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Commission of Inquiry ‘attack’ equals to 9/11, Irma, historic crises?

“The potential and sought-after effects of this global attack on the BVI on January 18th 2021 is equalled, in recent times, to a few others … September 6, 2017 [and] September 11, 2001.” — Carvin Malone

Government legislator Carvin Malone has described Governor Augustus Jaspert’s January 18 announcement of a Commission of Inquiry (COI) into the BVI government as an “attack” on the territory.

Malone, who was speaking in an unofficial capacity on his personal Facebook page, seemingly likened the move to a few other major/catastrophic events such as past acts of terrorism and global disasters.

In his post on Wednesday, Malone only referred to the upcoming Commission — and the events he likened it to — by the dates they happened.

He said: “The potential and sought-after effects of this GLOBAL ATTACK on the BVI on January 18th 2021 is equalled, in recent times, to a few others:

January 6, 2021
January 1, 2021
March 12, 2020
September 6, 2017
September 11, 2001.”

Here’s what BVI News recalls about the dates in this timeline.

January 1, 2021 marks the date the UK officially transitioned from the European Union (EU) — a move which has snatched away a number of benefits that the BVI previously enjoyed under that economic bloc.

January 6, 2021 is the day a violent mob of Donald Trump supporters stormed the United States Capitol in an attempt to overturn Trump’s defeat in the Presidential elections.

March 12, 2020 marks a day after the World Health Organization first declared the COVID-19 crisis a global pandemic.

September 6, 2017 was the ill-fated day a category 5 Hurricane Irma ravaged the BVI; killing four persons and causing an estimated $3.6 billion worth of damage to property in the territory.

On September 11, 2001, militants associated with the Islamic extremist group al Qaeda hijacked four airplanes and carried out suicide attacks against targets in the United States. Almost 3,000 people were killed during the terrorist attacks now infamously known as 9/11.

After listing those dates, Minister Malone then concluded is post saying: “The WORLD awaits the details of the terms and conditions of the COI that was preempted with spectacular GLOBAL announcements designed to fill the room with smoke.”

“These thoughts are personal and not official,” added the Malone, who never specifically called any of the aforementioned events by name.

 

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  1. Rubber Duck says:

    Nervous Carvin?

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    • Guilty says:

      Malone is d**ty and gu**ty. He’s worried and concerned about some possible prison time. If you’re innocent you should be welcoming the investigation to clear the air. If you’re d**ty then all you do is deflect and try to use racism to gain support. Take a look at Bermuda and their past Premier hiding out in Florida but his corruption trial starts in April. Guess who was Governor there!! Hold on to your shorts Malone. It’s going to be a bumpy ride.

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    • He sick man says:

      stupes

    • Running Scared says:

      The BVI being complacent about pressing issues, corruption, victimization because of who you know, whose buttocks you scratch, whose elbow you rub, brought this on itself by allowing a sore to fester and as the gangrene spread it became noticeable to others allowing action to be taken to remedy it.

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    • Bang to rights says:

      Watch them squirm. Popcorn anyone?

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    • Anonymous says:

      This a perfect example of the small minded self importance of our politicians. This is simple the Constitution in action. It’s really not that spectacular yet they big it up like it’s a threat to us all because they know the only hope they have is to try to make it look like it’s not about them- it’s about the BVI and it’s bound to fail. Well I got news for you. You’re going down. Hallelujah!

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    • @Rubber Duck says:

      HECK TO THE YES, I WOULD NOT GET A GOOD NIGHTS SLEEP IF I KNEW THERE IS A POSSIBILITY THAT I AM FACING PRISON TIME. THE MOST HUMILIATING THING IS WHEN A POLITICIAN IS SENT TO PRISON. THAT IS THE END OF YOUR POLITICAL CAREER. BUT YES, A LOT OF PEOPLE IN THE BVI NO JOKE, IS RUNNING SCARED AND SCRAMBLING TO DO DAMAGE CONTROL. MY QUESTION IS WHY THE CONSULTANT AND THE TAXI MAN VOICE SUDDENLY WENT GHOST.

