The Day the Local Media Blinked

Prime Minister Fruendel Stuart it is reported held a four hour meeting with members of the local press corps and addressed several issues that have been stoking national discussing in recent weeks and months. It is reported he addressed the Cahill Energy issue and that  he confirmed the government has pulled the plug on the project, however, contrary to what some have opined, he rubbished the view that government is exposed to being held financially liable for doing so by Cahill Energy. He expressed the usual rhetoric about concerns highlighted by the Auditor General in his 2015 report. Of interest to BU was his lack of confidence in the laws of the land which permit those charged with heinous crimes to be released on bail. To quote the prime minister ‘’it struck him for six’’. He touched on several other issues during his surprisingly lengthy press briefing and only time will tell if this was a sincere leader addressing his people or whether it was about espousing the rhetoric one expects at the start of the political season.

To be honest the calling of a press briefing by the Prime Minister flummoxed members of the BU household. This is a man whose period of stewardship of the country can be characterized by the words taciturn, silent and aloof. The BU household must be given the benefit of a huge doubt about the true motive of the Prime Minister’s press briefing. How many press briefings has Stuart held since the mantle of the office was thrust on him? He has refused to honestly communicate with Barbadians except when he does it on his terms usually at constituency meetings. For those who believe BU is harsh in our assessment he needs only to refer to a few of his Cabinet minsters who have echoed a similar few.

When Prime Minister Fruendel Stuart invited members of the local media to Llaro Court yesterday it was the perfect opportunity for them to have declined and send an unequivocal message to this government that the Fourth Estate must be respected. Instead they all seemed to have been intimidated by the Office of Prime Minister or were directed to attend by the bosses.

What does the Prime Minister mean when he hints that an increase in public servants salaries is in the offing if the economy improves? On the other side of his mouth he communicates rationalizing of statutory corporations will be implemented shortly. One does not have to be a rocket scientist to appreciate that there will be job cuts.  Are we not living in a country where banks are paying .25% in interest yet the Central Bank of Barbados is paying a savings bond rate of 7.5% and engaged in the printing of money based on the most recent Economic Review. Did he say he will defend the issue of the return of the 10% for parliamentarians?

Who will hold the government accountable? This is a local media who refuses to share the Cahill Energy documents with the wider public. We have posted the Ionics Freshwater Agreement and local media again has refused to share with the wider public. We have asked for full disclosure of the SBRC agreement while local media remains silent. We are aware that Bizzy William’s companies are major advertisers with local media houses. BU has taken the initiative to send links and messages to senior reporters on Facebook. Yet daily we have to listen to representatives from FLOW, DIGICEL et al being given easy access to the public airwaves. What we have is a commercialization of media products. It is only news if it fits a definition of their making.

What is a known is that with the advent of social media the traditional media will have to reform or become irrelevant, it is only a matter of time. What is known is that our politicians will have to become more transparent in policy making or bear a tarnished legacy to the embarrassment of kith and kin.


130 Comments on “The Day the Local Media Blinked”

  1. balance June 6, 2016 at 5:12 AM #


    Not at al Arta. A friend gave me two yardfowls last week and I stewd them down yesterday with green pawpaw and ginger and clove along with the other ingredients. Sweet for days Arta- Sweet for days.


  2. Well Well & Consequences June 6, 2016 at 6:28 AM #

    “Yeah!!! All the while hiding the money of every drug dealer, arms dealer, crooked politician, and capitalist criminal in the world.

    No wonder 100,000 of them can contemplate sending every adult $2,500 USD per month so as to relieve said adults of the burden and tedium of work.

    Yeah. Right.”

    Simple…don’t you think that is a better option than Bizzy, Cow, Bjerkham, Maloney, Tempro, DaSilva et al…thiefing ALL YOUR money for themselves….the swiss make sure their people benefit from their secrecy laws…all their people..leses Suisses sont rien comme les , bourriques égoïstes avides de politiciens à la Barbade , ils regardent pour tout leur peuple.

    Case in point….everyone and their mama from US, Canada, South Africa etc have offshore companies to the tune of 80 million dollars in 2015…in Barbados….do the people benefit from 1.5 to 2.5 taxes these people pay in taxes in Barbados…lying Donville said 25%..but he is a liar…I leave you to do the math, is Barbados benefitting from this arrangement, if you say yes, I would tell you, if the island benefited, it would not be in such deep financial doo-doo.

    The Swiss got it right, they been doing it for at least 70 years, reason why they are wealthy, the changing world dictates that they weed out the most vicious criminals from the arrangement.

