David Comissiong

Bizzy Williams and the OLD COLONIAL SYSTEM

Submitted by DAVID COMISSIONG, President ,Clement Payne Movement
Bizzy Williams

Bizzy Williams

Our nation will be celebrating 50 years of “Independence” next year, but there is overwhelming evidence that crucial components of the “Old Colonial System” are still very much alive and well in today’s Barbados ! And one particularly odious remnant is that aspect of the “Old Colonial System” that traditionally permitted elite white Barbadian businessmen to be granted and to enjoy preferential business and commercial arrangements that allowed them to feed on the substance of the Barbadian state and the mass of predominantly black taxpayers and consumers.

The sad reality in today’s Barbados is that 49 years after achieving formal political Independence, the predominantly black Government of Barbados is still holding on to old colonial practices and granting amazingly preferential government contracts to elite white Barbadian businessmen– contracts that they would never dream of conferring upon black Barbadian businesspeople!

But if you doubt my assertion, then let us examine in detail one example of this disturbing phenomenon that is at the core of the current public controversy swirling around the Private Waste Haulers and the Ministry of the Environment.

Many Barbadians may not be aware of it, but at the centre of this controversy is a company known as “,.” (SBRC)– a company that is intimately associated with that well known white Barbadian businessman by the name of Bizzy Williams.

SBRC is a 7year old company that was established by Mr. Bizzy Williams and four other directors for the purpose of providing waste management services. And it is this company and the truly amazing contract granted to it by the current Democratic Labour Party (DLP) government that is at the heart of the Municipal Solid Waste Tax and Private Waste Haulers controversies that have so wracked Barbados in recent times.

The whole depressing story surrounding SBRC and its contract with the DLP Government can be gleaned from the SBRC file at Government’s “Corporate Affairs and Intellectual Property Office” (CAIPO) situated at Baobab Tower, Warrens, St. Michael. The file is a public file that any citizen is entitled to see upon paying a fee of $5.00. The Company number is 29864, and I would encourage everyone to go to CAIPO and read the file themselves.

The company file at CAIPO will reveal that Mr. Bizzy Williams registered SBRC as a company on the 24th of January 2008. And while this new company might have begun its life with some equipment, it initially had no land on which to carry out a national waste management function, nor the equipment required to set up and operate a national waste management facility. In effect, it was a new start-up company that had to be fitted out.

Furthermore, SBRC had been established in a Barbados in which the task of waste management and disposal had long been a public function entrusted to the Sanitation Service Authority– a statutory corporation that Government created in 1975 and mandated to “provide and maintain suitable places, buildings and appliances for the deposit, disposal or destruction of refuse.”

As all Barbadians are aware, the SSA had long operated a Landfill at Mangrove, St. Thomas, as well as a nearby Depot at Vaucluse, St. Thomas, and both the SSA and private waste haulers deposited refuse at the Mangrove Landfill free of any charge to the vehicles transporting the waste.

It is against this background that SBRC entered the national picture! And the rest of the story– as gleaned from the CAIPO file– is as follows:-

(1) On 11th June 2009, the Government of Barbados (acting through the Ministry of the Environment) entered into a so-called “Take or Pay” contract with this start-up company, by virtue of which Government undertook to lease SBRC some 35 acres of the Vaucluse property on which the SSA depot was located for a 20 year period; SBRC, in turn, undertook to “design, construct and operate” a waste management facility on the said 35 acres of land; and, to seal the deal, Government entered into a legally binding obligation to provide SBRC with a minimum of 360,000 tons of waste to be “managed” each year at a fee of $65 per ton, thereby guaranteeing that Government would pay SBRC a minimum of $22.6 MILLION every year!

(2) SBRC then took this wonderfully privileged “Take or Pay” contract to the First Caribbean International Bank (Barbados) Limited (CIBC), and, on the basis of its wonderful guarantee of future Government payments of at least $22.6 MILLION per year, convinced CIBC to give them a loan of $55 MILLION !

(3) Subsequently, on the 30th of July 2010, SBRC entered into a Debenture/Mortgage with CIBC under which CIBC loaned SBRC the said $55MILLION for the purpose of “providing financing for the purchase of equipment to operate a solid waste transfer facility (on the said 35 acres of land at Vaucluse) under a 20 year Take or Pay contract with the Government of Barbados”, as well as for assisting in financing an existing short term debt.

