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Thursday, 14 July 2011

"Censure Motion Of Clown Prince Fails - Too Many Cowards In The States"

Censure Motion Failed


CHIEF Minister Terry Le Sueur was yesterday given an overwhelming show of support from fellow States Members after a censure motion against him failed.
Just five Members voted in support of the motion, which is a formal reprimand that stops short of a dismissal vote, while 40 Members opposed it and two abstained.
The motion had been brought by Deputy Trevor Pitman who said that the Chief Minister had ‘failed’ in 13 key areas.
Those areas included broken promises on GST and inclusive government and the saga relating to a committee of inquiry into historical child abuse.

Hopefully, if T.J.W puts up the audio, we will publish the link here.
Apparently (though I did not hear the speeches myself) there were some real turncoats in the States Assembly that day.

TJW has now started with the Censure audio, it can be heard at the green link directly below.

http://thejerseyway.blogspot.com/2011/07/vote-of-censure-on-chief-minister.html

http://thejerseyway.blogspot.com/2011/07/vote-of-censure-on-chief-minister-part.html

"Without traitors, the loyal do not stand out."

14 comments:

  1. Introspective said...

    CHIEF Minister Terry Le Sueur has managed to manipulated the vote to give himself an overwhelming show of support from fellow Sheep after a censure motion against him was preordained to failure.

    Just five honest brave genuine people voted in support of the motion, which is a formal slapping that stops short of a **** off your a **** head vote, while 40 conspirators opposed it and two didn't give a sh*t, abstained.

    The motion had been brought by one of the very few decent honest men on Jersey Deputy Trevor Pitman who said that the Chief Minister had ‘failed’ in 13 key areas.

    Those areas included broken promises on GST and inclusive government and the saga relating to a committee of inquiry into historical child abuse.

    It just goes to show the world that Jersey is not a place to take your kids on holiday and actualy does resemble the film "The wicker man" or some strange backwoods in America where they stone those who don't believe in their cultist clans rituals.

    I don't know why they think they can keep this quiet when more people outside of Jersey now know Jersey for Child Abuse, a haven for paedophiles reminiscent of the Pitcairn Island or New Zealand.

    Is it not time for those in Jersey to setup some distance between themselves and those who are tarnished with the brush of "The Jersey Way" or risk being hauled in the net along with them.

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  2. Are you going to stand Ian?

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  3. hahaha, am I going to stand?

    With my rather large criminal record? thanks to our corrupt police force, judiciary and bent judges and officials, I would not be permitted to stand.

    Furthermore, I would not want to be in the same room as most of those scum, let alone rub shoulders with them!

    Thanks, but no thanks :)

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  4. Besided, I can do far more damage from the outside....

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  5. Stuart, I hope he will stand though.

    Zoompad

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  6. mycomment on this article in JEP, may not get published though....

    How come comments are allowed on this but not on Ex bailif standing for senator.

    About time there was less bias in what can or cannot be commented upon or just remove the comments section for good.

    Maybe someone from the JEP could answer why there is a difference to what can and cannot be commented upon. Do the people they are writing about get asked if they will allow comments and therefore Le Sueer and pitman said no problem but ex bailif said he would prefer not?

    Simple question.

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  7. Anon

    I can assure you that when asking a direct question to the JEP, an answer will not be forthcoming....

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  8. Ian.

    And Philip Ozouf owes £10 to holidays for heroes thanks to RICO SORDA

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  9. hahaha, nice one VFC and Rico, it was a dead cert though!

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  10. Too, not to. Too many. Too much. When it's a quantity, there are too many Os :)

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  11. Itz been a veri long day, thank your for talking the tim tooooooooo correct my grandma :)

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  12. HI Ian.

    Senator Ozouf's Speech about the Chief Minister, you can listen to it HERE

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  13. NEW audio from this censure hearing at THE JERSEY WAY

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