Submitted by the Mahogany Coconut Think Tank and Watchdog Group
“I think the Government needs to be more (in) consensus. I do not think the Government has the answers to the problems of the economy. I am not sure it is on this side either but we have to move together, we have to work together for the good of the country.”
BLP Opposition MP, Mr. Gline Clarke, Nation Newspaper, Wednesday, November 27, 2013
The Mahogany Coconut Group and thousands of other right thinking citizens should now be very clear, that the BLP/DLP collective has hit a brick wall, and has thrown its hands up in the air in utter despair. Mr. Clarke a minister in the last BLP/DLP government has now spoken the truth: The Government does not have the answers and the Opposition is equally hopeless.
We note that nobody from the BLP/DLP has questioned the accuracy of Clarke’s statement. This means that Clarke is unimpressed with his leader Mia Mottley and his Prime Minister, Freundel Stuart. It was the best independence gift Barbadians got from any of the thirty jokers in their Parliament – the gift of truth.
It was the MCG that called for a government of national unity, after the razor thin election result (16-14) but we were scorned by the opportunists, who believe that a national government will weaken their strangle hold on the pathetic governance of Barbados. We will continue to promote governments of national unity throughout the Caribbean because we are confident, that the peoples of the Caribbean are sick of the current dispensations, which are masquerading as Labour Parties; Democratic parties etc. When indeed they are neither for labour nor democracy. The parade of misplaced, basically visionless men and women, mostly from the corrupt legal profession, and the equally corrupt intellectual class, hoodwinking Caribbean people, must come to an end. We did not survive four hundred years of Massa; to be enslaved by those who are now mismanaging the region.
We will continue to urge men and women of all colours and professions to come together and rescue our region from impending doom. We will not apologise for calling a spade, a spade. We will say to the Right Honourable Gline Clarke, thank you for finding the truth, after you were a real and ruthless participant in the game that has finally brought Barbados and the entire Caribbean to the brink of social and economic disaster. But as we were taught but our elders: it is never too late to do the right thing. We now implore you to join the Mahogany Coconut Group in its quest for a new Caribbean Nation. Thank You for your honesty.