BARBADOS/POLITICS (Naked Departure) — CHRIS SINCKLER — Chris Sinckler has outlined his formula for Barbados being assured of a better future. Umm, why though? Why do Barbadians continue to wallow in lying mud and keep listening to lying politicians day in and day out? Why? Frankly speaking, you seem to enjoy it.
And since we’re on the subject of lying politicians, and Barbadians being copycats and all, will there be an upset in your 2017 elections? Will we see a moving away from the career politician and see a successful businessman in office? But wait? That means a white man, looking similar to Bizzy Williams, will be the PM of Barbados and the white people don’t have time for that foolishness!! Nonsense!
And here’s where my boy comes back into the equation. Ross Ashton, why not throw your hat into the political ring. Or, how about the Bounty fella running drugs outta St. Philip? These are what you call real businessmen because even, as we hear it, the politicians are working for them. Ross, you can clean your image up after you get into office, you know, just like the white people did after slavery. And just like they did by saying Freundel Stuart has a daughter.
Look at Sinckler…. Look at that face? Who in their right mind voted for him, believes in him, trusts what he says…, who? And to think, he’s in charge of the finances of a country — your country? Well goddamn!!! Naked Departure
HERE IS A COPY OF THE FULL NONSENSE!!: Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler has outlined his formula for Barbados being assured of a better future. Making his contribution in Parliament yesterday to the debate on a resolution to congratulate Barbados on its upcoming 50th anniversary of Independence, Sinckler suggested that once citizens continued to work hard, improve productivity, were humble and willing to work together, while drawing on the strength of God, the future generation would be certain to reap better times. “I know if you work hard, if we organize ourselves, if we believe in our capacities and if we strive to ensure that those who come after us have something better than we have, then the next 50 years are assured,” he said. Sinckler said he was glad to have been born just after Independence and to have experienced the last five decades. “I know that I would have lived in the greatest transformative period in Barbados’ history since we were settled and that we have much to be proud of as a nation,” he contended. The Minister of Finance insisted that the country had done exceedingly well despite its limited resources. However, he acknowledged that much of the progress in health, education, transport, sanitation and water was made through heavy foreign borrowing. “We had to borrow heavily to underwrite this massive social enterprise that we have in the country which we are so proud about, and future generations are going to have to finance and pay for that which they are benefiting [from] now and which they will benefit [from] in the future,” Sinckler stated.