Donville Inniss’ File Missing from Mottley’s Red Bag

BREAKING: Alex Tasker ordered extradited https://www.nationnews.com/2021/09/08/breaking-alex-tasker-ordered-extradited/

 


It is also a different version of how the story got out than what our own Attorney-General said last Thursday after the verdict was handed down. He said: “It is significant that the conviction came about because individuals who had knowledge of the events were prepared to speak out and to give evidence about wrongdoing.” The AG added: “This is something that is required at all levels in Barbados’ society whether dealing with the scourge of corruption or the scourge of gun violence.

Donville Inniss Case Points to Endemic Corruption in Barbados

The traditional media is off and running with the big headlines about the sentence federal District Court Judge Kiyo Matsumoto is scheduled to deliver today in New York in the Donville Inniss matter. It is the story traditional media will have a healthy appetite for because of flagging circulation.

Mia’s Red Bag has come up empty so far

 

The concern of the blogmaster confirmed in the deliberations during the Donville Inniss trial is the strong inference there is pervasive corrupt behaviour in the way business is conducted by some PUBLIC and PRIVATE officials in Barbados. Successive governments over the years have paid lip service to unearthing and punishing corruption even in the face of obvious indications of wrong doing. The Mia Mottley government is better placed than her predecessors given the unprecedented mandate handed to her government to do something about it. It is no secret however to those in the know that Donville and Mia are bosom buddies.

The following is a blog repost from January 20, 2020 which captures key concerns by the blogmaster, the late journalist Patrick Hoyos and the BU family.


Donville Inniss Case Points to Endemic Corruption in Barbados

The blogmaster found the Patrick Hoyos article to be – without prolix – a good summary of the Donville Inniss matter. Especially as it pertains to the inference other payments were made to Donville Inniss and that bribery by elected officials was commonplace in Barbados. Although we have the Attorney General et al saying that local laws would not have permitted prosecution of Inniss this position was challenged during the Inniss trial.

The blogmaster’s wish is that we have a dispassionate debate in Barbados and a call to action by our officials regarding the honest prosecution of public officials. It is ironic former Speaker of the House MICHAEL CARRINGTON and Adriel Brathwaite, former Attorney General showed support for Inniss by attending the trial in New York. CARRINGTON’s legacy will be that a High Court judge had to issue a court order for him to release monies due his client 70+ John Griffiths, the blogmaster will remember Brathwiate for promising to report to parliament the status of Mia Mottley’s qualification (LEC) to practice before the Courts of Barbados. He never did.

The time has come to arrest the moral and ethical rot- add criminal. We have started to experience the negative fallout of pushing our heads in the sand.

Time for the authorities to do a job.

Time for the Prime Minister, Attorney General and stakeholders to lead the charge.

Importantly, time for John Citizens to hold officials accountable.

Read full text of BU blog https://barbadosunderground.net/2020/01/24/donville-inniss-case-points-to-endemic-corruption-in-barbados/

816 comments

  • Where is Gline Clarke
    He was offered a top post as one of becoming a diplomat in Canada
    Today in the press he says he can’t get a flight to Canada to take up the position

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    Yall should hear all about the Liz UN performance, people are still STUNNED after what she did and now HEARING the real TRUTH about what they all do related to human rights violations, thefts, corruption in and coming out of Barbados, but don’t expect any remorse, they none of them have any shame, respect, loyalty or honor for anyone except for who BRIBE THEM ALL.

    the Fowl Slave will come back again, was waiting for one of them to come up with their usual wicked stupidity to blast off on them and they did not disappoint. Liz can thank them, she better watch how she is talking shite to yardfowls and winding them up and loosing them on the blog….people know a whole lot more than she think they do…so come back soon.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    And Liz not only KNOW that they also violate and break local laws AND international laws along with human rights laws, YET she still went up to the UN and LIED,,

    ,not once did she ever mention the torture of African children, the violation of and refusal to recognize the San Jose Charter on the Rights of the Elderly Latin America and the Caribbean to which the island is signatory, and where they wantonly STEAL ESTATES from the elderly and REFUSE to expedite any and all cases so there are no protracted decades long wait and delays.

    never once did she mention the drugs and guns freely imported into the island by minorities, never once did she mention the thefts from country and people or the RACISM, DISCRIMINATION or DISENFRANCHISEMENT practices against the majority population who look like her..

    .she knows all of that because she is part of the cabal since she never once REPORTED ANY OF THEM, herself included, for these crimes and injustices….and if she had even a little bit of a social conscience and mentioned any of the above, i would have heard about…

    ah heard what she mentioned though, and it all had to do with the PROTECTION OF CORRUPTION…because that is what they do, protect the criminality against those who look like them.

    ah guess the Fowl did not know that Liz is a hot topic.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    We have come to recognize that when they get these overseas diplomatic posts, it’s not to advance the population or make the social environment better, but to COVER UP their crimes and MONITOR how much outside agencies KNOW about what they do to the people on the island….they all need monitoring when they are in other countries PRETENDING and putting on FRAUD shows.

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  • angela cox, where is gline clarke?

    He ain’t going to Canada and not the same place Donville Inniss going to spend some time?

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  • Woke up this morning to two T&T voices ringing in my ears.

    Topic: Donville Inniss
    Good news: Barbados not as corrupt as Trinidad.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    Trinidad don’t PRETEND they are not corrupt and human rights violating, Barbados does…and that’s the whole problem, they don’t want to face/confront their weaknesses and make the appropriate changes, there ain’t no bribes in that..

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    A friend posted that Barbados should adopt the stance of a Croatia whose leader:

    took back and sold 35 mercedes from ministers and put the proceeds in the treasury etc,

    refused to borrow from the world bank,

    sold the private presidential plane,

    refused to sell and allocate strategic public sector institutions,

    reduced her salary to 30% to be equal to average salaries of the general public;

    cancelled allowances and stimulus of ministers and diplomatic corp;

    shrunk embassies, consulates and representatives of their country abroad to reduce excessive currency and provide hard currency;

    whenever you travel on outdoor duties, you book on normal flights;

    taxes cancelled on low income;

    #1 fought CORRUPTION in ALL circles of the state; A REAL LEADER…

    DLP took a measly badminded 5% salary cut and we had to hear from them with their 19 properties and over, and million dollar bank accounts how hard it is and “they got bills to pay” and they restored the measly 5% to themselves although the economy never fully recovered from their scams/corruption with minorities….wuh Mia said so.

    so i said to him, good luck on getting that one in your area…then he went south…and in error declared, wuh it happens everywhere…then i told him that excuse is old, tired and needs to be retired….because am yet to hear that corruption in Germany negatively impacts anyone living in Christ Church, unless he knows something i don’t know….likewise, corruption in US, UK, Canada etc could NEVER impact the lives of anyone living in Barbados….am yet to hear back from him on that topic, still laughing.

