Ramkalawan sues left, right and centre

                                          The dictator rears his ugly head

This week, Wavel Ramkalawan, Leader of the Opposition and Person of Indian Origin, was busy in court filing cases against all those who dared offended him in anyway.

The man who claims to be the founder of democracy and free speech is today taking a lot of issues when his opponent, real or imaginary, exercises their right to freedom of speech.

And so was Johan Loze, facebook activist, taken to court by Ramkalawan for criticising him on the social media.  His longtime supporter, Raoul Rene Payet was also not spared his wrath for exposing Ramkalawan’s hypocrisy on the Assomption debacle. Last to be dragged to court was his erstwhile friend, Allen Camille, for his latest album which Ramkalawan claims contain lyrics insinuating he was corrupt.

Indeed, Ramkalawan has become allergic to any reproach hurled against him. Last week, everyone was shocked to hear a bitter Ramkalawan forcing the hand of the new Speaker, Hon. Nicholas Prea, to discipline the Hon. Chantal Ghislain for making allusion to a moutya song about those who took money to go and work on assumption but failed to turn up. No mention was made of Ramkalawan and yet he took great exception to that remark.

There is an adage that says that if you really want to know the true character of a man, give him power. Now that Ramkalawan wields unlimited power as Leader of the Opposition, he has shown himself to be a despicable tyrant with no tolerance whatsoever for any criticism. There is no doubt that this guy is a big danger to our fledgling democracy and needs to be stopped now.



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