Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite Does a Pontius Pilate

Attorney General, Adriel Brathwaite

Attorney General, Adriel Brathwaite

Emblazoned on the front page of today’s Nation newspaper is the fizzeog of Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite under the headline Don’t blame me!

In a another part of the media Minister Ronald Jones the entrenched Minister of Education was heard to say  that the ministry of education cannot be blamed for the ills of society currently playing out.

These two senior ministers need to be reminded about the various messages to be found in the DLP Manifestos of 2008 and 2013. They also need to be further reminded of the DLP’s mantra of a building a society and not just an economy.  The focus of this submission is Attorney General Brathwaite.

The lack of respect members of the political class of Barbados continue to direct at the citizenry is mindboggling. At a time of national crisis if we assess the level of violent crime in our country compared to days of yore what we need is for our political leaders to stand up. The statements issued by the Ministers of Education and Attorney General as reported in the media do nothing to signal hope that the Cabinet of Barbados has a plan to lead civil society at a time of crisis.

As penance for relinquishing their leadership roles BU urge both of them to read Sections [5] Families First [6] Empowering Our young People [23] and Law and Order of the 2008 DLP Manifesto. Under [23] there is mention of the recommendations made by the National Commission on Law and Order. A simple question to AG Brathwaite, please tell the public which of the recommendations have been implemented under his stewardship. The government was complimentary of the Commission’s report and therefore it follows a DLP government well into its second term should have implemented a few of the recommendations. This is one example how the Attorney General can demonstrate leadership to Barbadians instead of his statement of nothingness as pressed on the front page of today’s Nation newspaper.

Wait a minute!

In the 2013 DLP Manifesto here is what is recorded on page 54:

Against this background it would be unsatisfactory to contemplate leaving the development of our justice system to Parliament and the Courts. It is the view of Democratic Labour Party that a Law Reform Commission, suitably structured and provided with adequate resources could perform an important function by ensuring that the legal system provides a framework that enables our society to manage contemporary challenges effectively.

The Law Reform Commission headed by a senior Attorney-at-Law, will comprise of a group of persons drawn from a wide range of professions. It’s function will be advisory. The Commission will be empowered to consider on its own initiative, or at the invitation of the Attorney General, areas of law that appear to be in need of reform. The Commission will then publish a report concerning any area of law that it considers to be in need of reform, along with its recommendations for reform.

Isn’t is obvious why a greater number of Barbadians are disengaging from the ‘system’?

The BU household has written voluminously about the need for ordinary Barbadians to understand that we have to participate in our system of government for it to work effectively for us. The time has come to wrestle back our civic responsibility from the political class for the sake of our children and a better Barbados.

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47 Comments on “Attorney General Adriel Brathwaite Does a Pontius Pilate”

  1. Well Well & Consequences September 12, 2016 at 6:31 PM #

    These ministers are cowards and have no shame when collecting a taxpayer funded salary while simultaneously absolving themselves from any blame OR responsibility fir the ills in society….they will come in 2018 with the same old tired manifesto filled with lies, the same stealth and vote buying.,,,.none of them are fit fir public office, they are misrepresenting the people.

    Good government ministers would be forceful in charting the way forward with a plan to FIRST…end the corruption between themselves and the business people…the minorities….end the decades old destructiveness of that corrupt arrangement.

    Good government ministers would call in and collaborate with international drug and gun enforcement agencies to stem the imports of illegal guns and drugs to the island…they would give the names of those they KNOW import these guns and drugs by the container loads.

    Good government ministers do not deflect blame and responsibility from the ills in society, they would give the names of their bribers, money launderers and human traffickers to international agencies to stop the white collar criminal activity on the island.

    You do not have good government ministers in Barbados… have enablers residing in your parliament. …. of all the crime, social problems and degradation plaguing the island.

