The Edmund Hinkson and George Payne Story, EXPOSED

The following was extracted from the witness filings in the Edmund Hinkson versus George Payne Barbados Labour Party affair:

Edmund Hinkson versus George Payne (1)

Edmund Hinkson versus George Payne (2)

Edmund Hinkson versus George Payne (3)

Edmund Hinkson versus George Payne (4)

Edmund Hinkson versus George Payne (5)

Edmund Hinkson versus George Payne (6)

Edmund Hinkson versus George Payne (7)

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66 Comments on “The Edmund Hinkson and George Payne Story, EXPOSED”

  1. pieceuhderockyeahright October 24, 2014 at 5:43 AM #

    Say what you will about Edmund Hinkson when he is passionate about something or someone, when he speaks of a subject he loves and while he would as a politician have to tell untruths about what his or any political party will deliver, Eddie is not going to mek up these statements

    Let us disregard the content for the moment and look at the matter of ambience as is being conveyed

    He speaks to the state of affairs of the parties at the meeting and in restating these one notes that it would be a real stretch of his imagination to califlux this ambience so convincingly

    Those fellows were hurting, they had spent a lot of money on the elections and in their respective bribing campaigns and they were hot

    Tempers flared and to be fair to those in attendance, many who would have bankrolled their campaigns possibly even won their individual set but lost as part of the collective would have been decidedly irate

    Those however who lost outright and, this is the critical point, did not have the backup position of ill won political gains of previous appointments and kickbacks as ministers of telecommunications etc, coupled with not winning your seat and not securing that $17,000/month salary, would have been real vex livid

    What ensued between Edmund and George Payne is as is evidenced by the Claimant’s comments a true rendition of what happened at that august assembly of thieves and rogues.

    How the managed it thereafter with this airing of their linen in public is good for in so doing both boy-men have shown the public at large the calibre of men and women and clowns who abound in the BLP

    This should not be seen in the sole light of Eddie and George but in light of the collective and the absolute inability of the entire party to manage this and reign in the egos of these two short men dem.

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  2. David October 24, 2014 at 6:32 AM #

    BU finds the following position by Kerri Symmonds interesting and obviously explains his animus at times with the BLP.

    13. Attention then started to focus on whether Miss. Mottley was a suitable person to be Leader of the Opposition and Political Leader of the BLP. Mr. Kerrie Symmonds accused Miss. Mottley of appointing his former wife to be a director of one of her companies in the aftermath of him being requested by Miss. Mottley to resign from the Senate in 2009 . Mr. Symmonds also accused Miss Mottley of providing finances to his former wife.

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  3. George Browne October 24, 2014 at 7:52 AM #

    I know many who paid money early on mornings at the St Andrew constituency office for taxi permit

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  4. millertheanunnaki October 24, 2014 at 8:04 AM #

    @ David | October 24, 2014 at 6:32 AM |

    So why Ms. Mottley is alleged to have said that men must learn to take a horn she was actually referring to Kerrie?

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  5. BAFBFP October 24, 2014 at 8:09 AM #

    Piece

    You are of course saying that political parties, particularly those that are weighted with an over abundance of lawyers in senior positions, are a nightmare for the development interests of ordinary Barbadians.

    Hinkson I have known from a boy, and would not leave him on his own to do something as simple as change a car tire. He is though an extraordinary academic …. but come on now, enough of this rewarding for academic excellence.

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  6. Sargeant October 24, 2014 at 8:12 AM #

    @Miller etc.
    So why Ms. Mottley is alleged to have said that men must learn to take a horn she was actually referring to Kerrie
    ++++++++++++
    The above brought a smile to my face, you are being unduly provocative this morning.

    Happy Friday.

