Ronald Jones Against a Penis Free Prime Minister

Submitted by Charles Knighton

High Commissioner to Barbados, Marie Legault

Just when you think it would not be possible for Minister of Education Ronald Jones to trump some of his previous foolish utterances, his suggestion that Canada’s High Commissioner to Barbados, Marie Legault, be recalled for “meddling in the domestic political affairs of Barbados” for having the temerity to offer the completely innocuous suggestion that “Barbados was ready for a male or female leader” moves to the top of my list. Is there a third option, or is the Minister suggesting only the male option is correct for Barbados in perpetuity?

Every Barbadian Prime Minister has had a penis. The possession of a generative member is, in fact, the one trait they all share. They may have had differing religious or educational backgrounds, or hailed from different parishes. Yet all have been men. But with the prospect of Mia Mottley becoming the first penis-free prime minister, it’s not surprising that her DLP rivals want to remind Barbados and the delegations doing business here that their genital anatomy is the norm. When your party has made a hash of the country over 10 years, evidently tradition becomes your last resort.

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133 Comments on “Ronald Jones Against a Penis Free Prime Minister”

  1. Fractured BLP March 14, 2018 at 8:52 PM #

    All of Barbados’ problems can be traced right back to
    Mia Aman Mottley!!

    She as Barbados’ first DESPOT. .. has not allowed the country to settle down over the last 25 years !

    Her latest act of fraud is to encourage a female voter to take a picture of her ballot – to prove that the vote was cast for MAM !

    Btw , has anyone heard MAM deny this allegation !

    Barbados deserves better !!!


  2. Dr. Simple Simon March 14, 2018 at 8:53 PM #

    And to think that this whole thing started with Maureen Holder, a known DLP hardliner , make a silly suggestion that Barbados needs a debate about female leadership.

    No wonder Ronald (who ain’t the Minister of Foreign Affairs) jumped in right behind Maureen. Isn’t Ronald a know DLPite?

    Barbados doesn’t need a debate about female leadership. Barbados needs an election, and the sooner, the better.


    Note that the the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Senator the Honourable Maxine McClean, ain’t have a single bad word to say about the Canadian High Commissioner

    That should tell us something.



  3. David March 14, 2018 at 8:54 PM #

    Look how a broke ass country is allowing a few JAs to undermine the relationship between two countries have have enjoyed a cordial relationship gong back decades. Almost every thing this government appears set on destroying whether through incompetence or ignorance.


  4. Dr. Simple Simon March 14, 2018 at 8:55 PM #

    @Bush Tea March 14, 2018 at 8:23 PM “Bushie is surprised that anyone is surprised that Barbados is fully ready to be led by women.”

    Because of late the men ain’t doing such a good job, are they?


  5. Fractured BLP March 14, 2018 at 8:58 PM #


    You through this blog site – have caused tremendous harm to Barbados!

    You promote;

    Homophobia !

    Xenophobia !

    Mia !


  6. Hants March 14, 2018 at 8:58 PM #

    real real Bajan slang ” I ain’t going up there and tell anybody to vote for he.” lol


  7. David March 14, 2018 at 9:01 PM #


    We give you our minister of Education.



  8. Enuff March 14, 2018 at 9:11 PM #

    But wdf I reading–garters popping? A total emabarrassment and further proof why we should not be surprised that we have ended up with less than 4 weeks of forex, sewage on the south coast, piled up garbage and a litany of other woes, while parliament has dissolved and an election date is unknown. The Cabinet is incompetent and duncey. How could anyone with any commonsense interpret Legault’s comments made in a speech on International Women’s Day as telling people to vote for Mia? Who was it that attended or wanted to attend Obama’s 2008 inauguration?


