Gov’t may soften two per cent forex tax

In the first sign of Government’s softening of the two per cent levy on foreign exchange transactions, Prime Minister Freundel Stuart this evening said that his administration was prepared to make “minor adjustments” to the controversial tax.

Speaking to reporters during his walk-through of BMEX 2017,  Stuart noted that in keeping with the 2017-2018 Budget, the new levy was due to take effect in just under a month from now on  July 1, which he said gives concerned sectors time to react.

In fact, the Prime Minister said the July 1 implementation date was “deliberate because we wanted to hear what people thought might be some of the challenges they were likely to face as a result of it.

“So we still have time to listen and to make any minor adjustments that need to be made to facilitate those persons who will be affected by the two per cent commission,” he said.

Delivering the Budget on Tuesday, Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler announced that “in an effort to signal the need to reduce the demand for consumption goods, I propose that, effective July 1, a broad-based foreign exchange commission be charged on all sales of foreign currency at a rate of two per cent.

“This will extend to, inter alia, all wire transfers, credit card transactions, and over the counter sale of foreign currencies,” he explained at the time.

Sinckler also said the measure was  expected to raise an estimated $52.5 million over the remainder of the current financial year and $140 million over a full financial year.

Standing amid the exhibition booths mounted by local manufacturers this evening, Stuart said “the whole rationale of the imposition of the two per cent commission is to get people to focus on Barbados, and on supporting Barbadian workers and Barbadian businesses, rather than continuing to use Barbados’ foreign exchange to support manufacturers in other parts of the world”.

However, he said in imposing the tax, his administration recognizes that in some instances the inputs of manufacturers have to come from abroad, so “account will be taken of that because you don’t want to frustrate people’s spirit of innovation, spirit of entrepreneurship by making access to inputs burdensome”.

Stuart said that Barbadians had been talking for a long time about earning foreign exchange, and while he conceded that there was nothing wrong with that, he stressed that “we’ve spent too little time concentrating on saving foreign exchange”.

Therefore, in his estimation, the two per cent imposition was “another way of disciplining the consumer in Barbados”.

Nonetheless,  Stuart said citizens were still free to carry out foreign exchange transactions.

“Nobody is going to stop nobody from  importing or using foreign exchange to support businesses overseas.

“All we are saying is if that is what you prefer to do, this little penalty comes along with it, because it cannot be that Barbados’ future development will rest on the extent to which we support businesses elsewhere rather than supporting our own here in Barbados,” the Prime Minister stressed.

88 Responses to Gov’t may soften two per cent forex tax

  1. Jenny Applewhaite
    Jenny Applewhaite June 3, 2017 at 10:57 pm

    These people really think that the public of Barbados stupid I sorry that by now he nose ain’t cover he face when he lie

    • Rechelle June 4, 2017 at 7:52 am

      And paint it permanently red.

    • Annette Giles
      Annette Giles June 4, 2017 at 11:26 am

      Thank you…I see and think Pinocchio. No insult to his African features.

  2. Arthur Collymore
    Arthur Collymore June 3, 2017 at 11:21 pm

    Why should he wait until we comment on this levy before he ‘nose’ the likely impact of its imposition? What has become of the tenants of certainty & incidence when taxes are introduced or increased? Clear signs of an admin out of its depths.#timeforchange.

  3. Curious June 3, 2017 at 11:24 pm

    Question for you Mr Prime Minister..
    Will this commission be going into the Government’s coffers as foreign exchange?

  4. Jenny Applewhaite
    Jenny Applewhaite June 3, 2017 at 11:25 pm

    I hope that DA mean damn ass

  5. Lisa Moore
    Lisa Moore June 3, 2017 at 11:37 pm

    How ironic that black people are making fun of black features. Smh

    • Everick Holder
      Everick Holder June 4, 2017 at 12:31 am

      Because he is an asshole.

    • Sunshine Sunny Shine June 4, 2017 at 2:05 am

      Lisa Moore

      Good observation. I do not see the reason why comments have to insult the PM features. If the PM is an idiot say he is an idiot. No need to be hurling insults at his physical features. It just makes the commenter appear low class and ridiculous.

      • Rechelle June 4, 2017 at 7:55 am

        Do you remember Pinocchio?

      • Rechelle June 4, 2017 at 8:04 am

        How about scrapping the increase levy?

    • Vanessa Pendle
      Vanessa Pendle June 4, 2017 at 3:08 am

      ? You must be reading invisible ink.