    They know how to take care of their citizens and the people vote by individual referendum on what is best for them, yhey dont need a shitty politician to put their futures into the hands of thiefing business people, the people make their own decisions..the same cannot be said for the clowns for leaders in Barbados…they are all about self.


  3. Well Well & Consequences June 6, 2016 at 6:33 AM #

    BTW…do you know how many of the offshore companies in Barbados are gun runners, drug dealers, blood diamond smugglers, money launderers….tax evaders, etc…dont worry ya will find out soon enough…Panama Leaks remember….lol

    At least, if the politicians were going to sell the island, it should have been for something to benefit all the people, but small minds can only think small.


  4. Well Well & Consequences June 6, 2016 at 6:39 AM #

    Jeff Cumberbatch June 5, 2016 at 5:34 PM #

    A constitutional referendum option would doubtless be immensely popular here.

    Jeff…you are right, constitutional referendums would be very popular in Barbados and the Caribbean,mit would help create disciplined minds….rid the country/islands of political yardfowls, political pimps, corrupt politicians and greedy business people…the business people could suggest crappy ideas, but the voters could shoot down those ideas that do not benefit them, with finesse…lol.


  5. Well Well & Consequences June 6, 2016 at 6:51 AM #

    Jeff…knowing that the yardfowls and their master’s eyes are always glued to BU for fear they will miss something….nevertheless, it would be forward thinking for others to suggest to the leaders, to weave constitutional referendums into the present constitution….if it’s not already there.

    AC…I leave the auditor general’s report to beat you and your backward masters to death…if Fruendel does not take it to the DPP himself…I like having something to best yall over the hesd with…all the time…lol


  6. BaJan boy June 6, 2016 at 9:14 AM #

    @ Balance I guarantee you have never heard such negative comments about Mia as she has always been a very sociable and engaging woman with very good social skills. Sure none of us can say that for Freundel Stuart. He found himself thrust in a position of managing one of the developing world’s most progressive nations with no experience other than managing an office with a secretary and a maid and no formal management with a big ego and suffering from a superiority complex whilst he displays pure inferior behaviors.
    When Freundel Stuart could call Al Mundy his friend and I hope you are old enough to know who he is from old movie days. You should be asking yourself if this is a leader one should be proud of.
    He is classless,careless,carefree,stress free, indifferent and undeniably speightful. That is what leads what was one of the leading developing countries in the Western Hemisphere.


  7. Well Well & Consequences June 6, 2016 at 9:32 AM #

    Bajan boy….soon, Stuart could very well be jobless and have to return to criminal law and defending the same accused murderers being given bail…whom he is fraudulently pretending to know nothing about…I am glad the Bar Association put that fraud….on


  8. BaJan boy June 6, 2016 at 10:40 AM #

    @ well well&icon sequences lazy Stuart will never practice law again his bag boys have done well like getting a million dollars for a BWA letter only one of the few or like the case the late Tyrone Estwick was working on with the guy injured in the bus and his bag #1 took it over and got 5000.000. He has never in his life had the kind of money he is now making and with the pension and gratuity his lazy ass is making he done work. You will never know the number of clients he left Hung out to dry when he left the bar and some of the cases were as old as 15 years. One of the laziest to ever work in this profession.


  9. Bro beige June 6, 2016 at 12:01 PM #

    The timid Barbados media :

    Politicians , Government officials ( and others with ” pull ” ) give so called press conferences ( press luncheons ) and say to the scared bajan media ” you can’t ask the questions you want answered , you ask me the questions that i want you to ask me.


  10. David June 6, 2016 at 12:07 PM #

    Interesting to listen to Ellis explain today the invitation came in the form of an invitation to a luncheon to advise about 50th anniversary preparation.


  11. Well Well & Consequences June 6, 2016 at 12:58 PM #

    Bajan boy…for years before he made it as prime minister…I have heard of Stuart’s laxiness as an attorney and him screwing clients cases and just leaving the cases open and hanging, him becoming prime minister is the worst thing that could have happened to bajans.

    His own ministers complain about his laziness and many of them are lazy themselves…..they are all just there to collect a salary.


  12. Colonel Buggy June 6, 2016 at 1:48 PM #

    @Bush Tea June 5, 2016 at 8:21 AM “Give these so-called journalist a few sandwiches and a mauby.”

    The Barbados politicians should patent this invention, because one foreign company on the eve of retrenching hundred of their employees, invited the middle managers to a meeting , gave them the bad news, fed them with Pizza, and asked them to keep their mouths shut.


