Crypto Racism in Barbados EXPOSED

This video raised its ugly rh head in Barbados last evening.

The more discerning among us are aware racism and bigotry are unwelcome human characteristics present everywhere humans exist. We accept human beings are imperfect creatures. However, it does not mean when these unsavoury qualities show its ugly head that civil society should not promote relevant policies and other measures as requires to nurture tolerance and educate fellow citizens in the interest of growing a wholesome society.

The mouthings from the person in the video is the result of many things which Barbadians have known and been tardy to addressing over the years. Crypto racism has been discussed often enough in this forum- for years. It must be addressed in a structured way. Spouting balderdash is easy for some but it will take much more to excoriate the scourge of racism and bigotry that has metastasize over centuries.



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  • “Finally, powerful politics carefully wrapped in the global language of music worked.
    And so, on another February date, the 11th day of February 1990, the South African authorities took the first steps to accept Macmillan’s urgings to “create a society which respects the rights of individuals”. They released from prison the iconic symbol of black resistance and nationalism, Nelson Mandela.”

    with all the rhapsodizing…did Ezra bother to mention that racism, apartheid, oppression and all the evils that existed back then in South Africa, still exists there, just as it does in racist, apartheid, hypocrite Barbados..a black majority country….

    and instead of gushing shit…all of it is still to be DISMANTLED AND DESTROYED IN BOTH PLACES…so where are the solutions from the delusional.


  • WURA-War-on-U,

    This is an extraordinary two part documentary by Aljazeera.


  • Good post TLSN..just didn’t have the time before to start watching.

    maybe the black apologists for the white criminals and their crimes against African people will learn something, especially when les voleurs like france decided that they’re holding an AFRICAN SUMMIT and claiming that no African leaders are invited….while fools in Barbados are pining to have white trash racists and thieves invited into black lives..


  • We must also note that despite what the video is truthfully depicting, the black apologists and sellout limited intellect leaders will still accept white racism, miseducation, msinformation and indoctrination into black lives AND FIND AN EXCUSE TO CONTINUE…as long as it also benefits them and they can’t be held accountable….you just can’t get these brain dead negros to reject and eliminate that blight and curse they are PROUD to wallow in and drag every black person into with them, hence the reason for a RECKONING.


  • WURA-War-on-U,
    Sometimes words are not necessary.

    Barbadians are an extremely sensitive traumatised people.

    If they are happy with the status quo then who are we to judge them.

    Those who can – leave the island; those who can’t – remain on it.


  • Sometimes I wonder if it is the people, the leaders or both that brought us to where we are.

    Covid-19 seem to suggest it is both. We hear of bus crawls, lack of social distancing and rules that seem to be waived for some.

    What we have are a people that would prefer ‘to party’ at the expense of taking the life of others and a government that though knowing the correct path, seems unable to dilligently follow it.

    We have solutions but lack the will to implement them. We are now in a different weight-class.


  • “If they are happy with the status quo then who are we to judge them.”

    those are the ones who try to program other Black people into remaining or becoming the comfortably mentally enslaved too…and must BE EXPOSED…truthfully no one cares about them and their bajan conditioning if they kept it to themselves….there are Black/African people who have moved many levels above that…..because they’re willing to have a mental revolution for the survival of future Black generations..


  • Disscussion on Racism and Discrimination in Barbados on Down to Brasstacks.


  • Apparently that brasstacks discussion on racism and discriination is the talk on everyone’s lips this morning….a mental revolution can only bring positive changes…the people have to get used to having a voice and using it at all times…and don’t allow the wicked to muzzle or deter them at any time..


  • Wait until they get some REAL INFORMATION to work with later in the year…..🤣🤣

    if the inbred racists believe they got problems and are cussing now….just wait….their black enablers will have to get buckets and mops to dry the tears..


  • Happy valentines hope your significant other digs you a hole or brings you a bone or something nice, i am just gonna sit around with a bunch of negroni,s , and enjoy nascar


  • Happy Valentnes to you too…hope ya boyfriend is happy..