    • Arte Maria Benn
      Arte Maria Benn June 4, 2017 at 3:57 am

      Full respect for this comment.

      But we don’t know yuh know.

    • Jah Son Elcock
      Jah Son Elcock June 4, 2017 at 5:42 am

      This comment!

    • Santini More
      Santini More June 4, 2017 at 6:51 am

      Do only black people have noses? Freundel has a big nose? Do only black people have big noses? People are ridiculing Freundel because he is a total ass and therefore his big nose becomes an easy target for mocking him.

    • Lisa Moore
      Lisa Moore June 4, 2017 at 7:00 am

      Arte Maria Benn if you check I may critique actions/work performance but when it comes down to physical features that one has inherited, I don’t go there. When I hear blacks insulting each other’s appearance it shows that they don’t love themselves/blackness. Just the other day they were up in arms about the monkey nuts bar, so it seems that blacks are comfortable insulting each other but have problems when whites do it. Smh

    • Arthur Collymore
      Arthur Collymore June 4, 2017 at 7:33 am

      Lisa Moore if you’re making reference to my use of the word “nose” then you’ve missed it & is refusing to deal with the real substantive issue. The MoF made a boo boo & the PM nose/knows it. My nose it probably bigger than his, so too is my brain.

    • Lisa Moore
      Lisa Moore June 4, 2017 at 7:36 am
    • Arthur Collymore
      Arthur Collymore June 4, 2017 at 7:46 am

      Lisa Moore if you fully understood the use of the English language you would know that i in no way made reference to the PM’s facial features. Just a play on words sweetheart. The use of inverted commas (“nose”) adds credence to my point.

    • Lisa Moore
      Lisa Moore June 4, 2017 at 7:50 am

      Arthur Collymore your comment is like someone calling a man walking funny gay but then turns around and say that I have no problems with gays, blah blah blah.

    • Sharon Taylor
      Sharon Taylor June 4, 2017 at 7:59 am

      Thank you Lisa Moore I now have hope that there is more like you out there!

    • Arthur Collymore
      Arthur Collymore June 4, 2017 at 8:14 am

      Lisa Moore point taken & i must agree with you. Can you now spare a comment on the issue posted by Barbados Today that generated this discussion?

    • Lisa Moore
      Lisa Moore June 4, 2017 at 8:22 am

      Arthur Collymore , Sure for me to respond to the article I first have to know what policy is; in analyzing policy, there first must a problem, identifying options, determining consequences of each option, predicting the outcome and making value judgements from the options. What I’m understanding here is that this is the process of developing policy.

    • Adrian Samuel
      Adrian Samuel June 4, 2017 at 8:50 am
    • Vanessa Pendle
      Vanessa Pendle June 4, 2017 at 10:49 am

      Arthur Collymore, I don’t know what this woman is talking about. You were using a turn of phrase, you wasn’t dissing his nose, but she is using the term “blacks”. Now isn’t that the pot calling the kettle black.

    • Lisa Moore
      Lisa Moore June 4, 2017 at 11:15 am

      No matter how much it rains, and how much fertilizer you use, don’t get mad when common sense don’t grow in your garden. Smh

  6. Sean King
    Sean King June 3, 2017 at 11:38 pm

    This government lead by the PM is never in tune with the public.Why impose it to now want to make adjustments after the public disagree. Maybe if you was a PM that use to hold town hall meetings and engage the public we would be far more better off. Just call the election and ease the burden on we having to deal with you any longer.

  7. Milli Watt June 4, 2017 at 12:04 am

    yuh lie PM not even this you willing to stand yuh ground stupse. mek de decision stand by it. they moving real forex out de place and you capitulating stupse.

  8. Boyce Jr Angus
    Boyce Jr Angus June 4, 2017 at 1:43 am

    Stupessss….. He & Chris so stupid it ain’t funny……why implement bull just ta come & “soften” it?cause ya know it should never have been introduced in the first place,all that tax gine do is make ppl buy the foreign money on the street instead of going ya the bank & having ta buy more for less….smh

  9. Ryan R A Charles
    Ryan R A Charles June 4, 2017 at 2:16 am


  10. Malcolm King June 4, 2017 at 2:32 am

    The real criminals are so called small businessmen who report only a small portion of their income.
    Those living in completed houses but wont paint etc.
    Those charging VAT and not turning it in.
    Those who have their own house rented and living in a NHS property. Pass back your hand for overtime in some Gov. Departments.
    Those driving around with fake road tax stickers.
    The biggie Government contracts like the Tug Boats.
    Don’t these Harr’is and Mere’s know they could have bought slightly used replacement boats from any Scandinavian country’
    There is no free lunch somebody else is paying.

