Barbados Integrity Movement (BIM) Issues Statement on Kadooment Day Shootings

7/08/2017 – 11:08PM 12 people reported to be shot and at least one dead others critical

8/08/2017 – 12:01AM QEH reports 20 people treated for gun shot injuries

8/08/2017 – confirmation  a 6 year old grazed by a bullet

 

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203 Comments on “Barbados Integrity Movement (BIM) Issues Statement on Kadooment Day Shootings”

  1. Ping Pong August 8, 2017 at 7:51 PM #

    Barbados is becoming a small miserable place.

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  2. Carson C Cadogan August 8, 2017 at 9:01 PM #

    Ping Pong August 8, 2017 at 7:51 PM

    Thanks to the DOOM AND GLOOM of the Barbados Labour Party.

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  3. Money Brain, August 8, 2017 at 9:24 PM #

    Bloody well mash up the island and then blame the BLP!

    They cant be that many Yardfowls to believe that excrement!

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  4. David August 8, 2017 at 9:27 PM #

    Communications 101, some issues are better left ignored.The whole country is unhappy at the current state of affairs. Do you have the brain to comprehend that in the state of mind the majority of Bajans have now that any argument that seeks to apportion blame based on politics is a nonsense and will be rejected?

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  5. Jeffrey August 9, 2017 at 12:38 AM #

    David,

    The DLP’s biggest yard foul Mr. Carson C. Cadogan really can’t get past that. He defines his political party for what they really are – Racist and backward thinking.

    The best thing he can do is keep up his great work at exposing the DLP cronies for their deep beliefs.

    They fooled the Bajan public at the last election – shame on them. If they fool any one this time around – shame on the voters who rally on Carsons causes – racism and blame the other party or everyone else.

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  6. Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right _ INRI August 9, 2017 at 1:48 AM #

    @ Artaxerxes.

    Thieves, bad boys and murderers are usually up at this hour of the night, looking for what I have yet to find out for it is said “the watchman guardeth in vain unless the Lord watcheth over his house”, so you dun know what dis mek me heheheheheheh “one who watcheth in the hope and expectation of My Lord” notwithstanding the other deeds heheheheheh…

    A google search of “the distance from the national Stadium Barbados to Spring Garden Highway” returns a map with the information of the route as well as a distance of 3.5 kilometers.

    That is the distance that 70 Dual Band Access Points from Envision or Ubiquity donated by serious hoteliers to be positioned with IP cameras, 35 on the alternative sides of the pathway to the Spring Garden Highway, that is the distance that they would have to cover.

    The Wuffless rapist of Cable and Wireless now Lime and or Digicel and or Ozone Wireless could donate the entire days bandwidth for that pathways AS WELL AS the pathway for the Foreday Morning Bachanal.

    And the other Emera rapists could ensure that the electrical supply for the 70 cameras and Access Points would be made available for siad Kadooment.

    In fact, they do not need to wait until Kadooment what the ingrunt Royal Barbados Police Force could do as of today is to ask these corporate rapists to install such equipment right now along the entire stretch of the ABC highway and use the services of *** to monitor the cameras if/WHEN they see any irregular activities that merit being escalated to the Royal Barbados Foolish Police.

    THis is not effing rocket science, and that is the issue.

    We have an ingrunt Attorney General one Nitwit Braffit and an equal dullard of an Acting Commissioner of Police both who are the effluent of the north bound end of a south bound cow.

    If wunna want de ole man can come and give wunna a cuntsultancy and show wunna how to disband dese criminals

    Steupseeeeee

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  7. David August 9, 2017 at 6:06 AM #

    Understand that our children and observing and will soak up the environment in which they have to exist and then -the finished product!

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  8. Vincent Haynes August 9, 2017 at 7:59 AM #

    As I have said before we live in a modern world with access to drones capable of targeting ISIS Chiefs and killing them.

    You mean to say that we cannot convince the MoF to lift the ban on drones,bring in ones with surveillance cameras fitted with night scopes and send them around this 2×3 island,especially to known hotspots and discover on film the criminals………….but do we want to arrest our financiers,contributor,brother,cousin,etc,etc???

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  9. Money Brain, August 9, 2017 at 8:38 AM #

    Vinni wrote,

    .but do we want to arrest our financiers,contributor,brother,cousin,etc,etc???

    Exactly why I keep referring to Outside Forces maybe required so we can have a TOTAL RESET. CORRUPTION has been allowed to run for so long it has been the major new “industry “in the last 40 yrs and is deeply routed at this time.