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  7. Waiting October 24, 2014 at 8:19 AM #

    What a stinking cesspool and these are the folk who represent poor God fearing church going simple Barbadians. None of them are fit to be political representatives based on the lofty ideals of Parliament . A pack of wild dogs if they could speak would not vote for such low life. One of the salient points is they are all lawyers. The berry doesn’t fall far from the tree and the general consensus of lawyers as dishonest, arrogant and repulsively opinionated is borne out in the witness filings. The only surprise is that they never came to blows in the meeting.

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  8. millertheanunnaki October 24, 2014 at 8:27 AM #

    @ Sargeant | October 24, 2014 at 8:12 AM |

    At least he was not horned by a man to make him cry to see what his wife was able to accommodate. Ask ac or Simple Simon if you doubt the miller.

    You have to respect my honesty. No one is perfect. Not even MAM. LOL!!!

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  9. David October 24, 2014 at 8:45 AM #

    Let there be no doubt the forum when those assembled to discuss E11 matters was any less raucous.

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  10. pieceuhderockyeahright October 24, 2014 at 10:20 AM #

    @ David {BU]

    It was indeed no less raucous, NEITHER are the lingering eddies (no pun intended as per Eddie Hinkson) in the DLP corridors post the E11 fiasco any less so even at today.

    But, and forgive me for starting the sentence with a conjunction, “the tie that binds…” this set of DLP clowns that are in power, as opposed to that set of BLP nitwits in opposition, is based on a modicum of reasoning an euphemism for the PENSION that they are all guaranteed after their ten year stint in power (soon to be followed by 25 years in the wilderness)

    Kenny Rogers has a song with the words “you got to know when to hold, know when to fold..” and Hinkson and Payne are so incensed that neither is willing to walk away here.

    Did you ever play that game of “my weenie is bigger than your weenie” when you were in Infants B or kindergarten?

    A set of our Bulbados version of the band Boys to Men.

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  11. Gabriel October 24, 2014 at 10:37 AM #

    David,
    Thanks for posting.Nothing like the unvarnished truth for a change; straight from the horses’ mouths.

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  12. Bajanfuhlife October 24, 2014 at 12:26 PM #

    All this disunity in the BLP? Maybe Owen Arthur was right. The BLP has lost its soul.
    The key issue here is if Ms. Mottley would stoop to the kind of things to which she is accused by fellow party members, what would happen if you give this woman Ultimate Political Power ?
    Owen Arthur got a glimpse and he is warning Barbados – Do Not Go There!
    We have a power hungry meglamaniac on the loose in the opposition office.

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  13. Hants October 24, 2014 at 12:49 PM #

    Much ado about nothing.

    The BLP will be a united cohesive political machine by the time the canvassing starts for the next election.

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  14. Sunshine Sunny Shine October 24, 2014 at 1:59 PM #

    It does not matter to me how much exposing of this corrupt party is presented to dissuade persons from voting, when i come home to vote I voting the corrupt BLP bitches in any event. I prefer them then these stinking arrogant silent pricks who do not give a rats ass about bajans or the pains they are inflicting upon the many VOTE THEIR STINKING ASSES OUT.

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  15. Sunshine Sunny Shine October 24, 2014 at 2:03 PM #

    At least when the BLP thief you can see them thieving when the DLP thieving they pretend they are not. George Payne is nasty piece of work and so is Arthur and Motely

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  16. BAFBFP October 24, 2014 at 2:14 PM #

    Sunshine Sunny Shine

    So show your disapproval by refusing to continue with a process that is a nonsense to well meaning citizens. Not only should you NOT vote, you should be encouraging others to do likewise.

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  17. Dompey October 24, 2014 at 2:48 PM #

    I saw Owen Arthur speaking on Utube yesterday and I was quite disappointed by this man’s tone of voice. He spoke much like the average Barbadian who has had a mere secondary school education. The Prime Minister on the other hand, spoke with the grace and eloquence which are conducive as well as indicative of those who are charged with the affairs of the people.

