Monday, October 3, 2016






These two Deputies voted in favour of the MTFP as amended and the rejected Health Tax. This is what happens when you want to be an assistant minister and get involved with Collective Responsibility.

Enough said on these two.

Part 2 coming soon


Rico Sorda

Part Time Investigative Journalist


rico sorda said...

My last posting was on the money #Nostrasorda lol.

What interests me most is not the Huff, Puff & Guff off the speeches but the voting patterns. That is were you learn how the States chamber operates.

There seems to be a little unrest which is healthy and how it should be.

More postings to follow.


Wendy Kinnard said...

It should be obvious to anyone with an interest in our political culture, or indeed anyone with a brain, that collective responsibility in the Council of Ministers is incompatible with our current system of government and is therefore in effect highly undemocratic. Collective Responsibility can only be "acceptable" in a party political system where both the electorate and those elected to the Council are fully and transparently aware of the policies they are signing up to ahead of accepting the position of Minister. This is impossible to achieve in any genuine, transparent and tangible way without political organization along party lines. There must be an obvious leader of the respective parties who would be expected to become Chief Minister should their party win a majority. I am assuming here that more than one party should be capable of capturing power otherwise we would not have a democracy worthy of that description. Unfortunately this has been the case in many small States where in reality "the opposition" has been incapable of providing any realistic challenge to what is effectively a one party state. As I see it Jersey is in this position now with our existing system and although I fear Jersey might still fall into this category following the change to party politics at least for a number of years yet to come, change ought to come with greater transparency and exposure or the workings of Collective Responsibility. Eventually there will be no hiding place, not even for the Parish Constables. I am convinced that the imposition of Collective Responsibility on the current Council will come to be seen as the reason for the emergence of greater grass roots support for party politics in Jersey, whatever interests those parties eventually come to represent. Rico, you have started an interesting discussion.

Anonymous said...

So funny Rico.

Anonymous said...

I agree with Wendy that collective responsibility can only be compatible with party politics for the reasons she has set out. Similarly Ministerial Government is only compatible with party politics. The truth is we do have covert party politics as Rico #NostraSorda has shown with the Constables being the power block alongside collective responsibility. The COM and the Constables should now do the honourable and honest thing and declare themselves a political party and stand for election on that mandate instead of being so sly and trying to hoodwink the public that they are all independent members when the evidence (voting pattern) shows they are not. It's a trait of the COM and Constable party to treat states Members and more importantly the public with utter contempt by thinking they are too thick to know when a health "charge" is a tax or when a party is a party.

Is there any chance Wendy could be convinced to stand for election again? She would get my vote.

Anonymous said...

You are right about the Constables just been checking hansard. I agree with Anon at 8:36am would love to see Wendy Kinnard stand again. The likes of those featured on the posting need to booted out at the next election.

Anonymous said...

Didn't the States vote on Collective Responsibility some years back? Surely they must have known what was going to happpen.

Anonymous said...

Wendy, please stand for the states again. The Island needs you.

Anonymous said...

All the progressive members should unite and get deputy valvois to stand as jersery first female chief minister. So fed up with deputies like norton and mclinton who lie and only want to become ministers.

rico sorda said...

In May 2014 the States of Jersey passed P33. This passed 28 in favor 12 against. Contained within this proposition was Collective Responsibility. The damage was done. All attention must now focus on the Constables.

Rico Sorsda said...

Hansard 14/05/2014

Chief Minister Gorst

"If I turn now to collective responsibility. The changes proposed: the draft law would, for the first time, introduce collective responsibility for the Council of Ministers. As a result Ministers would be held to account jointly for decisions made by the Council and for policies proposed by the Council. The introduction of collective responsibility does not change the remit of the Council, as specified in the law, which, in essence, is to discuss, agree and co-ordinate matters of policy. I should also stress at this point that Assistant Ministers would be bound to a collective responsibility only, and that is important, only with the Minister that they assist. They would not be held to collective account for the policies advanced by other Ministers who they do not assist. Therefore, the extent of collective responsibility on any one matter would be limited to the lead Minister for a particular policy, the other members of the Council, assuming that the Council has to have agreed the policy - and that is important - and the Assistant Ministers attached to that one Minister who is bringing forward that particular policy or legislation. As Members will appreciate, this guarantees that those who are held collectively responsible for any one policy matter will always be far fewer than the maximum of 21 Members who will comprise the minority Executive Government. There is no question that collective responsibility will ever extend to all 21 Members."

