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Woman takes own life six months after having twins

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent –This country on Thursday registered another suicide death, the third since high school student Romario D. Sayers killed himself on April 26.

Reports reaching I-Witness News, indicate that Alleyne Cozier, 36, of Prospect, originally of Sandy Bay, committed suicide on Thursday.

Cozier killed herself six months after giving birth to twins.

Her death comes days after 26-year-old Kendol Lee was found dead in his Glamorgan home around 3 p.m. Monday.

He is also believed to have killed himself.

Sayers, a 16-year-old student of the St. Vincent Grammar School, committed suicide, two weeks ago.

Suicide prevention information

HELPGUIDE.org says that any suicidal talk or behaviour should be taken seriously since it’s not just a warning sign that the person is thinking about suicide but is a cry for help.

While a suicidal person may not ask for help that doesn’t mean that help isn’t wanted, the resource says.

“Most people who commit suicide don’t want to die—they just want to stop hurting,” the online resource said, adding that suicide prevention starts with recognizing the warning signs and taking them seriously.

“If you think a friend or family member is considering suicide, you might be afraid to bring up the subject. But talking openly about suicidal thoughts and feelings can save a life. Speak up if you’re concerned and seek professional help immediately! Through understanding, reassurance, and support, you can help your loved one overcome thoughts of suicide.”

While many suicidal person might not exhibit any change in behaviour, the American Psychological Association said that you should be concerned if someone you know:

  • Talks about committing suicide
  • Has trouble eating or sleeping
  • Exhibits drastic changes in behavior
  • Withdraws from friends or social activities
  • Loses interest in school, work or hobbies
  • Prepares for death by writing a will and making final arrangements
  • Gives away prized possessions
  • Has attempted suicide before
  • Takes unnecessary risks
  • Has recently experienced serious losses
  • Seems preoccupied with death and dying
  • Loses interest in his or her personal appearance
  • Increases alcohol or drug use.

If you suspect that someone is contemplating suicide, you can contact a religious leader, social worker, counsellor or officials at the government’s Social Welfare Department.

Helpguide.org further says:

Talking to a friend or family member about their suicidal thoughts and feelings can be extremely difficult for anyone. But if you’re unsure whether someone is suicidal, the best way to find out is to ask. You can’t make a person suicidal by showing that you care. In fact, giving a suicidal person the opportunity to express his or her feelings can provide relief from loneliness and pent-up negative feelings, and may prevent a suicide attempt.

Ways to start a conversation about suicide:

  • I have been feeling concerned about you lately.
  • Recently, I have noticed some differences in you and wondered how you are doing.
  • I wanted to check in with you because you haven’t seemed yourself lately.

Questions you can ask:

  • When did you begin feeling like this?
  • Did something happen that made you start feeling this way?
  • How can I best support you right now?
  • Have you thought about getting help?

What you can say that helps:

  • You are not alone in this. I’m here for you.
  • You may not believe it now, but the way you’re feeling will change.
  • I may not be able to understand exactly how you feel, but I care about you and want to help.

When you want to give up, tell yourself you will hold off for just one more day, hour, minute — whatever you can manage.

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33 thoughts on “Woman takes own life six months after having twins

  1. This has to be taken seriously, St Vincent has never have this much suicide so close together. The pressure of the country is getting to people. I understand that it might seem hopeless, but no bad government is worth taking your life. What is my beautiful country coming to. This is the kinds of things that happens when you don’t care about your country Prime Minister. 4 deaths cannot be a coincident, do something and stop talking bout party politics. Your the damn PM of the whole country, turn the economy around and if you can’t let someone who can do it. People can’t take it anymore.

    Posted by blane | May 4, 2012, 20:42
    • How you arrived at that conclusion? Do you know the particulars of each case? How is the government to be blamed? Do your research before coming up with these farfetched notions!

