Don’t be distracted by the ‘huff and puff’, warns PM

“Ignore the high winds, ignore the fires and listen to the still small voice”.

This was the firm advice given by Prime Minister Freundel Stuart to party faithful, as he addressed the 62nd anniversary church service of the ruling Democratic Labour Party (DLP) at the Bethesda Tabernacle, Vauxhall, Christ Church this morning.

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart holding hands with some key members of his ruling DLP administration.

Vaguely mentioning the upcoming general election, Stuart, who is yet to reveal a date for the much-anticipated poll that is constitutionally due within the next year, assured the congregation that the DLP’s position was not under threat amid what he called the “huff and puff” of opposition forces.

Outgoing DLP representative for The City Patrick Todd in conversation with businesswoman Ram Mirchandani.

“Don’t be distracted by these things because we are driving the Democratic Labour Party by the sound of the still small voice,” the Prime Minister said, adding that when the day of reckoning arrives, the country as a whole would come to realize that “what were earthquakes were only little tremors, and what we thought were high winds were only a lot of huff and puff”.

 

 

Prime Minister Stuart in conversation with staunch party supporters following the church service.

During his address, Stuart zeroed in on the DLP’s record of educational achievements, dating back to its founding father Errol Walton Barrow. However, he said, since the party’s return to office in 2008, it has had to “do what the others have not gotten around to do”, in a seeming reference to its decision to end free tertiary education at the University of the West Indies, which has proven too costly for Government to maintain.

The Prime Minister also announced that, in keeping with Section 89A of the Constitution of Barbados, a new teaching service commission will be established here in a few weeks time.

Although he did not give a precise date, Stuart said the 3, 600 teachers employed by the Ministry of Education will answer to the commission on the issues such as appointments and promotions which “have bedevilled the teaching profession over the past 40 years”.

Stuart said “[the commission] will put members of the teaching profession in a position to get the highly specialized treatment and attention that they both need and deserve”.

 

93 Responses to Don’t be distracted by the ‘huff and puff’, warns PM

  1. Cynthia Hoyte
    Cynthia Hoyte April 23, 2017 at 11:05 pm

    Say that again!

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  2. Sherwin Patterson
    Sherwin Patterson April 23, 2017 at 11:26 pm

    Joke

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    • Peter April 24, 2017 at 9:31 am

      Stealing some early comments space here. I am missing some facesnin those photos. Some yard fowls like lying miss undecided, Matthews that calls himself Arthur, Lackie Carson C Cadogan. and Mr. standing room only Straker’s Tennentry.
      The members of the Command center in George Street, then secret c leadership hounds, like Kelly, Donville, Richard the selected one, Dr. David, even Dennis of Lowe. Though I must admit that holy place was full of emptiness. Both presence and brains.

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  3. Ziggy Blessed
    Ziggy Blessed April 23, 2017 at 11:28 pm

    BOSS you gine down in history as the worst PM this country ever had………….

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  4. Sean Chandler
    Sean Chandler April 23, 2017 at 11:38 pm

    Would love him to speak in plain English instead of parables all the time.

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    • Carson C. Cadogan April 24, 2017 at 6:10 am

      All you need to do is to learn to understand ENGLISH.

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      • harry turnover April 24, 2017 at 7:37 am

        Carson C Cadogan…….good reply …but… If I did Stephen Lashley I woulda hold both of Esther Byers’ ( looking sexy in that dress) hands since he was stretching out his right hand and Stuart like he didn’t want to hold it.
        To me it looks as though Stuart was waiting for Lashley to hold on to his hand and Lashley was looking for him to do the same and the photo man din had time to waste for DEM to decide so he pressed the button.
        CCC being an experienced inside man what is the protocol regarding the holding or shaking of hands at conferences or in Public ? cause from the time I was young my mum would often tell me that the PM ( or the most best ) has the RIGHT OF WAY ie he must EXTEND his hand FIRST then the lesser of the two would then extend his and shake or hold on.
        So Lashley ,next time wait .By now you should have known that Stuart is a man that likes to stick to protocol and always remember the saying that ‘ short people should only be seen ,but not heard “.( a saying at Combermere in my time )…Stuart musse in even see you jack.

