Suleman Esuf:The Fear Of A Lawless Society

The bedrock of a stable Barbados post Independence has been a reliable justice system. Not perfect but stable. Increasingly in the last decade there has been obvious deterioration to the delivery of justice in Barbados. Many Barbadians though remain ignorant about the level of manipulation affecting the justice system. The government in office has a mantra about building a society and not only an economy. The inaction by the government is inconsistent with building an economy. How is it possible if the justice system can be manipulated by criminal elements?

Again we highlight this blog posted on the 16 October 2010. What is the status of this case anyone!

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On Thursday October 14, 2010 Suleman Esuf was granted bail of 1 million dollars with two sureties of $500,000.00 in the Bridgetown Traffic Court. We recall Esuf was charged with having a traffickable quantity of cannabis stated as 2778.38 pounds with a street value of 11 million dollars.  It should come as no surprise that Esuf was granted bail. In our system of jurisprudence a person is considered innocent until proven guilty. In a case which does not involve rape or murder and if you have the money for the best lawyers little time is spent on remand. In this case Esuf had a cooling-off at Dodds prison for one month. He returns to court March 8, 2011.

BU continues to be very perturbed at the lawlessness which has become prevalent in our small society. The establishment in Barbados maybe comfortable with Commissioner Darwin Dottin’s statistics but a more than…

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  1. pieceuhderockyeahright August 18, 2014 at 8:17 PM #

    @ David [BU]

    I think it was only yesterday that while commenting on a submission to a young man called Damian I made the comment about the disparity between the haves and the have-nots in this Bulbados.

    The judge who granted this bail should be disbarred from the bench, as should the Director of Public Prosecutions.

    This is indeed a travesty of justice when he is now going to be free until next year during which time some of the evidence is going to disappear from the evidence room, enough to have the case thrown out and enough that the various persons involved in the matter will be greatly enriched, so much so that there will be adjournments enough to render this case a waste of time.

    Gaza Crime as relates to crime in Chapman Street and Marl Hole is defined as some gun shots and the body of one of our young men lying in the street for huours while the police pretend to take measurements and do forensic work like they saw on TV last night.

    Crime in the heights however has another flavour, high powered rifles coming in on the yachts and catamarangs at the Yacht Club, and cocaine smuggled in in chasis and imported in the suitcases of the minister etc.

    It will change WHEN the indiscriminate gun use brings bullets to the bodies of the children of those living in the heights, when campus trendz plays out in Broad Street and Lashley and Walcott’s relatives bleed to death on the same street.

    Day run til night catch it…


  2. Caswell Franklyn August 18, 2014 at 8:19 PM #

    It has always been the case in this country where jail is almost always the exclusive preserve of the poor lower classes. When those with money and influence commit crimes the matters are adjourned without date and nothing is heard of since.

    I well recall a case where a high profile person was before the court at Boarded Hall for having sexual intercourse with his under aged stepdaughter. A phone call was made and the matter was not heard of again. He remains high profile.

    That is the system in Barbados and I believe that the subject case would have gone the same way.


  3. ac August 18, 2014 at 8:34 PM #

    but yet wunna hypocrites still support organisations that hire people of ill repute like one in our local media,,,


  4. Dompey August 18, 2014 at 9:23 PM #

    Caswell Franklyn

    I got news for you brother because your picture of the judicial system in Barbados, as it relates to poor people is the same else way in the world sir. Have you heard the American saying that, ” When celebrity walks through the front door, justice walks out the back-door?” Money make this world go around and it could buy anything if the price is right.


  5. GEORGIE PORGIE August 18, 2014 at 9:40 PM #

    for god’s sake who cares too hoots about the american saying


  6. David (not BU) August 18, 2014 at 10:24 PM #

    what makes me wonder is how much more has been imported in that time frame.


  7. Colonel Buggy August 18, 2014 at 10:34 PM #

    GEORGIE PORGIE | August 18, 2014 at 9:40 PM |
    for god’s sake who cares too hoots about the american saying
    Perhaps you should point out that to our political leaders,who take great joy in enlightening expats in North America on things that they are reluctant to speak to the local populace about, and are at the beck and call of the Diaspora when they come avisiting with grand promises.
    But have you ever check out the outline of the map of the United States. By design or not, the State of Florida looks like a bit of turd being dumped on the Caribbean.



