A Decade of Waiting on CIBC First Caribbean Bank and Attorney-at-law Bernadette D Callender

Barbados Underground posted the blog First Caribbean International Bank Not Honouring Court Judgement Handed Down Since 2009–Boycott on the Cards?.

In summary:  the Plaintiffs [Justin and Brunetta McIntosh] were experiencing financial difficulty in 2004 and started proceedings to sell the property that they owned which they had mortgaged to the First Caribbean.  They could not sell because the bank had LOST the title deeds.  The bank took responsibility in words [see judgement] but has reneged on its obligation to date.  Why must the plaintiffs, or any Barbadians for that matter, have to tolerate a foreign institution demonstrating scant regard for our Court?

These poor Barbadians continue to suffer as a result of  First Caribbean International Bank’s negligence and it appears that no one at that institution gives a damn. BU’s single request to the management of First Caribbean International Bank is to do right by this matter and we will not have to post a followup blog – First Caribbean International Bank Not Honouring Court Judgement Handed Down Since 2009–Boycott on the Cards?

From all reports the exposure given to the matter by BU helped to moved it along. Unfortunately the plaintiffs Justin and Brunetta McIntosh again find themselves mired in the process. The blogmaster understands attorney Bernadette D Callender who first dealt with the matter is withholding some important files. The blogmaster hopes not to have to do a follow up blog post on the why.

The other pressing matter to be resolved is the ‘usurious’ behaviour being levied by FirstCaribbean International Bank (Barbados) Limited on the McIntosh’. Because the client has been gripped in the process not unfamiliar to many Barbadians – the bank in its lack of wisdom continues to apply interest charges which has now surpassed the principal balance.

To explain:

The new Registrar Conveyance is now in place, and is in the keeping of FCIB, due to the fact that we are still owing them on the principle balance of a loan. On June 28, 2007 our then attorney Yearwood and Boyce submitted a letter . It stated, “Our clients have been unable to complete the sale of the property and liquidate their indebtedness to FirstCaribbean International Bank (Barbados) Limited as a result of the lost of the title deeds and plan by the bank and the delay in providing the perused draft affidavit and new plan for the property. In the circumstances we contend that the interest on the outstanding principal due FirstCaribbean International Bank (Barbados) Limited by our clients be waived by the bank” Monthly payments to the bank was very difficult and we were awaiting the sale to pay off the principal balance. FCIB stop sending us the monthly reminders and we thought that they understood our situation and was lenient. On instruction from my attorney, I visited the bank for a printed statement of our mortgage. It indicated that as at 26th February, 2018 our balance is as follows:

Principle balance $27, 510.34
Interest balance $44, 059.24
Outstanding balance $71, 569.58
Interest continues to accrue at 12.25% or $9.23 per day.

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Bear in mind the Summary Judgment against FCIB was for damages to be assessed, interest and costs, such cost to be taxed if not agreed was imposed by the Supreme Court.

The blogmaster is calling first on the lawyer holding ther files of the McIntosh’ to have a conscience man!

The second call is on FCIB to also demonstrate your have a corporate conscience’ and allow these people to carry on with their lifes.

 

Relevant link:

http://www.barbadoslawcourts.gov.bb/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/2009-Decision.-Justin-Burnetta-McIntosh-v.-First-Caribbean-Intl-Bank-Bdos-Ltd.pdf

 

 

 

 

72 comments

  • WARU, Crazy & Unstable, Hogging the Blog

    Those banks want chasing off the island, out of the Caribbean….and it seems they only employ thieves, if ya looking to hire a thief, apply at the banks..

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  • @WARU

    “if ya looking to hire a thief,”

    You forgot the other group of BARBADIANS THIEFS, LAWYERS.

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  • How many cases Must we hear before a chicken head on BU act as the lawyer’s lawyer! C. Chase is also another BAR crook,

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  • WARU, Crazy & Unstable, Hogging the Blog

    Wily….they are in a special class by themselves…as we will all see in the not too distant future.

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  • What ya telling muh at all? I have to reread and digest this one.

    Lord have mercy!

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  • This can’t be true!!

    Barbados is first world and punches above its weight.

    There is zero corruption and we have a first world courts, institutions and lawyers…

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  • Just reviewed some of the comments made on the previous blog and it seems that taking the issue up with the brass in Toronto didn’t work (maybe it was never done but I don’t know whether the person who promised to do so is still part of the daily conversation as some of the other people are pushing up daisies).

