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Porn profiteer Minister Donville Inniss cautions Barbadians against websites that “deliberately spew filth”

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“Inniss also voiced concern about people using social media to spread “the nastiest” and “most untrue” reports about fellow Barbadians, and warned that the state would do what was necessary to tackle the perpetrators.” (Nation News, April 8, 2015)

Above: One of the porn websites that made Inniss money

Donville Inniss made a fortune on Internet Porn, now he wants to censor political debate and truth

Pssst… Want to hear a good one?

Minister of Industry Donville Inniss and his government are preparing a law against what he calls “cyber-crime” – but protecting people against hacking is only part of the law. Censorship is what it is all about.

Lately the Minister has been speaking to all who will listen that social media, blogs, twitter and facebook is “out of control, running amuck, spewing filth”

Donville Inniss has a good reason to want to stop the truth… for years he made money as the Online Porn King of Barbados, and no – it wasn’t that he owned a website company and other people put porn up on his servers. That’s what he loves to tell people, but a little digging on the internet shows that Inniss registered porn trademarks in the USA and Canada. Barbados Free Press covered that and printed proof in a series of articles listed below.

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How low can you go?

Barbados Government Minister Donville Inniss was part of the lucrative online sex business for years. He profited from websites where desperate pregnant women and teenagers performed sex acts for money.

Inniss also profited from websites showing humans committing sex acts with animals.

You know we couldn’t say this if it wasn’t true folks. Our WordPress hosting company would take us down faster than a rum disappears at Oistens on a Friday night.

Inniss and Orgasm.com profited from websites with pregnant women porn, teenaged porn and sex with animals. All the proof is in our articles and after all these years Inniss hasn’t been able to make Barbados Free Press remove these articles. Because they are for true!

Only one journalist on this rock had the integrity to ask Minister Inniss about his porn business, and Inniss responded by savaging Ian Bourne whenever and wherever he could.

Go ahead, Minister Inniss. Pass your internet censorship law.

Everybody knows why you want that law.

List of BFP posts with proof of Inniss porn connections…

July 16, 2012: Barbados Health Minister attacks journalist over questions about Minister’s porn business profiteering     Continue reading

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Stolen Baby reminds us of the Barbados stem-cell scandal

Back in 2006, Barbados Free Press wrote…

This is a story about murder, international organ trafficking and children disappearing from Eastern European orphanages. There is a Barbados connection.

“The Government Of Barbados under Prime Minister Owen Arthur has allowed Barbados to become a world destination for trafficking in body parts – an industry that is known to involve organized crime, paying poor Ukrainian women to become pregnant and then aborting… and where there is now evidence of kidnapping and murder of newly born live, healthy babies.”

… from the BFP story: Healthy Ukrainian Newborns Murdered For Body Parts – Destination Barbados Clinic

Former PM Owen Arthur

Then BLP PM Owen Arthur made Barbados a destination for human body parts from aborted/murdered babies.

The Institute For Regenerative Medicine left Barbados after the story broke, and Owen Arthur and his government were just happy to let the whole thing drop. Owen $ Arthur never did tell us how much the BLP received from the stem cell clinic in political donations“.

Today Barbados Free Press received the following article from a father who is desperate to find his now adult son who was kidnapped as a newborn baby from an Iranian hospital in 1984. We pray that Fadil Hashmi will find his son someday, but our Bajan experience with the Institute for Regenerative Medicine makes us fear that Mr. Hashmi’s son might not be alive.

There are so many evil people in this world – and it brought shame upon our nation when Prime Minister Owen Arthur and the Barbados Labour Party aligned themselves with such an evil enterprise as the Institute for Regenerative Medicine.

Here is the sad story from Fadil Hashmi…

“They said they buried my newborn son 30 years ago, but he is still alive somewhere.”

by Fadil Hashmi

I am Fadil Hashmi, and I work as an engineer in UAE. I am trying to uncover the truth of kidnapping my son for some 20 years.