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  18. Sunshine Sunny Shine October 24, 2014 at 2:53 PM #

    @BAFBFP

    Provide a sensible alternative that I can cast my vote differently The back and forth between these two corrupted parties is that there is no viable, sensible and tested alternative. Who will rise up an champion on behalf of Barbados and not themselves. Until that time I will cast my vote for the other corrupt lot only to get rid of these silent shitety sheep.

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  19. Dompey October 24, 2014 at 3:44 PM #

    BAFBFP

    I am afraid to say that I do not quite understand your line of reasoning because how does convincing others not to participate in the political process address the fundamental problems facing the system? The abdication of the pollitical process is one such option that ought to be employed but good luck with that because the most it will do is send a message. How about electing the right kind of people who will put as an agenda, the right kind of checks and balances which would hold those in high office aswerable as well as accountable, for their betrayal of the public trust?

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  20. Dee Word October 24, 2014 at 4:42 PM #

    Just as it’s a truism that ‘all politics is local’ it’s also beyond refute that politics has been, is and will always be a dirty game. The fact that this type of ‘internecine’ (I remember somebody used that $100 word to describe the cricket kerfuffle too) problem is in the public domain is likely a result of the presence of this site and social media n general. Cause back in the day these type of things would have been more diplomatically handled and surely would have been no more that a little blimp on the public radar.

    But that said, consider that these bright leaders of the people are considered among their peers as scallywags and frauds. My goodness, and this among ‘friends’ in the same party. .

    Why then do we not realize the difficulty with our youth (like our cricketers) in being proper and respectful. Also, the difficulty in finding folks of a certain education and status without overbearing egos.

    These two combatants are both very wealthy bajans and wid due respect to both of them I really don’t think the concept of representing the people is more paramount to them than the lust for power and prestige.

    So yes they are willing to dissemble, discombobulate and demean to get that legacy of power and prestige established.

    The funny thing is that MP Hinkson has always been a relatively ‘decent’ and ‘upfront’ guy but as soon as you step in that political ring you betta be able to bite in the clinch, hit below the belt and otherwise be a dirty street fighter.

    So Eddie has long since lost his decorum. MP Payne, well he is much older so its likely he can’t even spell the word decorum these days, that’s if he actually remembers it’s a word.

    Anyhow, I dun wid that, cause the closest I can get to the sort of money these guys have is that years ago I used to get a ride to school, on the odd occasion, with a gentleman who I came to realize was MP Hinkson’s dad (RIP) .

    BTW, I would have loved to see what BU would have unearthed during scandals like Pele and Mark Stokes to name but two.

    God Bless Social Media. Good and bad!

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  21. David October 24, 2014 at 5:07 PM #

    Ladies and Gentlemen we give you our political leaders.

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  22. Due Diligence October 24, 2014 at 5:21 PM #

    @ DOMPEY

    “The Prime Minister on the other hand, spoke with the grace and eloquence which are conducive as well as indicative of those who are charged with the affairs of the people.”

    And what did the PM say, which, if translated to standard English, could be understood by the average Barbadian who has had a mere secondary school education.

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  23. HAMILTON A HILL October 24, 2014 at 5:22 PM #

    Too far east is west, we are told. Any six is half dozen. Need we say more?

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  24. Gabriel October 24, 2014 at 5:31 PM #

    Due Diligence
    You wasting time responding to the biggest JA on this blog?Disregard the Donkey do!

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  25. Caswell Franklyn October 24, 2014 at 6:15 PM #

    Thanks David for posting those pleadings. I did not comment publicly before because I was not seized of the facts. After reading Hinkson’s own words, I am left wondering how anybody could fault George Payne.

    This is a clear case of Hinkson not minding his business and now having to suffer the consequences of his action. I sincerely hope that Mia would spring to his aid and assist in paying any damages that might be forthcoming.