    Isn’t this par for the course in Bim? Court Orders are routinely ignored and people can’t be persuaded to do the right thing until they absolutely have to under force of public opinion or when their legal options are exhausted. FCIB made a mistake and the victims of the error are still paying for it- only in Barbados- Pity.

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  • Dullard March 27, 2019 9:06 AM

    This can’t be true!!

    Barbados is the first world and punches above its weight.

    There is zero corruption and we have a first world court, institutions and lawyers…@@@@@

    Where were you? did you just woken up from the North Pole, First World crooks, keep googling, Only what you find on your own will make you feel better to trust your self,

    A while back a person called “Legaleees” to talk about the “Best Archives in the World and record Keeping “that same mess on BU coming after over 7 years ago, To this day We have not to change one word but we keep adding, We can’t put too much on there on BU for we shall be blocked from posting, Whatever powers the Devil has , he has put in to the hands of the lawyers and governments of Barbados!

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  • Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right

    @ Donna and all who have started to see these PERFIDIOUS acts against Barbadians.

    There are over 50,000 of these institutional teifing instances ALL OVER BARBADOS!!

    It is just that we are only seeing one or two here on BU BUT WHEN MY BEHIND HAS BEEN CRYING OUT FOR an online ombudsman people seem oblivious to its need.

    I have been pleading with people to list these matters people like ManyPussy and others mekking sport about begging bajans to save bajans!!

    But you know what Donna, de old man doing it meself!!!

    Yes sireeee it been started.

    It is all coming together slowly as God Commands

    Remember this one?

    It is on it’s way

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  • SirSimpleSimonPresidentForLife

    @David “Interest continues to accrue at 12.25%”

    Many questions.

    But why is the bank charging 12.25% on a mortgage loan, when banks is Barbados are paying 1/4% on savings.

    We know that there must be a return on investment, but does that return have to be 12%?

    Didn’t the Americans lock up Bernie Madoff for 11%?

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  • David,
    Do you have a copy of the Court Order? It would be very interesting to see it given the subsequent turn of events.

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  • Will be gathering with fellow Mugabytes (or is that Mugabites) in 2020.

    Look as if the Bank will get the property, the lawyer will collect their fees and the landowner will get “Come again, it was nice doing business with you”.

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  • Do we have a consumer protection Act in Barbados?

    Do we have an office of Public Counsel in Barbados?

    Do we have a Fair Trading Commission in Barbados?

    Should these people seek help from via one or all of the above? How is it fair what is happening here?

    Should an ordinary citizen have to resort to the gun to settle matters like this?

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  • I get it. This is a joke site and you guys have been playing tricks on me all along right? This cannot really be happening. This is not a jungle.

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  • SirFuzzy (Former Sheep)

    @ David March 27, 2019 7:45 PM

    Don’t look at me boss, i ain’t got a clue. The last option will surely make morenews than the other options at hand.

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  • @ the Honourable Blogmaster

    You need to understand what is going on here

    The Office of Public Counsel has a limit of $10,000

    The Feat Trading Commission can only operate in and mitigate on Public Utilities

    De office of the Ombudsman is a friends position to give to a hungry judge who grease the Government in Power and dem want him to earn a pension and a salary.

    So what it ends up as is not a feller is willing or able to tek dis doggie out of the McIntoshes’ asses

    And that is what FCIB reies on.

    Not a judge going say to go and arrest the CEO of FCIB for disobeying an order of the court but dem asses gine come for you and me and lock we to shy$e up

    Tek your time David of BU, jes now we going have a few of those situations where a feller going te justice in he or she hand and dem gine tek out some of dse effers

    All that is needed is the right circumstance LIKE A WOMAN WITH TERMINAL CANCER or a feller wid a few months to live and WHAPLAX and dennnnnn de shyte gine stop!!

    Mark de ole man’s words…

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  • Have Barbadians got a choice of where to BANK?.Should they leave one foreign bank to bank with another foreign bank? Who is responsible for the demise of the ONLY Barbados National Bank?

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  • @PUDRYR

    The blogmaster is aware of the FTC’s mandate. The rant was about a bigger point – are the entities established to protect consumers being met.

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  • OK. Now I see what the bone of contention is. If a judgement is handed down by the High Court is it not the case that one either has to comply or appeal within a certain time frame?

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  • The Ombudsman only deals with claims against governmental agencies, no?

