Channel Television, better known as "Cover-up TV" are in the throws of preparing their assault on Ex Senator Stuart Syvret, and with the backing of Jersey's Corrupt (child abuse sponsoring) Government. They start with the article below describing Stuart Syvret as "a disgraced Senator who was once the so-called father of the house - the longest serving Senator". So, let us take a brief look at Syvret's failures and crimes, as deemed to be so hideous by our esteemed Government and main stream media.
Syvret's Failures In Government:
1/ Syvret fought against child abuse.
2/ Syvret fought against the covering up of child abuse.
3/ Syvret fought against the poisoning of the waterfront, and other parts of Jersey.
4/ Syvret fought against land rezoning corruption.
5/ Syvret fought against backhanders for the Government boys.
6/ Syvret fought against money laundering.
7/ Syvret fought against Government abuse of whistle blowers.
8/ Syvret fought against honourable policemen being persecuted.
9/ Syvret fought against covering up serial murders.
10/ Syvret fought against the most corrupted judiciary in the western world.
1/ Naming a suspected serial murderer for the protection of his electorate.
2/ Forgetting to renew a driving license he already lawfully holds, yet is not obliged to renew.
3/ Forgetting to change the address on his vehicle registry form, yet is not obliged to.
Too "Cover-up TV" and our utterly bent Jersey Government, this list of failures is nothing short of disgraceful and warrants persecution and imprisonment.
To any normal decent honourable right-minded human being, a C.V of this calibre would be a treasure to it's owner, and a proud record of a working life spent in the service of others.
If you live in Jersey and want to vote in this year's elections you've only got a week to get registered.
This year's election is being held on Wednesday 19th October and will be the nearest the island has come to a general election.
Potentially all the constables, deputies and half of the senatorial seats could be contested.
But that wont be clear until next week after two nomination nights.
Since the war there's been 12 senators in the house, but over the next three years that is being cut to just eight.
The first stage will be in October, when, instead of electing six senators islanders will only get to choose four.
We will not known until next Tuesday just how many candidates there are - but so far eight have declared. They include a former bailiff, and a disgraced senator who was once the so-called father of the house - the longest serving senator.
There are 29 deputies and all of them could potentially face a contested election. If all the candidates who say they are standing, do put their names forward, it is clear well have at least 10 elections. But, once again we wont know the full picture until nomination night. For the deputies that's the night after that for the Senators - next Wednesday.
Candidates who want to stand for Constable also have to come forward on Wednesday. This is the first time all 12 have come up at the same time.
If you want a real look at Channel Television and it's ethics, please see the green link below!!!