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Reverse Esoterics: The Arcane Transhumanist Deception Agenda, Digital Cosmology and Man’s Quest To Raise ‘The Immortals’

Submitted by Terence Blackett “What the Empire fears most is the man who cannot be corrupted – bought or sold at any price” – Anonymous The Blue-Bloods and the Black Nobility families of Europe have been solely responsible for all the corruption and evil that exist in the world today. They were the ‘Enlightened Ones’ […]

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The Grenville Phillips Column | Response to Mia Mottley – We Are Not Family

The leader of the BLP reportedly described Solutions Barbados as a nephew of and supported by the DLP.  She thinks that all parties are out to get her.  She is entirely wrong. The BLP and DLP can be described as a family.  They share members and entertain us with their platform humour, but they are […]

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Paradise (Clearwater Bay Ltd) Sold to Pharliciple Inc

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Implode Hilton, Rebuild Hilton THEN Sell Hilton

The following article by Afra Raymond about state owned hotels is timely because of the government of Barbados decision to dump the Barbados Hilton for USD80 millions -it is being whispered. The point Afra raises about the need for disclosure of the agreements between government and the hotel management company in the public interest fuels […]

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The Adrian Loveridge Column – Guests Being Short-changed on Accommodation

Late last year I experienced probably the worst ever hotel stay that I have personally endured in almost five decades of being involved in the tourism industry. As I had fully pre-paid the hotel through a well known third party booking agency which does not identify the actual hotel until payment has been made, I […]

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Shame on the Three Blind Mice of the Caribbean Community

All over the world today, the United States Department of State and the US’s billionaire Secretary of State Rex Tillerson (former CEO of the rapacious American multi-national oil corporation Exxon Mobil) are gleefully boasting about the coup that they pulled off in engineering the so-called “Lima Group of States” (inclusive of the CARICOM states of […]

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The Jefferson Cumberbatch Column – Déjà vu All Over Again?

The title of today’s essay is usually credited to the US baseball player, Yogi Berra, a sportsman more celebrated perhaps for the quirkiness of his expressions than for his exploits on the field, even though he was certainly no slouch there, winning more World Series rings than any other player in history. It was he […]

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Not So Fast Freundel | It Was Dr. Richie Haynes Who Engineered Pardons for the MARTYRS of 1937

I have been informed that Prime Minister Freundel Stuart declared in the House of Assembly today (Friday the 16th of February 2018) that his Government has just instituted a measure to pardon all those Barbadian martyrs who were convicted of criminal offences in the People’s Uprising of July 1937. Well I have news for Mr […]

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Call for a STRONG Voice to Curb “Misbehaving and Deviance”

The following was shared by Leslie P. Lett’s who is a Secondary School teacher of some repute to Facebook. Many great ideas and recommendations came from our members who are the ones in the “trenches” daily…and they have been coming for quite some time. Surely, they deserve a hearing and an exploration by Officialdom. I […]

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The Grenville Phillips Column – Liberating Our Youth

Last week, we described how our secondary school students could graduate with some measure of independence.  This can be achieved by keeping our students interested in learning by teaching them the practical aspects of subjects during the first three years, and then training them to start and grow successful businesses using this practical knowledge. Our […]

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Barbados Association of Professional Engineers Issues Statements on Potholes and South Coast Sewage Problems

Submitted by the Barbados Association of Professional Engineers (BAPE) The Barbados Association of Professional Engineers (BAPE) issues three press releases:- The Potholes Problem (1) The Potholes Problem (2) The South Coast Sewage Problem  

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Serious Wiretapping Questions for Owen Arthur

Submitted by David Comissiong, Citizen of Barbados In the Sunday Sun front page newspaper article of 11th February 2018 titled Not On My Watch, former Commissioner of Police, Darwin Dottin, publicly confirmed :- (1) that there are “extra-regional third parties” who provide the Royal Barbados Police Force with the “capability” to tap the telephones of […]

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2018-2019 Estimates Debate

The following was extracted from the Government Information Service website:- Government’s Budget, setting out the Estimates of Expenditure and Revenue for the financial year 2018-2019, was today laid in Parliament, together with a projected forecast for the current financial year 2017-2018, and the Barbados Sustainable Recovery Programme (BSRP). These will form the basis of the […]

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The Adrian Loveridge Column – COPA!

The announcement of the long awaited twice weekly (Tuesdays and Fridays) direct service by COPA from Panama to Barbados is great news in my humble opinion and offers infinite possibilities for us to grow arrival numbers out of Central and South America. Not just from Panama alone, but the incredible hub and spoke system that […]

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The Jeff Cumberbatch Column – The Fundamental Right to Know

“Next to doing the right thing, the most important thing is to let people know you are doing the right thing”. –John D. Rockefeller The several guaranteed rights and freedoms in our Constitution are each directed towards a more substantial democratic existence for the individual citizen by the preservation of his or her dignity and […]

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The Caswell Franklyn Column – DLP Preparing to Fool Public Servants a Third Time

The Barbados Today of February 5, 2018 reported that Prime Minister Freundel Stuart announced that thousands of public servants, who had been working for three or more years, would receive their official appointments by March 1st. That announcement was made the previous night at a Democratic Labour Party meeting. Over the years, I have come […]

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A Heather Cole Article – Canepiece to Cask: Stories from Nicholas Abbey Must be Stopped!

Open Letter to: The Director, Tourism Product Authority The Director, National Cultural Foundation The Chief Labour Officer Dear Sirs, RE: Cane Piece to Cask: Stories from Nicholas Abbey It is February and it is Black History month. It is the month when black people celebrate the little that we know of Africa, the persons who […]

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Will Chris Sinckler Answer Questions Posed by Mia Mottley?

The Leader of the Opposition Mia Mottley at a press conference this week asked Minister Chris Sinckler to answer eight questions. The questions are pertinent sane observers will agree given the perilous state of the economy based on reports delivered last week by Governor Cleviston Haynes and this week from the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB). […]

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