Basically. If you want a sniff of the top table you make sure you vote the right way Assistant Minister. But hey, that's why you are the Assistant Minister.

Just look at how our current Ministers voted before getting a ministry. Buried deeper than a rat's nose in bellozanne.

realist said...

Nobody should be surprised how these two charlatans voted,both of them said publicly before they were elected that they were against the financial centre development,and then cynically voted for it once elected,it is despicable and downright dishonest, but with so much borrowed money now sloshing around in government coffers and so many island peoples livelyhoods dependent on this new found "wealth" you can expect this charade to continue,it will only end when the money runs out and taxes are hiked so much that joe public cries enough.

Anonymous said...

RIP Simon Abbott.

Anonymous said...

Murray Norton and Peter Mac are a couple of washed up "celebrities" looking for a job that could further stroke their ego and if it means towing the party line to get a Ministerial position then that is what they will do. They are there to feather their own nests not to represent the people who put them there. A shameful pair of desperate characters.

Anonymous said...

Murray Norton and Peter Mac are both a waste of space and tax payers money but what about Terry MacDonald what has he said or done since he was unelected?

Anonymous said...

"These two Deputies voted in favour of the MTFP as amended"

Can someone explain to me what that means please? What's "MTFP as amended"?


Anonymous said...

Have you checked todays jep out Rico? Looks like they have picked up on the last posting.

Anonymous said...

Those in power "conspire to produce an unaware and compliant citizenry".

Sent with a handshake,

William the B4st4rd and his usury bankers

Anonymous said...

Hey Rico, did you ever analyse the voting patterns (as well as States sitting attendance patterns), that would make interesting reading and would help to define hidden groups (with special interests) within the States of Jersey.

Statistical analysis is an illuminating tool in which numbers do not lie (even if States members do...).

"Ding-dong the witch is dead
Which old witch, the wicked witch
Ding-dong the wicked witch is dead
Wake up you sleepyhead
Rub your eyes, get out of bed
Wake up the wicked witch is dead
She's gone where the goblins go
Below, below, below
Yo-ho, let's open up and sing and ring the bells out
Ding Dong's the merry-oh, sing it high, sing it low
Let them know the Wicked Witch is dead"

Anonymous said...

Rico, looking forward to your part two posting soon.
To get the ball rolling: There are 10 Ministers and a Chief Minister = 11
There are 14 Assistant Ministers with some being used more than once = 9
There are 12 Constables 3 already counted above = 9
Total 29
There are 49 States Members, 29 of these most of the time voting with the Chief Minister. This leaves only 20, to vote against the Chief Ministers gang.
Therefore making your predicted voting pattern nearly spot on.

How can we change this sorry state?

Anonymous said...

Dear person whom made Comment @ 7:57 18/10/16,

You have got to understand, this island is "completely" ruled by special interests.

Feudalism never left this island; force of arms has been replaced by force of "fiat currency", special interest bodies in corporate form keep the people subjugated by debt.

Those in power "conspire to produce an unaware and compliant citizenry".

To think just because we are an island nation that everything else in the world is something outside is very naïve. Those who own big banking have captured our government and turned the Island of jersey into another Hong Kong.

They (the special interest people) will do anything to keep the glove puppet hand under the ventriloquist dummy of political control.

Just watch this:


And then ask yourself, if they (the special interest people) can do it there, what are "they" doing here?

Anonymous said...

Rico, some "Breaking News" to share:

Anonymous said...

Do regular readers of Rico's blog know what Iceland did about their crooked government?

Anonymous said...

Your right about voting patterns Rico, when you think about it... we (the people of Jersey) now have a political dictatorship in control of the States of Jersey.

The original structure of how our government functions has been changed from a democracy of the people to a dictatorship of the few for "special interests".

The death knell of our democracy happened when the committee system was ripped out of our government; the committees of the people, by the people for the people were a built in scrutiny that politicians could not circumvent.

The old committee system was the eyes and ears of the people; the scrutiny we have now is a blind, deaf beggar living off donors!

Anonymous said...

