If the Christian Council had the slightest connection with reality they would be loudly condemning Randy Fraser’s blatant attempt to make wrong right.
After a resounding ‘No’ vote in the referendum, Prime Minister Christie declared that offending webshop owners and their gaming operations, including all online gaming and the numbers games, must cease with immediate effect.
Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez says that July 1 is an unrealistic deadline for the regularization of the web shop sector,
Crime Pays! Drugs, gun running, human trafficking and money laundering are upon as viable industries in many Caribbean countries. This is undermining national security. and needs to stop.
Isn’t that like saying that the general election was non-binding? That the wishes of the people do not matter, because they are going to do what they want, despite what the electorate has to say.
A third alternative would be where the web shops, which have offered or allowed gaming on their premises, are shut down and their owners prosecuted in connection with any and all violations of the law.
Like many actions taken and statements made by the PLP in the tumultuous general election campaign, the unwise decision to advertise the country’s murder count has come back to haunt the Christie administration.
It’s easy to become a millionaire when you are engaging in illegal activities. It doesn’t take any brains at all. This is proven by gangster Craig Flowers’ warped perspective on the failed gambling referendum.
Politicians such as Gibson, who are stuck in an ideological rut, are mainly responsible for this 21st century country with a political atmosphere resembling that of the Dark Ages.