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      • h,callender April 24, 2017 at 9:58 am

        @Carson, his english and quotes are from the medieval times that has nothing to do with the real issues that modern Barbados is facing or he wants to take the country back to those times.

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  5. Keith Forde
    Keith Forde April 24, 2017 at 12:10 am

    YOU HAVE TO ,NO MAYBE ABOUT IT.I WILL NOT BE SIDETRACK WITH YOUR RHETORIC.

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  6. jus me April 24, 2017 at 2:10 am

    YES SIR I AGREE WITH YOU 100%
    YOU ARE HEREBY

    TOTALLY IGNORED

    AMEN

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  7. Sunshine Sunny Shine April 24, 2017 at 4:09 am

    Don’t worry Stuey, the huffs and puffs will end soon and your well establish legacy as a pretensive poser will only be superceded by your reputation as a big word saying nutten nuffatarian. I hope you know that a significant amount of DLP supporters ain’t falling for yout tactricks. You have done more harm and insulted so many Barbadians to redeem yourself now. So, go to the ant thou sluggard consider his ways and let him bite the crap out of ya.

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  8. Carol Grant Cumberbatch
    Carol Grant Cumberbatch April 24, 2017 at 4:10 am

    Lord have mercy.

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  9. Rawle Spooner
    Rawle Spooner April 24, 2017 at 5:06 am

    Guess he talking tough and arrogant to DLP yard fowls so not surprise by his b/s.

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    • Jennifer April 24, 2017 at 7:46 am

      @Rawle Spooner – Mind you by the looks of it he got some rich yard fowls up in there too. He feeling for them craw and them feeling for his.

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  10. jrsmith April 24, 2017 at 5:10 am

    Denial, denial , denial, denial, denial,,,,,, this man treats bajans as fools , seeing what he does , he makes his way to the church knowing how locked in bajans are on the heavenly trail, this man never do this to the 1% in barbados , he dares to they would eat him alive………………………………………………

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    • h,callender April 24, 2017 at 10:20 am

      jrsmith, the DLP always have their meetings with their yard fowls, or in churches to a captive audience. Have you seen the woman from the bus commercial? look at the sorry state of the bus transportation today. I wonder what will be her next fail act for her party?

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  11. Tony Webster April 24, 2017 at 5:11 am

    We have indeed learnt from this gentleman: indeed, his penchant for polished, pedantic, rhetoric. Also, from some things that he hath wrought…such as Commissions of Enquiry; Tribunals; Other things he hath fought; and so many others he hath run away from… or merely been marked absent. After all he is a scholar, and he must be allowed to flourish this at times.

    However, we have learnt even the more , from those many, pressing, obvious things of a national stature, that he ought to have done…that he has greatly neglected, to confront; to actually accomplish, in an effective , efficient, and timely manner, and in the interest of the country as a whole. Not to mention, the small matter of creating a new, competitive (socio-economic) Barbadny hope of a viable future, for our children.

    I never, ever thought I would find myself saying this, but honesty allows me no option: Sir Lloyd, you stand titanic, when assessing how Prime Ministers on your side deal with a whole cane-field…of nettles and cow-itch. I am not the only one, making such odious (sorry Sir) comparisons, and wouldst join you now, in another ode…”To The Departing Soldier”. I too, am wondering: How the %#@**&!!?? We Get Back Here…in Rocky Gully…and de ZR outa gas?

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  12. Santini More
    Santini More April 24, 2017 at 6:01 am

    We all know that nothing distracts this man from his slumber, not even the sound of thousands of Bajans begging him to call the next election.