      Posted by Lucy | May 4, 2012, 21:13
      • “Farfetched notions”, Tell me miss Lucy when have ST Vincent ever in our history have 4 suicide in the space of 4 weeks, oh that’s right it never happened before. People in St Vincent mostly kill themselves for crime of passion, when was the last time you heard someone drink Gamaxon, oh yea i forgot the banana industry gone so they don’t have any to drink. People catching hell to make it to a next day in St Vincent, when i was down there, a girl told me that She didn’t eat for 3 days,3 days, if somebody had told me i would have never believe them.DO YOU UNDERSTAND THE STATE OF ST VINCENT RIGHT NOW??? If it wasn’t for people from overseas sending money down there the situation would be a lot worst. Just stop and think for a second, if banana not bringing in money, tourism not bringing in money, fisheries not bringing in money, where the heck is the money coming from??
        I am tired of people defending a government who can’t even defend themselves.

        I am a Vincentian and i put my country before any political party, and will always do that. And the current governing party have done a very bad job.Some people just can’t take it anymore and so you have the suicides that are happening here. If you had any sense Lucy, you would know that 4 of anything is way past a coincident. What they all had in common was that they lived in St Vincent under the ULP, in a bad economy with financial pressure. That is one thing you cannot deny.

        Posted by blane | May 5, 2012, 01:43
    • well imagine that, I swear if rain aint come for three months going be Ralph fault. Listen BLANE.
      It is my opinion that you are indeed a fool. The country is in crisis because we have abandoned the values that the country was founded on like Christianity and communities being responsible for raising the children and supporting each other as parents. It is narrow minded ideas like yours that truly stifle any real progress and drive people to kill themselves in the first place because a country filled with idiots like you will truly induce suicide by the ones who wish to escape your ” nonsensical “ridicule. stroops!!!!!

      Posted by whoaint Fraid u | May 4, 2012, 22:36
      • WHOAINT FRAID U. What you’re talking about is just foolishness. “RAIN” what the hell are you talking about. This isn’t about rain, this about 4 suicide in St Vincent in the space of 4 weeks, that is a feat that i don’t think we have ever had happened. We are breaking records for all the wrong reasons, suicide is just one of the bad things that happens when people think they have no hope. AND THE COUNTRY IS IN BAD SHAPE BECAUSE OF A BAD GOVERNMENT, not because of religion, don’t bring religion into this. If you had any sense you would know that it is not far fetched for Stealing,suicide,rape, to increase in a very very very bad economy. I DO NOT WANT ANYONE ELSE TO COMMIT SUICIDE. So i am urging the government to stop with this party nonsense and try to get the country on track. And if you can’t do it, we will find someone who can, this has gone too far now.

        Posted by blane | May 5, 2012, 13:17
  2. Blane,.. whoever you are, I agree with your opening statement. “This has to be taken seriously”…however with all respects I doubt that you have the expertise to even intelligently speculate as to the multiple complex causes of suicide. I doubt that you have even read or asked about what “may” have been the stories behind the very unfortunate acts..and while they sound like rare “coincidences”…note the correct spelling….Your simplistic partisan attempt to analyse this matter is absurd and even disrespectful to the deceased and their mourning families. Its amazing how you political neophytes blinded by hatred for PM Gonsalves blame …or maybe you will prefer “BLANE” him for every mishap in our country….let me give you a few words or terminologies to go look up…..depression,…post-partum psychosis, schizophrenia…their explanation may help you to understand some of the possible causes of suicide in these cases.
    I sincerely express my condolences to the bereaved families/relatives of the deceased…I hope they receive the necessary counselling and support to take them through this most painful period….Please lets get some positive and encouraging conversation….lets at least let go of the acrid political animosity in this situation.
    The article was very well done. I think the idea of including “suicide prevention information” was excellent. I hope it helps someone….Blane, please reread this article.

    Posted by Doug Slater | May 4, 2012, 21:39
    • Slater, this is a tragedy. The suicide before this one, i might have brushed it off. But 4 suicide in St Vincent so close together is something that is unheard of. What is the common denominator all of these people share. Like i said 4 suicide is gone past a coincident.