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  • Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right

    I know THAT YOU KNOW DAVID BU

    The point that we both achieved with our virtual party was to let other readers understand that THIS SITUATION IS A PURPOSED RAPE AND DISREGARD OF SO CALL RULE OF LAW and the attendant structures and processes that now discommode the average black bajan!

    Your mention of resorting to the gun and my appendix thereto were not meant to incite any disgruntled FCIB CUSTOMER to go and take these matters in hand!

    What we sought to do, or at least what I sought to do was to acquaint these rapists that they are playing with peoples lives and once you exceed a man’s limit, be prepared for the consequences

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  • Reason why Trump call these small island nations Sh..it holes and apparently with good reasons
    A bank lost copies of your Deeds and. Tells u to get lost
    Isn’t that bunch a horse shit then what is shit

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  • NorthernObserver

    This is absolutely mind boggling. The current “offer” is well above what the land owners rightfully owe. Time for FCIB to step up to the plate and make good.

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  • I know of an instance where FCIB loaned $30 million to a company with no audited financial statements secured on land for which the title deed were lost!!

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  • … as in lost before the mortgage!!

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  • I think the law has changed recently regarding lost title deeds

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  • JOHN
    YOU STILL LIVING BOY?
    I THOUGHT THE BRAWLING WOMEN AND NIT PICKING HEEL NIPPING WOMEN HAD RUN YOU OFF THE BLOG

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  • Reason why Trump call these small island nations Sh..it holes and apparently with good reasons
    A bank lost copies of your Deeds and. Tells u to get lost
    Isn’t that bunch a horse shit then what is shit(Quote)

    Where are the courts? Foreign investors will not invest in a country where the courts are impotent.

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  • Perhaps it was the brawling men.

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  • The US justice system is also a farce. Works for some people just the same.

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  • By the way, It is the average Joe that is being shafted. The courts aren’t impotent for the large corporations.

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  • I used to play checkers against a worker of BWA. When the game got tough his favorite words were “pressure does burst pipe”.
    I am wondering if the good doctor was punished on the checkerboard by my friend as it appears he likes that expression.

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  • NorthernObserver

    @Hal A
    you mentioned putting the date in your diary. March 27th. No news. To borrow one of your contributions
    Where are the court reporters? Did Herbert and Rogers (Prescod was to appear in December 2018) appear in court as scheduled? What was the outcome?

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  • Georgie Porgie
    March 28, 2019 4:55 PM

    JOHN
    YOU STILL LIVING BOY?
    I THOUGHT THE BRAWLING WOMEN AND NIT PICKING HEEL NIPPING WOMEN HAD RUN YOU OFF THE BLOG

    ++++++++++++++++++

    Went over and away and had a ball … New Orleans!!

    I am now filled with further scholarship and learning on the French, sugar and slavery and can expound at length if I am so moved!!

    It is amazing how being there and seeing things first hand clarified my understanding of the French input to North America and its connection to Haiti and the Caribbean …. and Lord Nelson.

    Nelson’s impact on world history is amazing!!

    I didn’t even go there with that goal in mind ….. just seeing things up close helped me make the numerous connections!!

    Nearly didn’t get there as my flight was cancelled … Boeing Super 8 Max!!!

    Trump’s decisive intervention brought matters to a head for which I am grateful.

    I see Mueller gone thru de eddoes and the democrats bawling!!

    Was surprised there were no riots after Jussie Smollet was let off!!!

    Completely unjust … I figured the Black Lies Matter folks would have gone mad at the injustice.

    Where are the two Justice Brothers, The Reverends Jackson and Sharpton when they are needed!!

    Black Privilege!!

    Smollet is obviously connected … could perhaps even be Obama and Oprah’s love child given the interventions on his behalf!!

    GP, I hope you good too!!

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  • Funny Money Bunny

    This shit will stop when all the lazy ass docile babyboomers die off. For some millennial will decide the time for talking is over for legal justice has failed and street justice.

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  • Funny Money Bunny

    Ah wonder if Darwin Dottin getting he boys to secretly capture the metadata of bloggers for Auntie

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  • Good JOHN
    Looking forward to hearing you on these issues

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  • Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right

    That would be Charles Me Love You Long Time Jong ‘s job not Darwin’s

    Darwin’s is acoustical telemetry and electronic eavesdropping

    And, there being no laws to deny or challenge eavesdropping on Bajan citizenry to contend with it is all a free for all.

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  • Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right

    @ David BU

    There you go, fantastic work

    Well done!!

    Pressure does burst pipes!!

