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Re: " Meeting at the Cross-roads of yet another decision."

>>>>>>VjL wrote........But tell me, how in the dickens can we expect to lead Grenadians into that promise land, with them holding more debt per capita than their GDP per capita? The answer to this can be found within the Chinese Banking Industry (the " New God of gifts and free stuff").<<<<

Bro I think you are overthinking this. There is no latter day "Moses" with any intent to lead Grenadians to the Promised Land. How could there be, when we could not even be lead them to their own lands, behind their homes,what we used to be called "we Kitchen Garden".

We have fast become a "Welfare society" begging bread from top to bottom.The evening news is crammed with announcements of grants, loans, and donations bestowed on pure Grenada. The RGPF is showing off its brand new fleet of vehicles, some reminiscent of props in a Bruce Lee movie, in its dogged pursuit of criminals and lawbreakers.We are a Christian Country, I have often heard, and I believe that the Bible said something about Manna from Heaven, so what if Heaven changed its location from the West to the East, as long as which ever God continues to "RUN DE BREAD".

It would behoove which ever party which emerges victorious in the next election to seek assistance from any and all sources to formulate a comprehensive development plan,with adequate financing,to develop the nations economy, based upon Agriculture, Agro Industry, Fisheries, Tourism, and maybe even finance if our new friends designates us as the hub for regional funding.