    To reiterate:

    The dummy Adriel Nitwit, attorney general, Ronald Jones, minister of education, government ministers and others need educating to the fact that mothers do not get children by themselves, men are also responsible for the raising of THEIR sons and daughters….contrary to what all these jackasses believe, females are not just there to breed and populate the island, then left with the responsibility to singlehandedly support, raise, guide and educate children ALL ON THEIR OWN.

    Everytime one of the senators, government ministers, priests or reverends open their backward, ignorant mouths on this subject, it shows their blatant stupidity.

    Stop with the overt sexism and deal with the reality….yall rub shoulders with the criminals who import the guns, drugs, launder the money and traffick in humans at ya events and cocktail parties, ya smile in their faces and admire their wealth knowing full well that they are responsible for much of the crime wave on the island, without their background funding, there would not be so much crime.

    So instead of blaming single mothers….call the authorities and give them the names of your bribers, friends and business partners who fund the drug and gun running imports.


  2. Roger Headley September 12, 2016 at 6:44 PM #

    Don’t blame Estwick for water; don’t blame Chris for Finance; don’t blame the AG for crime; don’t blame Jones for education; don’t blame Kellman for Sheona and God help anyone that blame Freundel for anything. There is something called ULTIMATE RESPONSIBILITY and if no public officers heads are rolling then tell us who to blame? Yes we accept that the drought compounded the situation. The Governor of the Central Bank lives in St Joseph, is he getting water regularly?


  3. Heather September 12, 2016 at 6:48 PM #

    They should all resign. From day one none of them knew what they were doing. All the public hears from them are excuses, don’t blame me or blame the BLP.


  4. millertheannunaki September 12, 2016 at 6:52 PM #

    The current DLP administration is now out to sea and completely dysfunctional.

    Its time for a new captain and crew to save the sinking stinking ship called the SS Barbados, once the pride and joy of a confident people, the gem of the Caribbean which used to sail the high seas of optimism and opportunities.

    Now you can see what is truly meant by the phrase: Barbados is more than an economy; it’s a society {that has become rotten to the core because of corrupt and incompetent leadership}.

    May your god have pity on little Barbados!


  5. Roger Headley September 12, 2016 at 7:40 PM #

    How could I forget don’t blame Lowe for garbage. What is less that a Banana Republic or third World. This is what we have sunk too – brought to our knees. Can you imagine a man with garbage truck ready to work and he ‘can’t pick up a dog in this country’. He has a case in court but he is not innocent until proven guilty – Lowe is the judge, jury and hang man. He is in a position to cast stones. A truck with a bobcat collecting garbage – that is Lowe’s brilliant plan. I have never seen anything more hilarious. While the bobcat loading the wind blowing the garbage all over the place, By the time it leaves you bagging the same garbage. Where Lottie and Mabel.


  6. ac September 12, 2016 at 9:12 PM #

    So what did the AG say that was wrong or a lie the AG told a Truth and if many do not like what was said “too bad’ some of these youths come from dysfunctional homes and for some of these youth the parents are not much older than the child being a statistic of teen age pregnancy unprepared and poor and incapable to raising the children in standards that are acceptable for the child care to having a proper up bringing . When poverty and bad parenting collides the end result is extreme turmoil in and out of the home which filters into civilized society and marches with aggressiveness and uncaring discipline against the normal standards and positive principles which eats away at the moral codes of a society. hence society reaps the negative consequences of an outward resentment from these lost and wayward children.
    Yes parents need to be told of their responsibilities or lack thereof and its far reaching dire consequences that breeds violence and inflicts harm and danger in its path.
    Outside of the AG taking proper steps to protect society from this criminal activity those in society who have failed their children and gave up by letting the child rule domain over them should take full responsibility as contributors to the anti social environment that has taken a foothold in this country
    Take a look at those four boys ! who were captured on Tv and booked in jail today. What was their motive and why would they choose a life of crime at such a young age am i to believe that the AG is responsible for their choice , which begs the question WHERE Are THE Parents and why did they not seek intervention before these children seek a life of crime and violence


  7. Tron September 12, 2016 at 9:20 PM #

    “Law Reform Commission”: Ha, just another “commission”. When you want to delay things or want to dispose them, just install a “commission”. No action, but big talk. As always.