    • BVI News... says:

      The racist white man’s news site! lol…

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    • @ Rubber Duck says:

      We don’t fear devils! Jesus will take care of all of you!

  2. smh says:

    sometime ppl just need shut up. Not only does the minister sound insensitive towards the LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY in these actual disasters…

    But his rhetoric starting to sound more like a man on a sinking ship.

    If there is nothing to hide, then you fine. If there is something to find, then your chest might feel like you in a CAT 5 hurricane

    but we the ppl here breezy.

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    • Really? says:

      “The world awaits” WTF man! This barely got noticed and is already yesterday’s news in the real world. Most people would just shrug and say To their wife “It say here The government of the BVI is corrupt, darling. Isn’t that a surprise?!” Never mind Covid, what are we going to do about this?”
      Frankly, nobody outside here gives a s**t.
      We got Long Swamp and we got this government. One of them stinks more than the other and it ain’t Long Swamp.

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  3. OMG says:

    Just shameful, many of those past events people lost their lives. I supported these guys but this and comments from the education minister mean i cannot give them my vote again. they should welcome the inquiry if they have nothing to hide.

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  4. No Calvin says:

    We the people welcome this. We don’t feel attacked. You elected officials do. Now let the process take place.

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    • #YESCAVIN says:

      WE THE PEOPLE OF THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS WELCOME THIS. YOU GUYS WORK FOR WE THE PEOPLE, WE THE PEOPLE OF THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS IS YOUR BOSS, YOU WERE EMPLOYED BY THE PEOPLE. WE THE PEOPLE OF THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS PAYS YOUR SALARY. THOSE LUXARY VEHICLES THAT YOU ARE RIDING AROUND IN, BE THANKFUL AND GRATEFUL TO THE PEOPLE OF THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS WHEN YOU SIT IN THEIR VEHICLE THAT THEY ARE LENDING YOU.

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      • @#YESCAVIN says:

        BE GRATEFUL AND THANKFUL TO THE PEOPLE OF THE BVI FOR ALLOWING YOU GUYS TO BORROW OUR VEHICLES THAT WAS PURCHASED AND MAINTAINED BY THE PEOPLE BEFORE YOU GET DOWN GRADED TO A HORSE DRAWN BUGGY.

    • Anonymous says:

      The BVI got over 30,000 people you get under a 100 likes and you feel you represent the BVI.

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  5. Not enough popcorn says:

    I am running out of popcorn my friends.

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    • @not enough popcorn says:

      You too? LOL, I GOT TO GO BUY MY NEXT BATCH BECAUSE MY POPCORN STASH AT THE HOUSE IS RUNNING LOW. LMAO.

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    • @Not Enough Popcorn says:

      I AM GOING TO INVEST IN A POPCORN MAKER BECAUSE THIS IS GOING TO BE A LONG PREVIEW OF WHAT IS ABOUT TO COME AND I DON’T WANT TO MISS ONE MOMENT OF IT. BUTTERED POPCORN WITH A SPRINKLE OF CAYENNE PEPPER ? IS MY FAVORITE.

  6. Stop it Calvin says:

    Fahie normally gets S—–Cl—- to voice his drivel, why has Calvin Malone taken over this mantle?

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  7. Wow says:

    This is the reason why we should select our elected members carefully. What a load of BS.

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  8. Father Time says:

    Ohh please! It is truly never that serious

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  9. Trevor says:

    Dramatic much?

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  10. No says:

    Not all. Don’t think he is. He is speaking the truth. And no, I am not a political supporter of his. My support for him is that of local and Afro ancestry.

    However, most humans of all colors, but especially those who are classified as white have demonstrated, since time immemorial, an aversion to truth, right and righteousness.

    It is quite clear that, in simple words, the UK and its citizens don’t want Black BVIslanders to have this territory, its financial capabilities and potentials and natural beauty. They are of the view that here belongs to them.

    However, others disagree with that completely. One cannot go into a bank, steal the money and claim it as personal property,. It is not his/hers!

    Likewise, these lands were taken from their original owners through bullets and extermiation. The originals settlers did not invite the UK and other pernecious Europeans to come in and exterminate them as payment for their lands. They took the lands inhumanely and illegally by exterminating hundreds of thousands of people..

