Minister Kirk Humphrey and Theresa Castro

First it was the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, and now some heartless Barbadians have found a new dumping facility for their elderly relatives at the Harrison Point COVID-19 Isolation Facility in St Lucy. They are dropping off the senior citizens infected with COVID-19 but are not returning for them after they have recovered…

Emblazoned on the front page of the recent Sunday Sun was the embarrassing news some Barbadians are abandoning elderly family members at healthcare facilities. The latest being the newly outfitted Harrison’s Point. What caught the blogmaster’s attention was the cookie cutter quote attributed to Minister of Elder Affairs Kirk Humphrey – he described the development as concerning, pointing out that the situation was indicative of the work that was needed at the level of the family and government to ensure greater provisions for the elderly within a context of an ageing population …blah blah blah. Is this the same Humphrey who was to lead the new Blue Economy? 

Minister Kirk Humphrey this is a message for you. Have you ever been in the area of Top Rock gas station or Dover, and spotted an old lady with short grey hair, a slight stoop, and seeming confused wandering around talking to herself? If you have, then you would have seen Theresa Castro. 

It was brought to the blogmaster’s attention the elderly lady spends most of the day by Top Rock gas station. From reports, she sleeps in the gallery of her former home (where her daughter currently lives). There is a good Barbadian giving her food and has been trying to source assistance from several if not all of the social services for her. To no avail. It seems she has a mental challenge and is showing signs of dementia. It was reported to the blogmaster the plight of the elderly lady was reported to Minister Kirk Humphrey’s secretary. Up to the time of posting this blog there was no intervention from a single government agency to assist Theresa Castro.

Do you know Minister Kirk Humphrey was quoted in the 19 June 2022 edition of the Nation newspaper he has engaged the Barbados Police Service to assist with those who continue to abuse the elderly? …Blah Blah Blah
Is there any surprise Barbadians have become cynical and apathetic towards politicians?

The blogmaster further understands the plight of Theresa Castro was brought to the attention of the Nation and Barbados Today newspapers, Psychiatric hospital, George Griffith, family members et al- so far there has been no assistance forthcoming for Theresa Castro.

Have we become a soulless a society to ignore a senior citizen in her twilight years in need of assistance? What does it say about the society? What does it say about the good use of tax dollars funding Minister Humphrey’s Elder Affairs ministry?

347 comments

  • “The systems are in place but no one is applying them.I wonder why.”

    For the 100th time I will talk of the toy train I have in my basement. It has all the bells and whistles and I can even get some steam if I put a little water in a small section…

    I know that even with the bells and whistles it is not taking me to NYC.

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  • Vincent knows that the ‘systems’ are a FARCE.
    These are just there to deflect…..
    Courts that don’t work…
    Ministry PS (managers) who are CLEARLY just somebody’s mouth-pieces…
    Officials who are just clueless messengers and title holders

    Xxxxxxxxx

    WHEN THE TOP DECISION MAKERS ARE ALL IN CAHOOTS TO GET RICH AND LIVE COMFORTABLY.

    THEY DON’T CARE BECAUSE THEY ARE ALL BINDED BY COLLUSION AND CORRUPTION.

    A SYSTEM WHICH IS DELIBERATELY COMPROMISED LIKE A BUCKET WITH HOLES AND TRYING TO FILL WITH WATER.

    WHICH IS WHY THE MAJORITY BLACKS ON THEE 2X3 ARE SCREWED HOWEVER CONTINUE TO WALLOW IN IGNORANCE.

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    “and he pointed out that my looks say otherwise and I am refusing to accept the white part of my bloodline. Many amusing conversations could be had, but I rather my sanity at this point.”

    never join them in their color coordinating nonsense as they were raised and minds poisoned.

    “but thought of others before himself. If all Bajans had the heart of this guy, who I’m sure they see walking in town and look down upon, we would be a better place.”

    i always much prefer interact with those who fall on hard times, you can learn a lot from them..

    “We need some radical change in the way we think and do things here, I no longer believe it has to be gentle, we need to rip it up and start over.”

    much prefer take an excavator to the whole rotten demonic thing, especially to that cursed parliament.

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  • Wura
    The Westminster system of governance doesn’t work for us, but we still follow it because we don’t know how to create systems that work for the good of all people.

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  • ” We are already experiencing a few power outages. We are expecting high gusts, rain and so on during the course of the evening. As a result of that, we have taken the decision to close the public service at 3:30 today and I am informed that buses will stop running at 6:30,” the AG said.

    https://barbadostoday.bb/2022/06/28/government-offices-close-early-as-barbados-battens-down-for-inclement-weather/

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    “The Westminster system of governance doesn’t work for us, but we still follow it because we don’t know how to create systems that work for the good of all people.”

    they are lazy and much prefer the slave master system that they can manipulate and use for bribe taking and money laundering, it’s much easier…they don’t have to sweat or think.

    …that system is dead and should face rejection instead of trying to revive it using sleight of hand, lies, tricks and scams…the people have to ABANDON IT…and THEM..

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  • Wura
    The Westminster system of governance doesn’t work for us, but we still follow it because we don’t know how to create systems that work for the good of all people.

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    YOU ARE LIVING IN DELUSION.

    IT IS WORKING AS THE TOP PEOPLE ON THE 2X3 ISLAND WISHES.

    WHY CHANGE SOMETHING THAT IS CONTINUALLY WORKING FOR THEM.

    THE BLACK MASSES THE VOTERS ARE THE CASUALTIES OF THE WAR

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  • Lisa,
    Some great posts.

    We have many issues that are interwoven like strands of a rope. If you touch one, then you have to touch Ton several others.

    A discussion of treatment of the elderly can cover such topics as neglect, abuse, and a returning national interaction with lawyers. This can then lead to the justice system …

    There is a second lady (cherfleur) who also fight for the elderly. Perhaps a few of you (note I did not say us) can link up and push a few buttons.

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  • Donna

    I haven’t forgotten your offer of help and I’m most appreciative. Hopefully, Theresa can be comfortable somewhere safe soon. No matter how small an act of kindness, it makes a difference to someone’s life. I will send David an email and give him my details for you also.