  9. Talking Loud Saying Nothing March 14, 2018 at 9:13 PM #

    Check out the link below

    ” Australia considers visas for white South African farmers”


  10. Enuff March 14, 2018 at 9:19 PM #

    Every week you wid a different kite, and every week it does pop.🤣🤣🤣 You really think Bajans gine buy that story? Stupse! Go off the RH blog do🐴


  11. Dr. Simple Simon March 14, 2018 at 9:28 PM #

    @whiteHill March 14, 2018 at 2:19 PM . “…the women in Barbados, with the exception of attended some institution of higher learning, what the hell are they doing but bitching and whining.”

    Look here to see what the women of Barbados are doing:
    Labor force participation rate, female (% of female population ages 15+) (modeled ILO estimate)

    According to this World Bank data, 62% of Barbadian women who are 15 or older are in the paid labour force. For some other countries the numbers for female labour force participation aare:

    Rwanda 86%
    Yemen 6%
    Canada 61%
    Trinidad 51%
    Jamaica 57%
    The United States of America 56%

    So it would seem that the women of Barbados are doing more, much more that bitching, and whining, fooping and breeding.


  12. Hants March 14, 2018 at 9:36 PM #


    A diplomatic war of words may be developing between the government of Barbados and government of Canada through their representatives, the Minister of Education, Ronald Jones, and the north American country’s High Commissioner, Marie Legault.


  13. Hants March 14, 2018 at 9:40 PM #

    Canada will be the first to help Barbados if a ” natural disaster occurs ” so this little spat will blow over.


  14. Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service March 15, 2018 at 4:12 AM #

    Ronald Jones like all his fellow ministers are a major embarrassment to the island, they are wicked to women and young people , they still live in the dark ages and expect every female on the island to live there with them, it is high time for the electorate to rid the parliament and themselves of these non progressive, chauvinistic male parasites… save future generations of females and young people in the majority population.

    “Canada supports senior diplomat accused of interfering in Barbados election
    Added by Barbados Today on March 14, 2018.

    Canada’s foreign minister Chrystia Freeland is standing by a senior Canadian diplomat accused of interfering in Barbados’ election, according to an article published in the National Post online.

    Canadian High Commissioner to Barbados Marie Legault raised the ire of Minister of Education Ronald Jones, who said in fiery terms Tuesday she should be recalled to Canada for suggesting the country is ready for a female prime minister — and, in his view, implying that citizens should vote for a change in Government.

    Canadian High Commissioner to Barbados Marie Legault and Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland

    Opposition leader Mia Mottley, of the Barbados Labour Party, is challenging incumbent Prime Minister Freundel Stuart of the Democratic Labour Party. The country’s parliament dissolved last week but an election date has not yet been set.

    Legault was “in no way endorsing any candidate in their upcoming election,” said Adam Austen, a spokesman for Freeland. “On the contrary, she was [speaking] to Canada’s well-established feminist foreign policy as the keynote speaker at an event highlighting gender issues in the Caribbean on International Women’s Day. Canada is proud to support the greater participation of women in all spheres, including politics and government, around the world.”

    In her address, Legault, a career diplomat, outlined percentages of women in the legislatures of other Caribbean countries and said, “I think every country is ready for a male or female prime minister. Gender does not have an impact.”


  15. Bush Tea March 15, 2018 at 8:14 AM #

    @ Dr Simple Simon
    …Because of late the men ain’t doing such a good job, are they?
    The new understatement of the decade!!!
    You got that right Sis.

    We so-called ‘men’ have been such shiitehounds that the poor women are now called upon to be our mothers, caretakers, protectors, educators, providers and -obviously – our leaders.

    The current subject of this moot is the classic case in point.
    Easily one of the biggest jackasses in public life in living memory, this moron has achieved nothing, destroyed all that he came and found, and yet is allowed -by an even dumber jackass- to continue to imperil our national future with his antics.

    Compared to what we now call ‘leadership’, ANY woman would be an immediate improvement.

    Let’s have Dr. Simple Simon on the ballot..
    The mock LEC is better than the shiite male lawyers with their LEC…
    and the mock Doc could only improve our eddykashun system.


  16. Bush Tea March 15, 2018 at 11:40 AM #

    Talk what wunna like….