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  • Miller
    Now you have shifted from accusing me of suggesting a JV to saying all that was needed was TP approval. Talk about false equivalence. Not to mention um is the powers that be who made the statement about TP approval in the media. You and your fellow “party” members in the BU Parliament display traits eerily similar to those you so often attribute to the parliamentarians in the other place. Tell lies, support liars to preserve the “party” and seek to discredit those not in agreement with you. I never professed to be an expert but my “expertise” (according to you) seems to trouble you. Green does not look good on you. In contrast, your oft exhibited expertise in verbosity and vacillating does not bother me the least. I just enjoy posting facts and mincing wunna and watch wunna bend and twist to respond. Keep pelting, this tree is a perennial.

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  • TheOGazerts May 5, 2021 8:13 AM Woke up this morning to two T&T voices ringing in my ears. Topic: Donville Inniss
    Good news: Barbados not as corrupt as Trinidad.

    Accurate Theo, but unfortunately, that is just like saying that the stovetop is not as hot as the oven.

    We all know T&T’s reputation, quite justified.

    How the racetrack get build again? How bout the airport?

    Wuh loss… is dat money in Flawida?

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    Miller….looks like the “perennial tree” sucked up too much negative energy and LIES from corrupt government ministers and former diplomats, did not know who knew what, made a fool of themselves and is now exhausted.

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  • How come Gline Clarke a “diplomat”in the making a former parliamentarian can’t get a flight from Barbados to Canada
    I suggest he uses goggle to find a flight to Canada and stop hiding behind Covid to find a excuse and expose his dam lies

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  • WARU,

    but you are right on the containers. One man could bring in a container of chocolate, would have to fill out nine hundred forms, have sixteen people check it eight times each.

    Then have to pay 300% duty. And wait for them to offload it in six months.

    But some people can bring in other stuff, no problem, and it goes through. And if they get caught…the case seems to disappear into the ethers. We both know the case that you refer to. Everyone does. They just keep their mouths shut in fear of the wrong person hearing.

    Yet yuh wanna send a man to prison for stealing a hand of bananas or something so?

    Stupse.

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  • “But some people can bring in other stuff, no problem, and it goes through. ”

    it even came to light recently that some minorities are import tax exempt from the legal imports so their businesses can prosper….their illegal shipments only require paying bribes,,,,,and all is good..

    .the majority can never get that level of relief for legal imports……both governments impose inequality and don’t even care..

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  • Here is a link for Gline Clarke to get a flight ASAP from Barbados to Canada
    Old man yuh need to stop telling lies

    https://www.aircanada.com/en-ca/flights-from-barbados-to-canada

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  • NorthernObserver

    @enuff
    You posed a question, to which I had no answer, not being a lawyer. So I contacted one.
    I was told the acid test was ” the land must be needed for a clear public purpose”. So knowing that gov’t officials often use “clear” where I see no clarity, I dug deeper. I gave the Barbadian example without identifiers. The response I got was “how could that be public purpose?”. So I mentioned policy related to regeneration. I was told unless the ‘public’ owned the purpose of the property, how could private developers property be deemed ‘public purpose’. That all developments are done within ‘ public policy’.
    So I ask about the legal/illegal nature of expropriation for transfer to a private entity. The response was it would never happen as it would never stand up in a court.
    I was also aware of certain lands which said lawyer had involvement (on behalf of gov’t) and was told said land had not been acquired via expropriation, but the environmentally affected land had been seized for non payment of taxes and failure to comply with court stipulated remediation orders.
    So my personal conclusion (a non legal one) is in B’dos this boils down to how the court interprets ‘public purpose’.

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  • NorthernObserver

    @ac et al
    My boss, who uses FB, tells me there is a Cdn in B’dos page, which details the trials and tribulations of a) getting out of Bim b) managing border crossings and quarantine requirements.
    If I were him, I would stay put.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    Miller…how much longer the fowl Slave is going to continue to embarrass itself on the blog is left to be seen.

    “So I mentioned policy related to regeneration. I was told unless the ‘public’ owned the purpose of the property, how could private developers property be deemed ‘public purpose’. That all developments are done within ‘ public policy’.

    “So I ask about the legal/illegal nature of expropriation for transfer to a private entity. The response was it would never happen as it would never stand up in a court.”

    yardfowls.fowl Slaves/Gatekeepers ARE FRAUDS…as we keep saying over and over…..and just as CORRUPT as those in the judiciary who SPEEDILY hand down decisions to TIEF people’s properties/land/estates under the guise of imminent domain and in collusion with government…..that’s the only time they move post-haste….rush and hurry, hot and sweaty TO TIEF..

    .oh and Liz Thompson did not so much as mention the human rights violating judiciary in Barbados…. as the island’s representative to the UN,…she said NOT A WORD about international law violations and that they refuse to acknowledge treaties, charters and laws related to human rights to which they are signatory….they do not, as we see with Donville, recognize their local laws or the constitution…they just make everything up to mesh with the crimes they are committing to protect corrupt activities and define ILLEGAL ACTIONS as legal.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    Everyone on the island has ALWAYS been at HIGH risk of losing properties under this wicked system they created from the 1950s and 60s. those in the parliament, bar association and judiciary did that….. and people have been CRYING OUT against this for DECADES while evil yardfowls and others told them they lied.

    ,,..hope they all lose properties going forward, then they will know and care about their own losses, but had no empathy for those thousands and thousands of people who lost properties/estates/inheritances in the same manner…

    ..what goes around come around even harder…

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  • NorthernObserver

    @WW&C
    Comments were Specific to Canadian law. They were not to address Barbadian law.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    It does not matter NO ….we have been saying for YEARS that the land grabs they have used the supreme court to conduct on the island ARE ALL ILLEGAL….

    i know the idiot Slave was comparing Canada to Barbados as they love to do, i have been watching…..

    but none of that changes the fact that they take pride in FORGING wills and probate documents to steal properties, huge estates, from all and sundry or just grab the land ILLEGALLY …terrorize the people if they try to fight BACK, they go so far as to set up people for prison inside and outside of Barbados, to get their criminal way…..and the people lose everything…..they even have the audacity to call stolen land, crown land, that’s why people always thought they were stealing the land and estates on behalf of UK…

    this did not start yesterday, the Slave figured if the crooks can do it in Barbados, then it must be legal in Canada and everywhere else, that is how the backward think.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    Don’t forget, every time you mention something corrupt they do on the island and it’s illegal, their mantra is, “it happens everywhere.”

    that’s how it. the Slave, TIED UP ITSELF this time..

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    Nothing much will change as long as those SLAVE CODES and SLAVE LAWS remain on the statue books…where THEY ARE RIGHT NOW.

    they have no shame….none of the frauds in the parliament.

    it suits their small island, small negro mentality just fine to misuse laws that should be CRIMINALIZED… to promote narrow agendas…and pretend they are better than those who elected them…..keeping generations of Africans in BONDAGE through archaic laws still on the statute books which they REFUSE TO REMOVE.