  13. BaJan boy June 6, 2016 at 6:30 PM #

    Well well @ consequences when this excuse for a man could tell bajans such a bold face lie that he didn’t know his school friend the CJ has introduced NY laws to Bim he should have been sent to prison himself. Can you telling that the excuse he has for and AG didn’t say anything in cabinet at any of the sessions that he was sober if he had forgetten them under other conditions. They are a bunch of disgraceful,classless indeifferent monsters masquerading as men who have brought our country to a low that it will see hell to get out…you cannot pick one and say he or she is better,six is half dozen and not one are worth anything


  14. David June 6, 2016 at 6:39 PM #

    As reported in today’s Nation Newspaper the PM told the media practitioners invited to llaro Court that he viewed the media as very important.



  15. Well Well & Consequences June 6, 2016 at 7:55 PM #

    Bajan boy…I was not aware the CJ introduced NY laws to Barbados, i thought that would have to go to parliament for approval….did not know Fruendel denied he knew either.

    What I understand is that the judiciary was getting help from the justice department with catching up on the backlog created by the likes of David Simmons and those responsible for destroying the function of the court system in the last 40 years…..please expand on this story.


  16. are-we-there-yet June 7, 2016 at 6:40 AM #

    This press conference is, in my view, merely another example of the PM’s penchant for misleading the public.

    He chose not the answer the huge number of questions raised about his administration in the recent No Confidence Motion where the Opposition could have probed his and his MP’s answers more deeply, opting instead to provide what at first blush might appear to be a reasonable case for his and his minister’s actions in a venue stacked in his favour to elicit puff ball questions and where it seems that he apparently tricked his media guests by inviting them to a feast to discuss the 50th anniversary celebrations more so than to a wide ranging press conference to show the populace that he was answering the questions raised in the no confidence motion in his own terms.

    That the PM continues to mislead the country might be indicated by analysing his comments and seemingly incomplete revelations on the CAHILL debacle.

    First, he misled the public by presenting the CAHILL plasma gasification project as one that could at any time be appropriate for a small country like Barbados by totally ignoring the fact that only sleeping MInisters could have looked at that project and taken the first step of effecting a “heads of terms” agreement without doing proper due diligence. Due diligence would have stopped it in its tracks immediately and exposed the Canadian promoters as charlatans from day one.

    In describing why he signed the “heads of terms” agreement he indicated that the agreement was vetted and approved by the SG. However “he resisted any effort to put pressure on the SG….”. Parse that carefully and see what is being hinted at there. In the normal scheme of things why should there have been an effort to put pressure on the SG? Who would have put such an effort on the SG? Why wasn’t it also stated that agreements signed by his 4 ministers on this matter were also vetted by the SG?

    Re. that agreement he said ” The stage was reached where the promoters of this project wanted an agreement signed to BIND THE GOVERNMENT…..”. The question might therefore be asked if this was the purpose of the agreement how come the high powered lawyers for the Canadian promoters were happy to agree to a document that evidently, in his estimation, did not bind the government but, as far as I recall from the BU leaked copy, clearly indicated somewhere “this binds the government”.

    The PM seems to be indicating that the Government is safe from litigation from the Canadians protesting the effects to them of our withdrawal from the agreements signed by the PM and others. Yet at a later stage in his presentation he says, as reported in the Nation of June 6th ” I don’t know that there can be any liabilities hidden anywhere for the Government of Barbados….There could be no contracting out of the statutory obligations of anyone who wants to establish a plant in Barbados”….

    But he goes on, in apparent contradiction to the above statements, “You can never stop anybody from putting you in court. A charge is not a proven offence. A suit is not a proven case either. The tragedy is, no matter how absurd a suit may be or a charge fanciful, you have to GO and answer it”.. Is that GO a subliminal admission that Barbados may indeed have to GO to England to answer such an unlikely suit?

    It seems that the Government’s legal team might have tricked the CAHILL legal team into signing a document without any teeth. So how ironclad is the PM’s indication that there will be no penalties to Government for extracting itself from the agreement? I wonder if Jeff or Caswell would put us straight on this one. I wonder if Mia would agree with the PM’s analysis, indeed I wonder if she recognizes that she has a clear obligation to pointedly and explicitly answer all the points made by the PM in his “press conference”. I wonder, in the event of a suit being brought against the Government on this matter, especially since it has to be conducted in England, if it would have a chance of being successful and what would be the likely penalties.

