Minister Richard Sealy Should SHUT UP on the HYATT ISSUE

Submitted by DAVID  COMISSIONG, President, Clement Payne Movement
Richard Sealy - Minister of Tourism

Richard Sealy – Minister of Tourism

Minister of Tourism Richard Sealy would be well advised to keep his mouth shut on the issue of the application by Visions Development Inc. (Mr. Mark Maloney’s company) to construct a 15 storey Hyatt hotel on Browne’s Beach.

The Law of Barbados — as spelt out in the Town and Country Planning Act and in various Orders made under that Act — stipulates that the Application in question has to be dealt with by the Minister responsible for Town and Country Planning (the Prime Minister), and that it has to be subjected to an objective and impartial processing procedure that must take into account the provisions of the country’s Physical Development Plan and “other material considerations”.

Furthermore, the existing Town and Country Planning  policies and regulations establish that an Application of this nature also has to be subjected to an “Environmental Impact Assessment” exercise, inclusive of a Public Meeting with persons who reside within the vicinity of the proposed project.

It is only AFTER all of these processes have been completed that the Prime Minister would be in a position to conclude his processing of the Application and  to make a reasoned and informed decision.

It is therefore highly irregular and improper for Mr. Sealy, a senior Minister in Mr. Stuart’s Administration, to be “shooting off his mouth” and speaking out of turn by publicly declaring that Mr Maloney’s company will be given permission to construct the hotel in question.

If the procedure that is being applied to the processing of the Application is an independent and impartial one, and if this procedure is still on-going, then how could Mr Sealy be in a position to assert that Maloney’s company will get the permission?

Mr. Sealy’s public pronouncements are only serving to cast doubt on the independence, objectiveness and impartiality of the manner in which the processing of this Application by Mr. Maloney’s company is being conducted.

And if— at some point in the future — this matter becomes the subject of a Judicial Review application in the Supreme Court of Barbados, Mr. Sealy could rest assured that his out-of-turn public pronouncements and the doubt that they cast on the impartiality and legitimacy of the process applied to Maloney’s Application, will feature prominently.

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57 Comments on “Minister Richard Sealy Should SHUT UP on the HYATT ISSUE”

  1. David December 18, 2016 at 1:38 PM #

    Will the actors in this Cabinet ever learn?

    Surely Sealy should have gleaned something from the biometrics matter? Barbadians are waking up and for sure Comissiong is fully awake.

    By the way minister Richard Sealy did your engineering company consult on the South Coast Sewage project all those years ago?

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  2. Vincent Haynes December 18, 2016 at 1:42 PM #

    Tourism development should cease and let the island start concentrating on niche areas for forex

    Tourism will not die as Airbnb type operations will more than fill the gap as well as helping joe public to earn from this area and a major spill off of this will be the keen interest the average citizen will pay on keeping his surroundings clean and tidy in order not to hurt his source of income.

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  3. mitchlans December 18, 2016 at 1:49 PM #

    Mr Sealy should just shut up period. All he ever has to offer are wildly exaggerated figures for tourism which will no doubt soon include passengers in aircraft passing over Barbadian airspace and sea craft passing within the 3 mile limits. His self satisfied pronouncements are irritating in the extreme and matched only by the northern shopkeeper.

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  4. David December 18, 2016 at 2:03 PM #

    Sealy promised so much when he excelled in that debate as a youngster when pitted against his senior Billie Miller all those year ago.

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  5. Caswell Franklyn December 18, 2016 at 2:32 PM #

    When Sealy’s father got knighted can you remember who was his guest of honour at his celebration- yes you got it, Billie Miller. After all these years it only came home to me then that she was going easy on her friend’s son. Poor David Gill did not understand what he got into. Her pathetic performance gave young Sealy the edge over Gill.

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  6. Well Well & Consequences December 18, 2016 at 3:12 PM #

    http://www.nationnews.com/nationnews/news/91532/public-health-risk-danger-ecosystems

    Maloney’s dirty dealings is now common knowledge, so one of his messenger boys in parliament have to give updates from time to time.

    A female publicly accused Billie “the goat” Miller of being a slimy, crawling politician back then, good thing she is the one have to live with it.

