we, the people, would have triumphed, we are coming after Alexander. The first item on our agenda would be a SOCU investigation into all the machinations of Alexander at GECOM.  This is a vital decision, because it goes to the heart of our democratic right to choose who governs us, and not to be left at the behest of a corrupt individual. Alexander must be investigated and prosecuted to the maximum; he must not get away with it.It is Alexander’s mistaken belief that he can secretly steal another win for his beloved party, but all of those plans have been made public, and the nonsense must stop now! We will not accept any hand-me-down votes; we demand every vote cast by the honest, conscientious, hardworking suffering people of Guyana; no more no less. We want every last vote given to us; not votes given to us by Alexander and his cabal, but every vote credited to us. We demand our votes, every last one!Respectfully,Neil Adamslast_img read more

The 5 Takeaways from the Coyotes introduction of

first_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Cromartie spent his first four NFL seasons (2006-09) with the San Diego Chargers, the last of which he played under newly-hired Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks, who coached defensive backs.From 2010-13, Cromartie played for the New York Jets before spending 2014 with Arizona.That year, the Cardinals went 11-5 in the regular season and lost to the Carolina Panthers, 27-16, in the NFC Wild Card Game. Cromartie recorded 43 tackles, three interceptions and 10 passes defensed during the regular season before picking off a pass and defending two more in the playoff loss.“To my ‘Bird Gang Family,’ The Arizona Cardinals and the (Bidwill) Family; although my time with you was short, I️ enjoyed my year there and I loved the opportunity you gave me,” Cromartie wrote on Instagram. “It was an honor to play for such a great organization.”After leaving Arizona, Cromartie returned to the Jets for the 2015 season and in 2016 played for the Indianapolis Colts. Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Arizona Cardinals’ Antonio Cromartie (31) returns an interception against the Carolina Panthers in the first half of an NFL wild card playoff football game in Charlotte, N.C., Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015. (AP Photo/Mike McCarn) Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Arizona Cardinals cornerback Antonio Cromartie announced Monday that he was retiring from the NFL after 11 seasons.“Today is the day I️ knew I️ would eventually have to face, but one I never wanted to accept,” he wrote on Instagram. “After 27 years of playing football, today I say farewell. God blessed me with the opportunity to play in the NFL for 11 years, and after much consideration and prayer, I’d like to officially announce my retirement.” 3 Comments   Share   last_img read more