What do you think the outlook for Trinidad & Tobago will be, what is Trinidad & Tobago going to be like in a decade or even a half century from now? Does the Future look good or bleak for Trinidad & Tobago?
Comments: The politicians and those in authority here must stop using sticking plaster to try to mend the cracks in the fabric of our society. They must stop trying to pull the wool over the eyes of our ordinary citizens, These antics are not working anymore. Citizens are beginning to see right through these ploys. A good example is the refusal of TTUTA to believe that violence and indiscipline have declined in our secondary schools.in the past few months,when in fact these schools have become breeding grounds for potential criminals. This together with the monthly statements by the police that crime has fallen and other such government statements are making a mockery of our internal problems Then there is all the talk about making the nation and advanced nation. Most of these official dreamers, are living in cuckoo land. Things have gone too far here for any of those officials in local authorities to put us back on the right track. We need some sort of outside organization, including a reformed police and justice systems established with foreign police officers to improve our decaying position.Most of all we need the restoration of the death penalty.to stem the flow of the increase in the abundance of our local wayward murderers It does not matter what anyone here says, we just cannot continue in this mode and hope to made progress.We are steadily traveling back in time. By taking one step forward and two backwards. The basic cause of our problems here is lack of racial integration and political inequalities. Moreover, just have too many politicians claiming to be well educated with professional qualifications who are unable to display the quality of their so- called professionalism when in politics.This is why most of our senior politicians are never recognized as worthwhile world politicians, and end their careers with black clouds hanging over their heads. Generally speaking. The future looks bleak for our nation.as we seem unable to produce men and women of dignity having the required ability and political ambition to push the nation forward.as truly proigressive.Our politicians give the clear impression that they are more interested in self preseservation and sufferf rom acute personal financial greed than governing the nation in away that benefits all of our citizens. The continuance of selecting our political representatives on racial lines is never going to help in our progress or maturity as a real developed nation. We shall remain in the doldrums of those nations that never improved and only offer a false painted picture of their real status. Next year and most probably in the years to follow someone will again be making more or less the same comments that are written above. Mark my word.
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