ksazma posted:Django posted:ksazma posted:Django posted:by the way which political party would have benefited, from the demise of the threat.
What do you mean by this Django?
What i meant by "asking" and the answer looking for is , it would be asinine to harm Charandass, after the vote of NC,there was no beneficial gain. The point of using "threat" and fear for his life, by Charandass does not hold water, to seek consular services, there was none before he voted "yes" in the NCM.
That was what Carl Greenidge, pointed out in his complaint to the Canadian Embassy.
When I was about to have my first managerial job, my boss who treated me like the son he never had said to me "what I have learned in life is that things always look worse than they really are. In the end, you will realize that they were not as bad as they seem. Give yourself the necessary time". It is human nature to expect the worst and in the end, we come to the realization that it was not that bad. If Charrandas believed that he was in imminent danger, that is his right. He had observed the wickedness of the Coalition MPs and had made up his mind that he will do something about it. Heck, even the Coalition supporters had come to the conclusion that the Coalition government was not worth them going out to vote in the LGE. Secondly, it is easy to assess from afar and after time has elapsed that there is no threat. No one can put a value on rage and anger. People do things in rage and anger that they may not do if they gave themselves time to determine what is best for them. Lastly, maybe Charrandas felt in enough danger that he felt he needed the power of the Canadian government to protect him. Greenidge is clutching at straws in accusing the Canadian Consulate of doing something illegal.
I am going to prepare a chronology of events that the PPP considered a no confidence motion was deserved to be tabled against the the coalition gov't.