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  10. Well Well & Consequences Observing Blogger. August 9, 2017 at 9:14 AM #

    “In fact, they do not need to wait until Kadooment what the ingrunt Royal Barbados Police Force could do as of today is to ask these corporate rapists to install such equipment right now along the entire stretch of the ABC highway and use the services of *** to monitor the cameras if/WHEN they see any irregular activities that merit being escalated to the Royal Barbados Foolish Police.

    THis is not effing rocket science, and that is the issue.

    We have an ingrunt Attorney General one Nitwit Braffit and an equal dullard of an Acting Commissioner of Police both who are the effluent of the north bound end of a south bound cow.”

    Piece…., they are really, really stupid, they do not even engender any respect for them…street cameras and CCTV monitoring in real time shoukd have been done years ago, the island is small.., but it appears that none of them in government or security firces have that level of intelligence to think thst far…steuppss.

    Vincent.., the ban on drones does not need to be lifted by government to have their own drones and thst of RSS etc monitor everyone’s houses, the streets and every inch of coastline,.

    The minority gunrunners and drug dealers were using their drones to monitor the police when they have their shipments due on the coastline. .., even I knew that, ,…,, the police etc have their freedom to operate drones legally, the citizens do not need that right.

    Let the ban on drones stay in place permanently. .., what happen, ya lost a few shipments or what.., steupppsss..

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  11. Well Well & Consequences Observing Blogger. August 9, 2017 at 9:24 AM #

    Let me clarify better, cause the Vincents like to pretend they slow and confused…….

    The minority gunrunners and drug dealers …..in the WHITE and INDIAN communities.,,,,were using their drones to monitor the police when they have their shipments due on the coastline. ..,..

    ……even I knew that, ,…,, the police etc have their freedom to operate drones legally, the citizens do not need that right.

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  12. Money Brain, August 9, 2017 at 10:10 AM #

    WW, how come the Syrians dint get a pick for this ?????

    The leaders know that drones might prove they are involved?

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  13. Well Well & Consequences Observing Blogger. August 9, 2017 at 10:16 AM #

    MoneyB…..why would the Syrians meed “a pick”….that means they would be monitoring their own cocaine and gun shipments. …not even the police or Adriel Nitwit are that dumb.

    Either way, the drones had to be banned, it was a free for all….,drones could be seen all hours of the night, from Sandy Lane……right up and down the coastline.

    It took the foolish police a while to realize that they were the ones being monitored by the drones owned by private citizens….I believe they only found out from the blogs…lol

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  14. pieceuhderockyeahright August 9, 2017 at 1:40 PM #

    And while continuing in the thread of additional security on the Kaooment “pathway” here is a Stoopid Cartoon that might trigger all and sundry to look seriously at this as a solution for Next Year when the DLP WILL BE OUT OF OFFICE

    Barring of course their Emergency Powers Actions

    Now we know who the V is for Vendetta Video is coming from.

    This is an initiative that is led by George Pigrim to set up the Country of Barbados for this Emergency Powers Act initiative by the DLP

    While de ole man accepts that drones cbe used, AND ARE BEING USED, for unlawful activities, they do have their limitations i.e. their self contained battery life AND THE LOGISTICS ISSUES OF BATTERIES NEEDING TO BE REPLACED

    IP cameras are self contained AND IF THEY ARE *** are perfect for the purpose

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  15. Talking Loud Saying Nothing August 9, 2017 at 1:52 PM #

    You are correct MB. What we require are outside forces who would be prepared to assist the ordinary rank and file Bajan to have dignity in their country of abode.

    I believe that we have reached a period in our history where our government and our political parties have become redundant. When a government cannot guarantee both the safety and a bright future for her citizens then it has become obsolete.

    As the bullets fly around Barbados and your minorities continue to exercise a negative, corrupt and a shadowy influence over the lives of her cowed, majority, negro citizens; do not expect any reaction from the politicians. They are impotent and have no real say on how the country is is managed. As far as i’m aware our esteemed Prime Minister has yet to speak out about the latest gun related incident. A mission that some would say is way beyond his pay scale.

    So our only hope is for us to look outside. There is one country in the Caribbean that has a track record of removing vermin from off its land. Well two if you were to include Haiti.

    http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/face-to-face/2017/07/che-guevara-fidel-castro-revolutionary-friends-170711115942430.html

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  16. Money Brain, August 9, 2017 at 2:40 PM #

    Talking Loud,
    I was not aware that you were eager to see your fella Bajans lining up for food and being glued to the radio waiting for when rationed chicken became available so you could take the Ration Card for a PALTRY allotment. I have been to Cuba on 4 occasions and walked all over in 4 different locations across that island communicating with the Cubans, a mostly loveable C’bean people. Most have told me in private that they want to move to NthAm. On beautiful long beaches they will chat at length until the Beach Police round the corner and then they flee, not because they were planning to rob me since I have on my bathing suit and maybe a basic hat ,without jewelery or anything worth stealing.