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  • NorthernObserver

    That is not accurate. The question pertained specifically to Canada, and comments I made relative to situations in Toronto and Vancouver.

    Personally, I remain opposed to gov’t expropriation of property for transfer to a private party. I cannot see how it falls under “public purpose”, if the public doesn’t own it. The benefits become no greater or less than any development, in any area where said development complies with the TC&P requirements.

    “The government cannot take land as a punishment to the owner or on other political, unreasonable or capricious grounds.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    am only using your post as a prop..it fit right into what i am saying….don’t take it personal, i know exactly what i want to convey….the Slave gave me an opportunity and i fully intend to use it.

    but you are saying, how they misappropriated the land in the maloney case, is considered ILLEGAL in Canada…but the Slave would still not consider how it was done in Barbados as illegal…don’t lose the thread….

    the yardfowls and those who know no better will tell you it happens everywhere……and i keep telling them that i don’t care what happens everywhere, the way they do it in Barbados is ILLEGAL and negatively IMPACTS generations of people WHO LIVE IN BARBADOS..

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    In saying that, Ram got what she deserves, don’t make what they did to that property right or legal but i spoke to a family member of theirs in Trinidad some time ago, that would be the husband’s family, and he said the ones in Barbados allegedly STOLE tons of property in Barbados from blood relatives in Trinidad..

    …so there is much, much more to the Ram saga and am sure the government knows the WHOLE STORY… …they would be neck-deep involved…parliament is a REVOLVING DOOR for DBLP.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    These are some evil subhuman, if they feel you are going to win a case against them in court, they will set you up…they are determined that the African population must see no justice on the island…,,and everyone is subordinate to them, that’s why nothing of significance ever gets done and everything is unsustainable…it’s not just about one issue, these slime on legs believe themselves to be slave masters…

    and whomever they target must also willingly comply…but their turn is here.

    as has been posted on here ad nauseum, tons of people lost properties over generations on the island ILLEGALLY..am not speaking of Canadian laws…,,,many know it’s true and CHOOSE not to believe, lost in their la la land… but they may be next.

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  • NorthernObserverMay 5, 2021 1:10 PM

    @ac et al
    My boss, who uses FB, tells me there is a Cdn in B’dos page, which details the trials and tribulations of a) getting out of Bim b) managing border crossings and quarantine requirements.
    If I were him, I would stay put.

    xxxccccc

    But he supposed to having a high ranking job and certain privileges would be allowed to him getting a flight
    The story about him not getting a flight is bogus and also it attaches itself to a story covered in lies and suspicion

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  • @ac
    I think I told you that I like you.
    Mariposa enters the stable sees a horse and mounts it.
    Alive or dead, she is able to do a few laps on the pages of BU.
    The blind squirrel that finds a nut every now and then.
    watching you ride is a joy.
    You go girl.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    Dear all those who believe everyone is subordinate to them:

    ya gotta climb down off ya stage and come BEGGING for votes in 2023, slithering around everywhere in ya snake skin….and guess who is patiently waiting for yall…just about everyone.

    best regards,

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  • @ David

    It looks like WARU got your files. I can’t understand why you does allow her to BORE EVERY BLOG by REPEATING THE SAME shite EVERYDAY.

    The thing is to scroll pass her posts means scrolling pass 6 or 7 post at a time.

    She does just take the life out of Barbados Underground.

    Man, we could do better than this.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    Wuhloss…a fowl Slave got their knickers in a twist…..yall still gotta slither around in ya snake skins come 2023 BEGGING FOR VOTES…

    and yall should tell the Blogmaster what kinda files YALL GOT ON HIM….don’t you dare try to turn that shit on me…

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  • Use the scroll feature, the blogmaster loves it.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    Yall should tell Blogmaster just how much money yall spent getting that file on him when ya were trying to shut down the blog…that’s a good starting point.

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  • David BU Frank is right.I do not know why you allow in my view this mad ass bitch Waru to troll this blog everyday talking the same shite .Everyday thiefing lawyers, politicians, africa this africa that blah blah blah.As he stated if you have 100 replies over 50 are hers and damn boring.Very few bloggers respond to her nonsense but she does not seem to get it.She needs a vacation for about three years to get a life.Waru should go live in Africa give us all a break.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    Don’t you think the PEOPLE are TIRED of your CORRUPTION, THEFTS against themselves their children, grand children and now their GREAT GRANDCHILDREN…..YOU DON’T EVEN HAVE A CODING SCHOOL…you have NOTHING to advance the population or future generations outside of RACIST MINORITIES with their slave master mentalities…..

    all we ever hear about is prostituting, human trafficking PEDOPHILIA tourism, that in NO WAY benefit the majority population….the people CANNOT EVEN ACCESS a decent salary and in many cases get NO SALARY AT ALL…don’t you think EVERYONE IS TIRED…

    yet you got talk for me, WRONG PERSON…

    what use are any of you…to anyone of African descent…yet Mia run into Africa opening this and that mission, consulate, embassy…..FOR WHAT PURPOSE?..

    ya think ya carrying slave society there….they HAVE MORE THAN ENUFF PROBLEMS……and the land scams that yall are SO FAMOUS FOR…they have been warned about…

    people WANT YOU GONE..

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    Am SO GLAD, PLT removed himself out of ya fraudulent TOXIC ORBIT..

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  • Track ‘political’ cash
    ONE WEEK AGO there was a veil over Barbados as many were on edge as to the fate which would befall former Cabinet minister Donville Inniss, who was facing sentence before a United States federal court.
    A two-year sentence was a catastrophic fall from grace for a man once viewed as a flamboyant politician with a bright future.
    Inniss is no rookie politician and getting entangled in money laundering was injudicious from the outset.
    His conviction has stained the Democratic Labour Party, which he served as a high-ranking official; his family and friends; and, most importantly, Barbados’ reputation. The country should expect to drop a few notches in Transparency International’s perception of corruption next listing, and also attract the wrong type of attention from various international agencies.
    By his actions, Inniss has succeeded in further undermining some people’s already fragile trust in politicians, and brought hurt and disappointment to many Barbadians regardless of political persuasion.
    This is not a time for speculation about the sentence imposed, whether he had the best legal team or whether he is a fall guy.
    These are immaterial assumptions at this stage since Inniss went through the judicial process, was found guilty and received a sentence that is not a mere slap on the wrist.
    Inniss is remorseful based on his comments at his sentencing when he spoke of a “deep and sincere apology” for the pain, suffering and embarrassment caused by his impropriety. We commiserate with him on his tribulation.
    We doubt he will offend again since being found guilty and facing time behind bars should be a deterrent from following a path of wrongdoing, regardless of the anecdotal evidence that his actions followed any entrenched practice and the tradition of people in public office in Barbados.
    Out of bad should come good. His punishment is a warning to other elected officials, public officials and those in
    the private sector that they cannot use their office for personal gain. It should also push the ruling Barbados Labour Party to deliver on its promise of enacting meaningful integrity in public life legislation before the Parliament rises.
    The cancer of corruption in Barbados is with funding of election campaigns and the lack of public accountability of political parties.
    Until political parties are registered and audited by independent auditors and there is an account for all the donations, the problems of “dirty money” will continue.
    Provision must be made to follow the money. This requires openness and transparency.
    So while whistle-blower legislation is an adjunct to integrity laws, these efforts will be useless without freedom of information legislation which allows for public scrutiny of all Government departments, agencies and statutory corporations.
    The laws will also be deficient if private contractors and other providers of services to the state and political parties escape being examined.
    The veil is gone and the curtains have been pulled aside. What is inside may not be totally shocking, but it does not look good.
    The cancer of corruption in
    Barbados is with funding of election campaigns and the lack of public accountability of political parties.