    That history they have obliterated from history books, so today they can falsely assume a high moral ground of ownership. Therefore, they should not be claiming them as theirs.

    Watch how quickly, profoundly and profusely, as they always do, place their disapproval thumbs down to this.

    Funny how 2+2 equals 4, but most of them vehementaly deny that truth/fact unless it affects their money.

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    • Mad Max says:

      You are deluded. Most UK citizens have no idea what or where the BVI is or would lay any claim to it.

      Why don’t you want the truth to be uncovered on all these overspent projects?

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      • @Mad Max says:

        You may be right that “most UK citizens have no idea what or where the BVI is or would claim it,” but those who do know and are attempting to claim it, and those who do not know will eagerly come in to claim. That is the nature of the dominant race, history has taught.

        So no, many are not deluded to truth and history. Just that some today are incapable of accepting truth, as your statement so poignantly illustrates.

        Last, corruption any where is not good for humanity. Do not condone it, but it is a reality throughout the world, the UK, Europe and America are no exceptions.

        But, it is the manner and who is going after that “supposed” corrupton that is creating troubling questions in many BVIslanders minds.

        Many feel, with historical to current prescedent, that there are ulterior motives behind all this. And, those motives, if realized will disenfranchise the BVIslander, take away his lands, economy and freedom.

        Those feelings are real. Don’t dismiss them as deluded or insignificant. That and those poiltical initiatives could lead to revolution.

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        • Stats says:

          In London only 40% of people are white British. So does that mean the majority are mean, nasty types if we follow your logic? Your racism stinks. You’re just scared what the enquiry will find out. Hah hah hah!!!!

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          • @stats says:

            Forgive the generality of the post. No, i assume some people in London are not all racist, but i don’t. them. However, i know a huge amount of UK history and its relationship to Black people around the world and Africa since the 12th century.

            For example, just in the 20th century alone the city Benin was looted and burnt to the ground by the UK. Therefore, how can one not be skeptical of them? That is not racism.. That is being realistic after being informed by history.

            So, my racism of truth may stink, but your reeks with indescribale stench of ignorance.

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      • @Mad Max says:

        Deluded because i wrote truth/ How wacko is that!

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    • @ No says:

      “There is a kind of mania that exist today that puts truth in a very precarious position.”

      The members of the dominant race in particular have a very serious challeng with truth.

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    • @ No says:

      How does what you have just said equate to there being an actual threat? What you are speaking about is not helped or hurt by a commission of inquiry. The only thing that will resolve the issue of ownership or even rights, is independence. What the Honourable member is eluding to is a pile of cow dung and he is making it even more obvious that there are in fact inquiries we would rather hide from the UK and the world. It is about time that we be made to face our demons, whether it is on an international stage or not.

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      • @NO says:

        So let me get this straight, it’s the white people and UK’s fault that BILLIONS of dollars in revenue later, the BVI doesn’t have proper schools, schools are s**t, roads are s**t, no consistent running water, no consistent power supply, no consistent internet services, schools are completely s**t, government offices are still writing on and filing papers and the list goes on. Look around the Territory which has been run by BLACK LOCALS for the last 40 years and tell me why aren’t we better off as a people and how it’s the island man, white man, Asian man or UK’s fault. Nothing is our fault? The BVI Local Government has been spending our own money for decades, we didn’t have to depend on anyone, even the UK for any direct assistance. Now we cannot do the simplest thing without borrowing. Where is the money? If not in our infrastructure or a fund being invested/saved, where is it?

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        • @@No says:

          I defend your point of view 100%. Think you missed mine though.

          Our governments have squandered our monies for decades. The current dilemma did not begin with NDP or VIP, although VIP has the longest history of being in office.

          Fact is, not one government has been good managers of the money. Thus, we have what we have today.

          So, some very serious changes need to brought into the political milue, but a commission led by the UK is not one of them. We the people must do more to clean up our politics. How? I really don’t know.

          Question, how will these initiatives fix the problems you so intelligently articulated?

          It is supposed that the UK take over will. Hope you live to live the regret that will follow.