    But if Froon has the balls to land in Eng’a’land for the Queen’s dooflicky
    – calling heself “PM of Shiitebados” after this article hit the streets in London …..
    …then the man either got REAL balls
    …or he is a complete dumb-donkey.
    Those English journalists ain’t easy yuh….
    and most of them are familiar with little England…

    Could be ‘history-making’ indeed…. LOL


  17. Mike Romock (engineer) and Albeen O’Centrick March 15, 2018 at 3:08 PM #

    Jesus Harold Christ in a sidecar, you really are this phucking stupid, aren’t you, dickhead?

    Earlier, you spent 200 words explaining to what you perceive as your tribe how to behave on the basis of one spectacularly uninteresting Levantine desert nomad from the Bronze Age. Now that, Bushie, is funny. Er, lol.

    Know what I like about the Bush, Bushie, and indeed the whole internet? No eminents. Me, Harold Hoyte, Patrick Maxwell, Bobby Pitcher, Jeff Broomes, a judge, and you, and Welly.


  18. islandgal March 15, 2018 at 3:27 PM #

    Pussy mania is on the loose in the DLP! Fractured go and tek yuh meds and put on a depends. Yuh shitting all over the place and yuh smelling badddd!

    Bushie dahling how you? I miss yuh badddd! I gine pon de ballot ticket, wuuna menz cahn even balance de chequebook. Cahn even wipe wunna asses properly in CH CH. Imagine MOT Sealy was salivating about the amount of Tourist Barbados gine get because of what the hurricane done to the other islands. But he forgot to clean his house toilet that did overflowing wid shite. Now the shite has hit the fan up in London town. Now tell me if a woman was in charge she wudda mek sure the house clean and de toilet wukking. Smooches mah dahling Bushie!


  19. Artax March 15, 2018 at 3:29 PM #

    islandgal March 15, 2018 at 3:27 PM #

    “Now tell me if a woman was in charge she wudda mek sure the house clean and de toilet wukking. Smooches mah dahling Bushie!”



  20. Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service March 15, 2018 at 8:39 PM #

    What Fruendolittle dont realize is because of that Telegraph article, when he arrives in UK all pompous and ready to genuflect and prostrate himself in front the beast of buckingham palace, the press will converge on him like flies on…well….shit…lol

    The press is relentless for such stories of corruption, incompetence and neglect, they are nothing like the shitty, useless, coward political pimps for press on the island.

    Yep …Fruendolittle will make history alright…lol


  21. Theophilius Gazerts 270 March 15, 2018 at 8:50 PM #

    Whenever I shadow box, I punch above my weight…. 🙂


  22. Hants March 16, 2018 at 12:20 AM #

    Natalie enters political campaign


  23. David March 16, 2018 at 2:15 AM #


    Barbados Today boy.


  24. millertheanunnaki March 16, 2018 at 12:02 PM #

    @ Hants March 16, 2018 at 12:20 AM

    Natalie makes a ‘night living’ through satisfying the urges of men (and some women).

    All she is doing is climbing the career ladder by joining the political ranks of those who make a daily living by lying to the electorate and screwing the financial daylight out of the taxpayers in their orgasmic urge to get rich quick.


  25. Hal Austin March 16, 2018 at 2:35 PM #

    Do we have a problem with confident women?

