LPM praises PM’s decision on Ebola

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PM Anthony.

PRESS RELEASE – Given the inadequate nature of our nation’s healthcare system in dealing with the scourge of Ebola, the Lucian People’s Movement (LPM) welcomes the decision of the prime minister to intervene in the matter.

However, while this measure may not offer our people complete protection from the spread of Ebola, it is a step in the right direction for its containment.

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  1. @Penske, like really??? St. Lucia is incapable of dealing with such a disaster. We barely have a hospital in the south of the island and you are saying that this is a bad decision??? SMH!!!! All precautionary measures should be taken to try to avoid this thing from coming into St. Lucia. We cannot afford to take chances.

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    • They (the infected ones) are coming by way of cruise ships from other countries, and not by way of West Africa.
      Only a handful of small Caribbean nations have banned their black brethen from Mama Africa; no one else has done it.
      We might live to regret this hasty decision; and Kenny will be long out of office.

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  2. Wow! Kenny is praised for making a bad decision.
    With so few people from that part of the world coming to St.Lucia, it just wasn't necessary to institute a ban. We will live to regret this decision by our half-white prime minister.
    No white or European nation has banned these people. No yellow or Asian nation has banned these people; but a small black Caribbean island that is always in need of aid has done just that.

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    • What I like about LPM is that they never play politics with what is in the interest of the country. While a simple does not give us complete protection like the LPM admit it is not a bad idea at all. No matter how some people hate Kenny they must understand that you can't put an entire country at risk because you want to score cheap political points.

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  3. aa Boss man that smile looks like ure gloating. "inadequate nature of our nation’s healthcare system in dealing with the scourge of Ebola..." not only with ebola ... the health system we have is nowhere to talk about.

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