Saint Vincent Judas Style

Submitted by Nathan ‘Jolly’ Green

Let us discuss Judas Law, Judas Politics, and Judas Business. The Vincentian Judas syndrome. Pontious Pilate and Herod were murderous statesmen, but unlike today’s political leaders they were then and are now historically called statesmen.

Today in Saint Vincent, few political leaders can be classed as statesmen or even stateswomen. Today’s Saint Vincent leader is little more than a flatulent hog, bloated with food and severely damaging the worlds ozone layer.

Saint Vincent has been ruled for twenty years by a man who has helped more than any other Vincentian himself and his family, to destroy the kindness and the traditional Vincentian way of life. He has created a family dynasty’s root structure to continue his ruling behaviour into the mist-shrouded future.

As the prime minister, he has created all sorts of nasty traits in his image, attributes, and behaviour mirrored, copied, and emulated by young people who are easily moulded, convinced, that nasty is better than nice. Wrong is better than right.

None of the grandparents of today’s adults would have elected Ralph Gonsalves, he was in the wilderness for years, hated by housewives, classed as a communist moron for the better part of his early political life. Local newspapers chat pages were full of anti-Gonsalves rhetoric. Stories that were not written by politicians or academics but by little old grandpa’s and grandma’s, ordinary Vincentian folk who wanted none of the left-wing rubbish growing like cancer in the country’s womb at the time.

Most of our grandparents hated him; some even feared him and his communist-style politics. They would never have elected him in a million years; local Vincentian newspaper columns were always full of comments by those folk condemning and calling him nasty names. They saw a threat in him being head of government, leading the government, even being a member of parliament (MP) as a definite no. No.

How then did we end up with someone who was unliked and mistrusted by the old folk?

That was a part of the early introduction of the Judas syndrome introduced into Saint Vincent by such rotten characters as Vincent Beache. He entered politics in 1972 when he was defeated in the North Central Leeward constituency by Victor Cuffy of the People’s Political Party (PPP). After that, Beache was to win the seat on the next three elections held on 1974,1979, and 1984, twice trouncing Ralph Gonsalves and Victor Cuffy. Vincent Beache was indeed a Judas character; he sold out the Labour Party of Saint Vincent to a party with communist leaders, people who could not get elected. Gonsalves at the time was part of the MNU leadership and that political party had Leninist Communist ideals. The membership was all rank supporters of Karl Marx and loved Cuba, the revolution, and dreamt of being Vincentian Castro figures.

So how did Judas Beache sell out our country of decency to a rag and tag collection of young want to be revolutionaries? It was not difficult, and history has shown it was a sell-out and not a giveaway by the Judas. Vincent Beache was honoured to such an extent for his service to the communist cause that he spent all the years up to his death almost, reaping the profits of his Judas actions.

The Unity Labour Party (ULP) was founded in 1994 by a merger of the Movement for National Unity (MNU) and the Saint Vincent Labour Party (SVLP) with Vincent Beache as its leader. The MNU was a communist stronghold party, which was never a stronghold, more like an unwanted weak-hold party. A party of Castroites and people who wanted to change Saint Vincent into a Marxist monster world.

At the end of the contentious 1998 general election, when polling results giving the New Democratic Party (NDP) eight seats and the ULP seven seats were announced, Vincent Beache declared that he could not accept the outcome and called for fresh elections, alleging voter intimidation, fraud, and bribery. The NDP promptly rebutted this.

Vincent et al. Judas Beache resigned as leader of the ULP in 1998 after doing a secret deal with Ralph Gonsalves, making way for Dr Gonsalves to assume leadership of the party.

But when Gonsalves apposed Vincent Beache, prior to the deal, he used some of these words against him. Vincent Beache is a coconut bat. Vincent Beache is just an electrician. Vincent Beache, dirty beach. Yet after all that he recommended Beache to be bestowed a Knighthood, for service to the Vincentian people, which it turned out was a service to Ralph Gonsalves.

When the ULP was elected to office in March 2001, Beache was returned as Member of Parliament for South Windward. Despite all the previous name calling Gonsalves fully embraced Beache. Although Beache knew nothing whatsoever about the subject, he was made, under the Gonsalves leadership, Minister of National Security, and put in charge of the Public Service and Airport Development in the Gonsalves’ ULP administration of 2001 – 2005. He also acted as Prime Minister at various times between 2001 and 2005.

Vincent Beache resigned from Government and active politics before the general elections of 2005, vacating his seat in South Windward where his son, Glen Beache successfully replaced him.

