Smoke and Mirrors

Submitted by Observing

Every once in a while we are treated to a masterful display of “watch muh while I pull a rabbit out of my hat.” Our political culture and climate is no different. A peep at the mistress payslip after her much heralded 5% increase with only 5 months back pay that she hasn’t gotten yet reminded me of that phrase “the Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away”. Let’s examine it for a second.

Salary increase
Public workers got 5% or an average of $140 – $400. BUT account for $45 increase in water, $56 average increase for a health levy and an average increase of $60-$70 in gas and one can see how that 5% disappears. Oh, and God help those with assessable income over 75,000. Apparently they are now taking home on average $90-$300 LESS this month AFTER the increase due to the increase in income tax. Someone said belly full but hungry? Watch muh.

Road Tax removal
Sweet we said. No more $450 or $900 road tax. BUT, 40c on every litre has revealed itself as an average monthly increase of $76 for a basic commuter. Think about the taxi operators, PSV operators, freighters, truckers, dumpers, transporters, retailers, bread and food vendors etc. etc and you can see that much more is being paid. Sure $450 at one time is alot, but I guess we can afford $800-$900 or more spread out over 12 months. Can’t we? Watch muh.

SSA off books
So, expenses for the SSA are no longer under transfers in the annual budget. Poof! Disappearing expenditure. BUT, they now collect from every household ($45) regardless of water usage (or not usage). Presto, every householder now pays for their own garbage collection regardless of frequency. $45 for 7 collections a week or $45 for 1 collection a week or $45 for non collections a week. Watch muh.

Foreign exchange stabilisation
The quarterly report was great. Foreign exchange stabilised. But hold a minute. We stopped repaying debts didn’t we? Well there ya go. To every householder that owes FastCash, Axcel, the Credit Union, Courts, Standards, Massy or God forbid the Government of Barbados, just follow the leader. Stop paying and renegotiate! Watch muh.

South Coast Sewage Fix
Priceless. Move the sewage from the road….pump it in the swamp….release it in the sea….close the beach……then blame the wells for not working. Watch muh

Reduced prices
Of course the removal of NSRL resulted in reduced prices, didn’t it? BUT, any good business man MUST pass on his increased transportation cost (fuel levy), increased water costs (50% of standard bill), increase in corporation tax (up to 30%), the employer contribution to the health levy (1.5% of each employee’s salary) and the compensation for profit margins (i.e. keep muh profits the same or higher no matter what). Of course we all know who these corporate level increases are passed on to! yes! We!!! Watch muh.

Increased tourism income
Without detail Barbados is perhaps the 2nd most expensive destination in the Caribbean. But, we have increased costs on virtually every aspect of tourism endeavour. I guess if 5% fewer visitors come but pay 10% more to get and stay here we can claim tourism is doing better. I guess. Watch muh.

Public input for privatisation and divestment
It’s always good to ask what people think and then do what you planned to any how. It’s even better when you have a survey monkey and a few New Unified Puppets Working with ya. Watch muh.

Less than 4000
Words, semantics, numbers, statistics. Po-ta-to, pota-to, To-ma-to, Toma-to. No more than 4000 workers will go home. Too bad for the 3,999 that are shaking in their boots. I could be wrong but this sounds like deja-vu

Anyhow, I was told to watch muh, so I will keep watching….and genuinely hoping it all works out. After all, um is all uh we!

Namaste!

203 comments

  • @ Hal Austin August 26, 2018 11:10 AM

    The Barbadians on this island think they are somehow “special” and that the IMF MUST treat them in a special way. This is the reason why the Barbadian masses are so clueless what an IMF programme really means for Barbados.

    Everybody who has been in Southern Europe or has some friends from Spain, Portugal, Greece or Jamaica knows how things will work out.

    The IMF will only be helpful if local Barbadians improve their work ethic and get rid off their arrogance. Otherwise Barbados will face a whole cascade if failed IMF programmes.

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  • Do you expect the work ethic to change with the snap of fingers? Have you been reading some of the comments on the blog where so many are not prepared to make a sacrifice because they expect even as we have accrued the status of third most indebted country in the world many expect a business as usual approach at the household and by extension the national level.

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ Tron August 26, 2018 1:35 PM
    “The IMF will only be helpful if local Barbadians improve their work ethic and get rid off their arrogance. Otherwise Barbados will face a whole cascade if failed IMF programmes.”

