Tag archive for ‘Letter to the Editor’
Dr. J. Foundation - Hurricane Irma Reintegration Program (23)
By The Publisher On Saturday, November 2nd, 2019
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Former Minister Ferrier: “The trust fund is failing”

PHILIPSBURG – “If the rules allow hurricane victims to remain homeless after two years, something is not right about the rules,” former interim Finance Minister Michael Ferrier writes in a letter to the editor More...

StMaartenNews Letters
By The Publisher On Sunday, September 29th, 2019
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The rise of anti “Dutch” rhetoric

Dear Editor, The last few years have seen on Sint Maarten the rise of substantial anti “Dutch” rhetoric and many will be asking why this has arisen so suddenly and strongly . The “Dutch” that are targeted More...

StMaartenNews Letters
By The Publisher On Monday, September 9th, 2019
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What can we learn from the Dorian experience in Abacos?

Dear Editor, Super hurricanes are likely to be a regular feature of island life in the Caribbean in the future. The Irma experience and the Dorian experience in the Abacos and Grand Bahama are going to be repeated More...

StMaartenNews Letters
By The Publisher On Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019
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A unique achievement by Winair

Dear Editor, A remarkable report about aviation and government caught my eye in your online publication recently. It is a global phenomenon that small airlines are generally not profitable. In the Caribbean they More...

StMaartenNews Opinion
By The Publisher On Monday, September 2nd, 2019
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Decision to screen supervisory board members commendable

Dear Editor, The decision by the Prime Minister to screen appointed members to the Supervisory Board of Directors of government-owned companies is commendable and should be welcomed by all. In executing this decree More...

Mullet Bay golf course
By The Publisher On Monday, September 2nd, 2019
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Parliamentary Inquiry costs more and still you have no legal binding outcome

Dear editor, If you claim ownership of land and problems occur about the claim, you can go to court and ask a verdict. The judge will check the claim related to the civil code and eventually other legislation in More...

Bull in glass cage
By The Publisher On Monday, September 2nd, 2019
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TBO: THE BULL IN A GLASS CAGE

Dear Editor, The integrity filled TBO (Team Betterment Oppression) that is being permitted to create havoc here. This team of Dutch investigators have a modus operandi (MO) which can be qualified as abuse of the More...

StMaartenNews Letters
By The Publisher On Thursday, August 29th, 2019
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STOCKHOLM SYNDROME

Dear Editor, TBO is the team for betterment of oppression. That is the true meaning of the abbreviation. There is no interest of discovering the truth. The only objective is to get a story plausible enough to go More...

StMaartenNews Letters
By The Publisher On Tuesday, August 27th, 2019
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DRAWN OUT INVESTIGATIONS

Dear Editor, Divide and conquer used to be the tool by which the Dutch acquired colonies and controlled them. This principal is well known as is the savvy with which it has been applied through the years . Even More...

StMaartenNews Letters
By The Publisher On Tuesday, August 20th, 2019
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Discussions in Parliament ignore economic impact marine industry

Dear Sir, Recently there were discussions in parliament about lease land that housed a boatyard (St Maarten Shipyard) and the press also covered the matter of the major marina in Oyster Pond (Captain Olivers) where More...