(4) And the “security” accepted by CIBC for this massive loan of $55MILLION was as follows:-

(a) a promise by SBRC that when– in the future– it received from Government its 20 year lease of the 35 acres at Vaucluse it would execute a Mortgage of the lease in favour of CIBC;

(b) a debenture over a quantity of stationary equipment, mobile equipment and computer equipment owned by SBRC; and

© an assignment by SBRC to CIBC of the revenues or monies payable by Government under the Take or Pay contract– such assignment to last until the $55 Million debt is repaid.

Now, the questions that I would like to pose to all Barbadians are these:- “Which black Barbadian business-person would ever be given a Government contract that entitles them to a guaranteed taxpayer funded payment of $22.6Million every year for 20 years? Furthermore, which black Barbadian business-person would be given such a contract in circumstances in which their business enterprise is not even established yet? And which black Barbadian business-person would ever find themselves in a position where– on the basis of a Government contract– they could secure $55 Million in funding from a bank to establish the very enterprise on which the said Government contract is premised?”

While my white, black and mixed race Barbadian brothers and sisters contemplate these questions, permit me to finish the sorry story:-

(1) After SBRC finally established its waste management or transfer facility at Vaucluse, the DLP Government (acting through the SSA/Ministry of Environment) prohibited private waste haulers from delivering waste to the Mangrove Landfill and directed them to the SBRC facility instead.

(2) And then in August 2013 Government announced plans to create a new so-called “Municipal Solid Waste Tax” to “pay for the costs of solid waste disposal”. This draconian tax was initially imposed on all Barbadian householders– no matter how impoverished they might have been ! The tax was designed to rake in $51 Million a year, and the rationale given was that the money was required by Government to pay SBRC!

(3) As a result of the popular protests led by Mr. Bobby Clarke and Ms Mia Mottley in the year 2014 the DLP Government ultimately determined that the Tax was too unpopular and that it had to be cancelled!

(4) It was against this background that the DLP Administration came up with the new ploy of requiring private waste haulers not only to take their waste to the SBRC facility, but to pay a new fee of $25 per ton of waste!

This is truly an “Old Colonial” story, the tragic outcome of which is likely to be :-

 

. the destruction of the business enterprises of many of the small private waste haulers;

. the imposition of additional taxes or fees on ordinary Barbadians for the purpose of paying SBRC; and

. the bestowing upon Mr. Bizzy Williams and his collaborators of a wonderfully successful business enterprise that will continue to bear guaranteed taxpayer funded fruit for many years to come!

Fellow citizens, this is not right! The “Old Colonial System” continues to choke us and to subvert the positive advances that we have made as a nation over the past 49 years. The purpose of this article is to expose the continued existence of aspects of the “Old Colonial System” and to urge all well meaning and patriotic Barbadians to demand their total abolition! Let us all operate on a level playing-field, and let the public purse not be treated as anybody’s cash-cow!

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184 Comments on “Bizzy Williams and the OLD COLONIAL SYSTEM”

  1. ac June 3, 2016 at 9:06 PM #

    check self first look wunna if the trio left bubbdus tomorow and set up busines in another island like ST; Luciia any bets that there are no black owned companies already in a state of preparation to replace the trio Well of course the reality is that once the trio pull up stumps the govt would have to rely on outside companies to come in to replace them since none of us are able and ready to carry on the task in a comparable manner

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  2. Colonel Buggy June 3, 2016 at 9:10 PM #

    @WW&C
    Sure the others in the Caribbean are reading these blogs and waiting. The opposition and people of Dominica are up in arms over the awarding of a contract to the “Bajan construction firm NSG ,to build roads and bridges in Dominica.
    NSG is a British company which had a subsidiary in Barbados during the’70’s and the ’80’s,and was managed by a black Barbadian. It dealt mainly with truck and machinery parts.Subsequently it was managed by ex-pats, was located in one of Bizzy Williams buildings, and I cannot recall ever hearing NSG constructing a road, bridge or a building in Barbados. Securing a contract in Dominica, may very well end up seeing COW as the sub-contractor.

