Barbadians Carrying the Weight of Cahill Waste

Who is Quantum Energy and are they new beneficial owners of the Cahill Waste To Energy idea. Who owns the Garbage in Barbados? …

Kammie Holder (posted to Request to Remove CAHILL blog 2018)

At some point on Day 3 during the just concluded Barbados Labour Party (BLP) Annual Conference, Prime Minister Mia Mottley referenced that the controversial Cahill agreement may potentially cost taxpayers millions. It seems the agreement was crafted to permit the transfer of ownership to other parties who have signaled to the government there is a high expectation said agreement must be honoured.

The Cahill matter is near and dear to the BU blogmaster because Barbados Underground played a small part in the dissemination of confidential documents that exposed the less than transparent manner then Democratic Labour Party (DLP) government consummated the agreement with Clare Cowan and Cahill Energy Barbados.

Another reason: in the Upper Chamber of Parliament then leader of government business Maxine McClean and Verla De Peiza (now leader of the Democratic Labour Party) described BU blogmaster as a traitor for posting Cahill confidential documents which exposed the DLP Cabinet as less than transparent with the electorate of Barbados. Some will say the electorate is enjoying having the last word given the result of the May 2018 general election. The blogmaster respectfully disagrees.

It is long passed the time to satisfy public expectation to hold public officials accountable. If there is a whiff of evidence the stink of malfeasance permeates, we must move to a stage where elected officials pay the price. In Barbados former ministers et al routinely transition to private sector to benefit from rotten seeds planted while in government. Why should ordinary citizens be expected to tighten the belt and others be allowed to go scot free all the Rh time?

There will be a price to pay if social justice issues are not factored into the way we manage our affairs. Especially during this period of austerity we are struggling to negotiate. It is ordinary people who have seen retirement investments in government securities negatively devalued, ordinary citizens have seen fees charged rather than interest credited to savings accounts at financial institutions. In the interest of all that is good we must not allow members of the political class to conspire with the economic class to the detriment of ordinary people.

How on God’s earth the people of Barbados- taxpayers, will remain silent to the pronouncement by the prime minister of Barbados  Barbados stands to lose millions because of the Cahill “frustrated contract”?

What manner of people are we to allow a class of  people to continually rub the brown stuff in our faces and every where?

 

 

 

59 comments

  • peterlawrencethompson

    @Hants
    Thanks for posting the link to Cowan’s bullshit article on LinkedIn. Comments appear to be enabled 😉 so why don’t we let her know exactly what we think of her?

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  • “If there is a whiff of evidence the stink of malfeasance permeates, we must move to a stage where elected officials pay the price.”

    I like the understatement “whiff”. There is an Everest of corruption in this country. If the Prime minister was serious about tackling corruption, She would do the following:

    Divorced the lawyers from the laws of Barbados. Make it impossible for them to hold onto clients money and steal land and property.
    Allow Justice of the Peace and others to sign articles of incorporation. At present the lawyers must sign and some charge as much as $3,500.00 just to do so.
    Seize the assets obtained by corruption. It seems that Barbados is one of only two countries in the world, that refused to fully enact anti-corruption laws allowing seizure of assets. The country runs into problems over this.
    Limit the power of the Bar association and the Medical association, Furbish at government expense the hiring of external legal and medical experts whose job it is to represent complainants against the two mentioned bodies.
    Pass a law of recall.

    6.Jail all persons who engage in stealing tax-payers money. In the case of politicians jail and removal of pensions.

    Limit terms of parliamentarians to two four-year sessions.
    Prime Minister must only serve two terms.

    9.Put square pegs in square holes.

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  • David of BU, verbal and emotional mastubation of the masses must be seen as what is, fluff and comedic relief for faithfuls.

    The RBPF and the Financial Intelligence Unit like all modern institutions have access to all sorts of information be it banking and cellphones. Spliff smokers and the outspoken must not be the only persons held accountable.

    AGs and Prime Ministers have information to all information from their briefs.

    So why a whole RH country must pay?

    Mia Mottley with her overwhelming vote must not squander her responsibility to call in Forensic Experts.

    THOSE WHO SIGNED OFF ON THE CAHILL MUST BE HELD ACCOUNTABILITY.

    I will revisit terms of the Cahill one sided contract, for country needs to know. The files are on BU for all and sundry to show how wicked and self serving politicians can be.

