Chris Sinckler -Why Do You Want to Pay Hari Narayan USD10 Million?

Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler

Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler

  1. Who is Harry Narayan?
  2. Why is the Barbados Cane Industry Corporation (BCIC) and Minister of Finance wanting to pay Narayan US$10 million dollars?

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177 Comments on “Chris Sinckler -Why Do You Want to Pay Hari Narayan USD10 Million?”

  1. Jame Mapes January 20, 2017 at 11:27 AM #


    Chris is bullshitting his way through the issue, this isn’t anything new. They are hoping to trick people like they did in 2013 that everything is good with the economy and there is smooth sailing ahead, so VOTE FOR WE.



  2. Well Well & Consequences January 20, 2017 at 11:39 AM #

    “His office did a review”

    They really do need dropping on their frigging heads and so do their yardfowls and the idiots who will vote for even one of them , next election.


  3. FearPlay January 20, 2017 at 1:58 PM #

    “For some time now people I know said they have seen documents related to the sale of CGI Towersowned by Peter Harris, Bruce and Edmund Bayley to Scotia Bank.”
    Maybe the rats have been given a devaluation date and there is now a calculated scramble to relocate some wealth in another jurisdiction.


  4. David January 20, 2017 at 2:21 PM #


    BU source has confirmed that this is yet another fake story by ND. Apparently Scotia has taken over the space vacated by Republic Bank and a little more.


  5. Frustrated Businessman aka 'Nation of Laws' my ass. January 20, 2017 at 2:34 PM #

    Well Well & Consequences January 20, 2017 at 6:19 AM #

    More greed and monopolizing from the minority partners in crime on the island.

    In Bim, you gets what you pays for. Especially gov’t contracts.


  6. Caswell Franklyn January 20, 2017 at 5:22 PM #


    Your source is misleading BU.

    Scotia bought the CGI building at Warrens and gave Republic Bank notice to quit because Scotia wanted that prime location.

    Republic Bank did not intend to move until its building, that would be directly opposite, is completed. Unfortunately, Republic Bank ran into difficulty because their lot is directly over a cave. They were forced to get Barrack to utilise the open space under the Warrens Office Complex to provide temporary accommodation until they worked out how to utilise their cave. Republic Bank bought the lot and only did soil testing after the fact. The reduction in the savings rate worked out well.

    Sent from my iPad


  7. Well Well & Consequences January 20, 2017 at 5:39 PM #

    I trust what some people tell me implicitly, they have no reason to lie and have never lied to me.

    Thomas Harris, Peter Harris’ brother never denied the CGI building was sold to Scotia Bank, he is just making up excuses for the sale, because it was supposed to stay a secret, now that it’s out, they are trying to justify it.

    Knowing Peter Harris, it’s safe to say he is up to no good as usual.


  8. Well Well & Consequences January 20, 2017 at 6:09 PM #

    Fearplay….you are right, the sale of CGI Towers to Scotia Bank was too secretive….given what I was told 2 months ago.


  9. Violet C Beckles CUP January 20, 2017 at 6:20 PM #


  10. Dead Beat January 20, 2017 at 6:38 PM #

    George Belle and Peter Wickham are paid propagandist


  11. Mountain Man January 20, 2017 at 6:41 PM #

    @ Dead Beat

    Combined they are not in the league of Stinkliar when it comes to propaganda.


  12. Violet C Beckles CUP January 20, 2017 at 7:06 PM #

    FreePlay you can say anything about the DBLP members and never be wrong, Everyone is a crook, Caswell will keep BU in check.
    With a New government , We would only trust Caswell as AG, To import an AG maybe the best thing for Barbados, This way they can look at law and not favor, The Ministers and their backup Parties in case they fail also need to be gutted, Parties supported by CGI , and the DBLP ,


  13. Hants January 20, 2017 at 8:01 PM #

    US$100 million for BNTCL,

    Reliable sources informed the WEEKEND NATION that Sol, owned by Barbadian business mogul Sir Kyffin Simpson (below), is prepared to pay Government US$100 million for BNTCL,


  14. Violet C Beckles CUP January 20, 2017 at 8:51 PM #

    Selling all things? to make Election numbers look better? on the 800 year of the great charter MOF talked about on June 15th 2015 of 160Million$ in taxes came in and other 160 Million$ to reach by year end 2015 ,= 320 Million $, another 100Million from First Caribbean Bank , from the dead or Beatrice Henry Account they took over from Barclay’sBank? to build the New Docking for more Tourist ships or Cahill garbage ships? Land Tax bills and other Bills went up and still, we cant see where the FUNDS went? Auditor General must be very hot under his collar,


  15. Anonymouse - TheGazer January 21, 2017 at 4:32 AM #

    It is very difficult make sense or do financial calculations of what goes on in Barbados. Half billion or hundred million dollars deals appear as if we are talking about nickles and dimes. Tens of millions of dollars as if we are talking of pennies.

    At the end of it one has to ask the question ‘Did the nation benefit or just a select few?’

    I very much doubt that you would see many politicians of different ethnicities running for office in Barbados. Why would they? The black politicians are their best champions.


  16. Well Well & Consequences January 21, 2017 at 4:40 AM #

    How can they privatize when these bribetaking sobs dont regulate anything.


  17. Well Well & Consequences January 21, 2017 at 9:57 AM #

    Bajans are being warned, if you have car and home insurance policies with CGI Insurance, find a new insurance provider as soon as possible, CLICO policyholders were not given that opportunity and according to some who have started getting back some of their money recently, they are not getting it in their hands, but checks are being cut, through Chris Sinckler, to pay directly to people and companies they owe.

    Clico victims are still waiting to get their money in their hands, stay way from life insurance companies, they are thieves colluding with government ministers to rob the people.