In retirement Ralph Gonsalves ensured Beache remained active in public life, serving as a close advisor to Prime Minister Gonsalves and on the boards of several Government-owned companies and organizations. He was credited with responsibility for the construction of the Belle Isle prison. Also, he drove the process for the establishment of the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority (ECCAA) while contributing to the establishment of the Argyle International Airport (AIA), the Canouan jet airport and many other important initiatives like the Campden Park Industrial Estate. The rewards had started to flood in; he earned more money from politics than he ever dreamed possible. A grateful Ralph Gonsalves heaped every position of financial gain potential on Judas Beache.

The biggest Judas triumph was in 2002 when Vincent Beache was awarded the Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (KCMG) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for distinguished public service. Recommended to the Governor-General for knighthood by Ralph Gonsalves and the Judas now became known as Sir Vincent Beache. Most of us who follow politics know the only distinguished service emanated from Beache was shown to only one Vincentian, it was Ralph Gonsalves that benefited from Vincent Beache. Gonsalves without Beach would have been a political failure all his life. Beache never stopped benefitting from the Judas action of passing the leadership of the ULP to Ralph Gonsalves.

The people of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, well perhaps not the Grenadines, because the old and wise in the Grenadines knew and recognized the truth and never accepted the communist MNU now cloaked, shrouded from view, and known as the Unity Labour Party. But those Labour supporters from Saint Vincent island were sold a pup and never recognized it, they thought, and still think the ULP is a labour party when it is a communist party, organised and controlled by a communist leadership. A party that has spent two decades actively working and whittling away Vincentians’ rights and privileges to bring them into line with the ULP model, Cuba.

Today even more people cannot live without state handouts, three times more getting national benefits. Despite that, there are still people going hungry, more people without work, and no youth jobs. But all that we must expect when we are the subjects of a bloodless revolution, a peaceful transition to being a fully-fledged communist state. Most of the poor must expect to be put to some severe hardships during the transition.

Many middle-class have fled to the US, Canada, and the UK. They are the lucky ones; they can expect a better life beyond the reach of the Judas principles and the Communist League of Nations registered ULP government.

Those of us left to fight Saint Vincent’s left and their hero nations, Cuba, Venezuela, Iran, North Korea and all the rogue states everywhere whose principles are based on rigged elections, bought elections, stolen elections, even no elections, using dirty military and dirty police to help achieve dirty Judas governments. We must never give up the fight in ridding SVG of its Judas Judiciary, Judas Police, and Judas Government. Remembering how they came to power with Judas politicians’ help, we must persevere in telling what we see, what we hear, and what we believe.

It is time to become even more anti-communist revolutionary and reject our affiliation to Cuba, Venezuela, and all those other Judas states. Perhaps it is time for us to have our bloodless revolution, but decent, honest Judas hating people do not work like that.

The great thing about life is that it is eventually self-cleansing, death of Judas leaders ultimately relieves the world of the Judas syndrome bringers. We have seen the end of several Judas leaders, Castro, Chavez, Beache, and soon because he cannot live forever, Ralph Gonsalves. The latter may already be well on the path to goodbye due to his excessive eating, gorging like every meal is the last supper, his last meal, perhaps it is, maybe it is!

https://vincikallaloo.wordpress.com/2012/11/30/were-the-vincentian-marxists-ever-close-to-revolution/

18 comments

  • We think it unwise, given the state of socalled Western democracies, to overemphasize another political model which has largely declined with the fall of the USSR. For the West is following suit. How else can the emergence of a Donald Trump be explained.

    The writer obviously knows nothing about Iran and Venezuela. And on Cuba appears to be informed by dated hatreds. Indeed, the central failure of capitalism was its unwillingness to accept, in full, the critique of Karl Marx.

    More worrisome is his perceived appetite for capitalist structures which are either failing or collapsing all over the world, as well.

    These, the demise of both systems, require a more sophisticated, non binary, analytical approach.

    All of the islands of SVG hold a special place in our hearts. We have spend much time there and are deeply saddened to read about the demised of places considered a second home.

    On the other hand, we have no liking for Gonzales and his involvement in Guyana at the insistence of Washington to make war on Venezuela.

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  • Spent

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  • @Pacha

    You mentioned Iran, you read this morning that country has increased enrichment of uranium by 20%? Let us hope Trump is not distracted from his priority of playing golf.

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  • The writer seems to be oblivious to the demise of the other systems happening before our very eyes.

