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Carlton A1 Supermarkets Boycott!


BARBADOS (Naked Departure) — Naked, this callous disrespect for employees’ lives by greedy business people on the island must stop.

That fast food restaurant must also be named and shamed.  They should both be penalized and fined.  It is a national shutdown and the business owners value money more than their employees lives.

Bajans, stop letting greedy, nasty business people demean, degrade and disrespect you.  They will do the same to your children and grandchildren.   Anonymous

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THE STORY:  Irresponsible!  That’s how Attorney General and Minister of Home Affairs Adriel Brathwaite has responded to reports that at least one local supermarket chain has opened for business amid the passage of a tropical storm.  Reports are that in addition to Carlton & A1 Supermarkets, several branches a local fast-food chain have opened for business today even though the island is currently under a tropical storm warning.  However, during a press briefing the office of Department of Emergency Services a short while ago, Brathwaite called on businesses to consider the safety of their employees, while stressing that once a national shut down was called it was mandatory for companies to comply.

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26 thoughts on “Carlton A1 Supermarkets Boycott!”

  1. I can’t jump on the bandwagon & say if chefette was open or not but the same way they could mention Carlton & A1 they could mention the others. Just saying…..

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  2. well i can’t jump on the bandwagon & say if chefette was open or not but i would say that the same way they could mention Carlton & A1 name why they can’t mention the other names as well. what goes for peter goes for paul. just saying.

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  3. Adrian. Wrong, where I live, there are no second class citizens, that is relegated to black countries like Barbados, where black people do not fight for their rights, but allow a few greedy, lazy minority scumbags of 5% control their money and their lives.

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  4. About their welfare Trevor?????since when does that reflect your bottom line? You need to wake up son it’s every man for himself dog eat dog people get into business to make money if you didn’t then you’re a fool it’s not about welfare it’s about dollars employees are a dime a dozen those jobs require no special skills and HR has a million applications on file one go one would come

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  5. A clear demonstration of what the so-called private sector will do to you when/if we privatized everything in Barbados. Whether they’re black or white in colour, their glory is the bottom line….the dollar. Now the employees really know how Mr. Bynoe feels about their welfare.

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  6. Ya all can really shut to hell up boycott what Anonymous I’m with you your first blog the mere fact that they opened means they had customers willing to patronize cause that’s how we are and as for you “The Truth” you all are second class citizens thought you knew that….Now imagine after all the hot air by the non crime fighting AG Dennis “The menace “kellman was allowed to open his establishment in moon town without fanfare and had the gall to be on television bragging about it too.. so you see where the hypocrisy is? So shut to hell up boycott what wunna just can’t wait to head to haloutte place to eat that poison licourish stupid black people

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  7. I HAVE NEVER SEEN ,OR HEARD OF ANY DECEASED PERSON ! HAVING MONEY WITH THEM ,IN THEIR COFFIN ,TO TAKE WITH THEM ,TO THE GREAT BEYOND! .REMEMBER WHAT JESUS SAID TO THE TAX COLLECTOR.

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  8. THIS !IS THE WAY I SEE IT ,THEY WANT TO MAKE MONEY ,FINE NOTHING WRONG WITH THAT , OR NOTH WRONG WITH OPENING TODAY , IF YOU HAVE STAFF ,WHO VOLUNTEERS TO WORK, BUT I HERD ON THE TELEVISION ,THAT THESE BUSINESS OWNER’S WERE THREATENING THE EMPLOYEE’S ,AND ASKING THEM ,WHY THEIR ARE NOT AT WORK! THAT’S WHEN GREED ! STEP’S IN FOR ME ,I GOT SO ANGRY WHEN I HERD THAT ! BOYCOTT THEM FOR TWO WEEK’S PEOPLE. IT SHOW’S HOW THESE BAD EMPLOYER’S LOVE THE EMPLOYEES ,THAT HELPED THEM MAKES MILLION’S.

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  9. Will someone tell the AG Adriel to shut the hell up. Why is he so afraid to mention the name of Haloute of Chefette who was open for business and not an extra cent for the workers. A national shutdown means just that unless it is essential services who must remain open. What is Adriel going to do about it beside what he just did? Talk. Those owners know full well what a shut down mean.

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    1. Do you know for a fact if chefette was definitely open or are you jumping on the bandwagon. i do agree though that the same way carlton & A1 was mentioned they should mention other names. Just saying………

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  10. Bynoe was being greedy, they all made millions in the last 48 hours when people were running around in packed supermarkets and restaurants. …it’s all greed.

    They never knew there would be a storm to cause a sharp rise in sales, but greed and discontent he allowed to turn him into a pig.

    They are never satisfied these hypocrites and parasites.

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  11. That’s why bajans have to let greedy animals like Haloute know that it’s their country and they will no longer tolerate that callous and uncaring disrespect. Tell them if they cannot treat you with respect, get the hell out of your country and take the asses for government ministers with them when they leave.

    Boycott Chefette restaurants, shut them down.

    Bajans need to stop allowing local and foreign whites, indians, syrians and a host of other greedy pigs, including greedy black businessmen, senators, ministers etc treat you like you are second class citizens and you dont belong in your own country.

    They will treat your children and grandchildren worse, if you continue to let them get away with their brutality.

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    1. Chefette never opened on Wednesday. Your sources have you looking like a blasted fool. Typical Bajan’s up and run with rumors without investigating.

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  12. You see, Mr. Bynoe took this action during a previous weather occurrence. There was no significant fallout nor disincentive then. So, as human behavioral science would dictate, without disincentives or appropriate rewards, the specific behavior would continue.

    I patronize the business but I will make my thoughts known around what I think was irresponsible action , without explanation, by the leadership structure of this business.

    It will be very interesting to see if the leader of this business make a statement around the action.

    Is it true that the police intervened and had the supermarkets closed?

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  13. I work for them Haloute for years them are no good this was happening for years. I was so glad to get my money after 23yrs.

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  14. Agreed!!! I bet that somehow someone will find a way to blame the government. Let’s hear the business leaders etc tell ther peers that they are wrong for opening and putting their employees lives at risk. Total shame of the highest order. An apology is absolutely required.

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    1. This constant apology shit baffles me. It is as if you can do anything you like to a bajan as long as you say “sorry” afterwards. The intentional act has meaning; it shows the person’s true intent and feelings, while sorry is a meaningless word any clown can say. Apologies don’t fix one c*nt, and if someone had died or been injured it wouldn’t have undone it. Sorry is an imaginary feather in the cap of an ass, a false comeuppance. Making someone say sorry does not hurt them or help you. Showing the solidarity to make them smell hell not seeing a cent come through the doors when they got cashiers to pay and electricity to pay for… that hurts them and helps you. If you gonna force ppl to come out in a shutdown, right thinking ppl should volunteer not to pay you a cent. Then it will make no sense to open period. Sadly nuff of the people that know carlton was open know because they went to buy from them, and then gonna complain. Ya should drown.

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