    Alexandra Burke has battled more than her fair share of criticism in the last year – something she says is partly down to the way confidence is perceived in the UK.
    There’s every reason for Alexandra to feel on top of the world.
    The 2008 X Factor winner is fresh off the Strictly Come Dancing tour, has new music coming out, recently landed a role in the West End-revival of Chess and is going on her own solo tour later this year.
    But, as the 29-year-old gears up to release her third album The Truth Is, she is open about the turbulent time she’s had in recent months.
    “It’s so easy to get into a habit in this industry of, when someone asks how you are, you say, ‘Oh yeah! Everything’s great! So nice to see you!’ in a really high-pitched voice!” she tells BBC News.
    “And I fell into that autopilot trap of saying everything’s wonderful. And sometimes it’s not. And so I’m at a point in my life where I can just be like actually, if I’m not okay, I’m going to say.
    “Life has its challenges, but it feels like people can’t talk about it, because it’s like you’re scared of facing your own reality, and that was me.”
    Life certainly threw several big challenges at Alexandra towards the end of last year.
    Alexandra was partnered with Gorka Marquez on Strictly
    She took part in Strictly Come Dancing, a show on which celebrities queue up to appear and is normally described as a joyful experience by former contestants.
    Despite regularly receiving top scores from the judges, Alexandra often found herself in the bottom two as a result of the public vote and the subject of criticism on social media.
    But why? Several theories were forthcoming.
    The Guardian suggested “Burke’s surprising difficulties [were] linked to deeply rooted racial anxieties” – but acknowledged that was unlikely to be the sole issue, as Ore Oduba won the series the previous year.
    The Sun’s Dan Wootton, meanwhile, claimed Alexandra was “far too cocky”.
    In an article for The Guyliner which staunchly defended her and rapidly went viral, Justin Myers seemed to hit the nail on the head.
    “According to some, Alexandra is gushing, over complimentary, talkative, excitable, dramatic, theatrical, over the top, grating, mildly annoying, calculating, overly humble and modest,” he said.
    Many agreed that it can sometimes feel in the UK like celebrities, and women in particular, have to behave a certain way in order to be successful.
    Alexandra performing at Wembley Arena earlier this month
    Our biggest pop stars, such as Ed Sheeran and Adele, often making self-deprecating jokes or even play down their own success.
    But women who come across as a little more confident in their own ability are often said not to be “likeable” enough.
    Writing about Jessie J, who has faced similar accusations, Popjustice said: “In the UK we have a problem with what we call ‘showing off’, even when it comes to pop stars, musicians and people whose actual job is to show off a bit.
    “Sing but don’t over-sing. Collect an award but don’t look too pleased with yourself. That sort of thing.”
    “I find it bizarre, because women shouldn’t feel that if they come across as too confident it can be mistaken for arrogance. That’s a massive problem we have over here,” Alexandra says.
    “I got lost in a little bubble on Strictly. That minute-and-a-half where I had no cares in the world. I love to dance so it was a joy and something that I would look forward to if I made it through to the next week.
    “It was just a special moment for me to not do anything but dance and be carefree.
    Alexandra is engaged to Josh Ginelly, whom she met while starring in The Bodyguard
    “And that, yes, has been mistaken for confidence, and there has to be an ounce of confidence for you to go on the stage and do something out of your comfort zone. But I was trying to prove something to myself.
    “I wanted to learn Latin and ballroom because I’ve never done it before… if you get a challenge, why not try your best to execute it?
    “It’s a shame that some people mistook that determination and that will to want to do well, which everyone should have in life by the way, for arrogance or anything other than what it was.
    “And I’ve always been quite sad about how that came across with some people and what they would say on Twitter. But at the same time, people around me that know me well enough know what I’m like and how much effort I put into everything.”
    One thing that she was praised for during her time on Strictly was how she persevered with her show in the wake of her mother’s death.
    Melissa Bell, a former lead singer with Soul II Soul, died in August, just as Strictly was due to begin.
    Having gone through a period of what must have been horrific grief, I ask whether she has any advice for anyone else suffering a close family bereavement.
    “You know what, I’m probably not the right person to answer that now, because I’m throwing myself into work,” she says candidly.
    “Some people have said that’s not the right thing to do, but that’s just my coping mechanism, to just to be busy and not think about anything. So actually, I don’t know how healthy it is or not healthy it is.
    “So really, I would just advise people to be around people they love. If you want to cry, you can cry in front of them, or if you want to share great memories, be around people who totally support you whatever mood you’re in, and that’s the people I have around me.”
    Alexandra appeared on X Factor with Eoghan Quigg (far left), Diana Vickers and boy band JLS
    For now, Alexandra is focusing on her new album, which she’s been working on for five years. Among the tracks is a duet with Ronan Keating.
    “It’s been a long time, and a lot has changed in my life,” she says. “Some songs that I wrote in 2013 actually didn’t make the cut, because it’s not how I’m feeling right now in 2018.”
    Speaking about her future collaboration plans, she says: “I really want to do something with a female, because I haven’t yet. I really want to do something with Jessie J, Emeli Sande, Bebe Rexha.”
    And her other career plans go well beyond music. “I would love to one day write an autobiography, but for me it’s about timing and confidence,” she says.
    “Writing an autobiography is deep, you have to let every cat out of the bag. I’d love to do one, especially now it’s 10 years on from the X Factor, so I feel like soon would be a nice time.”
    Alexandra is clearly proud of her time on The X Factor, which has now come full circle thanks to a recent chance encounter.
    “I have amazing memories with Ruth Lorenzo, JLS, Eoghan Quigg… who I caught up with the other day! He’s a radio presenter in Belfast so he interviewed me. He looks so different now, he was so young back then.
    “But yes, it would be nice to reflect on the great times that I shared with all of those amazing people at that time.”
    The Truth Is by Alexandra Burke is out now.


