Easter message from Barbados Integrity Movement

As Barbados celebrates what can be constituted as one of the most significant events of the Christian Faith; the Barbados Integrity Movement notes that most Barbadians have come from or eventually gravitated to a religious background which has been known to have shaped the fundamental principles from which we are guided today.

While the Barbadian landscape is representative of numerous cultures which may not all share the same religious beliefs; our country, for the most part, has a deep reverence for GOD and the tenets that are representative of such a belief system through examples of godly living.

These principles are the very bedrock that we as Barbadians have grown to expect in each other irrespective of cultural diversity; principles such as respect for fellow man, respect for law and order, courteous behaviour, helpfulness, respect for elders, discipline and many others too numerous to mention.

Let us reflect as a Nation on where we have gone wrong and how we can work hand in hand to recover our very brilliant past and the legacies of our forefathers and in so doing plot a new chart for our tomorrow by the grace of the Almighty God!

Can it be done? Yes, together we will achieve this and together we must!

Let us embrace each other along with all those who have chosen to call Barbados home and in so doing, let us rebuild our society one precious person at a time.

Easter is the message or characterization of the impossible (from death to life) being evidenced by the reality of the power of GOD to change everything negative into a positive for His good.

Dear Barbadians let us accomplish what seems unrealistic to the human eye by fully committing our country’s future into the hands of the Almighty GOD.

Let peace, love, hope and nationhood prevail in every aspect of our society so that we as good citizens can one day soon proudly proclaim “Alas, Barbados has risen again”, with the hopes of never returning to dismal days of deep despair.

Fellow Barbadians we are ready to serve and grow with you; we are ready to chart a new unprecedented course of Nation Building that will enable and empower our generations to come!

Happy Easter and GOD Bless Barbados.

From the BIM – “Together We Will”!

8 Responses to Easter message from Barbados Integrity Movement

  1. D. Marshall April 17, 2017 at 10:37 am

    Definition of alas
    —used to express unhappiness, pity, or concern: Life, alas, is too short.

    I think you mean Hallelujah!

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  2. Jennifer April 17, 2017 at 11:49 am

    Now this is how we can all tell that this BIM party will be of no use to the development of black people or any kind of WEALTH gaining at all. This is suppose to be a NEW party with the same old set of brainwashing rubbish that was given to us by our task masters, aka colonialist i.e “gravitated to a religious background” – “godly living”. Mind you none of these holidays are given in the scriptures. What are the fundamental principles????? Being all placid and as still as DEAD pond water sitting at the bottom with the OIL on the top which is cutting off the oxygen and stunting any kind of growth. We out here in Egypt land being happy, grateful servants for the work. “Let us reflect as a Nation on where we have gone wrong”. We went wrong from the time our fore fathers and those politicians FAILED TO RESTORE WHAT WAS LOST TO US AS A PEOPLE. My ADVICE TO YOU BIM is to start the restoration process if you have the GUTS.
    As far as I am concerned you BIM Lot is dead in the water before you even start. You have no prospects what so ever to encourage any black wealth among this people.

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    • Milli Watt April 17, 2017 at 1:44 pm

      @ Jennifer…….I am also concerned with this alignment with religion. I don’t go to church and I don’t drink, smoke, rob, cheat (well maybe a little), steal or assault members of the congregation!!!!!!!!!! based on what I just read a bunch a Christians got we where we are and a bunch a Christians going save us. There is no HOPE!!!!!!

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      • jennifer April 17, 2017 at 2:17 pm

        @milli watt – Ok then. We in one mess. Blind leading blind and we know what happen to that lot………………..

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  3. Bobo April 17, 2017 at 12:23 pm

    Ref To Integrity Movement–As A Barbabdian thank you for your thoughts — Let rebuilt our Ancestors integrity, hopefully Bajans will understand ignorance, distorted focus, and negativity is their downfall.

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  4. jrsmith April 17, 2017 at 1:58 pm

    It would be better if this movement go build a church, most bajans have gravitated to a religious back ground, that’s the whip which black people is beating themselves up with, this lot no real difference to a civil rights movement…..

    Us bajans want a party who themselves is well financed , who is not scared of doing the best for everybody in barbados , if the poor suffers ,so should the rich , but the gap in barbados is so wide this need decades to fix . Our barbados can be a lot better , we need the right people…………………………………………………
    We need protection against our politicians ,whether new or not us bajans needs the automatic right put in place to remove , politicians who is not working in the interest of the people/ voters we take a vote of no confidence in the MP her/ him to remove them from office,, bajans we cannot take any more hurt from politicians, lets give ourselves some protection………..

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    • jennifer April 17, 2017 at 2:14 pm

      Jrsmith – all of what u say will take GUTS. It is the said political lot that have allowed the gap to become wide. Mind you this lot is doing the same identical angling. So we will be in the same HOLE as before.

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  5. Peter April 17, 2017 at 4:22 pm

    These comments are full of parables and wishful thinking. Bottom line? MONEY TALKS. BULL SHEET WALKS…. face it folks Who Has the Money. They will call the shots. THAT’S LIFE. You want change? You CAN’T change it with comments and wishful thinking. THAT IS FACT.

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