Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Ramgoolam Implying He is A Weak PM

See, he said in an interview to Le Mauricien that he was against Infinity BPO receiving any stimulus money. The snag is that this company has been getting government help on more occasions than one. That too after it was granted stimulus paisa. So here is a PM not getting his way, repeatedly.

He went on to add in another interview to The Mauritius Times that he told Stiglitz he had always been against trickle-down economics. Hmm. How strong a PM then would have allowed such a vicious version of these toxic policies to be implemented between 2005 and 2010? Especially when we know that they amount to a brutal betrayal of Labour Party's DNA.

And he plans of reintroducing the death penalty. That's not going to happen either. Unless he wants to end his third term prematurely.


Anonymous said...

Re. Sirop Stimulus and Infinity: It's not his fault, it's his advisor's fault- that of Mr Darga. Ramgoolam has simply mislead(cough cough, as often.....oh no as very very often)

Anonymous said...

l'enfer, c'est les autres!

Ramgoolam un ti malin ca, enfin li penser.

Anonymous said...

BTW, ca espese de Josezeth la, ki li finne faire ici ca - rien a part cause causer ki pas vraiment concerne nous - a part le fait ki li dire banking services ridiculously high dans entier le monde et ki zote monopole li vilain.

HRDC p nette force employeurs donne 1 pourcent lor la paye chaque employee et enan banne dimoune ki p prends avantage tout ca trop facilement. plutot ti donne employees ca cash la directement, li pa alle finit dans la main banne dimoune ki p organise traning ki pas relevant. p apelle tout sort kalite dimoune ici pou cause ceki nous deja connais. ki sanne la profiter - banne personne ki organise tou ca. eh fek la HRDC finne depense 7 millions pays segatiers avec ca casse la.Maru pays ca!!!

The lunatics are running the asylum!!!