Let all readers be clear, the corporate 'owned' media in our island is not involved in journalism, the media is owned and controlled by special interests with a political agenda, and this agenda is not for you, it is for themselves. Anyone who challenges the control of 'special interests' is immediately painted as sexist, racist, xenophobe, or any other label, they will lie, lie, lie; then again, they will do worse than lie, they will do whatever is necessary to remain in control, the media in this island are criminal.

We have seen it with one scandal after another, until finally, very brave individuals on citizens media ripped off the mask of the controlled special interest propaganda hiding the real face of these special interests!

Wake up people of Jersey, your government is a dictatorship, it is so crooked, even child abuse on a massive scale has not loosened its grip on power.

Anonymous said...

The only real force for change that can stop this corruption are you the people, each and every one of "you" - "the people" of "our island", just look at the brave example of the Icelandic people.

The special interest will stop at nothing, even the most disgusting episode in the history of our island has not shaken the corrupt grip of power that controls media and government which even as these words are typed continues to supress and conceal this terrible scandal.

They will never let you go unless you get involved and vote them out. Even now they conspire to further change the structure of our States of Jersey to consolidate even more power into the hands of the few. We need to break up this consolidated power of the few and put it back into the hands of the people; of the people, for the people and by the people.

Rico, you keep writing, the pen of truth will always be mightier than the sword, in the words of Victor Hugo:

"On résiste à l'invasion des armées; on ne résiste pas à l'invasion des idées."

Many of you will know through social media the truth of what is happening in the United States of America.

Think about these words written by Thomas Jefferson in 1774 for the Virginia delegates to the First Continental Congress:

“That these are our grievances which we have thus laid before his majesty, with that freedom of language and sentiment which becomes a free people claiming their rights as derived from the laws of nature, and not as the gift of their chief magistrate.”

Separate the legislature from the judiciary!

Anonymous said...

External financial service companies (defined in the Income Tax Jersey Law) are allowed to avoid paying any tax company tax whatsoever, this says it all really!

Huge financial corporations can come to this island set up business and enjoy all the benefits of trading in our island are allowed by our government to not pay any tax, the same tax that we are forced to pay.

In fact, in order to maintain the infrastructure they enjoy, we are forced to pay higher taxes to subsidise them, what a crooked government we have to allow this!

Anonymous said...

Regular readers of Rico's blog looking for truth may wish to do original research themselves:

Anonymous said...

God bless you Rico.

"We the people"

"Iceland's Pirate Party on Track to Win Elections"

rico sorda said...

If i could vote in the American Election I would vote Trump. That Clinton woman is bloody frightening.

Anonymous said...

It has always been individuals that change our world, change for good or for evil.

We all have a choice, do you choose to 'allow' others to be the power in 'your' life, or do you want take responsibility of claiming your power and use it for the good of all - like minded empowered individuals being part of a co-creating movement to change the narrative of your society - forever.

A free society, of, by and for the people.

Yes, Hillary Clinton is false, she is no more frightening than you allow her to be, she does not represent the good people of the United States of America.

History has proved time and time again, all that is false will fall and all that is true will stand.

Without doubt, Clinton is going to fall, and all those at the feet of her false political idol are going down!

It's pitchfork and torches time in America!

"Vote Trump"

Anonymous said...

When good men stand up holding aloft the torch of truth:

Anonymous said...

The most frightening thing Rico, is that "they" (the special interest people) want to bring electronic voting into Jersey elections.

Ask yourself why?


Electronic voting takes the electoral process out of the hands of the people and puts it firmly into the hands of the crooked few!

Its happening to the people of the USA Rico, don't let rigged electronic voting happen to the people of Jersey!

Anonymous said...

All this 'chier' about political parties in politics, its a scam!

Political parties are simply divide and rule... Think about it...

The same with the parishes, yes, that's right, again, divide and rule!

How do you divide an the people of an island which is 12 miles by 5 into 12 'politically manageable' districts to divide the people?

By calling these divisions parishes, in that way, the people would not dare to criticise being divided, as they would be criticising religion; and the bible thumpers would automatically beat down all political discussion. So crooked, so very crooked manipulation of people.

Wake up people!

Anonymous said...


Jersey people have always counted votes by hand in full view of the electorate, this is the only way to ensure transparent and honest elections with an audit paper trail to verify all votes!

Anonymous said...

Rico, Please will you kindly circulate this:

Anonymous said...

