@David,what rot are you talking? the DLP will be out of govt for at least 10 years. do we really think any person from the last bunch will be around politically at that time? your admonishment is a nonsense under those circumstances. Barrow and others were rejected too. politics is a strange game and the rejected can become theRead more
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Last week I returned to Barbados after taking a rather tedious, protracted but inexpensive route from Gatwick to Miami with Norwegian Airlines and onwards with the late American Airlines flight into Grantley Adams arriving around 11 pm. It is not recommended for the faint of heart, even if all involved flights leave and arrive on-time, which sadly they did not,Read more
Submitted by Dr. GP Relationships among servants of God in the early church. •We will begin with a few outlines to REVIEW THE BOOK OF ROMANS section by section in order to fix the message of this epistle in our minds. •Followed by a few GENERAL THOUGHTS ON THE CHAPTER…..leading into •MORE SPECIFIC DISCUSSION OF THE NAMES LISTED IN VERSESRead more
Submitted by Ras Jahaziel I Iktor Tafari If you free a people and continue to control all the land, and control all the money, you will effectively control all the people and keep them in captivity.That is what is meant by the term “CAPTIVE LABOR.” But if the enslaved are also unwise and brainwashed, you can easily trick them. HereRead more
The following is an extract from the Barbados’ 2018–19 Sovereign Debt Restructuring–A Sea Change? uploaded to the IMF website this evening (21/02/2020) – David, Blogmaster VII. LESSONS LEARNED AND CONCLUSION Barbados’ 2018-19 debt restructuring has made an important contribution to restore debt sustainability. It has reduced public debt and put it on a clear downward trajectory. To ensure that itRead more
Submitted by Mama Leah The link below is part of a conversation I captured on my mobile phone between myself and an Elder person trying to escape, albeit with no access to his own money or any money at all. If this is not a cry for help, you tell me. Barbados authorities, more often than not, get these reportsRead more
Submitted by Caleb Pilgrim CARICOM, the GOB and Minister Colin Jordan are perhaps to be congratulated on the recent, belated establishment of a CARICOM Administrative Tribunal and its inauguration in Bridgetown, as reported this past Monday. However, I would be remiss if I did not draw to the readers’ attention relevant historical antecedents and the fact that the GOB mustRead more