  • A good start by a few academics but as Peter Thompson had to interject to say, we have to lay blame where is belongs and ask Whites to fix it!


  • am so happy the conversation has finally started, the rest will follow in this cascading event…can’t let the inbred racists believe it will end anytime soon.

    “At the first glance Hedouville’s racism is not as abhorrent as that of the local whites who, when given the choice between mercy and vengeance, burnt or drowned alive their slaves who, in the early days of the revolution when it was nothing more than a slave uprising, had lacked the stomach for war and without coercion downed their arms and surrendered.

    No, Hedouville did not come guns blaring like Le Clerc. And therefore, he is the perfect example of the Asperger’s form of racism. He could function in a black society, consistently and persistently undermining black leadership at every step.”


  • Man…the inbred racists are famous Enuff..


  • ” ask Whites to fix it ”

    Bajan whites will not give up their generational wealth and power.


  • They can eat out all the generational wealth and only get more if Black people allow them, then they have no one else to blame but themselves…as for the power…that’s all in their minds..the only power they have is over the parliament rats.

    This is Bajans once a year lessons in African history..and some half-assed show on Emancipation day lacking substance….in the last 2 years alone i have learned more about our African ancestors than most people have in several hundred lifetimes, and i haven’t even started yet..


  • Had to take a break from this shit but I simply cannot allow certain stupid statements to go unanswered.

    Many of us who choose to remain on this island are not rejects who could not leave. And many of us do not envy those of you who pretend to be living perfect lives among the white men who only tolerate you, SOME OF THEM AND SOMETIMES.

    I don’t know what it is that you people are trying to prove but you do not fool me at all.

    Barbados is not a hell hole. Some of us are happy here most of the time. Some of us are not fragile or mentally enslaved and are content to work towards a change in the status quo.

    Just so you know. Now it is back to enjoying my island life!: You guys are welcome to be miserable on BU.



  • Informative race talk
    If you missed the Brass Tacks Sunday episode from February 14, on race and discrimination in Barbados, I highly recommend that you go to the and give it a listen. You will hear one of the highest level discussions on race in Barbados and race in general that you will get anywhere, albeit too short.
    I don’t know if it will interest those of you who don’t yet see how damaging our taboo against digging into the issue of race is. Nevertheless, the producers brought together a well versed and diverse panel. It was a calm discussion about a potentially explosive topic. Moderator Dr Kristina Hinds guided the conversation towards gaining clarity and understanding.
    The panel consisted of University of the West Indies Professor Aaron Kamugisha, historian, Dr Rodney Worrell, Dr Louise Roach, Ms Firhanna Bulbulia and Mr Java Sealy.
    Early o’clock the moderator received a query as to whether or not the panel included any white person. Dr Hinds didn’t immediately respond.
    She admitted feeling a little uncomfortable calling out the race of the panellists, preferring to let them do so if they wished. It was a good question though. Oftentimes discussions on race in Barbados are missing white Barbadians.
    The opening remarks from Dr Kamugisha may give us a hint as to why.
    Racist society
    Responding to the question of whether or not Barbados was a racist and discriminatory society, Dr Kamugisha didn’t hesitate.
    He was secure in his position that Barbados was an institutionally racist society due to a history of colonialism and “a project of white supremacy which has unfolded over the last 500 years”. He didn’t get a chance to go as deep into the issue as he may have liked, but, I encourage anyone interested in hearing more to check out his recently published book, Beyond Coloniality.
    The issue of white supremacy was taken up by the following panellist, Dr Worrell. The author of Pan Africanism In Barbados also highlighted the central role which Barbados
    has played in the development of racism and white supremacy globally. He was happy that the issue of racism was being discussed so openly, since the topic has been victim to what he calls a “conspiracy of silence”.
    All the participants acknowledged that race was a sensitive topic in Barbados.
    It is possible that the absence of white Barbadians from previous discussions of race may be due to that group’s heightened sensitivity to the subject. Dr Roach chose to open her comments by highlighting that there were other forms of discrimination in Barbados besides racial discrimination.
    Later in the programme she revealed to the listening audience that she, as she framed it, “happened to have white skin.”
    Moving forward
    Ms Bulbulia followed.
    Her contributions were particularly interesting to me. While Professor Kamugisha and Dr Worrell provided insight into the historical roots and development of racism in Barbados, Ms Bulbia’s contributions, while balanced and insightful as well, were deeply personal and focused on the difficulty and complexity of addressing the issue in a practical way moving forward.
    It is this kind of mature and nuanced personal perspective along with the enlightened historical awareness that the other panellists provided, that we need more of to transform Barbados.
    Mr Java Sealy’s contributions pointed towards how unconscious and unaware Barbadians can be when it comes to race and racism in Barbados. He was of the opinion that Barbadians of all races were guilty of racism.
    However, Dr Worrell entered a contrasting position. He gave a definition of racism from historian George Frederickson, which framed racism as not merely an attitude or set of beliefs but involving political and economic power, practices, institutions and structures, which set up a hierarchy of races. Under this understanding, it would be hard to claim that a black person is racist.
    The final caller, Mr Peter Lawrence, brought the
    conversation home by placing a large part of the responsibility for addressing racism/white supremacy on the shoulders of white Barbadians. This would require a far greater level of bravery, openness, honesty and comfort around the issue than is currently observed. Even among Barbadians of other races, the fundamental issue may hover around what Dr Kamugisha calls “change, consciousness and education” and the fact that “our educational systems do not prepare us to understand the society we live in”.
    This summary cannot do justice to the contributions of the panellists. Go to VOB929.
    com and listen for yourself.