      Posted by blane | May 5, 2012, 09:02
    • Slater you are a sad sad man. The poor people are the ones who have to deal with mess that you guys created. It was partisan mess that got us into this situation. Do you know how angry i am that you can sit their and try to act like the actions of you all and the mess you made with our country, is innocent of everything. Riding around in your big cars …. Sleeping in big houses …., you people make me sick.

      People who commit suicide are crying out for help, so we have 4 people now who are crying out for help. Do you understand that??? I do not belong to any political party, I am not a part of the NDP nor do i represent them, my views are my views and mine alone. Don’t turn this into a party thing Slater, you all are the ones who are living high and mighty while the rest of Vincentians are left to gravel and toil. You should be ashamed of yourself. Hold your head in shame Slater, that’s the least you all can do.

      Posted by blane | May 5, 2012, 13:29
      • Blane..you really gone off, and too personal wid Slater here. I doubt you know Slater..or about him. What big car Slater ride round in?…and if even he does how you can say he stole to buy it?…Slater returned to SVG an established senior Dr. His wife is also a senior consultant….in or out of politics Slater was and can be financially comfortable…Slater build his house before he got in to politics…so what if a local Dr who study hard and manage his life well builds a “big” house…wey wrong wid that?…You think is only certain set a people should have big car and big house?…you are the one who is SICK!…You know that Slater went to Cuba to study when others refuse to even today who cant afford to go elsewhere?…you know how much he may have sacrificed to get where he is today…Criticize his politics if you want ..BUT …dont get so personal…

        Posted by Fairplay | May 6, 2012, 22:05
  3. @Blame do you know the people who killed themselves????????????.Why do you you automatically assume it is the government’s fault. Take you ignorant self and learn the facts before you talk nonesense

    Posted by Arthur | May 4, 2012, 21:52
    • I sick of these foolish political studipness-why are people behaving like this? blaming government for everything,well if when someone hang thmselves is government,then everything else has to be government-good or bad.Stop this nonsense people ,it sounds as if we are still in the dark ages- when every thing was blamed on obeah!

      Posted by albert | May 5, 2012, 08:38
  4. @ Blane you are making yourself look very ignorant on this thread. This Is St vincent, a Caribbean island. Tell me is it noraml for caribbean people to kill themselves over the state of the economy.?? We in the caribean are accustomed to having it hard sometimes. You have mother with several kidas and no father and making it. ..years ago , we were considered one of the pooresr countries in the western hemishere, did you hear anyone killing themselves then. My point is please stop sounding like a moran wrapped in an idiot and find out about the individual cases. I assure you that you will surprise yourself.

    Posted by Amazona Guildingii | May 5, 2012, 06:42
    • You just proved my point. We have had hard times. But St Vincent has never. never,, never, had hopelessness.
      Their is no hope in St Vincent for the younger generation that is coming up and no hope in sight for most people right now. Your arguing against a case you know nothing about, i would rather be wrong and look like a fool, and be right and keep my mouth shut, the stakes have gotten too high for me to be thinking about how anyone feels about what i say. I was raised by my mother alone when i was growing up, but she had help, my grandparents helped her. Back in those days people use to help each other.

      You would be able to get a dasheen from your neighbor, or barrow a 5 dollars. BUT NOW THEIR IS NOWHERE TO TURN. When you understand that most people don’t have anywhere to turn, you would know that everything you said was nonsense You cannot compare those times when people were working together, to now when only those closest to the government are doing well. PUT YOUR PEOPLE BEFORE YOUR PARTY.

      Posted by blane | May 5, 2012, 13:42
  5. LUCY, are you blind as well as stupid..

    What we need to remember is that we are under the rule of a bunch of Marxist up your bum Cuban and Venezuelan collaborators‘, the country is broke. People are starving and suffering, no jobs and no hope. When countries get to this state criminal acts and suicides increase.