    This will be achieved only by means of an ‘official’ devaluation of its Mickey mouse currency and let the forex devil take the productivity hindmost.

    How can Bajans expect to get money from the IMF and still import tamarinds in a pretty-looking box from Thailand or sugar packaged on a plantation in Jamaica or gas-ripened grapes from California or luxury vehicles from Germany and Japan or marijuana from SVG and hundreds of acres of once arable land now ‘lying’ idle while the devil finds work for thousands of lazy hands?

    Devaluation is the most viable economic elixir for Barbados to ‘expurgate’ from the entire bull-shit talking system the parasites living in the country’s intestines made of poor productivity and incompetence.

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  • TInniss
    You duz mek me laff. Three months and a few weeks and you’re ready to dismiss the BLP. But after 10 years and 3 months your government should have been re-elected, so you appeared around the 26th of May. You will continue to get bad feels from the reality that the Dems got wiped out. Bajans are not stupid, they know what they experienced 2008-18. Sit back and await phase 2 and 3.

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  • @ David August 26, 2018 1:54 PM

    Correct.

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  • Putting my two cents worth. T. Innis you are correct about theUnions
    if memories serves correct the constant tirade of belitting govt efforts even when those efforts like the NSRL was helpful in keeping the public workers paid
    The day to day agitation of strikes all which now adds up to a measly 5percent which might have sent the Unions into a comotose state of shock leaving the workers to eventually having to face the loaded barrell of the IMF

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  • TInniss
    You duz mek me laff. Three months and a few weeks and you’re ready to dismiss the BLP. But after 10 years and 3 months your government should have been re-elected, so you appeared around the 26th of May on BU with vengeance. You will continue to get bad feels from the reality that the Dems got wiped out. Bajans are not stupid, they know what they experienced 2008-18. Sit back and await phase 2 and 3. In the meanwhile enlighten me on what promises Mia has reneged on and or her failures. Jong?🤣🤣

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  • @david

    Office of Public Sector Reform
    National Productivity Council
    Multiple White Papers and Strategic plans

    Zero real improvement.

    Credit MAM with ideas etc., but implementation and success depends on breaking a particular culture, mindset and way of doing things “bout hey”.

    Miller is right, the IMF isn’t going to give away money for us to end up back here.

    Time will tell.

    Observing

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  • @ James Greene& Hal

    I have to agree with James on this one. Barbados is far from a failed state. There is no complete break down in the functioning of government and law and order. It is not that state apparatus does not function; it really is how it functions that is cause for serious concern.
    Unfortunately, this calamitous state of affairs will continue because the two political parties that have been given the task since independence have failed miserably. It is the political class that has failed.
    Our people are still resourceful and hard working. Bring over critical of the public service while giving the corporate/ private sector a free pass, is intellectually dishonest.

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  • Should read: being over critical and not bring over critical………….
    My apologies.

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  • @ Hal Austin August 26, 2018 1:56 AM

    You should write an article in an English “quality” newspaper about this topic!

    I would like to add two items:

    First, professional land registry is quite new in Barbados, explaining the mess with the “plantation deeds”.

    Second, Barbados lacks a profession called “notary” (known in civil law jurisdictions) to execute property transactions.

    Indeed the lacking qualification of many Barbadian lawyers in comparison to professional notaries plus the uncertainty of deeds is the cause for many problems in Barbados.

    Both failures (lack of notary and the lack of land registration in the past) are typical for common law jurisdictions. So it is not a specific Barbadian problem but more a British heritage.

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  • @T.Inniss
    August 26, 2018 12:49 PM

    No, everything is not hunky dory. A mess takes a long time to fix.

    But, at least two other indictments are waiting to be unsealed, I would say, based on recent events and news.

    How many more? Enough for a cricket team?

    Wrong place though, but this age group like basketball anyway.

    Dominoes will fall one by one, in a chain of events.

    A lot of people must be worried now, both public servants and businessmen, local and foreign.

    Wowzie, the proverbial is now being put in front of the fan and a lot are going to get splattered. Must be quite worrying, knowing that it is the US and files cannot go missing like ’bout hey’.

    I had an epiphany yesterday. Finally was able to come to some sort of conclusion why a certain person was so against xxx.

    Wow! Some things take time to be revealed, but when they are, the wait is worth it.

    Just how far does this corruption go?

