The government and DLP supporters are pleased for the distraction the Maria Agard disagreement with her political party offers. […]
Submitted by Heather Cole (The Barbados Lobby) It may be a sign of the times because three major occurrences can be resolved swiftly by the electorate of Barbados. […]
Submitted by Beresford In dire times, while the society rallies in national survival mode, driven by personal crises, there is always that element that crassly exploits the desperate times for solely their own good. As Barbados struggles and becomes daily weighed down under the onslaught […]
Submitted by Douglas Press time… nothing like the Opposition Leader smiling in the dailies with people that once thought very little of her. Mottley is now faced with a public relations fiasco going into the next Annual Conference […]
Submitted by Douglas “The challenge is, as represented in the Peter Wickham poll, that Ms Mottley . . . faces a problem of being accepted by the society at large and faces a problem of being accepted by a cross-section of the BLP,” Arthur told the media at his UWI, Cave Hill office. “The BLP […]
Submitted by Douglas DEAR Mia, It has been over a year since we parted company as party colleagues. I thought it provided us with an opportune time to reflect on the progress we have made on our separate political journeys. I must say M, I feel refreshed and invigorated since […]
During the Presentation of the Financial Statement and Budgetary Proposals 2015 the intelligence of Barbadians was trivialized (or was it) by the debate whether Lowe has earned a Doctorate or leader of the Opposition possesses the requisite qualification to practice law in Barbados. Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur has routinely described contributions to debate in […]
Barbadians listened with rap attention to the demolition job inflicted by Leader of the Opposition Mia Mottley on the government to expose the Cahill Waste-to-Energy scam. It boggles the mind OUR government would be swayed […]
It is the turn today (16/06/2015) of the Leader of the Opposition Mia Mottley to reply to the 2015 Financial Statement and Budgetary Proposals. BU has little doubt the four hour period allotted will be used to poke holes in many of the proposals the minister of finance delivered yesterday. […]
Submitted by Douglas
1. George Payne vs Eddmond Hinkson an unnecessary high court suit still not resolved since the start of her term as opposition leader OFF AND STUMBLING!
2. The bitterness and the display of spite – Full of malice she began by refusing to name Dale who was good enough for Owen as her deputy ——-nor has she named any one else for that matter! (But The world is Mottleys and the rest are pawns in her personal power game).
3. Wasted opportunity :Appointing the biggest disappointment in Christ Church Dr “smut matters most ” Walcott to the senate. Does he lead the young and un impressive Wilma Abrahams or is Wilma leading him ?
The following is the Witness Statement of Dale Dermont Marshall who was Chairman of what BU describes as the tumultuous BLP Parliamentary meeting held on 25 February 2013 to select a political leader. Dale Marshall Witness Statement (1) Dale Marshall Witness Statement (2) Dale Marshall Witness Statement (3) Dale Marshall Witness Statement (4) Dale Marshall […]
The following was extracted from the witness filings in the Edmund Hinkson versus George Payne Barbados Labour Party affair: Edmund Hinkson versus George Payne (1) Edmund Hinkson versus George Payne (2) Edmund Hinkson versus George Payne (3) Edmund Hinkson versus George Payne (4) Edmund Hinkson versus George Payne (5) Edmund Hinkson versus George Payne (6) […]
The following is a statement issued by the leader of the Opposition Barbados Labour Party Mia Mottley. The action by Mia Mottley may prove to be a defining moment for her in the battle of public perception over BLP leadership. If she is able to rally her troops on Thursday, it will go a long […]
At a time Barbadians are crying out for leadership the official Barbados Labour Party (BLP) has pursued a strategy to retreat into political obscurity. In the same way many believe the government is responsible for rolling out policies that are heavily influenced by the dictates of international lending and credit rating agencies so too the […]
Submitted by Political Commentator It seems as if Trevor Precod is hell bent on reducing further – if that is really possible – his already less than impressive political career. At a time when Prescod as the oldest Member of Parliament both on the BLP and DLP benches should be focusing on creating some kind […]
Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler suggested during the 2014 Estimates Debate that Opposition Leader Mia Mottley has allowed her political soul to be host for “two political germs”. Sinckler has become known for his rumshop political lexicon but did he go too far or should his vitriol be regarded as part of the cut and […]
Submitted by Douglas Barbados’ social and economic livelihood is currently under threat from infestation by an insidious phage which is more devastating than Ebola, SARS or Chikungunya. This deadly pathogen is M.I.A. – Megalomaniacal Insidious Amoeba. MIA must go! The MIA phage had tried to over run and corrupt Barbados in the period 2008 to […]
Submitted by Douglas A few weeks ago in the article titled ‘Its Friday Mia!’, her bluff was called regarding the change of strategy from attacking The Minister of Finance to the Prime Minister. As usual, nothing happened. In that article as well it was predicted that there will eventually be a political obituary entitled ‘The […]