    We have a prime minister that is a serial liar, supported by more rubbish than enough, both in and out of parliament. A prime minister accused of rape who calls a rally in his support. We have convicted criminals in the police force. People being beaten and tortured to get confessions. A prime minister that changes laws to get him and others off the hook of prosecution.
    We have people working in government stealing, robbing and committing fraud. We have ministers that are on the take at Buccament. We have ministers who were broke before their parliamentary job, now several houses, several cars, several women, and several children with different women. Millions of US dollars of dirty cash money being shared by family and friends. People who can’t get their wages.

    All this while the ordinary folks have no jobs and no foreseeable future, the stage is set, isn’t it?

    ARTHUR, give it up you pratt.

    SLATER, you are part of the SVG problem, part of this evil Marxist regime. Keep watching and keep reporting back to that little fat Marxist ‘Donkey Gonsalves’ the Red Dwarf.

    WHOAINT FRAID U, as long as people like you support this bunch of Marxist scum the country will continue to go down the drain.

    Posted by Peter | May 5, 2012, 07:26
  6. Jeez! Is EVERYTHING politics for you ppl???? The lady probably had post-partum depression, which is fairly common in women, especially after twins/triplets. Google it… Sometimes the women are just depressed, sometimes they kill their kids, sometimes they kill themselves. This happens all over the world, even inthe richest countries — even in countries where Ralph is not prime minister. Get a grip, ppl

    Posted by Safia | May 5, 2012, 08:35
  7. I am sorry for the families and like i said if you are reading this, and you’re thinking of taking your own life, don’t do it. I know the country is in a bad state and the pressure might be getting to you, but no party politics is worth your life. Just have faith everything is just for a time. Just pray and ask God to keep you until then. Let’s hope this tragedy never happens again, one life lost is too much.

    Posted by blane | May 5, 2012, 09:05
  8. I was in St Vincent for a funeral a few weeks ago, i spent a little over a month. And what i saw there i couldn’t believe, I met people who use to be well off when i was growing up, now barely making it. Everytime i went outside someone wanted me to give them money or buy something for them in the shop. Women selling their bodies to buy milk for their children. A friend of mine got kicked out for rent for $200 ec a month, No banana. If anyone had told me that the banana industry would be gone, i would not have believed them, but St Vincent has no banana. How do you defend that?. While people are talking party politics, others in St Vincent are suffering real pressure, what about the people who didn’t support the ULP. I use to believe Ralph would have done a good job, but he let me down.

    Being away from St Vincent and listening to the radio, i thought Ralph was doing a good job, because his propaganda radio station markets the ULP well to the people oversees. I couldn’t believe i was St Vincent when i land down, how the country was in bad shape. The state pf the roads are in such a bad shape, the place was soo run down, you can’t tell if your in country or town. Everywhere you look around in St Vincent all you see is helplessness, and desperation. People have reached their braking point, and whether you want to believe it or not the economic state plays a role in the behavior and moral of the citizens.

    It’s not a joke anymore, it’s gone way past being a joke, we do not want to hear about the NDP. we want to hear about how the economy is going to be fixed, people in St Vincent cannot take anymore of the situations that was forced upon them in the name of politics. We do not want to lose anymore people to socioeconomic situations.

    Ralph get your act together, or if you can’t, resign.Vincentians cannot take the pressure anymore.

    Posted by blane | May 5, 2012, 09:43
  9. BLANE, allow me to give some supporting EVIDENCE to what Dr. Slater has stated, because STAYING IGNORANT is most DANGEROUS to your well being.

    I will do this simply by posting a video and two articles. Seeing that you’re EXTREMELY IGNORANT, I need to keep it SIMPLE for you and the other MISGUIDED SOULS that have POLLUTED this BLOG.

    I hope that video opened your eyes and mind a bit, and I hope the articles below have the same effect.

    http://www.guardian.co.tt/news/2011/09/12/depressed-after-giving-birth-woman-commits-suicide.