    Communism does NOT work! Why would Russia after 70 yrs and China after 50+ decide to reorient to business? Bim would be very low on their list of places to assist as Bajans have long surpassed the Cuban standard of living. The real problem is that Bajans must decide to Reset the country towards a variety of industries and Services leveraging off a better education system. JOBS for all. The block boys must be placed in a Military Environment if they are not pursuing some vocation or education after high school. DISCIPLINE and hardwork is what they MUST learn whether to become a professional, a carpenter or whatever they must be assisted to strive for a worthwhile objective. Entrepreneurs must be encouraged by Retired functional specialists and business mentors.

    Whites are less than 5 % of the population so what does that say about those who always blame them?

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  17. David August 9, 2017 at 3:16 PM #

    @MB

    You need to consider that the 5% controls the economic power in Barbados. Money talks and bullshit walks.

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  18. Vincent Haynes August 9, 2017 at 4:06 PM #

    David August 9, 2017 at 3:16 PM #

    Please provide the empirical evidence for this statement you made as well as the DNA evidence of origin of those that control the economic power of Bim.

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  19. Bajan Free Party/CUP/.Violet Beckles Plantation Deeds from 1926-2017 land tax bills and no Deeds,BLPand DLP Massive land Fruad and PONZI August 9, 2017 at 4:55 PM #

    Vote better next time

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  20. David August 9, 2017 at 5:04 PM #

    Do we you live in Barbados Vincent?

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  21. Vincent Haynes August 9, 2017 at 6:57 PM #

    David

    The Barbados I live in from time to time has the Pelaus owning the majority of the land,the govt owning more estates than anybody else,the majority Pelau shareholders of the sold BS&T banking their money and creating a 7B banking conundrum that the govt would love to get its hands on and I can continue.

    We Bimmers have a warped mindset….we know that COW had to borrow 20M for Apes hill,we know that M&B are kept alive by govt projects…..yet we want to say they are wealthy….show me the liquidity of it.

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  22. David August 9, 2017 at 7:07 PM #

    @Vincent

    Sir Cow preferred to borrow rather than liquidate assets inside or outside the country? Rich people run projects based on business plans that stand on their own. They do not take up personal funds to shore up the business project. Economic power is not as you defined, who controls the financial gateway in Barbados? The pension funds invested overseas are owned by who for example? What about food distribution? Economic power is not the definition you have listed.

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  23. vincent haynesw August 9, 2017 at 7:48 PM #

    David

    Bottom line rich is being liquid…..you no doubt thought Stanford and Madoff even Trump are rich…..they are money jugglers a vast difference.

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  24. Bush Tea August 9, 2017 at 8:29 PM #

    @ David
    LOL
    You discussing wealth with Vincent..????. ha ha ha
    Give us a break…

    Wuh..you may as well engage angela on the epistemology of extraterrestrial theological research….cause..

    If you are willing to talk about “what rich people do” ..with a man who is as poor as a church mouse .. you may as well talk exegeses with AC..
    ha ha ha
    Wuhloss!!!

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  25. Well Well & Consequences Observing Blogger. August 9, 2017 at 8:57 PM #

    For all the corrupt minorities who bribe the corrupt government ministers.,,, it must come to an end,
    greed cannot last, corruption cannot last.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/alexandre-cazes-millionaire-cars-property-alphabay-1.4215894

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  26. Hants August 9, 2017 at 9:00 PM #

    De PM soun sweet doh0. Cool and Calm.

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  27. vincent haynesw August 9, 2017 at 9:19 PM #

    Bushie

    Chuckle……wha ring wid poor…. Yuh did sez dat nah rich man can get to BBE…..ah following yuh advise…… Bozie mek up yuh mine an leg muh noa.

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  28. David August 9, 2017 at 9:21 PM #

    Can anybody unpack what the Prime Minister is trying to say with his reference to the underworld justice? A strange word.

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  29. Hants August 9, 2017 at 9:30 PM #

    @ David.

    He is trying to say that Gang members shoot each other in retaliation.

    However he is a scholar and has to talk circuitously to impress those citizens who are linguistically challenged.

