Philip Smith offers another of his typically convoluted commentaries, this time on the ever-changing nature of the Baha Mar project.
The Bahamas: Opinions
It is understood that parents aware of their children’s involvement in criminal and anti-social behaviours, cloak their kids, especially when they (parents/guadians) benefit directly from such behaviour.
If we are to survive as a nation, the Public Service will be downsized, there will be more privatization and we will learn to do things more efficiently.
The third installment on why the status quo will not work anymore and how it is killing creativity, imagination, self-pride and ingenuity – all the qualities needed to build the nation.
The time has come to take the gloves off and let Government get real serious about crime in the country…
Simon, a columnist from the Nassau Guardian, offers some compelling reasons why Bahamians are relieved that Mr Ingraham in is China and not Perry Christie.
If these theories are true, it would make criminal conspirators of nearly every major law firm and real estate broker in the country. Banks that mortgaged the properties would also be implicated.
Bahama Pundit’s Simon makes a case for a transition from the City of Nassau to the City of New Providence, saying it is “a geographical reality and an idea that is coming of age.”
The use of nuclear weapons in a new war would mean the end of humanity. This was candidly foreseen by scientist Albert Einstein who was able to measure their destructive capability to generate millions of degrees of heat, which would vaporize everything within a wide radius of action.