Submitted by Observing
The deafening silence of a large segment of the public where national socio-political matters are concerned is concerning.
Politics aside, all uh we have some part to play in the growth of the country and the development of the generation that will pay our pensions. If we don’t well crappo smoke we pipe.
The recent signing of a “mission Barbados” agreement was the latest attempt at using smoke and mirrors to rub cliches and prescribed narratives in our faces at a time when robust national discourse and debate should be revealing true true ideas and real real solutions to our ever pressing and ever looming challenges.
How in heavens name can it be claimed that labour is fully on board with Government, when CTUSAB the umbrella body was not present (Caswell either).
What do these six points mean from a policy perspective, or are we still satisfied rhetoric is a good replacement for reality and good governance?