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  1. harry August 18, 2012 at 7:28 AM #

    island girl i am a bajan of Irish slave decent we were here some 20 years before you Negroes were sold by your own people as slaves.
    you got a nasty mouth so try to figure this out “suck out my rass____”

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  2. harry August 18, 2012 at 7:32 AM #

    so island girl tek you black ars back to Africa.
    Africa for Africans.!!!!!!!!!hail salisia horse shit_.
    we is who learn wunna how to talk English and survive here .we was here first.
    go back home.

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  3. millertheanunnaki August 18, 2012 at 7:49 AM #

    @ harry | August 18, 2012 at 7:28 AM |

    You really are one dirty piece of “white” trash. Only a dirty mouth toothless white Bajan of criminal descent can cuss like a true Irish drunkard. Well done, harry! Just remember that although black Bajans whose forebears were sold into slavery still carry an indelible mental scar of identification yours, dirty mouth harry, were given away as waste of no social value and dumped in the badlands of St. John and its environs to decompose and degenerate both physically and mentally as supremely manifested in you, a recycled idiot.

    Deal with that, dickhead, before you are treated like a used condom and flushed away!

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  4. BAFBFP August 18, 2012 at 8:27 AM #

    I do not have a problem with Harry, in fact I think he would be fun to have a drink with. I share much of what he experiences and he would agree that idiocy knows NO race. In this part of the world the overwhelming proportion of people are of African decent and the overwhelming proportion of opportunities to encounter real stupidity AT ALL LEVELS of society is with Black people. I live here and accept that we are among the last to inhabit this land, but will not agree to sending anyone back to Africa. NO! A lotta dese idiots ’bout hey want dumping in the sea …! HA HA HA

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  5. David August 18, 2012 at 11:22 AM #

    @Sargeant

    Thanks!

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  6. Harry callihan September 3, 2012 at 11:03 AM #

    i am sorry for the English making you all slaves i fully back to find the original origin of ever bajan slave black and white and help them to get back home.
    passport etc.my ancestors came from Newcastle hill.on my mothers side.
    i would like my Irish passport.

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  7. Harry callihan September 3, 2012 at 11:06 AM #

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  8. Harry callihan September 3, 2012 at 11:48 PM #

    island girl is a illegal immigrant./don’t talk like no bajan to me
    tek care we don’t deport ya ass back to ya slums ya nasty mouth ass.

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  9. Harry callihan September 4, 2012 at 12:02 AM #

    boy MILLERVANILLERr you sure try to talk like you have lived abroad and have a brain but is just another import/emigrant/ and talk bout dirty mouth.wow
    nasty piece of work u are.but black bajans always like to hear themselves speak and use proper English.you are a funking African.can you speak any African?
    when you going to help find kony????????????
    you donating to the 23,000 African children that die of starvation each day?
    go sit in the corner ,and when i want to hear shit from you i will squease your head.! lol other wise shut to funk up.

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  10. Harry callihan September 4, 2012 at 12:37 AM #

    oh i was remembering ,anyone know what has been done about that big campaign speech by barrack Obama about making America self sufficient
    as far as power and cheaper gas .now gas more expensive than ever.lol
    it seems to have disappeared.—–was a big thing for him to get in and then
    nothing.
    same as barbados.a big bunch of promises to change what is unchangeable now.
    thanks to the heroes in heroes square. It should be called take the money and run square instead.
    i remember seeing tom Addams at the Carlisle[harbor whites] with a fields girl
    going off to the bath room to do some good coke up the nostrils.quite a hero.

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  11. Harry callihan September 20, 2012 at 11:32 PM #

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  12. Harry callihan September 23, 2012 at 10:05 AM #

    here is a suggestion……..———-
    can we find out who the salve masters in barbados were or are.
    or have they all fled and their decedents?.
    does anyone know who they are ????????????
    miller you know all !who are they?
    all this talk but do you realize that the English that are buying up barbados
    could be possibly the decedents of the slave masters back now things have calmed down to take over again.
    that thought ever cross your brilliant little brain mill..
    you know the ones that used to tie us out in the sun and whip us to death and rape our wives..do we know who their decedents are ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

