I often post on Barbados Underground about our [Barbados] lack off exposure in the Toronto media. Today I want to point out 17 minutes of media exposure Barbados got (October 2) on the Canadian National news program on CBC TV. The National is probably the most widely watched news program in Canada
The segment, named OFFSHORE EXPOSED, features a Canadian Lawyer, Giles Gosselin, who was formerly a lawyer at Canada Revenue Agency and now lives in Barbados and operates SG Global Consultants and DGM Bank and Trust, whose directors include Canadian Phillip Armstrong, Senator Geoffrey Cave, C. Anthony Audain, Roger Cave and John Williams . The segment can be seen (after brief commercials) on this WEBSITE or Google “Offshore Exposed”.
This is from Ex-Revenue Canada lawyer advice how to hide money offshore on the WEBSITE.
Maureen Holder replaced Peter Wickham as the CBC resident political analyst
Yesterday’s onslaught by CBC resident political analyst on TV Morning Barbados to denounce CADRES polls smacks on political opportunism. Since when was Maureen an experienced pollster anyway? From the criticisms levied and brazen arguments put forward, one would have believed she had experience in this field and conducted many many polls, locally and regionally, comparable to CADRES.The unfortunate incident could do nothing more, than to discredit a professional pollster and affiliated organization CADRES. In boomerang, enabling the opportunity of placing one’s creditability on the line, come the morning after elections, should one be proved wrong. The amount of egg that would have to be caressed, should Wickham’s polls prove correct, is enough to put Star Chick out of business for a month and possibly destroy one’s own credibility.
Since when do professionals exhibit such officious behaviour any way ?
Dear me Madam, what were you thinking? Could there be some other logical explanation for the now accepted regular BLEEP or has the Carson contagious disease gone epidemic?