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  • 12345
    Disappear DLP- W e do not want you around here
    You are not worthy of forming any Government in Barbados. Get off the scene. You are a blight and a disgrace
    Barbados is finished with you. St. John is finished with you. Let the UPP or SOULUTIONS fill the breach of perennial Opposition. No DLP – You not only want purging , you need to crawl in a cannon.

    Dornville Inmess
    is not the only disgrace to the Country Barbados and all Caribbean people
    Fucmble had to know what Inmess was doing Chris Sinking – Hiding had to know Macoon Carrion had to know
    Macoon Lashes had to know Steele Blackmout had to know Deworst Kooman had to know Adragoon Brothmout had to know Stupifcun Lashes had to know. Jammoit Picass had to know and whole lot of them willy wonkers masquerading as LTBGI – Liars Theives -Bulllackers Goons and Imbeciles had to know

    DEMS THEN ; DEMS NEVER EVER AGAIN
    Vurlap Deposer is just like double six POSING and will not save this hapless strapless clueless visionless miserable excuse for a party political cadaver called the DLP and
    cannot erase the fact that the DLP destroyed Barbados and left in on its knees as seen in 1976 when they left Office – 1994 and 2018/ All of these periods show a Barbados struggling and on its knees having to be rescued by the BLP. Kudos to those persons who left the stink DLP rotten from the core. DLP 30 – 0 says it all as to how to deal with a bunch of wild boys 2 Terms were 2 too many
    That is why Steele Blackmout say he done – a disgrace to his wife

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  • Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right

    @ Observer

    Here is your Stoopid Cartoon (with some “artistic input” from de grandson.

    I soon going have to speak to him again.

    I give him your script and he using this thing he calls “literary latitude”!!

    It sound like a bowel movement to me.

    Stick to de script i tell he but you know these young people with these sorts of things

    I tell he to put it in square brackets so only you can get it but i ent know what to say.

    De bank got him travelling tomorrow so he said that he would do the item today before he left for the airport.

    I tell dat boy to see ef he could do some work for someplace else other than de bank, it does mek him wuk too hard though.

    You ent know nobody in government who would hire he?

    THat way he could be assured to be paid under 3 contracts instead of one!

    What do you think?

    I wud have to be hush hush though cause fellers like Teets and Pain wud try to get he loose he pick

    Write back to de ole man in square brackets OK?

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  • First…offload some of your blight, start at the beginning, there should be no black schools still named after dead white slave masters on the island , when you remove that curse off the island’s landscape, that should help lighten the load to move forward, but ya also have to remove BLP land thieves out of the parliament…the island cannot experience any growth with 2 Ghouls, lawyers/ministers as leaders investors will be afraid because they know that they too will become old and helpless and would do anything to avoid being the victims of ministers now being exposed worldwide as land thieves ripping off the elderly., yall got a lot of work to do…so chop chop..

    “Southeast D.C. School Finally Removes Slaveholder’s Name

    Anne Branigin
    Thursday 10:11amFiled to: EDUCATION
    5.1K
    As another school year begins in Washington, D.C., one elementary school has undergone major changes. Like many older schools, it will now be housed in a new, updated building. But this primarily black Southeast D.C. school will also be shedding its’ decades-old name: Benjamin Grayson Orr elementary, named for the city’s fourth mayor and a former slaveholder, is now Lawrence Boone Elementary School, named for the school’s first black principal.

    WAMU reports that the name change was spurred by the school community, including its young students, who were shocked to learn about the history of their school’s namesake.

    “As students and as faculty and as people involved in the school, we were like, ‘Well, as a predominantly black school, could we have that name represent us, our student body?’ And the students were just like, ‘No, that’s not right,’” special education teacher Kelly Jones told WAMU.

    Of the school’s 400 kids, almost all are black, writes the radio outlet.

    Schools and localities around the U.S. are renaming schools, highways, and other prominent landmarks tied to the country’s Confederate and slave-owning past. As WAMU notes, it’s not the only school in the DMV (shorthand for the metropolitan area of D.C., Maryland, and Virginia) that has undergone or is undergoing such a change:”

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  • sirfuzzy (i was a sheep some years ago; not a sheep anymore)

    David August 26, 2018 1:54 PM

    Do you expect the work ethic to change with the snap of fingers? Have you been reading some of the comments on the blog where so many are not prepared to make a sacrifice because they expect even as we have accrued the status of third most indebted country in the world many expect a business as usual approach at the household and by extension the national level.