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  • BAJE
    Lol.. I stand corrected.
    It works well for those who Bushie keeps referring to as brassbowls… nothing changes.

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    they are lazy and much prefer the slave master system that they can manipulate and use for TIEFING, bribe taking and money laundering, it’s much easier…they don’t have to sweat, work or think….and with all of that, still collect handsome salaries for doing the bare minimum…

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  • “but thought of others before himself. If all Bajans had the heart of this guy, who I’m sure they see walking in town and look down upon, we would be a better place.”

    Lisa

    Come on, my friend.

    YOU know it is IMPOSSIBLE for EVERYONE in ANY given SOCIETY to be UNSELFISH.

    There aren’t any perfect societies and there aren’t any perfect men, women or children.

    Selfishness, greed, corruption, dishonesty, haughtiness, backbiting etc……
    …… can be FOUND in EVERY country or island in the world.

    Yet, some of us seem to believe Barbados is ‘societas perfecta,’….. a ‘perfect society,’ or perhaps the ‘modern-day’ ‘GARDEN OF EDEN.’

    That we LIVED in or VISITED other countries where there are imperfections, but, Barbados, according to Jim Reeves, is somehow ‘Across the bridge.’

    I have lived a life of sin in this world I’m living in.
    I have done forbidden things I shouldn’t do.
    I asked a beggar along the way if he could tell me where to stay.
    Where I could find real happiness and love that’s true.

    Across the bridge there’s no more sorow,
    Across the bridge there’s no more pain.
    The sun will shine across the river,
    And you’ll never be unhappy again.

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  • Who said ANYTHING about ‘perfect” Artax?
    The lady is calling for a BASIC system to deal HUMANELY with these who fall through the cracks.

    Are you feeling a bit guilty?

    Those other countries you refer to are DEFINITELY not perfect, BUT at least they put some BASIC things in place and the responsible employees display SOME degree of professionalism…OR ELSE.
    When we were POOR as shiite, politicians made what basic provisions they could afford back then.

    Now we have a BILLION DOLLAR economy and could pay cuntsultants and expatriate managers LOTTO salaries…. but can’t resolve an issue with a poor, sick old lady…?
    …and you are defensive??
    SHAME.

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  • “The lady is calling for a BASIC system to deal HUMANELY with these who fall through the cracks.”

    Bush Tea

    Now, ‘how you get there?’

    Please explain why should I be ashamed, “feel a bit guilty,” or be “defensive?”

    Perhaps you should be “ASHAMED,” because you MALICIOUSLY ATTRIBUTED comments to me that I DID NOT make.

    I REFERRED SPECIFICALLY to the lady’s comments about the homeless guy who refused a second offering of food, in which she mentioned…”if ALL BAJANS had the heart of this guy……”

    I simply responded with, it is IMPOSSIBLE for EVERYONE in ANY given SOCIETY to be UNSELFISH.

    It that TRUE or FALSE?

    NEVER MENTIONED ANYTHING ELSE.

    According to the older folk, “that duz happen when yuh too fast.”

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  • Artax
    We both know perfect societies don’t exist.

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  • Artax,

    Lisa is low right now. Her mum just died. She has had experiences that many have had. But, you and I know that it is not the whole story of Barbados and Barbadians. It just feels that way sometimes. I know the feeling.

    I meet with kindness on a regular basis though, usually among the ordinary folk but not always.

    Still, materialism is more prevalent than is comfortable for me. Selfishness too is on the rise. Not what I was used to growing up.

    I think we who are older remember different times and are disappointed with the change.

    There is reason to be disappointed. We expected better of ourselves.

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  • What I meant to say is that I meet with plenty of kindness but I also meet with more unkindness than I expect as well.

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  • William Skinner

    The thing I find most interesting is that @ Lisa, is prepared to see it as it is and not try to paint the almost perfect picture of those of us , who constantly infer or believe that all returning nationals , should have one view of their homeland.
    In the end it all boils down to personal lifestyles and priorities.
    For example , the great majority of those who studied in England and returned as lawyers and doctors , back in the day, had a golden path to success via
    lawyer politics. They have now collectively ruled the place from even before independence.
    My very personal view is that our population is really too small to have so many people homeless and existing like the citizen mentioned in this thread.
    But somebody will jump out and tell me there are no different from the numbers of homeless in America, England , Canada and Germany.
    While I accept , like the vast majority of breathing humans that there is no perfect society anywhere., I humbly suggest that there must be a more perfect way to treat citizens such as the one herein mentioned.

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  • BUSH TEA

    DON’T YOU FIND IT TRULY SILLY AND AMAZING THAT THIS WEBSITE IS CALLED BARBADOS UNDERGROUND
    AND NOT:

    US UNDERGROUND
    UK UNDERGROUND
    CANADA UNDERGROUND
    RUSSIA UNDERGROUND
    WORLD UNDERGROUND

    YET WHEN ISSUES RELATES TO BARBADOS WHICH I REFER TO AS THE 2 X 3 ISLAND THEY COME OUT THE SHADOWS TO POINT OUT OTHER COUNTRIES TO DEFLECT ISSUE OR ISSUES HIGHLIGHTED.

    THE ISLAND WILL NEVER GROW UP AND MATURE UNLESS THE BULLSHIT HAPPENING IS DEALT WITH INSTEAD OF ACTING POOR IS WE WHILST POINTING TO THE OTHER COUNTRIES TO DEFLECT AND MAKE EXCUSES.

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  • William
    I agree with you that the island is too small for many things that are allowed to happen. As a country, we can’t sustain the impact of corrupt practices or mismanagement of govt affairs, but year after year we do the same and expect different results. This country is headed off the edge if we don’t change a lot about the way things are done. Too many politicians family and friends run things here and are placed in positions they are clueless about. We need to do better, but not enough willing to demand change.. we have a people who are very afraid.

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  • @Lisa

    Unfortunately because of our smallness it will breed insularity and nepotism. This is a challenge we must do better at managing.