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  • Mia need to shut mouth when talking about taxpayers losing millions
    In less than one year she has cost the taxpayers millions plus
    The give away on taxbreaks .waivers and vat to the business class and what does barbados has to show for any of sleight by hands doing nothing absolutely nothing
    Even the banks ongoing service fees govt actions by way of default brought on some of these increasing fees taking more money out of the customer pocket
    And dont forget that boondoggle of a land fill when the blp was in office that not even a toffee paper was able to make an impact while millions on that project was silently buried on the ground
    Now once again talking about Cahill
    Really maybe Mia Moe Mottley ought to be looking outside parliament and take a walk down town and see the piles of garbage littering the street
    Mia Moe Mottley it is time you stop campaigning and find solutions for the garbage on the street

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  • Cant understand how so called intelligent people can fall for her bold faced lies.
    Govt pratice of smoke and mirrors have made impact on those who should know better
    Through out govt campagain Mia told similar stories and made promises to let justice prevails
    One year later nothing
    A 30-0 win launched on may 24 and thrown in the year equals long drawn out talk and empty promises

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  • @Mariposa, you like you got the other extreme of the Mia Fever… you seem only interested in serving your political masters. When are you going to speak about future generations and the ills in society and forget about self serving political parties. Give the blog a break before you infect more with the other extreme of #MiaFever

    https://environmentallaw.uslegal.com/international-laws/international-convention-for-the-prevention-of-pollution-from-ships-marpol-7378-international-treaty-regulating-the-disposal-of-wastes-generated-by-normal-operation-of-vessels/

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  • @Kammie

    Stay focused on the message!

    Here is what we know, partisans like ac will not be the ones to force change.

    Continue the good work being a citizen advocate of the many issues.

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  • @ Dr Robert Lucas

    6.Jail all persons who engage in stealing tax-payers money. In the case of politicians jail and removal of pensions.

    Limit terms of parliamentarians to two four-year sessions.
    Prime Minister must only serve two terms.
    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    LIKE YOU SMOKED ONE OF THOSE EXOTIC MARIJUANA CIGARETTES TODAY.

    NEVER WILL HAPPEN UNDER A BLP OR DLP.

    I MUST SAY THE MAJORITY OF BAJANS MUST LIKE IT SO.

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  • All the time govt looks for distractions
    If past govt as she suggested signed a bad contract
    Then she as leader and having a multimillion dollar cabinet plus advisors like White Oaks all heads put together can find resolution
    But Mia Moe Mottley never ending smoke and Mirror campagain stinks the house up like the garbage littering the island
    What a dam shame
    The story of the garbage is what Mia Moe Mottley ought to be addressing with haste
    A problem which contains a multitude of problems relating to a health hazard and if not resolved would cost barbados billions of dollars in health cost
    Now there you have it when truth be told and the smoke is rubbed off the mirrors

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  • I speak openly and with a right of purpose
    I have no pay masters in our out
    Mia Moe Mottley has said that taxpayers are at the losing end of a Cahill deal
    I challenged her to present the contract in parliament for the people to see
    Here is a leader who made a promise to put money in the poot peoples pocket but has executed measures that have given at her generosity millions of dollars from the treasury to business
    Isnt it ironic that the pot now find it necessary to call the kettle black
    Well i’ ll be dam

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  • @ Baje November 4, 2019 8:29 PM

    Wishing for it to happen.

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  • This will be Barbados biggest problem
    This is what Mia should concern herself about and not be consumed with Cahill
    A project if had given a chance would have served the purpose of keeping Barbados environment clean
    No !but instead Mia Moe now uses the strategy of a one trick pony to reinvent a political wheel
    No body cares about Cahill all wants to see the garbage off the street with haste
    ##:#######::::::#:

    Chief of Staff Lionel “Max” Hurst
    By Shermain Bique-Charles

    Shermain.bique@antiguaobserver.com

    In order for Antigua and Barbuda to realise any improvements in its economic recovery, it would need to rely heavily on domestic drivers of growth, like consumption and investments.

    That’s the advice offered by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) whose latest Regional Economic Outlook for the Western Hemisphere said Antigua and Barbuda will see a decline in economic growth –from 7 percent in 2018 to 4 percent in 2019.

    The significant drop, according to the analysis from the Washington-based financial institution comes as a result of high levels of inequality and lack of economic opportunity.

    The low growth, according to the IMF, also comes amid continued trade tensions, slower global growth, subdued commodity prices and, in some large regional economies, high policy uncertainty.