    No the work ethic will not change in the snap of a finger or overnight. But our or my economic reality will probably change overnite if a devaluation occurs. Its not business as usual but “we need to extract our head from the sand or the nearest anus”

    We better “get this” “fuh real” or “watch muh” flounder and die.

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  • @ sirfuzzy
    It is uncanny how well you understand the situation…
    Bushie could as well dun wid the blogging ting now….

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  • sirfuzzy (i was a sheep some years ago; not a sheep anymore)

    @ Bush Tea August 27, 2018 10:41 AM

    The old folks consumed plenty BushTtea and living pass 100 etc. We Need some de BusHTea in out diets if we wan to live and hopelessly proposer.

    I advice all here to “Take BushTea either as a beverage or as a medicine; but do consume your BushTea; you are needed. lol

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  • sirfuzzy (i was a sheep some years ago; not a sheep anymore)

    Economics is not my thing; barely scratched the surface in school. But i had a look at my BL&P bill for this month. The FCA is roughly 37 cents. That up from 28 cents in June. Energy prices are indeed rising in Barbados at least. Now if we devalued to 3:1 and i think 3:1 is really unsustainable in the real world.

    If i applied that linearly to my Bl&P bill my cost will rise by 34%. I know other industries will do their own things with prices increases, but the BL&P FCA can be easily seen and factorted.

    Imagine the cost of all fuels rising by 34%. and the knock on effect on food prices and services etc. Say what u like i don’t want a 34% increase in anything unless is a salary increase. And guess what; that is the said thing that will not be increased

    we are playing with fire and thinking we gine be getting a cigarette burn?

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  • sirfuzzy (i was a sheep some years ago; not a sheep anymore)

    @ Bush Tea August 27, 2018 10:41 AM

    Corrected post.

    The old folks consumed plenty BushTea and living pass 100 etc. We Need some of de BushTea in our diets if we wan to live and hopefully proposer.

    I advice all here to “Take BushTea either as a beverage or as a medicine; but do consume your BushTea; you are needed. lol

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  • @sirFuzzy

    The real concern is the effect rising oil prices will have on foreign reserves. Made more so by unchanged attitude and behavior of Barbadians.

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  • sirfuzzy (i was a sheep some years ago; not a sheep anymore)

    David August 27, 2018 11:40 AM

    As i was told once by an old gentlemen;; “one day u gine wake up dead and u gine see what i was telling u about:”

    We need to change before change is force on us in a rather force able way.

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  • Bajan love crooks and liars for love of Party and not self they were warned we warn them, We take back now words printed or typed unless they evidence, proof, findings that We or I was wrong, Better use their computers and do some real non-Mason Homework. CXC is a set up, And the blacks can do nothing with how much lies they pass in subjects that were lies, the mind set and the high grade make them feel good and shuts down their brain now tobe Educated, CXC dont mean nothing when you are stupid not to look ahead, The DLP and BBLP are to be the Best we have for the future? hahahah lalalla wawawaaaa, still asking whiteman for help,, here comes the I M F,

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  • @sirfuzzy (i was a sheep some years ago; not a sheep anymore) August 27, 2018 11:01 AM “If i applied that linearly to my Bl&P bill my cost will rise by 34%”

    Lemme see. I too am challenged by numbers bigger than three. So if this month’s BL&P bill is $136.94, then my bill will go to $183.45, that is it might go up by $46.51.

    Not good especially as my water bill has just gone up by $46.50.

    I suppose that I would have to up my food production. I currently work at that 6 hours a week. I may have the strength to double that to 12 hours per week.

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  • sirfuzzy (i was a sheep some years ago; not a sheep anymore)

    I suppose that I would have to up my food production. I currently work at that 6 hours a week. I may have the strength to double that to 12 hours per week.

    Maybe so; but it seems your are part of the few that truly understand “not business as usual” or maybe your head was never buried in sand or an anus.

