Joan Lindo interviews Mark Gibbs, son of the late Ian Gibbs: architect, designer and the first owner of the Valjour Royale estate, before he sold it to my father the late Rupert Lindo.
Hello everyone, I stand here at Valjour Royale in complete darkness even after I have payed my light bill. What injustice is this? As many of you know, my mother – a widow and I – a fatherless child, have fallen prey to the wickedness imposed upon us by thugs, criminals, gangsters, land developers and hyenas / investors from the music industry.
We have been living a life of terror and hardship imposed on us by these demons for over a decade now. They have tried to tarnish our spotless reputation, defame and slander our great name, defraud us and have even tried to poison us on several occasions, using “friends”. They follow us everywhere we go to sabotage our business so that we will have no money, intimidate us and make our life as uncomfortable as possible with the hope that we will give up on our estate and our country as a whole and runaway.
These demons have went as far as to suppress and sabotage my musical career and block any form of progress or prosperity in our lives. These monsters befriend you, clone your phone to obtain your contacts, befriend and bribe them (if they are weak), turn them against you so that you have no-one to turn to and all in a carefully plotted conspiracy to steal our estate. Anytime that anything is done to resolve an issue, these termites go into another meeting to conduct more illegal conspiracies to sabotage every aspect of our progress and prosperity.
Meanwhile these groups of people infest the neighborhood with scammers in an effort to drive us out of our estate, issuing death threats, threatening to burn down our house if we don’t move out and chanting morning, noon and night things like:
“they have got to go”,
“we are going to kill them”,
“i am going to make sure he never gets back light, they have to move out”
“yes man, we have mashed him up, him nah get back no light”
“take away his light, now that is sabotage”
“mi nah understand dis yeah man, mi nah give him back him light, him haffi move out”
“we have cut them off for good, no light, that will get them out”
“dem nah wan come out, we ah go bun it down, fire”
Who would have thought that after returning home that we would be faced with such atrocities.
It must be known that we will never give up or back down from our purpose and what we own. We are here today and we are here to stay. I have placed this here on my website so that the world can see what my mother and I have been enduring.
Please keep us in your prayers because God knows that we need all the help we can get in conquering these enemies, bringing back peace, prosperity and happiness to our lives. No-one should have to endure what we are going through. It is cruel and inhuman.
Alexander Lindo manages to perform at the AWG Valentine’s Day Ball fundraiser, organized by his mother Joan Lindo (AWG Fundraising Chairperson) and her committee despite the untimely death of his father Rupert Lindo. Read Article