Minister Deveaux’s acceptance of possible quid pro quo hospitalities, displayed not only bad public relations, but also very poor judgment and an absence of common sense and good leadership.
The Bahamas: Opinions
What the PLP failed to do years ago could have helped to prevent many of today’s crimes and deter career criminals.
Of the Exuma Land and Sea Park, blogger Jerome Pinder asks, “Is this Park really one of the oldest marine parks in the World… ? If so, an idiot could say no to its development without even needing an environmental impact assessment.”
Our leaders seem to be knee jerkers who fail to see beyond their noses. Some say they are carpetbaggers, others call them crooks.
PUNCH columnist Nicki Kelly says the real facts as they relate to the Baha Mar proposal have been purposely obscured in what appears to be a calculated attempt to disguise the true nature of this deal.
Larry Smith makes a good case as to why the exploitation of our marine resources must be carefully weighed so they are not carelessly wasted for short-term gains accruing to a few individuals.
Blogger Sidney Sweeting recently learned first hand the reason for the reference to “The Misery of Public Works”.
I wish to voice our objection to the granting of a license for this or any other company to harvest and export either of these marine resources.
The absence of truth and the prevalence of deception is the biggest tragedy in our dangerous nuclear age.