    Adrian Green is a communications specialist. Email: Adriangreen14


  • I wont say the guy is racist because he called someone a nigga. Most of the time black people are their worse enemies. Take a look at any small neighborhood and you will notice how black people sit around all day and spread rumors and lies on their own color. Who do they do these things too, they own color, so I am not offended by what this guy said. They hate to see their own kind progress.


  • “Take a look at any small neighborhood and you will notice how black people sit around all day and spread rumors and lies on their own color. ”

    You lost me at that statement.


  • One does not excuse the other.


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  • History of Barbados (hidden from public view)

    Barbados was the first super successful English economy based on Indenture and slavery in the new world. The settlement and development of Barbados, all happened at the same time that England was involved in many Race Wars including two civil wars, as it began to transition from Black to Albino rule. Perhaps it was at this time, with an eye toward Barbados, that the Albino people developed their systems of lies and subterfuge regarding issues of Race.

    The history of Barbados is the perfect example of Albinos exercising their power over media and information to disseminate as history, whatever they feel shows them as the important people of the world, the powerful people, the people at the center of everything. But even more importantly, to hide the existence of the Black original settlers of Europe: they who ruled the Albinos, and now are gone from Europe, victims of expulsions and Genocide.


  • Europe was originally ruled by a black & brown royalty, but their portraits were falsified, whitened or restored.

    It was Thomas Cromwell who destroyed all evidences of Black Rule in Britain?

    Article from the Telegraph Media Group Limited 2015

    Thomas Cromwell was the Islamic State of his day: this pathologically ambitious “ruffian” sent hundreds to the chopping block and destroyed England’s religious and artistic heritage. By Dominic Selwood: 22 Jan 2015

    Main Quote: No one can be sure of the exact figure, but it is estimated that the destruction started and legalised by Cromwell amounted to 97% of the English art then in existence. Statues were hacked down. Frescoes were smashed to bits. Mosaics were pulverized. Illuminated manuscripts were shredded. Wooden carvings were burned. Precious metalwork was melted down. Shrines were reduced to rubble. This vandalism went way beyond a religious reform. It was a frenzy, obliterating the artistic patrimony of centuries of indigenous craftsmanship with an intensity of hatred for imagery and depicting the divine that has strong and resonant parallels today.