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  13. Harry callihan September 23, 2012 at 10:31 AM #

    i at this point really don’t care as i am lucky enough to have duel citizenship and will be leaving barbados in the next few weeks for permanent.
    after living abroad. far away from here where there is 99% white people
    i could care less about this horrible little hell called barbados.
    good rid-dense to bad rubbish. is all i can say.
    when i get on that plane it will all disappear for you all to worry about.
    you see when you Negroes visit where i live abroad you have to be on your ps and qs .
    you can not behave like you do here or you will be removed by people like hells angles.they don’t like you all,Russian gangs either.the police that are all white mostly don’t like you all either.
    my glory is coming soon.
    i will be 5 hours flying time from Hawaii.where you can rent a car for 20 us a day.
    a new car.and Hawaiians don’t hustle the girls on the beaches .
    and their version of the ncc carry guns.
    and they Hawaiians don’t like Negroes also/ so paradise.
    no begging,just peace full people.
    and don’t mess with the Samoans that will be the last thing you do..
    best wishes tiny place i was born but has become a disaster.
    no applause needed….

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  14. Harry callihan September 23, 2012 at 10:59 AM #


    come and visit

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  15. millertheanunnaki September 23, 2012 at 12:43 PM #

    @ Harry callihan | September 23, 2012 at 10:05 AM |
    ” can we find out who the salve masters in barbados were or are.
    or have they all fled and their decedents?.
    does anyone know who they are ????????????
    miller you know all !who are they? ”

    They are the remnants of a dying breed of intellectually challenged and skin cancer afflicted socially marginalized lepers. You see what interbreeding and exposure to too much sun can do to a decimated group you so proudly belong to?

    Take your leprosy elsewhere but it will not halt the genetic degeneration caused by impregnating your immediate female family members and living with one another in the Sun you left thousands of years ago.

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  16. Sargeant September 27, 2012 at 10:23 PM #

    @David
    Do they play songs by African entertainers on Bajan radio? I am not talking about Seal who was brought up in London I am talking about songs from musicians who cut their teeth in Africa. Normally their music is classified as “World Music” in the record stores, where music that does not fit the North American mainstream is housed. Here is an example of a Ugandan song with a very catchy beat. It is a protest song by a Ugandan name Bobi Wine who was protesting the actions of a Jennifer Musisi (hence the title Jennifer be Gentle) and who is in charge of the Kampala Capital City Authority and is attempting to clean up the city much to the annoyance of the very poor who eke out a living selling and living in dilapidated shacks in the capital. The Gov’t banned it then backed off but it does not get airplay in Uganda but the Gov’t can’t control the Internet.

    It is in the Luganda language so I can’t understand the lyrics but I have the tune in my head and it just reinforces my belief that music is universal.

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  17. David September 27, 2012 at 10:32 PM #

    @Sargeant

    Are you serious? You get programs every now and then which feature African music but the daily ‘rotation’ of music typically does not feature African music. You are correct this song has a nice beat but when all is said and done it is not N.American or Jamaican which is the mainstream interest.

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  18. Sargeant September 27, 2012 at 10:47 PM #

    Here is one in English by Madagascar Slim (lives in TO) , I have it on Itunes but couldn’t locate it on Youtube. Among other things I like it for its optimistic message.

    http://www.myspace.com/madagascarslim/music/songs/good-life-good-living-48596223

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  20. nanci October 19, 2012 at 7:48 AM #

    barbados needs to pass a law about party noise in neigborhoods all hours of the night, its outrageous how home owners can get a license to open a food store/ party place and disturb the peace, the politicians should do something about that. Also I cant believe the principal sent kids home because of the wrong color shoes and short skirts, wouldnt it be a good idea to give them a warning, and some time to correct the problem, but let the kids stay in school? Most teachers/ principals are not concerned about teaching the children, they are more concern about exerting their ideas and thoughts on other people, and they know they have their union to back them up in all this bull ….

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  21. nanci October 19, 2012 at 7:54 AM #

    school uniforms and all the school attire came from the English style, one of these days barbados will adapt an idea to let kids wear to school whatever they want, its not what their wear, its about the teachers investing in the kids education, and stop using the kids as a pathways to teachers ideas. The principal should be sent home for wasting the school children and parents time, teachers in barbados have too many rights and many of them dont deserve to be teachers, because they only take the job for the paycheck. The same old thing is happening from way back in the 70’s when teachers if they had a bad day at home, could come into school and put out their anger and problems on the school kids, sometimes change is a good thing.

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  22. nanci October 19, 2012 at 7:57 AM #

    one more thing, I love barbados underground, it let bloggers express themselves and it inform readers about everything, the good and the bad, where else would we know about the mistakes they made with our water and light bills, where they over charge people and read the meters wrong, sometimes the workers dont even get out their vehicles, they just assume a bill from the last bill. Those workers should be looking for a job by now.