    This matter cries out for proper unbiased elucidation (Perhaps Kammie can do the honours). A quick perusal of the leaked CAHILL papers on BU as well as the other matters that were brought out in the various discussions here suggest that some of the PM’s statements might well be merely wishful thinking and that we might still be in some financial peril from the seeming careless signing of various agreements relating to the CAHILL scam.

    It should be noted carefully that the PM did not refer to any of the other agreements on CAHILL, signed by 4 of his Ministers whose expectations from the project were trumpeted globally about 2 years ago and exist prominently and undeniably in the electronic public domain.

    I wonder why?


  17. Bajanfuhlife June 7, 2016 at 7:01 AM #

    You have been getting a salary for 5 years.Your boss decides to cut $100 from your salary while the rest of the employees salaries remain at the current level. The boss then returns the $100 two years later and a**holes like Prodigal and Mia will run around the country and say – look they getting an increase for themselves.
    Give me a break.


  18. are-we-there-yet June 7, 2016 at 8:07 AM #


    In my 6:40 am post I did not properly read over the following paragraph.

    He chose not the answer the huge number of questions raised about his administration in the recent No Confidence Motion where the Opposition could have probed his and his MP’s answers more deeply, opting instead to provide what at first blush might appear to be a reasonable case for his and his minister’s actions in a venue stacked in his favour to elicit puff ball questions and where it seems that he apparently tricked his media guests by inviting them to a feast to discuss the 50th anniversary celebrations more so than to a wide ranging press conference to show the populace that he was answering the questions raised in the no confidence motion in his own terms.

    It should have read instead;

    He chose not to answer the huge number of questions raised about his administration in the recent No Confidence Motion where the Opposition could have properly probed his and his MP’s answers more deeply. He opted instead to provide what at first blush might appear to be a reasonable case for his and his minister’s actions in a venue, setting and occasion stacked in his favour. It has also been suggested elsewhere that some members of the media were apparently misled by an ostensible invitation to a feast at which a discussion of the 50th anniversary celebrations would be entertained rather than a wide ranging press conference designed to answer the questions raised in the no confidence motion in his own terms and time and thereby rubbish the statutory intent of a no-confidence motion.


  19. David June 7, 2016 at 8:53 AM #


    Restoring the 10% has evoked the ire of Bajans whether B or D. Some of us without jobs will not have to think too long come general elections time. By that time pensions for many on the government side would have been signed seal and delivered.


  20. are-we-there-yet June 7, 2016 at 9:35 AM #

    WW&C has been posting information that purports that Barbados has suffered another downgrade from Moodys. I haven’t seen it yet on the local media.

    Has the local media missed this one? Was the PM’s press conference last week an effort to preempt discussion on that important topic? Did WW&C make it up from whole cloth?


  21. Bajanfuhlife June 7, 2016 at 9:45 AM #

    @David – it evoked the ire of Bajans but based on a LIE told by a power hungry politician aka demon who could not be bothered by the truth but sought to exploit the emotions of “those without jobs” as you say by saying that people were secretly “increasing their salaries”. A lie by any other means David is still a lie .

    The second lie was to infer that it was an attempt to qualify for a higher pension but you know the old saying” give a lie a headstart and the truth will have hell to catch up”.
    You can’t change a liar even if you dress her in white.


  22. David June 7, 2016 at 11:23 AM #


    Let us agree to disagree. There will never be a good time to restore the 10%. This becomes contentious if one considers that this government continues to manage the largest Cabinet/parliamentary secretaries in our post Independence history.


  23. Alvin Cummins June 7, 2016 at 11:40 AM #

    Well Well,
    The Swiss rejected the referendum proposal. They are NOT getting the recommended “money for no work”.


  24. David June 7, 2016 at 12:39 PM #

    Interesting 11+ results :

    The top boy and girl come from two brand name private schools.

    The MOE was able to boast that the mean average of those scoring 30+ improved year over year.

    To contrast, the mean average declined in the maths paper.


  25. Well Well & Consequences June 7, 2016 at 12:59 PM #

    Alvin…that’s the whole idea…it was a bad idea conceived by a businessman to suck what he could out of the Swiss treasury…like Bizzy, Maloney et al does in Barbados. ..the people rejected it because they not only have the power to do so, vote it down….read …referendum…but the country is already wealthy and prospering, so why turn it into a welfare state to please a greedy businessman who is just looking to fill his pockets….I would vote against it too..

    They are smart people, because they know, the business people would have become the biggest recipients of that welfare money for how many decades going forward….and why do I have to explain that scam the businessman was trying on the Swiss people to you Alvin……you should be well familiar with such scams due to what has been transpiring in Barbados for over 30 yesrs between the 2 governments and the business people….and which has successfully destroyed the economy.