    How many commissions are there in Barbados? 20, 30 or have I forgotten some? Isn´t there even a commission for the backlogs at SC?

    “Commissioner”. That is how I would describe the typical Barbadian profession.


  8. David September 12, 2016 at 9:31 PM #

    Is the Commission’s report online, anywhere?


  9. Tron September 12, 2016 at 10:09 PM #

    Saint Bussa, Dick Bailey, Franklin, John, King Wiltshire, Washington, Nanny Grigg and almighty Goddess Bim! I invoke your spirit! The island is lost. Please send our blind politicians a sign. SOS from the Caribbean.

    p.s. Why is only Bussa a national hero? Are there no other early human rights activists who paid with their blood – whereas the later politicians died in their villas and Mercedes? Do you know a single Barbadian politican today who would act like Bussa? Be hones. None. Surely, non of our present generation will ever become a national hero.

    How would Bussa act today? That is my question. In my opinion, Bussa would teach Barbadians that freedom comes along with responsbility. And that wealth demands discipline and commitment. He would rally around the world, to USA, Britain, Scandinavia, Switzerland, Germany and China, to get good investors on board – instead of begging for treasury bonds and CS loans. People who are commited to help developing countries without huge tax waiver – not Butch, Cowan and Del Maestro.


  10. Well Well & Consequences September 12, 2016 at 10:35 PM #

    The monsters for ministers arè cowards, losers and incompetents whose skills set consists of waiting for the Cows, Bizzys, Maloneys, Bjerkhams, Cowans, Del Mastros, Parris and Harrid. .etc to order them around, tell them what to do and help them steal government contracts and taxpayer’s money.


  11. Nathan September 13, 2016 at 12:19 AM #

    The attorney general should resign from his post immediately he is doing nothing about crime in b’dos all he is doing is drawing a big salary .For the last three months b’dos waa like the wild west n if somerhing dont be done soon to these criminals this paradise would’t be no more tourist destination it would be all war zone


  12. Sunshine Sunny Shine September 13, 2016 at 1:19 AM #

    How much more shite talk can one nation take? How many times this peacock for an AG spew some superfluous nonsense thinking that his statement was accurate and factual? All of them roll in the same shite talk that their leader tends to give from time to time. Not one effing vote. Telling wunna now, all wunna DLP loving Johnnies, wunna blind loyalty gine be the destruction of Barbados, just because wunna getting a litte. Tell me is it really worth the little rose peddle wunna getting? Once I was blind but now I see.VOTE THESE SHITES OUT:


  13. Well Well & Consequences September 13, 2016 at 5:02 AM #

    Jackass No.1 …..knows who the “bigwigs” are and they should be locked up, well give the police ALL their names and the techology they need to monitor and take donn the beasts and criminals in the miniroty population…..stop admiring them and their stolen wealth, stop helping them steal from and accumulate wealth off the backs of your people……put them in prison where they belong.

    Jackass No. 2…..still cant see that it’s lack of PROGRAMS to accomodate children with different skills. …different SKILL SETS causing many of the problems which in turn causes them to end up on the block….on their way to prison.

    Not everyone wants to be an accountant, you do not have the jobs to accomodate 50 thousand accountants in the next year, stop shoving these subjects down children’s throats….instead….create useful programs in the schools which will identify their strenths from an early age and nurture those strengths…..they will then focus on those strengths and grow while increasing their strengths….to achieve productivity. .

    As it stands the ministry has for years been focusing on children’s weaknesses….so that is what ya getting, weak teenagers, weak adults who focus on the negative, non productive members of the society created by an inadequate education system.


  14. Well Well & Consequences September 13, 2016 at 5:04 AM #

    Oops…forgot to post jackass no 2.

    Thos is the injustice jackass no 1 shoukd br working on diligently to change.


