Efforts to reach (Acting Registrar of the Supreme Court) Clarke on Monday to find out the cost of the repair work, the name of the company contracted to carry it out, and an estimated completion date were unsuccessful.
Clarke’s secretary received the call, but when told of the information needed, she said: “Who is doing the work, and how much it will cost is of no interest to the public.”
The secretary added that Clarke gave the information she deemed necessary for public knowledge.
… from the Nation News article Facelift Coming To Magistrates’ Court
Arrogant and Stupid Registrar’s Secretary Illustrates Typical Elitist Attitude To Taxpaying Public
The secretary to Acting Registrar of the Supreme Court Marva Clarke is not only arrogant – she is stupid. She must be stupid because only a stupid person would fail to realise that the taxpaying public has had it up to here with their government employees saying that how tax dollars are spent is none of the public’s business.
We were promised Transparency and Freedom of Information from the new DLP Thompson government, but have received quite the opposite.
The Nation reporter was making enquiries on behalf of the public, and we’re willing to bet that the enquiries were being made because there is something afoot.
Who awarded the contract to repair the Court roof?
Does the contractor repairing the roof have any connection to any government official?
Were tenders properly issued?
Has the government official who awarded the contract ever received a gift from the contractor doing the repairs?
A Message To Marva Clarke’s Secretary…
Listen, you stupid cow…
The public has a RIGHT to know how our tax dollars are spent. We demand transparency, accountability and no conflicts of interest in the awarding of government contracts. You didn’t even have the intelligence to say to the reporter that you would look into his question and get back to him. Oh no… your arrogance and your elitist attitude made it so natural for you to snap back a “none a you bidness” smartass reply.
So typical of government workers. Try working in the real world out here with the rest of us for a while. You’ll soon change your smartass arrogance.
(photo courtesy of gimmecorn.com)