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  • David
    Do you think things will ever change? I believe our present state is a result of poor management over the years, yet nothing changes. How is it that they keep ignoring the impacts and fallouts?

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  • @Lisa

    Change is constant. There will be change. Life is a journey (process) with pitfalls along the way. If you subscribe to the belief that hope springs eternal (like the blogmaster) we have as citizens to continually as individuals agitate for social justice and when we observe anything that offends.

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  • David
    At some point can you send Donna’s contact to my email? She said earlier you could do so..thanks

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  • David
    How many years have people been waiting for change that hasn’t happened? We have leaders all cut from the same cloth, how does growth materialise from this? I’ve reached the point of thinking that politicians like the sound of their voices, but are devoid of action. I’ve seen and know about corruption first hand, and I’m not as optimistic as you are my friend. Somethings I gotta see to believe.

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  • @Lisa

    Citizens like you and others must continue to be guided by your moral compass. In the process what you do may/will serve to encourage others to be more civic minded etc. The bottom line as the blogmaster sees it – our only obligation is to hold ourselves accountable based on our values. If change comes. If it doesn’t we can rest comfortably knowing we tried.

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  • William Skinner

    @ Lisa
    We have become very adept at sweeping things under the carpet. Even when we agitate to get change, we do so rather half heartedly and we continue to fool ourselves that the poor and economically downtrodden can do better.
    Just yesterday on Brasstacks, I heard a woman called in and said that her weekly carry home wages was $136.42 , that is exploitation by any standard.
    She will be told of all the wonderful things she can do to “ cut and contrive”. And the several solutions as to how to get her family a decent meal. I refuse to buy such unreal and insensitive bull shit.
    But people buy crap that makes them feel comfortable and assists in giving their conscience a break.
    The only way to make citizens maintain self respect is to have them earn proper wages and have a job. Poor people really don’t ask for too much. Their Christian beliefs tells them that little with content is great gain and the love of money is the root of all evil.
    All of the so called measures that poor people are being asked to do cost money in some form or fashion . To become self sufficient or to utilize ones skills , still calls for money- a jump start.
    We are falling for rhetoric and words that mean nothing to those going to sleep within hungry bellies tonight. They mean nothing to the unemployed or to those who have no where to sleep.
    The country lacks leadership at all levels and we can continue to sweep serious matters under the carpet . But, I don’t think that the younger generation is buying the crap.
    Lies and half truths are the order of the day. Using and abusing statistics; feeding people a false hope and attempting to mislead the poverty stricken, that their interests matters.

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  • Just yesterday on Brasstacks, I heard a woman called in and said that her weekly carry home wages was $136.42 , that is exploitation by any standard.

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    William Skinner

    YOU SURE THIS IS NOT 1 DAY’S PAY LESS THAN US$70?

    THIS REVELATION IF REAL SHOWS HOW DISHONEST AND INSENSITIVE OF SOME OF THE LOCAL COMMENTATORS ON BU.

    BLACKS ARE SUFFERING LIKE HELL AS IF SLAVES STILL ON THE PLANTATION ON THE 2 X 3 ISLAND YET THEY WANT TO COMPARE TO THE US.

    PUNCHING ABOVE THEIR WEIGHT IN MADNESS AND CRUELTY TO THEIR OWN.

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  • William Skinner

    @ Baje
    The moderator was constantly saying that gas station attendants work for $300. a week which he considered a low wage. This lady calls in and says to him that she works for less and her take home was $236.42.
    For years I used to say on BU that there were people working for less than $300 per week. Then the minimum wage came along but some employers are not paying it.
    This is donkey years that wages never kept up with inflation or the cost of living but nobody cared.
    I keep saying people on BU keep presenting rosy pictures because it eases their conscience.
    Peace

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  • William Skinner

    42 as mentioned before. Not $ 236. 42

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  • For years I used to say on BU that there were people working for less than $300 per week. Then the minimum wage came along but some employers are not paying it.
    This is donkey years that wages never kept up with inflation or the cost of living but nobody cared.
    I keep saying people on BU keep presenting rosy pictures because it eases their conscience.

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    ITS NOT CONSIENCE IT IS BLATANT DISHONESTY AND NOT LIVING IN REALITY.

    YET THEY CONSTANTLY SEEK TO COMPARE TO THE US.

    I KNOW THAT THE FORMER AND CURRENT EDUCATION SYSTEM IS NOT BAD ON THE 2 X 3 ISLAND HOWEVER THERE ARE MANY WHO PREFER TO LIE, BURY THEIR HEADS IN THE SAND AND DEFLECT INSTEAD OF BEING HONEST AND STOP POINTING FINGERS ELSEWHERE.

    NO WONDER SLAVERY LASTED FOR 400 YEARS PLUS ON THE 2 X 3 ISLAND PHYSICALLY BUT OVER A HUNDERED YEARS LATER WHEN THAT ENDED MOST ARE STILL IN MENTAL SLAVERY AND LIVING OUT PLANTATION BEHAVIOUR DAILY..

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  • David
    Resting comfortably is something I’m incapable of doing. We can never allow ourselves that pat on the back for trying, because it means we have given up. People need to become uncomfortable in Barbados for change to happen. Those making decisions now in self-interest that affects the people in terms of the killing taxes and high prices we pay need to understand that poor accountability, lip service about transparency and the continuous rape of the public purse hurts the people. And those in govt jobs who go in daily and do absolutely nothing, but go out on long breaks and 2 hr lunches, must understand they’re robbing themselves. We need to get real if Bim is to survive.

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  • William

    I agree with you. Until we stop having this anything will do attitude, people will continue to suffer. Since being back here, I’m having trouble calling this a democracy when some practices would call it something else. I told someone that the same people are allowed to become rich and regardless of party it remains the same.

    We have some roads here that I’m having trouble seeing as main roads while trying to avoid the potholes. Every few years we have major road works happening, with contracts going to the same people to use the same type of methods that clearly are not working, but poor people taxes paying to keep the rich in contracts.

    Are we ever going to use new sustainable methods to make sure we have roads built to last? No, that doesn’t keep the big boys in contracts.