    The IMF said, however, the key is for governments to continue to strive for stronger growth that is more inclusive and strengthen well-targeted spending and social programmes to protect the most vulnerable groups.

    At the same time, it said, many governments in the region have to deal with high levels of public debt.

    But the Chief of Staff in the Office of the Prime Minister, Lionel “Max Hurst” told OBSERVER media that the IMF’s latest report is misleading and fictitious.

    Read more in today’s newspaper

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  • The issue here is about the lack of governance practiced by both Bee and Dee, Cahill is a symptom of it.

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  • You can try to switch the discussion all you like the truth is that we have two political parties that have refused to enact freedom of information and integrity legislation. Instead your small partisan mind can only measure issues through a jaundiced lease.

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  • There are so many issues all which has negative impact on barbados economy
    The issue of Cahill to me lies in the importance of a govt now seem fit to beat a dead horse in the ground
    If govt is all concerned about the agreement
    Then govt have options on hand which can direct its position in helping govt to find a plausible solution for the taxpayers
    Instead govt runs to BU like little crying babies looking for solutions
    The real issuse still stems from govt not having viable solutions for the garbage problem
    Need i remind all and sundry that govt told Barbados that the country did not need a WTE plant
    Instead present govt said they had solutions
    A WTE plant was and still is Barbados better option .

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  • “Divorced the lawyers from the laws of Barbados. Make it impossible for them to hold onto clients money and steal land and property.”

    She will have to start IN HER OWN CABINET….and some say also IN HER OWN FAMILY….since the most dangerous and vile thieves on the island reside there…

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  • Again the issue is about transparency. If the new owner of the CAHILL agreement has signaled the government must honour the agreement what does it have to do with government giving it priority? You may have the last word.

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  • Brathwaite testified TransTec was invited by the TB to do repairs? There was no RFP? How many suppliers were invited?

    Mr. Brathwaite was unable to provide detail accounting of repairs.

    The buses with transmission issues also had engine problems, he is a transmission guy.

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  • Now let Mia Moe instead of clowning and blowing smoke in the peoples faces used the 30-0 cabinet to fined solutions for the dire state of the economy before the IMF read govt the riot act
    Mia Moe need to read what IMF report on Antigua economy and take note of what is happening in global economy cause red herrings not gonna help .

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  • Interesting comment by TransTec when asked why he would have continued doing business with the TB given the long periods – up to 9 months – invoices were left not settled.

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  • @ Kammie Holder November 4, 2019 6:04 PM

    That’s all this outburst of political hot air is: a slimy incestuous hand-job of “verbal and emotional masturbation” of the flaccid financial organs of the stupid people of Barbados.

    Who is going to bell the cat? Who is going to be the complainant as required in the ICBL bribery scandal which pales into comparison to the millions the taxpayers of Barbados might have to fork out to cover-up the scars of corruption from this ‘burning’ Cahill scam?

    Would it be you, Mister Kammie Kane the Citizen Advocate, or would it be the AG?

    What would really set the ‘foreign’ cat among the local pigeons is the possible disclosure that the former principals of Cahill made payments in advance to locally-domiciled recipients to promote their business interests in Bridgetown.

    Maybe then we could see some action by overseas law enforcement agencies similar to what took place with the Don and his palm-greasing petty cash receipts.

    BTW, what has become of a similar law suit in respect of the award of contract for the redesign of the Pierhead marina also involving, potentially, millions of taxpayers’ money?

    Is this also another case of extracting financial satisfaction from masturbating the ‘sore’ taxpayers?

    Has this white-collar criminal matter been taken out to sea and dumped in some IBC off Saint Lucia?

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  • “In 1992 the Rio Declaration was adopted and contained in part Principle 10 stating that: “Environmental issues are best handled with participation of all concerned citizens, at the relevant level. … States shall facilitate and encourage public awareness and participation by making information widely available”

    “In 1992 the Rio Declaration was adopted and contained in part Principle 10 stating that:

    “Environmental issues are best handled with participation of all concerned citizens, at the relevant level. At the national level, each individual shall have appropriate access to information concerning the environment that is held by public authorities, including information on hazardous materials and activities in their communities, and the opportunity to participate in decision-making processes. States shall facilitate and encourage public awareness and participation by making information widely available. Effective access to judicial and administrative proceedings, including redress and remedy, shall be provided. “

    Principle 10 sets out three fundamental rights: access to information, access to public participation and access to justice, as key pillars of sound environmental governance.