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  26. Dompey October 24, 2014 at 6:31 PM #

    Gabriel,

    Man you have the audacious impudicity to counsel this man as to what he should do with his free-will, to express his response to an expressed opinion. And by the way buddy, what standard of judgement are you utilizing to determining that I am big Jack Ass? People like you need to pensively contemplate your response before you reveal your level of ignorance here. Now, can I inform your thinking for one second Gabriel? Socretes, Galileo, and Freud etc, were all viewed as the big JA’s by their critics back in the day. But in the course of time, truth gradually eat way at the vail of ignorance which enveloped the collective thinking of majority and vindicated these iconoclastic thinkers, who made a paradigmatic shift in the course of human history.

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  27. Due Diligence October 24, 2014 at 6:48 PM #

    Gabriel

    I guess that, in the course of time, Freundel will join Freud and those other iconoclastic thinkers, who made a paradigmatic shift in the course of human history.

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  28. Dee Word October 24, 2014 at 7:15 PM #

    @Caswell: Why would Payne win this and even if he does why should the damages be signiicant?

    I am no lawyer fuh sure, but Hinkson has laid solid grounds foe dismissal and at worst a small damage award.

    He has asserted that the comments, are true (some of them) and fundamentally have not caused harm to Payne.
    They were made in a private settings of the type were such comments were considered to be privileged.
    He subsequently withdrew the remarks considered offensive. etc, etc

    This is petty nonsense and Payne must have some more practical reason to lodge this other than money.

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  29. BAFBFP October 24, 2014 at 8:01 PM #

    “Electing the right people” .. geographic constituencies do NOT even get the chance to elect who will represent them. Do you not get this. What exist here is NOT a democracy, so why participate in something that you get nothing out of …? Switching back and again only legitimizes these two sets of opportunistic sub-humans.

    The ultimate goal is to have some say in who sits in Cabinet. There is nothing wrong with sending a message over and over again,… It sure beats falling for the same promises by the same people time and again

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  30. Dompey October 24, 2014 at 8:43 PM #

    BAFBFP

    Since what we have at present in Barbados falls short of what constitutes the common understanding of a Democracy, then we ought to ask the hundred dollar question: What transpired from Barrow’s era of politics, to the present and previous administrations that altered the productive course of politics in Barbados?

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  31. Prodigal Son October 24, 2014 at 8:53 PM #

    @ Hants | October 24, 2014 at 12:49 PM |

    Much ado about nothing.

    The BLP will be a united cohesive political machine by the time the canvassing starts for the next election……………………..

    You said it well, being a DLP supporter! Away with the likes of waiting who would like people to believe the same or worst kind of rancour does not go on in George Street. I do not condone this type of behaviour in any party.

    Imagine this yardfowl could talk on this….. calling people a pack of wild dogs yet they have behaved worst. His member disrespected the very Parliament he is now pretending to be holding in high esteem………..the man pulled a gun on another member………..could have committed a murder in the highly esteemed place.

    He has forgotten the days of blood letting according to Freundel Stuart and Kellman that went on on George Street during the dead king’s reign of terror!

    Sad outburst by Mr Hinkson but Mr Payne could have accepted the apology and kept this out of the public view if he cared for the party! The Dems buried their dirt after they plotted to take down Freundel!

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  32. Dompey October 24, 2014 at 9:20 PM #

    BAFBEP

    Perhaps, I am philosophizing here in some measure, but I hope that I am making some sense. But I think what some of us have failed to come to terms with is the fact that the temporal political state, is insufficient in its efficacy to produce the infinite plentitudes necessary, to sustain the needs of its growing population.

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  33. Brief October 24, 2014 at 9:57 PM #

    Payne got exactly what he wanted.

    Mottley’s allegedly helping the DLP by giving funds to supoorters to vote for them and allegedly sending transport to Irene’s aid during 2013 General Elections.

    Tell me, if your own is accused of helping your opponents to defeat its own team members won’t you want the world to know.

    The allegations should be investigated BEFORE the election of a Leader of the Opposition.

    Can Mia Mottley be trusted???

    George Payne’s allegedly assisting with registering members (75) to the constituency to ensure defeat of HInkson as candidate is just as fraudulent, undermining of the fraternity.