    Poor people are paying a sewage tax that was added because of the south coast mess, and that same tax along with the garbage one has made some poor people unable to pay their water bills. Govt’s idea is to collect money taxes and that is the bottomline. They couldn’t just add the tax to the south coast people that benefited from the works, but the whole island has to pay.

    It has also never occurred to them that they could create a bin tag for purchase at a small fee to put on your new fancy bins, thus brining in money to the SSA, but giving poor people a little ease on the bill. Your bin is collected if only all the garbage is in the bin, so you might not need a tag each week depending on how much garbage your household produce. Some will say this can cause an increase in illegal dumping, but that became the norm because people no longer could burn garbage in their backyards like they did before.

    They can create drop off points across the island from the villages to the heights for large objects, and different types of drop boxes for recycling. This might curb some of that need to go and dump things everywhere.

    I saw an article where the Min. Agriculture was complaining about children eating fishcakes and corned beef and macaroni, and how unhealthy it was. He spoke about the school meals program producing these types of food for the children. He missed the part where he realise it is funded by govt, and if they only budget for bulk ingredients, and you short staffed in the creative meal planners dept, you will only come up with a 123. The school meals dept could introduce this islands children to local in season foods, made in ways that children would eat. They will need to become creative to make the breadfruit, yam and sweet potatoes appealing for the kids.

    What some people fail to see while sitting in their positions of privilege, is the fact that poor nutrition goes hand in hand with poor wages and what people can afford to eat.

    How out of touch could you be to create a sweet drink tax (when everything else is overpriced) and fail to consider the link and impact of NCD’s on poor people having poor diets in general and not just about sweet drinks. Everyone goes for what some other country implemented because of the nice ring to it. We have no original thought and refused to see the bigger picture.

    That lady working for under $300 a week can’t stock up on fresh fruit, veg and chicken. Those things cost the most here, so would have to buy tuna, corned beef and unable to buy fruit and veg. But her employer keeping track of profits, so the worker needs to be underpaid.

    The problem with this society is the inability of its leaders to look at things holistically, and let go of having such a top heavy society. We need to recognise that egos on this little island need the feeling of elitism, and that is why education reform might never happen.

    Just like everything else they need to preserve that construct of a class system to feel like somebodies. We are a very backward at going forward type of people. We are incapable of the thought of levelling up.

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  • LISA

    YOU WILL SOON GET BANNED OR ACCUSED OF BEING PART OF THROW A SHADE CREW.

    WHAT YOU HAVE CONTINUED TO OUTLINE IS AS CLEAR AS DAY ON THE 2 X 3 ISLAND.

    IT HAPPENS IN THE US AND OTHER COUNTRIES IS ALSO WHAT YOU WILL CONTINUE TO HEAR.

    KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AND TRUTH TELLING ALL AROUND.

    THE TRUTH IS ALWAYS REFRESHING WHETHER WE LIKE IT OR NOT.

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  • Sigh! More misrepresentations. SMH.

    You guys are hopeless.

    David,

    Too many complicated passwords for my aging brain. I have forgotten the password for my e-mail account and I’m logged out. I will fix it or create a new account so that Lisa can reach me. Some time today I will send you a message so that we two can link up.

    Too early in the morning for me to navigate these things as slight as they may seem for many.

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  • Donna

    I sent you an email with my number.. then I came here and saw your post.
    I will send my number to David so that he can give it to you when your new account in up.

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    “I’m having trouble calling this a democracy when some practices would call it something else. ”

    It’s not any democracy, it’s a FRAUDULENT permanent SLAVE SOCIEY….don’t let anyone lull you into any backward thinking where it’s concerned….they are ALL hellbent on keeping Afrikans trapped for another 100 years in corruption, thefts, oppression, disenfranchisement, disempowement, racism, and apartheid…watch your step…don’t let anyone try to put SHIT IN YOUR HEAD and tell you it came from FAKE paradise.,,you will find there are some on here who are just like that…

    “They will need to become creative to make the breadfruit, yam and sweet potatoes appealing for the kids.”

    they can’t even get creative to UPGRADE the island from a 400 year old slave society…they would have to TIEF the concept from a creative..

    “The problem with this society is the inability of its leaders to look at things holistically, and let go of having such a top heavy society.”

    they can’t…they like to pretend, first world, world class, punching above weight status…a bunch of copycats with no original ideas…while marinated in fake colonial titles created for the occasion and JUST FOR THEM..

    “Just like everything else they need to preserve that construct of a class system to feel like somebodies. We are a very backward at going forward type of people. We are incapable of the thought of levelling up.”

    they want to level up BUT ONLY ON TOP OF EACH OTHER like the CRABS they are……..the 11 plus slaves with 8 year old primary school and high school mindsets…

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    “I keep saying people on BU keep presenting rosy pictures because it eases their conscience.

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    ITS NOT CONSIENCE IT IS BLATANT DISHONESTY AND NOT LIVING IN REALITY.”

    Dishonest and LYING…..told yall they ARE SNEAKY LIARS on BU…well PRACTICED LIARS…a danger to Afrikan people…i have watched them for YEARS telling lies that are barely discernable……they are the ones love to call other people liars…..

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    while marinated in fake colonial titles created for the occasion and JUST FOR THEM..

    at one point when this government first crawled into the parliament, there was this dude from UK, can’t remember the exact circumstances, would have to sit and think…..but he was gently PROMPTING THEM TO END THE SHITE TITLES the honorable dishonorable Slave titles this and that they are so proud of.that they think gives them respectability and status, and still to realize that it’s only in the backward minds of political pimps/fowls/Slaves who are impressed by shite like themselves…

    ..now they have added even more pretense, the most honorable this and that…all SHITEHOUNDS and pretenders…all UNDER INVESTIGATION for this and that DECADES OF CRIMINALITY…….

    he was trying to be diplomatic but i would have called them all OUT AS FRAUDS for the WHOLE WORLD TO SEE and know……

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  • Wura

    Good morning to you..your post make me smile because you are so passionate.
    They’re people who would prefer to remain ignorant to their past, and unfortunately there will always be people who don’t want to know about the things you are so passionate about. I agree with you about knowing who we are, but being real you find many people here unwilling to recognise they are black people living in a white man system. This is a majority black population, and their experience of racial impacts are very different from the types of experiences of those of us living as minorities in a society might experience and have to grow up fast because of it. Some might not understand that our passion comes from seeing what a majority can be, yet, see them miss the opportunity to their own brand of greatness. They might never understand how some experiences shape us, and make us want our people to think outside the boxes of societal norms. We are focused on heritage tourism as the moment, and when I say we have none I get funny looks. We have to let go of a lot to gain much, and we are not ready to do such things because of fear.