    • Hewers of wood June 4, 2017 at 7:57 am

      GM Malcolm K – how can I get one of them faux road tax stickers???? I trying to cut back too.

  11. Kirk Fedee
    Kirk Fedee June 4, 2017 at 3:42 am

    This hand-me-down jonnie really think the public foolish what “minor adjustments” rasshole….i dont know why the ppl from the newspapers does pay the ass clown any attention

  12. Lilian Lloyd
    Lilian Lloyd June 4, 2017 at 4:58 am


  13. Samantha Best June 4, 2017 at 5:26 am

    This is so uncalled for. There was a time when one placed a comment, Barbados Today would indicate that the comment is being assessed before publication. The is sneed to get back to that and urgently too.

    Persons with rational and intelligent thinking are not encouraged to participate in reasonable discourse on topics raised. This is the last for me until these ludicrous and baseless expletives are erased or prevented. Then we talk about our young people!

    So uncalled for.

    • Hewers of wood June 4, 2017 at 7:30 am

      @Samantha Best – well stated. This highlights a certain low class thinking and frame of mind.

      • harry turnover June 4, 2017 at 7:42 am

        When Sinckler referred to a woman as a ” skinny pouch kiddy” WHERE WERE YOU ? howers of wood ?
        doesn’t that highlight a certain low class thinking and frame of mind too ?

        • Hewers of wood June 4, 2017 at 7:53 am

          Of course it does Harry T.

    • harry turnover June 4, 2017 at 7:38 am

      You looking fa good name or wha ? how can saying a man that has a BULBOUS NOSE has a BULBOUS NOSE be INSULTING or disrespectful ?
      That is akin to someone saying in reference to a woman with big breasts that that woman has big breasts.You got a problem with that too ?
      When Sinckler referred to a woman as a ” skinny pouch kiddy” WHERE WERE YOU ?

    • Concerned Citizen June 8, 2017 at 3:33 am

      Censorship is never a good thing, That is what Communist Countries do.. It’s important that people are allowed to express their opinions, whether right or wrong, good or bad.. How else will you know who is a Smart or a fool if they are not allowed to speak?

  14. Nikolai Gibson
    Nikolai Gibson June 4, 2017 at 5:44 am

    I heard about fabric softener but never tax softener.

  15. Santini More
    Santini More June 4, 2017 at 6:10 am

    It is absolutely clear that you fools have no idea what the hell you are doing. Freundel you are an embarrassment as a Prime Minister and have presided over the economic decline of Barbados. For the sake of our nation call the election!

  16. fedup June 4, 2017 at 6:27 am

    Dem duz got tuh guh back and try to fix everyting dem do. Steupse. Can’t get it right dee first time at all.

  17. BaJan boy June 4, 2017 at 6:37 am

    Samantha seems like all DEMS are thin skinned from he right back to you..

  18. Steve Jemmott
    Steve Jemmott June 4, 2017 at 6:41 am

    ….clear signal of an act not thought through, but forced on a people.

  19. Tony Webster June 4, 2017 at 6:42 am

    @Malcolm King: Fake Road Tax stickers? Man, you ent seen nuttin’ yet. Jes’ wait for the next big local industry: fake Tax-Clearance certificates. Or mebbe….you cud acquire the real McCoy from some “friendly” public -sector employee wid a big BRA.

  20. Oa Ml
    Oa Ml June 4, 2017 at 6:44 am

    Elections coming we going make minor adjustments too

  21. Sarah Pomeranz Layne
    Sarah Pomeranz Layne June 4, 2017 at 6:53 am

    He wants us to buy local but does he not understand the even if he has a man tailor the suit he wears everyday, the fabric isles made if comes from somewhere else.. and the underwear and socks and shoes?? And it’s all paid in foreign echange cause someone had to pay the fabric dealer in some other currency to purchase the fabric and bring it here. And you can bet he doesn’t eat ground provisions and meats and fish wholey and soley grown, raised or caught here. Someone purchased them from over and away and brought them in… .. and those glasses he wears are not made here.. someone paid foreign exchange to bring them in. 2 pct will be added to everything. Before the 10pct and before the 17. 5pct on the goods AND the shipping. I’m not an economist or a finance person and even I know that.. he cannot be for real.

