Category Archives: Featured RB2

Is Dominica a military state ?

Dating back to hurricane Maria and even tropical storm Erica if my memory serves me right, it seems Dominica has permanently transitioned into a military state. Ordinary traffic duty, road patrols, security near Roseau market, city patrol, every duty of Dominica’s Police force is now conducted in full military attire or what the army calls […]

Watch your manners Dictator, Don’t Invade My Personal Space! No I Won’t!

They say a picture tells 1000 words, and sometimes you come across one that says, figure this out if you can.  This pic of Roosevelt Skerrit and his BBF Mia at some official meeting/function with onlookers around them says just that, so let me try. Are they trying to look into each other’s souls through […]

ALMOST READY TO QUIT

I WOULD PACK UP AND LEAVE DOMINICAN POLITICS EVEN IF SKERRIT IS  DISHONEST BUT DOMINICANS WERE DOING WELL I WOULD GIVE UP IF THE RED CLINIC LINES WERE NOW SHORTER AND YOUNG PEOPLE COULD MAKE A LIVING IN THEIR COUNTRY I WOULD CALL IT QUITS IF ONLY YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN COULD HAVE A JOB […]

THE NEW CARIBBEAN OVERSEERS

by Tomba Picardo They came from all over the Caribbean to support their  brother , the dictator Roosevelt Skerrit at his swearing in ceremony today in Dominica. These are the same leaders who sent the RSS to teargas the village of Salisbury for four straight hours affecting the elderly , babies and  women. They are […]

STATEMENT BY FORMER ATTORNEYS GENERAL OF DOMINICA

On December 6, 2019 “general elections” were held in Dominica on the basis of rigged electoral lists. Notwithstanding, the initial statements by the Elections Observers respecting the holding of free and fair elections because electors were able, on December 6, 2019 to peacefully access some of the polling stations and cast their ballots in the presence of elections […]

Major Twistleton “Twist” Bertrand – Dominica’s Last World War Veteran Bids us Farewell

By Gabriel J. Christian, Esq. Major Twistleton St. Rose Bertrand – Former Commandant, Dominica Defence Force; Captain, Canadian Army, an Aide de Camp to Ontario’s Lieutenant Governor (1924-2019) On Sunday, December 8, 2019 Major Twistleton St. Rose Bertrand, born at Portsmouth on September 24, 1924, slipped into history. He died in the suburbs of Toronto, Canada […]

Day of reckoning

Today December 6th 2019, will be considered the day of reckoning for Dominica. It is today that Dominicans will decide whether they doom their  country, or save it from dictatorship, lawlessness, crimes against the state and people of Dominica, or doom Dominica to a tyrannical rogue state which will not have legitimacy in the international […]

CRIMES AGAINST DOMINICAN PEOPLE

At around 3 AM this morning the Dictator Roosevelt Skerrit ordered over 100 police officers to descend on the village of Salisbury. They rained tear gas  in the entire village and women and children could be here screaming in the dark of the morning. Listen below to the clip of one of the villages who […]

Caribbean Diaspora aroused with show of discontent

Caribbean Diaspora aroused demonstrating discontent Ambassador Curtis A. Ward (04 December 2019) — Discontent within Caribbean diaspora communities is growing in intensity. To most governments in the region, peaceful demonstrations on the streets far removed from the homeland are viewed as non-threatening and inconsequential, thus easily ignored and dismissed. But they should take heed! What […]

Bishop Malzaire refused to talk to the people

Yesterday, his Lordship Bishop Malzaire was encountered by a few of his church members. It was an interesting scene. The people wanted to ask the bishop some questions regarding his role as leader of the Catholic Church in light of the political climate in Dominica. Apparently he did not answer. They accused him of being […]