Daily Archives: February 28, 2008

Prince Harry Has Been In Combat In Afghanistan Since December


Story Broken By Drudge Report – The Same US Website That Broke The Monica Lewinski Scandal

“The deployment had been cloaked in secrecy under a news blackout deal agreed across the UK media to prevent details reaching the Taliban and endangering Harry and his comrades.

But the arrangement broke down today after news was leaked out on the US website the Drudge Report…”

… read the entire story at The Telegraph: Prince Harry Has Been Fighting In Afghanistan


Filed under Barbados, Business, Celebrities, Royal Family

Planned Parenthood Accepting Donations From Racist Whites For The Purpose Of Aborting Only Black Babies

UPDATED: February 19, 2013

BLP drops abortion promoter George Griffith as candidate for St. Philip North

Klanned Parenthood and Black Babies…

Recently in the Bajan news media we saw a small article on Planned Parenthood of Barbados (Barbados Family Planning Association) that Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels would have been proud of. The story highlighted everything except the BFPA’s role in abortion and how personal choices have societal consequences. The story was effectively an advertisement for abortion…

And nevermind the scientific and medical evidence that the babies in the womb – even at 2 and 3 months gestation – feel pain as they are killed. That’s an inconvenient truth that the BLP hides.

So let’s once again remind ourselves that people bearing gifts are sometimes promoting philosophies that they don’t advertise directly. Remind me: why does Planned Parenthood base their operations primarily in minority neighbourhoods?

Original article…


Recorded Conversations Prove Everything

Will The Barbados Family Planning Association Now Refute The Award From Planned Parenthood And Return The US$25,000 Donation?

Last year the Barbados Family Planning Association and abortions manager George Griffith proudly received an award from Planned Parenthood for “safe” abortions.

Accompanying the award was a US$25,000 cash prize.

It has now been proven that the US$25,000 cash prize probably contained Planned Parenthood donations slated to be used only to abort black race babies.  Continue reading


Filed under Abortion, Barbados, Crime & Law, Culture & Race Issues, Health, Human Rights, Race, Religion

Best Of Barbados Tourism Promotions: Using Your Tax Dollars To Harm Small Businesses


The Barbados Tourism Authority has brought back the Best of Barbados programme for summer 2008, which will run from 1st May until 15th July and then again from 1st September until 30th November.

Head on over to Barbados Underground and read The Economics of the Best of Barbados Programme by Adrian Loveridge and then decide whether you think that the new government should continue the BLP government’s policy of subsidizing substandard government hotels that can’t make it on their own.

Barbados can never compete with Cuba and other bargain destinations for the bottom-feeding “price is everything” tourist trade, so why do we continue to spend our tax dollars trying to attract this type of tourist?

Barbados Underground: The Economics of the Best of Barbados Programme


Filed under Barbados, Barbados Tourism, Business, Politics, Traveling and Tourism

Nation News Prints Damning Condemnation Of Barbados Justice System

The editors at the country’s largest paper-circulation newspaper have published an article that totally rips the Barbados civil justice and court system to pieces.

The article Massive Payout is so simply devastating at showing the world how bad our justice system is that, for a moment, it almost made me think that there was hope for The Nation News.

Until I realized that the Nation News didn’t even know what the true headline should have been…

The editors think that the size of the award is the meat of the story. It is not. The real heart of the story is that our judicial system is so antiquated and ineffective that civil cases often take over a decade.

What did the Nation News say in the article that was so radical?

Answer… The paper merely printed the simple truth: that in the Barbados civil courts, an injured British tourist named Christine Steele-Sandiford had to wait for justice for eleven long years.

And eleven years is nothing… there are cases before the Barbados courts that are approaching two decades!

You want justice in the Barbados courts? Set aside at least ten years and pray really hard.

The Nation News: Massive Payout


Filed under Barbados, Crime & Law