DFP condoles with Royal family, UK government and people, on death of Queen Elizabeth II; congratulates King Charles

DFP Chairman, Johnson Boston

The Dominica Freedom Party (DFP) has joined the International community in mourning the death of the Queen who died on Thursday, September 8, 2022 at the age of 96.

In a statement signed by its Chairman, Johnson Boston, the DFP extends “deepest sympathy to King Charles the III and the entire Royal family,” the government and people of the United Kingdom as well as the government and peoples throughout the Commonwealth of Nations, and the International community.

“Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the II devoted her entire life to the public service of her country and people, which provided Britain with stability and strength. Her Majesty will be remembered for her long and steady service to humanity, as well as a force for unity and charity throughout the whole,” the DFP writes in its statement.

“The Dominica Freedom Party also takes this opportunity to congratulate King Charles the III in his new role as King and on his ascension to the throne, and as head of the Unity Kingdom and the Commonwealth of nations. We wish King Charles the III well during his reign,” the release further states.

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  1. Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
    September 19, 2022

    “In a statement signed by its Chairman, Johnson Boston, the DFP extends “deepest sympathy to King Charles the III and the entire Royal family,””

    Guy be quiet and stop talking crap; via who did you forward you condolences?

    Facebook like Roosevelt Skerrit has done!

    Name the British Embassy, or consulate through which you sent your condolence; all of that is simple hogwash talk to appear important; the only condolences that matter are those coming from invited heads of States; government officials who was invited to England in person to attend the funeral.
    The British, has a condolence book in which I saw President Biden Invited to the funeral, singed his name on behalf of the people of the United States, in the condolence Book this morning!
    All of you simply talking fart, trying to be important, when Royal Family never heard of you all, if they wanted to have any part of Dominica they would not have forced Dominicans into independence!
    Be quiet with that crap, you are not…

  2. If we knew better
    September 19, 2022

    Granted that the British were involved in slavery. So were the French, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese and Americans. Did you all know that at one point in time it was black people enslaving Caucasians in the time of the Berbers? Not only that but the same tongues trying to crucify the British monarchy are the same ones who would go to Britain today if given a chance.

    God save King Charles.

  3. Ibo France
    September 18, 2022

    I disagree with one rejoicing because someone dies. Having said that, I agree wholeheartedly with the rest of your statement.

    The enslaved deifyng their enslavers! Incomprehensible!

  4. Ibo France
    September 18, 2022

    Queen Elizabeth and her family enriched themselves from the blood sweat, tears and horrendous suffering of our people. The cruelty meted out them is still indescribable up this present day.

    Yet, we, the descendants of these victims of British slavery and colonialism still genuflect to these people, our oppressors. What irony! Are we a generation of sheep?

    What I have come to realise is that we adore our tormentors but despise our own.

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  5. Just Asking
    September 17, 2022

    Common FP, they (yes them) left you with an illiterate population, exploited you for decades with fig at 5-10 cents a pound till your people head calbosay carrying fig while they build England, gave you a few crooked one-lane bridges, continuing on with what they do to the rest of you in Africa, took everything you had to build theirs and shut yours down; today one of them is leaving and you feel the need to morn or apologize?

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  6. Cobra
    September 17, 2022

    It’s so Pathetic that the decendant of slaves is so sympathetic when his colonizer dies that he is prepared to create a spectacle.
    Would the gentleman be equally sympathetic to the memory of all the slaves…our ancestors, who fell at the hands of the same family for profit…to which no apology has been offered by the deceased?

    Shouldn’t one not rejoice when his oppressor is no more?

    Still thinking like the slave.

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