SIROP combine exile/refugee Program

SIROP combine exile/refugee Program
When will the 21,000 - 25,000 Seychellois exile/refugees get Justice

Friday, 17 February 2012

Up Close … with Veronique Delhomme, first Seychellois woman to attend the Seychelles College -

Up Close … with Veronique Delhomme, first Seychellois woman to attend the Seychelles College -


‘Desroches has been developed for what it was supposed to – tourism’

As her former classmate, there are many things that spring to mind when I think of Veronique Delhomme, daughter of the remarkable Dr Stevenson-Delhomme, Seychelles’ first lady politician and first lady doctor.

Not least is the fact she was and still is strikingly beautiful at 59, with her extra long black hair and despite her elite background, very outgoing.

It had been 10 years since we last met in Mahé and sitting at the Pirates Arms Restaurant we recalled old times and she was genuinely interested to know how all other former classmates were doing.

Veronique is the first girl to attend the Seychelles College – from Form IV – at a time when schools were strictly segregated. Her dad, Andre Delhomme, owned two islands and she was also the first Seychelloise to meet the pope.

An exception was made for Veronique to attend the Seychelles College because she had decided on a career in medicine and subjects like physics, chemistry and biology were at the time not taught at the Regina Mundi Convent (for girls only).

Her elder sister, Helene, also attended the college, but since she had decided to study law, she joined for A-levels, i.e. in Form V1.

Ironically, the two girls were to swop as Veronique performed badly in both physics and chemistry, the head teacher, Brother Adrienne Frenette, told her: “Forget about being a doctor.”

Her sister also had her hopes of becoming a lawyer dashed when she performed better at the sciences.
Veronique grew up at St Louis at the ‘Villa des Roses’, now the site of the Chinese Embassy.

Her father was the first French Consul of Seychelles. At a time when British colonial influence still ran strong, he was one of the founder members of Alliance Française and was the owner of two islands – Coetivy and Desroches.

Her mum, the formidable Dr Hilda Stevenson-Delhomme, has so many achievements going for her that only a good biography can do her justice. To this day, a road at St Louis, close to her former residence, is named after her.

Meeting Pope Paul V1

In 1969, two years after joining the Seychelles College, Veronique and Helene were informed by their parents they would be going to Italy to meet Pope Paul V1. According to Veronique, the visit was arranged months before by the British Embassy in Nairobi, though it is obvious that the Governor must have been privy to the secret.

The girls were urged to learn Italian so as to be able to converse with the Pontiff and lessons were dispensed by Father Modeste, a Swiss priest close to the family.

As the great day approached, they travelled to Mombasa, Kenya and flew to Rome where Vatican bishops informed them Ms Delhomme was to dress in black and the children in pale colours as the Pope himself would be in white. They were accompanied for the occasion by two children living with the Delhomme family – Alain and Caroline Hoareau – still toddlers. Austere Vatican officials also insisted Veronique covers her lovely hair.

The Pope’s prelate informed them the meeting would be at the Chateau Castel Gondolfo – his summer residence. A limousine took the family there, where they waited in a room. Then, in came Pope Paul V1.

To everyone’s surprise, he exclaimed: “Oh Madame, mais quelle joie” in impeccable French, recalls Veronique. The Pope kept the conversation in French and wanted to know about Seychelles and the Church there.

Veronique also recalls Pope Paul VI saying he had heard Madame Delhomme was somehow involved in politics and several charities and wanted to know how she was doing in these fields.

“He asked each of us our names and at the end of the meeting gave our parents rosaries, and each of us key-rings with the Papal seal. He also asked every one of us to say three Hail Marys for him each day, which for a while I did.”

Veronique recalls Pope Paul V1 was not a polyglot and globe-trotter like the charismatic John Paul II, who was the first Pontiff to step outside Europe when he visited Uganda – obviously before the notorious Idi Amin Dada came to power.

Still on religion, Veronique recalls as a young girl of four, she met Archbishop Makarios of Cyprus, exiled here by the British in 1956. It appears that initially Makarios and his entourage were to be kept at ‘La Bastille’ at Pointe Conan.

When somebody at Government House pointed out it was too close to the sea and the Cypriots could make an escape bid by boat, Ms Delhomme stepped in and suggested the house at Sans Soucis with superb mountain views, also overlooking the inner islands. Makarios stayed there for over a year and grew fond of the place.

On Coetivy and Desroches

Veronique recalls that besides hundreds of tons of copra, the islands then produced, her dad brought horses and donkeys there, where some reproduced and roamed wild.

If Coetivy was considered Helene’s island, Veronique always considered Desroches as special. “There was this little volcanic wonder called Miray Bondye. Cotton plants also grew abundantly.