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  13. Diane Dias
    Diane Dias April 24, 2017 at 6:03 am

    I guess a whole shipment of tablets and cell phones are on their way from Amazon for these ‘ still small voices’ of which he speaks. In which case , they gone clear again. As I had said before , and I’ll say it again , you not hearing anything from the youngsters who are easily swayed by material things.

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    • Randolph April 24, 2017 at 7:46 am

      Is ms.Ram running in the next election?She like Stuart are the most despised people in Barbados.Birds of a feather.

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      • harry turnover April 24, 2017 at 11:40 am

        Big man…,Ram wid EVERYBODY…IS a supporter of the PIP fa years now watch and see who gine be skinning up in she face next year.

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    • Sheldine Dyall
      Sheldine Dyall April 24, 2017 at 7:48 am

      The young people regretted accepting those gifts and they’re now complaining.

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    • h,callender April 24, 2017 at 10:40 am

      Amazon! you meant China, Amazon is a reputable company and would not want to have all those complaints from the electronics that China gave them as gifts,

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  14. Bobby Gilkes
    Bobby Gilkes April 24, 2017 at 6:08 am

    Ya just got to love the man ……. you mind all the huff and puff …..lol

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  15. Anson Sobers
    Anson Sobers April 24, 2017 at 6:09 am

    Every member of the government has delivered plenty goodies within these past few days to be implemented in a few weeks but we well know the goodies from 2008 have still not been implemented so as usual we will wait and see.

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  16. Carson C. Cadogan April 24, 2017 at 6:12 am

    Well said Mr. Prime Minister.

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    • Sunshine Sunny Shine April 24, 2017 at 8:46 am

      Ahh could you please interpret the Sermon from the Mouth oh pretty please me? People like me, too, got to learn this type of English, oh Carson whose wisdom thus abound astuartly.

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    • harry turnover April 24, 2017 at 11:55 am

      CCC i doan see you in any of the photos…you din get a invitement ? a yard fowl tell me as the resident paling cock you were observing the proceedings from the comfort of the paling.

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  17. Taylor Dane
    Taylor Dane April 24, 2017 at 6:26 am

    Oh yes the huff and puff will blow the government away.

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  18. Lilian Lloyd
    Lilian Lloyd April 24, 2017 at 6:31 am

    FRUNDEL FROON BETTER KNOWN AS CHRIS SINTAX CLOWN

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  19. Don Keyote April 24, 2017 at 7:01 am

    The government between the years 1995 and 2008 on no occasion spent more than it received in revenue.

    Look what happened since

    TABLE G1 – CENTRAL ADMINISTRATION – SUMMARY OF GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS (BDS$000)

    Year Curr. Revenue Curr. Expenditure
    2008 2,439,802 2,615,682
    2009 2,490,163 2,880,279
    2010 2,281,056 2,830,101
    2011 2,412,489 2,947,257
    2012 2,461,575 2,849,816
    2013 2,160,372 2,927,180
    2014 2,265,170 3,019,846
    2015 2,458,435 2,964,673

    Source: Central Bank of Barbados

    That is “How the %#@**&!!?? We Get Back Here”

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  20. Philip Matthews
    Philip Matthews April 24, 2017 at 7:05 am

    Huff and Puff and blowing away your fortress of lies, can’t lie your way back into power this time, we need leader, not a finance minister destroying the Island and you sitting twiddling your thumbs

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  21. Bajan First April 24, 2017 at 7:07 am

    Two established political parties no difference! We need to show them both that we will not continue to switch from one to the other by voting for a third party. That will bring about the change in approach and practices which have been called for and promised for so very long. Reject them both!

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  22. Philip Matthews
    Philip Matthews April 24, 2017 at 7:12 am

    lie to me once shame on me, lie to me twice shame on you, can’t lie again and fool so many this time around, you won some seats with a handful of votes, more people suffering from the actions of a wasteful don’t care Government. pensions secure so ya don’t care do ya?