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  • Whats happening with Mr. Inmess now ,He plead guilteee yet ? The DLP is a Disgrace to Barbados
    Politicians who are not prepared to serve this country should not be allowed in the House. Stop looking to enrich through corruption and serve the country or do not say come

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  • Oh how quickly we forget
    No! Mariposa has not forgotten the hue and cry about garbage piled on the streets if barbados and all the longntalk coming from the then leader of the opposition Mia Mottley
    Now take va look at what is happening at the fair child street market
    A place where food is sold

    https://i1.wp.com/barbadostoday.bb/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/IMG_6982-copy.jpg?zoom=2&resize=322%2C194&ssl=1

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  • Present govt told all and sundry they had all the answers and the guillble people of barbados belived the lies
    The vendors of the fairchild street market are crying murder while the blp yardfowls keep mouth shut

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  • Artax did you read about the stink at the faurchild street market and how the vendors meking nuff noise

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  • The Stinking Nasty DLP Government failed to run the affairs of Barbados properly>
    The DLP destroyed Everything
    The DLP has been a Blight on Barbados . The DLP on leaving Office always leave Barbados in a Big Stinking Mess > It would have been in a greater mess if Dornville Inmess or any of his gang of wild boys were reelected

    The Electorate dealt with the DLP –Correct. St. John people dealt with the DLP -decisively -This was a most satisfying occurrence

    DEMS THEN ; DEMS NEVER EVER AGAIN
    Cah wunna ………..

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  • @ Mariposa I seem to recall personally posting quite a hand full of photos on BU highlighting the garbage build up all over Barbados, long before the 25 May 2018. At one point one of the main tourist drags in the Dover area, resembled somewhat Fairchild Street market area of today.

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  • But if govt is a continuum why hasnt present govt who had all the answers before being elected does not clean the garbage off the street.
    The people voted for change not more of the same
    That picture reflects a past that present govt complained daily when in opposition
    Now having a chance to clean up the street refuses to do so
    Hear Mottley saying that any new buses and trucks are going to cost the taxpayers more money
    Never mind she has just placed a double whopper of taxes towards Sanitation

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  • Members of the Guyson Mayers-led Police Service Commission (PSC) have been asked to resign.
    Minister of Home Affairs Edmund Hinkson has written to the commissioners asking them to immediately send their letters of resignation to Prime Minister Mia Mottley(Quote)

    This naked power grab by the prime minister is a bit autocratic. Why should members of a commission, which reports to the minister of home affairs, be asked to send letters of resignation to the prime minister? She must learn to delegate authority to her ministers. What is more, it appears as if the minister was forced to ask for the resignation of the commission members. It looks like tears before midnight.

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  • David (BU) what doe that cut and paste mean? The commission’s reporting line is the minister of home affairs, that is why he is the person asking for the resignation letters. Let us make it simpler: in any organisation the hiring and firing is formally done by the HR department, but in every organisation I have worked in the line manager is the one who made his/her choice of recruit known. The formal letter is sent by HR, but the appointment is made by the line manager. So it is in politics.

    In the UK, certain appointments are formally and constitutionally made by the Queen, acting on the advice of the prime minister (head of government), who in turn would be acting on the advice of her minister. If the Queen/prime minister make an appointment the minister is not happy with it runs the risk of a resignation. In any case, this is not a one person government.

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  • Caswell are you serious calling out Guyson for lack of integrity when you are sitting on an integrity Committee where one of the members are accused of deception and fraud and you do not have the balls to say something

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  • Waterbills are making the people mad as hell
    A 33.00 dollar water bill now runs in the hundreds
    Wuh loss
    Mia cares

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  • The water bills are punishing

    What say ye Enuff and Artax
    The people voted for change and now this govt is punishing them

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  • So Mia asked for suggestions
    Hope she is listening to what the people are saying on social media about their water bill

    One person said it looks like the steel donkey (Mia) alive and well kicking everybody a.sss

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  • I guess the ole stan pipe would be back in vogue
    Back then the stan pipe made for some great early morning entertaiment
    Imagine a couple months back paying a thirty dollar water bill then 2months later the bill over a hundred doallars

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  • This is a new Beginning
    The DLP has consistently destroyed Barbados
    Anubody decent persons would be shame to come here to defend the stinking nasty corrupt self serving DLP
    DEMS THEN ; DEMS NEVER EVER AGAIN

    People of Barbados
    The DLP is corrupt nasty blighted party
    They do not deserve your vote
    Shut them down but ignoring them
    They are no good in Government and even worse in Opposition.
    Somebody in the DLP should be locked up
    Wait a second , Dornville Inmess on Bail ?