On the 16th of October the following three encryption keys were released on WikiLeaks by Julian Assange:

3:08 PM - 16 Oct 2016

pre-commitment 1: John Kerry 4bb96075acadc3d80b5ac872874c3037a386f4f595fe99e687439aabd0219809

3:23 PM - 16 Oct 2016

pre-commitment 2: Ecuador eae5c9b064ed649ba468f0800abf8b56ae5cfe355b93b1ce90a1b92a48a9ab72

3:25 PM - 16 Oct 2016

pre-commitment 3: UK FCO f33a6de5c627e3270ed3e02f62cd0c857467a780cf6123d2172d80d02a072f74

Julian Assange has not been seen heard from since.

rico sorda said...

The inquest into the tragic death of Adrian Lynch is today.

SOJP - One complete Fcuk up

Humberside Search & Rescue - Couldn't find a Goldfish in a bowl.

Tragic all round.

Anonymous said...

Rico, you are bang on again. The inquest came back with unascertained. Nobody knows what happened that night.

Anonymous said...

In summing up the death of Adrian Lynch as "unascertained", the Coroner, Deputy Viscount Mark Harris said: "There are lots of questions still unanswered, no cause of death and no reason why he ended up in the water."

Mr Lynch disappeared in December last year, but his body wasn't found for eight months.

It seems he became disorientated, lost his way home and either fell or stumbled into the water. There is nothing suspicious surrounding his death."
Deputy Viscount Mark Harris

Anonymous said...

His Father says they can move on.

Anonymous said...

Typical government media manipulation and propaganda, "move along, nothing to see here", the sad thing is people do move along and quickly forget.

Their minds graze for a short while and quickly move onto more lush pastures...

Anonymous said...


I made a startling discovery last week. When it came out that the Voting Machines were compromised by Soros in 16 different states, I decided to call my Governor's office to see if my state could invoke their conflict of interest clause in their voting machine contract and fall back to a manual voting process/paper ballots.

When I informed them of this conflict of interest, they bounced me around a few times until someone at the Board of Elections said that I would have to contact each county's individual, local Board of Elections, as each county has its own fallback process in place.

Repeat this for 16 different states...

That's when I decided I needed some help.

I'm compiling a list of every single county's Board of Elections in all 16 states affected by the Smartmatic/Soros machines so we can spam it to the entire internet and get everyone calling their local government, and get them to switch to paper ballots.

Soros is trying to steal the election. We're going to steal it back!

The 16 affected states are:

New Jersey


Anonymous said...

It could be as high as 22 States using voting machines run by prominent Clinton donors:

Anonymous said...

Ever wonder where the term "make America great again" came from?

John F. Kennedy:

Anonymous said...

BBC Radio Jersey were shown a number of your vile online comments written during the by-election by a nominee of a candidate you stupidly abused.

I'd say your BBC Radio Jersey career is now over -

"Thank you for your email, which has been passed to me. I am sorry you have been offended by the comments posted online by Mr Sorda.

Mr Sorda is not a BBC employee or regular contributor – he was invited to join in a discussion on the radio in his role as a local blogger on politics.

Whilst on-air his contribution complied with all of our editorial guidelines. In the light of being shown these comments, we will of course, carefully consider whether Mr Sorda is an appropriate guest in the future."

rico sorda said...

Jon, you forgot to tag my vile comments on. Can you do so thanks. You can use Anonymous or your AC/DC themed 'Shoot to Thrill' - still see you love the metal and I Will publish them.

Thanks love

Anonymous said...

It is far worse Rico:

“Lolita Express”

Slowly and subtly, a candidate may find herself shown to be inaccessible, aloof, conniving, manipulative, privileged, elusive, dishonest. The questions she faces might grow more hostile; the investigations into her wealth might widen; interest in her husband’s friendship with Jeffrey “Lolita Express” Epstein might sharpen.

"Orgy Island"

Earhardt said you couldn’t put WJC’s mistakes on HRC; Borelli said we have no idea what’s going to come out with WJC on “orgy island”;

Anonymous said...

Rico, please will you kindly post this link:

"Inside The Invisible Government"

Anonymous said...

Rico, the "Lolita Express" breaking news is beginning to leak out via NYPD whistleblowers:

Anonymous said...

News U won't find in the News:

Anonymous said...

Rally attendances clearly show that main-stream-media is a propaganda machine distorting the publics perception of what is really going on.