  26. Well, Well March 16, 2018 at 5:22 PM #

    all that big talk by Fractured Yardfowl the clown has fizzled with just one UK Telegraph article, what a thing, lol.


  27. whiteHill March 16, 2018 at 6:35 PM #

    ” Because of late the men aren’t doing such a good job, are they”? How the hell can the men be otherwise! From about the early 80’s you black women set about culling the ” man” out of your sons, this was done in many ways yet all under the guise of a mothers loving their sons. There isn’t a man reading here on BU who’s nearing or over the age of 60 who has not witnessed the effeminization, the dumming down of boys/young men by their mothers who had recently entered the work force who previuosly had been home makers. You mothers have unleashed upon society a bunch of loopey jack asses young men. Take a look at the men nearing the age of 38, these are from that era where fathers weren’t permitted to take a turn in their sons ” backside” when they were acting stupid from early. Mummy was always there to let the father know he was ”abusing” his son. Black women got there and molly coddle their sons, turned them into a bunch of retarded wusses lol, there was a time hitherto when mothers insisted that their sons continue their academic education or get a trade; taught their sons to be productive respectful young men. Now, what we have is a bunch of mothers giving their sons expensive brand name clothing, the young fool foops and breed some girl and mummy supports both dumb son and bastard gran child. How the hell some of you women let your daughters foop these retarded looking young men I’d like to know. Also, there was that time when you black woman because the fool son was ” pushing up he chest” at his father you ignored the fact that you had produced a billy goat for a son. Now some simpleton wonders why the men aren’t doing such a good job. Who the hell condoned young men wearing their pant showing their pooch, no man that I know would ever permit their sons to enter their homes dressed like a fool. You mothers pandered to your sons, refused to let the fathers straightened their asses out…Now the chickens/fowls have come home to roost you’re bitching and complaining.


  28. Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service March 16, 2018 at 6:55 PM #

    Whitehill…you are an ignorant, stupid black man.

    Men are supposed to be 50% responsible for raising THIER CHILDREN…80% of Black men are well known for shirking their parental responsibilities because they consider themselves village rams, with a child born in every other house and more often than not they neither support nor raise any of those children because they have already moved on to the house next door….

    Girl children can also be raised to be strong leaders just like boys…If men would acknowledge and actually accept their responsibilities. ..many mothers do admirable jobs with their children as single parents who struggle,

    The men in my household have no reason to complain about women being the problem, because the men act like men and fathers.

    You have from Fruendel, Jones etc back down, all dysfunctional, all dumbasses…do you also blame their mothers.


