Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez says that July 1 is an unrealistic deadline for the regularization of the web shop sector,
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.
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.
If the PLP proceeds with its private lottery scheme, history will record that this betrayal of the common good by private greed was led by Perry Gladstone Christie and the New Guard oligarchs.
I have noticed a slant in Candia Dames’ reporting and opinion pieces over the past year that all seem meant to provoke some commentary by the former prime minister, drawing him back into national discourse.
An accomplice of the illegal numbers racketeers admits that web shop kingpins have issued over $100 million in illegal mortgages, jeopardizing the commercial banking industry.
Bernard Nottage’s morals and ethics seem to be so out of whack, it makes one wonder if he shouldn’t resign and get out of politics altogether.
The decision to ignore the vote of the people in the gambling referendum is likely to have far-reaching consequences.