Pierre Expresses Condolences On Death Of Queen Elizabeth II

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Prime Minister Philip J. Pierre has expressed deep sadness on the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

“I wish to convey my condolences to the British Royal Family and the Government and the People of the United Kingdom on this solemn occasion of the passing of Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II,” Pierre wrote on Facebook.

“Her Majesty will forever be an enduring symbol of stability and strength throughout the Commonwealth Region and the world,” the Castries East MP noted.

“On behalf of the Government and the People of Saint Lucia, please accept our deepest sympathies,” he stated.

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Queen Elizabeth II, the UK’s longest-serving monarch, died at Balmoral aged 96, after reigning for 70 years.

She died peacefully on Thursday afternoon at her Scottish estate, where she had spent much of the summer.

The Queen came to the throne in 1952 and witnessed enormous social change.

Her son King Charles III said the death of his beloved mother was a “moment of great sadness” for him and his family and that her loss would be “deeply felt” worldwide.

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  1. For this is what the LORD says about the palace of the king !
    Do not weep for the dead king or mourn his loss ; rather,weep bitterly for him who is exilés, because they will never return nor see his native land again.
    “He will never return, He will die in the place where they have led him captive ;he will not see this land again.

  2. Prober that’s it keep trying to be like 👍 an African American, give me give even if I have access to education and can travel the world to work. Guess you were in the room when she was casting spells and did what a Christian should do according to the word of God.

    • Common Sense (wishful thinking?): Here’s a little help to reduce the level of ignorance caused by your huge investment in the cult of personality…the book, Legacy of Violence: A History Of The British Empire by Caroline Elkins.

  3. Ding dong, the witch is dead!

    This is an opportunity for my fellow St. Lucians to be disabused of their civic delusions.

    Pip’s sentiments are commensurate with his role as head house negro. His ‘privileged’ position was only attained to serve his masters in London, because he got your direct endorsement via the ballot box; or tacit endorsement, if you didn’t vote.

    Those who voted him in, only confirmed their lot as field negro! Now get back to work, so that your new master, Charles III, can continue to live in the style he was born to!

  4. are you serious PJP you mean to say our 4th parents who make this witch filthy rich globally and refuse to honor our repatriate’s what they deserved, this fool died and not even choose to finance our basic need eg. to furnish our school with text books funding so our youths don’t have to suffer in school you paying tribute to this witch?… oh man come on be of dignity.. She is a botain child in the 1st place who gain mountainous wealth off our backbone… shame.. shame shame…


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