  29. Gabriel March 16, 2018 at 8:21 PM #

    We witnessed tonight on CBC TV News what “free secondary education” has produced.The constituency representative one Lashley was beaming and boasting of a Maria Holder funded Community Centre at Silver Hill and we were treated to a piss poor standard of speaking and dress by the dross that populates some sections of that riding.Disgusting,barely literate,ghetto like appearances but benefitted from “FSE” and worse yet they can vote for the same beaming joker for a politician.Gaul bline all ‘o dem grass old,no good hoes who en no bette dan natalie in de city.#blimmuh


  30. Tron March 16, 2018 at 8:25 PM #

    Read also:

    The democratic propaganda machine kicked in. Only words, no action.

    Instead commenting foreign articles, the minions at BWA should have cleaned the pipes at South Coast years ago! We all know, civil servants do not want dirty hands. They are used to sit around in their cool offices, consuming the taxpayer´s money.


  31. David March 16, 2018 at 8:45 PM #

    The blogmaster understands that the author of the Telegraph is a Bajan.


  32. whiteHill March 16, 2018 at 9:19 PM #

    Well, well, well I thought you were gonna say that! I know what I know…


  33. Simple Simon March 16, 2018 at 11:33 PM #

    @Gabriel March 16, 2018 at 8:21 PM “…no good hoes who en no bette dan natalie in de city.”

    And I take it Gabriel, that you are like Ceasar’s wife, beyond reproach?

    Or maybe you are like the arch angel Gabriel himself?



  34. Simple Simon March 16, 2018 at 11:43 PM #

    @millertheanunnaki March 16, 2018 at 12:02 PM “Natalie…All she is doing is climbing the career ladder.”

    I would not call moving from prostitute to the political class a move up the ladder.


    Don’t the political class daily screw us without vaseline?

    Prostitutes have the decency to provide a lubricant.


  35. Simple Simon March 16, 2018 at 11:48 PM #

    @whiteHill March 16, 2018 at 6:35 PM “Who the hell condoned young men wearing their pant showing their pooch.”

    I believe that this custom comes from America where you so unhappily reside.


  36. Simple Simon March 17, 2018 at 12:44 AM #

    For the believers, that is for the majority of us, we know that God has long called women to lead as in the Gospel of Mark, chapter 16 “When the Sabbath was over, Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome bought spices so that they might go to anoint Jesus’ body….they saw a young man dressed in a white robe sitting on the right side, and they were alarmed…”“Don’t be alarmed,” he said. “You are looking for Jesus the Nazarene, who was crucified. He has risen! He is not here. See the place where they laid him. But go, tell his disciples and Peter.” So it was these three women, the two Marys and Salome who first knew of the resurrection. It was these 3 women who told the men the good news.

    And in the Gospel of John Chapter 4, Jesus meets a woman at the well. She had had 5 husbands and was at the time living with a man who was not her husband, yet she believed and she went into the city and called the men and the men followed her “Then they went out of the city, and came unto him.”

    God did not consider woman’s flesh as something to be despised…God selected it to be the very vessel of salvation in Jesus Christ. God saw fit to honor women by entering the world through one of them.

    “Greet Andronicus and Junia,” Paul wrote in Romans 16:7, “my fellow Jews who have been in prison with me. They are outstanding among the apostles, and they were in Christ before I was.”

    In Romans 16:1-2, Paul writes, “I commend to you our sister Phoebe, a deacon in the church in Cenchreae. I ask that you receive her in the Lord in a way worthy of his people and give to her any help she may need from you, for she has been the benefactor of many people, including me.”

    And in the Old Testament:
    “the Lord raised up judges” to provide leadership for the kingless people (Judges 2:16). One such leader was Deborah. At the beginning of Judges 4, the text reports that “Deborah, a prophet, the wife of Lappidoth, was leading Israel at that time.”

    The prophet Micah identifies Miriam as one of the three leaders sent by God to bring Israel out of Egypt (Micah 6:4)

    Josiah tore his robes in repentance and summoned a prophet… he chose Huldah, a woman and prophet

    “Your sons and daughters will prophesy…Even on my servants, both men and women, I will pour out my Spirit in those days, and they will prophesy” (Acts 2:17–18).