    Lawless Society@ their is no Law, law, LAW in the Barbados Lawless Society , Only PARTY favors and slide of hand lips and words and snickering behind the back of the voters who, then sold their right for 300 slavery bds$. To now pay back in site tax, vat tax, land tax on people who dont even own land, Land tax bill is a rent bill going to the DLP and not the owner of the land , Which is more than land rent of 500$bds a year.


  9. PoPo August 19, 2014 at 12:34 AM #

    File lost thus no case to answer.


  10. PoPo August 19, 2014 at 12:39 AM #

    @Ac, ypu are such a rasshole idiot that you make goat look silly


  11. PoPo August 19, 2014 at 12:43 AM #

    It only a matter of time before the boys on the blocks turn the guns to the purveyors of inequality and injustice. Jamaica and Trinidad are examples


  12. PoPo August 19, 2014 at 12:48 AM #

    @Caswell franklyn, is the DPP fit for the job if he is selective in his prosecution. As a former popo I received calls to squash reports. Ah had to cuss a Stationnat District A for that many year ago.


  13. Bajan Yankee August 19, 2014 at 12:55 AM #

    FRI, SEPTEMBER 17, 2010 – 7:26 PM
    FRI, SEPTEMBER 17, 2010 – 7:26 PM
    A YOUNG BUSINESSMAN held in connection with the discovery of more than $11 million in drugs in a container at the Bridgetown Port was ordered kept in jail after he appeared in the District “A” Traffic Court.

    Suleman Esuf, 22, of Redman’s Village, St. Thomas, was not required to plead to having a traffickable quantity – 2 778.38 pounds – of cannabis and doing acts preparatory for the purpose of trafficking in cannabis, between April 1 and July 26, this year.

    The drugs have a street value of $11 073 560.

    Prosecutor Acting Station Sergeant Junior Kirton objected to bail pointing to the seriousness of the drugs and the weight.

    “I understand this is one that will be dealt with at the high court,” the prosecutor said.

    He further told the court Esuf was already on bail from the High Court for other offences of illegal possession of a firearm, violent disorder and serious bodily harm.

    However attorney Andrew Pilgrim, who appeared with attorney Lesley Cargill, explained the dates of the alleged drug offences pre-dated the other offences for which Esuf was granted bail.

    “I think we need to take our guidance from the Act which outlines fines of up to $500 000. If the court were to grant bail as high as that, if the court was of the view that a curfew was necessary or even reporting to police, we would be amenable to that,” Pilgrim said.

    However, Magistrate Christopher Birch remanded the accused to HMP Dodds until October 15 when the accused will reappear in court.



  14. Bajan Yankee August 19, 2014 at 12:56 AM #

    Wunna people aint know wuh wunna really talking bout, this man is the son of S.Y. Adams… this case may go tru the eddoes just like the Abeds case years ago….


  15. Bajan Yankee August 19, 2014 at 1:03 AM #

    Esuf, who was already out on bail on shooting and gun charges was granted bail on the drug smuggling charges a few days ago!

    The shooting charges arose out of two separate incidents on Friday 20th August, 2010 and they sure sound like drug dealer “knee capping” to us. Here’s what the Barbados police said at the time…

    “1. A 31 year old Christ Church man, received gunshot injuries to his left knee and right leg whilst at Cane Vale, Christ Church; and
    2. A 20 year old Christ Church man, received a gunshot injury to his right buttock.”

    The absurdity of the Nation newspaper referring to Esuf as a “businessman” is only exceeded by the idiocy of granting bail for major drug smuggling charges to a 22 year old member of organized crime already out on bail for guns and violence.

    Welcome to Jamaica, folks!


  16. pieceuhderockyeahright August 19, 2014 at 2:55 AM #

    @ Bajan Yankee

    You said and I quote “welcome to Jamaica”.