  15. Kammie Holder September 13, 2016 at 7:22 AM #

    Leadership Failure: “We have been presented with two options to choose from. Either the executive team at Wells Fargo is as corrupt as an executive team can be or they are the dumbest group of people ever to run any organization.

    5300 Wells Fargo employees were terminated last week for creating millions of fraudulent accounts to meet what has been described as nearly unbearable pressure and demands to add new customer accounts. Progress at some branches was reviewed as many as 4 times a day. The pressure was relentless.

    Nothing, not morales, not ethics, not even those little things called laws could slow down the relentless push to meet the Wells Fargo corporate initiative known as “Gr-eight Initiative.” Wells Fargo has a goal that every customer should have eight separate accounts with the bank.

    Apparently goals are more important than anything at Wells Fargo. In order to meet the goals of the initiative employees opened new accounts for current customers without the customer’s approval or knowledge. This required forging signatures, creating fake email accounts, and moving customer’s money between these accounts without their knowledge, sometimes causing a customer’s real account to go into the red.

    Here’s the most amazing part of all this to me; not one senior level manager or executive had a clue any of this was happening for the last 5 years. Of the 5300 employees terminated ALL were front line employees. Not a single manager had even a microcosm of responsibility for any of this.

    That couldn’t be harder to believe if Hillary Clinton said it.

    There is clearly a culture at Wells Fargo that says anything goes. The culture doesn’t even pretend to care about ethics. Apparently the culture not only condones the breaking of laws, it encourages it.

    No matter what else may or may not be true about the goings on at Wells Fargo this much is certain: an organization’s culture comes from the top.

    What happened over the last five years at Wells Fargo is bad, what’s happening today is even worse. If nothing changes with the management at that bank then nothing changes at that bank.

    Is there even one responsible person in a position of authority at that organization? Is there even one person in a leadership position at Wells Fargo with enough courage to say “it’s on me”?

    Wells Fargo paid a fine “for the actions of their employees.” What about the actions, or at the very least, the inaction of their leaders? There has been an epic failure of leadership at that bank. 5300 employees didn’t undertake that level of deceit all on their own, it’s time for the people who drove that behavior to step up.

    Our lesson here is twofold: when integrity goes out the window everything else is welcome in and absent integrity from those in top leadership positions there is no motivation for anyone else to lead either.”


  16. Kammie Holder September 13, 2016 at 7:24 AM #

    Above Article credits belong to Steve Keating leadership coach.


  17. ac September 13, 2016 at 9:30 AM #

    If one presently wants to set a stsndard by which the AG is accountable. Then one should include past AG ‘s who did not plan by having proper goals and policies in mind for attacking the root causes towards Preventive measures for the past and future generations. Indeed for political operatives to be attacking and setting standards and measurments for the current AG smacks of political hogwash and a disconnect with the realities of the criminal element that is flourishing worldwide because of a demand for illegal drugs combined with the lure of a fast and easy dollar world wide.
    If every country applies the blp operatives standards of political attacks and goal post measurements then AG whose sucess are few and far in between world wide would have to resign with immediacy .Setting a benchmark as a precedent for the sole means of political attacks is foolhardly and serves no purpose to finding solutions to a hardened and criminal drug element


  18. Well Well & Consequences September 13, 2016 at 9:45 AM #

    “5300 Wells Fargo employees were terminated last week for creating millions of fraudulent accounts to meet what has been described as nearly unbearable pressure and demands to add new customer accounts. Progress at some branches was reviewed as many as 4 times a day. The pressure was relentless.”

    It’s the managing directors did that crap, the employees paid the price cause Wells Fargo ended up paying I believe over 100 million in fines for that scam…..the huge banks do similiar crap all the time and pay millions in fines to SEC…but they do not throw their employees under the bus for doing their jobs…they just pay the fine.


  19. Well Well & Consequences September 13, 2016 at 9:48 AM #

    ACs…yall asses gotta go…ya too dumb to hold public office….ya too useless to hold public office….ALL OF YOU.

