There is a group who are playing to Branville McCartney’s ego and trying to make him believe that he is the future saviour of this country. But it might do Mr McCartney well to shut out the noise in the market place and consider this advice.
The Bahamas: Opinions
Top intelligence officials have warned Obama that the Israeli Prime Minister has planned to force the U.S. into war against Iran, but Israel won’t attack first, since such an action will force it into conflict with all other nuclear powers.
It is my view that Ms Grant Bethel should be dismissed immediately from the public service, because in my opinion her behaviour is unbecoming of a senior officer.
It may not be popular to say, but it is the truth. The sooner Bahamians face the truth, the sooner will we see in top positions more qualified Bahamians, not only trained to international standards, but with a sound work ethic.
So many criminals have no visible means of support yet they are able to produce $10,000 – $20,000 retainers for lawyers who refuse to disclose the source of their “client’s” money.
Former High Commissioner Philip Smith has a lot to say about the BahaMar project, most of which is much ado about nothing.
A concerned citizen slams the government for abject incompetence in protecting the Bahamian fishing industry from rogue and illegal fishermen who are depleting the resources.
The reputational value of the Lyford Cay community to the Bahamas is incalculable. It is home to some of the world’s richest and most powerful individuals, including high-profile industrialists, financiers and politicians.
In view of Baha Mar’s shaky history, Mr Ingraham is understandably cautious about the project, because the last thing the government and the people of the Bahamas need is the blight of another failed development, this one in the heart of Cable Beach.