Today, Veronique fondly notes that Desroches is an island that has been developed for what it was supposed to, which is tourism. She adds it speaks volumes for Desroches that the royal couple – Prince William and Kate – vacationed there and would probably have honeymooned there too had it not been for the terrible menace posed by the Somali pirates.

After her schooling in Mahe, Veronique studied law in Paris where she obtained a Licence des droits and became a lawyer and notary – a profession which she practiced until very recently. She has three children by her first marriage – a son Jean, today a prosperous currency trader in London, and two daughters Phedora and Olivia.

Sadly her husband died in a motor accident in 1985 and many years later, she married a second time – this time to Briton Neville Maryan-Green, several years her senior. Mr Maryan-Green is also a lawyer and notary who is also very well versed in international law and can certainly convince anyone why the euro is not about to disintegrate. But that would necessitate another article…

I had nearly forgotten to state that because of someone she met during Makarios’ exile here that Veronique still maintains strong links with Greece. En famille she holidays on an Aegean island every summer.

But now that she is a partner in the apartment block ‘Stevenson & Poll’ just completed at Le Chantier, she plans to vacation in Mahe at least once yearly, which is why she has reserved the top flat which commands a splendid view of the islands of the Ste Anne Marine Park

By John Lablache

The way we were…101 years ago 

Mr. Douglas Bailey, O.B.E., J.P., Sir Michael Nethersole, K.B.E., C.S.I., C.I.E., D.S.O., Police Magistrate.


Dr. John Thomas Bradley,%202010/top5_first_seychellois.html

The brief History of the Place - Shalom

The Property belonged to Dr J. T. Bradley and some of the then Colonial issues he was involved in and contributed to, some of the books he has written and after his death Mrs Dolly Bailey inherited the property.

The Roman Catholic had a Mission House at the back.

There was/were two lovely large mangoe trees, mangue sabre - the other !, several Frangipanne plants, a breadfruit tree, eventually coco jeaunne. There was a Coco de mer tree also.

There was a famous Garage -headed/ran by Master Lolo and his famous spectacle - who had started that Garage originally.

In the early 70's acquired by Mr Marcel Moulinier and Wife to start "La Cave aux Vins"

The International School develop their Education Project.

We do not have the exact date Institute Francais moved at the back - Alliance Francais - they used to be based at the Hon French Consul place - then Mr Andre Delhomme, we are sure many in Sechelles Seychelles will do a better task, individual like Mr Julien Durup. From then on our "French archaic, illuminati, fraternal, christian, heraldic, cultural heritage down the 400 years in the Indian Ocean".

Most important during the one party state the important support is gave to the populace,the very long complex exile/refugees saga from Seychelles, the oppressed, persecuted, those who disappeared, imprisoned, marginalised, those who opposed the SPPF and One party State politic.
Equally important over the past 45 years all those Seychellois who have been its President and contributed importantly.

Next door was the property and residence of Mr Phillippe Jumeau - Minister with out Portfolio under Sir James Mancham government and - Madagascar Consulate. SITA was also based there.

Which of the Property belonged to Mr Jopseph Albert Family we have lost track - our Family, Grandparents property was next to the Albert property at Anse aux Pins and the Capucin Mountain by our standard.

After the coup d'etat until the decison of the Delhomme Children to build something - there have been very many individuals, investors, companies interested in acquiring the Property.

As part of the SIROP etc $500 - $800 millions exile/refugees program if successful, a very special International Project covering the Indian Ocean, Africa, Gulf Region, Asia South Asia would have been based there - then Mr Andre Delhomme and Dr Hilda Stevenson- Delhomme exile in France.

Note: We politely ask those who can to do some research and add, input to our contribution.

Thank You.

Comment: We are adding our comment here because it is over 4,600 words. 

These are the same people, institutions, we had importantly trusted, went to meet several times to discuss that SIROP etc exile/refugee program, the logic, economic, functionality, in case we succeeded in changing the government the need, requirement that the world, the IMF, the World Bank, the UN, the EU and USA institutions understood and knew clearly who we were and wanted.

We had to convinced the Seychellois exile community who had called ask us to help change the system, the concept had to be workable and very serious. a number of the Key Seychelles exile/refugee leaders in Britain, the USA, Canada, France, Italy, Austria, Holland, South Africa, Seychelles and else where knew about this - their traitorous acts later and they all seek justice, they ought to understand justice first.

We discussed that program in detail - they were part of the Big chartered account group of the world - we had done a great deal of work with all of them before writing that SIROP etc exile program.

We linked with their German , Paris Office and Dutch Office.

They had to convinced the Big banks involved, the big financiers we had line up - this was not some bogus project.

They were Seychelles government auditors and worked with them even as Communist/One Party political system in many global big business, the Arab world, the COMECON, the Vatican, South America and Africa.