    Hinkson would be a person who knew fraud was being done saw it with his own eyes and buried it until the 4th day after the General Elections at a meeting to elect a Leader of the Opposition.

    Who among them can we trust??????????

    I hear the tune:
    ‘Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me dadeeedum
    let there be peace on earth the peace that was meant to me …
    sing along now ta ta ta
    ‘brothers all are we let me live with my neighbour in perfect harmony … help me with the words now.

    I will trust Miller’s comments for my next step in this one as I await the court’s decision or if the case would be discontinued and settled outside of court for what ever reason.

    If Miller remains silent – then I remain even more silent.

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  34. Hants October 24, 2014 at 11:43 PM #

    @ Prodigal Son

    “The DLP will also be a united cohesive political machine by the time the canvassing starts for the next election”

    That is how politics works.

    All the shenigans will be put aside and the focus will be on roping the fatted calf.

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  35. Hants October 24, 2014 at 11:45 PM #

    And yes the calf is bony right now but it will put on weight sooner or later.

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  36. Dompey October 25, 2014 at 12:06 AM #

    Listen to BU small band of political prognosticators; playing God with intellects as infinitesimal as a mustard seed.

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  37. millertheanunnaki October 25, 2014 at 12:34 AM #

    @ Hants | October 24, 2014 at 11:43 PM |
    “All the shenigans will be put aside and the focus will be on roping the fatted calf.”

    “Fatted” calf! Wrong choice of adjective here. If things continue as they are by the time of the next elections as constitutionally scheduled the fatted calf would have turned into an emaciated old cow with a strangling rope of debt around its neck that not even the foreign investor vultures would want to snack on.

    There is very little attractiveness as far as Return on Investment is concerned to new or potential foreign investors to grow the Bajan economy. The traditional business channels of import and distribution are almost dried up with a contracting consumer based economy (shrinking GDP) and rising unemployment.
    There is only one kind of business with a bright horizon and that is the illegal drug trade and its concomitant underground or ‘black’ market where government’s taxation tentacles hardly reach.

    Future growth is highly unlikely in the highly competitive tourism business as Barbados refuses to get its act together as far offering value for money in a clean as hospitable environment.

    Do you really feel that with the spreading fears of communicable diseases like Ebola and other caused by mosquito borne viruses people would be keen to come to a country littered all over with garbage and filth on the streets?
    Do you really feel smart Canadians and Brits would want to spend hard-earned money in a once proud country whose landscape is now overrun with bush and ‘adorned’ with abandoned vehicles and dilapidated buildings housing all kinds of vermin including some of the drugged-up human species when their very health and lives could be in serious danger?
    Which tourist in their right mind would want to or feel safe walking the alleys and back streets of ye ole Bridgetown with its perfumed atmosphere infused with the hotly irresistible fragrance brand “Bajan P & S”.

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  38. Sunshine Sunny Shine October 25, 2014 at 1:11 AM #

    Anyone who think the BLP are creditable would got to be real real idiots. They are crooks, vagabonds, and downright deceivers. They have been that way for years. George Payne under Owen Arthur gain significantly in their deals. George Payne is nasty SOB, and so is Motley but at least when they thieving they show Barbadians that they are willing to spend as well. too. Would I want a Motley to lead me,,,hell No but she is better alternative than that silent clown who is Prime Minister. IF speaking pretty is all that we need for Prime Minister hell lets vote Motley – Nasty or haughty Go with Motley, IF YOU WANT SLOW AND OH NOO FRUENDEL IS THE WAY GO

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  39. Dompey October 25, 2014 at 5:58 AM #

    Miller, are you serious about Brists wanting to spend money in Barbados? The Brits and the East Indians are two of the most frugal people on God’s green earth. One would have to pry open the hands of a Bristish man to get him to spend a red cent in Barbados. I ought to know because my uncle once lived in England and in his case, you would have had to break both of his wrist to pry a dollar from the cheap bastard hands.