    Ruth and Naomi plan to get Boaz’s attention, and in which Ruth is the one to approach Boaz under the cover of night

    In the Song of Songs the Schulamite initiates a sexual encounter in a vineyard in the countryside, and it is she who offers her lover a frank invitation to drink her wine and to enter her “garden” to taste its choice fruits.

    So women have long been called to lead, and women have led, and are still ready to lead. There can be no debate about that.


  37. whiteHill March 17, 2018 at 12:53 AM #

    @ Simple, I said black mothers now I’ll add black women to that. How many times we have witnessed well dressed women and theses pooch exposers accompanying them? You can deny all you want. BTW, I’m back here now and I see it whenever i venture out. Rgardless of its origin face reality.


  38. Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service March 17, 2018 at 9:40 AM #

    Whitehill, am not judging, you are the one have to live with the parts of your comments that were very unfair to single mothers who have for centuries reared children on their own….. while you are giving village ram fathers a pass, I am well aware that both parents should share responsibilities for the lives they bring into the world, and if only one does, the other is neglectful and deadbeat.


  39. Bush Tea March 17, 2018 at 11:01 AM #

    Just for the record…
    WhiteHill is right as shiite….!!!!


  40. Simple Simon March 17, 2018 at 12:19 PM #

    You Bushie and White Hill, and de rest ‘o wunna men need to spend a lot more time fathering your sons, [and daughters], and cherishing your grandchildren, and your elders etc., and stop being such losers. Stop blaming others for your own failures.


  41. Simple Simon March 17, 2018 at 2:31 PM #

    No penis is a good thing.



  42. Well, Well March 17, 2018 at 3:50 PM #

    Dr. Simple…the village ram mentality is so embedded in the male psyche that over the decades males have actually managed to convince themselves that it is the only reason they exist and parenting their sons and daughters were never part of the equation, the ones with their god mentalities are the worse, until their penis dies and they need help from the same children they neglected.

    that is a pattern as old as the hills, nothing they can say will change any of that.


  43. Tron March 17, 2018 at 3:53 PM #

    @David March 16, 2018 at 8:45 PM #

    Your hint disproves that Barbadians are docile people.


  44. Simple Simon March 17, 2018 at 4:00 PM #

    @Well, Well March 17, 2018 at 3:50 PM “until their penis dies”

    And sometime the penis dies a good 15-20 years before they do.

    And then they want to hang around their children, grand children and their long suffering wives like some kinda loopy dog.


  45. David March 17, 2018 at 4:09 PM #

    Some are attacking the lady because she is thought to be foreign.


  46. millertheanunnaki March 17, 2018 at 4:16 PM #

    @ Simple Simon March 17, 2018 at 12:19 PM #
    “You Bushie and White Hill, and de rest ‘o wunna men need to spend a lot more time fathering your sons, [and daughters], and cherishing your grandchildren, and your elders etc., and stop being such losers. Stop blaming others for your own failures.”

    Good one there, Mock Doc!

    But why not combine the two names and come up with “Bush Hill”?

    In that case men would be neither fathers nor grand-fathers just traders buying fun for the night with Natalie as PM (prime meat) to be ‘eaten’ before retreating to their caves in a state of satiation.


  47. Well, Well March 17, 2018 at 8:00 PM #

    Bush hill indeed..

    they just murdered a Brazilian Council woman who was advocating for progress for women, particularly females from the favelas.

    …. as soon as women mention the words progress for women, they are attacked by male chauvinist pigs and the most dimwitted females in the society…who should all be imprisoned for violating women’s basic human rights to survive ad prosper.


  48. Tron March 17, 2018 at 9:38 PM #

    Barbados needs matriarchy. Male Leadership failed since 1966. Too much male NATO-principle, too much liming and relaxing.

    MAM will need a very, very heavy hand for the male civil servants who talk too much and don´t work enough.


  49. Fractured BLP March 17, 2018 at 10:36 PM #


    MAM is a male too !


  50. Tron March 17, 2018 at 11:26 PM #


    Plantation time for female Barbadians is over. Someone needs to mop the sewage and needs to clean the civil service.