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          • @ “@@No” says:

            Are you listening to yourself? You acknowledge that the BVI Government has gotten away with squandering our money and not producing value for money for years, then with the same breath, you proceed to say that a COI led by the U.K. is not the way? Please let us know your grand plan to restore order, integrity, transparency & accountability in the BVI since a U.K. led COI “isn’t the way”.

            Let me remind you that the U.K. imposed direct rule (aka “taking over”) Turks & Caicos from 2009-2012 after it was proven that the Michael Misick government embezzled millions of tax payers dollars. Turks & Caicos now seem to be doing just fine in 2021, but had they be left to continue on their path of corruption and cronyism, there’s no telling whether Turks & Caicos would be as we know it today. Seems to me that a U.K. intervention did Turks well, so why should we fear it in the BVI?

            If this COI means that the BVI is on the road to reformation like Turks & Caicos, then the people of the BVI welcomes it!

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    • Honest Question says:

      Where u get your weed from? for real, you gotta be astral to talk that f**t. hook me up

    • Anonymous says:

      “Likewise, these lands were taken from their original owners through bullets and extermiation.”. Oh really, I had no idea the Caribs had weapons to kill the Tainos. You learn something new every day. Unless you are the Minister for Education.

  11. Shakespeare says:

    The lady doth protest too much, methinks

  12. UK attack says:

    Those with eyes to see and ears to hear know that this is a spiteful act by the UK and its governor to undermine the democratically elected Government that is chosen by the people of the bvi. This is the UK revenge and a sneeky move to take over. The truth will set our bvi people free.

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    • @UKattack says:

      Sneaky move to take over?
      What planet do you inhabit? What is the name of our territory? British VI, no? Has been a UK territory since the 1600s, not long after they claimed it and before they brought Africans here for forced labor.
      This talk of the UK being a foreign invader, attacker, ‘sneaky’ mover trying ‘take over’ just denies reality.
      Some of you use colonialism 101 logic – like you only just learned about it and can’t think beyond it.
      What we need to think about is what will be best for the BVI’s people in the long run. In some cases it might be best to fight the colonial power to keep our self-respect, control aspects of our life here.
      But this simplethink of black-white means we miss opportunities. Like after Irma when we turned UK into an enemy when they offered us all kinds of help we could have used. Like when they offered us the ship to patrol the borders and leaders claim they are ‘trying to invade’. How could they invade when they been here the whole time?
      If we are smart, we use them to our advantage. That doesn’t mean let them kick us around. It means let’s play them, too. The relationship is an advantage we have that other Caribbean islands do not. We need to work it when it suits us.
      A UK effort to flush out the deep corruption and stop us falling even further down the dysfunctional, narco-state road, is good for us and our children and beyond.
      But some of you got one little bit of information (slavery! colonialism! He white!) and run with it like its the only factor in play. It is not.
      Wise up. Be smart. Think about our future.

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      • @@UK attack says:

        Clearly history lessons are needed. Minds like that arepartly responsible for the lackof human and political progress in these islands.

    • Wtf says:

      Spiteful for what reason? The BVI is like a gnat on a mammoth’s back. It’s simply not possible for us to have any effect, good or bad, on the uk.
      You’re dreaming.

  13. Reply says:

    Lord..I personally like the Minister, BUT he is comparing apples and oranges. I gather in his position as a government minister he has no choice other than to defend the government of which he is a part. One cannot expect no less from him.

    However, such questionable comparisons are fruitless. The inquiry will proceed. If his hands are personally clean, he shouldn’t worry about it. Just let the chips fall where they may, and get out of dodge way.

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    • Free Soul says:

      Hands not exactly clean! Sewerage project in East End that company was allegedly paid three times over and no work done/completed.

