Former BLP Senator and Ex-Prime Minister lay charges of negligence in continued absence of Barbadian Leader David Thompson {VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS} – Barbados must be led from front and recovery should be made public for Bajans to regain confidence: St Christopher Boys Constituency Meeting, 5th SEPT. 2010

Clyde Mascoll has finally spoken out in public since his monumental switch as DLP President to Barbados Labour Party’s Economic Affairs Minister, his comments hint at a disrespectful tone towards the current PM’s illness, which shows deep rancour on Mascoll’s part, some felt he should be more magnanimous despite his ousting from the Dems.

Any queries for the Barbados Labour Party can be directed to the Opposition Office, Tel. (246) 310-5413

Any queries for the Barbados Labour Party can be directed to the Opposition Office, Tel. (246) 310-5413

Both Owen Arthur (who was quite fiery against Freundel Stuart, referring to Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar in Act 4, Sc. 1 that Stuart isslow of wit, fit only to send messages“) & Fmr. St James Central MP Kerrie Symmonds want to know why Prime Minister David Thompson made no appearance after the Tudor Street robbery & fire which claimed six lives on Thursday 3rd Sept? Mr Symmonds drew to occasions when both Mr Arthur & Lloyd Erskine Sandiford had surgeries and the public was kept informed – he noted the updates were mild compared to what Americans received when both George W. Bush & his VP Dick Cheney had operations.

Deputy Opposition Leader Dale Marshall wants to know why charges were made against top cop Darwin Dottin when it is his Deputy who must answer to him and not the other way around? In his view, the current dispute over Commissioner Dottin is a warning for police officers to be mindful where their political allegiances lean or else they may reap a bitter consequence.

Part of the audience who came to hear both the ex-DLP President and reminiscences from the MP for St Peter

Part of the audience who came to hear both the ex-DLP President and reminiscences from the MP for St Peter

This as concerned Barbadians who have questions about the sustained Recession under the current DLP regime can attend a Panel Discussion at BWU’s Mangrove Labour College on 8th SEPT 2010 with Clyde Mascoll, Avinash Persaud & Lindsay Holder on Global Recession – The Way Forward at 7:00 pm, Indar Weir is Moderator for the evening.

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  1. I thought this was gine be same kind of tripe CBC duz show, but it real interesting – fuh trute. I copying this link to me pals in USA and UK. I sure my messenger buddies gine find this real helpful.

  2. I do not attend political meetings.

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