    Three words, almost a Tourism Advertisement that bring with it a state of dread, one which once released CANNOT BE TURNED BACK!!

    I don’t know what generational sin we black people have committed that has us so cursed!!

    Wherever we are it would appear as if we are the scourge of the earth just a stones throw from monkeys.

    We are 95% of the population and like I am LEGION, the spirits that inhabited that individual as is recorded in Mark 5:9, what we bring to the world is marked in suffering and shame, for where else in the history of mankind has there even been a situation where a race of people have stormed an EBOLA quarantine cline to loot it?

    Our entire social, political and economic system has been in shambles for years and each day an nex nudder BUHKVNT across the vast 260K coloured people landscape called Bulbados, does mek it dem business to show how ingrunt dem is.

    No one can bring the Jamaica’s of this world back from that state and whereas Jamaica is 4,244 sg. miles, Bulbados, at 144 sq. miles, ent got enuff land mass fuh we tuh run way from de bullets.

    Birch lock Suleman up, who let he go till March 2015?


  17. David August 19, 2014 at 6:42 AM #

    Why would anyone seek to politicize the issues that confront the judiciary in Barbados?

    When BU started to expose the failings of the judiciary in Barbados we were ridiculed.

    Now we are reading editorials in the traditional media and other social media about the same issues.

    We isn’t the media not actively promoting this issue in the same we do the political and economic issues?

    The traditional media seems to have an aversion to covering governance issues on a consistent basis.


  18. pieceuhderockyeahright August 19, 2014 at 7:02 AM #

    @ David [BU]

    To answer your question I will use this example “The Satanic Verses”

    Note that Father Eloysius and “Death Shall not Touch the Other David” he of the fatted Calf Durant are noticeably absent when it comes to making any public announcements in their churches about ISIS, Islam fundamentalists and beheading Christians.

    IT is quite simple really self preservation.

    These fellows who are save in the blood, like preaching bout Jesus and God and the Resurrection BUT dem does not want to join the Trinity until they have gotten all of the tithes out of the bretheren and sisteren heah pun earth.

    You really tink dat Vivianne Gittens, Kaymar Jordan, Peter Harris, Carl “de More de monkey climb de mo’ yuh does see he tail, Sankey Price (de fellow who was talking bout de back strokes de schooolgirl dit putting pun de schoolboy, you really ting dat dem, who real real address is known to Suleman and Haloute gine risk putting dem name in de paper bout dis gun violence en ting, fuh Suleman tuh sen sumbody and bus a shot in dem kneecap?

    May D I know dat ent what you saying, ah tall, ah tall.

    No dem ballsless citizens does keep it safe and push articles bout TB workers and severance pay, and whu sort uh lock Barach use pun de doors uh de Warrens complex, safe tings me brudder safe topics that ensure longevity.


  19. David August 19, 2014 at 7:10 AM #


    In other words they are scared. Our leadership individuals and entities responsible for weaving a wholesome society are scared.


  20. pieceuhderockyeahright August 19, 2014 at 7:39 AM #

    @ David {BU]

    Yes siree

    “And how can men die better, that facing fearful odds, for the ashes of their fathers, and the temples of their gods…?” is not pat of their vocabulary.

    Interestingly the reason that the US have been unable to put a dent into the suicide bombings lies in the very same issue..choice of death, which WILL COME, being attractively packaged with 21 vestal virgins.

    So Vivianne, having reached heights that her low beginnings never anticipated WILL NOT now stick out her neck to “offend” anyone as will her media colleagues because we playing it safe.

    Doan mind we are prisoners to the burglar bars and alarms all round we house, we is not gine dead fuh nuh intangible concept of right and law, no sah, causing if dem bus a cap in we ass fuh talking bout lawlessness and crime and violence dat gine mean we ent gine to government house to shake Belgrave hand round Community Independence Celebrations time.

    Empty Shadows of Men, Women and In-betweeners that we have become, biding time until called to the great beyond.