    That is the one thing the electorate agrees on, even the sensible yardfowls.


  20. Artax September 13, 2016 at 9:59 AM #

    Yes, let’s blame past Attorneys General……… perhaps we should start with Sleepy Smith.


  21. David September 13, 2016 at 10:23 AM #

    Heard Minister Ronald Jones in an interview this morning where he lamented that a proper maintenance program must be put in place for school buildings. A question to Jones: are you not a member of the Cabinet to exert some influence on the government to implement such a program? Perhaps you are saying that you have no influence?

    Why must a minister be the one to discuss maintenance of buildings anyway, doesn’t the ministry have a project officer?


  22. Frustrated Businessman aka 'Nation of Laws' my ass. September 13, 2016 at 10:34 AM #

    David September 13, 2016 at 10:23 AM #
    Heard Minister Ronald Jones in an interview this morning where he lamented that a proper maintenance program must be put in place for school buildings. A question to Jones: are you not a member of the Cabinet to exert some influence on the government to implement such a program? Perhaps you are saying that you have no influence?

    Why must a minister be the one to discuss maintenance of buildings anyway, doesn’t the ministry have a project officer?

    This gov’t has been ‘every man for himself’ since Thompson’s death, I stated that here years ago. Why else would Estwick, Jones, Brathwaite and others be airing Cabinet business in public forums over the past 7 years?

    No leadership whatsoever, no direction, no cooperation, no economic recovery for BDS.


  23. ac September 13, 2016 at 12:56 PM #

    Could not careless where the blaming process starts from the past. However if the blp operatives choose to take such a route just remember that the blp govt would be at a great disadvantage for much of the blame with regards to their fourteen year reign of govt which would have been a mighty long time for the blp not implementing policies which would at least in effect slow down the process of the drug culture with a focus on alternative methods of education for these wayard youth .Also if one now finds it necessary to place blame one should take a look at the ages of those involved with a measurement to a timeline and a period when they would have had acess to the education system.
    Point being that these youth did not enter the education system five or six years ago but at a period and time when they were no sytem of governance which could have and should have been given a chance for an alternative before they turned to a life of crime.
    So now for the blp operatives to be finger pointing and doing political analysis it bodes well that they should do the same for themselves


  24. Frustrated Businessman aka 'Nation of Laws' my ass. September 13, 2016 at 1:05 PM #

    Young learn from their PARENTS, regardless of species.

    The generation killing each other now are the children or grandchildren of the fatherless unemployables who never had a job in their lives other than hustling tourists and selling weed.

    This problem didn’t start last month or last year or last election, it started at least two generations ago.

    I find it interesting that AB should fire insults at mothers who can’t control their children. Why no mention of the absent fathers? It’s not girls disobeying their mothers and committing these crimes, it’s male offspring.

    There used to be a social stigma attached to being pregnant and unmarried, now it is the norm in some strata of society.

    ‘It takes a village to raise a child’ assumes the men are off hunting, the women off gathering and the children are running around camp with some kind of adult supervision. If that was the current case in Barbados we wouldn’t have these problems.


  25. David September 13, 2016 at 1:10 PM #

    What is interesting are the comments made recently by Hilary Beckles concerning the precipitous drop in enrollment to Cave Hill, UWI. There is bound to be a social cost down the line.



  26. Frustrated Businessman aka 'Nation of Laws' my ass. September 13, 2016 at 1:46 PM #

    David September 13, 2016 at 1:10 PM #
    What is interesting are the comments made recently by Hilary Beckles concerning the precipitous drop in enrollment to Cave Hill, UWI. There is bound to be a social cost down the line.


    Education is a discipline, even if the subject is politics, basket-weaving or some equally-useless fantasy pursuit. Any graduate who dresses properly, speaks properly, is punctual and enthusiastic is already ahead of 50% of our workforce in any professional pursuit.

    As I’ve typed before, we have a useless BDS Defence Force; they couldn’t protect us from the Trini invasion and have no other use other than as live-bodies in a national emergency (assuming they don’t all desert to solve their own problems at home).