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  23. Lee Grant May 19, 2013 at 8:54 PM #

    Is anyone aware if the results of the 2013 census have been published? I have checked and cannot find them on the web. If the results are available can BU do an analysis of the trends and likely impact on economic and social policy?

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  25. iabingy December 4, 2013 at 10:59 PM #

    here is a king size story for you to ponder,
    it has been proven that feeding the green turtles ,the garbage they are fed daily by catamarans and other boats that actually hit them with their propellers.
    possibly now would be the time to really look at what you are doing in barbados.putting up a front about caring about turtles .because the stupid tourist want to swim with them.or face the truth.
    which is–https://www.facebook.com/notes/barbados-sea-turtle-project/swimming-with-turtles-in-barbados/233500173375352

    and further to that —-Adam Hanlon Interesting video. I really don’t like the behaviour here-of the turtles and the people feeding them. Whilst I am not against feeding per se, this seems like a very unnatural event.
    about an hour ago · Like · 1
    Barbados Kayakjack but the other tours feed them scrap with bones.i use soft jacks bait.
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    Barbados Kayakjack i am the one with the cross on and no shirt.
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    Adam Hanlon Whilst I am glad you are feeding them with a better bait, you are still changing their behaviour by feeding and interacting with them so vigorously. It does not sit well with me, but then others may find it acceptable…
    about an hour ago · Like · 1
    Barbados Kayakjack in barbados they sometimes have hundred people grabbing at them tourist.i only take 6 people at a time and wait till the crowds are gone.
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    Adam Hanlon So are you a tour operator offering these feeding sessions? If so, the fact that others may well not behave as well as you do, doesn’t change the fact that you are altering these turtles behavior (arguably to their detriment) for your commercial benefit..
    about an hour ago · Edited · Unlike · 1
    Barbados Kayakjack it is big industry big boats with big propellers but i use kayaks .here is a link to what you are saying but in barbados they were hunted to be eaten and their until about 15 years ago-https://www.facebook.com/…/swimming…/233500173375352
    Swimming With Turtles in Barbados
    In a recent BBC Wildlife Article (see image below), the Barbados Sea Turtle Proj…See More
    By: Barbados Sea Turtle Project
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    Adam Hanlon Once again, the fact that other people are doing it badly, and that they were seen historically as a food source, does not really excuse you exploiting them…I am all for interaction, and as I said above am not against feeding per se, but prefer to see interaction when the animal chooses it.
    about an hour ago · Edited · Like
    Barbados Kayakjack it is huge business in barbados
    Barbados Kayakjack’s photo.
    about an hour ago · Like
    Barbados Kayakjack i agree with you Adam of course,sometimes i have to chase the africans from running through them with jet skies.96%African Barbadians. not ingenious.
    Barbados Kayakjack’s photo.
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    Adam Hanlon Well if you weren’t encouraging them to aggregate in big groups by feeding them (in order for you to make money from them), they would not be there in big groups for people to run through on jet skis. The fact that this is happening shows that the feeding is having a negative effect at some level.
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    Barbados Kayakjack yes but the africans do not care about anything but money
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    Barbados Kayakjack i am a tiny part of it.everyday during the winter season over 1000 tourist will try to touch them from catamarans that carry 60 to 80 people each twice a day x20 catamarans.
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    Barbados Kayakjack i have tried.but it is 3rd world country.i would get shot,lol
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    Barbados Kayakjack all best wishes to all
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    Adam Hanlon How does that defend your behavior? Whilst you feed these animals, you are as guilty of chasing the dollar as anyone else? I don’t think that scale is an issue, you are either part of the problem or part of the solution?
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    Barbados Kayakjack agreed
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    Barbados Kayakjack
    Write a comment…

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  26. iabingy December 4, 2013 at 11:03 PM #

    turtle project allows Barbadian businesses to still feed and cause harm to
    the turtles everyday . and yet hide behind saving the sea turtles.
    what a crock.

