Crime and Violence | Anonymous Video Forces Orange Alert

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  1. Artax July 31, 2017 at 8:55 AM #

    “Chefette, like Kentucky and all those other fast food dumps pay slave wages, so there is no reason for their staff to be anything but unpleasant and surly, that is what happens when you are allowed by both governments to be a slave master for the last 40 years….”

    “besides, their rotis are not only extremely salty and unhealthy, but their overly salty beef rotis have a horrible reaction on some people’s stomachs.”

    You have this uncanny knack for trying to comment on every issue even when there isn’t anything to comment on.

    What do salty rotis, slave wages or government have to do with employees being unmannerly and providing poor customer service?

    Barbados has a minimum wage law.

    You are essentially implying that because “Joan” works for minimum wages, it gives her the right to be impolite to customers who are spending their money that will ultimately pay her wages. It comes to a point that customers complain about her attitude, her services are eventually terminated and she is now even more angry than before.

    It is not the job that makes a person impolite, such behaviour comes from within that individual. Give that same person a job paying $1,000 per week and they will find something to be disgruntled about.

    There are cashiers and other individuals who work in POPULAR DISCOUNTS SUPERMARKETS for, according to you, similar “slave wages”…………. and they are MUCH MORE POLITE and CUSTOMER FRIENDLY than people working for “big money” or those people who can be found working in the commercial banks, insurance companies or at Licensing Authority, BWA, NHC, NPC, NCC or any other government department.

    And you could do as I do…………….. don’t buy greasy, salty foods from Chefette, KFC or any other fast food outlet.

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  2. Well Well & Consequences Observing Blogger July 31, 2017 at 9:33 AM #

    “It comes to a point that customers complain about her attitude, her services are eventually terminated and she is now even more angry than before.”

    And as long as Joan is being paid $6.25 cents an hour Barbados money US $3.12, that will be her attitude, and the next Joan, and the next John, Mary, Philip and Peter. …

    ..while 20 more Chefette restaurants are allowed by government to be built on the island…..paying the same slave wages.

    All these fast food dumps have an extremely high employee turn over, you may want to take a breath from your rant to ask yaself why….

    …I did not bother read past that sentence about Joan…ya started to border on the downright misinformed about why the island is so stagnant and lack progress.

    Other people being paid slave wages that cannot feed them or their families might appeal to you Art, it dont appeal to me or really intelligent and enlightened people.

    Now where is the sign on BU from the blogmaster telling us we cant comment on every topic.

    If it bothers you, why dont you put up such a sign.

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  3. Artax July 31, 2017 at 10:56 AM #

    @ WW&C

    I don’t want to engage in any “HAVING OUT” with you (that’s your style), but “Really intelligent and enlightened people” DO NOT behave like you.

    However, I will let your other comment go “over my head” and not engage you any further.

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  4. Well Well & Consequences Observing Blogger July 31, 2017 at 11:09 AM #

    Ya cant engage further because you swam into dangerous currents….all by yourself. .

    The issues are crime and violence on the island.

    The causes are not enough employers, employees, jobs and oppotunities from the school leaver to the pre retiree….for the last 40 years.

    Not a wide enough tax net and collection….due to..

    Not a higher tax bracket and higher salaries….for the last 4 decades.

    And there you are trying to defend slave wages, one of the direct causes of lack of progress.

    I am not the one who drowned myself.

    Et un bon jour pour toi aussi

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  5. Artax July 31, 2017 at 11:37 AM #

    Where in any of my comments I attempted to defend “slave wages?”

    I was reading VOB’s chat this morning and found the following comments very interesting. I believe you may find them interesting as well:

    “RobertGoren: @Bajan1948NY : I was reading BU this morning, of the 300 contributions, 200 belong to WWC”

    “Bajan1948NY: …..I image her to be a miserable old soul who can’t sleep at night – lol”

    “GullyBoar: i skim BU from time to time .. just seems an impulsive woman….. does ketch on pon tings that could just leave alone..”

    I did not bother to present what others wrote, but you have a following in the chat that believe you are filled with hate.

    As previously mentioned, I don’t want to engage in any “HAVING OUT” with you, but “Really intelligent and enlightened people” DO NOT behave like you.

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  6. Artax July 31, 2017 at 11:41 AM #

    BU is not about you or me……. focus on the topic.

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  7. Well Well & Consequences Observing Blogger July 31, 2017 at 12:27 PM #

    Art….you dont even know you were defending slave wages, people cannpt smile and be pleasant when they are being treated as slaves, disrespected, not treated as though they are entitled to a liveable wage….

    Has it entered your highly intelligent mind….that is the reason for escalating crimes, robbery etc…at least a catalyst. .

    And what are those comments about me that you obviously go searching for are supposed to do…

    I dont get it……neither will I change to appease fools.

    Obviously others have more time on their hands to think of and comment about me, than I have for them…

    That makes me the centre of their lives….so continue looking for those comments…because I sure wont….lol

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  8. Vincent Haynes July 31, 2017 at 12:29 PM #

    Artax

    “Really intelligent and enlightened people” DO NOT behave like you.

