Submitted by Ras Jahaziel Destroying the lie of Black Emancipation, and setting in motion the necessary project of SELF-REPARATIONS that first begins with the painful task of introspection.
Well known Bajan Elton Elombe Mottley delivered a lecture at the Barbados Workers Union, Solidarity House on March 02, 2017 with the theme How to build Barbados over the next 50 Years. An audio recording of the event was received by Barbados Underground to share with the BU family. Until Elombe is able to share […]
Barbados Integrity Movement Open Letter to the Fair Trading Commission -Proposed BNTCL Sale to SOL GROUP
Submitted by the Barbados Integrity Movement (BIM)
Extracted from Caribbean Trade Law and Development website. Less than a month after taking office, the Trump Administration received another judicial blow yesterday to one of its major policy actions. The United States’ Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in its decision in State of Washington v Trump dismissed the Government’s motion for a […]
Is is true the Barbados Rally Club receives a yearly subvention from the Barbados Tourism and Marketing Inc of $2 million? If so, how is this money is utilized?
Extracted from Caribbean Trade Law and Development website Mark the date Tuesday, January 24th at 9:30 am on your calendars! That is the date on which the United Kingdom’s highest court will deliver its highly anticipated judgment in the appellate case of R (on the application of Miller and another) (Respondents) v Secretary of State […]
Here is wishing everyone in BU land a Happy Christmas. Members of the BU household wish to extend a hearty thank you to all who shared comments and submitted contributions in 2016. The social media space continues to grow and exert influence in our community despite the naysayers. Let us continue to highlight the issues […]
The members of the BU household are saddened to learn of the passing of a member known to us as Amused. Mere words cannot express our sorrow on his transition to the realm of the afterlife. We extend our condolences to the family of Amused. May he rest in peace.
The following was posted to Facebook by Minister Denis Kellman who acted as Minister of the Environment for a short period. Denis Kellman 1 hr · As Minister Of the Environment I toured the plant and the swamp and what I was told about he plant and its capacity to function perfectly . I was […]
The following video shows TWO ZRs in the right lane at the Collymore Rock roundabout. The first ZR (can you make out the number?) runs the red STOP light to go straight from the right lane. The second ZR (also in the right lane) goes straight on the green traffic light to go right (can […]
Reproduced from Andrew Simpson’s Facebook page. Yesterday I attended, as a member of BAPE; on the invitation of the BWA, a meeting to address water scarcity and to build a roadmap toward achieving water security. Dr Mwansa made a presentation which was prepared by Anthony Headley that outlined hydrological, regulatory and universal understanding. Accepting that […]
Submitted by Brian Frederick Remembrance Day Remembrance Day is to remember those fallen or injured as a result of War. It is held on the day Armistice was signed the 11th day of the 11th month at 11 o’clock. Yet no Calendar in Barbados shows this day although the Parade is held on the following […]
The supposedly “honourable” Donville Inniss, Barbados’ Minister of Commerce and Industry, is a liar of the highest pedigree, as is evident by his outrageously mendacious comments about the racial self identification of David Comissiong while a teenage school-boy at Harrison College. (In a recent debate in the House of Assembly Inniss claimed that David Comissiong […]
Compiled by Due Duligence There was a prominent advertisement by TerraCaribbean in the Globe and Mail Report on Business today featuring this property:- There is no guide price as the property is being sold via a bid process. All interested parties are invited to submit their bid on or before December 12, 2016 Given the […]
Several months ago, I wrote an article entitled Independence: A Blessing or a Curse. The next week, it was my intent to write an article on how the banking sector fits into the equation. I also intended to put in an insert from my manuscript. Then I wanted to include Ann Riley-Fox’s story. However, I […]
It seems there is a consensus among key stakeholders in the education sector changes are required to the our education system. We have become long winded about how the changes should be implemented -we note that Minister of Education Ronald Jones does not agree. A good point of entry –BU suggests – is to implement […]
Submitted by Norman Dat What have we become? We call ourselves civilized Maybe to some We’ve left the mechanized And become so dumb Become so computerized But our minds so numbed Are still cluttered with evil With sparks To lend an ear to the devil How so-called civilized are we when From bottom to top […]
Barbados finds itself on a website labeled as a country generating the 6th highest output of garbage per capita in the world. Do we have a plan to implement a relevant waste management solution Dr. Denis Lowe? Read report – Countries Generating The Most Trash Per Capita #vote