Then Mr Guy Morel, the Central Bank of Seychelles, the Ministers, Mr Giovanni Mario Ricci and very many others from Italy, South Africa and the USA - USSR involved in that program.

They took all our information and passed on to their clients, the Market, the British politicians, and the media and we got conned, ripped off, robbed, we lost everything.

We went to see them in Maidstone their new HQ and discussed what had taken place and their position.

The mega meltdown came as a result - we started getting angry with all their corrupted prac tice and lies, deceit - what they say in public and what they really do and how they work.

That was when Auther Anderson got into big trouble - we were involved, we had been closer to Auther Anderson than KPMG, they were Seychelles government, and a couple of others.

We had hinted/indicated to all of them in our discussion the capabilities of our " ancestral archaic, fraternal, Illuminati, masonic, heraldic and such workings" the discipline, management mechanism and controlling mechanism.

This said - it was our person who drove those parties in Mauritius to ask for Republic - President FA Rene is still alive, so that we could work closer, Mauritius would never have become what it is today with all the dreadful arrogant individuals - their big mouth, they got big economic boost success on the back of our SIROP etc program, the changes we were involved and working in the COMECON, the USSR.

The Project Stock Market

The project WWW we drove and help put together and KPMG say they have Department, discipline, mechanism to manage, regulate - we knew of all those issues before putting that SIROP program together - we had worked with them in special fields and program - that is why President FA Rene trusted us , not Sir James Mancham, and the others, we had a very strong and reputable track record.

What took place -the British/English establishment - statements they changed Seychelles and everybody swallow the garbage lies is beyond imagination belief in modern propaganda.

If/should they be serious - demand they start a court Case in EU or Seychelles and let the hearing be public - let at the dirty issues come out in public, then the world will know what really took place, instead the many attempts to have me killed so we do not write and tell the world what really took place.

What about the War between the two French masonic lodge, the Italian lodge and the British, USA and South African have everybody forgotten over many of these issues.

KPMG Mauritius se dote d’un département de chasseurs de fraude et de délits financiers

Les services financiers, secteur en croissance de l’économie locale, s’étoffent d’avantage. Ce, avec la formation de cinq juricomptables par KPMG Mauritius. D’autre part, trois experts internationaux de ce cabinet ont animé une conférence sur le sujet de la juricomptabilité le 15 février dernier, à Pailles.

Maurice se veut être une plaque tournante régionale en matière de services financiers. Et le gouvernement a récemment exprimé son souhait que le pays soit élevé au statut d’économie développée. Deux facteurs qui ne laissent pas de marbre les entreprises opérant dans le secteur des services financiers. Certaines d’entre elles ont ainsi décidé d’étoffer leurs offres afin de proposer un service plus complet à leur clientèle. A l’instar de la branche locale de KPMG.

Ce cabinet international de services financiers souhaite ainsi ajouter la juricomptabilité (forensic accounting), à son offre. « L’existence d’un tel service, au sein d’un cabinet d’experts comptables résolument tourné vers l’avenir, est indispensable. Ce, en raison des risques de fraude, de malversation, de corruption, de mauvaise gestion de fonds ou d’infractions aux lois réglementant les transactions et les modèles d’investissement », explique Huns Biltoo, directeur de KPMG Mauritius.

Il ajoute qu’un juricomptable est un chasseur de fraudes et de malversations financières au sein de l’entreprise. Son rôle consiste, entre autres, à mettre en place une stratégie de prévention visant à protéger l’entreprise contre d’éventuelles fraudes. Et, lorsqu’un délit financier a été repéré, c’est à lui de « mener l’enquête ». C’est également au juricomptable de réunir les preuves pour défendre les intérêts de l’entreprise en Cour, en cas de litiges financiers.

Néanmoins, cette profession n’est pas très répandue à Maurice. KPMG Mauritius s’est donc lancé dans un programme de formation de cinq futurs juricomptables. « C’est un programme de formation continu. Et cet investissement va nous permettre d’offrir un service intégré aux clients. Ces derniers trouveront tout ce dont ils ont besoin pour mener leurs opérations en toute sérénité », précise notre interlocuteur.

L’importance de la juricomptabilité a d’ailleurs été mise en exergue le mercredi 15 février, lors d’une conférence au Clos St Louis, Pailles. En effet, KPMG Mauritius avait invité Petrus Marais, Déan Friedman et Eugene Minnaar, trois experts de KPMG International, à faire une présentation générale sur le sujet. Lors de cette conférence, Déan Friedman devait faire ressortir que « les trois piliers d’une bonne gestion des risques de fraude sont la prévention, la détection et la réaction, qui consiste en la capacité à prendre les mesures requises pour remédier à la situation ».

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