Building upon the success they enjoyed in the Dominica national elections, and their ongoing efforts to fix the upcoming St Kitts & Nevis national contest, behind-the-scenes operators being financially supported by CBI Consultancies have moved on to the St Lucia elections, and are seeking to influence the outcome.
St Lucia-born Melinius Alphonse, a self-styled "journalist' who writes exclusively on behalf of anything that benefits the bottom line of CBI consultancies, is zealously touting an Opposition candidate in St Lucia, raising the presumption that the election will result in additional marketing opportunities for CBI consultants not presently qualified in St Lucia, but who would be allowed to participate in selling St Lucia CBI/CIP products, when Mr. Pierre is elected to office.
According to published reports, multiple articles, critical of the sitting government, including misstatements of material fact,about its senior officials holding office, designed to inflame the voters about their purported corruption, have been placed in a number of websites. We call this "checkbook" journalism, and trust that readers will see through those fiiings, and made an educated decision regarding the "facts" appearing within these "sponsored" ( e.g. paid) articles, appearing in the half dozen Caribbean online media who accept paying contributors.