Barbados Labour Party Minister of State Reverend Joseph Atherley chides the DLP for “polarisation” and for not participating enough in the Independence Day celebrations.
DLP General Secretary Pilgrim retorts, “Do not polarise. You are problem.”
Atherley replies, “Am not!”
Pilgrim yells, “ARE TOO!”
Atherley shouts, “Your mother is Ugly!”
Pilgrim says, “Your sister downs her undies for anyone!”
Atherley cries, “Don’t talk to me like that!”
Pilgrim pouts, “Then don’t talk to me like that!”
You get the idea…
Dems should ‘get more involved’
Published on: 12/3/06. The Nation News
POLITICIANS in Barbados have been urged to behave maturely and adopt positions which will ensure there is no political polarisation in the island.
Making this call yesterday was public relations officer of the ruling Barbados Labour Party (BLP), Reverend Joseph Atherley, who criticised the “poor level of participation” by the opposition Democratic Labour Party (DLP) in some national events held to mark Barbados’ 40th anniversary of Independence.
He denounced the leadership of the DLP for not having had a strong presence at the annual parade which was held on Independence Day at the Garrison Savannah, nor or at the presentation of national awards held later that day at Government House.
“It’s an attitude which could lead to political polarisation,” he warned.
However, general secretary of the DLP, George Pilgrim in response said, ” this is a case of the pot calling the kettle black. The only party to drive the island along narrow partisan political lines is the Barbados Labour Party.”
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