  14. UK attack says:

    Go back to being an uneducated gangster as your fellow comrades… relying heavily on UK subsidiaries I should add. All the good on this island comes from outsiders who you are determined to tear down because they don’t fit the belonger criteria, add racism to your long list of crimes you commit

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  15. Mr. Health Minister says:

    AS A WIFE, A MOTHER, I AM PLEADING WITH YOU TO JUST BE CAREFUL OF HOW YOU INCERT YOURSELF AND WHAT ROLE YOU ARE PLAYING INTO THIS SCANDAL THAT IS ROCKING THE BVI. YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO SPEAK, HOWEVER, CHOSE WHAT YOU SAY AND HOW YOU SAY IT BECAUSE IT IS BEGINNING TO LOOK LIKE YOU ARE INVOLVED. IT IS ALSO BEGINNING TO LOOK LIKE YOU ARE PUTTING YOURSELF IN THE POSITION OF HAVING SOMEONE’S BACK. IS THIS PERSON GOING TO HAVE YOUR BACK? DON’T GET YOURSELF CAUGHT UP IN THINGS THAT YOU ARE NOT A PART OF EVEN IF YOU LIKE THE PERSON OR GET ALONG WITH THE PERSON. FOR REAL CAVIN, I WANT YOU TO TAKE A MOMENT AND THINK ABOUT WHAT I SAID. YOU HAVE A GOOD DAY SIR.

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    • Sue says:

      @Mr. Health Minister, I totally agree. THIS IS MY OPTION SANS I CANOT SPEAK FOR THE MAJORITY. IT APPEARS THAT YOU ARE BRINGING MORE DOUBTS AND SIDE LOOKS TO AN ADMINISTRATION THAT IS UNDER THE MICROSCOPE. RIGHT NOW, TO MUCH DOUBT AND MISTRUST IS THICK IN THE AIR TOWARDS THIS ADMINISTRATION.

    • Minister Carvin says:

      You all cool out. Once you know you haven’t done anything wrong there’s nothing to be worried about. Stay calm.

  16. Sucktooth says:

    Hit dog squeal!

  17. He says:

    I been all over with them and caiiing A F # he give me he never reply I hope them deal with he A F

  18. Consensus say..... says:

    Let the inquiry begin….

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  19. Irrelevant says:

    Carvin is always making some irelevant comparison. You always grabbed your popcorn and asked for extra butter when the former administration had a challenge which was most time stirred deceitfully by your current leader. Go grab your popcorn with your extra butter now and shut up!

  20. FOOL says:

    IT IS BETTER TO KEEP QUIET AND BE THOUGHT AS A FOOL THAN OPEN YOUR MOUTH AND REMOVE ALL DOUBT.TO SAY THAT I AM GREATLY DISAPPOINTED IA AN UNDERSTATEMENT.THE GENERAL PUBLIC IS IN FAVOUR OF THE COI(LONG AWAITED). WE ARE SICK AND TIRED OF YOUR POLITRICKTIANS.WHAT ARE YOU GUYS AFRAID OF. OUR IN******ENT, DISR*****TFUL,FULL OF himself PREMIER CALLED FOR A COI WHEN HE WAS IN OPPOSTION.YOU PREMIER ALWAYS CALLING ON GOD’S NAME IN YOU COMESS. THE TRUTH SHALL SET EVERYONE FREE. SO THEN, WHAT ARE YOU POLITRICKTIANS ARE AFRAID OF? OH I KNOW.JAIL?

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  21. Watchman says:

    This article missed the mark and goes to show the journalist here are not good at analysing… from you see the term ‘smoke in the room’ you should know he is referencing the press coverage.

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  22. Mr. Minister says:

    IF YOU HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE SCANDAL NOR DO YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO HIDE, YOU HAVE NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT. YOU ARE BEGINNING TO PUT MORE DOUBTS IN PEOPLES HEADS ABOUT THE ADMINISTRATION. LET THE COI DO THEIR WORK AND CLEAR UP THE DARK CLOUD THAT IS HANGING OVER THE BVI.

  23. SOOOO FUNNY, SOMEWHERE USA says:

    BE ON THE LOOK ? OUT FOR K***E KILP****CK STROLLING ON ONE OF YOUR LOCAL BEACHES OR LOOKING FOR LAND TO BUY. YOU GUYS KNOW AND UNDERSTAND WHAT I AM SAYING RIGHT?

  24. Think Again says:

    Our Government and those they protect in the Service have been attacking us for years so enough already!

