UWP wants Chazzi Charlon relieved of his duties because “he does not believe in God”

UWP wants Chazzi Charlon relieved of his duties because “he does not believe in God”

PRESS RELEASE – The United Workers Party (UWP) is concerned about the revelation made on RCI News-Spin that Saint Lucia Press Attaché to the French territories by Mr. Chazzi Charlon that he does not believe in God.

Mr. Charlon is given a job that makes him a representative of a country that is predominantly Christian, and therefore this news to Saint Lucians brings about many un-answered questions such as:

1.            Was this known to the Government of Saint Lucia, where almost every official business of governance begins with prayers.  For example: Opening of Parliament, our education system and generally many other official functions in Saint Lucia.

2.            Do the people of the French Territories who have a similar strong belief in God, understands the mind set of our representative Mr. Chazzi Charlon.

The United Workers Party feels that is necessary for Mr. Chazzi Charlon to be relieved of his duties with immediate effect as this is a blatant miss-representation of the People of Saint Lucia who pays him to represent them in an overseas assignment.

We believe he can remain doing what he does best in making call to promote the people who gave him such a glorious opportunity to represent them, but he is not fit to represent the People of Saint Lucia.

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  1. Since wen it's uwp role to judge ppl spirituality...yoll say yoll are Christians and making mizzy bomb

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  2. If Shazi should not be representing St Lucia because of his religious beliefs then guy joseph should not be representing the people of Castries South East because of his lack of education.

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  3. Where to start on this.
    The problem with "Christians" is that their "God" preoccupies their minds all day long. They have psalms posted on their office walls, they have quotes from the Bible on the back of their vehicles, they listen to Christian rubbish on the radio, they watch dumbass American evangelists on TV who want their money for "God to say a prayer for them", they have children out of wedlock, etc. etc. etc.
    Does this make them better people - NO!!.
    If the man has the credentials for the job let him do it.
    Does any job application make believing in a sky daddy a prerequisite for being given that or any job - NO!!
    Allen, please sort out this person in your camp who is undoing all of your good work.
    This nonsense has no place in the 21st century.

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  4. UWP is losing it. Pure garbage. Is UWP in this century? Choops. What will they come up with next? Please engage me Flambeau. Yall dont impress me. Pure BS

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  5. well I guess its the devil that gave him that post he currently holds.Just like the devil running the country

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  6. Mama! Now I realize God who should be first in everything we do is put on a back burner. St. Lucians be very careful.

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  7. God is good . He has taught us truth, love, respect, selflessness and humbleness. Rejoice that he has removed the everyday nuisance of Shazi on the airwaves. No more listening to him defend the indefensible. No more more of him supporting the unsupportable. St. Lucia's prime party hack has hitched a ride on the labour gravy train. Maybe now we can all eat our lunches in peace while listening to sensible discourse.

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  8. St Lucia just have TOO MANY IGNORANT PEOPLE INVOLVED IN POLITICS! Its like thats what the most IGNORANT people in St. lUcia like to get into: POLITICS

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  9. So are we to assume that anyone working in the Public Service is required to be a Christian? What total nonsense. What do the personal religious beliefs of any individual have to do with any publicly funded job? This is another laughable communication from the increasingly laughable UWP. And it is also dangerous in its intent. No-one's religious beliefs , or lack thereof, should be used against them.

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