    Source: Nation

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  • NO
    And I posted two cases-UK and Antigua, where the laws are similar to Bdos, and the highest Court determined acquisition of private land to facilitate private development as part of regeneration constituted public good. Different strokes for different folks.

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  • @ Lorenzo

    The idiot believes that if you criticize her methods, it means you are a BLP member or a minister of government.

    I read where somebody said quantity don’t always equals to quality.

    She was POSTING the SAME DAMN THING, OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER, since 3:28 AM. That is, since TWENTY-EIGHT MINUTES PASS 3 ‘O CLOCK AM THIS MORNING.

    NOTHING NEW, yuh know. Just the same thing yuh read pun all the other blogs.

    IT IS BORING.

    She needs to get LIFE beyond the computer. This woman like she ain’t got no household chores to do, but does spend the WHOLE DAY on BU.

    Lorenzo, yuh know what duz mek me laugh? Let somebody come here and say they heard XYZ. She going to come out and said she heard so weeks ago. Or, if somebody said A happen at B, she either have a sister, brother, aunt, uncle, cousin, friend that working there, that told her so months ago. Don’t care what the topic about, somebody does tell her in advance long before we hear bout it. Just like how she say people in St. Thomas tell her that Rolerick Hinds is the representative for St. Thomas.

    Somebody talk bout St. Vincent and all of a sudden she know everything about there because her maternal grand mother is Vincentian. They talk about St. Lucia, she know there and more because her paternal grand mother is St. Lucian. Talk bout Antigua, she know bout it because she worked there.

    Don’t care what island you talk about, she either lived there or have some family member from there. I remember a time back she said she had a cousin or niece or somebody that get back 25 or 30 CXC subjects, when that is a lot more than what CXC offers, even when you add in CAPE.

    THE WOMAN COULD TELL LIES???

    You know now that she going to BORE the blog by responding to you and me for the balance of the evening?

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    right…i got my point across…yall are now a hot topic IN AFRICA…too…where Mia set up consulate, embassy and mission…..PURE CORRUPTION……every evil thing you do is PUBLIC and yall still want to deny, deny, deny….ya need isolating…YOU ARE PARIAHS..

    “The country should expect to drop a few notches in Transparency International’s perception of corruption next listing, and also attract the wrong type of attention from various international agencies.”

    a former diplomat told me YEARS AGO…they LIE TO transparency international EVERY YEAR anyway….now the agency knows they LIE…

    “The cancer of corruption in Barbados is with funding of election campaigns and the lack of public accountability of political parties.”

    read it TWICE it may sink into the holes-filled heads of fowl Slaves…

    keep trying to make this about me….not a fella can’t lock me up for money laundering, tiefing from the elderly and their beneficiaries. violating international law and blaming the thefts on UK..

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  • 😁25 to 30 CXC subjects, all at Grade 1 and in one sitting.
    Jesus, I feel like an underachiever. 😀

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  • “Miller…how much longer the fowl Slave is going to continue to embarrass itself on the blog is left to be seen.”

    WURA de Salemite
    I don’t think anyone that claims the enslaved laid pipes in Barbados in the early 1850’s should talk about another embarrassing him/her/theyself on BU. What is even more hilarious is that I supported my position with the link to a WHOLE High Court decision clearly demonstrating my argument to be true. Had you read to understand rather than to respond, your response would have been at least semi-sensible.
    Liz was all over tv talkin bout “suh-cum” to the amusement of many Bajans and in that spirit I used it in a post and you automatically connecting me the woman. You real igrunt yuh.🤣🤣🤣

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  • Was Donville caught because he is not a trained crook (lawyer)?

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  • I don’t support blocking WURA de Salemite as it is “pellucidly clear” (to quote the late PM Arthur) that the lady depends on this blog to fufill many of those human needs identified by Maslow.

    P.S: She will accuse me of having a seance with Owen.😭

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  • NorthernObserver

    @enuff
    I accept your cases. Though ” public good” and “public purpose” are not the same thing? Hence why I began this topic this time with the observation ” public good can be whatever you choose”.
    As an estate executor I was introduced to some Bahamian corporate practices, which were outright theft. Their lawyers are magicians who can reincarnate companies and assign ownership, in a manner I have never witnessed anywhere else. Caveat Emptor? Things are different there. The cost to fight them in court wasn’t worth it.
    Had that land been owned by the Goddard’s or Williams, no way expropriation would have happened? Political pressure may have been applied to get a deal done between developer and land owner, but no expropriation. Public good or no public good.
    The bottom line is the developers fucked up. They could have likely bought that land long ago, esp when the D’s were in power. The Rams may have been more agreeable. But once Hyatt was announced, that land value rose?
    The D’s lost. Then they switched from Centric to Ziva, and the footprint changed. Why they didn’t go after the abutting land on the other side? It wasn’t as deep or to expropriate that would have been “politically undesirable”?
    To me, still an unfortunate scar on Barbados. A hatchet job. It would impress some of my mob friends.

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  • Globe Clarke the spotlight is on you
    Uh said that a good paying job awaits u in Canada as a diplomatic
    But yuh can’t find or get a flight
    A year has gone by and yuh cant find a fight to get out of Barbados
    Last I check Mia had the airport open
    Stop telling lies no wonder them treat u like the boy in the yard

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  • Not only my one looking for Gline Clarke
    So embarrassing

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    #BTColumn – Apparitions: Where is Gline Clarke? – by Barbados Today Traffic May 1, 2021
    Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by this author are their own and do not represent the official position of the Barbados Today Inc.

    by Guy Hewitt

    I was contacted by a fellow citizen suggesting that she recently saw Gline Clarke in the vicinity of St. George Parish Church. I advised that it must be an apparition as our High Commissioner to Canada must be hard at work in Ottawa. How wrong I was.