    Get off the communist bashing train and stretch your mind to imagine a new system!

    The problem is bigger than Ralph Gonzalves.

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  • David

    Your comment is tinged with the presumption that the Iranians are afraid of their enemies. They are not.

    On the JCPOA, or the nuclear agreement, the Iranians are still operating within its terms. Those terms include an ability by all parties to reduce commitments if other parties fail to live up to their obligations.

    Donald Trump withdrew America unilaterally and their minions in the EU essentially followed likewise while Iran continued their maximum commitments for over a full year before starting to scale back.

    The Iranian Supreme Leader has long ruled that atomic weapons are a crime against God. There is no evidence the Iranians seek nuclear weapons. They could have long done this if they wanted to. Israel however has hundreds of these weapons, illegally.

    The thing is that, the secret nobody likes to tell, is that modern conventional bombs are doing far more damage than most think.

    On the other hand, while they prefer to avoid war they are prepared and not afraid of America. In fact, it is America which is afraid of Iran and its friends.

    Please know that since the revolution, 1979, the Iranians and their friends have defeated America in proxy wars half dozen times. These defeats can no longer be ignored in the West.

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  • @Pacha

    The comment from the blogmaster is more about what an escalation in hostilities between Iran and US bodes for SIDs like Barbados on the back of a raging epidemic.

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  • David
    Well, America’s hot war on Yemen has continued in earnest during the pandemic as were the many engagements of empire’s war machine all over the world. Yemen is the poorest country in the world.

    Not unlike SIDs, Iran has suffered for 40 years under comprehensive American sanctions. Sanctions are the preferred means of war, not bombs as empire can no long win at real war.

    The strong do what the hell they like. And the weak must absorb every such action.

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  • So it seems Pacha, and so it seems.

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  • @ DavidJanuary 4, 2021 8:16 AM
    “@Pacha
    You mentioned Iran, you read this morning that country has increased enrichment of uranium by 20%? Let us hope Trump is not distracted from his priority of playing golf.”
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    David [BU], neither Russia (Putin) nor China (Xi Jinping) would allow the madman as foreseen by Nostradamus to ‘unleash’ his pit bull in the ME to attack the Persian bear.

    The American imperialistic project will collapse but, hopefully, not through a ‘global’ war the world cannot afford at this point of existence of the human species.

    Unless, of course you, like GP, ‘believe’ in the ‘eschatologically’ foreseen events like the Rapture, Armageddon and the anti-Christ which Trump would be playing that part.

    Let’s all hope a volcano like Krakatoa or Kilauea blows it top to take man’s mind off nuclear war.