  26. Colonel Buggy June 7, 2016 at 1:01 PM #

    Seen in today’s Nation

    “Speaking at the opening of the new Fusion Centre at the Regional Security Services (RSS) base at Paragon ,Christ Church,yesterday evening,Stuart said ……………………..the opening of the US $4.5 million centre,which was funded by the British Government……”
    Celebrating 50 years of independence, and our leader is quoting a project carried out in Barbados ,in US dollars,and not even in British Pounds ,the currency of the donor.


  27. Well Well & Consequences June 7, 2016 at 1:03 PM #

    Lol…Are we there…I dont have time to make up crap, that is best left to political pimps and yardfowls…read my post again…I said someone whispered to me about a downgrade…I googled any recent downgrade by Moodys and only saw a mention of statistics for June 1, 2016.

    Do not post what I did not say.


  28. are-we-there-yet June 7, 2016 at 1:13 PM #



    My mistake. I didn’t read your post carefully. The “made it up thing” was purely “tongue in cheek”. I did not seek to misrepresent what you said.

    But I am still a bit confused as to exactly what you said. Old age perhaps!


  29. Hants June 7, 2016 at 1:20 PM #

    @ Colonel Buggy who wrote “in US dollars,and not even in British Pounds”

    The math is easier. 1 US = 2 BDS.


  30. Alvin Cummins June 7, 2016 at 1:21 PM #

    Did you expect these positions etc to have remained static over this period?Has not the country, the total population, requirements for services and demand for services and intricacies of government and governance grown commensurately with the passage of time?


  31. Artax June 7, 2016 at 1:33 PM #

    A stupid yard-fowl wrote:

    “You have been getting a salary for 5 years. Your boss decides to cut $100 from your salary while the rest of the employees’ salaries remain at the current level. The boss then returns the $100 two years later and a**holes like Prodigal and Mia will run around the country and say – look they getting an increase for themselves.
    Give me a break.”

    Over 6,000 were retrenched 3 years ago, with the former NCC and Beautify Barbados employees yet to receive their severance.

    These politicians sacrificed 10% of their salaries for TWO YEARS, as opposed to civil servants sacrificing EIGHT YEARS without salary increases, as well as enduring increased and additional taxes. Over 6,000 civil servants paid the ULTIMATE SACRIFICE by being retrenched 3 years ago, with the former NCC and Beautify Barbados employees yet to receive their severance.

    And a jackass yard-fowl pimp, coming to BU to write shiite. “Give me a break.”



  32. Well Well & Consequences June 7, 2016 at 2:48 PM #

    Are we there yet…happens to me as well, dont sweat it.

    Alvin…soon you DLP yardfowls will be a mere footnote, then quickly forgotten. hopefully, there would be some new movement in leadership, leadership styles and a better more forwardthinking constitution to work with going forward..leave all you stagnant mentalities behind.

    This messy stench yall leave will not do going into another decade.


  33. Gabriel June 7, 2016 at 4:23 PM #

    The Baroness Scotland is in the news again for all the wrong reasons.


  34. Gabriel June 7, 2016 at 4:27 PM #

    I know how you feel but the youngsters haven’t a clue about £ stg.They know about dollars whether Guyanese,Jamaican,EC,TT or BD.Pounds?Thats Latin to their fragile thinking.


  35. are-we-there-yet June 7, 2016 at 4:38 PM #

    Gabriel / David:

    Which candidate for that job did Barbados back?
    Was it Baroness Scotland?

    I forgot.


  36. Brathwaite June 7, 2016 at 5:49 PM #

    Mr AWTY, I does love to come pon dis blog and look around. Lots a bright people here and like me a few bothersome gadflys. hehehe.

    Now you is in de bright boy category. As if you didn’t know aready.

    So let me gadfly this. “Ya will always find the Cozier link, which I refused to comment on because of his very public disdain for blacks,”

    And gadfly this “I said someone whispered to me about a downgrade”

    This is blogging bro. We gadflys can say whatever the eff we want to say.

    In the real world that sorta thing would obviously damage a journalist reputation but bout pon a blog it’s all bout likes. The more de merrier… and to hell with anything else. Wha reputation we got to protect.

    Oh btw we gadflys ain’t supposin to say nutting but sweet praise bout other gadflys so don’t tell nahbody bout this otherwise my coney gine get a mobaton a licks.

    Looka just tek eva shite pon dese blogs wid two grains a salt and dash a black peppa unless it’s one a dem name branded posters. Dem sure got nuff reputation to protect.