    The “access rights” have emerged to be very important in promoting transparent, inclusive and accountable environmental governance.

    Access to information empowers citizens and incentivizes them to participate in decision and policy-making processes in an informed manner.

    Public participation is increasingly being seen as a vital part of addressing environmental problems and achieving sustainable development by encouraging governments to adopt policies and enact laws that take community needs into account.

    Access to justice provides the foundation of the “access rights”, as it facilitates the public’s ability to enforce their right to participate, to be informed, and to hold regulators and polluters accountable for environmental harm.

    The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development from 2012 (Rio + 20) re-confirmed Principle 10, in its outcome document, “The Future We Want”, and also underlined its importance at the regional level.

    In order to catalyze and to accelerate action in terms of implementing Principle 10, in 2010 Governments at the 11th Special Session of UNEP’s Governing Council/ Global Ministerial Environmental Forum in Bali, Indonesia adopted the Guidelines for the Development of National Legislation on Access to Information, Public Participation and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters (Bali Guidelines).

    These guidelines have since been used to develop national environmental legislation in a number of countries. To further advance implementation of Principle 10 and the use of the Bali Guidelines among countries, UNEP has developed an Implementation Guide for the Bali Guidelines, which was first published in English in October 2015.”

    https://www.unenvironment.org/news-and-stories/story/unep-implementing-principle-10-rio-declaration

    Today is November 5th, 2019 Barbados as a signatory has not actioned the above.

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  • @Miller, do I need to remind you of the suggested reasons why the Bussa Revolution failed? He was betrayed by the same persons he sacrificed himself to save.

    Do I need to remind you that to think and not accept fanciful verbose but to question those who think they must go unchallenged makes you enemy of the state?

    Do I remind you the Gestapo and Soldiers who carried out the oppression of the German people justified their actions as just civil servants following instructions like sheep?

    Do I need to remind you most in Barbados have not realized slavery is long over and there is no need to fear freedom to speak out?

    I ain’t fighting for a fella if it impacts me I will respectfully use every means to preserve my rights irrespective of who it will offend.

    We must collectively fight the ills of society and not leave it any one individual.

    Unfortunately, the situation is one where the masses elect the politicians who are bankrolled by the capitalist who in turn must protect the empires of the said capitalist for the dictum of preservation of jobs is a constant reminder.

    If we had serious politicians who were committed not to winning the next election but to the sustainability of future generations Barbados would be in a better place, thus Cahill would not have happened.

    Carson, you need to stop with the Mariposa masquerade and put your country first!

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  • @ Kammie Holder

    Do I need to remind you that to think and not accept fanciful verbose but to question those who think they must go unchallenged makes you enemy of the state?

    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    Several of these JACKASSES show themselves on Barbados Underground frequently and infrequently to disparage others who don’t drink their poisoned Koolaid of Party loyalty and deception.

    As @Miller said above:

    “That’s all this outburst of political hot air is: a slimy incestuous hand-job of “verbal and emotional masturbation” of the flaccid financial organs of the stupid people of Barbados”.

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  • @ Kammie Holder November 5, 2019 9:34 AM

    Precisley, Kammie! It’s sad case of: “Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?” (Who will guard the guards themselves?)

    Just raise your head above the parapet to fight in the name of Truth and Justice and see how quickly you are targeted by the same people in whose interests you are fighting!

    Don’t be the Bajan Jesus of the environment for you will lose your head in trying to save Bajans from environmental self-annihilation.

    It is so obvious that the local politicians and their ‘servants’ have no interest in either stemming the tide of corruption in public office or in giving Mother Nature a helping hand by making Barbados clean, bright and beautiful in the sight of their church-worshipping God.

    The graveyards are full of people the world could not do without. ~ Elbert Green Hubbard

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  • @ the Honourable Blogmaster

    Some days when the real you is on duty YOU DO BARBADOS UNDERGROUND PROUD.

    at 5.36 sorry up until 5.36AM you were on such a roll then 30 minutes later, you had a little speed wobble.

    Now de ole man fully understands the basis of that “speed wobble” but I most respectfully offer this comment WITHOUT ANY DEVICE!

    THAT VIDEO FROM THE PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE is wasted there AND DESERVES ITS VERY OWN BLOG!!!

