Opinion: I agree with Bosman

POSTED: 09/4/13 1:23 PM

Dear editor,

Let’s see if people in St. Martin are mature and can pass with flying colors. I the Patriot would be a hypocrite if I disagreed with Bosman. He is simply fighting to make sure his Dutch Caucasian identity is protected; it has nothing to do with racism.

If our foolish government follows Bosman doctrine the native and indigenous people of St. Martin heritage will be recognized and protected in our so-called country constitution with special privileges. I challenge any minister or parliamentarian in a debate live on TV or radio to debate this same issue.

Bosman is correct because he wants to make sure Holland does not make the foolish mistake like DP, UP and National Alliance have made with St. Martin. That is to make it a country without identity, for people like our leaders to stay in power because all ethnic and cultural groups are supporting and defending their own people. Divide and conquer.

We have people from Africa and Holland and United States, coming here to tell us who are St. Martiners. It is like a donkey telling the eagle what it is while they themselves do not know where they belong. I hope the Bosman law passes; it will empower our standing. Remember only the native or indigenous St. Martin people know each other, which is our trump card.

I challenge the UNDP to go ahead without us. They will damage the United Nations name and reputation. DP, UP and National Alliance believe only they can read and write and can research credible information and that is why they are always 20 years behind us when it comes to nation building.

People of St. Martin tell me one law that is passed to give special privileges to the native or indigenous people of St. Martin heritage; that’s right – not one. In the three years of our country’s existence illegal immigrants get compulsory education, the Brooks Tower accord and a grace period for about four times.

Who are DP, UP and National Alliance loyal to? It is clearly the immigrants; you cannot deny that this is not betrayal. Let me be hardcore now. I am going to call names – including my family name – of the families that are in power and that are people of St. Martin heritage that continue to betray us. They are Watheys, Richardsons, Arrindells, Illidges, Marlins, Williamses and Jameses.

These people should be ashamed of themselves for being people of St. Martin heritage but cowardly afraid to pass a motion and get the law passed to recognize the native or indigenous people of St. Martin heritage. You people disgust me the most.

Laville is a foreigner so I do not expect him to protect the native people of St. Martin. I try to hate you people but my conscience as a God fearing man allows me not so I still love you. But I hate what you people are allowing to your own family and brothers and sisters of St. Martin heritage. You all are in my view parasites.

You neglect your own for power and money and you all will never live happy the evil act that you display to our native and indigenous people of St. Martin heritage will destroy you to the end. And you all will acknowledge what you did to us is wrong.

I reaffirm that I agree with Bosman. This has nothing to do with race; it has to do with love of identity and love of self and preservation which our leaders are too foolish to acknowledge. God bless the people of St. Martin heritage. The fight will continue until the very last man dies.

The Patriot,

Miguel Arrindell

 

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