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  27. David #3 January 17, 2015 at 12:15 PM #

    Maybe someone could check into this: http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/videos/911–false-flags/charlie-hebdo-shootings—censored-video.html

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  28. Hants March 1, 2015 at 10:45 AM #

    @ David

    Extraordinary search for missing woman.maybe this should be done for all “persons who go missing”

    Froma commenter on BarbadosToday “But for one little whitewoman who , by the way didn’t feel like going home and decided to chill out by somebody’s house – YOU SEND OUT POLICE, ARMY, RSS, ROVING RESPONSE TEAM, SCORES OF CIVILIANS,DRONES, DOGS AND HORSES ! OH AND WHATSAPP MESSAGES”

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  29. David March 1, 2015 at 11:12 AM #

    interesting Hants, will follow the debate raging on FB. There is a reality BU family is aware. We have to del with it.

    On Sun, Mar 1, 2015 at 2:45 PM, Barbados Underground wrote:

    >

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  30. Hants March 1, 2015 at 1:50 PM #

    A MEMBER OF THE NATION news team covering the search for St George woman Karen Harris was last night verbally abused by some members of the private search party. – See more at: http://www.nationnews.com/nationnews/news/64200/nation-photographer-verbally-abused#sthash.ssBL64mS.dpuf

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  31. Colonel Buggy March 1, 2015 at 3:57 PM #

    Hants March 1, 2015 at 1:50 PM #

    A MEMBER OF THE NATION news team covering the search for St George woman Karen Harris was last night verbally abused by some members of the private search party. – See more at:
    …………………………………………………………………………………………
    Served them right. When a black person,especially a female goes missing, the same media is quick to use some of the following descriptions her as :-
    Having broad shoulders. Thick lips .Broad mouth. A long head. Protruding forehead . Full breasted. Knock knees. Small eyes etc etc

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  32. David March 1, 2015 at 4:45 PM #

    It is interesting how minorities in Barbados close ranks around their own [interest].

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  33. David March 1, 2015 at 5:31 PM #
    Stetson Babb

    Family of woman who went missing issues statement about her disappearance: "We are aware of the interest surrounding the details of Karen being found at 18.43 yesterday (Saturday 28th).

    Once again we want to offer our sincere gratitude to all involved in the search for Karen.

    We want to clarify a number of points relating to the period she was missing and until she was found.

    She confirmed that she left for a run on Friday 27th; she is unsure of the exact route that she took.

    She spent the night disoriented and dehydrated in a cane field.

    She had not been physically hurt.

    Having found her way to a house in Moonshine, St. George, late on Saturday evening she was able to give the occupants (who were not known to her or her family) her husband’s phone number. The occupants recognised her from the Missing Person Flyers that had been widely distributed.

    Her family were immediately contacted (18.32) and police were also informed of her location. They went directly to the location and the family was reunited.

    She has been given medical attention and is resting.

    She had not been in contact with anybody since going missing at 17.00 Friday 27th February.

    We appreciate the overwhelming support and assistance from the Barbadian public, the Barbados Police Force, the Barbados Defence Force, the Roving Response team, the media and corporate Barbados during this difficult time."

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  34. Colonel Buggy March 1, 2015 at 5:58 PM #

    David March 1, 2015 at 4:45 PM #

    It is interesting how minorities in Barbados close ranks around their own [interest].
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    And for that they must be commended . Some years ago, while in a bus approaching the Queens Park gate, a large crowd in the road impeded the progress of the bus. A woman, suffering from a bout of fits was lying in the road, and not one of those persons crowding the poor lady, offered a hand to help her. A Bridgetown merchant in his Austin Westminster pulled up and asked, “Has any one called an ambulance?”
    Duhhhhhhh!!!!! No one had thought of doing such. Closing ranks or uniting in any way is foreign to us We are still in that “everyman brekking fer himself mode.”

    Last week a mother in the Belle area was still lamenting the loss of her son, who disappeared in the Belle area and has apparently turned into a ganga tree, cause that what the police and soldiers found, thus closing the case.

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  35. David March 1, 2015 at 6:00 PM #

    Why does it happen Colonel Buggy? Is it because we have so many more Blacks than Whites?

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  36. Hants March 3, 2015 at 12:27 AM #

    Massa day ent done yet.

    A MAN who was chased down on Friday night by three Caucasian men searching for missing woman Karen Harris, said he did not appreciate how he was treated by the group. – See more at: http://www.nationnews.com/nationnews/news/64269/search-fright#sthash.mVOHdhuW.dpuf

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  37. Alien March 3, 2015 at 6:15 AM #

    Sure ent – as a watchman, he should be armed to protect the property against intruders at that time of the night – not wait until the intruders are upon him. Hopefully he will be able to make to legal issue of it and be properly compensated.

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