    If one is of a disposition to listen to these sorts of things, if one has time on their hands TO SHOW HOW WE TRULY LOVE BARBADOS, then it would behoove that one to listen to this video of deep worth!

    The questioners seem camera poleaxed for after starting to ask some serious questions IT APPEARS TO VIEWERS THAT, FOR SOME REASON, THEYVSEEMED AFRAID TO FOLLOW UP!

    That man Brathwaite DID NOT ANSWER ANY OF THE QUESTIONS HE WAS POSED.

    Not one shy$e AND NO ONE FOLLOWED UP not even Lucille Moe!

    That has me very disturbed.

    A man is summoned to the PAC and has no idea how many of some 90 plus buses he fixed the transmissions for.

    He has no breakdown of his records, what parts he bought, cost of repairs, what profit he made on each job sheet

    AND THEN, LIKE IF BAJANS ARE CHVUNTS, HE GOING SAY THAT, IN A TIME OF QUICKBOOKS, he submitted duplicate RH invoices for something which he, by his own admission says that each job required a work order!!!

    What de Rassh**e!!!

    AND, as incredulously as it may seem, a question which not one of these Senators asked was

    “what sort of RH Fred Flintstones accounting software do you use, Mr Brathwaite?”

    But that would have elicited the commensurate query of the Accounts Department at the Crooked Transport Board of “…how comes it that your accounting software dit not flog duplicate invoices for the same RH work order?”

    That video needs it’s own RH blog and to be migrated from this Cahill Article.

    Just de ole man ingrunt opinion big man, but um is you ting!!!

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  • I have said before and I say again – stop all the lotta long talk and take some action. Should this government be intent on writing a new chapter in the political history books of Barbados, just keep massaging the electorate with bits and pieces of malfeasance committed by the last government, and then on the eve of the next general election make the grand announcement that charges will soon be laid and arrest made.

    Do you really feel that we are still so freekin’ stupid as to fall for that promise? Lay some charges against that big nosed, silent jackass now. The one who claimed that nothing had come across his desk two years after signing a MOU with Cahill.

    This government has some hard choices to make. Either bring Mr Maggoo and his merry band of bandits to justice for the financial wrongs they have done to this country (and I include the leper) or we the electorate, will write a new page in the history book by firing all thirty of you after one term….. unless “nose” also has files that would be embarrassing to the thirty…. in which case, we understand.

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  • Barbados Underground Whistleblower

    @ Piece

    That video needs it’s own RH blog and to be migrated from this Cahill Article.
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    Lloyd Braithwaite owner of Transtec I know real real well from the time hIS operation was at the bottom of Rendezvous Hill.

    He is one of the REAL CRIMINALS IN BARBADOS HAVING BEEN INVOLVED IN DRUGS, PROSTITUTION OF TEENAGE GIRLS INCLUDING PAYING THEM TO BE FUCKED BY HIS DOGS.

    IF YOU NOTICED HIS LAWYER IS FORMER ATTORNEY GENERAL ADRIEL BRAITHWAITE WITH FORMER TIES TO OTHER DLP DENNIS LOWE AND MICHAEL LASHLEY WHO HE ‘LEASED’ LUXURY VEHICLES TO WHILST ENJOYING MAJOR CONTRACTS WITH THEIR FORMER GOVERNMENT MINISTRIES.

    THESE GUYS ARE THE REAL REAL CRIMINALS OF KICKBACKS AND ROBBING OF STRUGGLING TAXPAYERS PAID INTO THE TREASURY.

    DOUBLE INVOICING OF THIS $$$ SIZE IS NOT A MISTAKE IT IS SIMPLE FRAUD AND COLLUSION WITH OTHERS.

    I HAVE RAN A BIG BUSINESS WITH AN ACCOUNTS DEPARTMENT AND A FINANCIAL CONTROLLER.

    AS YOU HAVE HIGHLIGHTED THE FACT THAT THE SAME WORK ON SAME BUS WITH DIFFERENT INVOICE NUMBERS AND SAME AMOUNTS IS CLEAR CUT FRAUD AND DECEPTION.

    WE ARE TALKING ABOUT OVER A $$$QUARTER MILLION.

    TRUST ME WHEN I SAY THIS LLOYD BRAITHWAITE WAS FULLY AWARE OF THESE TRANSACTIONS AND PAYMENTS AIDED AND ABETTED BY OTHERS IN KEY POSITIONS.

