Branville goes silent on Pillsbury appeal to rejoin the FNM

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If the FNM wants see problems for the Party and lose the next election, keep Charles ‘Pillsbury Doughboy’ Maynard as Chairman

Nassau, Bahamas — Days after the Pillsbury Chairman of the FNM told Branville get his {U^%$} back in the FNM, the DNA leader has gone silent. In fact, Branville McCartney has not spoken a word since the call.

Not one response to the Pillsbury or the FNM. Interesting.

BP reminded our readers how just days before the elections we warned that a vote for McCartney was a vote for the FNM. The didn’t want him then, but oh, the sure do need him now.

In fact we agreed that with only days of losing his seat, that he [McCARTNEY] will become wanted by the outgoing party, and so said, so done.

What we find interesting is this, since the call by the man now being described as the “G-string joker” [Pillsbury], not a damn word has McCartney uttered. Not even a “Let’s talk”!

Now isn’t that strange. McCartney told the country over and over that he was an FNM for 25-years.

The Pillsbury has since come hard down on the FNM reminding them that they could find themselves in the state they were in during the 1970s. It would a time when the organization could not find a leader and was tossed in the wilderness of opposition politics for 25-years.

During that interview with the media this week, the Pillsbury told the FNM’s leader and deputy leader elect that they have only 12 to 18 months to get their acts together because the FNM is a Party that don’t tolerate foolishness!

Now get this Charlie was a FORMER PLP AND CDR! What is this?

BP wonders if the Pillsbury knows who he talking to?

We wonder if he knows how a rat and roach motel in the southern part of town he is associated with owes BEC more than $60,000, along with some other government agencies?

We hope the Punch is reading this tonight!

Talk about tolerating foolishness? We the Bahamian people put up with his foolishness for five years; where a jungaliss known to him breakup the damn government property and later left a g-string on his front door for his wife to see.

Talk about tolerating foolishness?

Some people ‘gats’ no damn shame!

We report yinner decide!

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  1. DEAR EDITOR, PLEASE ALLOW ME SPACE IN YOUR PAPER TO EXPRESS MY DEEP CONCERN FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR IN FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA.

    JULY 31ST 2011, I RECIEVED A LETTER FROM MY FORMER EMPLOYER (ABACO MARKETS LIMITED) THAT BREACH MY TERMS AN CONDITIONS WITH THE COMPANY I WENT TO THE LABOUR BOARD WHERE I MET WITH MR. SANDS WHO INFORM ME TO FILE A DISPUTED WITH THE COMPANY AND THE MEETING WAS SCHEDULE FOR TWO WEEKS LATER.

    WE HAD THE MEETING WHICH WAS UNSUCCESSFUL AND MR. SANDS ADVISE ME TO DO ANOTHER DISPUTED AGAIN WHICH WAS NOT SUCCESSFUL, AFTER THE MEETING MR.SANDS INFORM ME TO FILED A SUIT IN THE SUPREME COURT SAYING THE CASE IS A PERSONAL ONE, MR.SANDS WAS ABLE TO THAT BECAUSE ABACO MARKETS LIMITED HAD PAY HIM OFF, SO HE DIDNT CARE ABOUT ME OR MY CASE WITH AML FOODS BECAUSE HE GOT WHAT HE WANTED.

    EDITOR AM ASKING FOR THE MINISTER TO LOOK INTO THE LABOUR DEPARTMENT IN FREEPORT BECAUSE MY CASE IS JUST ONE OF MANY OTHERS WHERE INNOCENT PEOPLE DIDNT GET GOOD REPRESENTATION,BECAUSE OF PEOPLE LOOKING OUT FOR THEIR POCKETS. MR.SANDS AND ANOTHER EMPLOYEE GETS KICK BACK FROM VARIES EMPLOYERS LEAVING EMPLOYEES TO FEND FOR THEMSLEVES.

    A YEAR LATER AM STILL FIGHTING WITH ABACO MARKETS LIMTED FOR MY SERVANCE PACKET AND DAMAGES, I HIRED A LAWYER AND SHE HAD SENT THEM LETTERS AND TO MY SURPRISE THEY THEN PAID HER OFF, I HAVE SINCE BEEN TRYING TO GET INFORMATION FROM THE COMPANY LAWYERS BUT TO NO AVAIL WAS I SUCCESSFUL. IT’S SAD WHEN BIG COMPANYS LIKE ABACO MARKETS CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE SMALL MAN AN NOTHING IS THAN ABOUT IT, THEIR IS NOBODY TO ACT ON THEIR BEHALF ABACO MARKETS HAVE A HISTORY OF NOTHING PAYING SERVANCE PACKETS EVEN WHEN THEY ARE WRONG THEY TRY TO BEAT THE SYSTEM AS BEST AS THEY KNOW HOW TO AVOID HAVING TO PAY MONEYS OWING TO FORMER EMPLOYEES A COMPANY THAT HAVE COMPLAINTS FILED EVERYDAY IN THE LABOUR DEPT NEEDS TO BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR IT’S ACTION.

    AM HOPING THAT MY CASE WOULD BE THE LAST CASE WHERE THE COMPANY IS NOT ADVISE BY THE LABOUR BOARD TO CARRY OUT THE LAWS IN THE EMPLOYMENT ACT.

    ONCE AGAIN THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING MY SPACE TO BRING TO LIGHT MY STORY.

    THANKS
    KIMBERLEY RILEY

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