    Philippa of Hainault:

    King Edward II had decided that an alliance with Flanders would benefit England and sent Bishop Stapledon of Exeter on the Continent as an ambassador. On his journey, he crossed into the county of Hainaut to inspect the daughters of Count William of Hainaut, in order to determine which daughter would be the most suitable as an eventual bride for Prince Edward. The bishop’s report to the king as regards Philippa (who was about eight years old at that time) reads in part: “The lady ….. has not uncomely hair, betwixt blue-black and brown. Her head is clean-shaped; her forehead high and broad, and standing somewhat forward. Her face narrows between the eyes, and the lower part of her face is still more narrow and slender than the forehead. Her eyes are blackish-brown and deep. Her nose is fairly smooth and even, save that it is somewhat broad at the tip and flattened, yet it is no snub-nose. Her nostrils are also broad, her mouth fairly wide. Her lips somewhat full, and especially the lower lip. Her teeth which have fallen and grown again are white enough, but the rest are not so white. The lower teeth project a little beyond the upper; yet this is but little seen. Her ears and chin are comely enough. Her neck, shoulders, and all her body and lower limbs are reasonably well shapen; all her limbs are well set and unmaimed; and nought is amiss so far as a man may see. Moreover, she is of brown skin all over like her father; and in all things she is pleasant enough, as it seems to us.”

    Fake Portraits of Past Black Rulers

    The Albinos have created fake portraits and statues of their former Black Kings, depicting them falsely as Albinos. But sometimes, innocuous seeming remnants survived, and when they are discovered, and the Albinos cannot destroy them for one reason or another: the Albinos concoct outrageously stupid scenarios to explain their existence. Such is the case with the Barbados Penny: The Albinos want us to believe that the English would continually mint coins with the head of one of their chattel Slaves, in Kingly fashion, wearing the sacred symbol of the British People and Empire – a British crown – which one by the way, is still in the royal collection. Ridiculously they want us to believe that they would so honor their Slaves, the very same Slaves, who when they were not brutalizing or killing them, they worried that the Slaves would rise up and kill them.

    Here is an entry from the “Bolton museum and archive service” on the 1788 Barbados Penny which was minted during the rein of King George III, House of Hanover, Reign 25 October 1760 – 29 January 1820.

    Quote: This penny coin was struck in 1788 for use in Barbados and was the first coin to be used on the island. It is thought to have been privately commissioned by Sir Philip Gibbs, a local plantation owner, and is therefore considered to be a token rather than legal tender. The reverse side features an image of a pineapple. As pictured, the obverse has the profile of a black African man or woman with a crown and three plumes with the text “I SERVE” below. The African head probably represents a slave. Slaves worked the sugar plantations of the island, and these predominantly originated from Africa by this time. The crown and plumes are harder to explain. The plumes are those usually associated with the Prince of Wales, and his motto is “I serve”. This double-entendre therefore suggests the design is intended to be humorous or satirical.
    Contrary to the purpose implied by the “Bolton museum and archive service”, and ignoring Major Fred Pridmore’s conjectured writing in his book ‘The Coins of the British Commonwealth of Nations – Part 3 West Indies: The Barbados penny was not meant as a frivolous curiosity. As indicated by research done by David Vice and Published in Spink’s Numismatic Circular, November 1977: The 1792 coin was minted in England in such numbers (second minting, 40,000 ordered) that it had to be intended as legal tender, not to mention that a third minting was planned.

    Both coins were struck in England from dies engraved by John Milton. This information is obtained from the writings of the Rev. Roger Ruding who himself is quoting an ‘Extract from the late Mr Milton’s MS List of his works… .

    At the time Benjamin Franklin wrote this essay the “Swarthy” Russians
    had just been usurped, and their Great Black Czar “Peter the Great” had died 26 years before.
    … quote from “The visit of Tsar Peter the Great in 1717 according to new documents by Count of Haussonville (French)”.

    Quote: “The Czar is taller, a little bent, and his head is bent over the ordinary. He is black and has something fierce in his face. He appears to be quick-witted and easy-going, with a kind of greatness in manners, but little sustained. He is melancholy and absent-minded, though approachable and often familiar. It is said that he is sturdy and capable of body and mind work.”

    Of course all the Worlds Rulers were originally Black, and it stayed that way until Albinos usurped power and took over the World. Not content with just the military power, out of pure evil, they decided to kill as many Blacks as they could, and then write Blacks Out-of-History.