Our son was born healthy in an Iranian Hospital in 1984. Three days later I was told that my son was dead. Six years ago I opened his grave, but did not find my son’s body.

December 24, 1984, I and my wife were living in Iran-my wife home country. When she went into labour, I took her to Sajjad Hospital in Tehran, where she delivered a healthy baby, according to medical reports. We choose name Mohammad for our son, but it was not made official on any documents.

After the delivery the baby was taken away and kept on a different floor at the hospital. My son was not given to his mother for feeding. My wife was discharged the same day and we were advised to keep the baby in the hospital for a few days.  Continue reading

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Barbados Health Minister says Happy Canada Day!

A little late, but Happy Canada Day to our friends in the land of snow (brrrrrrr!). Here’s a past Canada Day greeting from then Health Minister Donville Inniss. The HONOURABLE Minister Inniss is now in charge of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development.

Minister Inniss has lots of experience in business development as it was Inniss and his Fiesta Catering International Inc. that profited from a worldwide net of online porn businesses, including Orgasm.com porn brand that he trademarked in Canada.

So Happy Canada Day! from our Minister of Porn – who has never answered a single question about his porn profits.

Barbados Free Press

Want to know more about the profitable Barbados Online Porn Industry?

I guess we have the answer to that question we asked about a year ago: “Has Barbados Health Minister Donville Inniss truly left the porn industry behind?”

The answer is…

June 27, 2011 –Barbados Health Minister Donville Inniss: King of Pregnant Women Porn?

May 21, 2011 – MP Lashley – Sex and homosexuality on TV: bad. Fellow government Minister’s internet porn business: No Problem!

January 15, 2011 – Barbados Health Minister Donville Inniss changes position on prostitution, morality – or does he?

August 26, 2010 – Has Barbados Health Minister Donville Inniss truly left the porn industry behind?

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Junior Campbell: Barbados Human Trafficking arrests are too late for many

“I also have difficulty with the assumption that men are the only people those women have to fear.

Information at my disposal suggests that there are more than a few violence-prone, bullying ‘madams’ operating in Barbados.”

by Junior Campbell, All Voices

Child Sex TraffickingThe first arrests for human trafficking by Barbadian authorities may have done little to reassure the US State Department about the country’s commitment to addressing this stain to its human rights record.

This seems to be the gist of a story appearing in the Nation newspaper today. Under the headline “Ring busted,” the local paper reports, “Police have smashed what they believe is a human trafficking ring here, and for the first time have charged individuals with this crime.
“As a result, a man and a woman will appear in court today jointly charged with human trafficking,” it continues.

And Inspector David Welch, the Royal Barbados Police Force’s (RBPF) public relations officer, is said to have confirmed that “the two were charged following a police raid of a bar in Nelson Street, The City, last Thursday.”

The paper also credits unnamed “reliable sources” for informing it that the man, a 22-year-old and the bar’s 36-year-old proprietress were arrested after police found five Guyanese women, dressed only in bathing suits, working in the bar.

“The five were between 17 and 21 years old” the report continues. It also says that investigations revealed that the women were not in possession of their passports and documentations and that there was evidence that they were part of a regional trafficking operation.

Passports are usually held by sex traffickers and other traders in human degradation and misery to prevent those they exploit from fleeing escaping their clutches.  Continue reading

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Irene Sandiford-Garner: Queen of the double standard

“One of the Senator’s own DLP Government Ministers has probably been more responsible for the denigration and debasing of women than any other Bajan politician, but Sandiford-Garner won’t mention this inconvenient truth.”

by “Sweetcakes ‘n Bare Sport”

DLP Senator Irene Sandiford-Garner

Senator Irene Sandiford-Garner says “dismissive” and “openly disrespectful behavior” towards women politicians in the Caribbean is deterring women from entering politics. She is probably correct.

In the current issue of Caribbean360.com, the DLP Senator comes to the defense of former Opposition leader Mia Mottley, T&T PM Persad-Bissessar and Jamaica’s Portia Simpson  – saying that these women politicians have been treated far more disrespectfully than men would be, even in the rough and tumble world of politics.

