A Few Answers
Earlier a rather lengthy comment was posted that attempted to push a few myths and lies to the forefront. That is a typical reaction coming from a certain group of like minded people. None of it is surprising or even titillating at this juncture. It’s merely the same song and the same dance. If any legitimate news breaks the silence, some of these people go back through archives and start pulling up old, senseless posts that degrade the victim’s family. Why they are proud of some of that garbage is beyond my imagination, but I have seen it happen over and over again just like clockwork.
Today a person posting from Utrecht, Netherlands, and portraying himself as an Aruban, again began the attack. No, he did not defend the actions of his beloved MEP party. He dragged up old rumors about the messenger, Jossy Mansur. This is a typical low-browed tactic used by those that have no defense nor the intellectual capacity to put forth a reasonable argument. In their ignorance they think they may accomplish something by throwing dirt in someone’s eyes and then kicking them in the crotch while they are blinded. I’ve been around a little too long to buy into that sort of BS, so I do my own research and ask questions of those in the know.
Jossy Mansur answered a few of the claims made by the anonymous propagandist and the highlights are as follows:
(Commentor; Jossy Response)
You know what is funny, the same Editorial he claims to have given to you in English is different from what he printed today in his News Paper. (It is interesting that he would attack the authors original words by claiming the author's translation differed)
The editorial is an exact translation of the one in Papiamento. Perhaps that man just doesn't understand the language or wants to be cute!
And that story of where he was borned and which year he came to Aruba I don't believe it because last year or two years ago he was on a TV-show called "Un dia den bida"(a day in the life), where he told a completely different story of his past (Now I'm not saying I'm right on this so I'm just saying that according to MY OPINION he said something different). (Now he is telling the man that he is wrong about where he was born and his historical accounting of his family's migration to Aruba)
Just the same thing of the same garbage bin. I was born in Aruba in 1934. I didn't come here during the past few years.
When he was told to start paying his backed-up taxes (which run in the millions)and stop looking for loop holes to not pay taxes and started acusing him of Fraude in the Aruban Bank (Interbank)that went Bankrupt (where he was a partial owner if not THE owner)is when his love for the actual government turned from love to just pure hate.
As for taxes, my lawyers and Fiscal Jurists have presented a claim in Court of 7.2 million the government owes me, not vice-versa! People like him just want to twist things to their convenience and slander campaigns. The Courts have not yet given a sentence in that case, but I am confident I will win because the truth (once more!) is on our side.
I was never involved with the Interbank, and it is the MEP government that purchased that bank from the owners, with an excess paid of close to 90 million guilders, most of which went into some private "pockets"!
I’m not going to inflict anymore of this nonsense upon Jossy Mansur. He deserves better and I think the point has been made. Some will continue to grab onto unfounded rumors and do their best to make them appear real. There is nothing that will change their little minds and the facts will be ignored. In a few weeks or months the same tired rumors will once again be repeated as facts, because these people have no interest in the truth. They just want to propagate their skewed opinions about things for which they know nothing.
"...to every action there is an equal and opposite reaction..."
Monday, April 16, 2007
A Few Answers
Posted by EasyWriter at 6:04 PM