Barbados Association of Professional Engineers Responds to Mia’s Membrane Bioreactor Recommendation to Solve South Coast Sewage Problem

The BAPE reacts to leader of the Opposition suggestion to use membrane bioreactor technology to tackle the South Coast Sewage problem –“… these complex infrastructural decisions must not be taken in the heat of political rhetoric, but after careful, deliberate, methodological and professional consideration that is led by our best experts …”

The Barbados Association of Professional Engineers (BAPE) has responded to the BU blogmaster questioning if that association should be the one to inform on the recent suggestion by the Barbados Labour Party (BLP) to use membrane bioreactor technology to solve the South Coast sewage problem.

BU Blogmaster

Sir, you asked for BAPE’S comment on the matter raised about membrane bio reactor (MBR) technology as an option for use on the South Coast.

The Barbados Association of Professional Engineers is not a functional engineering consultancy. It is the national body that represents the interest of such consultant groups; of individual engineers; and of the engineering profession itself. It is therefore not within BAPE’S remit to engage in the technical specifics of any particular engineering solution – such as the use of membrane bio reactor technology or even options such as secondary or tertiary level sewerage treatment. There are multiple viable and valid options that are available for such solutions.

Our concern is that, in the national interest, these complex infrastructural decisions must not be taken in the heat of political rhetoric, but after careful, deliberate, methodological and professional consideration that is led by our best experts – who truly understand the ramifications of the decisions made.

The original final design choice was a poor compromise that was taken largely on short term political and economic considerations. The lack of an emergency back-up outfall, and the pairing of different pipe systems in a common duct clearly point to this fact.

Now that the inevitable crisis has come, millions of dollars are being assigned to deep injection wells, bypass systems and other expensive fixes, while the environment and economy suffers the bad decisions taken by non experts over 20 years ago.

Recent suggestions, that whole new philosophical approaches such as MBR technology should now be introduced is exactly the kind of thinking that gave us the flawed level one plant in the first place. Clearly these political decisions are well intentioned and genuinely conceived, however we continue to reiterate that the technological world of the 21st century is far too complex and sophisticated for such decisions to be made without full involvement of the experts and even the public, in the various pros and cons, and the justifications for the final choices made.

Unless we establish a new regime for decision-making with respect to national infrastructural projects such as the SCSP, our road and transport network, the water works system and other critical assets, we will only encounter even worse failures. It simply is not possible to successfully conceptualise and manage such complex, large-scale, projects in the absence of professional, dedicated, and transparent management – empowered with full control of the resources needed to follow prescribed construction standards and maintenance schedules.

118 comments

  • NorthernObserver

    “need to see the as built plans”
    good luck. At best, as built drawings, are original plans altered to reflect changes made during construction. Typically, 50% of the mandatory hold back (aka final payment), is contingent upon the supply of these documents. However, many times the construction drawings have so many markings on them, ‘as built’ can be difficult to determine.
    The key is frequently the reports of the Independent QC engineer. They are the most likely to note the variances and changes to what was drawn or specified.

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  • Well Well @ Cut and Paste @ Your Service

    Degrees are not a necessity of life, if you are naturally gifted, talented and blessed with commonsense and intelligence…..you have everything you need…you become in demand, opportunities look for you…

    many geniuses drop out of universities, some never attend, but their contributions to their countries and the world are unparalleled…cannot be easily matched.

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  • Well well

    Your arguments shows how demented your mind is !!

    If according to you , degrees are not necessary, why is Mia Mottley promising free education for Barbadians to UWI from September 2018 ??

    You FARTHOLE !!!

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    Fractured Criminal…I am nio the one created the shut system, I am just telling you what is documented about naturally talented people who either dropped out of universities or never went…but excelled anyway….something you obviously dont know,

    Did Steve Jobs have a degree
    Did Bill gates have one
    Did the 15 year old who dropped out of Bronx Science, created Tumblr and sold it for many millions have one.

    I can site many thousands more…

    How about your creatives in Barbados, oh I forgot, you destroy them, stagnate and marginalize them, steal their inventions and sell or give it away to minority crooks for bribe money. ..cause yall are too dumb to create or invent…with all ya degrees and CXCs.

    Ya should take a look at Nekkid Departure.

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ Fractured BLP March 4, 2018 at 5:41 PM

    The same way Fumble got 3 along with the top brass of the current Cabinet with their worthless output from the paper qualification mill.