The issue of disrespect for Caribbean women is not confined to politics. Senator Sandiford-Garner’s complaint about women politicians not being shown respect is only a part of the larger picture. All women in the Caribbean are the recipients of this “dismissive” and “openly disrespectful behavior” whether in politics or not. It is a part of the Bajan and pan-Caribbean culture that needs changing.

Double Standard

The Senator zeros in on the anti-women attitude of the Barbados Labour Party leaders and their attacks on Mia Mottley, but this shows the Senator’s double standard.

One of the Senator’s own DLP Government Ministers has probably been more responsible for the denigration and debasing of women than any other Bajan politician, but Sandiford-Garner won’t mention this inconvenient truth.

I am talking about Minister of Health Donville Inniss, whose name has been synonymous with online pornography companies and websites for almost ten years.

It is ironic that one of Donville’s female DLP colleagues should be talking about disrespect for women and the abuse of Mia Mottley in particular. Mia Mottley was the first politician, male or female, to call public attention to Donville Inniss’ involvement in the internet pornography industry.

Mia Mottley called out Inniss for engaging in a business that regularly denigrates women, and as we’ve seen in a series of posts at BFP, Inniss doesn’t care if the women are teenagers, pregnant, black or located in the Caribbean. All women are welcome to perform public sex acts at websites associated with Mr. Inniss. No one can complain that Donville Inniss is prejudiced: he is truly an equal-opportunity denigrator of all women no matter their race, creed, religion or nationality.

If the female Democratic Labour Party Senator is complaining about the BLP’s lack of respect for women, she would be better to sweep off her own porch before she tells her neighbour to clean house.

Further Reading

Caribbean360.com: Barbadian politician: treatment of female colleagues deterring others

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Barbados Health Minister silent on US global child porn arrests

“How does Donville Inniss know that each of the teenagers performing online sex acts at Orgasm.com is not under the legal age?”

Where does “child porn” end and “teen porn” begin?

In the wake of the arrests of 72 persons around the world for creating and trading in online child porn, we’d like to ask Donville Inniss, our current Minister of Health, how he knows that each one of the teenagers doing porn at OrgasmLive! is not under the legal age?

Mr. Inniss is a profiteer of the online porn industry through a Barbados company: Fiesta Catering International, Inc.. Fiesta has the “Orgasm” service mark and Mr. Inniss is Fiesta – or at least was until a few weeks ago when he started scurrying around trying to remove his name from the public records after BFP started a new series of articles.

We still have all the screen photos though, so we don’t expect Mr. Inniss will challenge us on the truth of our featured stories. Mind you, if he or anyone else wants to respond and contest any of the facts we present, we’ll be happy to print the response right here to the same audience and with equal prominence. If we’re wrong about anything we’ll certainly issue a correction and an apology.

Donville Inniss remains silent and so does the Barbados news media

In a free society with a healthy news media, reporters would have been crawling all over this story after Barbados Free Press showed them where they can find the facts online in the public records. Any elected politician in North America or the UK who was revealed to have business connections to online porn would be greeted with dozens of journalists asking for a statement.

Not so in Barbados. Mr. Inniss remains silent about our articles and so does the lapdog news media.

Are the teenagers under age? Does Donville Inniss check on this?

The teenagers we are asking about perform live sex acts on the internet for money. Orgasm.com recruits them over the internet and they work from their homes or other locations around the world. Some of them look very young to us – way too young – and indeed the Orgasm.com website says they are specially selected to be the “freshiest hot teens”:

“In our teenage sex porn only the freshiest hot teens are selected, and they love to play and show off their young tight pussies for attention…”

… from the Orgasm.com website – registered service mark by Fiesta, a Donville Inniss associated Barbados company.

So how about it, Minister Inniss? How do you know that each one of the teenagers performing public sex acts under the “Orgasm” service mark is actually over the legal age to be employed by a company that you profit from?

Further Reading

BBC: US charges 72 over global child porn operation

BFP July 2, 2011: Barbados news media covers up Health Minister’s teen porn connections

BFP July 10, 2011: Barbados Human Trafficking: Conflict of Interest in Government?