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  7. millertheanunnaki December 18, 2016 at 3:20 PM #

    @ Caswell Franklyn December 18, 2016 at 2:32 PM

    The political class really knows how to look out for ‘each other’ from which either side of the fence they congregate.
    Poor David G he is just a house servant from the village.

    But it would be interesting if the same Sealy hiding in the closet would jump on the morality bandwagon with his colleagues in the likes of Pornville and Georgie Porgie Pilgrim, Michel Carry-away-a-ton and Pitbull Estwick riding shotgun.

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  8. Gabriel December 18, 2016 at 3:40 PM #

    Fear not,the party leader is gearing up for General Elections, so that Hyatt project will collapse like 4 Seasons did in ’08,actually 32 seasons ago.

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  9. David December 18, 2016 at 3:55 PM #

    A delayed Hyatt clogs the project pipeline and will negatively impact economic recovery. Bear in mind economic activity associated with projects like the Hyatt Hotel, CHIRP, Del Mastro etc were factored into the forecast by the MoF.

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  10. millertheanunnaki December 18, 2016 at 3:59 PM #

    @ David Comissiong:
    “If the procedure that is being applied to the processing of the Application is an independent and impartial one, and if this procedure is still on-going, then how could Mr Sealy be in a position to assert that Maloney’s company will get the permission?”

    Dear David C, let not your heart be troubled by this Hyatt erection.

    Your concerns are rather pertinent but let us get right to the meat of the matter. Let Master More Money and his band of subservient coons in that dangerous lying party show us the money to build the tower.

    That is the acid test for granting permission for its erection.

    Now where is this money coming from if More Money and his goons in government had to raid the HCF for the ‘cheap’ building of the Grotto ‘storey’?

    Certainly not from the Chinese to compete with the Sam Lord’s Castle for priority repayment?

    Which above-board foreign investor would put money in a building right on a beach subject to the damaging effects of climate change in an environment where the local authorities are incapable of managing the disposal of the country’s human waste thereby putting its well-heeled clientele at mortal risks?

    Jesus, the country is in the financial junkyard but to invest money in a shit toilet might just be carrying it a bit too far.

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  11. ac December 18, 2016 at 4:08 PM #

    much ado about nothing another one of Comissiong overblown stinks about Hyatt

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  12. millertheanunnaki December 18, 2016 at 4:28 PM #

    @ ac December 18, 2016 at 4:08 PM

    Hello ac the shit crab, the same way you are stubbornly refusing to crawl away from the sewage on the South coast denying there is indeed shit leaking all over the place so too, like Cahill, you will have to break your back-biting petty over the Hyatt dream.

    Why is your boss man taking so long to approve its erection? Has he gone back to sleep after the big party and the burying of the broken trident? The order to carry out the victimization of Akanni did not take so long to shut up the poor boy
    .
    Why don’t you (for once) think for yourself and ask the pertinent question where is the money coming from?

    You need loads of foreign money to build such a large building relative to what already exists in Barbados. Who are these foreign investors willing to invest in a pit toilet which will only attract flies like yourself, Alvin Boots Cummins and that coon the spade aka waiting?

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  13. ac December 18, 2016 at 4:49 PM #

    Speaking of pit toilets didnt the blp spend million of dollars erecting a pit toilet on swamp land.miller why arent u not worried about that enormous unprotected erected dic in the swamp that have been in over drive f..ucking the taxpayers

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  14. Well Well & Consequences December 18, 2016 at 4:52 PM #

    2 million to fix the diffusers to stop the leaking poop into the streets and into the sea…they cant say they dont have the money, they had 7 million dollars to wukk up and bury a pitchfork…it’s wonderful to see them showing how incompetent they all are, they spent all that energy and taxpayer’s money to look foolish.

    https://www.barbadostoday.bb/2016/12/17/million-dollar-repair-of-south-coast-sewerage-system/

    As they can see from the comments….no one is impressed.

    Miller….the government will probably use the island and people as collateral to borrow money for Maloney, they are stupid like that, if they had a fantasy about giving him the NIS money, the IMF already scratched that so the fall back plan would be to sell the island, sell out the people, but I pray they all get their comeuppance.