    When I perused the Government of Canada’s website on Foreign Representatives in Canada: Heads of Missions, I was shocked and dismayed to discover that Barbados has no representative listed, not even a chargé d’affaires.

    I could not conceive that Canada, one of our strongest and most strategic trading partners, would be snubbed diplomatically by Barbados. But then again, we are sending a boy to do a man’s job elsewhere.

    I raise this not just as another concerned citizen but also out of the mandate given to each Barbadian by PM Mottley when she said: “Gimme de vote and watch muh.” So said so done; we are scrutinising. Recently a member of the Senate sought to enquire as to my qualifications to question the Government.

    Therefore, for purposes of elucidation, I share my Twitter profile: Child of God, husband, father, friend, social development specialist, West Indian, Anglican priest and former Ambassador. While it may be a challenge to some in the current Administration, I can walk and chew gum at the same time.

    What was the rush to recall Reginald Farley and leave Ottawa unattended? There was no urgency to remove Sir Richard Cheltenham as President of the Senate. He could easily have served in that role along with his brother Chief Justice Patterson Cheltenham, just as brothers Jack and Robert Kennedy did in the US and David and Ed Miliband did in the United Kingdom. Perhaps there was more in the mortar than the pestle.

    So why is High Commissioner Clarke here? This question is of particular concern at a time when Barbados faces its most severe recession, and Barbadians face the highest levels of unemployment and financial uncertainty. At this time of fiscal crisis, with the already ‘ginormous’ size of the Cabinet of Barbados (or better yet a wardrobe), and a ‘bariffle’ of economic advisors, how do we justify possibly having more ambassadors on payroll in Barbados than working abroad?

    So why is High Commissioner Clarke here? It shouldn’t be insufficient time for him to relocate, as we were told in September that he would be resigning from Parliament on September 30 to take up the post of Barbados’ High Commissioner to Canada. Nearly eight months later he is still in Barbados, presumably on payroll. My paid orientation before deployment was one month.

    So why is High Commissioner Clarke here? It shouldn’t be that he couldn’t travel? We all saw the reports of Pierre Arcand, Member of the National Assembly of Quebec, holidaying in Barbados for New Years. We know the Government of Canada only suspend all flights to and from the Caribbean on January 31. Further, flights have been operating through Miami to the greater US and Canada.

    So why is High Commissioner Clarke here? It shouldn’t be that he is having second thoughts about giving up his Canadian Citizenship as PM Mottley assured us that he agreed to renounce this. Perhaps he appreciates the real cost of surrendering it particularly Canada’s health insurance card, especially given the emerging challenges at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

    For those who wonder how I didn’t encounter similar problems as Barbados’ first London-born high commissioner to the UK, my being ‘London-born’ was of significance. Having being born in the UK, I took no oath of alliance. To become a Canadian citizen you must swear an oath that you “will be faithful and bear true allegiance” to Canada and “fulfil duties as a Canadian citizen.”

    So why is High Commissioner Clarke here? Perhaps of greater relevance to his being a Canadian citizen is that under the Constitution of Barbados on Disqualifications for membership of Assembly, Section 44. (1) a) stated up to 2018 that: “No person shall be qualified to be elected as a member of the House of Assembly who is, by virtue of his own act, under any acknowledgement of allegiance, obedience or adherence to a foreign Power or State…”

    The Clerk of Parliament would need to confirm whether the Constitution was breached, which should be of interest not only to all concerned citizens but I presume Canada as well. Perhaps the Minister of Foreign Affairs can shed light on High Commissioner Clarke’s situation.

    To all those who have reached out to me, I thank you for your support. As Barack Obama assured us, “In the face of impossible odds, people who love this country can change it.” May God continue to be our people’s guide.

    Guy Hewitt is committed to Barbados. He resides in Florida.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    the Slaves are crying and don’t even know who is watching them….😎

    “…As an estate executor I was introduced to some Bahamian corporate practices, which were outright theft. Their lawyers are magicians who can reincarnate companies and assign ownership, in a manner I have never witnessed anywhere else.”

    it’s the same thing in Barbados….elevated to several very dangerous levels…..and they CANNOT run away from it….it will follow them into 2023 and BEYOND.

    all the yardfowls/Slaves can do now is cry several very long rivers, like someone cares, yall are now well known across continents, and EVERYONE will be on the LOOKOUT FOR YOU…keep trying to make it about me, the job is done.

    people got their FUTURE generations to look out for and not some old blighted neggas in a corrupt parliament, judiciary and bar association.

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  • Gline Clarke u are a bone headed liar
    All knew that your receiving an hig powered post in Canada was a gimmick
    Mia used you and discarded you
    Now you facing the public to tell a bold faced lie
    Shame on you boy in the yard

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    Instead of worrying about someone getting blocked on a blog, yall should BE MORE worried about where the CORRUPT will be BLOCKED FROM….

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    Bonne soire…..ya got something to think about, don’t hurt ya heads..

    i will sleep well tonight.

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  • Mia must have thought that by now the people of Barbados would have forgotten about Gline Clarke holding a position as a diplomatic
    No No
    Some one open the spiket and truth fell out
    The man in the yard Gline Clarke now has to buried his head in shame for placing cover-up stories in the media aka as fake news
    Gline Clarke u have been busted
    Not everyone canplay cricket and fuh sure u can’t even hold a bat

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  • I like two pieces from Guy’s article
    (1)Recently a member of the Senate sought to enquire as to my qualifications to question the Government.

    Therefore, for purposes of elucidation, I share my Twitter profile: Child of God, husband, father, friend, social development specialist, West Indian, Anglican priest and former Ambassador. While it may be a challenge to some in the current Administration, I can walk and chew gum at the same time.

    (2) His repeat of the question “So why is High Commissioner Clarke here?”

    Well written. Easy to understand. No insertion of irrelevant and pseudo constitutional law references. I will put him in the same class as Ralph Jemmott.

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  • Gline Clarke has been cleaned bowled
    Lbw
    What a fool

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  • NO
    I don’t know why they didn’t go after the Boatyard, you’d have to ask the parties involved; but if I were (Dompey the mock grammar police rest me) to guess I’d say–size/unsuitability. May I remind you, though, that Ram’s pen is fetching over 100% uplift on the value the owner deemed was an over-valuation on the tax bill? Am I missing something? You contest the valuation for yeeears, now it suits you it is worth 8 times what you recently argued was an over-valuation? Man the government right like RH!

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  • NorthernObserver

    @enuff
    I never suggested the Rams were being cheated? Inside they may even be pleased. When you play as they do, sooner or later you’ll get caught. Which is why there was minimal public outcry. Let’s hope the next similar expropriation, it is now precedent, doesn’t find a friend in the line of fire!!
    Lowering oneself to standards set by others isn’t always a good thing.