Trump rallies pulling in crowds in excess of 30,000 whilst Clinton rallies can only drawn in crowds in the hundreds (and in some cases in the 10's).

Evidence of Clinton being superimposed on green-screen crowds!


Anonymous said...

Last night a DJ saved my life! Its far, far worse than that Rico, really very sad what is happening to Europe at this time.

Readers, the Banker DJ's don't just want to save your life, they want to control your life, take a look at this:

Anonymous said...

The integrity of the vote is the very bedrock of our democracy; thank God the States of Jersey voted to not introduce the thin end of the wedge of an electronic voting system.

1 person 1 vote! Of the people, by the people, for the people.

Open and transparent vote counting without crooked "black box" software rigging our elections!

Anonymous said...


Looks Like The Jig Is Up For Hillary And Her Gang!

Saudi's, big money, money laundering, sex crimes with children, child exploitation, pay-to-play, perjury (and that's just the tip of the iceberg!):

Its unravelling fast, and she is going down:

Anonymous said...

Dear readers of Rico's blog,

This is the face of truth telling you what has really happened to the people of Haiti:

Anonymous said...

Hey Rico, take a look at this:

Strategic Forecasting, Inc. (known as Stratfor), a Texas headquartered "global intelligence" company is using a Jersey registered company to move money:

"Shire. We enable people with life altering conditions to lead better lives.

Shire plc, the ultimate parent of the Shire Group of companies, is registered in Jersey No. 99854

Registered Office: 22 Grenville Street, St Helier, Jersey JE4 8PX"

Anonymous said...

Another STRATFOR email Rico:

"Hi Rob

I am trying to set up a payment for $5,990 as per your invoice but I can
only make the payment to the Wells Fargo Bank and am not able to set up a
further payment as you have instructed. If you have the SWIFT of the other
bank, I can pay the funds straight into there. Please let me know.


Brevan Howard Investment Products Limited St Helier (Jersey) Geneva Branch is a branch of Brevan Howard Investment Products Limited which is regulated by the Jersey Financial Services Commission.

Anonymous said...

What have

A.P.M. Equipments Ltd.
PO Box 354 Pirouet House Union Street
St. Helier Jersey, Channel Islands
United Kingdom

and this

The Department's Office of Defense Trade Controls
Compliance (PM/DTCC) requests Posts' assistance in conducting
a pre-license check on license 050180857 for the export of
International Traffic in Arms (ITAR)-controlled spare parts
for the F-5 fighter aircraft and Buffalo cargo aircraft to

have in common?

Find out the answer for yourself here

Anonymous said...

What does this company

Hussar Ltd.
Seaton House
P.O. Box No. 437
19 Seaton place
St. Helier

have to do with Uganda?

And the claim that UCI has brought from gold traders in the DRC who have financed illegal armed groups in the DRC is well-founded.

Read this to find the answer

Anonymous said...

Exclusive global insight? What is STRATFOR doing in Jersey?

Minerva Trust & Corporate Services Limited
Tel: +44 (0)1534 702911 \ Main: +44 (0)1534 702800 \ Fax: +44 (0)1534 702870
PO Box 218, 43/45 La Motte Street, St Helier, Jersey, JE4 8SD \

Anonymous said...

Rico, do you have any expectations from the COI next month?

Anonymous said...

Hilarious wikileaks pastes.
One is so old that as an example Hussar Limited moved from Seaton Place offices over 7 years ago.

Anonymous said...

4,548,724 views, and YouTube has this trending at only number 11 (so dishonest), real change is coming!

Anonymous said...

Secret World of US Election: Julian Assange talks to John Pilger (FULL INTERVIEW)

Anonymous said...

France ratifies agreements with tax havens on information exchange - JERSEY/LIECHTENSTEIN/BAHAMAS/CAYMAN

"laundering the money launderers"

Anonymous said...

Nigerian president recovers 25.5 million pounds of looted funds from Jersey

President Goodluck Jonathan has recovered looted funds amounting to
22.5million pounds sterling from the Isle of Jersey in the United
Kingdom back to Nigeria, his spokesman Dr Reuben Abati has said.

Hundreds of millions of dollars allegedly stashed by late General Sani
Abacha were said to have been returned to the country.

Abati said this in Abuja yesterday while briefing newsmen on his
principal's achievements ahead of his 100 days in office billed for
September 6.