    We need to introduce national conscription so the BDF can teach the skills listed above to the fatherless unemployables who our society continues to ignore. Throw in some basic skills training and adult consequences for indiscipline and we could make a real difference.


  27. David September 13, 2016 at 2:02 PM #

    Let us agree that we need to do something. Currently we are on a path to nowhere, fast.


    The structure you articulated is correct out of the text book, you have the consider the nuance at play though.



  28. ac September 13, 2016 at 3:02 PM #

    At present RBPF and the office of the AG must be congratulated for their swift action in apprehending the four criminals who participated in the deadly shooting two weeks ago .Apparently a goal to apprehend the accusers were met in a shortest time with the objective of sending a strong message to others who foolishly belive that criminal activity would go unnoticed and unattended by those who are asked to be the gate keepers of civility
    Good job RBPF and the offices of the AG


  29. FearPlay September 13, 2016 at 3:26 PM #

    ….and stand by for Police frustration when these accused go before the under functioning courts and are granted bail.


  30. David September 13, 2016 at 3:30 PM #

    CJ Gibson has requested 3 judges to assist with trials. Has Beckles been replaced as Chief Magistrate? This is how the AG can assist instead of blaming Jones.


  31. Georgie Porgie September 13, 2016 at 3:55 PM #


  32. Frustrated Businessman aka 'Nation of Laws' my ass. September 13, 2016 at 3:57 PM #

    ac September 13, 2016 at 3:02 PM #
    At present RBPF and the office of the AG must be congratulated for their swift action in apprehending the four criminals who participated in the deadly shooting two weeks ago .Apparently a goal to apprehend the accusers were met in a shortest time with the objective of sending a strong message to others who foolishly belive that criminal activity would go unnoticed and unattended by those who are asked to be the gate keepers of civility
    Good job RBPF and the offices of the AG

    You are wrong.

    It is obvious to all that there was never any expectation by the murderers that they would get away with it. Once again, your puppet-masters are missing the point.

    It’s almost like the DLP cabinet is running the affairs of this country from another planet.


  33. Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right INRI September 13, 2016 at 4:16 PM #


    You are very effing wrong

    The Royal Barbados Police Force DID NOT SOLVE THIS CRIME.

    It was the Bajan public and the “unauthorized release” of the car park video which solved this crime.

    To say more would be to expose the Station Sargeant and 2 other fellows who now ***


    These small fries were apprehended as a result of Bajans calling in and giving the names of the fellows.

    The RBPF did not want that video circulating but it is that video that solved this crime.

    The problem is that people still are afraid of calling 911 and 211 because, depending upon whom you are giving up, your reward may not be thanks from the police but a visit in the night


  34. David September 13, 2016 at 4:20 PM #


    The police PRO is on public record thanking the public for the support received that led to the apprehension of of the 4 vagabonds. That yardfowls would seek to politicize the issue is to be expected. Barbados has descended to a dark place with this BLP DLP thing.


  35. Well Well & Consequences September 13, 2016 at 4:42 PM #

    Idiots…the police force made sure to thank the public for giving them the information that identified those killers and git them off the street….the public solved the crime, give credit where it’s due.

    That’s why the public does not want this government ever again…they blame the wrong people for their own incompetence and try to steal credit and give to those who deserve none, like the office of the AG.., who do not deserve it….

    …..the only credit the AG and his office earned is not paying the disabled nurse her money, not giving the names of the minorities who import and run the drugs and guns into and out of the island to the POLICE, not giving the names of the minorities who launder money and traffic in humans… to the international policing agencies, not giving the POLICE the technology they need to monitor, investigate and arrest these animals..that is what Adriel Nitwit and his clowns in the AGs office will always be remembered for…ya reap what ya sow.

    Be gone squatters.

    As it stands, the office of the AG is useless.

    Frustrated….you learn behaviors from parents, but you do not stay with parents 24/7 from womb to tomb…..society also plays a part in molding and shaping either negative or positive behaviors, because children are vulnerable and impressionable…I am mother of 5…grandmother of 6.

