Why don’t we Bajans have what it takes to do the same?
On Friday, July 20, 2007, hundreds of Anguillian citizens marched against government corruption, and against Constitutional Change without citizen approval.
Here in Barbados, Minister of Government Gline Clarke builds his house on expropriated land, the Prime Minister and his peers receive millions of dollars of “campaign donations” into personal bank accounts and the Barbados media is too frightened to say anything.
Here in Barbados, the government changed our constitution with a couple of days’ notice (on a weekend no less) and zero public debate. (See BFP’s Barbados Dictatorship To Change Constitution With Zero Notice, No Public Debate, No Public Release Of Proposed Changes)
We Bajans don’t march or shout “I accuse” at the faces of the nouveau riche as they drive their Lexus and BMW autos to Parliament – but the concerned citizens of Anguilla have had enough.
Read about their march at Corruption Free Anguilla blog (also link by clicking any photo)