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  15. David December 18, 2016 at 4:57 PM #

    @Comissiong

    You need to stay on this like white on rice if for no reason than to make the late chief planner Leonard St.Hill smile where he must be resting with the angels. Process must be respected. If the Auditor General cannot enforce the financial rules by all means use the courts.

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  16. chad99999 December 18, 2016 at 5:34 PM #

    David is right. Sealey should be more circumspect in public, should withhold comment on the Hyatt project until the process of environmental review is complete.

    But what if he were the disciplined leader David would like him to be. Would there be any real, substantial difference in the way the game is played? Behind the scenes, a “good” tourism minister should be lobbying the prime minister energetically for this project because it makes sense for the country.

    And we all know that David’s real purpose in seeking a full environmental review is to delay the project past the next election in order to tilt the scales in favor of the Lesbian.

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  17. ac December 18, 2016 at 5:37 PM #

    “Process must be respected ”
    ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

    when did this all happen? is this a another part of the missing puzzle from the glorious days of the past administration when houses fell into caves

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  18. David December 18, 2016 at 5:52 PM #

    @chad99999

    A provocative comment and we leave it at that.

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  19. millertheanunnaki December 18, 2016 at 5:58 PM #

    @ chad99999 December 18, 2016 at 5:34 PM

    If I were you Chad 9X5, I would stay away from jumping on the morality bandwagon.

    What’s the difference between a Lesbian for a LOTO and Gay for MoT?

    They are just different colours of the political rainbow.

    Stop taking a 6 for a 9 or you might just find your ‘judgemental’ self in between.

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  20. Well Well & Consequences December 18, 2016 at 6:56 PM #

    Chadster is scraping the bottom of the barrel, he has nothing better to offer.

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  21. Bush Tea December 18, 2016 at 7:22 PM #

    @ Miller
    What’s the difference between a Lesbian for a LOTO and Gay for MoT?
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Trust you to compare shit with jobby to reach your usual shiite conclusion…

    Do you discern any difference between a lesbian and a NORMAL, everyday, heterosexual?
    …can you suggest which one is more likely to focus on the affairs of STATE…. rather than on appeasing their ‘associates’ with appointments to various state boards and big jobs…?

    Or are you suggesting that there are no ‘normal’ Bajans available…?

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  22. vincent haynes December 18, 2016 at 7:36 PM #

    Bushie

    When will you learn…to each their own….and if it was not so yourBBE would have done some thing long ago.

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  23. millertheanunnaki December 18, 2016 at 8:00 PM #

    @ Bush Tea December 18, 2016 at 7:22 PM
    “Do you discern any difference between a lesbian and a NORMAL, everyday, heterosexual?
    …can you suggest which one is more likely to focus on the affairs of STATE…. rather than on appeasing their ‘associates’ with appointments to various state boards and big jobs…?
    Or are you suggesting that there are no ‘normal’ Bajans available…?”

    It seems NOT, Bushie. No “normal” Bajans are available, only ‘bulling’ brass-bowls.

    Why do you think Barbados is in such a shitty mess at this time? From the very ‘bottom’ to the very top ‘jobby’ and shit is the order of the day.

    A man without a wife or woman is always a man to keep in front of you instead of ‘behind’. Even Hitler had a woman (Eva Braun) for company.

    Jesus, Bushie even an ugly silverback gorilla can find a mate. Why can’t your boss man unless he fancies your kind which is not in keeping with the designs of your BBE.

    So Bushie, here is what you need to get through to your moral police: ‘Those who are within a closet, bring forth your skeletons for all to see’.

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  24. Violet C Beckles December 18, 2016 at 8:03 PM #

    Once again you all love talk? Where the hell is the title deed , The Clear Title deed of 70 years from the Plantation , We have the deed and still holding, So any Minister or PM, AG or GG can show the title deed in Public please bring it ,
    From us to you all in DBLP none of you have Permission from the Owners to build no Hyatt, We hope Hyatt investors is not full of Sir Cheltenham and Sir COWilliams and Bizzy front men looking to get JOBS going for the DBLP before elections, Once again VOTE buying starting just under a years before election, No Deed, No Crown Land , ,More land fraud , Banking Fraud, Basil 3 Banking all in you all crooks liars and scumbags Ministers, The World of investors and even Trump is on Notice,

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  25. Bush Tea December 18, 2016 at 8:31 PM #

    LOL @ Miller
    Point taken…

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  26. nineofnine December 18, 2016 at 9:49 PM #

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  27. mitchlans December 18, 2016 at 11:19 PM #

    It is highly unlikely “the boss man” will jump on the ‘morality’ bandwagon. The closet doors have a nasty habit of flying open in a storm.