    Society also plays a role in the successes and failures of the young….but family support and structure from mothers, FATHERS..grandmothers, GRANDFATHERS, aunts and UNCLES is a great deterrent from the negative influences of societies filth..


  36. Well Well & Consequences September 13, 2016 at 4:46 PM #

    Ya think when my family visit Barbados the lowlifes can get any oppotinity to go around my grandchildren with their nastiness and negative influences…the extended family look out for that to give the appropriate response.

    Families…fathers etc are supposed to be caring and responsible for their young and growing children., they should not be neglectful and irresponsible. …as Adriel Nitwit is encouraging,


  37. ac September 13, 2016 at 5:08 PM #

    Why are all the BlP operatives so up and armed because i gave congratulation to our police officers and the AG office it seems that the only best the operatives can contribute is that of character assassination attacks in haste to destroy the image of barbados

    And Yes PDYR cameras were a very helpful in catching these dumb criminals the very point i was making for having cameras at our ports as surveillance to catch those in and out of the workforce at our ports of entry who participate in illegal drugs and gun trafficking
    The notion that some areas of these ports should be surveillance free boggles the mind when our first and best interest should be the nations security

    Oh i make no apologies for sending congratulations to all areas of law enforcement who execute a swiftness in apprehending the accused by any means necessary


  38. Colonel Buggy September 13, 2016 at 6:16 PM #

    David September 13, 2016 at 10:23 AM
    50 years into independence, and a bariffle of Masters and Phd’s, and a Minister of Goverment is asking for a system , the baby which we threw out with the Colonial bath water. The Public Works Department, PWD, a part of MTW, was mandated to carry out construction and maintenance work , not only in schools, but on all public buildings.
    I recall an incident at a secondary school, which was formerly a plantation great house, where the plaster board ceiling in one classroom crumbled. The PWD was on the job in a matter of hours,completely renewed the ceiling in 2 days ,without any noticeable disruption to the rest of the school.
    But then again, we no longer have the artisans available in Barbados to properly revive such an essential department .


  39. ac September 13, 2016 at 6:36 PM #

    Now am i supposed to belive that in lite of the fact and society help in catching the criminals that there should be an exclusion to anyone who sends congratulatory messages to the it not a part of partiotism to form an allegiance of good will with the hope of bringing others along
    Am i now to belive that as a society we have now reached the lowest of the low so much so that we attack those who have a vested interest in the uplifting of our country image
    Am i now to belive that when a good deed is done the better alternative is to close our eyes and make no mention of the goodness
    Why are we so quick to bitch and belly ache and never quick to gave back any thing in return as much as a simple Thank You


  40. Roy September 13, 2016 at 7:46 PM #

    The police did not do a good job. These 4 youths did not kill the alleged drug dealer on their own. Who ordered the hit? Who is the police protecting?


  41. ac September 13, 2016 at 7:59 PM #

    these 4 youth are dumb should not be running around killing no body even if asked or paid to do so ,they dumb a.sses should be locked up that would teach them a lesson


  42. Well Well & Consequences September 13, 2016 at 8:13 PM #

    Dummies…if the person or persons who hired the hit is not arrested…they will hire others to kill again….

    …..ACs yall limited intellect is appalling, yall might be the next victims since the person who hired those little killers might be resding BU and fed up of yall stupidity.


  43. Well Well & Consequences September 13, 2016 at 8:18 PM #

    Of course the police need to do more to find the person or persons who believe themselves so above the law, they could hire others to commit murder. For years I been hearing about the crooked business people boasting who they can have killed or arrested and all types of criminal boasts, cause there is no one fit or honest enough on the island to arrest them for their threats.

    The police need to find the people paying for assassinations, arrest them publicly.


  44. Bush Tea September 13, 2016 at 9:24 PM #

    Wunna need to understand AC….