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  3. Colonel Buggy June 3, 2016 at 9:22 PM #

    Pickup and go to St Lucia what? Why do you think that Haloutte is not interested in expanding Chefette outside of Barbados?. To many, Barbados is the ultimate El Dorado.The streets and fields and hills are paved with gold,where our politicians,and many of our people ,are the labourers in the mines.

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  4. Well Well & Consequences June 3, 2016 at 9:31 PM #

    AC..Cow was chased out of St. Lucia, ya think anybody would want Bixxy, Maloney or Bjerkham there knowing that they are parasutes…only bajans like parasites.

    Colonel…they get people to front for them or subcontract out the work, flying by the seat of their pants, not sure if it was you told us about Bjerkham getting a marine engineer contract from Barbados government…and everyone knows he is no damn marine engineer, so he subcontracted out toTrinidadians, making sure the bajan taxpayers get robbed…twice, they should kick them out of Dominica…Cow and Bizzy are damaged goods, so they have to use front men.

    They are famous for saying nasty things about black people, both the William’s brothers, Bjerkham and Tempro…foreign whites find their behavior and practices toward blacks on the island, very nasty, offensive and distasteful…but blacks accept that nasty behavior. ..

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  5. ac June 3, 2016 at 9:36 PM #

    still my question if the trio leaves are there any barbadians in a state of preparedness to replace them enough of the hogwash reality is a sob deal with it

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  6. Well Well & Consequences June 3, 2016 at 9:38 PM #

    Colonel…AC is retarded as you will see more and more, she is of the slave stock that has no vision, no self worth and no independent spirit,,..the slave stock that would starve if a lighter skin person is not around to tell them what to do or steal from them…the slave stock that is enveloped in their inferiority complex. ..a shame that education was wasted on such imbeciles..I thought that bloodline of slave had died out in the 18th century, but it appears many of them can be found yardfowling for politicians…a waste of oxygen.

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  7. de pedantic Dribbler June 3, 2016 at 9:43 PM #

    @Pieces, you are an eminently logical fellow but above you have wrapped into a confounding argument. My reference to COW ‘s lawsuit and Barrack’s legal wrangle were not specifics to denounce your concept of legal challenges. On the contrary.

    I led directly into your position by showing the clear irony that the first law-suit of the type you proposed was in fact brought by a White challenger against a contract given to a Black businessman. Eons ago now. If you can’t see the absolute laughable irony of that matter and in 2016 eons later you are suggesting an explosion of legal activism then you got me perplexed. Did Williams not clearly show the availability of that path??

    You speak of the nonsensical polemics but then you wage into a similar stream of polemics to sell sand to an Arabian in the Sahara…telling a lawyer to sue is sand in the Sahara!

    But let’s be clear. I agree with you completely that all roads must be used to resolve these untenable governance issues.

    Legal recourse has always been an option.

    There is a benefit of social media which is not brought into effect enough. The ready access to information MUST inform our debates better than some folks noisy, vapid rants. What were the precedents of that COW case for example?

    So yes you are absolutely right that bringing legal challenges would shine a bright spotlight on the entire contract and governance process. That is clear. But it also clear to me that hungry lawyers out there cannot be so stupid to miss viable opportunities for income generation/greater name recognition from viable cases.

    The legal eagles in BIM are not waiting on you or anyone else to recommend case briefs. Remember ever RFQ states clearly that the acceptance need not be based on lowest submission and so on.

    Just stating what should be obvious senor.

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  8. Well Well & Consequences June 3, 2016 at 9:44 PM #

    AC…you should be asking the politicians that…instead of taking bribes from the trio, which is not part of their job description, as government ministers…they were supposed to make sure that there are a ready group of contractors and garbage haulers always on hand to do the taxpayer’s work via contracts..that is their job description. .not taking bribes from a quartet firv30 years.. it’s not my job to know what you are sdking, you pimp behind politicians so much you should know the answer.

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  9. de pedantic Dribbler June 3, 2016 at 9:46 PM #

    Mr Blogmaster, what is preventing my prior posts from being published? The last one – better edited – just recently has been rejected as the other two.