    David, looka me heah talking wid a big mouf bout dese tings, hiding behind a mek-up name, fearful uh lawsuits fuh defamation, victimization from politicians and we gine mek an example uh he, i lead as a shadow of a man….


  21. Life Changer + August 19, 2014 at 8:01 AM #

    @ The self confessed EUNUCH Dr David aka BU
    “It has often been said that power corrupts. But it is perhaps equally important to realize that weakness, too, corrupts. Power corrupts the few, while weakness corrupts the many. Hatred, malice, rudeness, intolerance, and suspicion are the faults of weakness. The resentment of the weak does not spring from any injustice done to them but from their sense of inadequacy and impotence. We cannot win the weak by sharing our wealth with them. They feel our generosity as oppression.”


  22. Easy Squeeze (Make No Riot) August 19, 2014 at 8:06 AM #

    @ David

    It is bad form to cover pending Court Cases in media as defendants can claim libel, prejudicial to the case to get it thrown out


  23. pieceuhderockyeahright August 19, 2014 at 8:39 AM #

    @ Easy Squeeze

    So let do ole man unnerstan’ something.

    You are saying that BU is in “bad form” to air (i) the former Commissioner of Police wire tapping Bajans under the direction of the current Leader of the Opposition OR (ii) blogging on the murders of those young women burned alove at Campus Trends prior to the case of the murder accused being heard OR more specifically, for yours is a noticeable specific comment about Suleman Esuf BECAUSE the defendent (s) can claim libel, prejudicial to Suleman’s case and get a case with 2700 lbs of trafficable drugs thrown out?

    So if I recall from Perry Mason dem does doan ask de potential jurors, if it is a case by jury, if dem knows anyting bout de matter or has been exposed to de matter pun de BU website?

    Now if I is to unnerstan’ you furder you is saying dat Adriel Brafwit/Nitwit in addition to de equipment from Israel dat up at Station A, and de equipment dat Mia used to wire tap we, also got a unit dat when de DPP Charles Leakycock point it at you gine say, whaplax he did exposed to BU pontificators en, whaplax he exposed to prejudicial information, en whaplax Suleman case dismiss?

    You tekking insulin like me or you pun cocaine?

    You like you is one uh SULEMAN family doah!


  24. Easy Squeeze (Make No Riot) August 19, 2014 at 8:53 AM #

    It’s not right / wrong issue I was pointing out it was legal bullshit lawyers use like defamation and contempt of court. I was pulling Davids coat to make him beware and be aware in case he didn’t know.

    It was a private conversation nothing to with you and your big ego


  25. Easy Squeeze (Make No Riot) August 19, 2014 at 8:54 AM #

    Whoops sorry pieceuhderockyeahright not GP
    strike out last sentence


  26. David August 19, 2014 at 9:41 AM #

    IF it is bad form for BU to cover with detail isn’t there the opportunity for traditional media to cover the issue globally? For example, what determines which case is heard or not heard in reasonable timeframes.


  27. Hants August 19, 2014 at 9:54 AM #

    So much to discuss David.

    Deja vu

    “And if the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT) does not get satisfactory solutions to mounting grouses, members at Parkinson Memorial will not be reporting for work on September 8 under principal Jeff Broomes.


  28. Easy Squeeze (Make No Riot) August 19, 2014 at 10:20 AM #

    Impartial statement of facts can be reported, Courts are weird, such as reporting about defendants criminal record is considered prejudicial

    Presumption of Guilt shouldn’t be implied as Court has to look at evidence.

    people are only alleged to have committed a crime until a verdict proves it


  29. David August 19, 2014 at 12:38 PM #

    The Attorney General confirmed today that the police force needs more recruits especially men. Also he resignedly advised that the police promotion litigation must run its course in the Courts. God help us if his is the case.


  30. Hants August 19, 2014 at 1:09 PM #

    “run its course in the Courts”

    So that could mean up to 10 years.


  31. Life Changer + August 19, 2014 at 2:19 PM #

    @ David @ BU.
    Basically, the capacity of some countries of engaging in a freer way in full disclosure through the media, coupled with the capacity of undertaking investigative journalism, can make a huge difference.