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  • TheOGazerts May 5, 2021 8:14 PM

    Yes, it was well written. There is little doubt that Hewitt has his eyes on the leadership of the DLP and future PM intentions.

    Not sure how that will mesh with Inniss’s probable plans of return and re-entry to politics.

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  • NorthernObserver

    @Crusoe
    Born in Londontown, living in America, is that the new route to PM? MAM going to have to change the law…all PMs must be born in Barbados. That would have taken care of Thomo too?

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    As long as the continent understand that all the corrupt in the parliament in the slave society DBLP cultivated and culturized have to offer is fast talk, scams, tricks, lies and ELABORATE THEFTS when they are dealing with fellow Africans….as long as they know and understand, they can easily SHIFT THEM, their corruption will NOT be transferred to the lives of Africans.

    ….and yall are not USING THE AFRICAN POPULATION on the island as a prop and a way in either….was waiting patiently for one of ya fowl Slaves to screw up….i got 3 or 4 to turn up on BU and show the level of societal DECAY and mental damage that they normalized….it was on full display yesterday.

    Northern….they legislate AND legalize the UNETHICAL, IMMORAL and ILLEGAL…it’s a pattern…

    check out their anti-corruption and integrity legislation drafts…they both legitimize corruption instead of eradicating it…. to keep it firmly in place, that’s all they have ever done..

    ..Mia sat in cabinet according to Caswell, manipulated the labor laws and in no time thieving hoteliers REFUSED to pay severance to employees and STILL got them suffering with their families, we saw the fallout from that, they BROKE the NIS FUND with corruption……..they DO NOTHING that will benefit the population who voted them into office…corruption TAKES PRECEDENCE.

    the Slaves can fret all day long none of the information on yall can be rolled back, it’s hit too many platforms, yall are the talk of the western and eastern worlds, just as ya deserve, ya have RUINED too many African lives. over a 60 year period……so meet Karma and Retribution.

    ask Mia how much money she took from a gang of racist hoteliers AFTER they were exposed for racist practices against another African again under the guise of Covid and the poverty they ALL CREATED, so they could continue….she proudly posed in the media for the 6 or 7 million dollars of TRAITOR money…they are all DANGEROUS…have no ethics, less morals and even less of a social conscience.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    https://barbadostoday.bb/2021/05/05/displaced-barbadian-liat-workers-to-receive-a-gift-from-government/

    Ya want repulsive and disgusting, this is it ..will leave yall to debate another poverty creating travesty in people’s lives, i have very little patience these days….”a gift” in place of ENTITLEMENTS …is too much for me…am going STRAIGHT FOR THE JUGULAR…no more time to waste.

    Northern…contrary to what Mia and Teets said…would love to know which lawyer told those two lawyers IN PARLIAMENT, that the Donville case was closed, and it’s time to move on….now lawyers are deluding each other and passing it on to the public..

    “Legal arguments continued Tuesday as the extradition case of Alex Tasker, the former insurance executive allegedly connected to the Donville Inniss money laundering case, resumed before the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court.

    The hearing was then adjourned until June 7 before Chief Magistrate Ian Weekes.

    The former senior manager at the Insurance Corporation of Barbados Ltd. (ICBL) is before the Chief Magistrate following a request for his extradition to the United States to stand trial on money laundering charges.

    Prosecutors allege that between August 2015 and April 2016 he conspired with others to launder money in the US from outside the country in violation of US law.”

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  • Clarke’s hold-up to Canada
    by BARRY ALLEYNE
    barryalleyne@nationnews.com
    THERE MAY NOT BE airlift between Barbados and Canada, but newly-named High Commissioner Gline Clarke still has a wait on his hands before taking up his position even if flights return soon.
    That’s because the former Member of Parliament is still awaiting official correspondence from Ottawa that would endorse his acceptance to the post.
    In an interview late Tuesday night, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Senator Jerome Walcott informed the DAILY NATION that Clarke could only officially take up the post when an Agrément is reached with the Canadian government.
    That has not yet been done, the minister said.
    “He (Clarke) has gone through the necessary orientation required to take up the position. But we are waiting on the Canadian side to facilitate the Agrément,” Walcott explained.
    Agrément, in international affairs, is the agreement by a state to receive members of a diplomatic mission from a foreign country.
    In this procedure, the posting state formally requests consent, via a demande d’ agréation, from the receiving state before appointing a diplomat to the receiving state.
    If the nominated diplomat is acceptable to the receiving state, the receiving state gives agrément.
    The arriving diplomat then carries a letter of accreditation, normally called the letter of credence or lettre de créance, from the posting state to the head of state of the receiving state, when arriving in the receiving state.
    This is presented to the head of state of the receiving state and the diplomat is thereby accepted as a member of the diplomatic corps of the receiving state and added to a diplomatic list.
    Efforts by this newspaper to reach Clarke were unsuccessful and he had last week indicated he was not in position to address the issue. But, in another section of the media on Tuesday, Clarke had indicated he was unable to take up the post due to a lack of airlift into Canada because of the North American country’s COVID-19 regulations.
    “He isn’t being paid. So he’s home in Barbados and waiting for everything to be facilitated,” Walcott said, while admitting that though the pandemic was playing a part in the delay, waiting on the Canadian side before the move to Ottawa is agreed to, could take another few weeks.
    “We expect the matter to be settled very soon, probably in the next two weeks or so, but I don’t want to speak for the Canadian government,” the Minister of Foreign Affairs added.
    He said there should be no obstacles to Clarke’s Agrément coming through, however, since it was widely known he had to renounce his Canadian citizenship to take up the position, which had been done last year.
    Barbados’ end ‘completed’
    “All such requirements have been completed from this end so no more is needed to be done from Barbados side,” the minister noted.
    Walcott had in March revealed that Barbados would be expanding its global footprint by also setting up missions in Ghana, the United Arab Emirates and Nairobi, Kenya.
    Those postings have also been affected by the pandemic.
    Alex McDonald will be the High Commissioner to Kenya and permanent representative to the United Nations Office at Nairobi; Hallam Henry will be posted in China; Gabriel Abed to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Francois Jackman will now be ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations Office, New York.
    Everil “Betty” Lewis is to be the diaspora relations officer in the United Kingdom mission and Phil Phillips, the commercial and cultural attaché in the High Commission to Ghana.
    The Mission Office in Ghana, which is reported to be the ancestral homeland of a large portion of Barbados’ population, will be established in Accra and will work to advance multiple ongoing initiatives intended to foster a deep and mutually beneficial relationship between Barbados and Ghana.
    In Kenya, the office will serve as Barbados’ Permanent Mission to the United Nations Office in Nairobi, which is the third-largest United Nations Office in the world, and which is the headquarters for the United Nations Environment Programme and the United Nations Human Settlements Programme.
    Walcott pointed out that Barbados’ diplomatic presence in Kenya would be part of a shared CARICOM office space and would be a working example of strengthened regional cooperation.
    He said the establishment of an embassy in Abu Dhabi would serve to significantly advance the growth of a stronger bilateral partnership with the United Arab Emirates and would be a platform for the formation and strengthening of strategic alliances with other Gulf States.
    Walcott stressed at the time that the Government would be utilising technology more in the establishment of the new diplomatic missions to revolutionise diplomatic activities, and as a result, the missions would be lean and mean.