  25. Joshua says:

    Mr Minister you are a member of parliament. You are not a paid consultant. You work for the people. Leave those comments for CSK. You have taken over what he is being paid to do. Have you noticed his rhetoric has subsided. But the Premier already said that a spoken or written word can not be taken back once disseminating. It would appear that you have become the new official spokesperson for the government. Remember that is what CSK is paid to do. You can not take pizza out of his mouth. It would appear Mr minister that you are involved in this allege corruption. The deputy is very silent at this time hmmm. Take a leaf from his book and let the chips fall as they may. I would be very surprise if you are involved but who knows. Folks are already beginning to back away from the Premier I would suggest that you do the same and possibly become the next leader of the opposition. It would really break my heart if you are a part of this alleged corruption. This is the beginning and the end of this party. O’neal I am sure us restless in his grave. Wash your hands Malone let the Premier fall by himself and take the most hated man in tortola with him, CSK.

  26. Hurricane? says:

    You think this is as bad as a hurricane? Well then hold on to your nuts cause this is gonna be one hell of a blow job! You fools.

  27. LET HIM BE says:

    The Minister is on the other web site putting his foot in his mouth. SIR, PLEASE STOP PUTTING THE LATE GREAT DR. MARTIN LUTHER’S KING IN THE DRAMA. IF WE FOLLOW THE WORDS AND WHAT THE ABOVE WAS FIGHTING FOR, THE BVI WOULD HAVE BEEN IN A BETTER POSITION.

  28. Peanut says:

    I haven’t needed this much popcorn since the OJ trial

  29. @UK attack says:

    Go long Mr. UK, Black people, BVIslander hating racist.

    Can’t hide your hate eh. Pitiful soul.

    It is people like you that hardens the views of rvolutionaries against your kind.

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  30. @Anon says:

    Stop your deflection. What about truthful facts that disturb you so much?

    What you posted are lies concoted by the European the Brit included, to justify their extermination and stealing of their lands.

    Hence, the following factual, accurate and correct.

    “Likewise, these lands were taken from their original owners through bullets and extermiation.”

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  31. Seriously says:

    Except you won’t die, you tone deaf idiot.

    • @ Seriously says:

      Lolll. Much laughs, because you and you kind are brave only in your segregated community behind a computer using a fake name. You will never, ever confront me and speak to me like that face to face.

      No, you will not. You are a coward., and i am idiot enough to know that.

      Further, neither you nor i were born to live forever. You to will die. So, what’s the point? Are you threatening me?

  32. Joshua says:

    I think this is an opportune time to remind the I from hey tolans that they are just squatters on her majesty kand. Ah tell me which down island britan can come and take over. Maybe now you might consider keeping you beak you know where. This land belongs to the Brits, lmao.

  33. The Demonic Cat says:

    You’ll all blame it on me, you always do……

  34. Anonymous says:

    The english expat and those abroad have taken over this News site. And, their participation in/on it exposes the kind of minds they really are. Not good at all.

    Think BVI News should consider discontinuing the comment section, as it is not doing nothing but displaying the ugly, racist and hateful side and evil side of white Britain.

    They are fostering and advocating hate for our people and advocating for the invasion and take over of our country by the Brits through military force.

    Where in civilized the world should such could be allowed to become a daily occurrence in media?

    Do such in england and you will jailed for life. Why are they allowed to this here and get away with it?

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  35. Match 2020 says:

    BVI Closes all borders for over eight months and certain persons were allowd to return in whether they were living here or not and some whose children were in the BVI were not allowed to re enter until December.

  36. Loud chatter says:

    I want transparency into that $600k Neighbourhood Partnership Project 10 years ago. What was that about? No, we did not forget.

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  37. @BVI News says:

    There is no such concept as a government minister speaking in his personal capacity.

    All members of the executive subscribe to the principle of “collective responsibility”. Mr. Malone’s comments can be ascribed to all of his colleagues in the executive.

  38. Clean up your Act says:

    Remember the UK did this to Turks and Caicos TWICE. Check your history books. Remember you are a colony. Overseas Territory is just a euphemism. Shape up or ship out from under Britain’s embrace. Even if you go independent poor governance will sink you. As Gus say why would you be against TRUTH.
    ????

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