Kenton Chance is seemingly so caught up with pulling down Brother Orando Brewster that he has forgotten how he felt when everyone joked about his I-Witness News blog when he just started. As someone who was venturing into the unknown at the time, he pushed back hard against anyone who begged to differ. So, what’s good for goose isn’t good for gander?
Dr Jerrol Thompson’s words did not even get a chance to fall flat. Just a day ago he said:
“While currently cast as advice, his articles will soon turn to attack you”.
So said, so done! Kenton has played writing gymnastics to paint a negative narrative in an ongoing SCL type campaign for the Central Leeward constituency.
In 2012, Kenton Chance writing for himself in the 3rd person said, “Chance went on to explain to the cop that his repeated attempts to have the police add his media entity to their email list of PR information recipients have failed”.
So, you Kenton and your blog have come a long way. You started I-Witness while you were still in Taiwan, Mr Kenton Chance. When people questioned your vision, you laughed at them. Why are you so obsessed with Dr Brewster now that you have arrived?
It is a sad that Mr Chance will beat a dead horse to paint Brother Brewster in a bad light for simply being willing and able to serve. It appears the attempt to discredit the young is to placate those who believe the geriatrics on the other side are to be embraced. How young is too young?
Do you know at what age did current Barbados Prime Minister enter parliament and given a portfolio to manage? People need to understand political history. Let the youths soar with their wings unclipped. And for God sakes, don’t be bad minded and unclip yours and kill the mockingbird.
Oh, what a tangled web we weave when we first set out to deceive. It is not everyone who studied journalism that works in the media. It is not everyone with a MD who practices medicine. Dr Brewster was a teacher of three years before pursuing medicine. He worked at the Barrouallie Secondary school for two of those years and the Intermediate High School for the other.
P.S. Waiting for the live blog on how Ben Exeter’s High School Diploma in Business Management will lift SVG higher.
Nonsense. Mind your own business.
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