  22. Lorenzo June 4, 2017 at 7:26 am

    Samantha Best why you so touchous ?I know you all do not like criticism but I remember the licks Owen Arthur took and I did nothear apeep out of you or other Dems Sir Lloyd also got licks this is a Democracy and people are frustrated and have aright to speak,get use to it.Greengiant was suggesting removing supporters from the parliament yard I mean you all can share but can,t take.

  23. Lilian Lloyd
    Lilian Lloyd June 4, 2017 at 7:33 am
  24. bradg June 4, 2017 at 7:41 am

    It is reported that this administration spent circa $350k on a new Mercedes for the PM. Given our present circumstances this does not look good. Its rather untimely and insensitive. After all its Tax payers money.

  25. Greengiant June 4, 2017 at 7:43 am

    All governments in this country have adjusted legislation after it’s been passed. Even the employers are calling for the new employment rights legislation to be adjusted. After the fact thought is human nature. We make solid decisions in our homes then to have to change it, because we couldn’t see the effects before. So the PM is right, manufacturing imports have to be protected, but generally our taste for foreign goods have gotten the better of us over the years, to the point where we even import items we can get here easily. We don’t consider for the jobs of our brothers, neighbors, or even ourselves. So the government is right for imposing the tax on foreign exchange leaving the country. The tow ways to improve our foreign exchange account is to earn more, or spend less. It’s that simple.

  26. Malik Gill
    Malik Gill June 4, 2017 at 7:46 am

    What an insult to the population dem seems to flippin a coin n hoping fa de best. Plan A vs Plan B which is the better plan obviously he don’t know

  27. Richard Johnston June 4, 2017 at 7:54 am

    An f/x tax is simply devaluation in a different guise.

  28. Samantha Best June 4, 2017 at 7:58 am

    Missing the point as usual.

  29. Rechelle June 4, 2017 at 8:06 am

    How about scrapping the increase to the levy?

  30. Steve Thomas
    Steve Thomas June 4, 2017 at 8:18 am

    Mr. PM, you are a total disgrace to the people of Barbados and the rest of the World.. Please Step Down and call ELECTIONS Now.

  31. Sue Ward
    Sue Ward June 4, 2017 at 9:39 am

    Oh my word – Winston Churchill knew this was BS over 100 yrs ago…

    It is the theory of the Protectionist that imports are an evil. He thinks that if you shut out the foreign imported manufactured goods you will make these goods yourselves, in addition to the goods which you make now, including those goods which we make to exchange for the foreign goods that come in. If a man can believe that he can believe anything. (Laughter.) We Free-traders say it is not true. To think you can make a man richer by putting on a tax is like a man thinking that he can stand in a bucket and lift himself up by the handle. (Laughter and cheers.) —Churchill, Free Trade Hall, Manchester, 19 February 1904, Complete Speeches I: 261

  32. Rubertha Blackman
    Rubertha Blackman June 4, 2017 at 9:43 am

    Now I smell a trick and a scam. So wunnah implement this ting and when wunnah hear de out cry wunnah decide wunnah gine review it. Something tells me that wunnah playing a very distasteful game with people emotions and lives. Do not now come and play wunnah got a heart and hood wink people to re-electing wunnah because wunnah really like poor people and care about us. Tricks are for kids at birthday parties where clowns are hired for such things.

    • lies a plenty June 4, 2017 at 11:42 am

      The people are the children (easily tricked) and they are the clowns awaiting face paint. Lets get this party started.

  33. Errol Rayside
    Errol Rayside June 4, 2017 at 9:44 am

    Politician’s are all Crook’s.

  34. Errol Rayside
    Errol Rayside June 4, 2017 at 9:44 am


  35. joan Worrell June 4, 2017 at 9:56 am

    The Leader of the Opposition says in Today’s Sunday Sun that she will roll back the National Social Responsibility Levy. She didn’t say that she would scrap the levy. Since when has she been supportive of the levy in any form or fashion? Did she vote against it in last year’s Budgetary Proposals? How can someone roll back something that he/she opposed previously? She also agreeing with Owen Arthur that the IMF route would be the better option. Oh Lord Have His Mercy this bright Sunday morning, why didn’t she use the economic advice given to her by her economic advisers on Wednesday during her three hours of wuking up and putting her hands in the air like Red Plastic Bag? This is an admission that her attempt to reply to the budget on Wednesday poor rakey. The BLP needs a new leader to take them into the next elections. It isn’t too late. The obvious choice is young Ryan Straughn. And Owen, it isn’t too late for you to change your mind about retiring from active politics. You can either run as an Independent or for one of the smaller Parties.

