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Vulgar attack on Dr Kublalsingh and family

I heard Roodal Moonilal speak in Debe on Monday, and read Rev Dr Winston Cuffie's advertisement on November 30 (Express) and had to conclude that either the pastor wrote the minister's speech or the minister wrote the pastor's ad.

As a Pentecostal Christian, I totally distance myself from the putrid ad that tried to decimate and caricature Dr Kublalsingh and his family, especially his mother.

While I thought it was distasteful the way Dr Kublalsingh responded to the Minister of Health, I thought the comments made by the ministers in Debe to be repugnant, reprehensible, crass, defamatory, and bacchanalist.

I know the pastor has referred to one of these gentlemen in the past as honourable and a man of integrity, in spite of the myriad accusations and charges over his head; but condoning their actions in Debe on Monday night while scandalising Dr Kublalsingh and his family for the doctor's one indiscretion is beyond the bounds of reasonable acceptance.

Ricardo C Joseph

La Brea

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