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  10. Bush Tea June 3, 2016 at 9:53 PM #

    @ Dribbler
    Looks like David has installed a new ‘shiite-filter’ 🙂
    ha ha ha
    Murdaah!!!!

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  11. de pedantic Dribbler June 3, 2016 at 9:58 PM #

    That sir would not be a problem. Just a strange type of ‘shiite-filter’. My comments on BU are mere asides to the other sterling stuff.

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  12. ac June 3, 2016 at 10:03 PM #

    listen WWC enough of your hogwash next u would be saying that govt should be running private business . u so full of shite most of the time your rants and rave are out of touch with reality read you silly last simplistic comment as an answer to my asking where is the necessary man power in barbados to run a business comparable to the trio and you give me some shite talk about govt buying trucks steupsee

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  13. Bush Tea June 3, 2016 at 10:10 PM #

    LOL
    Don’t be modest now Dribbles….in that regard you are an elephant on the blog….

    Bushie has been largely on shutdown for some time now, ….not due to the ‘filter’, but because so many bloggers seem to be packing whackers of late that the 4-stroke has been sent to the shop for overhaul….

    You therefore have some leeway to do your stuff…for the time being… LOL

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  14. Well Well & Consequences June 3, 2016 at 10:28 PM #

    AC…all real governments have government contracts to do the people’s. You probably got the word simplistic from that ass Dumbville Inniss..however, the people’s work has to be done, whether there are roads to be built, hospitals to be built, housing to be built etc…now if the government is not taking bribes for over 30 years from them same trio or quartet of crooks…they would have a list of contractors, maybe 10, to share contracts for building projects, either simultaneously or periodically, staggering the contracts, that is called fair and balanced sharing of taxpayer funded contracts….something corrupt politicians taking bribes from the same trio or quartet of crooks for 30 years…would know nothing about….the effect of that is, other contractors were put out of business, got business elsewhere. ..while the corruption flourished in Barbados…that’s why a yardfowl has to ask a blogger that question.

    The politicians in Barbados are too corrupt and backward…tell that to your useless masters, it’s not brain surgery.

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  15. de pedantic Dribbler June 3, 2016 at 10:38 PM #

    No stuff to do here really. Just awed at the actions of my fellow bloggers and in particular Mr Grenville Phillips. That gentleman is a gem in every regard.

    He has achieved much in his life so one must carefully weigh criticism of his plans. Yet, it is absolutely mind-boggling to hear such a talented man offer such simple options as national solitions.

    I had to laugh when your buddy @Pieces said: “As for me and my household Grenville you are woefully not ready, and I shall seek another.”

    Grenville was probably born ready, as we Bajans would say, but from day one of his Solutions it was midday Bajan sun pellucid that he was not ready to be a politician.

    So I had to laugh heartily…

    @Pieces, Grenviille is ready bro: Ready as an engineer, as an author, as a teacher, as Shepherd for the Lord, as a father and so much more…none of his excellent attributes have anything to do with political leadership. NONE.

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  16. David June 3, 2016 at 10:39 PM #

    @Pedantic

    Not sure why your comments going to Spam, it must be a word giving WordPress filter issues. Removed one comment, do you have more?

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  17. de pedantic Dribbler June 3, 2016 at 10:46 PM #

    They were the same basically. But the last one was the one to be published if any will be.

    But how yah cud come and say “Not sure why your comments going to Spam”. Bushie already say I just talking a load of doo-doo anyhow, and now WordPress dun convict me.

    Cut me some slack, Mr Blogmaster. Oh lawd! LOLL

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  18. Well Well & Consequences June 4, 2016 at 5:59 AM #

    http://www.barbadostoday.bb/2016/06/04/mark-my-word/

    Ha-ha…Fruendel is leading us to believe that he is not corrupt as the other government ministers whom he presides over, but we shall see uf this is only election talk.

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  19. pieceuhderockyeahright June 4, 2016 at 7:27 AM #

    @ De Word aka Pedantic

    I can attest to the fact that WordPress is temperamental and there are oddities that even the most accomplished user will encounter that might seem to bloggers to be a censorship but it is not. DO NOT USE MORE THAN 2LINKS IN A SUBMISSION it does not like that.