    I never favored any political party. Being a conservative or a liberal, a Republican or a Democrat, these are just labels that people use to categorize each other so that they can quickly decide whether or not they want to listen to what they have to say. Politicians are not interested in empathizing with each other. They simply try to do as little as possible in the way of serving the public while building their reputation among their peers, amassing power and wealth that is unimaginable to the common Barbadian citizen that they supposedly represent.

    Truth be told, It seems that for more than three decades Barbados has been going backwards. It’s far more difficult in this country today for a child from a poor family to become a middle-class or wealthy adult. Or even for a middle-class child to become wealthy. The major reason for me is widening inequality. The longer the ladder, the harder the climb. Barbados is now more unequal that it’s been for many years, with the most obviously unequal distribution of income and wealth. Equal opportunity has become a pipe dream for the younger generation and defiantly something Barbados should seek to accomplish together as a society. It neglects the organization of it’s economy, and therefore it’s social consequences. It minimises the potential role of democracy in determining the rules of the game, as well as the corruption of democracy by big money. It overlooks the strivings for social justice alone.

    Sorry Dr David, but all you hear every day, on this site is the comparison of Barbados with the rest of the world. Why not the Parishes here in Barbados, and what all of the Mp’s are doing to help. Seems all about personal vanity, impunity &reputation.

    Everyone does what he has to to survive. What’s in your wallet, you all do this for free….


  32. David August 19, 2014 at 7:38 PM #

    This comment was posted to the other Suleman enuf blog:

    The attempts to lionize the recently deceased D. Williams former CJ need to remain grounded in facts. Market vendor says that none of the decisions by Williams has ever been reversed. This is an error which should be corrected. In Gatherer v Gomez, Williams presided over the Court of Appeal, his fellow justices of Appeal were Husbands and Belgrave. The case is said to have reached the Court of Appeal in 13 weeks. The Court sided with the defendant, then bishop of the Anglican Diocese in Barbados. Chezley Boyce, attorney at law for Rev. Gatherer, took the appeal to the Privy Council which promptly reversed the decision of the Court of Appeal and upheld the decision of the trial judge.



    We need Open Courts, seem that lawyers and the crook judges dont want no one to know what is being said and making deals for favors to act like they know more law than other lawyer who train with the same books?

    Unless we know the Masons and others have agreements to cover for friends and family,Sir , QCs like Sir Ham and Quick Crook aka QC Ralph Thorne was always on the front pages of the paper having a good time while he also crook Violet Beckles ,

    no law , no law less , Just None at all crooks, liars and scumbags ,..


  34. Well Well August 19, 2014 at 8:15 PM #

    That Esuf dude is mad dangerous and violent and should not even be on the streets walking or driving, but yet he is, in other jurisdictions he would certainly be locked up until trial for the drugs and both shootings…is he even in Barbados that’s another thing, cause the Adams’ are from India and eventually send all their children born in Barbados, back to India….but since the Adams’ are strongly connected politically to Billie ‘the goat’ Miller, i am sure they get a pass for criminal acts.


  35. Well Well August 19, 2014 at 8:19 PM #

    Why would the young men in Barbados even be interested in joining the police force when there is such a glaring disparity in how justice is dispensed…….the wealthy and politically connected sell all the guns, drugs, commit most of the crimes, even murder and get a free pass…….who wants to be part of such a nasty and corrupt system.


  36. pieceuhderockyeahright August 19, 2014 at 8:52 PM #

    @ Well Well

    I beg to differ regarding your suggestion that because of the graft, lawlessness, criminal nature of the police that the young people dont want to be in the police force.

    De ole man once did in de police force in *** when i did had all me teet and me hair and what is now a water spout was de hammer.

    One of the phenomena that is now playing out worldwide is “the criminal with a badge” the warped mentalities that join the force, to maim, kill, rape and disadvantage the weak and defenceless under the cover of the uniform.

    And the Brotherhood, in understanding the fact that if your partner is a bad cop and you even report him, realise that you are placing yourself at risk that he can easily lead you into an ambush and leave you to die as retribution for your honesty.

