Daily Archives: December 1, 2012

Come home to Barbados for Christmas!

You know… we ‘ave enough talent on this rock that we could probably put something like this together for Christmas 2013… only pure Bajan.

This one has almost 6 million views. You can post videos on YouTube for free, ya know!

Barbados Tourism Authority… how about it?

Give thanks to an old friend!

(Here’s another one from two years ago. Now at 39 million views!)

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Barbados ends reflagging of Iranian vessels

Barbados voted for child execution

Barbados Supports Child Execution in Iran

Barbados should completely remove support at the U.N. for Iran

Whatever the problems and failures of Western societies, the Iranian government’s human rights abuses and promotion of hateful ideologies has few equals in the modern world.

Barbados has, in the past, shamefully supported Iran’s ‘right’ to execute children and hang gays and unmarried girls who have sex.

Barbados is now talking about deregistering Bajan-flagged Iranian vessels.

Is our attitude changing towards Iran? Is our re-flagging decision due to finally realizing we were aiding evil… or, did we cynically choose our action because the USA threatened us with sanctions?

Prime Minster Stuart… over to you Sir!

“Much of what drives Iranian politics and decision-making is a hatred of the West. The Iranian regime demonizes the U.S. as the ‘Great Satan,’ repeatedly and forcefully denies the Holocaust, pledges to wipe Israel off the map and threatens to overthrow or dominate America’s Persian Gulf allies. Moreover, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has stated his belief that the mission of Iran is to prepare the way for the imminent return of the ‘Hidden Imam’ messiah, whose reemergence will be preceded by a period of chaos and war. Nuclear weapons would give Iran the ability to realize this radical vision.”

“In the more than 30 years of its existence, the Iranian regime has violated international and diplomatic norms in every way imaginable. In light of this history, it is unlikely that Iran will behave as a responsible custodian of its nuclear arsenal.”

from the website United Against Nuclear Iran

United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) applauded Barbados for ending its reflagging of Iranian vessels.

In a letter sent October 26 to Barbadian officials, UANI called on the nation to “cease the flagging of all Iranian vessels.” Continue reading

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