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Belize City
Wednesday, June 3, 2020


COVID-19 is the craziest crisis I have seen in my adult years on planet earth. I have not been saying anything, because Mose is doing most of the talking for Kremandala, while Cordel is involved with the leadership of the Opposition People’s United Party (PUP). Strictly speaking, as I’ve explained before, I speak only for four percent of the Belizean people, and this is a time for mass mobilization. As a nation, we need to get this whole virus situation as right as we possibly can.

Personally, my views remain pretty much the same as they have been for all my adult life, and you know what those views are. They focus on the sinister nature of white supremacy, and call for our people to open our eyes. White supremacy developed the ability to destroy humanity and planet earth. This is a fact. In threatening and frightening the rest of us, they also endangered themselves. So much for that for the time being.

Insofar as Kremandala is concerned, my older children have now taken complete control of our communications apparatus. I remain executive chairman in title, but I basically am now following instructions.

In times like these, Kremandala has always been the leader in alerting the Belizean people, and the Belizean people know this, which is the reason they are loyal to Partridge Street. As an example, I remember when the Social Security Board scandal broke out in late July of 2004, the national radio monopoly ignored the story for a week because their top leadership was hobnobbing with the Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) in Placencia. Kremandala was on the ground. This is where we came from, and this is where we remain.

Power to the people.

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