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  30. David August 9, 2017 at 9:47 PM #

    @Hants

    Words are important and the use of underworld creates an image in the minds of observers of something sinister unravelling in Barbados. Replace underworld with lawlessness perhaps?

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  31. Hants August 9, 2017 at 10:30 PM #

    @ David something sinister is unravelling in Barbados. 20 people shot at a single event .

    Where else has this happened at a Carnival ?

    How do you know that there is no “organised criminal enterprises” in Barbados ?

    Now I have proven your point.

    Words do matter and “underworld” is used to describe serious powerful criminal actors.

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  32. Hants August 9, 2017 at 10:41 PM #

    @ David,

    What is really sinister is that I have not heard any minister or the AG or the COP talk about a

    PLAN OF ACTION to go after the Gun and Drug importers / smugglers.

    Have you ?

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  33. Hants August 10, 2017 at 1:00 AM #

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  34. Talking Loud Saying Nothing August 10, 2017 at 2:14 AM #

    Oh dear! These boys simply do not get it! It’s business as usual.

    https://www.barbadostoday.bb/2017/08/10/bim-still-safe-for-holidays-tourism-officials-say/

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  35. Well Well & Consequences Observing Blogger. August 10, 2017 at 2:46 AM #

    Fruendel just dont want to talk about the two Barbadoses both governments created over the last 50 years, one where their friends and bribers dont pay for their crimes and the other Barbados where the poorest in majority population are tormented daily by police, or cannot get justice through a corrupt compromised court system,……so he thinks fancy, meaningkess talk can distract people.

    …. he got a criminal for his best friend that he has been protecting from prosecution for stealing from CLICO policyholders.

    Mia got a criminal for a friend, who is also business partners with one or two other politicians who misuses and abuses the supreme court to destroy the lives of bajans…..or uses his clinics and pharmacy to endanger the lives of many people…

    I would not listen to any of these 2 idiots who enable and protect criminality among their friends….which works against the people.

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  36. David August 10, 2017 at 4:37 AM #

    @Hants

    Here is an interesting view from Magistrate Chris Birch. The problem the Prime minister mentioned maybe the creation of the government.

    https://www.barbadosadvocate.com/news/major-concerns

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  37. Well Well & Consequences Observing Blogger. August 10, 2017 at 8:51 AM #

    Since they all refuse to seek outside help to end the gunrunning, drug trafficking and violence in the island, to pritect the people, because they want to continue to protect their friends, families and bribers instead…who are heading these large scale criminal enterprises, more pressure needs to be applied to government ministers, politicians and the business people involved…and more exposure, nonstop….

    …..until the government gets the message to shut down their criminal friends, partners and bribers.

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  38. Money Brain, August 10, 2017 at 8:53 AM #

    Brilliant commentary MIA!

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  39. Money Brain, August 10, 2017 at 8:54 AM #

    WW, shut down? DEm gotsto raise $$$$$$$$$$ election coming girl.

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  40. Well Well & Consequences Observing Blogger. August 10, 2017 at 9:02 AM #

    MoneyB….we know they gotta go begging for election campain financing from the same gunrunners and drug traffickers and thiefing insurance executives….but why make it easy for them…..

    ……we know these same business people will give politicians and government ministers the money needed for their own protection and continuation of drug running, gunrunning and insurance fraud…..so why make it easy for any of them….

    It is best that they know that other people know and are watching them all…not a good feeling.

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  41. Money Brain, August 10, 2017 at 9:10 AM #

    WW,
    Nothing will change until a major Outside Force takes control in order to have a TOTAL RESET.
    Too much Corruption.

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  42. Hants August 10, 2017 at 9:27 AM #

    @ David, thanks for sharing.

    Interesting speech by Magistrate Chris Birch.

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  43. Well Well & Consequences Observing Blogger. August 10, 2017 at 9:28 AM #

    MoneyB…if pressure is not continuously applied, we wont see the outside forces to do a massive clean up either……

    ……ya will just keep getting the same useless old talk and pretend solutions, but no real action from Mia, Fruendel, Adriel Nitwit and Grenville et al because they are all friends, if not family.

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  44. Bush Tea August 11, 2017 at 6:13 AM #

    @ Hants
    What is really sinister is that I have not heard any minister or the AG or the COP talk about a
    PLAN OF ACTION to go after the Gun and Drug importers / smugglers
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Neither has Mia.
    Just a lotta ‘big-school’ words saying nothing about solutions.
    Barbados is not about ‘plans of action’. We are about shiite talk and empty promises.