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  40. ac October 25, 2014 at 6:19 AM #

    THE BLP PARTY NEEDS TO BE QUARANTINE <IT IS SUFFERING FROM A DEADLY VIRUS OF LIES! DECEIT! and FRAUD WITH A HEMORRHAGIC FEVER WORST THAN THAT THE EBOLA VIRUS. TIME TO CALL THE HAZMAT CREW

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  41. Dompey October 25, 2014 at 6:32 AM #

    MILLER

    Now, if you want to talk about people who really spend money in Barbados, you ought to spoken of the generous American. I remember as a kids the school would ask us to sponsor walk to raise money for certain events, and my friends and myself used to go to the Hilton Hill on Bay Street to asked the tourists there to sponsor us. And the American tourists at the Hilton during those years would give us five dollar and even ten dollars on some occasions. But here come the cheap British who would give my friend and I, ten cent and no more than a twenty five cent piece. And that memory stayed imprinted on my mind to this very day.

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  42. David October 25, 2014 at 7:32 AM #

    @DeeWord

    Your comment suggest we should place these mere mortals who select a career path which leads to politics on a pedestal? They are mere men, like you.

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  43. millertheanunnaki October 25, 2014 at 7:41 AM #

    Dompey | October 25, 2014 at 5:58 AM |
    “Miller, are you serious about Brists wanting to spend money in Barbados? The Brits and the East Indians are two of the most frugal people on God’s green earth. One would have to pry open the hands of a Bristish man to get him to spend a red cent in Barbados”

    Giddy up, Dompey the donkey, are you for real? Given what you have just said not even Balaam would want to own you as his ass.

    I was going to leave you to Adrian Loveridge but remembered he does not ‘do’ jackasses.
    What are you, the Jack o’ Lantern on BU, telling us here? That Barbados tourism can survive without the British visitors and their money?
    Well tell that to the thousands of Bajans who depend on the arrival of BA and Virgin Atlantic and the numerous charters and luxury yachts that arrive in Barbados.

    Which nationality do you think make up the largest number on the guest lists of Sandy Lane and other upscale hotels.
    Who do you think own most of the condominiums and private homes owned by expatriates; without even mentioning the British returning nationals who contribute significantly to the economic expansion of Barbados?

    Which market do you think attract the most interest by developers trying to sell real estate and properties? Whom do you think the likes of Four Seasons and the Merricks projects were earmarked for? People like you living in the project and hoods of the inner cities of the USA?

    Next time you are in Bim take a trip to the Oistins Bay Gardens or the numerous rum shops and restaurants around Barbados and try to decipher the accents of the so-called pale skin people patronizing those establishments.

    Now STFU and understand that the majority of people of East Indian descent are themselves Muslims. The same people who are your best friends and big spenders.

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  44. David October 25, 2014 at 8:01 AM #

    Opposition politics is a rambunctious affair at times however it seems this time around MAM will have her hands full. For the moment OSA is consumed battling the Big D so there is a reprieve on that front.

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  45. millertheanunnaki October 25, 2014 at 8:18 AM #

    @ David | October 25, 2014 at 8:01 AM |

    What does the D stand for? The Demons inside?
    It cannot be his political Death because his funeral took place a few months ago when the Dragon was slain by his own sword in hara-kiri style.

    The BLP is now centered around MAM (for the time being).
    Neither Pain nor Kerrie nor any of OSA’s old henchmen can change that.
    Next move from above is to arrange an early by(e)-election (or should that be general), Bingo!

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  46. David October 25, 2014 at 8:23 AM #

    @Miller

    It is no secret what is ailing OSA.

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  47. Fractured BLP October 25, 2014 at 8:58 AM #

    The current dire plight inflicting George Payne, Edmund Hinkson and the BLP…must be laid squarely at the feet of those 2 political CHARLATANS namely: Miller and Prodigal.
    For the past 6 years they have promoting the BLP as a party of honourable men and women!

