Godfather Cow says “It’s not personal… It’s strictly business.” *
Sir Charles “Cow” Williams will now be taking the profits from all those fat Barbados government contracts and investing them offshore – meaning not in Barbados. Looks like Don COW is moving the family from New York to Las Vegas – er, make that Barbados to Argentina.
After decades of building his business and his personal fortune in Barbados – pretty well doing as he wished, obtaining a title and making hundreds of millions of dollars in the process – Sir COW whines like a spoiled little rich child in today’s Nation News..
“”I am no longer buying land in Barbados,” Sir Charles said, “because there are people who are apparently offended whenever I do. So I will be investing elsewhere . . . . (COW Williams in The Nation News – link here)
For a chap who has done so well by Barbados, Cow Williams doesn’t even have enough sense to keep his mouth shut about it. The contempt for the common people is palpable.
Sir COW Will Continue To Take Bajan Tax Dollars For Projects Large And Small!
His contempt for the little people isn’t enough to keep him and his company from continuing to take Barbados tax dollars though! As he lays the foundation for the future disaster at the Greenland Dump, you can bet that Sir Cow was smart enough to have the government indemnify him and his company against any liabilities for what is almost certain to happen.
He’s made gazillions in Barbados, but now that the hospital is shot and the country is running out of money – what does he do?
This is one of those small slips of the tongue that indelibly defines a person’s character in the public consciousness.
* “It’s not personal, Sonny. It’s strictly business.” . . . Al Pacino Playing Michael Corleone in The Godfather