    “Look Thomas Harris, you no good liar and fraud.

    “Wayne Bascomb
    JANUARY 21, 2017 AT 9:02 AM
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    Peter Harris is planning to uproot CGI, and take the business to NEVIS. What is left of CGI is leaving Barbados, and they rob wunna blind. Leroy Parris has also linked his stolen money with Peter Harris, and most of Clico’s stolen money is off shore in Nevis. There was an illusion to the bajan public of freezing Leroy Parris’ assets. All lies, all crockery, follow the money trail to Nevis.”


  18. Hal Austin January 21, 2017 at 11:06 AM #

    It does not matter if these rumours are true, nevertheless, the regulator should have a conversation with the company – and soon.


  19. Hal Austin January 21, 2017 at 11:09 AM #

    There must be a public register of property ownership – not blind trusts or lawyers – but the real McCoy.


  20. Vincent Haynes January 21, 2017 at 1:42 PM #

    lets have a good look at this……so we are in no doubt about the rudderless drift of this country.

    Added by Marlon Madden on January 21, 2017.
    Saved under Local News

    If he were still the Freundel Stuart-led Democratic Labour Party (DLP) Government’s chief economic advisor, former Chairman of Government’s Council of Economic Advisors Sir Frank Alleyne would tell the administration it must privatize some state entities.

    Addressing Friday’s DLP lunchtime lecture on Fiscal Consolidation in Small Developing Economies at the party’s George Street, Belleville, St Michael headquarters, Sir Frank said privatization should not be brushed aside as Government seeks to cut expenditure and reduce its deficit.

    “Privatization should never be put aside. This economy we are in is a mixed economy. Therefore, my view is that productive investments should be left to the private sector. They are best able to do that,” Sir Frank said.

    Over the past five years Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler has been advised by all manner of accountants and economists of the need to look seriously at selling off a number of loss-making state entities, including the country’s lone television broadcaster, the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation, and its primary garbage collector, the Sanitation Service Authority.

    While Sir Frank did not go into detail as to which entity should be placed in the hands of the private sector or how soon, he made it clear Government should divest some entities while holding on to the role of regulator.

    “Government’s strength is in regulation. Sometimes Government will have to play the leading role in getting something [developed], but as soon as you get that idea firmly planted and developed it becomes what you call a demonstration. This is what is possible. Once you have done that you should get rid of it. Don’t hold that investment which should probably be in the private sector because what you are doing is using the private sector people’s money, my money and your money to compete against us,” the respected economist explained.


  21. Well Well & Consequences January 21, 2017 at 4:20 PM #

    Hal….there is no regulation in Barbados, all any of them have to hear is the operators of a business got money and right away from those in parliament coming down look for their cut, their bribe, never mind the money being collected is from the poorest in society…..they all have the mentality of being socialized as the lowest class, just grab what they can, hand to mouth and hungry.

    When the then supervisor of insurance said Clico was breaking the law, the same government got rid of him and many attributed it to lies and rumor, now there is CGI selling it’s building and not a word to policyholders or the public….bajans like being ripped off.


  22. Well Well & Consequences January 22, 2017 at 5:42 AM #

    The ministers ignored their own laws and stole 30 million dollars of taxpayer’s money to give Maloney to build crap….hie much of that money dod he spend on that cheap looking building, hiw many millions did he keep for himself, hpw much of it was divvied up among the ministers who refused to present themselves to PAC to account for the money.

    How many times over the last 9 years have the government ministers broken the laws, dipped their hands in taxpayer’s money and given it away to crooks.


  23. Well Well & Consequences January 22, 2017 at 5:55 AM #

    Growing bush around any property is neglect, pure and simple, but when Dennis Kellman does it around taxpayer built houses according to him, it’s….

    “an attempt to manage the properties in a systematic, cost-effective manner”

    Have ya ever heard such crap, didn’t government want to charge people for having overgrown bush around their properties. …and when does Kellman plan to clean it up, next year when they are ready to give them away to the poor and homeless to buy votes.

    See more at:


  24. Anonymouse - TheGazer January 22, 2017 at 6:48 AM #

    I like what I do, but every now and then I read something that made me wish I studied literature.

    The behavior, language and antics of the politician reminds me of Animal Farm. Freundel with his reluctance to talk reminds me of how the pigs wanted to interact with the humans and ignore the rest of the animals.

    The changing to a republic reminds me of how Napolean changed the name from Animal Farm to Manor farm

    The enrichment of a minority is reminiscent of how Napolean continuously sought approval of the humans.

    At the end of Animal Farm there is a blurring of the pigs and the humans. I am sitting here waiting to see Freundel being transformed into one of the minorities.

    The Bajans outside looked from the political class to the money class , and from the money class to political class, and from the political class to the money class again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.


  25. Anonymouse - TheGazer January 22, 2017 at 6:55 AM #

    And it also reminds of 1984 with its doublespeak.

    This is sheer beauty “an attempt to manage the properties in a systematic, cost-effective manner”.

    Jumping into the sea like trained seals to explain away the sewage issue.

    On FB with glasses of water in an attempt to minimize news of the water shortage in some areas.

    Their imagery, action and words are Orwellian. H


  26. Well Well & Consequences January 23, 2017 at 5:33 PM #

    “Prime Minister Stuart declaring general election victory a year ahead of poll.”

    Fruendel the Fiend says he got the 2018 election won…and here we are talking about the mental ill psychos, reality deficient, fantasy believers who now entered the white house…lol


  27. Violet C Beckles CUP January 23, 2017 at 7:27 PM #

    All these crooks in Barbados and the people and the government Ministers dont have to Balls to call the names of the people where all the money end up, dream world for full blooded fools.
    Auditor General is the man who telling the true, You can not lie on Numbers


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