    Jacobite Rebellions:

    The Jacobite Risings were a series of uprisings, rebellions, and wars in Great Britain and Ireland occurring between 1688 and 1746. The uprisings were aimed at returning James VII of Scotland and II of England (the second son of Charles I), and later his descendants of the Black House of Stuart, to the British throne after he was deposed by Parliament during the Revolution of 1688. The series of conflicts takes its name from Jacobitism, from Jacobus, the Latin form of James.

    Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild – Volume 1 – Jacobite Rebellion Ships
    Between 1650 and 1775, many thousands of Scots were banished to the American colonies for political, religious, or criminal offenses. Following the English Civil War, Cromwell transported thousands of Scots soldiers to Virginia, New England and the West Indies. An additional 1700 Scots were expelled as enemies of the state after the Covenanter Risings and 1600 men, women and children were banished as a result of the Jacobite Rebellions of 1715 and 1745. A directory of Scots banished to the American plantations is available at Genealogical Publishing Company. Mr. Dobson, author, provides a list of these banished Scots who are the ancestors of thousands of Americans living today. (These people were of course mostly Black Europeans rebelling against the Albinos usurpation of power.

    Black Britain:

    At the end of the “The Hundred Years” War (1337 to 1453), Black France, which had produced the Normans and the ancestors of Charlemagne, the First Holy Roman Emperor.

    The result: 50% of the population killed.

    At the end of the “Thirty Years Wars” (1618–1648), which involved The Emperor of the Black Holy Roman Empire and his allies: The Papal armies, Spain, Poland, Bavaria: Against the insurgent Albino forces from: France (now under Albino control), England, Russia, the Dutch, Sweden, Transylvania, Hesse-Kassel, and the Palatinate (Please remember this name). Saxony, Brandenburg, and Denmark – switched alliances.

    The result: 40% of the population killed.

    At the end of the “English Civil Wars” (1642–51) which pitted Black Britons against Albino Britons.

    The result: England suffered a 3.7% loss of population, Scotland a loss of 6%, Ireland loss 41% of its population.

    The “Glorious Revolution” (1688) which pitted Albino Dutch and British against Black British.

    The “Jacobite Wars” (1688 – 1746) which pitted Albino British against Black British who wanted the return of a Black monarchy (the House of stuart).

    The result: Unknown number killed.

    Note; Scotland had become a center of Black power – while the loss of 6% of it population is terrible, it pales when compared to what happened in Ireland (41%). That would soon be remedied.


    The Jacobite Risings brought repeated British government efforts to curb the Scottish clans, culminating after the 1746 Battle of Culloden with brutal repression. The Act of Proscription of 1746 incorporating the Dress Act required all swords to be surrendered to the government and prohibited the wearing of tartans or kilts. The Tenures Abolition Act 1660 ended the feudal bond of military service and the Heritable Jurisdictions Act removed the virtually sovereign power the chiefs held over their clan. The Disarming Act of 1746 and the Clan Act made ineffectual attempts to subdue the Scottish Highlands, and eventually troops were sent in. Government garrisons were built or extended in the Great Glen at Fort William, Kiliwhimin (later renamed Fort Augustus) and Fort George, Inverness, as well as barracks at Ruthven, Bernera and Inversnaid, linked to the south by the Wade roads (constructed for Major-General George Wade). These had the effect of limiting organizational travel and choking off news and further isolated the clans. Nevertheless, conditions remained unsettled for the whole decade.

    The Lowland Clearances in Scotland – Were forced displacements of the population of the Scottish Lowlands begun in the mid 1700s. As a result, between 1760 and 1830, many tens of thousands of Lowland Scots emigrated, taking advantage of the many new opportunities offered in Canada and the United States after 1776 to own and farm their own land. Others chose to remain, either by choice, out of an inability to secure transatlantic passage, or because of obligations in Scotland.

    The Highland Clearances were forced displacements of the population of the Scottish Highlands during the 1700s and 1800s. They led to mass emigration to the sea coast, the Scottish Lowlands, and the North American colonies.


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