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  23. carlisle Norville April 24, 2017 at 7:24 am

    Carson C.Codogan I don’t know who you are,I dont have to know who you are, but i stand in awe that people like you, with all the hardships & the inability to lead his party, you would want to represent frundel stuart, stuart should go back to being a lawyer, some how i get the impression he lives in a mental fantasy, & has that fantasy fulfilled when he is surrounded by white people @ ilaro court,( Barbados needs a Leader not a lawer, who thinks he is smart & has black bagans covered ,( i guess yard fouls have their work to do.

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    • harry turnover April 24, 2017 at 12:06 pm

      You doan know who CCC is……CCC was once the Caribbean Confectionery Company in my time making SWEETIES …don’t know if the Company still operates…. but a fly on the wall said that .this CCC likes a lot of SWEET BREAD ….makes sure he has a lot when travelling overseas.

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  24. carlisle Norville April 24, 2017 at 7:34 am

    the prime minister,Freundel Stuart said ,ignore the winds ,ignore the fires & lisen to the still small voice,( the still small voice is asking how long will you keep my people in bondage, how long you think you can deceive them( I AM GOD ALMIGHTY, & i will set my people FREE.AMEN.!

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    • Jennifer April 24, 2017 at 7:42 am

      C. Norville – Good morning – AMEN. All praises. We ain’t got long to go. Hang tight.

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    • Randolph April 24, 2017 at 7:53 am

      The still small voice was the voice of God.Is Stuart God?Sounds close to blasphemy.

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      • Jennifer April 24, 2017 at 8:00 am

        Randolph – “Still small voice” sounds like an oxymoron. But in all honesty and truth, if someone hearing small voices it is a sign that they need committal.

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  25. Eddy Murray
    Eddy Murray April 24, 2017 at 7:40 am

    That is why, we are this stage today, because you all cry wolf, wolf, wolf and the real wolf show up you all can not deal with it.

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  26. Natalie Murray
    Natalie Murray April 24, 2017 at 7:59 am

    Barbadians would be very stupid to give the DLP a third term!!!!!

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    • Iteebah Cadogan
      Iteebah Cadogan April 24, 2017 at 4:32 pm

      Girl that won’t surprise me some ppl still believe in dem yah

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  27. Joy Waldron
    Joy Waldron April 24, 2017 at 8:07 am

    Don’t mind them hold on cause you will never sit in that position again.

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  28. harry turnover April 24, 2017 at 8:31 am

    Man why all a wunna worrying bout Stuart for ? wunna dun know wha Stuart does do ,gine do and will never do. FORGET bout Stuart and DEM NOW….but REMEMBER to kick each and everyone a DEM out next year.
    Stephen Lashley wha you doing next to the PM ? you see Sinckler,Sealy,or Kelly there ? Jones and wuk there but not next to the PM …that position is reserved for the moontown kellynomist. who may have absented himself from that position for the conference because he didn’t want to hold hands.
    Why didn’t you exchange positions with Esther? that way you could have still hold on to one of her hands…because the PM clearly does NOT want to hold your EXTENDED hand. Lashley if Esther was in your position the picture would have been more pleasant to the eye

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  29. Zeus April 24, 2017 at 8:35 am

    Have we gone back to 2013 these same comments were made back then and what was the result ……back then we heard call the election ….the man always sleeping ……this will be a landslide for the Bees ……Mia lager and in charge …….Again what was the result

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  30. Kaiser Sose
    Kaiser Sose April 24, 2017 at 8:54 am