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  • ‘Don’t panic, but be alert’ about Soufriere volcano
    KINGSTOWN – One of the scientists monitoring the La Soufriere volcano, which began erupting effusively one week ago, says residents should remain on high alert, but not panic about the situation.
    “… in summary, you may have to remain at a high [alert] level for a long time. You need to keep listening out, you don’t have to get overly concerned … What you need to do is that if the volcano goes explosive, essentially, we need to move off the mountain for a certain period of time until it gets rid of all that explosion. And then at some point, you may be able to come back,” Richard Robertson, a geologist, said during an interview on local radio over the weekend.
    Robertson is among a team of specialists from the Seismic Research Unit at The University of the West Indies St Augustine campus in in Trinidad and Tobago that has been dispatched to help monitor the volcano.
    “Good or bad, the effusive part in Soufriere has often gone on for longer than the explosive part. So it may go on for a little while and so people need to sort of be prepared for a longer haul – a few weeks, at least, of this going on and, therefore, being at a high level of alert. But don’t get complacent, don’t get overly panicky about the situation but just be prepared that you may have to move or you may not.”
    Emergency management officials have been using aircraft to monitor the growth of a new dome, which was discovered last week Tuesday in the volcano that last erupted in 1979.
    The 1979 event, an explosive eruption that took place on April 13, Good Friday, is said to have resulted in the evacuation of 20 000 persons from North Leeward and North Windward.
    No lives were lost as a consequence of that eruption, which saw thousands of persons spending months in evacuation camps set up mainly in schools and other public buildings.
    Last Saturday, the National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) said that no aerial reconnaissance was done on that day as a result of the high wind advisory in effect for the country .
    NEMO said that Robertson and his team, however, continued work to upgrade the volcano monitoring system.
    A webcam monitoring system was installed at Rose Hall to constantly monitor the summit of the volcano. A data centre was also established at the observatory at Belmont to analyse the data collected from the ‘Don’t panic, but be alert’ about Soufriere volcano
    KINGSTOWN – One of the scientists monitoring the La Soufriere volcano, which began erupting effusively one week ago, says residents should remain on high alert, but not panic about the situation.
    “… in summary, you may have to remain at a high [alert] level for a long time. You need to keep listening out, you don’t have to get overly concerned … What you need to do is that if the volcano goes explosive, essentially, we need to move off the mountain for a certain period of time until it gets rid of all that explosion. And then at some point, you may be able to come back,” Richard Robertson, a geologist, said during an interview on local radio over the weekend.
    Robertson is among a team of specialists from the Seismic Research Unit at The University of the West Indies St Augustine campus in in Trinidad and Tobago that has been dispatched to help monitor the volcano.
    “Good or bad, the effusive part in Soufriere has often gone on for longer than the explosive part. So it may go on for a little while and so people need to sort of be prepared for a longer haul – a few weeks, at least, of this going on and, therefore, being at a high level of alert. But don’t get complacent, don’t get overly panicky about the situation but just be prepared that you may have to move or you may not.”
    Emergency management officials have been using aircraft to monitor the growth of a new dome, which was discovered last week Tuesday in the volcano that last erupted in 1979.
    The 1979 event, an explosive eruption that took place on April 13, Good Friday, is said to have resulted in the evacuation of 20 000 persons from North Leeward and North Windward.
    No lives were lost as a consequence of that eruption, which saw thousands of persons spending months in evacuation camps set up mainly in schools and other public buildings.
    Last Saturday, the National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) said that no aerial reconnaissance was done on that day as a result of the high wind advisory in effect for the country .
    NEMO said that Robertson and his team, however, continued work to upgrade the volcano monitoring system.
    A webcam monitoring system was installed at Rose Hall to constantly monitor the summit of the volcano. A data centre was also established at the observatory at Belmont to analyse the data collected from the volcano.
    The team also conducted an alternate site exploration at Fancy and other areas to identify new sites where equipment would be installed. (CMC)

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  • Colonial constructed politics has been nothing but a disaster on the earth, just like slavery and everything else these power wielders touch…anyway, ah see cousin Elizabeth getting a shout out in this video, they forgot to shout out cousin Boris and he’s the head one with these elaborate plans for Africas descendants….

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  • RE the anti-Christ which Trump would be playing that part.
    TRUMP CANT BE the anti-Christ
    1- HE LOVES WOMAN, THE ANTICHRIST DOES NOT
    2 HE IS NOT A JEW- ANTICHRIST IS PREDICTED TO BE A JEW

    FROM THE BEGINNING IN 2016 I POINTED OUT THAT TRUMP WOULD BE ANALOGOUS TO KING JOSIAH, AND THAT JUST AS JUDAH IMPLODED AND FELL TO THE BABYLONIANS POST JOSIAH, IN LIKE MANNER THE USA WOULD IMPLODE POST TRUMP
    TIME WILL TELL…….BUT THERE WILL BE A CHANGE OF EMPIRE WHETHER AMERICANS LIKE IT OR NOT

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  • Many middle-class have fled to the US, Canada, and the UK. They are the lucky ones; they can expect a better life beyond the reach of the Judas principles and the Communist League of Nations registered ULP government.

    Xxxxxxxxxxx

    WHEN I READ THE BLOG POST THOUGHT HE WAS WRITING ABOUT 2 X 3 BARBADOS.

    SAME TYPE OF BS THAT GULLIBLE LOCAL BLACK PEOPLE FALL FOR.

    NO WONDER CONTINUE TO BE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TOTEM POLE.

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  • On the way to being one country.

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  • Religion is a curse on the earth.

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  • Yes, but spirituality is not.

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  • Nathan 'Jolly' Green

    Pachamama, spirituality in SVG is to do with drinking strong rum, hacking the wife or girlfriend to death with a cutlass and sitting on walls in the dark at night muttering indistinguishable rubbish. Uncles and nephews, and neighbour raping little children, it is out of control. No jobs, no future, empty bellies and a bottle of strong rum stolen from whatever store in Kingstown they can get it from. One company alone loses several bottles of strong rum a week. Every couple of months they manage to get one into court and hopefully locked up. They do not steal to feed the children, they steal to support their drunken orgies of violence and filth.

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  • Ralph Gonsalves is a fat moron. Useless for SVG.

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