    Unlike Alvin, who is actually an idiot…and possibly even believes that he is making sense, the AC consortium are in a different place. They KNOW that they are talking shiite, but it pays the bills…
    …much like any other ‘ho’ …who knows that what they are doing is wrong; …that it will destroy them in the long term; ..and who may even find it distasteful …..

    ….but they gotta eat … and they are not the brightest bulbs in the unemployment line…
    …so they gotta spread….


  45. Colonel Buggy September 13, 2016 at 11:29 PM #

    The A-G is more of a Pile-It,as in a load of horse droppings.


  46. Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right INRI September 14, 2016 at 4:15 AM #

    To Mia Amor Mottley.

    It is said the one cannot get lower than the belly of a snake or, in the case, lower than the underside of the feet of a Christmas worm.

    Truly anything that you propose to do during your tenure as Prime Minister cannot be worse than this horde of whores you can only rise

    But here is a thing Mottley.

    You see the precedence of appointing incompetent neophytes to positions of trust so that one consolidates one’s support? that is pure waste foopism and will put you back at the same position or worse than those scvunts from whom you will take this government conclusively.

    Those pooch suckers are there on either side of the divide of your tribes but, unlike the Great Depression of 2008, you do not have the luxury of kindness that has attended these fvckers for these 8 years regarding the staving off of devaluation

    When you commence your tenure, you have to commence with people who know how to run a ministry and citizens who will make this country work from day one of your rule, therefore, you see all those scvunts like Henderson Bovell and George C Brath and Sandra and Lynette etc, while they all “mean you well” that IS NOT THE CURRENCY OF COMPETENCIES THAT THE COUNTRY WILL NEED TO REBUILD.

    That has been the trap that successive governments have been seduced by, suck poochism.

    Someone runs around at election time and gets you seats and you give them a ministry or agency and all you end up doing is giving the errand boy, the Henderson Bovells who delivered messages for the Dead King Thompson, the type of weak character who in a flash, abandons Thompson to comes to your camp, you end up giving that same messenger mentality, a ministry.

    And the thing is Mottley that, even if he or any of that similar ilk live to be a thousand, they WILL ALWAYS BE MESSENGERS.

    You need to get wise real quick and realize the putting well intentioned scvunts at the helm only encourages a form of “lesbianic governance” a new term which means “putting cvunts to rub up on a population of 250 thousand cvunts”

    And while I am no Sir Arthur Lewis de ole man can tell you that that is the recipe for failed states a la Freundel Stewart and Crew.

    You need to coopt competent nationalists men and women who love country and who are competent!

    That is totally at variance to the norm of men and women who love Mia (or Fumbles or Owen or Bree) and are mediocre because you nor Alex do not know the words magical to transmute Scunts into magis irrespective of how many Masonic rites he initiates at Salters opposite the late Theo Adams’ home.

    And one final observation Mottley.

    Defer to “no’s” which are comprehensively presented when you propose a yes and vice versa.

    Utilize the Government Information service in a new and aggressive and innovative way to educate the masses and to establish a new form of democratic participation heretofore unknown.

    When your newly constituted Ministry of Education seeks to for example float a discussion on revoking coeducation, let it be by use of that archaic CBC shyte station now augmented by interactive Sykye sessions and validated online votes from the wider citizenry

    You as the new Turk on the block have to change the entrenched lethargy and bring a citizen participation across the full spectrum of governance of the people by the people, one which truly leverages any governmental indicative programming and let’s US$236 million be realized meaningfully.

    Abandon that other model and embrace a model of true service to fellow Bajans lest we fall and rise no more

    PS for the several idiot readers, the example of Education could easily be replaced by Agriculture or Culture or WTF you like. The principle is the same for any one of them and the underlying principle is inclusion of al and measurable outcomes vis a vis public masturbation and customary ego stroking that has brought our nation here

    And Mottley do remember that, it does not matter what these effers say they will do, they are through the edoes.

    Unless you mess up.


  47. recoanthony September 17, 2016 at 8:41 PM #



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