    SIR and im being kind, you have huffed and puffed BIM into economic stagnation recession.
    2. You have huffed and Puffed by threating to raise taxes that would devastate tourism. And the supporting business cabal that depend on it to survive.
    3. You have huffed and puffed the umemployment for young people to the highest of high.
    4.You have huffed and puffed, by your failure to enact a fair retirement system, that would make way for younger people to enter into the governmental workforce. By not instituting a 20yr mandatory retirement for all public service employees.
    5. You have huffed and puffed with your inept economic policies.
    6. You have huffed and puffed by your failure to attract foreign corporations to move to BIM
    7.You have huffed and puffed by failing to promote a diverse agricultural system, thereby lessening the dependency on imports.
    8. You have huffed and puffed by not addressing the growing ILLEGAL GUN AND AMMUNITION problem by not MANDATING 25 to life hard labor sentences with out parole for gun crimes.
    9. You have huffed and puffed by not addressing the growing cocain and crack Cocain epidemic.
    10.you have huffed and puffed and not address the growing homeless problem.
    11. You have huffed and puffed by you continued disrespect to the nations TEACHERS.
    12. You haved huffed and puffed by appointing a feckless ECONOMIC MINISTER that if you gave him $10 to spend he would piss it away in the wind like he has done to the ECONOMY, A FECKLESS ATTORNEY GENERAL who sits by and watches crime spiral out of control.
    WELL SIR IF YOU ASK ME I WOULD SAY YOU ARE THE HUFF AND PUFFER IN CHIEF. Sir ISNT THAT THE POT CALLING THE KETTLE BLACK. Its just like you to blame others for your failings which makes you a morally bankrupt TROGLODYTE.
    History and results have proven that you are the worst PRIME MINISTER BARBADOS HAS EVER HAD. An thats no small feat to accomplish, you should be ashamed of your self for not taking responsibility for your incompetent leadership and stewardship of Barbados.
    BIM WILL HUFF AND PUFF AND BLOW YOU AND YOUR PARTIES GLUTINOUS MAXIMUS OUT OF OFFICE. Huffing and puffing.

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  31. BimJim April 24, 2017 at 8:58 am

    Listen to the still small voice that says, “Dear God, please not these braying jackasses for another four years!”

    Nor the other braying jackasses, either… it is TRULY time for a “sea change”, out with the old, stupid, slow, insignificant, incompetent, back-slapping, smirking, entitled and greedy mules and let us have some people in power who are serious about building our country.

    Because if our country is strong then all of us be strong and prosper. But if our country is weak and destitute then NONE of us has a chance. At all. Anywhere.

    OUT WITH BOTH HERDS OF BRAYING JACKASSES.

    “Labour” my ass, neither Dems nor Bees have cared about Labour – the people – for several decades of greediness and self-serving.

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  32. Sunshine Sunny Shine April 24, 2017 at 9:03 am

    Zeus

    Stuart and the DLP won because the morons that are the Barbados Labour Party felt in their prudence that turning up in a high price coach to make their election payments would not be intepreted along the lines of displaying their arrogant, pompous streaks. They were tooting their giddy head trumpets not knowing that their last set of arrogant displays and nonsense, prior to getting their azzes kick to the curb, was one of the main reasons why bajans decided to let the DEMs have a second term. The BLP were their worst enemies, but this time around Stuart and his Brady bunch has done enough to deliver the next election straight in the BLP hands. However, the third parties will have some influence.

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  33. Lee R April 24, 2017 at 9:58 am

    If the Prime Minister thinks that the people will give his party the reigns of government for 5 more years, well sir you must be kidding. It is time we chart a new course with a government that has a vision for our country. We cannot continue on this negative path.

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  34. Ryan Bayne
    Ryan Bayne April 24, 2017 at 10:08 am

    Ladies and gentlemen, the Messiah of the DLP has come.
    Thank you for writing such a blasphemous article last week, Mr. Atherley. SMH

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  35. jrsmith April 24, 2017 at 11:05 am

    @, Lee ,R, hail, hail, your (9.58) is interesting but let me add to this , there is every chance , that this same government could win the coming general election and what will happen????????????…
    ****************************************************
    We need some protection , we cannot allow our politicians to impose the pain on us anymore, we need to control them …….
    Bajans must change to get change , we must play hard ball against our corrupt politicians…………lets play…………..