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  • @Lisa

    We are a Eurocentric society. It will take a relevant education system to ensure there is a awareness about our lineage.

    Education education which is a process. Take note it is a process every where. There is no utopia.

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  • Everyone

    Can I get the blogs help in holding the feet of agencies to the fire as it relates to someone following through to help Theresa?

    It just takes people calling NAB and asking them to look into helping the old lady hanging Top Rock gas station. They know the area where her former home is and need to follow by making contact with those people within. If enough people call about the same person they will be moved to do something.

    All it takes are a few more people other than myself, and they will see that her welfare is of interest to the public. After all her years out there I was the only one, and one isn’t enough to get them to understand this human matters.

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    “Good morning to you..your post make me smile because you are so passionate.
    They’re people who would prefer to remain ignorant to their past, and unfortunately there will always be people who don’t want to know about the things you are so passionate about. ”

    Thanks Lisa….been fighting this battle for 10 YEARS…..and inadvertently got thrown into it while dealing with another matter….someone has to expose these things are they will stay like that and WELL HIDDEN for another 500 YEARS…and all ya will get are weak excuses..

    .BUT….by then the Afrikan population would have been systematically DISINTEGRATED TO NOTHING like the white supremacist criminals did in Argentina…they are well on their way of keeping up the pretense that it’s a paradise and they are happy…..even though most don’t have access to a decent plate of food, still accepting slave wages and TRAPPED IN BONDAGE…

    “but being real you find many people here unwilling to recognise they are black people living in a white man system. ”

    over and over some of us, very few, recognized and keep posting that it’s a CRIMINAL SYSTEM designed by SLAVE MASTERS and MUST BE ABANDONED…

    “This is a majority black population, and their experience of racial impacts are very different from the types of experiences of those of us living as minorities in a society might experience and have to grow up fast because of it. ”

    you will be horrified that the racism and apartheid in Barbados is MUCH MORE CONCENTRATED than it is in US with its over 350 MILLION PEOPLE….

    the island is very tiny and it’s all ENABLED by wicked traitor governments to appease a small gang of racists and thieves in the minority crimunity…..when you get enablers…it makes things even WORSE

    …i have lived in US so well in tune with the difference….these here built a barracks of race hatred that surrounds Afrikan descents all in a bid to STEAL EVERYTHING THEY HAVE, diminish the people, use their presence to enrich themselves generationally, and it has worked to perfection for over 100 years….and they believe they can take it even further…..but they have a problem, they are a few of us who are not as gullible as the majority and can see their every evil move….and have NO INTENTION for our grands and great grands to be subjected to their generational CRIMES…

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  • David

    I agree with you to an extent. However, no matter what time it takes to deconstruct and unlearn what has been imprinted for generations. We do have the ability to free ourselves on an individual level of this way of thinking that impacts or behaviours.

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    *someone has to expose these things OR..

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    -even though most don’t have access to a decent plate of food, CLEAN DRINKING WATER…because they tief it and sell it to their minority friends or take bribes for them to run illegal connections….DEPRAVING Afrikan people around the island of water, most vulnerable people still accept slave wages and remain TRAPPED IN BONDAGE…and they now got this white dude, paying him a ton of taxpayers money to push SLAVERY TOURISM..more bondage for the upcoming generation….

    hope they are not waiting for some white person or other minority to EDUCATE THEM…cause i got PUSH BACK on BU for trying that’s why i now have my own websites……where anyone can go and EDUCATE THEMSELVES….that is the first step and head start they always needed..

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  • Wura
    Yes, but remember we still live in that experience here where the white man was master. I’ve met people here that a shocked by the thought of poor white people. People are still taught that the white people have money and jobs and are tourist. These things have been taught and as David said education is key, but how do you teach people who don’t want to learn?

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  • @Lisa

    A pragmatic approach away from the nebulous froth some feel comfortable spouting. The blogmaster passed the area yesterday but she was obviously on the move.

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  • @Lisa

    We can agree to disagree. We are products of our learnings and environment. The enlightened among us must agitate to see relevant change to assist others who are not as aware.

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    “but how do you teach people who don’t want to learn?”

    WITH INFORMATION ABOUT THEIR ANCESTRY, their languages, cultures and tradition, even using just videos and photos, they are mostly a VISUAL PEOPLE…as opposed to literal…they have to fight to survive and most had no time to read, so reading is not high on their list…..we can work with that.. their ancestral information was hidden from them FOR CENTURIES…and then by every LIAR FRAUD and PRETENDER in black facrt that saw the parliament as just another GET RICH QUICK SCAM.

    still hidden although the usual suspects got their eyes set on running scams on the continent… …..and got the nerve to believe they will win..

    you will lose A LOT…the indoctrination was total and they completed it by indoctrinating each other with utter shit….like can be found on BU daily….which leads to nowhere but more talk..

    but…am happy to report i get HUNDREDS of people traversing my websites, Barbados is WELL REPRESENTED …and it’s mostly geared toward the young although seniors and others are also well represented, they are reading…..that’s progress…so in time, something will stick….i have had some excellent results…

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    *as opposed to LITERARY…

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    *and then by every LIAR FRAUD and PRETENDER in black face…

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  • David
    She goes around the back of Dover and over by the house a few times throughout the day. Sometimes I’m all over and missing her as she goes through a track or across a pasture while I’m in another road. She would go across the road by the trees at the bottom of the hill into Greame Hall, and I fear one of these days she might get knocked down by a car or something.