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/09/090903163854.htm

    Posted by VINCYPOWA | May 5, 2012, 10:43
  10. It is amazing how some of us vincentians tend to involve politics in every spectrum of our society.What does Ralph or the ULP or the NDP has to do with someone committing suicide.Has anyone thought that this young woman may have been suffering from post partum depression?

    Posted by dudus | May 5, 2012, 15:00
  11. i must say peter you say it all,tums up for you.

    Posted by vincy | May 5, 2012, 16:17
  12. While I accept that we cannot blame the Government for these suicidal cases; it must be alarming to the medical fraternity in SVG, at the frequent occurrence of suicidal deaths in such a short span of time. I think the Ministry of Health has to do a better job in bringing the issue of MENTAL ILLNESS to the forefront. Too many of our people are left to their own devices to cope with the many stresses of life.

    Folks like Dr Slater will be able to shed light on this issue far better than I can…but MENTAL ILLNESS IS a disease that is NOT GIVEN THE ATTENTION IT DESERVES IN SVG. FOLKS WITH MENTAL ISSUES ARE READILY DISMISSED AS “CRAZY” AND MORE OFTEN THAN NOT BECOMES PARIAHS IN OUR SOCIETY WITH LITTLE OR NO CHANCE OF GETTING PROFESSIONAL HELP.

    Here are some sobering stats on Suicide:

    I. 10% of the people who commit suicide do so for no apparent reason.

    II. 25% are classified as mentally unstable.

    III. 45% commit suicide on an impulse.

    IV. 25% commit suicide after giving it a lot of consideration and weighing the pros and cons of living and dying.

    Dr Slater, what is the Ministry Of Health doing to EDUCATE THE PUBLIC ABOUT MENTAL ILLNESS?

    Posted by Saadiss | May 5, 2012, 16:35
    • SAADISS, I agree with your argument to some extent. The Medical fraternity really ought to take a serious look at this. This is really bothersome. I also think that we traditionally have not placed sufficient emphasis on Mental Health BUT its such a complex issue…that its much more than what the Min Health should have done or can do. As I stated previously causes of suicide are complex and varied…your information above bears that out. There have been many programs on Mental Health issues over the years…maybe not reaching those that it should…but that too is difficult…who should it get to?….ALL!!!! but some people dont listen, some dont take heed…etc..I had a similar problem as a professional managing HIV/AIDS in SVG…and this sort of problem is not in SVG alone…The need for more emphasis in Mental health is a global problem…certainly one Identified by the PAHO for our region. But lets continue with the constructive blogging…we may even come up with some ideas that may lead to some solutions….it may help someone…even my friend Blane ..because his comments suggest someone who may be suffering from some serious psychological disorder…I wouldnt even stoop to his level to respond to him…lets get on with positive blogging….

      Posted by Doug Slater | May 6, 2012, 22:25
      • Slater it’s fine, I am not here to kiss anyone’s shoes and make friends. And stoop to my level????, To be on my level Slater you would have to come up, not go down. And i do not want to be on the same level with people like you, who dehumanize the people of St Vincent, so you can sleep good at night for the bad things you all do to them. I will be the first on a plane out of the US to vote you all out when the time comes, you are a bunch of wicked people. You wait and see, all dog has his day, never forget that Dr. Slater.

        Posted by blane | May 7, 2012, 15:02
  13. Most of you sound like some ignorant fools…. And just second my opinion of the undiagnose “breadfruit mentality” that so many Vincentians suffer from….
    While most of us may agree that st. Vincent is being hit by the depression and that jobs and finances are at an all time low which results in frustrated citizens we need to understand that this is not just happening in st.vincent but is happening worldwide. The U.S is in a depression, Spain has filed Bankruptcy … It’s happening all over and we cannot blame Gonsalves for this just as we can’t blame Gonsalves for individual citizens taking their own lives. You’d be a fool to come such a conclusion and If that was indeed the truth there would have been a whole lot more “coincidental” suicides to be heard of…

    Posted by KK | May 5, 2012, 18:44
  14. @ Peter. WOW…you have described everyone but I wont go as low as you..I will sinply say that you are an extemely sick dude and i suggest you seek help…..