    But we want to agree with you further.
    For if that is the quality of the output from the UWI what a waste of taxpayers’ money to spend on corrupt incompetent jokers totally bereft of the most important degree in life called Commonsense.

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    Miller…could you believe these clowns, what the hell kind of sale of 4 seasons was that….they sold the property for amount the same crooks owed the NIS pension fund in loans…60 million US dollars…but where is the money..

    I gotta give Nation News their props for investigative journalism..

    But the office of the DPP and police are the ones to investigate, when this gang of thieves are thrown out on their asses…never to return.

    People are speechless.

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  • @BAPE President March 4, 2018 at 9:28 AM #

    “Where there is a serious weakness has been in the ongoing failure of local authorities to make this (or any) code mandatory for local construction. BAPE, BIA, and the BNSI have been asking for such action now for decades without any political / legal action being taken.”

    The above quote says it ALL, BAPE CODE IS NOT MANDATORY, therefore there is NO CODE.

    BARBADOS HAS A RULE FOR EVERYTHING, ENFORCEMENT OF NOTHING. Any self respecting engineer would not promote the Barbados CODE system, period. In most developed countries their engineering associations would terminate their membership for allowing such incompetence.

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  • Dr. Simple Simon

    @Well Well & Cut N’ Paste At Your Service March 4, 2018 at 6:11 PM “I gotta give Nation News their props for investigative journalism.”

    Looks like the Nation might be hiring some of the brightest and the best.

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  • Ah wonder why these 2 BLP doomsayers ( Well well & Miller ) don’t go to their workplace at Westbury Cemetery to keep watch over their ” Dead Predictions ”

    • DLP government will be a one term government !!

    • DLP government – with a 2 seat majority – after the 2013 General Elections won’t survive 6 months after !!

    • The Barbados $$$ will be devalued by 2015 !!

    • The Barbados government HAVE to go the IMF before 2017 ends !!

    • General Elections must held by December 2017 !!!

    And just imagine that these 2 DUPPY WATCHERS ..,,,,,were outfoxed by a DLP that these FARTHOLES…….,claimed to be WEAK & INCOMPETENT !!!

    These 2 are really BLP Rat Botsies !!!

    Dems AGAIN !!!

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  • Note the Nation newspaper front page story comes a week after BU published one of the conveyances.

    #steupe

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  • Talking Loud Saying Nohing

    BY:
    SIR HENRY FRASER
    Both the wider world and the whole Caribbean are suffering from a crisis of leadership – The Americas from North to South and from Argentina to Venezuela; Britain, the middle East, Korea and much of Africa. World news and Caribbean news items provide a daily diet of crises, corruption or alleged corruption, and confusing claims. Where does the world turn for solutions or role models?……………….

    https://www.barbadosadvocate.com/columns/things-matter-leadership-leadership-leadership

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ David March 4, 2018 at 4:57 PM

    What BAPE ought to do is to explain the ‘unprofessional’ behaviour of three of its members in the entire South coast sewerage fiasco now about to become a full-blown economic and public health disaster.

    Despite being armed with the hindsight knowledge of the poor design and sub-standard construction of the same sewerage system why did the former BWA GM- himself a high-flying world class engineer- seek to blame vandals and political operatives for the seeping shit although fully briefed by his consultant(s) about the pending disaster?

    Why did two of BAPE’s longstanding members- no less in the persons of the MoH & MoT, both highly competent and successful engineers- make asses of themselves by trying to’ swim away’ the sewage by dressing like political clowns in Tintin-like swimsuits while telling naïve Bajans that all was well with the South coast just a minor electrical hitch with the plant which will be rectified, “shortly”, ‘very soon and before the start of the 2017 tourism winter season’?

    Why would we want to rely on anything you or your members have to advise regarding the shambolic South coast situation when you took a backseat in the whole Cahill miasma which turned out to be nothing more than a scam to rip off taxpayers?

    Let’s bring in the experts instead of relying on you incestuously incompetent lot.
    You can act as the local sidekicks as you usually do anyway where foreign funding is the piper calling the engineering tune.

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  • NorthernObserver

    Noted

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  • @Miller

    Dont you get the impression that these associations are as effective and visible as who leads them?

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  • David BU

    How many candidates you entering in the 2018 General Elections ??