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  36. Donild Trimp April 24, 2017 at 11:23 am

    The Prime Minister may on to something here. A lot of huff and puff from others with no substance.

    At the present moment the DLP is the only party enlightening Barbadians as to future plans.

    Solutions Barbados platform is ISO 2001. Laughable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    The BLP cannot answer a simple question as to what they will do different from the DLP if elected to power.

    From my non-scientific survey, the majority of Barbadians with brains plan to vote DLP unless another party can reveal how electing them to power will benefit Barbadians.

    I will vote for another party if any of them can give me something to hold on to but it looks as if the cupboard of ideas is empty for them.

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    • harry turnover April 24, 2017 at 1:12 pm

      Donald Trimp…..you talking a lot a TRIPE….”.At the present moment the DLP is the only party enlightening Barbadians as to future plans.”….so tell me WHO or WHICH Party is EXPECTED to ENLIGHTENED BARBADIANS ABOUT FUTURE PLANS ?…..the DLP…they ARE the GOVERNMENT…they are IN POWER…OPPOSITION parties DO NOT IMPLEMENT plans.
      If you want to know about their plans READ their MANIFESTOS
      “From my non-scientific survey, the majority of Barbadians with brains plan to vote DLP unless another party can reveal how electing them to power will benefit Barbadians.”…from your survey what …man you en do jacksh8…you just want to sound important and tell people that you en a YARDFOWL DEM.
      and you are saying that if one does not vote for DEM…dem en got brains ???? and wouldn’t that include YOU because you turn around and say that ” I will vote for ANOTHER party ….”
      DONALD TRIPE…..go and wash ya face,wipe ya mout and flush it down the toilet.

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  37. Arthur Collymore
    Arthur Collymore April 24, 2017 at 11:45 am

    This fool don’t seem to realize that the loud cries, the shoutings from the house tops, the howls, the screams, the huff & puff and the still small voices are all saying the same thing. They are all telling you, “call the elections”, so that we can rid this country of your arrogant rass.

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  38. Blanchard Ulanda
    Blanchard Ulanda April 24, 2017 at 12:26 pm

    Omg…not again.

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  39. Bajan First April 24, 2017 at 12:30 pm

    People are tired of the cussing of the DLP by the BLP and their yard fouls. We need to hear what you are growing to do to reform the economy and stamp out the practice of placing supporters in positions for which they are not qualified. We want commitments

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  40. harry turnover April 24, 2017 at 1:42 pm

    So when they say what they are going to do WILLTHE DLP IMPLEMENT THEIR POLICES ? and IF they FAIL would they then BLAME the BLP ?
    Do you or any other yard fowl know of ANY POLICIES BY ANY OPPOSITION PARTY THAT HAVE BEEN IMPLEMENTED BY ANY GOVERNMENT ?
    Suppose the BLP were to say……that they will increase the size of the Public Service…give them a salary increase to boost their spending power….reduce VAT…reduce income tax..etc…THEN WHAT NEXT ?
    That is why there is something called a MANIFESTO so that IF or WHEN an Opposition gets into power and after they KNOW the STATE OF THE FINANCES that they will be able to implement THEIR policies.
    How therefore can they STATE what they would do when the TRUE state of the FINANCES and OPERATIONS in GOVERNMENTS are NOT KNOWN until after they take up the reins.

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  41. Melissa Maynard
    Melissa Maynard April 24, 2017 at 2:14 pm

    I am sure there is a Godly spirit talking to the PM. Maybe he should listen to that one. The huff and puff has to do with suffering that can no longer be tolerated. My choice to eat is between sardine and cornbeef. Not lobster and steak. My choice is if i got money to give my child to get in a van to get to and from school. Not horseback riding and swimming. There are those who are actually suffering despite what it looks like. There is nothing wrong with a poor man wanting comfort. Not riches but comfort.