    Posted by Arthur | May 5, 2012, 20:41
  15. This is probably a case of post-partum depression. Caring for twins is no piece of cake. This is really unfortunate. We have to support each other more.

    Posted by mypov12 | May 6, 2012, 16:52
  16. Blaming the Government for people’s actions or inactions, or lack thereof is an over simplification of things. Suicide is not uncommon and have been going on since the beginning of time. IT is not a clandestine fact that suicides have occurred in SVG before. There are many contributing factors as to what may cause an individual to commit suicide. The woman who committed suicide after giving birth to twins, simply may have had postpartum depression. what is postpartum depression? “Postpartum depression (PPD) is a type of postpartum mood disorder, which affects some women after giving birth. Usually, postpartum depression symptoms appear shortly after a woman gives birth, but they can also surface up to a year later. Although 15%-20% of all childbearing women experience postpartum depression, for cultural, family and societal reasons, many women never discuss their feelings with anyone, which not only makes women feel more isolated, it actually worsens the condition. Unlike other types of depression, new mothers experience pressure to feel the arrival of their child has brought them all the joy and bliss society expects of them. This makes it harder for new moms to voice their feelings, perhaps even to themselves, leaving it unknown to family support systems, and oftentimes completely untreated.” The 16 year old may have been bullied in school, or have had a rough familial life. was he sexually abused at home, at school, by a neighbor. Did he not feel good enough by his performance in school? There are many questions with very little or no answers to our avail. St.vincent my homeland is a rather underdeveloped country, and do not have the resources needed to address the social ill’s that are plaguing our country. Unfortunately many of these persons who committed suicide, simply did not have the outlets within their reach to rectify their problems, and may not have wanted their lives to be the subject of gossip, for the explainable, which seem unexplainable at the time. This is not the time to make suicide a polemical issue, but a social disorder, that must be addressed.

    Posted by Cheyenne Samuel | May 6, 2012, 19:29
  17. All you idiots need to shut up. You’re all same people that said that Camillo was right, because he was doing the wrong for years, and shouldn’t be stopped because he was accustomed to doing so. So do you expect me to believe that people who couldn’t even see Camillo was wrong, something as simple as that. Do you think that what you say now, holds any value for anyone with sense. People are dying, people are hungry, people are depressed, all these are state of minds that occur when you can’t see any hope, the economy is down, the country is divided thanks to Gonsalves (own the jobs, own the campaign, we own them), could you believe a PM of the whole country said “we own them”. TELL ME WHERE IS THE HOPE in ST VINCENT when a PM would say “we own them”.

    Everyday you all come on here and defend the PM when he doesn’t need defending, ISN’T HE A DEFENCE LAWYER????, so let him defend himself. I have come to the conclusion that ULP have paid supporters on this site and on their radio shows. I listen to Starfm quite often, and it’s the same set of people that call in every single day, no matter what happen, something good happen, something bad happen, or even when nothing happen, they still calling in with their nonsense. But while you are selling your souls for money, their are others in SVG with no where to turn.

    People with mental illness do not respond well to negative external stimuli, and they are far more sensitive to their environment than most people. SO LET ME ASK ALL YOU SCIENTIST ON HERE don’t you think the current state of our country can affect them negatively???. So their you have it, a bad Economy, with pressure and starvation, cannot be good for anyone especially people who are on the edge. Simple as that, and it can push people over the edge.