  37. ac June 7, 2016 at 6:22 PM #

    Well i have to stay mounted on my high horse and talk more sh,it about influence a word which was used to categorized certain political operatives a few days ago with derrogative connotations however what cannot be overlooked and denied is Angelo Dundee influence which provided the necessary credential of class added for good measure which took a little black boy and reformed and structured his life into a story of endless accolades and world wide respect not only did Angelo provide guidance to Ali professional but taught him and surrounded Ali with the best and brightest brains in the business world
    Today many would rather frown and denied Angelo Dundee influence in Ali life and rather look at the final result of a well sculpted and groom man that Ali became and to give respect where it is due


  38. Brathwaite June 7, 2016 at 6:30 PM #

    And to my gadfly friend Well, Well and Consequence don’t feel nah way that I tag you. I love yah real bad but yah did squirting far and wide wid dat ‘whisper remark’. A whisper offered quietly and revealed on a blog becomes a shout. You and I know that.

    I didn’t hand-stand dat Cozier ting. Cause I made a few gadflying comments pon he blog and I recall another person saying that the man was piece-a racist and lots of other foolishness which I thought had been cleared up.

    Somebody talked about his long friendships with dem WI black boys dem and someone say how he was instrumental at Wanderers to get black boys in de club and all that. So any personal racial problems you got wid Cozier should stay that way because in general he passed that exam with good colour. cheap pun dat.

    Awright my friend let’s gadfly away and do we ting. I hope to come back to this blog as often as I can and gine agree wid you much more than I disagree. We good,


  39. David June 7, 2016 at 6:41 PM #


    Was there public disclosure. The key point is that they all eventually lined up behind Scotland.


  40. Well Well & Consequences June 7, 2016 at 6:41 PM #

    All the house niggas aspire to do is gain pimphood titles and use pretentiouness and corruption to get what they want. I was wondering why Sanders did not get the Commonwealth position..

    Let’s see how this investigation proceeds, imagine in the 21st century, a big hardback black woman of Caribbean descent no less is bowing before this beast, a descendant of beasts….when you give up your soul to beasts, they can strip ya bare at anytime.

    And for the house niggas calling themselves Caribbean parliamentary representatives, well of course names will be called during the british investigation, as they all deserve….

    Caribbean governments give away those diplomatic passports to freely.

    Let Scotland suck some salt now, only in the Caribbean house niggas believe they can treat the people as they like.


  41. Gabriel June 7, 2016 at 6:41 PM #

    Sir Ronald Sanders was the other Caribbean diplomat in the running for SG but the Telegraph did an expose’ of him and that derailed his campaign.As I recall Barbados supported the Baroness.Bear in mind that the Baroness has lots of baggage firstly when she served as AG in the Labour Government and lately her name was linked to an unsavoury person in Eastern Europe.There is also some report linking her to financial shenanigans involving expense and salary matters.The lady has more than her fair share of finger pointing.

    Capitalism seem to drive many to corrupt practices and the below report on recent occurrences in Brazil,besides its shameless money grabbing highly placed white politicians,all male at that,made Dilma refer to the colour question in the decision to impeach her.


  42. ac June 7, 2016 at 6:42 PM #

    HA! HA! man brathwaite you sound a lot like the cartoon guy HA! HA! and see that u wutless too


  43. Brathwaite June 7, 2016 at 6:42 PM #

    Bro AC, what’s wid you and this Angelo Dundee nonsense. The man was a part of Ali life good stuff. But what is the continued point.

    If not for Ali’s superior talent Dundee would be just another trainer/promoter. If not for Dundee, Ali would still be the superstar he was.

    You went and do a lil yahoo research and now want to show off that you got a riff that no one else running. hehehe. You is one smart cookie, fah trute.

    Play yah tune. Yah way outta key and de crowd really ain’t bobbing to yah mix as it really ain’t got nah rhythm or soul but scratch yah rap do.


  44. Pieceuhderockyeahright June 7, 2016 at 6:45 PM #

    Ahhhh Brathwaite

    I like your style.

    In the military chevrons worn during war are not the shiny ones, you know why Brafwit

    “It is a deterrent to what is quite simply called “kill the officers”.

    We on BU now can be assured that once you have been drawn to the fray that we have become irksome “gadflies” and we MUST BE SWATTED , BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY.

    So de ole man gine run some interference for de other soldiers that your command has said to frustrate and destroy their efficacy.