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  28. Artax December 18, 2016 at 11:41 PM #

    ac December 18, 2016 at 4:49 PM #

    “Speaking of pit toilets didnt the blp spend million of dollars erecting a pit toilet on swamp land. Miller why aren’t u not worried about that enormous unprotected erected dic in the swamp that have been in over drive f..ucking the taxpayers.”

    @ ac

    What you need to do is comment on David BU’s question re: “By the way minister Richard Sealy, did your engineering company consult on the South Coast Sewage project all those years ago?”

    If Sealy was in fact a consultant on the South Coast Sewage Project, then he has to take some of the responsibility for “that enormous unprotected erected dic in the swamp that have been in over drive f..ucking the taxpayers” as well.

    But knowing you as the yard-fowl you are, you will leave that question unanswered.

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  29. Well Well & Consequences December 19, 2016 at 7:13 AM #

    The Bushman…don’t fight that one, many heterosexuals are pedophiles, diaper grabbers….child rapists, they cannot focus on affairs of state either, they are too distracted by kiddie porn.

    They are always taking them down in the UK, house of nuisance lords and pedophiles, why ya think the homosexual and pedophile rings are so prominent in Barbados, so accepted…little england was taught well by UK…it’s now embedded in the psyches and DNAs on the island…after centuries of brutal practices, it’s ugly, but reality.

    Only mental health intervention, decades of it, will help a normal as can be expected society to emerge.

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  30. Frustrated Businessman aka 'Nation of Laws' my ass. December 19, 2016 at 7:15 AM #

    Sealy got his 30 pieces of silver and is working for it.

    By the time the retard Fumble is eventually dragged out from under his desk by ‘development fastrack Boyce’ in time to do more of nothing, Sealy will be able to say he did everything he could.

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  31. John December 19, 2016 at 7:25 AM #

    Why would we even spend time on considering a 15 storey hotel when we can’t even deal with the current sewage load in the area?

    Why would we even spend time on considering a 15 storey hotel when there are many in Barbados who can’t get potable water supplied to their premises?

    Are we that crazy?

    Why don’t we first get control of these two problems and then see if the hotel will fit into our solutions?

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  32. David December 19, 2016 at 7:31 AM #

    Didn’t he consult on the Barrack Building project as well?

    On Monday, 19 December 2016, Barbados Underground wrote:

    >

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  33. Bush Tea December 19, 2016 at 8:31 AM #

    @ WW&C
    Bushie is not fighting at all…
    The point is that if we cannot find a single decent, honest, upright, leader among our midst, then what does that say about us brass bowls who are being led …. and what the hell should we expect anyway…. but jobby.

    It is like a crowd of blind people electing leaders from among themselves to get them out of a burning building…. after a point, one has to wonder if it is the elected blind brass bowls that we should be cussing….?

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  34. Caswell Franklyn December 19, 2016 at 8:34 AM #

    John

    You seem not to understand that you get more bribe money from building new projects than fixing problems. So don’t be surprised to see a few white elephants around the place especially at election time.

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  35. ac December 19, 2016 at 9:34 AM #

    Artax in response being a consultant does not necessarily mean that advice giving has to be accepted.

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  36. Well Well & Consequences December 19, 2016 at 10:30 AM #

    People are too mesmerized by those leaders who abuse and disrespect them, so yes, it’s the weakminded electorate who also need a good cussing Bushman….

    …….and the yardfowls should be drowned in poop water..lol

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  37. David December 19, 2016 at 10:39 AM #

    @Bush Tea

    And this is the point. We need to look in the mirror. Some us believe by blaming the politicians for our ills this is the size of the problem.

    How do we mobilise change if the people to lead it are benefiting from the dysfunction?

