The Prime Minister was wrong, pure and simple, with his boorishness and absolutely fakery in seeking to defend the indefensible position of Ishmael “good Christian” Lightbourne over the non-payment of his legitimate real property taxes.
The current back and forth with Pastor Myles Munroe and Foreign Minister Fred Mitchell is a clear display that those who speak of equality and human rights are very intolerant when it comes to “looking at what the public is seeing”.
Today, still under the PLP, the interests of a few numbers men seem more urgent than the rights, needs and protection of tens of thousands of Bahamian women.
Fred Mitchell’s dedication to promoting human rights does not appear to extend to the rights of women.
The short documentary that was released this week, illustrates the vast amount of trash produced in New Providence, the poor management of the city dump and the consequences of this on the environment and health.
It is now time for society to heal itself and demand higher standards. If not, crime will continue to grow apace – and society can only look to itself to find the culprit.
Shortly after the ‘referendum’ on gambling both the Prime Minister and the Police Commissioner indicated that web shops would be closed, in accordance to the wishes of the people. What happened?
The prime minister by his admission in the House of Assembly has confirmed what many in the public have long suspected – that is, that the PLP uses its position of influence and power to extract financial benefits and favors for selected PLP supporters.
The Bahamas Crisis Centre has rejected the $1,000 donation Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller offered amidst the controversy surrounding his comments in the House of Assembly that he used to beat an ex-girlfriend.