    Churchill and many before and after him will be men birthed for war, NOT PEACE

    You give this sterling endorsement of Grenville but here is the thing, I have seen his submissions and they are simple bordering on simplistic, I am sorry.

    Some of the major recommendations cannot stand up in the light of day dem like a snow cone, form without substance.

    Let me show you one classic one which I did not even worry to examine any more cause it was cretinous.

    It dealt with the appointment/establishment of all these boards and corporations.

    His solution is to disband the said parasitic structures and vest that power in Permanent Secretaries!!!

    You understand that paucity of reasoning?

    The very embodiment of incompetence and ineptitude that is the incarnation of political largesse and cronyism is being relied on as the buttress of our governance structure

    The problem with fellows like Grenville is that they can’t extrapolate too far beyond ground zero, their ability to build out a solution is congealed around the status quo so his idea of optimizing a car is a different colored 4 wheel car, same doo doo but like the emperor s clothes we going with that.

    This is not remedial civics, if our asses don’t get this right this time around, De Word, de cuntry is ef fed up.

    I hope I getting through to you

    My father was an engineer, my mother an educator, none were like her in her worship and adulation of the Lord, they were both good parents, the best I know, and good citizens and like your Grenville they were incapable of being politicians to lead this cuntry

    Fullstop

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  20. Money Brain June 4, 2016 at 7:33 AM #

    Interesting that I ran in to an HC fella yesterday that introduced me to his lady by saying I was a cousin to a good friend who they fratenise with. As I keep telling wunna there are Whites with black friends in Bim, dont paint evahbody de same way.

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  21. Money Brain June 4, 2016 at 7:39 AM #

    RIP The Louisville Lip. Ali the Great has gone to meet his maker, the only one who could shut him up and keep him down!

    I would give much to see Ali versus Tyson in their respective primes. Ali would definitely need to “loosen the ropes” as Tyson was a typhoon.

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  22. de pedantic Dribbler June 4, 2016 at 7:43 AM #

    But Pieces, that is why I was so perplexed. I had not one link (internet) in the post. Actually it was a response to one of your earlier posts re COW and thing. So maybe those where the two links – your sterling stuff and COW’s litigious propensity- that WordPress found objectionable. LOLL.

    Maybe I will try and post one more time.

    You and I are on the SAME page re the wondrous Grenville. Please note that my sterling and honestly offered commendations does NOT, repeat DOES NOT, refer to his political actions.

    I described his original presentation as a school civics paper at the time and was vilified for it. So I realized that he and his admirers were not real or objective on the political front. So since then I have examined his political offerings with the level of seriousness he gives it: a passing glance at the Cawmere level civic paper project.

    But the man is absolutely first class from all that I have seen over the years.

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  23. David June 4, 2016 at 8:33 AM #

    @Dee Word

    All of your comments were released.

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  24. de pedantic Dribbler June 4, 2016 at 8:50 AM #

    @David, not a problem. Delete all.

    It’s like that missed connection when you and the lovely girl in the club have a moment; den the music stops and electricity goes out…when things return to normal the connection and the lady are lost.

    In sum it wasn’t a big deal in the first place.

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  25. Bush Tea June 4, 2016 at 8:53 AM #

    @ Dribbler
    It is quite amazing how you find it so easy to accommodate to the rules of the albino-centric system under which you live, but have such major concerns that Grenville does not offer what you consider to be ideal proposals for change in Barbados.

    No doubt you will agree that there is no known reason why Grenville should not have his OWN ideas of what political change is needed and how it can be achieved. You will probably also agree that, given that YOU are not in the least interested in coming to represent YOUR own excellent political recipe for our salvation, ……nor apparently is anyone else, we can only be APPRECIATIVE of Grenville’s efforts ….and see them as a REFRESHING starting position with which we can join and bring collective wisdom to bear on the future of our country.

    The problem with people like you is that, knowing that you have NO INTEREST in making any contributions to the needed change, you really want that someone comes along – armed with YOUR recipe, and put things in place conveniently for your living pleasure.

    IT DOES NOT WORK LIKE THAT.

    We all eventually get exactly what we deserve. If you intend to put nothing in but talk, you should expect to get nothing out but rhetoric.

