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TalRussell says...

On Commodore: We'll learn our lessons

Posted 13 December 2017, 12:35 p.m. Suggest removal

TalRussell says...

Comrade Desmond, before you put on your pass the blame ministerial face blaming junior government workers is not going work with the peoples. You've not improved since last time you held crown ministerial responsibility... but you were a no show at government house ....so it all figures what to expect from you.

TalRussell says...

Comrades! Before you place your faith on Bahamaland's government setting up and maintaining some kinds sophisticated surveillance system, let me remind as we speak that there are '86' lighthouses long abandoned to the ghosts of occupants past, stretched across our Bahamaland.
Family members in the lighthouses know are whispering aloud that even some the lighthouses keepers have mysteriously vanished under unexplained circumstances? {You can't just make this up}.

On Ashore - and more heading this way

Posted 12 December 2017, 8:49 p.m. Suggest removal

TalRussell says...

Comrades, I am told water and sewage spends millions dollars on brass fittings?

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On Staff sent home in WSC theft probe

Posted 12 December 2017, 8:11 p.m. Suggest removal

TalRussell says...

Comrades, I've been vocal long before the 2017 general election that if the reds won it would fall on the shoulders King's Council Freddy Smith to be the chief one to keep this red shirts government on the straight and narrow path.... Little could've I had known the learned KC, would have his hands full policing what can best described as Bahamaland's, first experiment with a Imperial red shirts prime minister and cabinet.

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Posted 12 December 2017, 7:26 p.m. Suggest removal

TalRussell says...

Comrades, how's the new Imperial Red Shirts Cabinet Ministers doing on their 2017 general election pledge that if elected to govern that illegal immigration would be reduced through enhanced intelligence gathering and “relentless conduct of regular and routine apprehension, detention, fingerprinting and repatriation”, as well as “enhance surveillance and enforcement capacity of the national security agencies (Bahamaland Royal Navy) against illegal immigrants, illegal traffic and trade and private marinas.....but tis true sloops cruising right on by while waving at the Commodore standing on the dock directly in front the Bahamaland Royal Navy's base were never mentioned. {Too funny make this up}. The red shirts also promised to fully enforce the laws to fine employers who hire illegals?

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Posted 12 December 2017, 5:28 p.m. Suggest removal

TalRussell says...

Comrade Economist, thanks I'm going pass your info on to the director and the minister of immigration - apparently they skipped the court process, or notifying the parent/legal guardian of the little child they shipped backed to Haiti....wonder if they put enough postage for Bahamalamd's Royal mail to get's them there safely?

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Posted 12 December 2017, 4:53 p.m. Suggest removal

TalRussell says...

Comrades my reliable source says Satan himself has held several meetings in recent weeks
to works out the arrangements to start preparing a special bucket ice water reserved for the way the Prime Minister of the Imperial Red Shirts Cabinet, thinks they's taking the peoples intelligence for donkey 'doo.'

TalRussell says...

Comrades Commodore Tellis the 7th Commander Defense Forces is on talk radio claiming Rome was not built in a day when it comes how prevent illegal sloops from sailing right under they noses. Truth is the 1st Commander Defense Forces been chasing down illegal sloops since way back in 1980, so dump the Rome was not build in a day excuse.
Comrade Commodore admit it, you and your seaman’s and sea woman’s fell short on stopping the two most recent illegal sloop sailings right pass the defense forces base. Commodore, the national anthem is ‘March On, Bahamaland’ not ‘Sail on To Bahamaland' undetected' to share the Bahamaland Islands as you damn-well please.
Is it time for an 8th Commander Bahamaland's Royal Navy take over patrolling for illegal sloops?

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Posted 12 December 2017, 1:58 p.m. Suggest removal

TalRussell says...

Comrades! How do you tell who was born here and who wasn't when the majority of undocumented persons entering the Bahamaland are Haitian children up to the age of 14 years? How can it not complicate the aspirations for Bahamaland citizenship when many not born here present documents claiming that they were. The march towards citizenship eligibility what the constitution offers children born on Bahamaland soil, is often framed in suspect fraud.

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Posted 12 December 2017, 1:01 p.m. Suggest removal