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  38. Yatinkiteasy December 19, 2016 at 11:11 AM #

    Although not a fan of Mr Comissiong, this is the second time I agree with his comments wholeheartedly. The first was his comments about the unsuitability and even insult to Barbadians to have Prince Harry attend and be the highlight of our 50th Independence(from Britain) Celebrations.

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  39. Hants December 19, 2016 at 11:22 AM #

    @ David wrote ” How do we mobilise change if the people to lead it are benefiting from the dysfunction? ”

    Nothing will change as long there is a calf to share.

    We are all trapped in the DLPBLP whirlpool cause sooner or later we turn gine come.

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  40. Truth December 19, 2016 at 1:15 PM #

    Whatever happened to the Suriname water shipment?

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  41. John December 19, 2016 at 1:55 PM #

    Caswell Franklyn December 19, 2016 at 8:34 AM #
    John
    You seem not to understand that you get more bribe money from building new projects than fixing problems. So don’t be surprised to see a few white elephants around the place especially
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    I do, better than you can imagine!!

    So, what do we do?

    Where are we going to find people to replace them?

    They reflect what the society is!!

    We are they!!!

    We are not going to find any better humans in Barbados to replace them!!!

    Even if we put 30 ads in the press “wanted, honest people to be members of parliament for the constituency of …..” … and then, having advertised we say “having found no suitable applicants …..” are we sure we will get any better from over and away to fill the vacancies?

    … the old Work Permit trick!!

    Except it never works!!

    So, what do we do?

    What did God do when he realized all mankind was sinful?

    Not Sodom and Gomorrah .. I mean after that.

    … and not … send a flood ….. I mean after the flood!!

    We had the flood!!

    I mean after He had tried all manner of ways of destruction to get mankind on the right track!!

    Is there anything we can learn from that?

    As wayward as they may be each has the ability to do a good job.

    That is a simple fact.

    How do we get them to use the ability?

    Since we are who they reflect, maybe it is as simple as changing ourselves and thus, them.

    If we walk around accepting mediocrity we will get it, … they will give it to us and charge us for the service …. and we will give it to one another and charge one another!!

    If they know they can get away with it because we let them and don’t have high expectations of them and ourselves, we are lost.

    The revolution starts from within!!

    Stop complaining and start thinking and changing.

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  42. John December 19, 2016 at 1:58 PM #

    Actually, He threw his hands up in the air and decided to destroy us all in the flood.

    But He didn’t.

    He gave us a way out!!

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  43. Pachamama December 19, 2016 at 2:20 PM #

    David

    Most importantly, we must be willing to radically change ourselves.

    We have to be the change we seek.

    And nobody, neither Pachamama nor Bushie, nor his BBE, should seek to avoid this precondition.

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  44. Dompey December 19, 2016 at 3:49 PM #

    John

    With all of your philosophizing and intellectualizing, you have failed to comprehend that the answer to our moral dilemma it to be found in the correct checks and balances.

    Why don’t we adopt a philosophy of ignorance and follow the American example for holding public officials accountable for their wrongdoings?

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  45. John December 19, 2016 at 4:17 PM #

    Simple Dompey

    We don’t even hold each other or ourselves to account.

    So the politicians get away free!!

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  46. John December 19, 2016 at 4:18 PM #

    We and they are the same

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  47. Well Well & Consequences December 19, 2016 at 4:22 PM #

    “Since we are who they reflect, maybe it is as simple as changing ourselves and thus, them.

    If we walk around accepting mediocrity we will get it, … they will give it to us and charge us for the service …. and we will give it to one another and charge one another!!”

    There lies the problem and solution wrapped up in one, the people accept mediocrity from 2 bit ministers and politicians, then expect the leaders not to be corrupt, the electorate have to change the way they interact with politicians, let them know you know they are corrupt criminals and thieves and ya watching them, you will expose them, stop being afraud of them and demand better..because you are their bosses.

    Who allowed a jackass like Fruendel to elevate parliamentrians to a “political class” they are servants of the people, nothing more, nothing less, the people have to demand they act as the servants they are…they are being paid a salary to do a job, not to elevate themselves but to make sure shit dont run in the srreets and into the sea to cause a health hazard.

    Seeing as Fruendel and his Liars had the 2 million dollars in the last 8 years to fix the sewage problem and never did, the electorate should never forgive them and punish them severely…. that type of negligence should never be rewarded by returning that lot of liars to parliament.

