The following letter was shared by a trusted source – David, blogmaster Dear Editor, The Sandals Barbados fiasco: Throwing out the baby with the bathwater, otherwise known in the Caribbean as snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. My name is James Bristol. I am a lawyer from Grenada and I negotiated the incentive agreements with the government of BarbadosRead more
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Submitted by PUDRYR “…As long as this blatant system of injustice continues and bajans openly tell you that prison in Barbados is for Black people, we can put forward all the ideas we want to solve the problem but we will make no headway…” The Average man and woman in Barbados going listening to you, cause, like Barbados Underground WhistleblowerRead more
“Government’s first duty and highest obligation is public safety” -. Arnold Schwarzenegger “In the days when hyenas of hate suckle the babes of men, and jackals of hypocrisy pimp their mothers’ broken hearts, may children not look to demons of ignorance for hope.” ― Aberjhani, The River of Winged Dreams According to the literature, a tipping point is reached where the addition ofRead more
There is an inevitability to the predictability. In 1989 Red Plastic Bag won the Pic O De Crop final with De Country En Well. The blogmaster posted a blog on May 03, 2007 titled Our Nation Is Crying. The rise of violent crime in Barbados is responsible for 20 recorded murders at the time of posting this blog [23 March 2019].Read more
Submitted by a concerned party Just over, two weeks ago LIAT came to its staff seeking a 10% wage reduction to bridge a gap in funding left by Barbados not meeting its funding obligation to the restructuring program. The unions and staff present laid out several cost cutting and revenue generating programs that the company could use to fill theRead more
Press Release submitted by Colonialism Reparation Colonialism Reparation welcomes that the International Court of Justice has decided that the process of decolonization of Mauritius has not been lawfully completed and that the United Kingdom has an obligation to bring to an end its administration of the Chagos Archipelago and requests that the United Kingdom present apologies and compensations for theRead more
We write with reference to an article published in today‘s Sunday Sun and also republished online in the e-edition of the Nation newspaper as well as on its social media platforms. The article is potentially defamatory of our client for the reasons set out below, and at the minimum, is false… See two documents issued by Innotech to the NationRead more