    The fact is that this matter of the refusal to obey the court order AND THD ACCRUAL OF THE INTEREST BY THE BANK’S LAWYERS IS A GAME

    and all the lawyers are in on it.

    Here is how it works.

    Bank A has a client who runs into financial difficulties.

    1st letter sent comes from bank ensuring that the trail is kept and they have followed procedures

    Over time it may get to court but remember that the bank’s lawyers are racking up hours for every intervention they make.

    Now this matter can go in a few directions

    The bank lost the title deeds. I will not mention what happened during a specific instance but…dem lost nuff things.

    Clients don’t know this and all is well IF clients continue to pay.

    If they dont then we arrive at judgements etc.

    The additional interest is a ruse employed to frighten people whose indebtedness is x dollars.

    What a lawyer who has the interests of bajans at heart should have come here and written is that once a judgment is made (1) interest ceases to accrue (2) there is a specific statute that can be relied on *** and (3) customers must not sign or agree to anything the bank proposes in writing.

    That is why I curse so nastily when I come here.

    This is wrong patently wrong yet the fraternity benefits from this by keeping screws on poor black people.

    The Bank’s lawyers know this but they persist in their actions cause they will be paid no matter what happens

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  • Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right

    Your assistance please with an item here thank you kindly Honourable Blogmaster

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  • Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right

    Here is what Iposted earlier

    @ David BU

    There you go, fantastic work

    Well done!!

    Pressure does burst pipes!!

    The fact is that this matter of the refusal to obey the court order AND THD ACCRUAL OF THE INTEREST BY THE BANK’S LAWYERS IS A GAME

    and all the lawyers are in on it.

    Here is how it works.

    Bank A has a client who runs into financial difficulties.

    1st letter sent comes from bank ensuring that the trail is kept and they have followed procedures

    Over time it may get to court but remember that the bank’s lawyers are racking up hours for every intervention they make.

    Now this matter can go in a few directions

    The bank lost the title deeds. I will not mention what happened during a specific instance but…dem lost nuff things.

    Clients don’t know this and all is well IF clients continue to pay.

    If they dont then we arrive at judgements etc.

    The additional interest is a ruse employed to frighten people whose indebtedness is x dollars.

    What a lawyer who has the interests of bajans at heart should have come here and written is that once a judgment is made (1) interest ceases to accrue (2) there is a specific statute that can be relied on *** and (3) customers must not sign or agree to anything the bank proposes in writing.

    That is why I curse so nastily when I come here.

    This is wrong patently wrong yet the fraternity benefits from this by keeping screws on poor black people.

    The Bank’s lawyers know this but they persist in their actions cause they will be paid no matter what happens

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  • Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right

    I submitted this earlier

    Steupsee

    Here be why your ass will never see the insides of the Barbados House of Assembly

    Excerpts of your Curriculum Vitae which you want to call a political party

    “…Meet our Leader

    Mr Phillips was the first to expose himself to public scrutiny. His CV is provided below.

    EARNED TITLES
    BSc, BEng, MASc, MURP, CEng, FIStructE, FCIHT, MAPM, MCSCE, MBAPE

    POST-GRADUATE ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
    Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, 1988
    Diploma in Engineering, 1988
    Bachelor of Engineering (Civil/Structural), 1991
    Master of Applied Science (Environmental Engineering), 1998
    Master of Urban and Rural Planning, 1998

    PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS…blah, blah, blah…”

    And 4000 words about you Grenville while each candidate gets 12…!!!

    I guess a reader gets to see who is really unhinged wont they???

    I am not the megalomaniac and psychotic liar running for politics am I?

    Here is one of the 12 word introductions for the clowns who were around you while you were job hunting for GoB contracts

    “…[Former Candidate – CHERONE MARTINDALE
    Representing St. John
    Administrator (21 years)]…”

    Are you so stupid not to comprehend that “former” means that you are to remove Cherone’s RH name from off your site?

    Signed

    Unhinged promoter of Mugabe

    (By the way, I like the strategy that you are using.

    You are the good bear who is acquainting everyone that I, de bad bear, a person who is currently cussing de Crime Minister, and calling she what she is, a biter of clitorises, am in fact venerating her.

    You are even more stupid than you look Grenville.

    Tek down all de former representatives names and stop illegally encroaching on peoples good will.

    And do try to augment your other candidates CV.

    Grenville, leave this alone.

    Go back to your Engineering job.

    You do not possess the skills to fight me, my army is not your army, nor is my destination yours

    You want contracts from Mia and you getting them.