    Hahaha…..took a long time for you arrive at that conclusion……a little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing in some people.

    Slave wages is conundrum…..I thought a slave does not earn wages or anything else…..my thinking must be flawed.

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  9. Artax July 31, 2017 at 12:41 PM #

    Please do not make this about me………

    As previously mentioned, I don’t want to engage in any “HAVING OUT” with you, but “Really intelligent and enlightened people” DO NOT behave like you.

    To believe that because a person works for a minimum wage gives them the right to be impolite is stupid thinking.

    You would likewise conclude that an individual earning $1,000 per week gives them the right to treat minimum wage earners with arrogant contempt.

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  10. Well Well & Consequences Observing Blogger July 31, 2017 at 12:48 PM #

    Said by an enabler of the slave trade….

    How about your grandchildren receiving $3.12 an hour eight hours a day in wages fir 15 years..

    Just to make this clear for Art..

    Obviously others have more time on their hands to think of and comment about me, than I have to think of them…when I do not even know OR care that they exist.

    That makes me the centre of their lives….so continue looking for those comments…because I sure wont…but I am sure your time will be better spent, making sure your future children and grandchildren do not become embroiled in violence because of slave wages.

    I am not the issue…it in no way affects me.

    And I really should not care, but, some of us are human.

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  11. Well Well & Consequences Observing Blogger July 31, 2017 at 1:03 PM #

    Your argument makes no sense Art…think critically…you are saying these hirribky paid employees should be pleasant even though they are not receiving enough of a salary to pay a bill.

    The same way slaves were expected to be brutalized and still smile…what is wrong with you people.

    Were those low salaries fast food dumps pay negotiated by the UNIONS…are the employees unionized or did government chuck together the lowest wage possible in collusion with fast food employers and think that these greedy employers did them a favor.

    Let me tell you what some relatives of mine found out recently. ..they spent two weeks at the Crane, very nice hotel, just recently Crane boasted about 13 million in profits I believe, days later it was alledged that they do not pay their staff on time…..

    ….some other relatives of mine who were planning a vacation at Crane saw online where their internet got problems, their elevator to the beach got problems and the guests reported they cant find employees to answer their questions…….and are rethinking that vacation…..it is a reflection on how their employees are treated, I myself are waiting to hear how things go before doing a vaca there..

    So all you slave minded or plantation massa wannabes who would enable slave salaries, or no salaries….will have to account for ya wicked ways…ya cant do that to me or mine without consequences, as it stands, we are far removed from your slave society.

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  12. David July 31, 2017 at 2:24 PM #

    Agree with this comment 100%. Some of us define good human qualities as defined only by economic consideration. This is not the case and many of us were raised in poor economic circumstances but we had drilled into us that manners maketh man. This is a basic bahaviour, no compromise.

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  13. Simple Simon July 31, 2017 at 3:37 PM #

    Young men have always been violent with each other. Haven’t we been told by the Bible that Cain killed Abel?

    So Adam and Eve raised killers too.

    If you believe in the Bible and the Adam and Eve, and Cain and Abel thing, then parents have always been raising killers, even when there was no social media, no guns, no Babylon/police, no Americans, no Western world, no Christianity, no Islam, no Rastafarianism, in fact no religion at all.

    Maybe violence/killing is in the DNA of all of us.

    The question remains, how to get it out of all of us.

    But I have no answers.

    Only questions.

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  14. Hants July 31, 2017 at 4:18 PM #

    @ David,

    What de expletive deleted gine on with these shootings like One a day vitamins ?

    Is it because the victims are not “Brand Name” Bajans that this shiiiiite is allowed to escalate.

    All Bajans matter!!!!!

    Reports indicate he was “liming” outside when a group of men drove up in a car and shot him.

    http://www.nationnews.com/nationnews/news/99222/shot-fairy-valley

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  15. Hal Austin July 31, 2017 at 4:20 PM #

    Outlaw all guns in private hands and introduce harsh penalties for illegal possession .

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  16. Vincent Haynes July 31, 2017 at 4:47 PM #

    Simple Simon July 31, 2017 at 3:37 PM #

    Well said……especially the DNA part…….just read the history of our pirate past…….no jury or lotta long talk….a couple warnings,then summary execution…..the law of the jungle

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  17. Vincent Haynes July 31, 2017 at 4:53 PM #

    A LOCAL HISTORIAN IS SUGGESTING THERE’S AN UNDERWORLD IN OPERATION IN BARBADOS.

    However, Trevor Marshall says it’s unlike those in other jurisdictions.

    Mr. Marshall was a guest on the radio programme, Walter Point Two on Q100.7 FM.

    He is of the view engagement with young Barbadians is essential to deal with crime and violence.

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  18. Artax July 31, 2017 at 6:25 PM #

    David July 31, 2017 at 2:24 PM #

    “Agree with this comment 100%. Some of us define good human qualities as defined only by economic consideration. This is not the case and many of us were raised in poor economic circumstances but we had drilled into us that manners maketh man. This is a basic bahaviour, no compromise.”

    @ David

    Do you mind mentioning what comment you agree with 100%?