    That was until OSA told the world that the

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  48. Fractured BLP October 25, 2014 at 9:00 AM #

    The BLP has lost its soul.

    It is worst than the Ebola!!

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  49. millertheanunnaki October 25, 2014 at 9:27 AM #

    @ Fractured BLP | October 25, 2014 at 9:00 AM |

    Now who has lost his ‘sole’?
    ‘The sweetness of revenge can sometimes be the bitter medicine that poisons your soul’.
    PS: Don’t try to look it up. It’s straight from the miller’s truthful tongue.
    But here is one you can look up:
    “Men are not punished for their sins, but by them.”

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  50. Mia Fired For A Second Time October 25, 2014 at 9:33 AM #

    The Down Fall Of Mottley. It Will Happen

    The case has been made as to exactly why Mottley is unfit to lead anything furthermore a respectable political party, simply put she is a crook and a criminal, in all of this no mention has been made about her role along with Dottin in wiretapping the conversations of private citizens, she is deserving of time at Dodds not in the parliament of Barbados.
    The action Payne vs Hinkson will make its way all the way to the High Courts of the island and it will be heard there, there is no reason for it not to go there and it will get there.
    The final outcome will be the next eruption within the leadership structure of the BLP which will see Mottley”s removal from the office of the Leader Of The Opposition, these charges against her are quite telling but so to the ones of her inappropriate activities in relation to her involvement with Four Seasons along with the other scum bag PERSAUD both of which should face criminal charges for deception and fraud and criminal conduct.
    The ones against Mottley for Leadership of the BLP are stronger more wise AND MAKING SENSIBLE CONTRIBUTIONS TO DEBATES AS OPPOSED TO THE WEAKLINGS that lend their support to her cause, when the next round of voting takes place she will be evicted from that office and another leader will evolve, you may even see Arthur return to the opposition benches which would be great for the BLP benches, as they have no one to speak on Economic matters under this present configuration and they are bare in this department with his separation caused by the Mottley Lack of Leadership. Crabs in the bucket question is who crawls out the Leader and who gets their claws ripped off and who is left to die ?

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  51. Dee Word October 25, 2014 at 9:34 AM #

    @David: Help me here brother, you said ” Your comment suggest we should place these mere mortals who select a career path which leads to politics on a pedestal? They are mere men, like you.”

    Not sure which comments to which you refer so please advise.

    But, if in some way that was the inference given, then good sir I need to reflect on my writing style and intent because in the context of the politics discussed here there is nothing worthy of elevation to a pedestal.

    In general yes, there are many worthy of pedestals but that is based only on the great things (enacting life changing legislation and making critical decisions to lead a nation to glory) they achieved during their tenure.

    But on the flip side of that, if your blog was in place 30, 40, 50 years ago I am sure you would have exposed the great Sir Grantley, the even greater ‘Sir’ Errrol and definitely the suave John, Jeffrey (Tom) and the others in matters not too decent.

    What of talk of homosexuality, drugs, infidelity and murder in high places, back then.

    The current crop like the astute Owen and even my school-age contemporary David would have suffered to, I have no doubt.

    MAM is obviously an outlier of the ilk that is hard to properly categorize. She falls into the Tom category for disgusting, non-head of state behavior but so many love her absolute intelligence and telegenic charm as they did his. I hope Bajans make the right choice about her to lead this country.

    As I said before, ” as soon as you step in that political ring you betta be able to bite in the clinch, hit below the belt and otherwise be a dirty street fighter.” That was to establish that politics by its nature is dirty and in effect politicians are the progenitors of that dirt.