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  42. Melissa Maynard
    Melissa Maynard April 24, 2017 at 2:23 pm

    You boast about the education of country yet those who are obviously not affected by any of these economic changes have convinced you that all is good since it is good with them. But why are there still so many houses provided by the nhc still empty. Maybe because those that were laid off can not afford them. Hmmm. So many questions and no truthful answers. Lol.

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  43. Zeus April 24, 2017 at 2:33 pm

    SSS since you are predicting a BLP win do you have time to tell me who in the DLP will lose their seats ……social media comments don’t win elections …..you just gave me your opinion on why the Bees lost which I don’t agree with but that’s your opinion ……I will say this ….if Kenny Best ….Tannis ….Byer had followed advice the defeat would have been worse ……I will predict that Bradshaw and Prescod will lose theirs ….I await your response ….by the way did you really vote Dems in the last election your scribings don’t convince me

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    • Sunshine Sunny Shine April 24, 2017 at 3:07 pm

      Zeus

      Before I answer your question do you honestly believe that the DLP has a chance of winning a third term? As for you thinking I want the BLP to win, you are dead wrong. However, the alternatives third parties, with the exception of Granville Phillips Solutions Party, are yet to introduce their candidates. YOu know the island is one side for DEM and the other a hive of BEEs. I am not making any predictions who in the DLP will lose their seats but I can telll you who want kicking to shyte out for good.

      Stuart
      Kellman
      Sinckler
      Lashley
      Jones
      Brathwaithe
      Lowe Low

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  44. Leta Deguillard
    Leta Deguillard April 24, 2017 at 2:36 pm

    Dis prime minister iz something else doh he does really disappoint me full stop period

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  45. jus me April 24, 2017 at 2:55 pm

    OK so now we ALL SURE as HELL DLP aint to get in.

    WHO???? will.

    Ha ha ha ha , 0h man bus muh guts.

    The DLP??

    Like you got a choice!!!

    Put Stuart back on the Thone, you idiots deserve ALL you GET.

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  46. Zeus April 24, 2017 at 3:30 pm

    OK SSS I get you however after they are kicked out what is the alternative and no pun intended what are the solutions to make this country economically vibrant

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  47. Boyce Jr Angus
    Boyce Jr Angus April 24, 2017 at 3:45 pm

    He got !ore jokes than Trevor Eastmond

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    • John Harewood
      John Harewood April 24, 2017 at 5:05 pm

      thing is he is the one huffing and puffing for last 8 yrs. he delusional just like the orange guy in the north

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  48. Rosemary Lucas-Reifer
    Rosemary Lucas-Reifer April 24, 2017 at 3:53 pm

    The best laugh I had this year.

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  49. ingrid April 24, 2017 at 5:21 pm

    after all the critics i believe all of you need to focus on the maker who giveth life who is the Lord Jesus Christ. “No Condemnation” can any of you do better than our Prime Minister? He is just a leader we as Barbadians needs to help our leader not by knocking him down. He tries his best.

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  50. Roger Headley April 24, 2017 at 5:52 pm

    When you see Suckoo in church all the time so you really know that the church is for the sick

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  51. Mikey April 24, 2017 at 5:55 pm

    @Ingrid, the PM should be helping us , not we helping him.
    We have been helping PM’s and Premiers from the 1950’s ,, paying Income taxes and big salaries to them. what more do you want us to do ?

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  52. Donild Trimp April 24, 2017 at 6:18 pm

    @ harry turnover – People like you tremble when the Prime Minister tell it like it is.

    All huff and puff and no substance.

    You come over as a cornbeef and biscuit voter.

    If you can focus for one minute and look at the projects coming on board under the DLP and the amount of jobs being created, you would be more objective in your views.

    Focus Mr.Turnover, focus. Get rid of your subjective views.