Abati said the administration had also expanded oil production by 20 per
cent, thereby reclaiming Nigeria's former position from Angola as
Africa's largest oil exporter.

He did not explain the production capacity, but the country's oil
production is said to be hovering around two million barrels per day.

The disclosure, however, is coming just as one of the country's leading
oil operators, Royal Dutch Shell, said it has shut down its 270 million
standard cubic feet per day Utorogu Gas Plant following a pipeline leak.

Abati said the administration, during the period under review,
demonstrated its commitment to the rule of law by obeying court
judgements and respecting the doctrine of the separation of powers.

According to him, under the period, foreign reserve has risen by 10 per
cent to $34 billion, GDP growth rate month over month continued to grow
from 6.7 per cent in May to 6.9 per cent in July, while inflation rate
of 10.2 per cent dropped to 9.4 per cent in July.

Abati attributed the reduction in election disputes, which he put at 80
per cent, to the commitment of the president to electoral reforms.

He said despite the delay in the formation of the cabinet which he
attributed to the recess declared by the Senate, the president,
eventually came up with a "stellar cabinet that has never been seen in
the history of the country".

He said with such a tested team armed with transformation agenda, the
country was set to fulfil "the potential in the Morgan Stanley report
from last July to the effect the Nigeria is set to overtake South
Africa's economy as the largest economy in Africa."

On the judiciary and the rule of law, Abati said the president assented
to several bills to increase access to justice and ensure compliance
with court judgements, especially with regard to payment of judgement
debts. He also listed assent to the Freedom of Information Bill and
increased focus on legislative advocacy as some of Jonathan's feats in
the judiciary in the 100 days in office.

On security, he said the administration had sustained peace in the Niger
Delta, stabilised maritime safety, reduced kidnapping in the South-east
and invested in the facilities for intelligence-based security approach.

Anonymous said...


Jersey-registered investment fund PPFI linked to Czech Oligarch...

Anonymous said...

Nearly seven million views on YouTube, and only trending at number 50... The system is rigged, go and watch this video readers.

Paul Holmes said...

I shoot to thrill.

Anonymous said...

Lets hope Trump wins the election and make the world a little safer than that horrible Clinton lady.

Anonymous said...

Anon (@ November 8, 2016 at 5:53 PM) said: "Lets hope Trump wins the election and make the world a little safer than that horrible Clinton lady."

Anonymous replied:

Yes, Man is the measure of all things...

"Hope springs eternal in the human breast;
Man never is, but always to be blessed:
The soul, uneasy and confined from home,
Rests and expatiates in a life to come."

– Alexander Pope, An Essay on Man

Anonymous said...

Slightly off subject but I must have hit the nail on the head when my comment on below article was removed.

My comment was that this article was not about states travel arrangements but instead about the rehabilitation of Andrew Lewis. Giving him an easy job that we could all predict the result of, and positioning him as the white knight, against the evil spendthrifts Wayne Gallichan and Mike King. I'm disgusted that JEP allow such obvious trolling by others but an incisive and accurate comment is deleted pretty dam quick.

Bring on the revolution, we need it badly!


voiceforchildren said...


Unhappy Anniversary EIGHT.

Anonymous said...

Do you know what would be really interesting to find out Rico?

How many Constables are freemasons?

That would be really interesting, past and present Constables who were and are freemasons.

meeting outside the States Chamber and voting together in the chamber, all sounds undemocratic to me!

Anonymous said...

How many Constables past and present are freemasons?

Constable meetings outside the States Chamber, then, all block voting together in the States Chamber, very undemocratic, smells fishy to me?

Anyone cover these Constable meetings Rico?

Anonymous said...

Rico, please publish this:


Anonymous said...

Where is Assange:

voiceforchildren said...


Child Abuse Inquiry report DELAYED.

voiceforchildren said...



Anonymous said...


Your readers need to see this:

60 minutes Australia - Westminster UK - high level child abuse exposé

Courtesy of Australia's Channel 9, broadcast in Australia.

voiceforchildren said...


Deputy's video GOES VIRAL.

voiceforchildren said...


A "Pint and Politics" evening with Reform Jersey discussing THE DONALD TRUMP EFFECT.

voiceforchildren said...


Peter Mac inadvertently explains "irony" to States Members while having an apparent nervous breakdown in the JERSEY PARLIAMENT.