    You want “a pretend audience of 12 word candidates” in your pretend party, ok.

    But unless you want me to scuttle your efforts rather your ability to frighten Mugabe into giving you some crumbs/contracts, crawl back to your hole.

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  • Was surprised there were no riots after Jussie Smollet was let off!!!

    You mean like when White Supremacists waste police time by calling 911 to report black folk watering their lawns, having a barbecue, driving their own cars, etc.

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  • That’s what I thought. The accrual of interest would have to cease unless I have misunderstood the circumstances. I have seen banks frighten people into complying. This would not frighten me. It would just get me angry enough to picket outside the bank with a sign, thereby frightening off their potential customers. I would post the pictures on Face Book. And I would keep on spreading the word ceaselessly until they realize it is less costly to make me go away.

    If a judgement has been handed down by the High Court is there not a time limit on when one can appeal if one does not wish to comply with the judgement?

    Has there been an appeal lodged?

    What is the procedure when someone continues to ignore a judgement without lodging an appeal?

    There must be something these people can do or our courts are a pappy show and there would surely be excuse for the mob.

    One cannot blame people for taking the law into their own hands when the law is a joke.

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  • Did you see that one Dullard?

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  • Grandad always told me sometimes you have to throw a sprat to catch a whale but in my 62 years of life I have often found that a sprat will also catch another sprat … sometimes two at a time!!

    Works all the time as is so beautifully shown here!!

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  • Behold! The sick one has returned! And he’s even sicker!

    Now…. enough diseased minds for the day!

    Ignore button engaged!

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  • Jack Bowman

    What sprat what!!

    You are just another sad, racist pos.

    Don’t forget to take your meds.

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  • See what I mean!!!!

    Works every time!!

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  • “Isn’t this par for the course in Bim? Court Orders are routinely ignored and people can’t be persuaded to do the right thing until they absolutely have to under force of public opinion or when their legal options are exhausted.”

    Ding, ding, ding…

    10 years of arrears on my son’s maintenance and not a thing can be done as Barbados has not signed on to the Hague Treaty as it relates to children. Sadly the court system is a joke.

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  • Is this story a different version of Mr Blackman’s story

    Mr Blackman wrote successive administrations and followed the rules as they are written and ran into a brick wall. He cannot run around the wall; he cannot get over the wall and those walls are not tumbling.

    Justin and Brunette played the game the way they should. They hired a lawyer, made their way to the court, and sat in front of a judge. The court made a judgment and then the Mcintoshes ran into the very same wall. They cannot run around the wall; they cannot get over it and those walls are not tumbling.

    Meanwhile, if you are hungry and steal a loaf of bread, the full weight of the law is applied by those (magistrates) who ( I am convinced are descendants of those who in former times) would sell their brothers into slavery. The same walls that keep Mr Blackman and the McIntoshes out is very effective at keeping the hungry, the weak and the poor inside.

    The understatement of the year was when the word tipping-point was brought to BU; One person looked out over the edge of the cliffs into the deep abyss and discovered we reached a “tipping point”. Hopefully, there is someone who can tell him… “Don’t go pass the tipping point”

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  • Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right

    THEOPHILLUS my friend in the Diaspora

    Not only were you content to relinquish your position on Sea(l) Cow Team One but here you are, making remarks that are going to get you fired as a Mugabe bite!

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  • I was waiting on a check, but I got nothing.. no hugs, no check and a frequent cussing by one of the nameless ones
    They drove me out of the yard
    All Hail Mugabe

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  • SirSimpleSimonPresidentForLife

    @John March 28, 2019 10:57 PM “Smollet is obviously connected … could perhaps even be Obama’s love child given the interventions on his behalf!!”

    Liar.

    Smollett’s father is white. Perhaps Smollet is YOUR love child?

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  • The blogmaster needs some help to secure the picture of Bernadette Callender the lawyer refusing to handover the files.

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  • What do you think the outcome will be
    https://barbadostoday.bb/2017/03/29/drug-money-gone/?fbclid=IwAR2_D3RiQvrsuFTE-IJxbmlAlm176BGCQInKr-_962bP6qqOEKy6hJWUBMI

    Money was never missing but someone got their facts wrong
    Money returned without explanation
    Money returned and no-one arrested
    Money returned and someone arrested’
    No recovery of the money and someone arrested
    No recovery of the money and no-one arrested
    No follow-up to the story
    :- ) No follow-up, no money, no-one arrested and Herbert sues to get his money back 🙂

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  • 🙂 Just saw that was 2017… Thought it was 2019 — a last week item 🙂
    No excuses as I stopped drinking.