    The disrespect was blatant..over 7 million dollars for a celebration, but no time in 8 years to spend 2 million dollars…to prevent a raw sewage leak….bajans better stop playing wuth these wicked ministers politicians and ask them what else they are hiding from the people.

    http://ow.ly/VNfU307h2Ii

    Legarde found guilty of negligence, avoids prison time.

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  48. Dompey December 19, 2016 at 4:53 PM #

    Well Well

    Just yesterday an old Bajan friend of mine were talking about the state of affairs in Barbados, and he echoed two things in my hearing that still sits on my mind today. He said that the: “Modern day politicians in Barbados want to get rich quick, and when have I heard of a politician going to jail in Barbados for anything.”

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  49. BELLYHURTEVENMORE December 19, 2016 at 6:19 PM #

    When the International Human Rights Commision finally has had enough and fully condemns Barbados for its disgusting and inhuman way of decrying those who Bajans consider to be immoral because they are gay even when they are decent members within the society; the sewage problem will feel like a small mosquito bite compared to the backlash that would hit this island tourism and trade wise.

    Why can’t certain people in this country just grow up – truth of the matter is you are the sick hypocritical lot hiding in closets screaming morality while flapping The Bible in the wind. Just desist. Try and do your best to look at people as human beings. Not one solitary person in this whole wide world knowshas met whatever or whoever created us on a personal level to know what the mission was for humanity.

    There is much work required on some tired old brains ’bout hey befo’ its too late. By the way The Leader of The Opposition is a far more respectful and intelligent human being who deserves a lot more respect from you uglies. True. This has nothing to do with politics. IT HAS TO DO WITH HUMAN RIGHTS AND BLOODY DECENCY.

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  50. John December 19, 2016 at 6:28 PM #

    “Modern day politicians in Barbados want to get rich quick …………………..”
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Jut like Bajans, ….. they reflect one another!!!

    My point exactly.

    Neither understands the concept of wealth and the difference between wealth and riches!!

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  51. Well Well & Consequences December 19, 2016 at 6:36 PM #

    Dompey…for some reason politicians in Barbados hold the belief that everyone would remain deaf, dumb and blind to the nasty things they do….and it’s because the people refuse to put leaders in their place and also the existence of their useless yardfowls who stroke the minister’s big empty egos, get rid of the airhead yardfowls and half the battle to reeducate the leaders will be won.

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  52. enuff December 19, 2016 at 7:03 PM #

    Only a special breed of human could argue that a 15-storey hotel on that spot is good for Barbados. Up to now, not one supporter has put forward a cogent argument. Sometimes the comments on BU are too much to bear.

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  53. chad99999 December 19, 2016 at 11:30 PM #

    It was only in 1992 that the World Health Organization, under pressure from homosexual elites and their allies,removed homosexuality from its International Classification of Diseases

    When I was an undergraduate, homosexuality was a subject covered in courses on abnormal psychology.

    So the International Human Rights Commission can KMBA.

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  54. Bush Tea December 19, 2016 at 11:34 PM #

    @ Chad99999
    Bushie’s also……
    …nasty bullers…!!!

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  55. Well Well & Consequences December 20, 2016 at 3:16 AM #

    http://www.nationnews.com/nationnews/news/91603/minister-sewage-plant-slip

    Ya can only lie for so long before even you realize that your lies are no longer true, the raw sewage leak is becauseoif this government’s negligence, incompetence and lack of care for the people, they have no choice but to own it.

    http://www.nationnews.com/nationnews/news/91605/advice-pm

    Why it took Inniss one year to see all of these problems with Fruendel etc…the problems have been festering st the judiciary for decades, it is now barely functional, the nasty secrecy has been practiced by ministers against the citizens for 50 years and Fruendel’s incompetence and negligence of people and country from year one….what took Inniss so longvto recignize all of this, he is slow.

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  56. Hal Austin December 20, 2016 at 5:05 AM #

    Chad, are you a graduate? Which university did you go to and what subject did you read?

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  57. Well Well & Consequences December 20, 2016 at 7:26 AM #

    Chadster said he went to a Chicago university, I take what Chadster says with a teaspoon of salt.

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