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Trinidad not PNM country

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

The PNM has a catchy ditty being aired as a paid political advertisement. However, the line “Trinidad is PNM country” is a falsehood and continues to be quite unsettling (insulting) even after Valley previously made that claim. Isn’t there an institution that ensures truth in advertising?

While it appears, more and more, that the PNM is Patrick Nepotism Movement, less than 28 per cent support does not give ownership of Trinidad to the PNM. Does it mean that if we were to have an executive president we would therefore become chattel (slaves)?

K Maharaj

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