    • Hewers of wood June 4, 2017 at 10:16 am

      Same PIGTAIL different soup.

  36. Ziggy Blessed
    Ziggy Blessed June 4, 2017 at 10:16 am

    gimmicks and dunce……

  37. Lady Boss
    Lady Boss June 4, 2017 at 10:52 am

    They now prove that they falling apart …….they will not feel it we out side will feel it hard so I don’t care about his taxes I care that they be gone for good

  38. Michelle Joseph
    Michelle Joseph June 4, 2017 at 10:58 am

    You need to think over everything then change it….you can’t fix and grow a healthy economy after you have suffocated it to death…people need to have disposable income to jump start the economy not to put gas into your new unnecessary car…. I mean really….think.

  39. Itz Queen
    Itz Queen June 4, 2017 at 11:21 am

    Prime minister I could help with saving Forex .see all these false hair false eye false fingernails false butts false eyes ,we are a nation of false people.stop all imports on them ,them putting a big dent in de Forex just look around and see how much African Barbadians have Asian hair on the heads ,the don’t like them self.

    • Lisa Moore
      Lisa Moore June 4, 2017 at 11:28 am


    • Jennifer June 4, 2017 at 11:48 am

      Hahaahahahahahaha – go Itz Queen. This 9 BILLION DOLLAR industry is being fed upon by all races. Who swelling and who deflating financially. Much edication needed. Good observation and good Forex bender.

  40. Annie June 4, 2017 at 11:24 am

    But dang!! I saw the whole nose comments and the only thing that took reference in my mind was pinnoicho.. who’s nose grew with every lie. I swear…sometime as a burdened crapped apon race.. we’ve become so sensitive to every assumed slight… we become ignorant to historical and literatural connotations. PS. My nose bulbous also.

  41. Loretta Griifith June 4, 2017 at 11:52 am

    I have always had a problem with all these impositions and not collections. It makes no sense constantly imposing tax and at the end of the day you are not collecting. That defeats the purpose.
    Where are the persons who have to police and pursue these tax
    Seems like we have to appoint a guard to watch the guard.
    I am sure we still have men and women out there who would do a good job in pursuing tax collections.

  42. Trina Herbert
    Trina Herbert June 4, 2017 at 12:00 pm

    I think this is ridiculous now people always talk about support local and in some form or fashion you do. Do we stock,grow and produce everything here no we don’t. If you have a small business just to keep your head above water to support you and your family traveling abroad to get items to sell and just to swipe your card you have to worried tell me what sense is that. KEEPING in mind when you come through the airport you still have to pay customs.

  43. joan Worrell June 4, 2017 at 12:19 pm

    You people don’t know the BLP fuh true. They are only using Straughn , as he is being seen in the same light as Arthur and Mascoll i.e ”nuhbody”. The same yardfowls of African descent ,who are posting derogatory comments about the P.M”s big nose, will never accept big nose Straughn or Malik Mascoll as their leader, even if they are as bright as the evening star.

  44. joan Worrell June 4, 2017 at 12:24 pm

    Itz Queen
    The money is going to China. They are breeding millions of donkeys to supply Barbados idiots with donkey hair. According to Eric Lewis, the small nose , bleached skin idiots are all moon donkeys.

  45. Belfast June 4, 2017 at 12:46 pm

    Yesterday at BMEX , the Prime Minister chided Barbadians for spending their money to support foreign businesses ,instead of buying local.
    This from the leader of a government which has turned its back on agriculture, and is forcing Barbadians to spend millions on imported food stuff. We have a Macaroni Boat, a Ramen Boat, a Corn Curl Boat and a J-uc and Pepsi Boat, among others.
    Lets wait and see if at Christmas time whether this same government will give approval to import ”Christmas trees” from Canada, instead of improvising, and using locally grown Estwick trees ( useless cultivated wild River Tamarind)