    For you to be effective you have to be

    (a) many of you (one is not enough
    (b) employ bajan as a tool of “familiarity” but even in that exercise use enough familials to Agitate, frustrate, denigrate and discredit

    You are a brighter fellow than the others, a supporter of the BLP obviously because, in all of your posts to date, AC has not drawn and fire, just the people who are proposing serious considerations of alternatives to the Troika.

    Well wunna dun know dat de ole man cyan get frighten my wunna tactics.

    Here is one of the 3 dogs that wunna get rid of

    Maybe now de people bout heah who like you like these little pissy games will wake to ef up and get serious about our future.

    I like Martin Luther King have not been slated to participate in having a Piece uh De Rock cause I am the owner of one of them Name Branded Posters that you have started your broadsides with but Brafwit any effing night I wake up and you or any of your ilk in my house, mek sure tuh kill de ole man swiftly CAUSING I GINE KILL YOU, yah site.

    And you can throw all de salt and peppah over all two uh you shoulders pun dat shyte or rub it in you coney, bless you sweet soul


  45. Pieceuhderockyeahright June 7, 2016 at 6:54 PM #

    Dear BU-ians forgive the picture of the animal, it is one of three pictures that I took to show how they were killed.

    Dumb beasts whose only sin was that they guarded and/or barked when “they” came too close.

    So you got these Brafwits coming here to jeer us and talk bajan to us, to dilute and deflate the gadfly BU because it is becoming a thorn in the side and MUST BE QUASHED.

    This is the true enemy that we are now facing, make no mistake about this one, the battle lines are drawn so dem gine come fuh we Jews, and artists, and dissenters, but pretty soon dem gine be at wunna door too.

    I’ll be yah Huckleberry

    Here’s hoping that that was Bajan enuff fuh yuh Brafwit, killers of the nation.


  46. ac June 7, 2016 at 6:54 PM #

    Brathwaite or better yet Piece i post the comment on the wrong page but you can have seconds on the Tribute to Mohammed blog where it is repeated
    BTW i beat to my own drum never like bunches of any thing


  47. Well Well & Consequences June 7, 2016 at 6:57 PM #

    Brath….lol…I did not appear on Cozier’s blog for several reasons, one being it was his memorium and if he had done something as distasteful as the politicians tend to do…I would have lambasted him..but I thought it a waste of energy as well, hsd better things to do.

    Given the bajan mentality, I am not surprised that whether true or not, they would think that black players could not get into a club without a white person…or a cinema, or a school or anywhere on earth or in Barbafos, without a white person….more often than not, that is a fallacy and lie alwsys perpetrated by blacks on the island….that is their weakness and curse and why they cannot rid themselves of blight….most bajans only found out in the last couple years that there are less than 10,000 some less than 8,000 minorities on the island and that they themselves are the black majority….centuries of lies and misinformation has weakened their strengths….so when I hear stories about Cozier or any other minority…I take it with a pinch of salt because they are quite capable of spreading those falsehoods themselves with the help of black people and if the stories are true…it just proves my point about black weakness….that blacks take delight in cultivating for themselves and their future generations, no sense of self, no strenghth of spirit, no Ali spirit.

    We are on the blog to shout whispers…lol


  48. Brathwaite June 7, 2016 at 7:56 PM #

    PUDRYR-meister you ain’t serious right. I disagree wid you about a matter and I is de enemy that kills dogs. I speak in my Bajan patois and I is an enemy plant. I describe myself as a gadfly – which in I feel I is – and I jeering and laughing at de name brand bloggers dem.

    Brother I uses to read de blog from time to time and den one day recently decided to tek de plunge right in de deep end.

    Much sorrow to burst dat real attractive subversive balloon you floated but I am just another idiot offering lotta long talk as a escape to lack of sex, lack of social intercourse and a bunch of other lack of shiiteee.

    What is more important tho is that you either got some serious effing problems or need a new brand of dog food.

    It is one thing to be pon here talking shiiitte and playing tic-tac-toe games with udder bloggers but when people killing yah dogs yah walking bout in some serious, serious cow-shiite.

    I ain’t pon heh to attack no-body yah hear…I does see enough a-dat already so why add to that bull.

    I am just another idiot PUDRYR-meister. I wouldn’t know where to start to try to squash you bro.

    Better yet riddle me this. If I am a subversive why would I start to build a FB page wid all dem posters dem you created. I haven’t published it yet but its created and I just need to close dat out.

    I hand-stand your paranoia and wid this ting we call the net everyone should be an effing enemy until you can confirm dem wid a Mafia style blood oath. So until we mek that connection cuss my coney as you like..but I is no dog killer awright.