    If you have money 💰 to burn – you can enter Enuff , Lorenzo, Prodigirl , Artax , Miller and the weaker candidate of the lot Well well !!

    The Treasury Department would be glad for their deposits !!!

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  • @ David,

    You don’t get Government contracts by criticizing the Government.

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ Fractured BLP March 4, 2018 at 6:20 PM #

    Good one, Fcukuptured!

    You are getting good with your old wine fermented in the greenhouse at Greenland costing 500 million dollars and stored in the $700 million cellar called Dodds.

    Now where would we be win(n)ing and dining at Mia’s expense on the South coast since she is the one being blamed for the disaster?

    All the predictions we are making are just the messages passed on through regular séances with the dead king in the St. John Parish Church yard all written on the cursed letterhead “I will never lie, cheat or steal”.

    These predictions are made in the same crucible of lies, deceit and propaganda just like the many DLP promises made from 2008 to 2018.

    All now marked ‘RIP’; just like your loitering incompetent corrupt administration trying to avoid the grim reaper; just like the dead King tried to do and which not even Rev. Durant the reincarnated Supreme being and raiser of the dead could have kept away.

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    Dr. Simple…the Nation is following BUs lead, that is an A for effort, and we can recognize that they did some investigative work to find the cockroaches hiding behind the shell company Pharcipicle.

    ….they would never have done that fine piece of investigative reporting 5 years ago,

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  • It should be obvious that some sort of engineering will be done and will be required, but let us not get the notion that every effort is a Herculean task. And the fact that they cost millions seem to come with an element of corruption.

    Sometimes, I wonder if overpasses and underpasses are really required or are they taken as a sign of being a nation or as being developed. More symbolic than necessary. Could punching above our weight be a euphemism for doing shit?

    I will stop here as a spirit of negativity seem to have overtaken me.
    Carry on!

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    Fractured Criminal…why are you so upset, when it’s the taxpayer’s who did not get an accounting of the 60 million US loan to the 4 seasons scam artists…they pension fund.did not get repaid as the Auditor General said….. and the people still have no idea about the sale of 4 seasons or the 60 million dollars US yall allegedly collected from the same 4 seasons scam artists for an over 16 acre property.

    I do believe it’s the taxpayer’s should be upset and cussing.

    I suppose that money is marked as not accounted for in the report right?

    Well cussing is not going to make the money magically appear, it’s been 3 years….

    Tick, tock.

    I see the nation story said 40 acres sold……did yall thief someone else’s property and sell it to the scam artists.

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  • THE DEVELOPERS who came together to build the multimillion-dollar Four Seasons Resort and Private residences ten years ago have dissolved the company.

    http://www.nationnews.com/nationnews/news/84904/investors-day

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  • ” Building of villas on the $380 million development started. In February 2008, the Four Seasons website proclaimed their adjacent hotel and spa would open in 2009 ”

    In 2018, the $60 million site COULD be used for a $500 million hotel / villa project.

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  • Well well

    Why you don’t remain your cage …..yuh mongrel !

    The Government of Barbados took US $ 60 million from the NIS Fund and put in the Four Seasons project ?

    It is you & the BLP lies and propaganda tat that have wunnah in opposition !!

    Just like wunnah peddled the lies ….Chris Sinckler owns a house in St. George !!

    5 more years in wunnah deceitful..,,,FARTHOLES !!!

    Keep it up !!!!

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  • There is a blog dealing with the NIS.

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  • William Skinner

    @Well Well & Cut N’ Paste At Your Service March 4, 2018 at 2:21 PM #
    William…..again….Mia would be a fool not to pursue criminal charges against Fruendel and his gang for that level of criminality against the people,…the treasury, the NIS Pension Fund, she will never hear the end of it”.

    Mia Mottley is incapable of cleaning up any corruption. Mottley is part of the problem and should she become prime minister , she would continue to bluff. She has held every important ministry and has been a deputy prime minister forever and has never moved one finger in fourteen years of power to even suggest that she will fight any corruption, inside or out.
    Mottley is the political god child of “uncle Errol”. Mottley was on the verge of joining her “uncle’s” party, when the strategists in the DLP, advised her to run in the constituency she now represents. In other words, she like David Thompson was the chosen one and the Democratic Labour Party big shots ensured her path to Parliament.
    It is common knowledge that Arthur’s preference was Reginald Farley, a bright well centered young man , with all the ability to become an outstanding leader. Arthur had always confided in his close friends , that Mottley’s only ambition was to become the first female PM.
    She is now on the verge of leading this country because within her party , the talent pool is equally limited to that of the Democratic Labour Party.
    No wonder that Arthur is trying his best to ensure she never becomes Prime Minister. Unfortunately her chances are excellent and this means that the same mediocrity now being
    endured by the country because of Freundel Stuart will continue accompanied by the emptiness of Mottley, who continues to be accused by others, as being brilliant.