    Grenville should be embraced, positively critiqued, and joined with additional points of view, in seeking to move the country forward….. until better overall options are presented.

    Your “my way or the highway” attitude is particularly distasteful given your ongoing apologetic defence of albino-centricity, and of our need (in your view) to learn to adjust to its rules….

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  26. Bush Tea June 4, 2016 at 8:55 AM #

    @ Dribbler 8:53 AM
    Are you telling David to…..Flush it?
    ha ha ha ha
    LOL

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  27. Well Well & Consequences June 4, 2016 at 9:11 AM #

    The inherent mindlessness of the 2016 slave. Full stop.

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  28. de pedantic Dribbler June 4, 2016 at 9:38 AM #

    oh lawd David, I didn’t realize when you said released that you posted them ALL. There were the same thing edited more succinctly each time. For all practical purposes please DELETE the first two…three posts of the same diatribe is absolutely not cool!!!!

    As I said my hot moment had long passed….

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  29. Money Brain June 4, 2016 at 9:48 AM #

    Bushy , been in Tanzania for the last few days and touring villages where the WitchDoctors relish the use of Albinos for their portions and although I volunteered for liquidation they have all told me that I am not an Albino. Regret bursting your bubble about dat tho! lol

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  30. de pedantic Dribbler June 4, 2016 at 10:09 AM #

    Mr Bush Tea, surely your whacker , now back to work, needs a good servicing before you get it back to full service. It’s sputtering in one-stroke mode.

    I have discounted Grenville’s proposal based simply on their lack of realism.

    As you point out I absolutely do not see myself as a viable representative but that does not mean that I am suggesting a “my way or the highway attitude”. On what basis is that presumption made???

    Are millions of others who disagree with another view demanding that THEIR prescriptions must be followed?.

    Grenville as others have noted is not ready as a serious political operator.

    He has free will to offer whatever he wants to the Bajan public. We all have the free will to accept or reject.

    If you find his recommendations viable and possible then please proceed.

    Don’t crucify me because I find them simplistic and not workable.

    This is really not worth the debate.

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  31. Bush Tea June 4, 2016 at 10:48 AM #

    @ Money B
    Interesting to see that you have so much more faith in Tanzanian witch doctors than you do in Bushie – who has won Hants’ endorsement for ‘knowing things’….🙂
    Don’t forget that their fore-parents allowed yours to come and completely mess up and rape that continent.
    Bushie will err on the side of ignoring the witch doctors’ prognosis…. LOL

    @ Dribbler
    The whacker was not needed for that basic point. While you may find Grenville’s approach ‘simplistic’, you surely understand that the term ‘simplistic’ may also be applicable to Bushie’s assessment of your concept of what a ‘viable’ political approach should be.

    Considering that for the last hundred years or so, your suggested ‘viable and practical’ approach to winning votes (and hence political power) has produced unending streams of despotic idiots for leaders, one MUST class as ‘simplistic’, the notion that doing more of the same is likely to produce different results.

    In that regard alone, Grenville’s DIFFERENT approach is to be respected.

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  32. de pedantic Dribbler June 4, 2016 at 12:05 PM #

    Bush Tea DIFFERENT can be a good thing. Not being ready is fundamentally displaying a lack of competence (in that particular area).

    Grenville’s different ideas can be respected. He has the best intentions. But this is not a school class project where you get 50% of the grade for the research and preparation. .

    Let me be brief. @Pieces highlighted simplicity or ‘paucity’ of reason above as well.

    As you speak often of Combermere and that’s his alma mater let’s go into the paper archives to cap this concept of DIFFERENT, NOT BEING READY and COMPETENCE.

    –1. Competent administrators determined that coed was to be implemented. That was a DIFFERENT perspective on education. The merits of which is not at debate here.

    —2. Coed started. Then … folks started to build the facilities girls needed for their own nicely organized bath-rooms wid special options. That was incompetence, paucity of reasoning and not being ready.

    Had nothing to do with whether coed was good or not!

    Same with Grenville. Great difference maker. Change is definitely needed. But he is politically naive and lacks the political competence to effectuate successfully.

