St. Philip North Holds a Meeting This Sunday (Indar Weir, Clyde Mascoll and Trevor Prescod) will speak

When the St. Philip North Branch of the Barbados Labour Party meets this Sunday at St. Philip Primary School, Indar Weir, the Barbados Labour Party’s candidate for that constituency, will give his ‘report.’

Indar is ‘a man on a mission.’ And immediately after becoming the candidate, he hit the ground running. It is not surprising that it being said by the people that he is being seen “everywhere” in that constituency, doing good work on behalf of the people.

{Indar Weir - Extreme Left, with Avinash Persaud at Centre & Roger Smith at Right. Speaking at BWU Labour College(2010) last year} The meeting begins at 4.30 p.m., and will be held at the St. Philip's Primary School, Church Village, St. Philip

Since January 2008, the Barbados Labour Party has embarked on a mission to find the most caring people who are full of bright ideas and who have the type of skills and attitude Barbados needs to succeed. Indar is one such person. He has an excellent record of service, both at the community, the national; regional and international level, and is definitely the very best in his area of expertise. He is driven by the desire to serve and contribute to the development of our island. It is therefore not surprising that Indar is well liked and is enjoying the admiration, respect, trust and confidence of an increasing number of the people in St. Philip North, including members of the DLP who wish him well and badly want him to succeed..

People of St. Philip North, the stakes are high but the choice is clear. Now is your moment to help open the door so Indar can walk through, in your interest? Will you remove the limits; the barriers and the obstacles? Will you stand up and say enough! Will you turn the page and start a new chapter?

If you make that commitment – if you take that critical step; if you join Indar and knock on doors within your community; if you send emails and text messages on his behalf, if you talk to persons in your Church, if you roll up your sleeves and join the cause – then change will come to St. Philip North and Indar Weir will be the next representative when the next general election is called.

Indar will not be alone. He will share the spotlight on Sunday (20th February 2011) with Economist Clyde Mascoll and Historian Trevor Prescod.

Having studied Economics and being a former employee of the Central Bank of Barbados as well as a former Minister of State in the Ministry of Finance, Clyde Mascoll is more than qualified to speak to any audience on matters relating to economics or the Barbados economy.

Joining Clyde Mascoll will be Trevor Prescod, the Barbados labour Party candidate for St. Michael East, who is a former Minister of Social Transformation, in Barbados. Pressy (as he is affectionately referred) has a passion for representing disadvantaged groups and understands struggle. He will speak on matters relating to Housing. This meeting will be a very exciting one.

THIS IS YOUR MOMENT YOU WILL BE ABLE TO LOOK BACK WITH PRIDE AND SAY THAT IT WAS POSSIBLE WITH YOUR SUPPORT; THAT YOU WERE THE CHANGE AND THE CATALYST FOR THE FRESH START … THE NEW BEGINNING AND THE RENEWED HOPE, THAT IS NEEDED IN ST. PHILIP NORTH.

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  1. Barbadians must examine the social condition of TNT and Guyana for those of African ancestry. A stranger to your culture or one who has not assimilated your understandings or ways of life can never care for you as much as a group of people that have toiled for mutual benefits. New people care more for new people/their own. There is no equality in such a prophetic equation. If you have an ear, hear and perceive my meaning.

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