Bahamas, it is high time that we get answers to this very important question: is Cable Bahamas stealing signal as alleged from DirectTV, and reselling it to the Bahamian public?
The Bahamas: Opinions
September 8th is D-Day for Baha Mar when parliamentarians will debate and vote on whether to approve 4,920 work permits for Chinese labour to build the $2.6 billion Cable Beach resort complex.
“Dey Comin’!!!” says Shackie, the character from Stan Burnside’s ‘Sideburns’ cartoon in the Nassau Guardian. Possibly up to 8,000 Chinese workers may be coming to New Providence to work on Baha Mar.
A carelessly penned editorial in The Nassau Guardian appears to blame Prime Minister Ingraham for the worldwide economic challenges when, in fact, his response to the crisis has been admirable.
One vital question I must ask is what exactly is being proposed for Cable Beach? At one time the development was $1.4 billion now it’s up to $2.6 billion. How will our access be honestly affected in the Cable Beach area?
I was stunned to realize to what extent education could be distorted and prostituted in a country with more than 8,000 nuclear weapons and the most powerful means of war in the whole world.
“The ruling oligarchy and its well-trained elite of soldiers, police, and the manufacturers of ideas and manipulators of the mind would easily rule the world as they please. In fact, this description by Huxley perfectly fits in with the current situation.”
The harvesting of lobster does not cease during the closed season, as there are unscrupulous fishermen who continue to capture lobsters to sell to restaurants and others.
One of the most disturbing aspects of these scam artists is the fact that many of them have begun using little children to approach people to ask for money.