    Source: Nation

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  • So how could Mia declared that Clarke had a job when the job was not officially sanctioned by Canadian govt
    But Clarke being the bone headed liar shoots off his mouth to the media using Covid as an excuse for not taking the post and giving a mamboo jamboo story about flight
    You see how one lie can exposed the true character of a person
    What a boneheaded liar the boy in the yard Clarkr
    As for Mia OSA did warned the public about Mia classless acts of political gimmicks and for sure Clarke position or non position falls into gimmick territory

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  • The process of agrément can only occur after the person is appointed by the sending government.

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  • The process from the start was shrouded in deception when the public was told that Clarke had duel citizenship one being Canadian and at point the other shoe dropped off and the lies started to unravel
    The new story told in the media by Walcott show shades of the length and breadth by which govt will take to media with a bold faced untruths when govt made known to the public as a certainty when declaring that Clarke had a diplomatic position in Canada making it to look as an official statement which left no doubt in the minds of many including Guy Hewitt and myself and others a sealed and final declaration for Clarke position
    Now lo.and behold another story unravels about the job one that takes Clarke lie and toss it into the dust bin of untruths wherby a govt official declares Clarke does not have the job “as yet”
    All along people snickered when the thought of the boy in the yard diplomatic story hit the ground
    Now laughing out loud is the only option to a govt official having duel citizenship and offering and accepting a high ranking post in one of the countries before giving up his citizenship in the country of natural birth
    What a story and to think there is more to this bold faced lie

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  • The next news to be speculated will be when will Donville turn up to serve.

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  • The news in barbados screams headlines
    When Will This govt stop lying to The people

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  • It will scream loud when Donville turns himself in to serve his jail sentence.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    ALL countries should MONITOR and watch VERY CLOSELY any individual taking up diplomatic tours from Barbados, ….especially the continent..

    fret Slaves fret…

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  • Cuhdear Bajan

    Completing the forms to renounce one’s citizenship is one thing. But then the officials of the citizenship being renounced has to accept that renunciation. They have to ensure that the person is not being forced etc. It is not a one sided thing. Also that country has to check to see whether the citizenship was properly acquired in the first place.

    A person can be nominated by the sending country, but he or she is not a diplomat until the receiving country agrees. It is not a one-sided thing.

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  • A whopping tale told by two mouths of govt almost a year later

    Barbados’ High Commissioner to Canada, Gline Clarke has cleared the air on his inability to take up his posting overseas, nearly two months after it was announced that his appointment had been reaffirmed.
    Cxcccccc
    A bold face lie was told by govt to the people of St. George North and the country
    Now govt running for cover to cover up the lie
    Go figure

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  • The Gline Clarke saga reveals a willingness of govt to spread fake news at the hands of political opportunities to the gullible people and unsuspecting people of Barbados and especially St. George who must have believed Mia was rewarding Gline stewardship over the years with a diplomatic position
    This is the kind of govt who would undermined transparency in a disguise manner and a St. George people even more clueless about govt efforts to win the election
    Gline Clarke has now become the poster boy of the boy in the yard hoisted upon a flag of political gimmicks lies and opportunistic gratification for govt

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  • The point which you cannot refute is that Gline Clarke was appointed and permission to assume the post is being processed by the Canadian government.

    In the meanwhile across the border Innis is making ready to serve his term at a date coming soon.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    “The Mission Office in Ghana, which is reported to be the ancestral homeland of a large portion of Barbados’ population, will be established in Accra and will work to advance multiple ongoing initiatives intended to foster a deep and mutually beneficial relationship between Barbados and Ghana.”

    don’t how this is going to work out….just last week someone was in public, a bank and other places with an African head tie and African colors and the HATRED and STARES were real, so thick it was UGLY…..coming from African descendants on the island….

    they have culturized, both political parties, the African population to HATE, reject and RIDICULE all things AFRICAN and ACCEPT self-hatred, racism, oppression, stagnation, suppression and disenfranchisement against themselves as normalized culture….that is the acceptable practice in Barbados….their own ancestral culture and traditions they were socialized to hate, and accept social DESTRUCTION of African lives in its place..

    ..it’s an easy experiment to carry out, just wear African clothes and head gear in public on the island and watch the HATE FLOW…

    how can we forget when African students, i do believe they were from Ghana too, were HOUSED in Ram’s pig pen in St. Philip, deprived of BASIC human needs and then CHASED DOWN like wild animals AND DEPORTED…ask Comissiong…and the arrangers of another mess.

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  • So Clarke is saying he couldn’t get a flight to Canada and the Minister is saying that all the diplomatic niceties were not completed, better get the new Ministry of Truth (sorry that should be Dept. of Public Affairs) to sort out the matter.

    BTW wasn’t Liz recalled to be some sort of Gov’t spokesperson? Where is she in this Public Affairs Carnival?

    Beware the tyranny of the majority!

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  • @ David

    The resident DLP yard-fowl is ‘flogging a NON-ISSUE to death’ by trying her best to distract contributors away from the substantive topic of Donville Inniss.

    The ‘government’ announced Clarke’s appointment as High Commissioner to Canada and he is unable to take up his duties as a result of circumstances perhaps beyond his and the government of Barbados’ control .

    Only an idiot would interpret those circumstances as “fake news” or lies are being told, because it is politically expedient for her to do so.

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    Some AFRICAN CENTRED studies have to be introduced for the African population on the island…a reintroduction to their ancestral cultures, traditions etc…..BEFORE they can even consider any transition….Ghana i believe said they will help with that, but that’s mainly for the younger generation, the old mentally damaged ones are too far gone…most of them…

    very, very few are mentally prepared for the continent, they DO NOT UNDERSTAND the concept of UBUNTU within the African family, yes, it’s a thing, that’s the leg up most Africans have on the diaspora except for the few indigenous who are warriors to the the end….. it was beaten and INDOCTRINATED out of them savagely in the Caribbean, more so in Barbados than anywhere else.. and replaced with mental inferiority…

    the questionable ones currently in or preparing to leave for the the scam mission, embassy, consulates AREN’T PREPARED AT ALL…

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  • War on UUU

    the simple solution is to go there and soak in the vibes the people culture and mother nature
    you* will be treated well and feel inspired to help poor
    (*) generic ‘you’ meaning anyone and everyone as you give advice but resent advice reciprocated unless they are allies and blacker black