    JUST ASKING

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  • What new beginning seems like more of the same even a lot worse taxing people to death
    Garbage piling up on the streets and in places like the fairchild street market where food is sold
    Sewage emptied in the ocean
    People waiting for tax refunds
    The QEH falling apart
    Govt ministers Payne and Dale accused of land fraud and theft of beneficiaries money
    What new beginning joker

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  • LOL @ Maripoka
    You are like a sick, mentally disturbed family member – who burnt down the family home and is now grumbling because the sane family members are being forced to sleep in the garage and wear the clothes on their backs…

    You actually have the gall to accuse your big sister of being deceitful for making everyone collect water from the stand pipe while trying to rebuild the house?

    You REALLY think that you are the best person to be complaining that Pain and Teets playing with matches?
    – after your 10 years of raging fires from Carrington, Stinliiar, Pornville and Froon?

    You have no shame…..

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  • Bush Tea i can complain bitch !bellyache as i dam pleases ole boar
    Now get you my f..ing face this morning with yuh two cents worth of bile

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  • With all these glorious taxes there is a concern that barbados would become the dumping ground for “recalled” products as merchants not being able to acess credit they were accustomed seize the opportunity to buy products of lower grading (which are cheaper) and which were graded recalled for various reasons

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  • Now how about them “free trucks” Nuh suh
    No such thing peeps wunna got to pay fuh dem
    Don’t worry Mia caressssss

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ Mariposa August 30, 2018 7:39 AM
    “What new beginning seems like more of the same even a lot worse taxing people to death
    Garbage piling up on the streets and in places like the fairchild street market where food is sold
    Sewage emptied in the ocean
    People waiting for tax refunds
    The QEH falling apart
    Govt ministers Payne and Dale accused of land fraud and theft of beneficiaries money
    What new beginning joker..”

    Does that list of “people waiting for tax refunds” include the 24,000 to whom the bold-faced liar Stinkler gave the assurance (as he spoke) that his people in the BRA were stuffing envelopes with their tax-refund cheques since 2016?

    Now who intercepted those envelopes to commit mail fraud? Payne & Dale the modern-day Bonny and Clyde?

    The previous DLP administration consisted of nothing more than a thoroughly rotten and corrupt bunch of deceitful lying propagandists.

    And nothing you say today can change that FACT.

    Just look at Pornville Inniss (the twin brother to the newly born T. for thieving. Inniss) who is now the poster boy for the last crooked and corrupt DLP administration!

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  • I saying a lot of what is truth

    The dlp got Inniss his fate has not been sealed until the America justice system has the last word
    You can also add Carrington who paid his debt
    Now on to the blp
    Charles Herbert caughtbred handed with evidence in tow on a luxury yacht
    Dale Marshall in cohotts with the notorious George Payne accused of land fraud
    Evidence to proof

    Miller nothing u say can change that fact
    Now how about addressing govt 2months daily deluge of pumping sewage in the ocean
    The astronomical water bills pumped into the pockets of bajan households with a reality of all turning to the ole fashioned stan pipe for relief

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  • Many persons with insight bolted from the DLP between 1971 and 2018 -The period of DLP DESTRUCTION
    Even Richie Haynes –Can you imagine that ?
    Man look DLP FRIGGING WELL CLOWNS –STAY OUT OF POLITICS…
    PEOPLE OF BARBADOS –Do not ever vote for the DLP again
    Every time you vote for them -they bring the Country to its knees
    Is that what you want ?

    The DLP and its supporters are the worst entities anywhere in politics
    The DLP has been destroying Barbados from 1971. These hogs in the DLP believe in one thing and one thing only. There are not about Barbados, They are about themselves
    The DLP Consortium including so-called Mariposa , Carson Cadogan ac and such nick names , past DLP candidates operating under the pseudonym approved by the DLP Consortium that includes former candidates of the DLP , former heads of statutory Boards, mothers of former candidates PM and Cabinet members could really stay off the Blog -No shame at all but no wait –continue on the Blog and show yourself let people see you and say : DEMS THEN; DEMS NEVER EVER AGAIN

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  • Poor wunna did you hear the diplomatic PR meeting by govt that gonna send many bajans from the poor house to the mad house

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  • NorthernObserver

    “Now on to the blp
    Charles Herbert caughtbred handed with evidence in tow on a luxury yacht”
    Since when is CH a politician? Does that make Toni M and Askanni BLP members too?
    Oh I see, effen ya ent fah ma, you mussee de enemy?
    but wait….ya find a copy of dat letter yet?

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