Brave Davis, deputy leader of the PLP crime mob, has been accused of hiring thugs to promote disorder at the most recent BTC protest on Bay Street.
It is hard to believe that anyone, except really stupid Bahamians, could possibly believe the garbage spouted by corrupt and conniving PLP politicians.
Not only did senior members of the PLP party pay criminals to disrupt the BTC protest, but true to their nature, they ripped off the thugs by paying them less than promised.
Drug attorney Phillip Davis likes to be called “Brave”, but it is actually bravado, bluster and bombast that more aptly describes the PLP Deputy Leader.
Mr. Christie is now promising the same hope and help he failed to provide during five disastrous years in office. Bahamians know better than to trust empty promises from the Great Pretender.
An excellent article by pundit Larry Smith that exposes some of the lies and hypocrisy of those opposed to the sale of 51% of BTC to Cable & Wireless.
The Bahamian people know from hard and bitter experience the disaster the Opposition was in office from 2002 to 2007. The Christie government kept very few of its promises, sold off Bahamian patrimony and land, produced nearly a scandal-a-month, and borrowed approximately $800 million with little to show.
The Bahamian political arena, like many others around the world, leaves a lot to be desired. The rhetoric that goes on publicly between the two major sides is simply ridiculous, especially since many know that there have always been cases whereby they fight in public but behind the scenes, they are the best of business partners and friends.
The governing FNM party has accused the Progressive Liberal Party of “promoting uncivil and unruly behaviour” during Wednesday’s chaotic disturbance on Bay Street.