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  • William Skinner

    I was taught to cleanup my yard rather go through the village telling people to clean up theirs.
    I don’t understand what a homeless person sleeping in any other part of the world has to go with one sleeping in Bridgetown.
    Telling me there are homeless people everywhere does not solve the plight of the homeless person in Bridgetown any better.
    But , I may be missing something.
    2. The nonsense never stops. We have a Blogmaster who trumpets citizen involvement but when citizens come here expressing legitimate concerns , he sits on high, like the political class he pretends to despise, and describes their contributions as “ froth “
    Nobody to guard the guardians.
    But we like it so.

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  • David,

    Too many complicated passwords for my aging brain. I have forgotten the password for my e-mail account and I’m logged out. I will fix it or create a new account so that Lisa can reach me. Some time today I will send you a message so that we two can link up.

    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

    Lisa

    Be very careful of this individual who has conveniently forgot password to email account.

    Word to the wise.

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  • The nonsense never stops. We have a Blogmaster who trumpets citizen involvement but when citizens come here expressing legitimate concerns , he sits on high, like the political class he pretends to despise, and describes their contributions as “ froth “
    Nobody to guard the guardians.
    But we like it so.

    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    Never a greater truth told

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  • Barbados has a homeless shelter run by a concerned Barbadian
    Makes with all the noise coming from within the halls of BU how many here has ever contributed
    #########Barbados alliance for the homeless

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    “he sits on high, like the political class he pretends to despise, and describes their contributions as “ froth “”

    well, pointing out that Afrikan people are eurocentric educated……A STEP DOWN…given our great ANCESTRAL HISTORY………and the usual boast that they are conservative……without understanding the true definition of that RACIST word…

    while knowing NOTHING about Fabianism or how the Afrikan population were PUSHED INTO THIS CURRENT TRAP…does not exactly engender confidence….

    still waiting for them to pretend they know what Fabianism is, but that one is definitely a bridge too far…..far out of reach of PRETENSE…

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  • William Skinner June 29, 2022 8:28 AM #: “Telling me there are homeless people everywhere does not solve the plight of the homeless person in Bridgetown any better.”

    Mr. Skinner

    I’ve not seen any contributor make any comparisons to homeless people in Barbados with homeless people in any other matters country…… as you and some others seem to be implying.

    So, I’m a bit curious as to what was the basis for your comments?

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  • ****** in any other country.

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  • William Skinner

    @ Artax
    All I am saying is that we need to clean up our yard first. I could have used any example: cleaning the streets; paying workers starvation wages; not holding those in authority, both public and private, accountable etc
    The only reason for my saying homeless is because that seems to be the subject matter under discussion at this time. I never attributed the statement to anybody.
    Peace.

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    pointing out that Afrikan people are eurocentric educated……A STEP DOWN…given our great ANCESTRAL HISTORY……as the world’s FIRST EDUCATORS, creators of LANGUAGES and EVERYTHING ELSE…

    IT’S INSULTING…

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    That’s our POINT OF REFERENCE, the starting point..

    .Afrikans CREATED, READING, WRITING and societies that could withstand the test of time…..with structures still IN PLACE from over 10,000 YEAR AGO…

    that’s why no one should pay any attention to the eurocentric slave mind, they cannot teach us anything except to be just like them……another STEP DOWN…..for the simple reason that OUR ANCESTORS TAUGHT EUROPEANS everything they know and TWISTED….

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  • The e-mail situation will be resolved when my son wakes up, you idiot. I hardly slept last night. Too agitated. Too dazed. I am perpetually shocked by people like Donald Trump. Those hearings were more disturbing than I imagined.

    If you receive word that the situation has not been resolved by three o’ clock you can talk your talk. I have stated many times that my son is nocturnal. He is still asleep. And my head is in a tailspin.

    There has never been ANYONE who has advised ANYONE to beware of me. I am open with who I am. But Lisa can allow a sniper like you to stop her from getting some help with Theresa, if she is so inclined.

    I could bet my last dollar that she’d be better off with me than with those who only peep out to cast aspersions on the character of a person I am willing to bet, they do not know. Because if you did know me, you would say that I am a sweetie until you “interfere” with me. The only people who have to be wary of me are those who attempt to harm me.

    ‘Cause Donna doan play!

    If more people were consistent, persistent and insistent in fighting for just outcomes for themselves, wunnuh would not be on BU moaning and groaning about the state of Barbados.

    As I have said here, I have won all battles that were important to me. I have friends who have been in similar positions and still haven’t achieved resolution.

    Bajans will never see change by talking, talking, talking!

    You bizzy body need to stop hiding and sniping. Expose yourself by posting full opinions on the issues.

    Or maybe you are simply posting under a second alias. Wouldn’t be the first time it has happened on BU.

    Lisa should beware of “snakes in the grass, dirty and slimy”.

    Donna puts it all out there. She ain’t hiding!

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  • Donna – Dullard = Izod?

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    Lisa will learn that they are VERY FEW people on BU she can trust, i learned that VERY EARLY……..they are known by their posts….DON’T BE FOOLED…take everyone with a grain or bag of salt until you sort them out…talk is CHEAP..

    .all we got on BU was talk for 16 YEARS, for me 10…then i put up educational websites because i realize that TALK ALONE GETS YOU NOWHERE, and we were reaching a very critical stage in the fraud perpetrated on Afrikans for the last century by black traitors…. and as i will not enable a talk only blog indefinitely…. THEY GOT PISSED OFF…

    so she will have to tread ever so carefully….

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    and the government has SPIES ON THE BLOG daily…..both governments did that but BLP has a much STRONGER PRESENCE FOR reasons that many know about…

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  • I’m ‘trying extremely hard find out’ what methods someone would use to determine whether or not they could trust people on an ANONYMOUS blog, who they don’t know, never met….. or with whom they DON’T SHARE any personal, professional or casual relationship?

    But, at the end of the day, certain individuals’ sole purpose is making BU about them and their beliefs, while trying to alienate other people…… as evidenced by the ‘tail end’ of every thread.

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  • @Artax

    Leave it alone please.

