I would advise contract workers to sabotage CUC machinery and other vital power generation systems. I would encourage our young people to start a graffiti campaign like American soil has never seen.If they haven't done so already, I imagine that any minute now the FBI will be kicking in his front door for inciting domestic terrorism.
I've previously poked fun at Ron for not including me on his list of people that he thinks should work as legislators for free. This latest letter takes things to a new level, though. I can not believe he had these thoughts published in a newspaper. He should have kept these ideas to himself, or at the very least shared them only with his drinking buddies at Godfathers.
Even better, he could have come up with a more productive way to express his frustrations.
I think most people on Saipan agree that the contract worker situation should be improved, but to do what he suggests is lunacy, not to mention illegal.
Just ask John S. Pangelinan what happens when you write threatening letters.
I will personally honor the brave veterans that swarmed Sugar Dock to liberate the Marianas by painting FREE The PEOPLE everywhere I can.Ron, if I see FREE the PEOPLE painted on any publicly owned structure, I will do everything in my power to have you arrested and charged with vandalism.
I, along with dozens of other volunteers, have dedicated entire weekends to cleaning up this island, painting over graffiti on the Japanese Lighthouse, CUC pumps, PSS bus stops, public parks, and on other public buildings. We take action every week to make these islands a better place to live and visit. I take it as a personal insult that you so blatantly promote vandalism.
You owe this community an apology.