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BahamaPundit 6 years, 4 months ago on ‘Pay $3,000 and you can go free’ – Bishop Hall makes Immigration ‘corruption’ claim

Sheeprunner12 The bomb has already exploded. The Bahamas is already lost. Years from now, Bahamian Haitians will tell their children of the velvet revolution, when they quietly tookover the Bahamas without a shot fired.

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TheMadHatter 6 years, 2 months ago on Shanty town evictions ‘ethnic cleansing’

"Instead of tearing down, bulldozing, eradicating, why not build up develop? Why not give hope and create opportunity?"

Yes you silly lady. That's exactly the same question Bahamians have been asking about Haitians for 40 years. Why do you guys prefer to make a dozen babies instead of making good homes to live in? Why do you force "hundreds" of children to live in shanty towns? Do Haitians not love their children?

Are you in the process of overbreeding and thereby "ethnically cleansing" Bahamians out of their own country? Just a casual glance by a neutral observer would draw that conclusion.

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DDK 6 years, 2 months ago on Shanty town evictions ‘ethnic cleansing’

Ethnic cleansing my big toe! These rights groups should teach THEIR People about Immigration Laws, Housing Regulations, Business Licences and Birth Control. If things are so bad in The Bahamas maybe they should jump on the first boat going somewhere more to their liking.

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joeblow 6 years, 2 months ago on Shanty town evictions ‘ethnic cleansing’

Stephanie St Fleur, president of the activist group, branded the move “ethnic cleansing” saying it contravened certain articles of the Bahamas Constitution.

Ms St Fleur conveniently did not mention the points in the Bahamian constitution, or immigration law that illegal Haitians contravene continuously!

She obviously does not understand exactly what ethnic cleansing is either!

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joeblow 6 years, 2 months ago on Children’s right to education

The argument about us all being immigrants is illogical, because we have all settled in places other than where life originated in Africa. But we live in a world of laws and countries have laws to determine who has a right to come and go within a country's borders.

Our focus should have been on repatriating illegals WITH their children as soon as possible to avoid the problems we have now. And so while illegals created their own communities and separate economies the Bahamian government borrows money to 'take care of them' while placing the burden on the shrinking middle class. It is the Bahamian taxpayer who educates, immunizes and takes care of the children of illegals, and I for one don't want my money being spent that way!

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TheMadHatter 6 years, 4 months ago on Does somebody have to die first?

"Ms Forbes, an expectant mother-of-five who travelled to..."

That's why Bahamians hate these bastards. How can you have nowhere to damn live with FIVE #%@£& kids and still get PREGNANT???? Or is she too stupid to know what causes pegnancy and the various forms of contraception available? Why do poor people like making more poor people? Is being poor that much fun?

I say to Hell with all of them. They have no respect and place no value on human life. To them babies are just something that "comes out" after snot comes out from the flu.

This woman is a careless and disgusting. Doesn't she care about the living conditions of her children? Does she plan on having a 7th?

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joeblow 6 years, 4 months ago on Does somebody have to die first?

You obviously don't know the high one gets from having dirty snotty nosed children running around that you can't afford to feed, clothe or love! That incredible feeling multiplies with each child.

There's nothing like it in all the world!

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joeblow 6 years, 4 months ago on Does somebody have to die first?

We want to remind the PM that his Dec 31st deadline has long past. This is an excellent opportunity for the PM and Minister of Immigration to identify who is not here legally and process them to appear before the courts. Those without a constitutional right (ie a real Bahamian parent) can be housed at the detention center for repatriation. Its the humane and legal thing to do!

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TheMadHatter 6 years, 4 months ago on Work permit increase ‘rationale’ questioned

OldFort - that's exactly my point. When people hire Bahamians they pay them "nothing" then complain when they get nothing in return.

How many times have you heard stories of foreigners coming in, getting paid big bucks WITH car and housing allowance and school fee assistance etc. But if you're a Bahamian you're just supposed to be happy living on $250/week and "Thank God for life."

Bahamians are basically suffering under genocide in more than one way.

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sheeprunner12 6 years, 4 months ago on Hunt for turtle’s hammer killer

Why do animal activists get so outraged over these kinds of things?????? ........... But humans are being murdered, raped, tortured and abused by the hundreds each day in Nassau?????

Where is the outrage for fellow human beings??????

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bogart 6 years, 6 months ago on AG hits back at UN presentation criticism

They are trying to survive and will do whatever is also illegal. This is not entirely their choosing as the hovt is complicit in facilitating this for decades. For instance in apprehending and deporting persons one will read the report ie 27 men and 10 women. Guess what there a re no children. Hospitals, clinics, school datas ie what is the status of the parents of the children brought to the schools to register the kids are not followed up and investigations done in securing our Sovereign nation and the authorities is moreso guilty for the state of affairs. Forensic investigations need to be carried out in Immigration and all allegations of persons buying papers and getting straight put to rest. Amazing no fraudulent cases have ever been reported it seems in the past 45 years or since independrnce!!! Amazing all the cars flying Foreign flags all over Nassau whichn is illegal and noone ever caught and charged. Noome it seems ever caught and charged hiring illegals etcetc.

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SP 6 years, 6 months ago on AG hits back at UN presentation criticism

Why are we "regularizing" people that entered the country illegally regardless of when, and why in GOD'S name are we giving citizenships to people that have proven to have absolutely no allegiance to our country?

This is insanity!

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TheMadHatter 6 years, 6 months ago on Abandoned by the country of his birth

Perhaps Mr. Smith could cite the chapter or section of the Constitution where we can find the phrase "citizens-in-waiting"? He should understand that no matter how many times he uses those words, they will not appear in our Law.

Secondly, the article says "He told The Tribune he was sent to “hell” by the Bahamas government, and..." Is he sure it is Hell, or could it perhaps just be a "shithole" like The Donald says?

Ask him if he sees any pregnant women there? Is he advocating for children's rights not to be born in "shitholes" or in Hell? Probably not. Nobody cares about those MILLIONS of children in Haiti, so what makes him so special?

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BahamaPundit 6 years, 5 months ago on I told them – check. They said: ‘You going to Haiti’

The answer is easy. Poor countries need to drastically decrease the babies they produce. No matter what race, any group of people that produces babies like rabbits without a hope of supporting them and sustaining them will be abhored by the global community. Period. Not making it about race and make it about personal responsibility. Baby making machines without financing those babies are nothing but a type of social terrorism. We need to stop giving excuses to this type of intentional biological invasion and violence against societies big and small.

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seamphony 6 years, 5 months ago on Alone in a hellhole, praying to go home

i am glad he was found but we can't help people who won't help themselves.

the system allowed him to get regularized at 18. what did he do instead? bummed around and went to jail, got out, and bummed around some more until he had no proof of residency when asked by immigration. He had a right (which he didn't use) not an entitlement.

Us regular people complain about the time consuming red tape of government but still take care of our business regardless.

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Regardless 6 years, 5 months ago on Judge orders govt to bring back Jean Rony Jean-Charles

...prepare for a massive flotilla of the pregnant and uneducated. Unfortunately the liberal minded care not for the preservation of this nations culture.

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birdiestrachan 6 years, 5 months ago on Judge orders govt to bring back Jean Rony Jean-Charles

He may not even be who he says he is. It still puzzles me that the Haitian Embassy had no record of him being deported. and the Drama King was able to find him when he was good and ready. But I am not surprised by the ruling of the Judge. it is just the way it is.