Gardin Democracy Talks About His Race!



Filed under Barbados, Cartoons, Culture & Race Issues

13 responses to “Gardin Democracy Talks About His Race!

  1. BFP

    Gardin Democracy says he’ll try to put in an appearance every Sunday if folks like him.


  2. reality check

    come on BFP

    How can we attack or support him if we don’t know what color he or she is?

  3. Straight talk

    come on reality check

    How come you bring race into everything.

  4. Straight talk

    Get real reality check.
    I may be as white as the driven snow.
    But what the f*** does that matter.
    I love Barbados
    I hate what is happening to it.
    If I was purple I would still hate was happening to it.
    My comments are as valid as anyone else’s.
    Show your true colours.
    Bajan or racist.

  5. Straight talk

    reality check

    Seems you gone quiet.

    I’ll never go quiet until we we have transparency in our affairs of state.

    This is our hard earned money which is being wasted.

    I, for one, cannot afford the largesse offered in my name, to any Tom ,Dick or Harry “global company”
    willing to pay the obligatory consultancy fees to offer an under priced contract, to this naive administration.

  6. Straight talk

    But then reality check, I do really appreciate your thoughtful contributions.
    Still friends?

  7. Brabsoda

    Reality check are you a racist? What difference does it matter if Gardin Democracy is black or white, male or female?
    It’s the substance of his writtings that matters!

  8. Rumplestilskin

    Methinks Reality Check was being tongue-in-cheek, or ironic, however you want to look at it.

  9. Rumplestilskin

    Gotta be careful being tongue, or whatever in cheek, people can misread, misinterpret or even use a ‘little’ incident to destroy you.

    Ask Clinton….

  10. BFP

    I understand Reality Check five by five.

    It was tongue in cheek, and Reality Check reads Gardin five by five.


  11. reality check

    straight talk

    you obviously don’t know facetiousness when it stares you in the face! Its called humour.

    the comment was in refernce to someone asking the question what color Gardin was.

    And in case you hadn’t noticed, race and corruption seems to be the number one and two issues for Barbadian bloggers.

    I thought it was rather quite clever for BFP to make Gardin both colors —but obviously you must have missed the point—

  12. Dear BFP,

    I must protest. On more than one occasion, I have commented about race, i.e., little green men and polka-dot pink people.

    Why then is it that BFP/Gardin has chosen to ignore these two races? The minorities are being left out!

    wink, wink! 😉

    Oh by the way, in case some of you didn’t realize (as is the case in some of the above comments) I’m kidding, a.k.a mekkin’ sport!

    Gardin rocks!

    The Bystander.

  13. Straight talk

    reality check
    I know humour.
    I experienced racism.
    One is funny, one not.
    Now I know your post was in jest, I promise to read deeper into your future contributions, and hopefully discover the joke.
    As I said before, keep on blogging, I enjoy your posts.