  51. Fractured BLP March 17, 2018 at 11:57 PM #

    Well if that’s how you see it , Tron !


  52. Tron March 18, 2018 at 12:06 AM #


    The adult industry commented on you on BB Today:

    “Yet they are prepared to vote for political prostitutes who hide behind the walls of Parliament. These corrupt self-serving bastards may not sell their bodies at Bush Hill but they certainly sell their souls for money. Hypothetically speaking I would prefer to be represented by a prostitute who genuinely has my interest at heart than corrupt politicians whose lack in leadership has brought this country to its knees. In particular politicians whose local and offshore accounts collectively have more money than the national treasury and whose cars individually are worth more than my house.”


  53. Well Well & Cut N' Paste At Your Service March 18, 2018 at 6:37 AM #

    Many yardfowls dont have two dimes to rub together, live in decayed, broken down boxes with leaking roofs, dont even own a bicycle. ..they are just illiterate house negros with the mentalities of political pimps and prostitutes who do it for free.


  54. Lorenzo March 18, 2018 at 7:19 PM #

    the confusion was indeed started by the Dem yardfowl Maureen Holder at the DLP headquarters where she is completely at home.Ms Holder as usual was targeting Ms Mottley but I notice Ms Mottley ain,t paying her or the Trini Dem no mind.Heard the Trini Dem,talking to Ms holder about the Bees bringing solutions ,tell me Dem has an Elections ben called yet? All in good time,also heard rambling on about the BLP pulling down the country by highlighting problems in the country as the Dees did not highlight the problems with the B,Town sewerage problems.Well maybe they were not doing their jobs.These Dems want to give the inertia of this Government a free pass,especially with this sewerage problem which was drawn to their attention by Ms Mottley and Mrs Inniss some three years ago,but they preferred to build new buildings for BWA and SSA and waste 7 million dollars on all year Independence while ignoring the sewerage issue.Therefore do not come looking for sympathy Trini Dem.I realize this Trini Dem do not call Mr Wickham who although he was a Dem like her,will not let her get away with the nonsense she gets away with with Mr Johnson,Mr Layne or Mr Ellis who sings in the same choir as her,in my opinion.Perhaps we should have two days each for Mr Ellis and Mr Wickham in this Election season and ease out Mr Johnson and Mr Layne who are not political people to keep the Brass Tacks program lively.


  55. Gabriel March 18, 2018 at 9:48 PM #

    The ‘Physical Deficit’ man only just opened a constituency office in St George North.This fool has been a senator and a parliamentary secretary for the last 2 terms of parliament and he has only now opened a CO in a riding where he lost to the incumbent in 2013.They say a picture is worth a thousand words and there is a photo of this man at the opening ceremony and who are the other images in the photo.One would have thought the fool would have made sure he had about 20 constituents in the photo op.No sireee the JA had Minister Jones with his ‘pot’ belly prominently displayed,always a sign of a combination of poor diet and poor personal eating/drinking habits;also in the pic is ByerSuckoo,Todd,the fool Pilgrim and an ugly man probably from out of town to complete the photo op of 6 dumbass Dems.If Ince,the man who speaks of severing the ‘unbiblical cord’ thinks that the good people of St George North want him to represent them,when he had the opportunity of doing so since 2008,only simple minded folk would fall for his brand of politics.Effing rotten sumsbeeches.They cant make a proper decision even when they have the opportunity to do so.


  56. TheGazer March 18, 2018 at 10:03 PM #

    Facebook totals can fool you. BLP whipping DLP in the FB war.


  57. Simple Simon March 18, 2018 at 10:17 PM #

    @Well Well & Cut N’ Paste At Your Service March 18, 2018 at 6:37 AM “Many yardfowls dont have two dimes to rub together, live in decayed, broken down boxes with leaking roofs, dont even own a bicycle…”

    Sounds like you are describing me…except that I am not a yard fowl.



  58. Johnathan March 20, 2018 at 3:26 PM #

    He aginst all penises except the ones that inserted in him


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