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    • harry turnover April 24, 2017 at 8:08 pm

      Donald TRIPE…..only DEM yard fowls tremble when the PM tells it like it is cause they.. like you are afraid to say ANYTHING when he opens his mouth…true yard fowls to the bone.Others CUSS him WHENEVER he speaks at DEM conferences…tremble WHAT !!
      You come over as a wanna be big up but at present is only a yard fowl in DEM camp trembling to ask the PM for a raise frightened that if ya ask Stuart for one he gine tell ya the only raise for a yard fowl is a raise to the paling to acquire paling cock status.or he can even forward your name to be considered for a Nobel Prize award for your STERLING contributions to the art of yardfowlism…you wanna be a big up ? daiz a BIG UP award jack.

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  53. Carlisle Norville April 24, 2017 at 6:50 pm

    Donal trump, take into consideration that all these new projects only came after the D.L.P. met with some professionals, they had no idea what to do, they have been advised what to do that is the trick ( so when you put them back in, when they run out of ideas again wha you think gin happen ( THINK man don’t let the psychological manoeuvres fool you O.K.

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  54. Andria Eversley
    Andria Eversley April 24, 2017 at 7:55 pm

    Nothing but losers

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  55. Wendy Knight
    Wendy Knight April 24, 2017 at 8:52 pm

    Frunes you does read these comments? See how bad de people like you?

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  56. Lorenzo April 24, 2017 at 9:54 pm

    Donald Tripe .Zeus and Carson Cadogan you all have to be the biggest jokers in Barbados to think any right thinking voter not Dem yardfowl would even contemplate returning these persons to office.I mean after 19 downgrades with more possibly to come and you are asking who will lose their seats,baring a few all of them could lose their seats,as many did not win by much votes.

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  57. Greengiant April 24, 2017 at 10:01 pm

    We all thought Sandford would have gone down as our worst leader ever too, now Stuart has taken that place. I wonder who will be next. This title is still up for grabs and I will be here to remind you all hopefully.

    Again let me remind you to be careful what you wish for.

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  58. Donild Trimp April 25, 2017 at 10:00 am

    @harry turnover – @Carlisle Norville – @Lorenzo – how can you all be daft.

    Open your eyes. The only party with logical ideas going forward that will see Barbados returning to prosperity is the DLP.

    It is amazing how people like you with the education you seem to possess, can be so shallow in your way of thinking. Are you all saying you are going to vote for a particular party because that party ask you to vote for them? Is the common sense reason to vote for a party?

    Don’t you think it is more rational and more logical to find out what that party will do different from the plans put forward by the ruling party?

    Please name one idea put forward by any of the other parties that convinces you they will make things better for Barbadians. Forget about ISO9001.

    Please, I am waiting with baited breath.

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  59. harry turnover April 25, 2017 at 12:59 pm

    @Donald TRIPE….name ONE GOOD thing that the DEMS did since coming to power and name ONE good thing that the DEMS say they would do that convinces you they will make things better for Barbadians ?
    Are you all saying you are going to vote for a particular party because that party ask you to vote for them? Is the common sense reason to vote for a party?,,,,and that is coming from a renowned,well established DEM YARD FOWL wanna be PALING COCK .
    ….and didn’t YOU vote for DEM because you are a DEM yard fowl ? and didn’t you say that you would vote FOR ANOTHER PARTY if that PARTY convinces you about their plans ? and wouldn’t that imply that YOUR PARTY the DEMS haven’t convinced you AFTER 9 years? and what are their plans for the future ? and are the plans that DEM put in place since 2008 working ?
    …and why do you like to SPIT in the air ALL THE TIME ? you caan see wha does happen when ya do that ?

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  60. Lorenzo April 25, 2017 at 5:35 pm

    Donald Tripe do you remember David Thompson?You remember when asked for solutions around 2007 what his response was?Let me remind you The Government is there to govern the opposition is not there to offer solutions.Do you remember or are you like the Trni dem ,ms undecided Dem or Maureen holder another Dem.The Opposition DOES NOT have to offer any solutions until an election is called and it cannot be any worse than what is happening now.Like or lump it.

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