  46. Sheron Inniss June 4, 2017 at 1:01 pm

    I doan care what a fellow say. If I had a house I would not insure it nor paint the outside. These are gimmicks to get your money. Why should I pay taxes for a property I bought. I can understand why I have to pay for electricity, water, gas and such like as I am being provided with a service. If I have already bought the land and maintaining it what do I have for the government. Pinocchio, pinocchio, pinocchio. Steupse

  47. joan Worrell June 4, 2017 at 1:28 pm

    White Bajans and local Asians are enjoying the postings of ignorant blacks on this comments section, who don’t know anything about their ancestry. Ryan Straughn and Freundel Stuart are proud of their big noses and their foreparents. Their great great grandmothers did not allow the white man to use them as sexual convenience i.e screw them in the dark of night for an extra handful of sugar and then enslave them during the day. How the hell you little moon donkeys think you were born with fair skins and kinky hair? Regretfully that was the thinking of Sir Grantley Adams who couldn’t find a black woman like himself to marry. All the supporters since then are sorry that they were born black.

    • Jennifer June 4, 2017 at 1:56 pm

      Joan girl you like a pepper. Bring it girl. Now you can see what I am talking about when I say that this people have been frayed from the inside out. A lack of identity and self hate is a very serious issue to this people. To the state of constant usage by every other race on his planet. Being DONKEYS physically and mentally. Who do we blame???? that co** boy Grantley for STARTERS.

      • Jennifer June 4, 2017 at 2:06 pm

        The other nations started the mental destruction of this people and then left them to finish the rest of the destruction among themselves. Them so destroyed that they are now willingly giving themselves for usury both in the bedroom and out for a couple of dollars. What a jokers paradise.

  48. joan Worrell June 4, 2017 at 1:38 pm

    In other words wunnuh moon donkeys, wunnuh have rich white families in Barbados who would shoot wunnuh if wunnuh ever set foot on their properties. That is not the case with big nose Straujghn, Malik-face Mascoll or Pinocchio Stuart.

  49. Lorenzo June 4, 2017 at 4:47 pm

    Joan Worrell you yardfowl why you don,t give it a rest .You o n another blog criticizing ms Caddle for saying there are too many pit toilets in St Michael South Central,now youae on here criticizing Mia motley and you are not a Dem yardfowl.Seriously how much they paying you to be on every blog as a know all defending foolishness.find out from the AG when something will be done about the gun violence in Barbados.The PM after talking about the heavy jockey ,a day later is seen to be driving a new Mercedes Benz what is your feeling on that?Instead you on these blogs talking about same sex unions and people going to sleep hungry.You care nothing about Barbados or it,s people,you are just a DLP yardfowl.

    • Big Man June 5, 2017 at 6:35 pm

      Lorenzaa, Lorenzaa, Lorenzaa, Are you a Killer bee or just a stool pigeon

  50. joan Worrell June 4, 2017 at 5:41 pm

    Loren za or Laurie or whatever is your name, go and read the report on cases of HIV on the island. You are a same-sex advocate. Twice I engaged you in a dialogue recently and you ended up on both occasions putting your foot in your mouth. . I prefer to be branded a DLP yardfowl than a BLP transvestite . You just see BLP and start cussing without reading the subject matter. Yes, I love attacking Mia but in this column, I am addressing the ignorant moon donkeys , who don’t know anything about their ancestry and resort to derogatory remarks about big nose Stuart. I reminded them that Straughn has a big nose and Mascoll has a face like Malik according to your leader. Presumably you are one of the hate mongers in the BLP who ran big nose Don Blackman from the Party because he stood up the half white skin Tom Adams. Wunnuh real ignorant fuh true. Once before I would have told you to get off muh back but you might think that I am ”one of you” if I tell you so now.

  51. Lorenzo June 4, 2017 at 6:38 pm

    Uoan Worrell is that the best you got you are pathetic I asked you about the PM new ride and you gone back to same sex unions are you Dr lowe or his relative because you sound so childish it is unbelievablego and look for a job instead of pimping around Barbados Today.Just so you know I care nothing about you or what you think of me because anytime I see you on these blogs defending nonsense I coming for you.,you do not frighten me.

  52. joan Worrell June 4, 2017 at 7:01 pm

    Laurie Lornza, I was discussing black BLP bloggers disowning their black ancestors. Respond in kind. Don’t dodge the topic and switch from Stuart big nose to Stuart big car. Man or woman or whatever you are, you seem to like putting your foot in your mouth. Do you have two feet? Please put the other foot in the orifice located at the lower part of your body.


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