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  • And what happed to Farley? Tell us.

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  • Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service

    William….to be honest…none of that history of political pimping or pandering in the last 50 years is interesting, or stimulating or educational…it’s useless.

    Bajans been clinging on to the sentimental Barrow/Adams crap for over 50 years and it has gotten them nowhere…and will never get them anywhere. ..

    .. if they were smart they would start viewing politicians as sensible people are now viewing them worldwide…..as maggots and parasites living off the existence of populations…because that is all they are…corrupt parasites, none is different to the other.

    I personally cannot stand any of them.

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  • Yeah….. we are saved!!! Barbados has been saved….. read article on BBC website: ” The straw that let’s you drink sewage”!!! ….

    http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20180305-the-miraculous-straw-that-lets-you-drink-dirty-water

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ Hants March 4, 2018 at 8:30 PM
    “In 2018, the $60 million site COULD be used for a $500 million hotel / villa project.”

    And what would become of your Hyatt erection? You mean you would let it turn out to be just another flaccid scam leaving taxpayers’ to pick up the pieces again and as usual?

    So how can little Barbados have two gigantic competing hotels within less than a 5 minutes drive? Which one would be ‘better ‘able’ attract the discerningly ‘limited’ hoity-toity of white skin visitors looking for an up-market welcome break of pure heavenly peace and excitement in the tanning sun?

    Now Hants, where would you invest your Can $200 million to make a killing from the hotel industry in shit-smelling Barbados?

    Would you be placing your money in Maloney’s high-rise casino on Bay Street only to fall flat on your broken face or would you be keen playing Bajan roulette in the Jada private members club only for jaded investors?

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  • Dr. Simple Simon

    @ks March 5, 2018 at 12:21 PM “we are saved! Barbados has been saved the straw that let’s you drink sewage.”

    No thanks.

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  • NationBLPnewspaper

    As part of the BLP campaign to try to extract political benefit from the problems with the south coast sewage treatment, they arranged a group of visitors who would be rightly concerned like all Barbadians about getting the situation resolved and then in typical NATION BLP NEWSPAPER form turned it into a pure partisan one sided journalistic hit job on the PM.

    What do you expect from a newspaper that has been used for the last 10 years as a mouthpiece for the BLP?
    Answer this question when last have you seen anybody in the Nation newspaper write anything critical of Mia Mottley.
    ANSWER : THEY CANNOT . That is the unwritten policy which is enforced by the editorial staff. Its a political paper they are running.

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  • Who would have thought that 10 years later with a different government occupying Bay Street we would be engaged in the same discussion points- lack of transparency, corruption, debt, low productivity, crime, etc etc

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  • NationBLPnewspaper

    Contrast the treatment of this opposition leader in the press to David Thompson pre 2008 by the Nation newspaper.
    I can name two writers in the Nation pre 2008 who were putting licks in Thompson every week with differing intensity : Albert Brandford every Sunday and Ezra Alleyne every Friday.

    Fast Forward NOW : You cannot find one writer in the Nation BLP newspaper who can even dare to criticize Mottley openly. That is not coincidence, the Nation newspaper is part of the BLP campaign. The Nation newspaper should be ashamed to try to speak about cosy relationships between politicians and business people and yet cannot say a word about the FACT that the Nation newspaper is the journalistic prostitute of the BLP with weekly pimps like Fances Chandler, Harry Russell , Pat Hoyas , Clude Mascoll of of course Petra Wickham being paid by the Nation newspaper to beg Bajans to vote for the BLP. If that isn’t corruption in a media house.what is?

