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A speech written by Prime Minister Mia Mottley quoted the Caribbean island nation's first premier Errol Barrow's warning against "loitering on colonial premises" Yes, its about time this happened. Other countries should do the same
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I trust in their effort to 'decolonise' they'll also be making reparations to the indigenous inhabitants of the place ? (:
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I trust in their effort to 'decolonise' they'll also be making reparations to the indigenous inhabitants of the place ? (:
Are there any left?
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Brexiteers will be foaming about this. Thought Brexit was all about returning to Rule Britannia and building the empire back up?! Barbados knows the crack.
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Good for them I guess.
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I trust in their effort to 'decolonise' they'll also be making reparations to the indigenous inhabitants of the place ? (:
Pretty sure all the indigenous people were killed and if not then there are very few left.
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Treasonous subjects belong in the Tower. I expect Mia’s head on London Bridge and limbs displayed throughout the colonies as a warning.
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Pretty sure all the indigenous people were killed and if not then there are very few left.
The Spanish and the Portguese enslaved most of them and rest fled elsewhere. The Island was reportedly uninhabited when the British arrived some years later.
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(Original post by mgi)
A speech written by Prime Minister Mia Mottley quoted the Caribbean island nation's first premier Errol Barrow's warning against "loitering on colonial premises" Yes, its about time this happened. Other countries should do the same
!https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/202...tate-2021/amp/
Mia Mottley just wants to get more votes. That's all.
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Pretty sure all the indigenous people were killed and if not then there are very few left.
There are very few left, whats your point?
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Mia Mottley just wants to get more votes. That's all.
You have no evidence for this falsehood. The Queen is not relevant to Barbados.
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Treasonous subjects belong in the Tower. I expect Mia’s head on London Bridge and limbs displayed throughout the colonies as a warning.
lol. You mean along with Andrew and Fergy and Charles? lol.
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The Spanish and the Portguese enslaved most of them and rest fled elsewhere. The Island was reportedly uninhabited when the British arrived some years later.
Barbados was a British colony for about 340 years. Enough is enough. Goodbye to the Queen!
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Barbados was a British colony for about 340 years. Enough is enough. Goodbye to the Queen!
I don't have any objections. They're a sovereign nation, they can do as they please.
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There are very few left
There are? Where are they?
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There are? Where are they?
Scattered around the various islands and South America.
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I don't like the royal family so this is great news. I was happy when I heard about this last night.
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I don't like the royal family so this is great news. I was happy when I heard about this last night.
Why to both? As in why dont you like Her Majesty and why is this great news as opposed to, well, a non-event?
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