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  • A re there internal auditors at the Transport Board.

    By the way, I think the former attorney general’s surname is Brathwaite. There is a story behind this, but Brathwaites/Braithwaites from Barbados in the UK can tell a good tale about this spelling.

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  • Both Cahill, Auditor General reports; TB etc are related.

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  • “Today is November 5th, 2019 Barbados as a signatory has not actioned the above.”

    Barbados has ignored every treaty it has signed on to in the last 60 years, as long as it has to do with progress for or adhering to and observing the human rights of the black majority, the criminals in parliament promptly ignore it, or just don’t ratify it as is the case with the convention on corruption which Mia is dancing all around and will do nothing, or she would have done it already.

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  • Barbados Underground Whistleblower

    @ Hal

    A re there internal auditors at the Transport Board.
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    Having done business with the Barbados Transport Board many many times I can assure you this Transtec was a deliberate act in collusion with some of the same people who were supposed to practice simple due diligence.

    Where was the Transport Board Financial Controller role in all of this and of those who signed off on ALL PAYMENTS?

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  • @Whistleblower

    For a cash-based business, it seems very careless of them not to have more fool-proof methods of sorting out their accounts, such as competent internal auditors. I am sure in this case it was a mistake, but you are right, double billing, bogus invoices, etc are common ways of ripping off people.
    Some time ago, the late Sir Richard Haynes carried out an inquiry at the QEH, during the process he asked for a copy of the payroll. I believe he died and had not received it.
    If I were a Bajan politician and wanted to look after a supporter without offering him/her a job, I would put them on the government’s payroll. Who would notice?

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  • Barbados Underground Whistleblower

    @ Hal

    For a cash-based business, it seems very careless of them not to have more fool-proof methods of sorting out their accounts, such as competent internal auditors.
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    Most of the Transport Board Finances comes from the Bajan Taxpayers I believe and can be corrected to be at least $40 million Annually.

    The cash from bus fares, private hire and advertising on their exteriors it takes in is a very smaller percentage of it finances.

    Without the Government
    (Taxpayers ) subvention Annually there would be no Transport Board as we know it.

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  • Let me reiterate, arguments rooted in disinformation and misinformation have no right on a blog intended to facilitate and promote robust debate.

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  • @ enuff

    Let me reiterate, arguments rooted in disinformation and misinformation have no right on a blog intended to facilitate and promote robust debate.
    Xxxxxxxx

    ELOQUENTLY SAID BY THE KING/QUEEN OF BULLSHITTERS AND DEFLECTORS.

    WHOSE CLAIM TO FAME IS SUCKING 2 WHITEMEN BALLS WHILST WORKING IN NEW YORK.

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  • Sunshine Sunny Shine

    Why are some of you asking Mia to launce an investigation in DLP crookery? What is it that she is going to investigate or call in forensic experts to do when she said, clearly, that where there is evidence they will be an investigation. I take that to mean that she is still waiting for evidence. It doan matter how obvious it was in the DLP crooked camp, Mia Mottley will not investigate the Dumbass Lying Party because she has no evidence and as far as she is concerned, not a boy in the DLP camp did a thing wrong. Donville is innocent in spite of the evidence.

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  • See letter sent to the former Minister Denis Lowe from the NGO Future Trust. The letter was not responded to.

    https://barbadosunderground.files.wordpress.com/2019/11/wte-letter-to-the-minstry-of-the-environment-final.pdf

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  • @ Sunshine Sunny Shine

    Mia Mottley will not investigate the Dumbass Lying Party because she has no evidence and as far as she is concerned, not a boy in the DLP camp did a thing wrong. Donville is innocent in spite of the evidence.
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    So what was Mia waving every night in her bag of tricks to fool the voting Public before Elections that she had tons of evidence concerning DLP corruption and thiefing.

    Was this fools gold?

    Same way of the convenient 2018 MANIFESTO which has NOW been left to gather dust, very much full of ADDITIONAL false promises to the voting Public who are now suffering even more with higher taxes, higher food costs and higher bills.