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  • NationBLPnewspaper

    Let me compliment the Barbados Advocate for trying to be balanced. In today’s Advocate The Advocate has devoted two full pages(Pages 6 and 7) to reporting on a recently held BLP meeting on Sunday night. This is noteworthy because when I scanned both papers on a daily basis, I have not seen any BLP ads placed in the Advocate promoting their meetings and yet the Advocate still ensured that its readers were informed, not by a columnist lambasting or criticizing the BLP speakers but just by reporting the facts.
    You will never see this balance in the Nation BLP newspaper because the Nation newspaper is more interested in taking sides and pushing their political pupetteer than giving readers the facts.
    Despots usually like to control the press. The Nation is under BLP control and by extension Starcom, whichever party controls the government will control CBC.
    Could we be looking at a government in a few weeks that controls all the major and heavily circulated news outlets? We already know that the National loudmouth David Commisiong has been compromised by Mottley and is singing for his supper.
    A perfect storm for BLP animal farm to play out.

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  • Dr. Simple Simon

    @NationBLPnewspaper March 6, 2018 at 10:02 AM
    @NationBLPnewspaper March 6, 2018 at 10:16 AM

    Dear NationBLPnewspaper: You seem hyper anxious. Please take your sedatives and have a nice afternoon nap.

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  • Dr. Simple Simon

    @NationBLPnewspaper March 6, 2018 at 9:55 AM “As part of the BLP campaign to try to extract political benefit from the problems with the south coast sewage treatment, they arranged a group of visitors who would be rightly concerned like all Barbadians about getting the situation resolved”

    Dear NationBLPnewspaper: Please tell me how much time and how much money you need to remove the @hit from the streets and I will beg God to give you some more time, and I’ll order some hotshot financiers (who owe me some favours) to provide you with as much money as you want.

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ NationBLPnewspaper March 6, 2018 at 10:16 AM #
    “Let me compliment the Barbados Advocate for trying to be balanced. In today’s Advocate The Advocate has devoted two full pages(Pages 6 and 7) to reporting on a recently held BLP meeting on Sunday night. This is noteworthy because when I scanned both papers on a daily basis, I have not seen any BLP ads placed in the Advocate promoting their meetings and yet the Advocate still ensured that its readers were informed, not by a columnist lambasting or criticizing the BLP speakers but just by reporting the facts.”

    Why should Sir Anthony put more eggs in the DLP electoral basket which is now full of addled ones?

    He has already recovered his investments made in 2008 and 2013 and is about to dump you guys the same way Mother Nature would soon be sending him to visit permanently his friend in the St. John Parish Church yard.

    You have served your purpose to Sir A B, now be gone, both of you!

    BTW, NationBLPnewspaper, have you checked to see if Mia produced her LEC to the Registrar before being issued with a licence to practise law for the period 1st February 2018 to 31st January 2019?
    Or is it a simply convenient case of why waste money when she soon will be unable to do such in the capacity of Primus Inter Pares, LEC or no LEC?

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  • NationBLPnewspaper

    Whenever facts and countless examples are brought to this blog to show how the Nation newspaper is shamelessly and blatantly campaigning and being used as the Public Relations arm of the BLP with an editorial policy of “NO CRITICISM OF MIA MOTTLEY”, the partisans on the blog resort to two basic statements:

    Number one – Look at CBC and the Advocate

    Number 2- Attack the messenger

    They cannot refute my claims because the facts confirm my assertions. The Nation newspaper is paying columnists to campaign for the BLP and it is no coincidence that not one of those columnists can criticize Mottley. That is the BLP strategy being played out in Fontabelle. The truth is the truth.

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  • NationBLPnewspaper

    In today’s Nation BLP newspaper, the Nation BLP newspaper has a section entitled Dos and Donts for the election season.

    I nearly fell out of my sofa when I read them:
    – Don’t stage political events to attract media attention.
    (Now does anyone remember when the BLP propaganda machine would go around canvassing under the pretence of a “Rubbing Shoulders” programme and every single time it was covered and published by the Nation BLP newspaper).

    This second one takes the cake:
    Don’t be experts / analysts offering opinions and insights into events to benefit a special interest.
    ( Enter Peter Wickham , political advisor to Mia Mottley and Nation newspaper columnist who can NEVER EVER find anything wrong with anything Mottley does, Enter Ryan Straughn who was given a column by the Nation BLP newspaper in their Business Authority to boost his profile while he was planning to be a BLP candidate, Enter Colin Jordan who was given several guests columns in the Nation BLP newspaper to talk tourism and criticize the current party, of course we have Frances Chandler who is now every week in the Nation shamelessly begging for votes for the BLP, I could go on and on – including Mascoll who during the last election showed me something I had never seen in local media – a man appearing in pictures on a political platform and being covered on one page while writing a newspaper column on the next.