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  • Everyone

    Thanks for the concern, but I’m a big girl and know how to handle myself.
    I’ve manage to reach my age always keeping an open mind and never allowing myself to become overly judgemental. I get to know people for myself, and allow people the grace to be themselves around me.

    This might be a sore spot with some, but we are too suspicious of each other.

    Yes, we are on a blog, but let us all share a space and have differences of opinions and still respect that we are all individuals with different experiences. We can all agree here that we need to see change and believe that politics and poor governance hurt us all, but remember that we can’t get anything done on our own.

    If we could come here some days and work on solutions, knowing the political party have virtual salmon tot retrievers to bring and carry news.. then lets give them ideas to implement. We are in agreement that they have no real ideas of their own, so lets come together here and give them something to work with for the good of the country.

    We can all make noise on this blog and argue till the cows come home, but we should also send the message that people want change and are willing to do just more than complain. As a majority black country, the reason why we can’t grow is the fact that we spend more time fighting against each other, while tripping over ourselves to help ‘others’. Let us start over and give each the space and respect to be ourselves and find some way of working together for the common good.

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  • We can all make noise on this blog and argue till the cows come home, but we should also send the message that people want change and are willing to do just more than complain. As a majority black country, the reason why we can’t grow is the fact that we spend more time fighting against each other, while tripping over ourselves to help ‘others’. Let us start over and give each the space and respect to be ourselves and find some way of working together for the common good

    Xxxxxxxx

    TRUE THAT

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  • The hypocrisy that came out of the many comments yesterday took my mind to a person who was fighting on behalf of their mother interest
    An interest that dug deep into the heart of named Minister lack of having a moral compass
    Remermber how Jackie Stuart was maligned and labeled as being dishonest and a trouble maker
    Her videos speaking of truths were taken down
    Now here listening to some who were the masters ond mistresses of labeling her talking about what should be said and done in this case
    Couldn’t makes this stuff up

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  • Lisa,

    I have sent an e-mail address to David, rather than the one I use for BU.

    I have asked him to pass it on to you.

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  • “I have become tired. being back here because it seems everyone has an agenda and a selfish undercurrent is ever present.”

    “They couldn’t just add the tax to the south coast people that benefited from the works, but the whole island has to pay.”

    Contradictory much?

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  • Donna
    Was out all afternoon looking for Theresa.. just got home so will check my email in a bit.

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  • Enuff
    I’ve been reading this blog for awhile see clearly why many on here take issue with you.
    You add nothing of value, and seem to represent the percentage on the rock who can be dismissed as being ass wipes.

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  • NorthernObserver

    Missed it maybe?
    Interesting how the hearing/case into PMs brother’s death is being heard in what for Bim is record time!

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  • Lisa
    Selfishness is selfishness. Feel free to join the anti-Enuff brigade but do continue to assist Theresa. Years now I’ve enjoyed seeing her bedecked and stepping like a hollywood superstar up and down the south coast. I recall a friend telling me years ago that her son sent money for her to the bank from overseas. Don’t know if that was true. Hope she gets help.

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  • @ NorthernObserver,

    The case should be of interest to those who intend to return to Barbados to live.

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  • Enuff
    I’m not the type of person that like saying nasty things, but I wasn’t in the mood for jibes. I get it.. you are a party faithful, but you just seem to come on the blog to blindly defend. Have you ever considered that defending a party the way you do, might at some point disappoint you? Swear for no one but yourself.

    Everyone has seen Theresa and no one has helped her after all these years and I have a real problem with that.

    Theresa has a son who has mental health issues and lives in an abandon building. You should do Theresa a solid and get on the phone to one of your politician friends and tell them she needs help. I just got home from spending an afternoon walking about asking people if they seen her, maybe social workers from the NAB should hit the pavement to do their jobs.

    I will continue to help Theresa thanks, but these fucking agencies run by public sector morons should offer help. You are part of the problem for seeing her out there all these years.. yet did nothing. I swear I’m sick of humans.

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  • Lisa
    I blindly defend nothing. Get up good.

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  • Enuff
    I’ve been reading this blog for awhile see clearly why many on here take issue with you.
    You add nothing of value, and seem to represent the percentage on the rock who can be dismissed as being ass wipes.

    Xxxxxxxx

    Didn’t take you long to assess the fool

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  • “Missed it maybe?
    Interesting how the hearing/case into PMs brother’s death is being heard in what for Bim is record time!”

    Two Barbadoses?
    No need to fix the system for the other.

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  • Everyone sees it TheO
    But we are so accustomed to such privilege by these ‘muguffies’ that we actually EXPECTED this.
    Normal Bowls would have been dismissed as trouble-makers for even questioning ANY medical responsibility for a death…and some have been many times – even here on BU.

    It is an interesting turn of events however, since many doctors have likewise been ‘doing as they like’ to ordinary folks for some time now… so it may be yet another case of “one-smart” reaching “two-smart’s” door.

    When “muguffy elephants” fight, the brass gets trampled boss….

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  • @BAJE June 29, 2022 12:51 AM “NO WONDER SLAVERY LASTED FOR 400 YEARS PLUS ON THE 2 X 3 ISLAND”

    Your beloved USA enslaved people who look just like me and you from 1526 to 1865, by my count that is 339 years.

    Slavery existed in Barbados from 1627 to 1838 by my count that is 211 years.

    If you are going to make an argument it is wise to stick to the facts. The truth is that black people were treated very badly in colonial America, then the USA and in Barbados. That bad treatment has not ended in either place.

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  • @NO
    Yours@5.50pm
    I was thinking the same thing but didn’t want to disturb the peace.

    @Theo
    Are you insinuating that someone pulled rank?

    Them that’s got shall get
    With a nod to Lady day

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  • @William Skinner June 28, 2022 10:57 PM “Just yesterday on Brasstacks, I heard a woman called in and said that her weekly carry home wages was $136.42 ”

    I spoke to a lady today to ask her how much she paid her domestic helper, for cleaning and laundry, no cooking nor child or elder care. She told me $170 per day.