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  52. Gabriel October 25, 2014 at 9:39 AM #

    Miller
    I have news for you.There is more in the mortar than the pestle insofar as the Hinkson/Payne court case is concerned.Factually,Payne said he’s going to have his day in court even if he is awarded a penny which he offers to donate to charity.This is not about the 2 combatants.It’s more a
    concern of leadership and the skeletons which will tumble out of the kitchen cupboard when things get hot,hot in the court room.Questions will be asked and answered and I know one gladiator only waiting to pounce with heavy fire upon the party concerned.Speak of the sword of Damocles.It will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.If that person can withstand the coming tsunami of facts,they should be on the way to martyrdom and deserving of the sought after role.As for me,I’m like Baffy. Voting with my feet until I see the constitutional changes which guarantee the peoples’ rights be respected and all that would entail.

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  53. millertheanunnaki October 25, 2014 at 10:04 AM #

    @ Gabriel | October 25, 2014 at 9:39 AM |
    “Factually,Payne said he’s going to have his day in court even if he is awarded a penny which he offers to donate to charity.This is not about the 2 combatants..”

    And to think that such a frivolous and vexatious case would be heard before the other many cases where ‘innocent’ people have been killed, wounded and robbed with the accused sitting in jail for years with their Constitutional rights to a speedy and fair trial being violated by the same courts with impunity.
    What a laugh, my friend, as your people conduct their version of monkey business of ‘black justice in a banana republic.

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  54. ac October 25, 2014 at 11:06 AM #

    LIARs!CROOKS!andFRAUDSTERS!
    FOR FOURTEEN YEARS. THIS VIRUS NEEDS TO BE REMOVED PERMANATELY FROM THE POLITICAL LANDSCAPE OF BARBADOS..TIME TO CALL THE HAZMAT CREW.

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  55. Hants October 26, 2014 at 4:28 PM #

    From our future PM MAM “WE HAVE been infested by political ticks sucking the lifeblood out of our people.”

    The operative word is sucking.

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  56. ac October 26, 2014 at 4:59 PM #

    she should know all bout political ticks she have experienced the fullness of their bite for many years and now as present as she speaks , they all come in many shapes and sizes, i think roland jones called them demon.

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  57. I only asking ???? October 26, 2014 at 7:00 PM #

    Hants up until here recently her operative word would have been BITING but I am glad she has toned it down to SUCKING lets hope all here BITING is a thing of the past.

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  58. watchman October 26, 2014 at 7:42 PM #

    @ I only asking / ac and your kind
    you all are just, REALY SICK

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  59. ac October 26, 2014 at 7:58 PM #

    watchman | October 26, 2014 at 7:42 PM

    @ I only asking / ac and your kind
    you all are just, REALY SICK

    ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………

    never thought of that but you do have a big bite on words ,,lol

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  60. watchman October 26, 2014 at 8:07 PM #

    @ AC
    You are a sick minded, what ever you are .

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  61. David October 26, 2014 at 8:09 PM #

    @watchman

    Try to discuss the topic and avoid attention seekers of the Melkind.

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  62. watchman October 26, 2014 at 8:20 PM #

    @ David
    Ok,thank you

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  63. ac October 26, 2014 at 8:38 PM #

    i meaning some clown call ac sick and why BECAUSE ac agree with mia comment about ticks AND bed BUGS sucking and biting at the politicial landscape , WeLL weLL weLL.

    here is my comment where did i infer any sick connotation of any sort, simply put i agree with mia comments. then this wacko retard watchman attacks my moral character, if there is any one being sick it was this lopsided self righteous mongrel jac.a,ss called watchman

    ac | October 26, 2014 at 4:59 PM |

    she should know all bout political ticks she have experienced the fullness of their bite for many years and now as present as she speaks , they all come in many shapes and sizes, i think roland jones called them demon.

    PS @ watchman f ,,u negro and that is sick and ac means that! no apologies

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  64. Sunshine Sunny Shine October 27, 2014 at 4:28 AM #

    Hahahaha I got to laugh. One single comment wrestle the feathers and the creature from the black lagoon raises its ugly head. What dignity; what non lowlife behaviour. Hahahahaahah.. WUH LAWDS BEATRICE NEWS GIRL.Ma belly ma back ma navel string dey crack..

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