    The Nation BLP newspaper is what it is – a political public relations propaganda machine trying to fool people that they are independent. ONE BIG STUPSE.

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ NationBLPnewspaper March 6, 2018 at 9:55 AM
    “Answer this question when last have you seen anybody in the Nation newspaper write anything critical of Mia Mottley.”

    Weren’t there many articles questioning Mia Mottley’s entitlement to practise law without an LEC?

    So where have those concerns disappeared to? Under the electoral carpet since the AG has failed to respond to the Resolution passed at your party’s “last” annual conference?

    Why was Ms Mottley issued with a licence to practice law during 2018 and still not in possession of an LEC?

    Is that the reason the same GS- now trying to ascend the steps of the HoA as the only ‘Opposing’ member in the next session of the Parliament- has gone ‘squeaky’ silent on this burning issue?

    Don’t you think these serious matters of integrity- going to the heart of governance in Barbados- ought to be highlighted in the media both at your BLP Nation newspaper and in the Advocate which will soon be publishing in full colour Dr. Inniss’s report about the causes of failure of the sewerage system on the South coast?

    Now blame the Nation BLP for that abject failure in maintenance à la your incompetent deceitful lying party!

    Read and weep to find out about the game of Russian roulette your destructive administration has been playing for the past 5 years with the public health and economic well-being of the people.

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  • NationBLPnewspaper

    @Miller
    You are really grasping at straws, bobbing and weaving all over the place and cannot explain why the Nation newspaper is paying 7 columnists to campaign for the BLP under the guise of “independent commentators”.

    Even Barbados Today has called out Mottley on occasion for not even putting forward a credible economic alternative but no not the Nation BLP Newspaper, they cannot say anything negative about her.
    Wake UP Miller and try to be objective, if that is possible. The Nation is using the Fox News approach. You report what the other side says (eg: Absence of a LEC ) but then you use the patd commentators to push public opinion in the direction you want it.
    It is not coincidence that the Nation columnists take Mottley’s defence on every issue. Check Frances Chandler , you even had Harry Russell a few Mondays ago begging Mr. Arthur to give Mottley a chance.
    To take and change a line from Bill Clinton’s 1992 Presidential campaign: “Its the columnists Stupid”.
    Those are the BLP attack dogs employed by the Nation BLP Newspaper to do the party’s propaganda.

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ NationBLPnewspaper March 7, 2018 at 12:48 PM

    Grasping at straws? Really?

    Ok, let us say the miller is the drowning man about to go under with poor Mia Mottley floating on a branch from a coconut tree.

    We are both dead in the water.

    Now can you focus on what the former Guv of the Central Bank Dr. Deliar is warning your administration about? Are the foreign reserves about to dry up completely pushing the Bajan Mickey Mouse dollar under extremely choppy waters?

    Are you going to read his ‘balanced comments’ in both rag sheets you like to read to satiate your hunger for intellectual filth?

    After all, he is/was one of confidants in the sanctum sanctorum of your party’s administration and knows your endemic weaknesses when it comes to the management of the country’s financial and economic affairs.

    Is the make-believe wise man who doctored many of the cooked books of economic misinformation in his time at the bank of economic propaganda a ‘born-again’ liar or is he repenting for his sins and speaking the Truth about Barbados’s dismal outlook for its capacity to earn forex and defend its 2:1 peg?

    Is your arrogant pig-headed incompetent boss going to listen to the loose-lip doctor of voodoo economics and jump ship before the foreign reserves tank flounders and sinks by calling elections within the next 30 days or is he going down like a true loyal captain of vacillation at the helm with his ship of state?

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  • NationBLPnewspaper

    @Miller – Your inability to defend what is going on at the Nation BLP Newspaper and the prostituting of this newspaper to do the BLP’s propaganda bidding is reflected in your non answers that never address the questions I pose. Your responses are as predictable as Pat Hoyos , Albert Brandford and Peter Wickham Sunday column.
    Your “responses” usually fall into one of these categories:

    Number one – Look at CBC and the Advocate

    Number 2- Attack the messenger

    Number 3 – Raise a different issue.

    No objective person can argue that the Nation newspaper is not using a strategy of BLP leaning or outright BLP operatives in the case of Mascoll and a few others to push a particular narrative.The evidence is overwhelming.

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