Blog Sulbaran | Same as DAE was, InselAir is an important provider of currency and jobs

Blog MFK-er Jorge 'Palu Djo' Sulbaran - Medina

Blog MFK-er Jorge ‘Palu Djo’ Sulbaran – Medina

My position is the same like it was when Dutch Antilles Express (DAE) needed a financial support from the Government. InselAir, like DAE used to be, is an important provider of foreign currency in our economy and jobs for our people.

DAE, when it was drawn into the drain by incompetent politicians, represented an annual influx of over 100 million dollars in our economy and over 400 jobs. Fact is that InselAir provides a 10 fold of this amount and over 700 jobs, hopefully these mediocre and immoral politicians can understand this.

Problem is that the same stupid politicians created a precedent when they sent DAE belly up, with the argument that no public funds should be invested in private companies. Which is a stupid position considering the need that our country has for foreign currency, jobs, and airlift!

Fact is that US Government invested trillions of dollars to safeguard their financial institutions and automotive industry. Same like the Dutch did to salvage their banking system. Why the hell or we still talking about this!

Opinion by Jorge Sulbaran

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6 Reacties op “Blog Sulbaran | Same as DAE was, InselAir is an important provider of currency and jobs

  1. Let ‘Palu Djo’ talk. As the saying goes; ‘Every-time fools talk they advertise their own ignorance’.

    Companies in financial distress often undergo corporate reconstructions to enable them to remain in business rather than go into liquidation. Corporate reconstruction in a failing company often involves raising some new capital and persuading creditors / lenders to accept some alternative to the repayment of their debts. This will ensure that the business continues in the short term.

    Borrowing money from creditors, from government, is no problem if you pay back as agreed. But if the intention is to stiff the creditor / lender then the loan should carry a high interest rate in exchange for risk.

  2. Hij zal ook wel hebben mogen graaien. Feit is dat de eigenaar van Falcon Air wel zijn geld kreeg en de bedrijven die zaken deden niet. Hierdoor stonden veel mensen op straat. Net als het DAE personeel. Ook vergeten we dat vooral veel Venezolanen tickets hadden voor DAE en did nooit hebben terug gekregen. Sommige zaten zelf vast in de USA. Blijkbaar is dat leedvermaak!

  3. Niet alleen de baard is afgezakt….ook de man z’n moraal !! Graaien uit de pot van “het volk” is kennelijk normaal bij MFK,,,, 🙂

  4. Deze lelijkerd is lid van een partij waarvan de voorman (tot 3 jaar cel veroordeeld voor grootschalige corruptie) zich op kosten van de staat liet vergezellen door 4 lijfwachten en een privefotograaf.

    Daar het gemiddelde IQ van partijleden van de MFK dat van de afwashulp van de Cactusclub niet te boven gaat vergeven we Palu maar dat hij denkt dat graaien in de staatskas een normaal gebruik is.

  5. Joep heeft volledig gelijk.

    Al vraag ik me af of het zin heeft om te reageren op een stuk afkomstig van de MFK, een afvalbak vol idioten en criminelen.

  6. Joep Meloen

    It is obvious to me that this Sulbaran has the intellect of a Donkey.
    A company, which managers keep rendering services to clients that don’t pay is not a viable company. Sales are only sales when customers actually pay. Turn over on paper is nice, but as long as the money is not being transferred it is actually a loss.
    Sulbaran fails to acknowledge the fact that this management knew very well that Venezuela does not have any intention to pay, nor do they have any means to pay their bills. To keep flying to Venezuela therefore does not provide any proof of able management. Good management would have decided NOT to fly to Venezuela and as a result the company would have been perhaps smaller in size, but employing a workforce without having the means to pay their salaries is plain criminal.
    To demand that the tax payers of Curacao start cleaning up the mess the management has made is beyond stupid.
    This island is full with incompetent managers and so called politicians. It is time we get some real professionals here, who know how to run profitable companies and not the ones who are just here to fill their own pockets.

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