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Barbados Human Trafficking: Conflict of Interest in Government?

Will Health Minister Donville Inniss work against his own, and his friends’ financial interests?

Once again Barbados has been placed on the Tier 2 Watch List of the US State Department’s annual Trafficking in Persons Report. That’s one rating from the bottom and puts Barbados on a peer with countries like Angola, Bangladesh, Chad and Syria.

Countries rated higher than Barbados include Pakistan, Sierra Leone and our neighbour Trinidad and Tobago. Although there are valid arguments that the US State Department’s rating process is flawed, when you read the report it is apparent that Barbados takes a very casual approach to trafficking in persons.

“We’re wondering if our country’s failure to address human trafficking is because one of our senior government ministers is closely aligned with, and profits from, the pornography industry.”

Linked: Human Trafficking, Prostitution, Porn Industry

The ties between human trafficking, prostitution and the pornography industry are well documented, so it is not out of line to say that the Barbados Government Minister in question has a conflict of interest. One of our own community leaders even documented the link between human trafficking and the porn film industry.

When Health Minister Donville Inniss votes against human trafficking, he votes against his own financial interests in profiting from the pornography industry.

There is also the matter of the Health Minister’s business associates, clients and friends in the pornography industry. If Minister Inniss votes against human trafficking, he’s voting against his associates and friends – and in a real way taking money from their pockets.

And let us not forget that some of the funding for Mr. Inniss’s election campaign came from his own profits from working with the pornography industry. What we don’t know is how much the DLP election campaign received from Mr. Inniss’s friends and porn business associates. Did they help out their old friend in his bid to get elected? Of course they did! You’d help out your friend if he or she stood for Parliament, wouldn’t you?

Why did the Barbados Government fail to criminalize all forms of Trafficking in Persons?

“The main obstacles to anti-trafficking progress in Barbados were: the new legislation’s failure to criminalize all forms of trafficking in persons; the government’s absence of formal procedures to guide officials in victim identification and assistance; and the absence of a formal mechanism to coordinate government and NGO actions on trafficking issues.”

… from the 2011 Trafficking in Persons Report

Donville Inniss, Democratic Labour Party

Health Minister Inniss and the Democratic Labour Party government have a big conflict of interest and a real stake in the continuing profitability of the pornography industry. Those campaign donations from Mr. Inniss’s friends in the porn business aren’t likely to continue if the DLP gets tough on human trafficking and interferes with the porn profits.

How much money are we talking?

The Orgasm.com website says it has paid out millions of dollars in advertising to online affiliate marketers. That is big money. The Orgasm.com trademark is registered to none other than Fiesta Catering International, Inc. and when you say “Fiesta”, the name of Donville Inniss is right there too.

We hate to tell you this, but it gets worse…

We’re not just talking “soft” porn here folks. As we’ve seen, Mr. Inniss’s Orgasm.com trademark pushes teen porn, pregnant women porn and we hate to tell you this (and I’m really thinking about how to write it here) but some of the Orgasm.com affiliates feature porn sites showing people and animals. I’ll leave it at that, but we’ve made photographs of the computer screen in case Mr. Inniss ever wants to write to WordPress and says we’re not telling the truth.

We are telling the truth about everything and we have the proof, but we’re sure not going to post it here. The Bajan news media won’t touch this even though the information is there in public online. That tells you something about the Bajan news media. Neither will Barbados Underground blog touch the story although they can see the information online too. That tells you something about the Barbados Underground blog too.

Over to you Prime Minister Stuart – as your Health Minister has made it clear by his silence that there is a cover-up in progress. Well, Mr. Inniss can cover up as much as he wants and change things around now, but we have all the computer screen photographs taken over a long period, so he can’t say it’s not so and WordPress isn’t about to take down this article because they can find the proof online just like we did.

Mr. Prime Minister – watcha gonna do ’bout this?

Next article: Following the money: Online porn and money laundering

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