    I agree that many of “us were raised in poor economic circumstances but we had drilled into us that manners maketh man.”

    But because many of us grew up poor, does this give us the right to steal from those who believe are better off than us?

    Because another guy’s parents gives him $20, does this gives me the right to me rude to him and steal his money because my parents could only afford to give me $2?

    Or because I grew up in “poor economic circumstances” I have a right to be angry with the world?

    I can’t understand that type of stupid thinking and such attitudes are responsible for people robbing, mugging and burglarizing other people’s homes.

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  19. Bush Tea July 31, 2017 at 6:54 PM #

    @ Artax
    Boss, what are you getting all worked up about this?
    They are not saying that someone has the right to be unmannerly because they are poor or poorly paid….. they are saying that such persons may be understandably upset at the blatant unfairness of the situation as they see it…. and that this may show in their attitudes.

    Wuh cuh shiite boss, Froon gotta big job, a big ride, live in a big house …and does ‘eat big foods’ … and YET his face always set-up like he smelling shiite…

    Give the Cheffette people a break nuh!!
    Bushie does not suffer from their unmannerliness …cause Bushie do not eat shiite…
    But Froon ALWAY on TV..
    ..always in the paper..
    or David always got he on BU – with he face push-up….

    We should really reduce his pay to Cheffette pay..

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  20. Artax July 31, 2017 at 7:28 PM #

    @ Bushie

    I’M NOT THE PERSON WHO INTRODUCED CHEFETTE’S WAGES INTO THE ARGUMENT.

    But to “amenden al the jape,” if you apply to Chefette for a job, obviously HR would not let you commence employment without first discussing the wages and terms and conditions of employment.

    The decision would be yours to accept the job or not.

    Having availed yourself of the relevant information, why would you accept the job and then “guh ‘bout the people place wid a scew face?”

    Okay, you accept the job because circumstances does not allow you to do better. So because the wages, in your opinion are poor, you decide to “stand dread” with everyone including the man on the “Cream of Wheat” box.

    IT DOES NOT MAKE SENSE TO ME……… but then again, according to you and others, I’m an idiot who does not know what he’s doing.

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  21. Talking Lous Saying Nothing July 31, 2017 at 8:12 PM #

    Talking about unhealthy food establishments. Check out the great UK brother from Birmingham, Macka B.

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  22. Well Well & Consequences Observing Blogger July 31, 2017 at 8:25 PM #

    Lol….

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  23. Bush Tea July 31, 2017 at 9:07 PM #

    @ Artax
    The decision would be yours to accept the job or not
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    OK …. so now explain how Froon was able to-
    ….accept the job he KNEW he could not do..
    ….fight off the Eager 11
    ….give himself a 10% salary hike
    ….buy himself a new ride to rival Bushie’s
    ….Sleep on the job
    ….lie about CAHILL
    ….trick the NCC workers with the ERT and his bent friend Hal…
    …sleep some more on the job…

    …..and his face STILL always screw?

    Wuhloss!!!
    Murda…

    Unless he just naturally look so….

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  24. Artax July 31, 2017 at 9:12 PM #

    @ Bushie

    You’re asking me to EXPLAIN anything ‘bout Froon?

    As far as I’m concerned, Freundel Stuart is an “enigmatic anomaly”………

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  25. Hants July 31, 2017 at 9:22 PM #

    @ Bushie who wrote “buy himself a new ride to rival Bushie’s”

    What is your ride Bushie ?

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  26. Bush Tea July 31, 2017 at 9:28 PM #

    @ Hants
    Trust you to see that….

    Are you asking on behalf of Carl Moore of Hal?
    Do you need the registration details too?

    Suffice it to say that the whacker fits comfortably….

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  27. Hants July 31, 2017 at 9:36 PM #

    @ Bushie,

    I am asking on behalf of me myself and I. lol

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  28. Simple Simon July 31, 2017 at 11:07 PM #

    @Simple Simon July 31, 2017 at 3:37 PM “Maybe violence/killing is in the DNA of all of us.
    The question remains, how to get it out of all of us.”

    https://www.thestar.com/news/world/2017/07/31/ceremonies-mark-100-years-since-passchendaele.html
    “…the centenary of the assault known as Passchendaele. More than 500,000 Allied and German young men were killed or wounded in the Third Battle of Ypres, an assault that has come to be synonymous with the futility of war. The Allied campaign, fought by British and Commonwealth forces in the 3 months from July to November 1917 in the mud-slicked battlefields of Flanders…”

    The demon violence is in the white people too.

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  29. Bajanfood August 8, 2017 at 8:32 AM #

    Bajans need to get up and cook, will live a more healthy lifestyle, cheffette food is greasy salty and expensive I eat from chefette no more than 5 times in a calendar year whites bajan rarely support chefette black bajans please stop giving your hard earn cash to these super riches companys please wake up and teach your children to sit at a table with a knife and fork

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  30. Talking Loud Saying Nothing October 11, 2017 at 5:04 PM #

    Things getting tough in Jamaica.

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/oct/11/jamaica-police-military-sweeping-powers-zones-of-special-operations

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