    Officers in the RBPF tell me that they DO NOT LEAVE THEIR VALUABLES loose in the station!! That there colleagues are thieves.

    IF Darwin, a reasonably bright fellow can wiretap our collective donkeys, then, with admission tests with pass marks lowered to 40%, the calibre of intellect that we are getting, and the commensurate moral calibre means that the criminals now is we police officers.

    Liken it to former Minibus drivers with thousand of dollars in fines in traffic courts across Bulbados are now bus drivers employed by the Transport Board.

    I give you the Federales in Mexica man we ent even gots to go so far, why you tink de DEA doan gi’ no intelligence information to de Policemens in St Vincent and de one’s in St Lucia? Dem officers is drug cartel employees man!!


  37. Annie August 19, 2014 at 9:14 PM #

    I heard his files are missing….what a coincidence this came up today as I was just discussing his case two days ago with a colleague. He continues to live large and in charge with his garage full of cars and motorbikes and luxury…..not a care in the world.


  38. Caswell Franklyn August 19, 2014 at 9:26 PM #

    Well Well

    You have the wrong Adam family. The one connected to Billie is the Adam family from Lakes Folly.



  39. Gabriel August 19, 2014 at 9:38 PM #

    Reminds me of the Singh boys,Guyanese,sons of Ricky Singh the arch defender of former President of Guyana Jagdeo.
    The two boys got caught with a lot of ganja.The case was allowed to be heard in the lower court and as I recall a fine was slapped on them.I think they were fined$150,000.00 each.The fines were paid.The case for the crown was led by another Guyanese,DPP Leacock.
    Another Guyanese columnist Freddie Kissoon wrote that Jagdeo did the said Ricky Singh a big favour,in return for which Singh will forever sing the praises of Bharrat.Say what!


  40. Gabriel August 19, 2014 at 9:45 PM #

    David 7.38p
    The matter was originally heard before Justice Woodbine Davis.I recall seeing a photograph in a newspaper of then Dean Harold Crichlow shaking hands with Fr Gatherer post verdict.Davis was right in his judgement at the outset.


  41. Simple Simon August 19, 2014 at 10:42 PM #

    @Gabriel August 19, 2014 at 9:38 PM “Reminds me of the Singh boys,Guyanese,sons of Ricky Singh…The two boys got caught with a lot of ganja.The case was allowed to be heard in the lower court and as I recall a fine was slapped on them.I think they were fined$150,000.00 each.The fines were paid.The case for the crown was led by another Guyanese,DPP Leacock”

    And for their drug dealing ways one of the Singh boys was rewarded with the hand of Holmes Williams’ daughter in marriage. He married into the white Pentecostal aristocracy in Barbados man!!!

    When pastor’s daughters are marrying convicted drug dealers you know that we are lost man!!!


  42. Simple Simon August 19, 2014 at 10:52 PM #

    @Hants August 19, 2014 at 9:54 AM ““And if the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT) does not get satisfactory solutions to mounting grouses, members at Parkinson Memorial will not be reporting for work on September 8 under principal Jeff Broomes.”

    Maybe dem teachers at Parkinson just as bad behaved as the ones at Alexandra…and maybe we shouldda fire or retire Broomes and use the $600,000 we spent on the commission of Enquiry to buy supplies for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

    And maybe I am a

    Simple Simon


  43. Simple Simon August 19, 2014 at 10:59 PM #

    Suleman is living dangerously. His mother will hold her belly for him yet. He is unlikely to make it to three score and ten. His mother will hold her belly for him yet.

    I hear that the life expectancy of a drug dealer is about 27.

    For his own safety he ought to have been remanded.


  44. islandgal246 August 20, 2014 at 7:20 AM #

    Simple Simon it is the daughter of Ricky Singh who married into the Pastor’s family. A lovely and bright woman she is. She chose to get an education and move forward with her life. I am not sure who the sons married.


  45. Well Well August 20, 2014 at 7:25 AM #

    Caswell…….the Adam family are all related, they are originally from India, the amount of cousins, including the lake folly crowd like Abeda, who worked for Billie are all cousins and it will make your head spin, trust me on that.