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  • Baje good question to ask the koolaid drinkers
    Mia presented them a bag of foolish man dust and they bought it
    So funny that none of them even bother to pursue her for the evidence
    It is as if she said nothing about this so called evidence
    At times i glad that these fools are suffering
    Even their ministers have turned their backs leaving these idiots to sound like hyenas baying at the moon

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  • So early in January 2019, BT contained the following ““Yesterday I received a letter from the successor entity to Cahill seeking to claim legal rights against the Government of Barbados,” Mottley said”
    Two months later, Cahill issues a statement that Cahill Energy Barbados has been sold to QUP, Quantum Utility Partners. It is an odd M&A release. It came solely from Cahill, with none of the customary comments from the buyer, usually about ‘how pleased they are to acquire XXX, and what a great fit it will be to enhance their business, when the deal is expected to close etc etc’. But QUP certainly fits the profile of a player in the energy field.
    it even contained odd statements. “With Quantum Utility Generation now on board…” . On board? Usually used when someone JOINS a team. Did QUP only buy part of Cahill?
    To date, apart from the GoB statement about a “successor entity”, Quantum has said nothing publicly about this acquisition. Only Cahill. That said, the online news releases from QUP stopped abruptly in 2016.
    Quantum Energy Partners (QEP) is a private equity operation, and the parent of QUP. I discovered QEP has a few investment FUNDS, and much of the money seems to come from a variety of Pension Funds. Largely those of public employees at one level or another. A delayed new plant in WV (Moundsville) is co-financed by the CPPIB, the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board. So that is double public pension money, the funds from QUP plus those from CPPIB.
    It would seem these pensions funds from the public sector maybe a potential susceptible link to blocking a WTE operation in Barbados. Many times pension members have not a clue how their monies are being invested. Just ask the NIS stakeholders.

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  • @BUW
    all you need say is prostitution, the further almost unbelievable embellishment ,only makes anything following less believable.

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  • “It would seem these pensions funds from the public sector maybe a potential susceptible link to blocking a WTE operation in Barbados. Many times pension members have not a clue how their monies are being invested. Just ask the NIS stakeholders.”

    i am sure with the help of the idiot Fruendel and his GANG OF THIEVES they would have succeeded in dipping all their greedy hands in and tiefing all that remained from the NIS pension fund making sure there was NOTHING LEFT for bajan pensioners all in the name of building a shite plant that threated the people’s safety on the island……gotta watch what scam this present administration is on re the new thieves Clare the Cow woman invented, because these new crooks in parliament will look for any avenue to rob the pension fund too…new thieves, new alliances…they have finally reached the stage where thieves from Canada are forcing themselves on the people and island and Mia is pretending not to know what to do about it…..but any opportunity being misused to further rob the people should land her ass in an international court.

    they are all immersed in their own decades old self created PIT OF FILTH and CORRUPTION and THEY KNOW there is no way for any of them to climb out without STARING AT JAIL TIME in their faces…a la Donville..

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  • ” I take that to mean that she is still waiting for evidence.”

    you can guarantee Mia HAS THE EVIDENCE, decades worth, but DLP also has decades worth of evidence…ON HER AND HER FAMILY….and therein lies her CATCH 22…

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  • Nuff, nuff more balls sucking for the fowl…pressure can’t done, gotta relieve it somehow..lol

    “DISHONEST BajansNovember 5, 2019 4:59 PM

    @ enuff

    Let me reiterate, arguments rooted in disinformation and misinformation have no right on a blog intended to facilitate and promote robust debate.
    Xxxxxxxx

    ELOQUENTLY SAID BY THE KING/QUEEN OF BULLSHITTERS AND DEFLECTORS.

    WHOSE CLAIM TO FAME IS SUCKING 2 WHITEMEN BALLS WHILST WORKING IN NEW YORK.”

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  • @Northern Observer

    Thanks, can always depend on you to post well researched positions.

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  • Barbados Underground Whistleblower

    @ Northern

    No embellishment by me against the gentleman Lloyd Braithwaite.

    I was among his inner circle and dated for a short while a young lady that was involved with Lloyd from 15 whilst at Secondary school.

    She was offered as much as a $1000 to commit the act with the animal of which is one his KNOWN fetish.

    I don’t make claims about anyone maliciously without first hand KNOWLEDGE.