    Posted by blane | May 6, 2012, 20:15
  18. This question is for Blaine, the whole world is in recession every monday morning in Toronto hundread are losing there jobs that they have for years. We are not taking our own life the ppl of SVG is better off than most of us you can always get something to eat for free in SVG in Chateaubelair where i am from.What these ppl need is to get there faith in God intact.You cant blame Govt for ppl killing then self i am sure you are more educated than that.
    Thank you

    Posted by vastina | May 6, 2012, 21:47
    • Vastina i know Toronto very well and like i said before, you cannot compare Toronto to SVG, i Lived in Toronto for 11 years, went to school their and everything so i know Toronto very well, i now live in Houston with my family. Their are so many social safety nets in Toronto, Welfare, EI, they even give baby bonus. So you cannot in no way compare Toronto to SVG. I had also thought the sames things you did, that people can at least get something to eat and that is not true anymore, I am from the country and i was shocked that people have to buy banana in town..

      You can’t even find banana to roast, just imagine that.No body gives you anything anymore because they don’t know when they are going to get it back from you. I had 2 friends that went back down to Vincy one in 2010 and one in 2011. Both ULP supporters and i was shocked when they told me that what they saw in SVG, that they didn’t vote for those things to happen to people. It wasn’t until i came Vincy late february early march that i realize what they were talking about. If you are living outside of Vincy it’s something you have to see to believe trust me. I have family in SVG and they are ok, i send money to them every month and the rest of my family send too, but what about the people that have no body to help them????

      Our industries that we have in SVG are virtually recession proof. Britain will buy our bananas, tourist will still travel. The only reason why SVG is in this situation is because they government didn’t support the agriculture and tourism sector, simple as that. Have a nice day Vastina and Lord please help the people of SVG.

      Posted by blane | May 7, 2012, 09:00
  19. VASTINA, your living in the past. What can you get in Chateaubelair for free to eat. Are you referring to fishing and mangos. well if your old physically or mentally disabled you cannot fish or clime trees. And if you manage to get out to beg some food, when you get back your house will be ransacked.

    Remember in Canada the state looks after you from birth to grave, you get a decent unemployment benefit. In SVG there is no free medical. If you go to hospital they send you a bill, if you don’t pay the bill, next time you want to go to hospital they won’t treat you.
    When you get to hospital more often or not there are no drugs or dressings available. Also people often have to supply their own sheets etc. People have been given rubbish Indian drugs that don’t work. There is as much chance of dying at the hospital as living. Even there the food is like pig swill, unless your family feed you, you will starve.

    If your youth and sitting on a wall after dark and the police come by there is a good chance they will beat you half to death. If you run you could well get shot to death. The police are out of control.

    Yes you can blame the government for everything, because when you have a prime minister who is a liar, telling people that there are dugs at the hospital and all is well when its not, you have to blame the government.

    Then you have supposedly intelligent people like Straker who are supporters and part of this wicked Marxist regime, telling you all is well, the man is a disgrace to humanity.

    People have to go to Gonsalves to beg a financial hand out, if your NDP don’t even bother, if your ULP you may get a pittance.

    THIS IS A WICKED MARXIST REGIME LED BY PEOPLE THAT CAN ONLY BE DESCRIBED AS HUMAN GARBAGE.

    Posted by PETER | May 7, 2012, 07:25
  20. @ Blane or Peter please tell me ONE thing you know about tthe 16 year old Grammar school child whose name is Romario Sayers who reccently hang himself. ……Also tell me ONE thing you know about the lady who had twins in December who also killed herself.Please tell me why the twins were not living with her….Just please you fools telll me ONE thing you know about these people

    Posted by true vincy | May 7, 2012, 12:35
  21. BLANE and PETER, are PEOPLE TAKING their LIVES in AFRICA, GREECE, PORTUGAL, SPAIN, IRELAND, ENGLAND, THE USA, ST. KITTS, JAMAICA, HAITI, etc. because of this GLOBAL ECONOMIC HARDSHIP??

    U guys are truly a BUNCH of IDIOTS.

    Posted by VINCYPOWA | May 8, 2012, 01:35

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