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cialis canada advice times;”>It is remarkable.  Just in the week when the tragi-comic scene was playing itself out in the courts of The Bahamas, viagra sales with lawyers for this one and that appearing and with the Receiver and Joint Provisional Liquidators getting another longish adjournment, out of the wood work came the worm who started this whole mess to throw another spanner in the works.  Sarkis Izmirlian who like a turkey has been done for months now; it’s been almost year since nary a lick was hit on the multi- billion dollar Bahamar project, was in the press saying that he was trying to call the Prime Minister to see if he could make a deal to get the thing started again.

That has to have been a cruel joke.  The latest of a number of cruel jokes.  It cannot have been a month ago when his mouthpiece in the public Dionisio D’Aguilar was out blaming the government for what happened to Bahamar, not the directors who put the project into bankruptcy.  There was the Bloomberg article written almost as if it had been penned in the living room of Mr. D’Aguilar which  carried the story one step farther, saying that the country was at the mercy of the Chinese and it was only the Government to blame.

Oh yes, he also threw in that the Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell had threatened Mr. Izmirlian by saying if he didn’t behave he would be put out of the country.  Not!

The Prime Minister said he had never heard of any such attempt by Sarkis Izmirlian to get into contact with him. He said he had not heard nor seen him for half a year.  Only thing we disagreed with in the reply was he should not go looking for him either.  The man should be consigned to the scrap heap of history.

It is sad that a man, who had such a wonderful opportunity, in a wonderful country, could act in such a foolish manner.  He has wrecked this country’s reputation, thrown thousands of people out of work, and mismanaged the largest tourist project in the history of the Caribbean.  Suddenly it’s the fault of the government, the union, the contractor, the bank, the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

It is everyone’s fault except Sarkis Izmirlian.  Let us write this slowly for the dimwitted who can’t seem to understand the truth on this.  The only one who must take the blame for the failure of Bahamar is Sarkis Izmirlian.  As the Catholic ritual says: through his own fault, through his own fault, through his own most grievous fault.

So bugger off!

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