    We last hired a domestic helper to provide cleaning, cooking and elder care [no dementia] and we paid $50 per day up to the end of the first quarter of 2006. We also paid time and a half for anything over 35 hours per week.

    For gardening services I pay $100. The job takes about 3 hours, so that is $33.33 per hour.

    Nobody should work for $136.42 per week. That lady should advertise her services and charge at least $100 per day, plus the $7 or $14 busfare it will take her to get to/from her job. Perhaps she will need to work for 5 different employers, but making $500+ a week would make it worth her while. Excellent or even good housekeepers and gardeners are actually in short supply.

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  • Your beloved USA enslaved people who look just like me and you from 1526 to 1865, by my count that is 339 years.

    Xxxxxxxxx

    KEEP SHOWING YOUR SILLINESS

    I DON’T HAVE A BELOVED ANYWHERE.

    I CALL OUT THE US WHENEVER I DISAGREE
    IT IS CALLED MATURITY WHICH MANY OF YOU CAN’T DO ON THE 2X3 ISLAND.

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  • How many of you added your voice today in calling Elder Affairs or the NAB to make a report about Theresa?
    We come on here using it as a venting space, no one takes an active roles towards getting anything done. You all know that if questions were raised about the death of a family member it would be ignored. Even though I respect the need for any family doing what they could to get the answers they seek about a family members death, this looks bad for the family let it play out in public. It speaks to the privilege of a few, and the disregard of many.

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  • I’m so tired, I didn’t complete some words in my last post.

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  • How many of you added your voice today in calling Elder Affairs or the NAB to make a report about Theresa?

    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    COULD YOU POST THE CONTACT NUMBERS AS SOME OF US ARE OVERSEAS?

    THANKS

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  • BAJE

    Thanks for the offer to raise concern. After all, we are now in hurricane season and she and many others sleep outside.

    Someone told me about a little boy 11 years old that was put out some night last week, and the lady next-door saw him and took him in. The child services are involved because they’re 2 little boys being mistreated. They need someone willing to look after both little boys so they wouldn’t be separated.

    An island this small should have enough community minded people to step in and help, but it seems that most are out for themselves only. People boast about the charities, yet going about daily they would step over someone on a path because no cameras are around to see you picking them up. The mentality here is very crab in a bucket.

    We have a broken society, where a call to action for change brings most fear instead of a response. Bajans are a cowardly bunch, fear of everything stops them from moving. Overall it is fear of a political class that keeps them in check, fear of the unknown response. NAB: +246 535 3131.

    You ask to speak with a social worker when you call the PBX. There is a new head of the dept, who told me she was now being updated on cases in the dept. I think she is still waiting on those updates.

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    “We are in agreement that they have no real ideas of their own, so lets come together here and give them something to work with for the good of the country.”

    What you don’t know about that, they get their best ideas from the BU Fowl Blog and what do they do with them….twist them into corruption to benefit themselves and minorities only….it’s a tried and true method, last person PLT gifted them the work at home concept during the pandemic….he GIFTED IT…they still tried to STEAL A GIFT…..gave themselves credit, tried to demonize PLT and they can’t move forward from that, upgrade it or anything, instead of engaging with the person who created it, now they don’t know what to do it’s a trend decades old…….stuck…

    you will learn all these things as you go along.

    “People boast about the charities, yet going about daily they would step over someone on a path because no cameras are around to see you picking them up.”

    the charities are scams for money laundering purposes or to RIP OFF THE TREASURY…

    “It speaks to the privilege of a few, and the disregard of many.”

    all by reflex..

    “That bad treatment has not ended in either place.”

    neither has it ended in UK and Europe…..it’s worldwide…for a reason that Afrikans have to stop pretending they FEAR and BRING IT TO AN END…..since Barbados is still a SLAVE OUTPOST, that never changed so don’t even try to pretend………remember, them and their stinking slave laws and slave codes still on statute books…..maybe THAT’S THE PLACE TO START TO MAKE THE RADICAL CHANGES…the former clearing house for the enslaved..

    “You add nothing of value, and seem to represent the percentage on the rock who can be dismissed as being ass wipes.”

    lawd….how uncannily PERCEPTIVE..

    “You are part of the problem for seeing her out there all these years.. yet did nothing. I swear I’m sick of humans.”

    those have devolved to SUBHUMAN…

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  • Morning Wura

    In fine form today I see..lol.. be good

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  • Wura

    I didn’t miss what they did to PLT.

    I saw the PM all over UK telly saying it was her idea. If they had engage with him, they might have been able to evolve and expand that project, but were indeed shortsighted.

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    Lisa…the one thing some of us on here will NEVER DO AGAIN…is give up any ideas for them to TIEF it to benefit themselves and minorities only…been there, done that…and if it’s no benefit to the majority population……THEY CAN’T HAVE IT…

    they are so lowclass and slimy, many of us don’t even want credit for anything we do to benefit the island, but these would come after you just for having the ability to create an idea….and try to reduce you publicly for being able to do it…while claiming it as their own,……lowlife scum…

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  • Sometime around the end of 2020, a ‘white bajan’ told me the PLT idea was that of some other pale fella, and I had to school her because I saw it from PLT on BU.

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  • @Lisa

    PLT has agreed he is Bajan and he will continue to work for the good of the people. Let us applaud his selflessness and encourage others to do the same.

    If you love Barbados.

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    Morning to you…

    “but were indeed shortsighted.”

    wicked, greedy and bad minded, that’s what got them in their current situation…they have been like that for WAY TOO LONG….4 generations..

    PLT…has the necessary intelligence…information…needed to move them forward, but because he is visibly more Afrikan descended than those they cater to, enable and are partners with, they thought they could push him over and benefit from it and did not see, as usual, that they are NOT INTELLECTUALLY CAPABLE of anything at that level..or have what it takes to bring anything to successful FRUITION…

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  • PTL’s idea did some longterm good for the economy though. I know someone personally who came here to work from home and her parents came to Barbados for the first time, and have since purchased a apt at Port St. Charles because they liked it here. I had to get involve with their dealings with the lawyers because the lawyers are really the lowest of the low here.

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