    Was there a follow-up???

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  • @Theo

    No need to apologize you have shown us how the seizure of assets obtained through crime will work, the Gov’t may have thought it was reinventing the wheel with its proposed law but some Police beat it to the punch years ago.

    This happens in other jurisdictions, sometimes the cash as well as the contraband disappears into thin air…..

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  • There is no justice system in Barbados. There is only an injustice system. The boys on the block have recognized that and instead of fighting for positive change, they are self-destructing. It would have been better to go down fighting like the rebels of 1937 who now have a monument in their memory.

    I guess there was no-one to lead them in that direction. The middle-classed, educated agitators have abandoned the fight and are ensconced in the bosom of the oppressors.

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  • When the so called bad boys observe money missing from police custody, lawyers spending client funds to cite two examples how do we anticipate this will affect their outlook? Everything is connected.

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  • http://www.loopnewsbarbados.com/content/badness-actor-laid-rest

    This guy apparently was not a bad boy but possessed the attitude of most of the young people I meet these days.

    They hate hypocrisy! They react poorly to it. I maintain that the bad boys know that the only moral difference between them and those who would condemn them is the hypocrisy.

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  • Those who steal a person’s property can prevent him from eating a balanced diet. Malnutrition can lead to poor health. Poor health needs medical intervention. Lack of funds can prevent a person from getting the necessary treatment. That can lead to death. And this does not even factor in the stress of the ordeal that also kills.

    Just as there is more than one way to kill a cat there is also more than one way to kill a person. The street thugs use guns. The white collar criminal’s weapon is the pen he uses to sign documents. One causes fast death while the other causes slow death. Death is death.

    PS. This also applies to insurance companies who refuse to pay settlements to desperately injured people in a timely manner.

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  • @ Donna the Mother, the Sister, the wife, the woman like whom all mothers should be patterned

    I now see when you and my Dearest SSS (who is taken by a very lucky fellow), I see now why you have been assigned to the Anti Mugabe – biter Sea Cow Team!

    In each of your posts, one by one, serious and profound wisdom

    “…Those who steal a person’s property can prevent him from eating a balanced diet.

    Malnutrition can lead to poor health.

    Poor health needs medical intervention.

    Lack of funds can prevent a person from getting the necessary treatment.

    That can lead to death. And this does not even factor in the stress of the ordeal that also kills…”

    That is the systemic and legally sanctioned death that they are meting out on citizens WHO ARE EITHER STUPID ENOUGH or unfortunate enough to stay in that Dark Hole of Calcutta called Barbados.

    Yet, those well fed poochlickers like Nameless Ones #1 & 2 aided and abetted by the Goering fellow they come here to BU every single day and sing a song of allegiance to Mugabe

    While she and hers do not kill by the bullet like they are killing the fellows in the streets by as they are seeking to kill the Stewarts and the Alden Blackman’s of Bulbados.

    It is beyond all shades of pitiful…

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  • Piece uh de Rock Yeah Right

    @ the Honourable Blogmaster

    Your assistance please with my response to Donna thank you

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  • @ the Honourable Blogmaster

    There is a excerpt from Henry The Sixth, Part 2 Act 4, scene 2, 71–78 which goes thusly

    “… Dick: The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers…”

    While some would say it seems an apt thing to do with the cadre of lawyers that Barbados has (excluding a few) i rise to comment on this action by the FCIB offices in their HQ to remove all references to Bernadette C Callender from the Internet

    De ole man and me grandson have been searcing for this lawyer extensively on the available e-directories and barring this item https://www.hwls.edu.tt/graduates-1997/ this is the very closest openly available “link” to the said lawyer

    Of course there are other ways to get the information but she has been “killed” insofar as her publicly available pictures are concerned

    But it brings me to comment indirectly about the soon to be launched “Espionage Act” that Mugabe has tasked Teets, the demoted eater of go go girl fronts Eddie, the speech impaired Thorn in the Side and Oblong head to construct as she and her imps construct mechanisms TO DESTROY BARBADOS UNDERGROUND

    the text goes something like this

    “and be it know that, we the government of Mugabe Mottley do hereby enact this Espionage Law to impose any and all restrictions on speech and civil liberties that are disfavored by the Mugabe administration…”

    Have you or The Luminary Jeff Cumberbatch heard anything about it?

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