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    It’s much better to spend some time within an African family compound to reconnect, instead of rushing around with diplomatic immunity to commit crimes free from justice just because ya ONLY NOW realize Africa is RESOURCE WEALTHY, everyone is rushing around to get a piece more often than not TIEFING IT…and as yall asses BROKE NOW because YA TIEF what little African people Barbados had accumulated as taxpayers and contributors to the pension fund over decades, you and ya wicked minority bribers….ya running to the continent to tief a piece too…only now ya know Africa exists…ya didn’t know before..ya didn’t care before, too busy boasting about ya slave society.

    so why do ya think that 400 years of self-hatred of ya ancestral lands MARINATED in Barbados’ small society will end in a few months just because ya broke…

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  • People are VERY CONCERNED about the guns and drugs pipelined into the depressed areas where only AFRICAN DESCENDANTS live by the minority criminal cartels on the island…is it true that one young man with a family was shot to death 12 times last night..

    more people need to finger these minorities who import containers of drugs and guns to distribute to neighborhoods where the education levels are LESS THAN ADEQUATE and POVERTY an every day REALITY created by corrupt governments and criminal minorities..

    why can’t Mia have these minorities arrested, all government ministers, the police, the AG, the DPP KNOW WHO THEY ARE….just like everyone else.

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  • Say his name, the information going around along with photos says he was Sharmar Lynch…view the handiwork of two extremely CORRUPT GOVERNMENTS and a cartel of criminal minorities who are KILLING YOUNG AFRICAN PEOPLE on the island…with their established criminal syndicate..

    “A man succumbed to gunshot wounds, at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) on Wednesday night.

    Police say the 31-year-old whose name was not released, was shot at St Ann’s Road, Pinelands, St Michael around 10:38 p.m.

    When patrols responded to the area, one unit encountered the injured man about to be taken to the QEH in a private car and police escorted the vehicle to the hospital. However, within moments of arriving, the victim was pronounced dead by a medical doctor,”

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  • The Point was an affirmation given by last year govt stating this his appointment was affirmed
    The lie crept out of Clarke’s mouth when he relate a Covid story to him not going to Canada
    Now govt tries a backstepping story

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  • Do you know when Donville will turn himself over to the US pen system?

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  • Dear Mia:

    Am going to play the part of optimistic Blogsmaster, a rare weakness of mine, and say that you can do MUCH, MUCH BETTER.

    Had you listened to EARLY warnings, the outcome would be different, you didn’t, so water under the bridge, but if you do not do something ABOUT THOSE CRIMINAL MINORITIES and their containers of drugs and guns that the police cannot touch and are free to KILL young African people, things will escalate to a level that not even you can envision.

    My good deed for the day.

    PS: please do something about ya stupid fowl Slaves on BU, they are an embarrassment, national and international.

    regards,

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  • “Do you know when Donville will turn himself over to the US pen system?”

    on the 12th of Never. Donville Innis is on the Lam like the Gingerbread man running as fast as he can singing “Catch me if you can damn feds”. He is playing Hide-and-seek like Osama Bin Laden.

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  • Guns and Drugs
    aka
    Why We Thugs

    U say Minorities
    I+I say USA/CIA

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  • USA often do sting ops where they infiltrate and become part of crime networks to find the bigger fish to fry.
    Do you think a $36K bung was Don’s only crime or will there be more charges waiting for him when in custody.

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  • NorthernObserver

    @Artax
    People’s radar goes off when people’s stories do not align? Surely former MP Clarke knew he had not yet been given the green light? And was he contravening local laws as a sitting MP as suggested by Hewitt.
    Given DI’s permanent resident status, and then GC’s Canadian citizenship, it begs how many more of the political elite have dual residencies?
    I also note we haven’t heard a peep in the Prescod/ Rogers Ecstasy case. It was a long time ago the DPP dropped charges against CH, and a trusted blogger suggested it would’ve clear at the time of trial why that occurred.

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  • We all know the weight of the Clarke decision was to vacate SGN.

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  • Plenty weight to oust Clarke out that has turned into dead weight for Clarke which govt knew that Clarke would be dumb enough to accept
    Govt also knew that Clarke had dual citizenship but made good of Clarkes ignorance to pull a trick on him
    Now Clarke tries to wiggle himself out a the trick govt pulled on him but looks like a duffus doing so

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  • ArtaxMay 6, 2021 9:02 AM

    @ David

    The resident DLP yard-fowl is ‘flogging a NON-ISSUE to death’ by trying her best to distract contributors away from the substantive topic of Donville Inniss

    Xxxxxx
    Fool The story is on fb Clarke being the mock stick and laughing stock
    and govt the benefactors by way of deception

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    Brasstacks got this dude exposing the inequity where the minorities are robbing the majority population, and both governments refuse to protect the people….he is exposing the filth…good for him.

    https://barbadostoday.bb/2021/05/05/in-landmark-case-civil-servants-shielded-from-automatic-firing-for-legal-infractions/

    an item costing $11 dollars, with no conviction, cost this dude a civil service job, but BILLIONS of dollars missing from both the treasury and pension fund and not one minority or corrupt government minister, corrupt lawyer etc is in prison, and still comfortably being corrupt..

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  • In the FB DLP bubble?

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  • @NO
    The issue of not getting a flight to Canada was a ruse, Clarke could have travelled to the US and then on to Canada with his Diplomatic passport. AC and American carriers have been operating between Canada and the US despite the pandemic and US airlines have been flying to Bim.

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  • Wura,

    I believe they were from Nigeria not Ghana.

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  • NorthernObserver

    @Sarge
    I appreciate that. So why did that story reportedly come from GC’s mouth? According to Walcott all he need say is his appointment hadn’t been approved. Possibly there is more to this than an untrained eye in diplomacy can see.
    While the Tasker matter takes the hear- delay-hear-delay pattern, Innes seems lost in the Cdn melee of similar matters. The Weng matter remains a scar on the Cdn justice system. How the RH can one detain a person for so long?

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    “I believe they were from Nigeria not Ghana.”

    ok…i know there were 2 incidences where Africans where chased down in Barbados, but can’t remember which was which..

    a neighbor left for Canada in Dec and is already on the way back, but did not have any province to province travel.

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  • @Sargeant

    With COVID so affecting Canada these days does it matter if Clarke is on the ground?

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  • WURA-War-on-U

    The place is turning up, talk is now about the death penalty for any leaders etc forcing the vaccine on people against Nuremburg Trials rules, a document is already circulating that a barrage of lawyers in Europe filed legal documents, waiting for confirmation.

    i know wickum was hot to trot and PUBLICLY trying to marginalize the Rasta Community and force them to take the vaccine, claiming they should leave the society if they don’t, don’t know who appointed him owner of a Slave society..

    hope the dumb leaders did not as well, although i heard they did….well apparently, it’s on…from WHO to CDC etc coming on down named…

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