  49. Well Well & Consequences June 7, 2016 at 8:12 PM #

    Given the amount of weakminded people we have all encountered on this blog, for me, over the last 3 years and as being currently advertised on US channels…..It takes strong people to make strong people…in contrast, weakminded people make others around them, who are not strong…..equally weakminded. Just imagine what happens to the children and grandchildren of the weakminded.


  50. Brathwaite June 7, 2016 at 8:12 PM #

    NAME (Caswell, Jefferson Cumberbatch, Walter, Grenville) branded posters. Dem have to watch dem reputation. How you get a name branded poster bozie. Who know who is you wid dat PUDRYR handle.

    Well now yah posion crew know but as that was not me nor any peeps I know I ain’t nah wiser.

    I know it hard t say get a grip when people killing yah dogs and de police can’t help as they may be part of de problem I assume but still, GET a grip.

    And WTF you mean that talking Bajan dilute de blog. You really frustrated and mekking sport wid dat one right.


  51. Gabriel June 7, 2016 at 8:48 PM #

    In the euphoria over the election results in St Lucia,bearing in mind a Bajan contingent played no mean professional role in its outcome,today the ruling Dominica Labour Party triumphed over the UWP there in retaining the Soufriere seat by an almost 3:1 margin.
    Denise Charles of the DLP got 1342 votes and Higgs Adams of the UWP 560.
    Peter Wickham is in the Antigua Observer newspaper today lamenting the story of bribes and other inducements being offered to Dominicans based in Antigua to return home to influence the outcome of the bye-election.I am too,not in favour of overseas based nationals flying in to vote in the likes of Stuart and his Duncy Lying Pharts and then flying out and leaving the country to the mercy of Moody’s and Standard & Poors to become the downgrade capital of the Eastern Caribbean.Look wuh buhbaydus come to neh!


  52. Pieceuhderockyeahright June 7, 2016 at 9:07 PM #

    Let me be very clear Brathwaite.

    Contrary to what you may think kind sir this BU site is not a “get some steam of my chest thing” as you have suggested by your own words.

    Many of us who come here do so at great peril to jobs, well being, social standing and in some cases life ergo the nom de plumes that we use, which the Blogmaster zealously guards.

    Unlike the other place(s)

    You need to step back a few steps and since you say you have been reading the blog for a while there is something that you may have noticed – Jack Bowman the Goader.

    It is not my blog but one thing that you might have seen is that this is not a Facebook spurious commentary about some “Like me or dont like me”

    When most people come here to blog we do so, not because it is an alternative to sex, or verbal flagellation, it is because many of us fear where the cuntry is going, when we sit and do the facebook thingy.

    Your style was distinctly like a Bowman variant, since it targeted certain posters.

    We dont play that sort of game or at least I dont. Things are too dire in Barbados now my man to “play” with people’s submissions

    That you have posted the various posters is interesting “for the enemy of my enemy is my friend” but for several of your entries, you were “goading” individuals and as for me, well the rapid sensitization that I employ, seeks only to say to “cyber-strollers”, THIS IS NOT A GAME.

    We all going die, this is true, and dogs will not live long like humans, but what I want you and others here to realise is that we doan come here to talk pretty, we are a part of Barbados that is tired of the DBLP shennanigans and seek to discourse how to change it.

    This BU is not about me, Brathwaite. If i should fall tonight, by these foul means, what I would hope that it does is to show where we MUST NOT GO, and that younger men like you and younger women like Hopi continue the fight until you dont have to hide your name brathwaite.

    Baptism by fire, you are a young mind that is pretty agile, but direct that skill set to solutions not goading old fools and menses who doan have long here.

    We seek serious men/women who can take us into the next 50 years and do not have time for the games while our cuntry is being junk bonded, and our nation is led by Fumblers and liars and visionless men.

    Do you feel me young Brathwaite?

    Believe me, when you get on their radar, you too going have to guard agains their terminate with extreme prejudice mindsets.

    Welcome to BU.


  53. ac June 7, 2016 at 9:32 PM #

    lol Ha! HA! much belly demons walking in the dead of nite talking to themselves Ha! Ha!


  54. Well Well & Consequences June 8, 2016 at 7:05 AM #

    I am reading comments in other forums Piece…and even folks who say they always vote DLP, want all the ministers gone from the people’s parliament, they do not want another DLP minister managing their affairs ever again…let them go eat their taxpayer fubded pensions and give the balance to doctors for their various upcoming ailments….useless blights.

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