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  • Sunshine Sunny Shine

    Baje

    I do not take likely to calling Mia Mottley a Rogue in works. But pay close attention as her works unfold and you will see a distinct pattern that will lead you to question where her true loyalties lie. Now, the whole of Barbados knows that the most unjust, crooked, lying period in the history of Barbados took place under that two face hypocrite call Stuart and his bunch of Crookers and Crookets. This was the greatest uncertainty and the most miserable time in leadership ever felt by Barbadians and the truth be told, it was evident.
    Now as much as the SSS criticises the Rogue Mia for being a Rogue Mottley, the SSS does not have a problem giving her credit where it is due. She has done in the 15 months since taking up office what the Dumbass Lying Party could not do in 10 years. She made the sacrifices and stabilised the economy. What the SSS does not like about Mottley is that she is just as much a hypocrite as Freundel, the only difference being that she has flair and a lot of optics to go along with her fancy speeches. Take note that early in her Prime Ministerial role, she spoke to the people. Take note that as she becomes seasoned in that role, she is speaking less and accounting even lesser.
    Did she not built her campaign on the Stuart lies and things done in the night? Yes (not that she had too because the writing was already on the wall for the DLP). Did she not write a report as chairman of the Publics Accounts Committee concerning inappropriate financial conduct regarding a housing project that brought Kellman and others in the DLP into the spotlight? Yes. Did she not lambasted the DLP for their lack of transparency and accountability, promising to do far better than them in that department? Yes.
    What you need to understand is that she was truthful and honest right up the moment that her dream became a reality. When she became PM, the focus shifted from investigating all the touted financial irregularities of the DLP administration to her own personal interest. I mean she was excited, I doubt very much that she slept that night. History was made twice. First, as the first female PM, and second, as the first party to ever win all seats in the House of Assembly. Quite an achievement. As far as she is concerned now, the need to investigate the DLP has lost its lustre and drive. The DLP is history and she is the new reality. Her reality was to take care of a few personal interests first. And, as we can see, those interests were well-taken care and we have today a growing justification for all Barbadians to accept the BLP’s version of ”Acceptable Nepotism.”
    Take note also and you will see that there is a move by this administration to do things that can cause controversy in the open. The psyche of Barbadians, as she is well aware, is to grumble for the first few days, perhaps a week or two then comes the acceptance. So we accepted her tax exemption for those owing taxes for many years; accepted her father’s knighthood under whatever justifications afforded him to receive such an esteem, accepted her new imposed taxes that are more than the taxes place upon Barbadians by the Dumbass Lying Party; accepted her hiring of new hands in spite of telling Barbadians that sacrifices have to be made; accepted her largest cabinet in history for a 11 parish island of only 300,000 inhabitants, accepted her changing of the constitution to accommodate her friends, accepted her high paying press secretary, accepted that she must focus on more important things rather than providing wiggling room for Freedom of Press legislation, proper Anticorruption Legislation, Whistleblower legislation, giving more power to the Auditor General, etc etc. You feeling me on this baje, like my sweet piece would say? Do you understand why I call this woman a Rogue? Before PM, she had all the evidence,after becoming PM, she is waiting on the evidence. What happened to all the evidence show financial misrepresentation, it went through the door the moment that Mia Rogue Works Mottley becamse Prime Minister. The DLP gone clear, Dennis Lowe can enjoy his ill-gotten gains!

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  • @ My dearest SSS

    And with your post of 5.36AM the defence rests!

    I too am of the opinion that even though the populace is being screwed by Mugabe Mottley THEY ARE A DOCILE PEOPLE and she will use them brutally AS IS HER NATURE

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  • Sunshine Sunny Shine

    My Sweet Piece

    I know I have not spoken to you in a while but as you can see I comment sparsely and come not on here regularly. Before Mia Mottley’s stint as PM comes to an end, I am convinced that she is going to do a lot of shite, a long with the lot of good that is to camouflage all the crafty shite, to keep bajans believing that she is all that Barbados needs to lead them. The scales are tipped to look favourable, but the balance is not on two sides but one.

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  • SirSimpleSimonPresidentForLife

    @Barbados Underground WhistleblowerNovember 6, 2019 3:35 AM “I was among his inner circle.”

    How on earth do you choose your friends?

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  • This is what is called transparency https://youtu.be/TqVgdW0NSmo

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  • Oh how the DLP would love certain things they did to magically go away so the can continue to be the DAMM LYING party and continue the lies and deceit that they practiced in the their last two terms. They have learnt nothing from their 30 – 0 DEFEAT.

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  • SirSimpleSimonPresidentForLife

    @roverpNovember 7, 2019 8:59 PM “They have learnt nothing from their 30 – 0 DEFEAT.”

    AlI can say then is “hard ears you won’t hear, own way you will feel.”

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