    @ Money B
    Nothing will change until a major Outside Force takes control in order to have a TOTAL RESET.
    Too much Corruption.
    ++++++++++++++++++
    Take a bow.
    You just figured that out Boss…?
    This is what Bushmen has been try to tell wunna from way back before the crucifixion.

    That ‘major outside force'(MOF) is just about ready to act….
    …there is just a bit of cleanup work to be done first by his advance force called ‘Karma’

    ….also, that MOF has always said that, before he acts, he ALWAYS sends a bushman with the message …. and with some kinda cutting instrument…. 🙂

    Wunna crucified the bushman who came with a sword..
    What wunna got planned for the whacker carrier bozie?

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  45. Vincent Haynes August 11, 2017 at 7:02 AM #

    Are human beings “naturally” violent? It’s a question that cuts to the heart of our species’ self-perception.
    Is Violence Embedded in Our DNA?
    Research suggests that throughout our evolution an innate tendency toward fighting shaped human anatomy.
    l.facebook.com
    http://bit.ly/2wMgUHo
    …………………………………

    This is what I have been positing for a long time.

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  46. Money Brain, August 11, 2017 at 12:38 PM #

    Vinni,
    This has been my main point—ALL humans have a checkered history filled with violence. Were the Vikings not deadly marauders in Nth Europe? Should Brits receive Reparations from Norway et Scandinavia? Should I receive Reparations because those in control in the UK sent my family down into coal mines and many died of black lung before age 25? Would I deserve $$$$$$$$ for NOT suffering like them? NONO.

    Like I say assistance with the new hospital, better education via computers/ electronic etc devides for all. in Bim.

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  47. Vincent Haynes August 11, 2017 at 12:45 PM #

    MB

    Thanks for reminding me to post this on the other site for our provocateurs.

    We are ad idem on the role of our genetic construct leading to violence.

    Likewise we will never agree on acceptance of a hospital or any such thing.

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  48. Talking Loud Saying Nothing August 11, 2017 at 1:13 PM #

    @ Money Brain and Bush Tea,

    Money Brain, August 10, 2017 at 9:10 AM #
    WW,
    ” Nothing will change until a major Outside Force takes control in order to have a TOTAL RESET.
    Too much Corruption.”

    Would this outside force that you talk of, be the one mentioned in the link below? Be very careful for what you wish for.

    https://www.rt.com/op-edge/399004-colonialism-venezuela-empire-us-britain/

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  49. Money Brain, August 11, 2017 at 2:39 PM #

    Talking Loud,
    The reality is that Corruption has never worked for the man in the street. Sometimes people and countries need a good clean out or Purge in order to move forward. If they are not enough powerful and honest professionals internally to act on the corruption then it would have to come from outside. Bring in the Canadians to sort it out and maybe consider that the man in the street would be better off if we were a Province. The Politicians would be the losers so fugget about it, they care about themselves first and only.

    No country is perfect, it is who can help solve Bim’s problems quickly and comprehensively.

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  50. Well Well & Consequences Observing Blogger. August 11, 2017 at 7:12 PM #

    “This month sees some significant anniversaries in the struggle against old-style colonialism. The trouble is that colonialism didn’t go away after countries in the developing world formally achieved their independence from Europe’s ‘Great Powers.’
    It was replaced by a new form which proved to be more destructive and immeasurably more dishonest than what went before.”

    That is the way it will remain as long as countries are dependant or targeted by the selfish, greedy and exploitative Europeans or North Americans etc of the world for their wealth and natural resources.

    MoneyB…you still insist on advocating for aid and handouts…which are equally destructive…

    …..how has it helped in the last 50 years, this aid and handouts from Europe, most of it was probably stolen and never reached the people it was meant for, just look where they are, hope you watched the live stream today, none of the titled idiots with their taxpayer funded miseducation, monthly salaries and perks know what to do…..or say.

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  51. Money Brain, August 11, 2017 at 7:40 PM #

    ww,
    Seems to me one way of cutting the Corruption quickly. I did not support passing Aid etc through Corrupt Politicians hands, that would be gross stupidity. Purge the Corruption and Disarm the criminals, place the youth in a Military styled camp environment to learn Discipline of mind/ body. Educate / Train them according to their abilities and interests ie from Drs to garbage collection. It will work if conducted properly naturally it must be combined with Economic Reforms based on at least 5 industry/ Services and JOB creation. I know foreign owners who gave Bim a try and left disappointed because of poor Telecom service for example.
    In recent years Bajans have not been encouraged to think with the correct Success Attitude or to work hard.

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