They are descendants of slaves, all of them. Even Brent Symonette, who passes for white in this society, is the descendant of a slave. How then can these descendants of a slave, using the power vested in them under the National Honours Act, make Sir Roland Symonette, the Leader of the racist United Bahamian […]
The Prime Minister Hubert Minnis has conferred the award of National Hero on Sir Roland Symonette in the face of protests from the PLP. Here is what that National Hero had to say about Bahamians:
From The Office of Chairman of the PLP FNM Chair Carl Culmer Should Read Uncle Tom’s Cabin By Harriet Beacher Stowe For Immediate Release 13 July 2018 Carl Culmer, the FNM Chairman, just keeps on saying dumber and dumber things. Today in the press he is blaming the PLP for oppressing Black people in the […]
The late Winston Saunders when he was the Chair of the Independence Celebrations said that each community in the country should find a way to celebrate their independence in their own special way. Fox Hill started 13 years ago with the 12th Bahamas Scot troop raising the flag the week after the national ceremonies. This […]
Chester Cooper MP for Exuma Presides with Minister for the Public Service Brensil Rolle MP. Senator Fred Mitchell joined the ceremony again this year.
11 July 2018, the Chairman of the PLP Senator Fred Mitchell led a special service to commemorate the life and times of Sir Henry Taylor, co-founder of the PLP with the late William Cartwright and Cyril Stevenson. Sir Henry served as Chairman of the PLP from 1953 to 1963 and as Chairman Emeritus after that. […]
C.A. Smith, Former FNM Minister, Sworn In As Acting GG 11 July 2018 ( The appointment was four days ago)
At the presentation of the report of the Marijuana Commission of Caricom on 5th July 2018 in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Our representative was Bishop Simeon Hall. He is at the centre of the picture but his flanked by Professor Rose Marie Antoine, Dean of the Law at the University of the West Indies to the […]
Well C A Smith is only Acing Governor General for four days. If he had any idea that the job would be a boring job, he got a baptism by fire. The Nassau Guardian ran a headline on Saturday 14 July saying that the he had slammed the choice of National Heroes by the Government. […]
Our Moses Sir Lynden Pindling Sir Roland Symonette Pharaoh Why should the emancipated apologize for being set free? 51years after the attainment of majority rule, and 45 years of Independence; it is folly to honour your racist oppressor, and liberator, on the same day, with the same and equal honours. It renders the honour […]
Senator Fred Mitchell with the Men’s Branch visit the North Long Island Branch of the PLP 12 July in Simms, Long Island.