    Piece……I should have said the cops who have any morals and ethics in this day and age would not want to be associated with that level of inequality in dispensing justice.


  46. Colonel Buggy August 20, 2014 at 1:46 PM #

    And the latest word on the street is that the son or sons of two prominent people in Barbados was caught recently coming through the airport with a dismantled and scattered pistol. He was detained by the police, but was later released scot free, after a hands-off phone call from the High Sheriff himself.


  47. Annie August 20, 2014 at 4:03 PM #

    A Sheraton family got fined 25000 for a pellet gun a couple weeks ago, not that they are not dangerous. Reprimanded in dodds . Why they don’t go after the real guns?


  48. pieceuhderockyeahright August 21, 2014 at 6:53 AM #

    @ Annie

    “Until the philosophy that holds one people superior, and another inferior..” Nestor Bob Marley is not a comment that is specific to the colour of ones skin.

    If you are poor,euphemism for low class, have not, from “gaza” or whatever is the flavour of the day, you going be a casualty of the court system that obtains in Bulbados.

    You remember when David Simmonds son get held at de airport years ago how that incident get gloss ovah?

    Elitism is alive and well in Bulbados


  49. David August 21, 2014 at 6:58 AM #

    What about the Pele Case, wasn’t Bree’s son involved. We have a copy of the Khaki aboys by Angela Cole. Itntersting!


  50. pieceuhderockyeahright August 21, 2014 at 7:33 AM #

    @ David [BU]

    Since Dame Nita and the Amnestry International get Bulbados to change dem laws bout hanging it brought with it a well known pronouncement from the rank and file “man I gine kill you and go and sit down in Glendairy and eat 3 square meals a day”

    But, among the haves in Bulbados theirs is and was the reality “I gine kill you (or otherwise brek de law) and I ent gine get a day fuh you”

    In the inequality of justice that is appearing every day in our newspapers, we are only seeing that reality being played out in the courts and across the Bulbados landscape.

    De ole man ent no psychologist but the burgeoning problems are endemic, all across our society, so it stands to reason that it is not only a gaza phenomenom, Highgate Park with the indiscriminate discharging of their gun and Atlantic Shores with the two White boys bunning down dat field as a lark, it is just that we letting go pun whu is right and giving sum uh we a free pass den wondering “why we gots dese problems, we ent do nuffin tuh deserve this …?”


  51. David August 21, 2014 at 8:11 AM #


    Maybe you are wrong ‘becoz’ David Ellis says so. He is often heard to say on public radio that if one listens to an element out there you are led to believe Barbados is falling apart. Now in case you don’t know, Ellis is de gorilliphant journalist in Bulbahdus, a shaper of public opunion.


  52. pieceuhderockyeahright August 21, 2014 at 11:43 PM #

    @ David [BU]

    I heah bout dis David Ellis fellow but i ent evah had de pleasure uh meeting he.

    He is a gorilliphant fuh trufe?

    De ole man, since dem tek out de Redifusion, doan hae nuh radio in de house.

    No I lie dere is a all-in-one darking blue radio tingy dat de granson gi me and de madam pun we 51st anniversary. He did say since he couldnt afford de blue sapphire date i did was had to gi’ she, he a least get half right, blue…

    It got too much buttons David en de ole man cyan unnerstan dem so i does doan interfere wid it to much. He did try tuh teach me bout de power button but one day i went in dey and press de button and one uh de grans did lef it pun Hypadog mackeson hour, at nearly all de volume!!

    Man David it nearly kill de ole man, man i press every button but de power button and since den I ent touch it nuh more.

    I gine hafta get a man in de know, like Caswell, Hants or BT tuh tell me bout he credentials.

    I wudda axe AC but i ent know if dem wud oblige me tuh fill in de ole man oun de Ellis details…I wunder if Baffy wud know Ellis?


  53. Hal Austin August 23, 2017 at 2:42 AM #

    Who was the magistrate that granted Esuf bail? What has happened to this case?



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