    Not ready…:

    … ” To improve the effectiveness of Permanent Secretaries, all Permanent Secretaries and their Deputies will be trained in Project Management.”

    My leader is advising that teaching project management is a first and foremost change to improve our governance. And you find that to be the context of a difference maker in our political life. Oh lawd!

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  33. Violet C Beckles June 6, 2016 at 12:34 AM #

    HOW CAN IT BE AN OLD SYSTEM IF IT NEVER STOPPED ?

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  34. greenmule June 12, 2016 at 6:42 PM #

    Most Barbadian are lost sheep dedicated to the preservation & maintainance of the old colonial system / white privilege/ white supremacy.
    Despite advances in knowledge with respect to the origins of mankind & human pigmentation, our people remain lost in the wilderness.
    Since the onset of the transatlantic slave trade , African people in Barbados & the Americas were
    forced to worship a white/Albino God. Caucasian have falsified history & made all people of historical significance white in an effort to make themselves the ” New Normals”.

    We live on a planet which is constantly exposed to UV radiation from the Sun . UV light can damage the skin, producing burns, premature skin aging, wrinkling, mutations, and skin cancer. The sun would kill every one of us if we had no protection. Thankfully, God provided our skin with millions of miniature umbrellas, filled with melanin, to guard our bodies from the sun’s most deadly ultraviolet rays.
    Melanin is produced in specialised cells called melanocytes & then packaged into tiny granules, called melanosomes, ready for shipment to cells in the epidermis (epidermal cells).
    Once inside the epidermal cells, the melanosomes are arranged into dark “caps,” or umbrellas, over the cell’s nucleus . These caps protect the nuclei from harmful ultraviolet light, especially when the cells divide.

    Origin of white Skin:
    The gene SLC24A5 turns out to be critical for the production of melanin.
    100 percent of Europeans have a mutation in SLC24A5 that impairs the function of melanin.

    There is a very high incidence of hereditary whiteness among those who received two mutated copies of gene SLC24A5. In fact, approximately ten percent of all humans on earth carry this mutation–the entire white race, to be exact. 
    Those with the gene interbred constantly so that it spread throughout whole families, then communities, then nations and then all of northern Europe. It then jumped to the North American continent with the Europeans who left Europe to settle here.
    Recently ,mutations of SLC24A5 gene was found to be linked with albinism.
    Oculataneous Albinism type 6 (OCA6 )was first described by Wei Li’s lab in a Chinese family and is associated with mutations in the SLC24A5 gene.
    Researcher recently identified a homozygous mutation of SLC24A5 (OCA6) in two persons with oculocutaneous albinism type 6 from French Guiana.

    Other trait celebrated by Caucasians such as blue eyes ,blonde & red hair are due to mutations that lead to reduced melanin in the iris & hair follicles. These traits are also associated with albinism.

    In humans, the pigmentation of the iris varies from light brown to black, depending on the concentration of melanin in the iris . The appearance of blue and green, as well as hazel eyes, results from the scattering of light in the iris stroma.There is no green / blue pigment in the eye.
    A new study shows that a mutation in the regulatory region of the Oculocutaneous Albinism type (OCA2 ) gene & causes decreased production of melanin in the iris , leading to blue eyes.

    Scientific studies show light-colored eyes( Gray, green & blue eyes ) have less pigment(melanin) to protect them the from UV & light energy. Light-eyed people have a greater risk for macular degeneration & melanoma of the uvea, the middle layer of the eye, than their dark-eyed peers.

    Blonde hair & red hair are also due to mutations that reduce the amount of melanin in the hair follicle.
    Scientist found that people who carry the gene mutation that produces redhair (MC1R-RHC) are at increased risk of skin cancer even if they don’t spend time in the Sun.

    European/Caucasian/ White people are albino derived people.
    The subject matter of Albinism has come to require so much attention because Europeans are the Albinos of India’s indigenous Dravidians, who split from India and went into Central Asia many thousands of years ago. But Europeans steadfastly refuse to admit this, even though this obvious conclusion is supported by simple observation – They look exactly alike – except for skin color, and modern Dravidian Albinos are indistinguishable from Europeans. Combine that with the genetic data, and there is no doubt that they are the same people.

    Stop promoting & maintaining white supremacy.

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