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Concerning comments in the media attributed to Brent Symonette about the recent travel advisory, I make the following observations.
Brent Symonette seems only to find his voice when it is to attack the best interests of the Bahamas and on this issue he should keep his advice to himself.
He is uniquely disqualified in this matter. He has never been a young black male nor the parent of one and the anxieties that youngsters and their parents face in the face of official racial prejudice.
He has lived a privileged life. He attended St Andrew’s School when it was a segregated institution. He ought to have stayed out of this one.
Both the official Opposition and the Government are united that this was the right course of action. Bahamians were simply advised to be careful and there is no harm in that advice.
By sticking his nose in this matter, Mr. Symonette only amplifies the deepening divide within the FNM and the personal contempt he has for the duly elected leader of his party and his various spokesmen.
If the FNM is confused and divided in opposition on relative routine policy matters, how in the devil do they expect Bahamians to trust them to govern this country, given the myriad of complex and challenging issues facing The Bahamas?
Bahamians should not be surprised by his comments because this is the same man who naively told the world that the relatively close proximity of his house to that of the US Ambassador somehow translated into better diplomatic relations between the two countries.
BRENT SYMONETTE SHOULD JUST SHUT THE HELL UP!