Gov’t Finally Steps in to Assists 202 Fired Workers of Our Lucaya in GB

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Minister of Labour Dion Foulkes

The Government has mobilized a one-stop-shop for laid off workers of the Our Lucaya Resort in Freeport, where those workers will be linked with private sector and Government-sponsored employment opportunities, Government-sponsored training opportunities, and be assisted with their applications for the National Insurance Unemployment Benefit.

The one-stop-shop will be held Monday, March 7 from 9:00am to 5:00pm at the Christ the King Church Hall, Freeport

Statement by Labour Minister Dion Foulkes:

MINISTER FOULKES: I wish to advise the residents of Grand Bahama, that the government has put in place several initiatives to assist the recently laid off workers at the Our Lucaya Resort.

The Government recognizes the hardship being experienced by families here in Grand Bahama, especially the former employees of Our Lucaya.

In an effort to provide immediate relief and to assist in finding jobs for the Our Lucaya employees, the Ministry of Labour and Social Development ( Departments of Labour and Social Services ) is partnering with the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture, National Insurance Board, Sandals Exuma, Bimini Big Game, GB Christian Council, GB Chamber of Commerce and the Grand Bahama Pastor’s Forum.

The Department of Labour in Grand Bahama, under the leadership of Deputy Director, Mr. Tyrone Gibson has organized on one stop shop for the former employees of Our Lucaya to access the following assistances:

  1. Unemployment Benefit (NIB). This benefit was introduced by the FNM Government some 22 months ago and $30 million have been paid out to some 20,000 Bahamians. In Grand Bahama some 4,000 people have benefited.
  2. Employment opportunities will be offered by Sandals Exuma (40 jobs) and Bimini Big Game resort and Marina (19 jobs).
  3. Training opportunities at BTVI and COB will be offered in a variety of skill sets.
  4. In conjunction with the private sector a significant number of apprenticeships will be offered.
  5. Social Services assistance programs will be made available to all those who qualify.
  6. Financial counseling organized by the GB Chamber of Commerce will be available.
  7. Counseling organized by the GB Christian Council and the Pastor’s Forum will also be offered.
  8. Applicants for the Self Starters Program offered by the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture will also be available.

All recently laid off workers at Our Lucaya are invited to participate in this One Stop Shop on this coming Monday at the Foster B. Pestaina Center of the Pro Cathedral of Christ the King from 9 am to 5pm.

44 COMMENTS

  1. IS THERE A CORREALTION BETWEEN THE NUMBER OF DEATHS IN FREEPORT ,AND THE NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED ,UNDEREMPLOYED PERSONS IN THE BAHAMAS,AND BY THE WAY CAN SOME ONE SAY WHERE THE ACCURATE FIGURES FOR 2011 UNEMPLOYMENT CAN BE FOUND THAT ARE NOT OUT DATED, CAN THE MINISTER OF LABOUR HELP.

  2. You know what i blame all u residents of Freeport you voted them in and now complain when you knew from years before they did not have your interests at heart…….im nor FNM or PLP but i know freeport has a virus where the rich continue to get wealthy and the poor worst off……now your mininster Laing and the FNM is about to start a new board to the benefit of the rich again by inviting the same select few including the port authority and the chamber to sit and decide where the govrnment should spend money to develope Freeport, aint that crazy and another board with the same persons that have you up shit creek now to do things for the interests of the few….when are the MAJORITy gonna realize that they need to demand that they be represented first and other interest groups (the port and its special friends)need to not be apart of the Bahamas groups board……..if you dont see the painting one the wall ask…fire your members, they want to continue to feed you scraps…..dont be stuüid in 2012…find an independent candidate that would finally stand up for you…someone like a C.Allen Johnson…

  3. @ q

    And further to your point (which I agree with), how is it that those who have been unemployed for years were not given these jobs that the government has “the heads up” about?

    Surely, the people who became unemployed last week and will transition directly into another employment opportunity cannot be equivalent to those who have been out of work for years. The people unemployed for years are deeper under water economically than those who have just missed one pay check.

    This is the kind of short-sighted political considerations only decisions that causes objective minded people to slam the FNM. This is so politically desperate a move by the government that it is unreal. They just don’t want to be taunted by the PLP when the house meets again, so this is the “solution”.

  4. These people just lost their jobs, sadly, but what happened to the thousands who haven’t been working. How can you send these people to Exuma and there are people there looking for work? Does the Government do the hiring? This isn’t right.

  5. The TRUTH is this…

    Lady Russell does well with her vain babblings and attempts to suggest her points of view. Many times as a young man in my mid twenties I often wonder what she is rambling about without giving SOLUTIONS to problems rather than continuously exposing them.
    SIMPLE-We know there are issues…ALL OF YOU! FNM and PLP what are SOLUTIONS-Lady Russell until can come on this site and airwaves with SOLUTIONS then keep your skullduggerous, tribal comments to yourself and within the confines of your political persuasion.

    The youth of this nation are TIRED of all those who present PROBLEMS PROBLEMS PROBLEMS-Present SOLUTIONS. I applaud the current government for ATTEMPTING to do something but it is only a TEMPORARY FIX.

    SOLUTIONS
    1. Sustained educational programs for ALL in every island that offer continuing education on a consistent basis
    2. Enhance the educational system by adding an extra year to the High School experience that offers training tracks for students interested in the arts, technical, business and commercial fileds.
    3. Introduce a Entrepreneur Pilot program that encourages Bahamians to start up their own business (Thank God for the Pilot Programme introduced by this government-SIMPLY NOT ENOUGH)
    4. Take away the constituency grant or allocate a percentage of it for small business start up (At least 50%)
    5.Pass a LAW in parliament that Members of Parliament MUST spend at minimum 25hrs in the constituency office to account to the people and engage in meetings/constituency budget reporting after the Budget debate and mid year budget
    6. Disburse governmental authority throughout the commonwealth of the Bahamas and have local parliament sittings in each family island that addresses the needs during different parts of the Parliament fiscal year.

    So many other SOLUTIONS!

      • @lady…I know you to well,you is a wannabe. wake up baby and smell the coffee. you are nothing but a jacka…… failure who is worse than anything HAI have ever done…he is a PRINCE to you ugly duckling BIT….h

        • @ lady i hope u ugly duckln crying….you are a joker, without any true grit. christian my black ass…you aint nothing but a hater/faker..when i see you again i will show you who is the boss you is married man stealer….more fire

        • @Michelle:

          I know that it’s you again Peter!

          No two Bahamians could be so similiarly ignorant, with the same gramatical cluelessness and spelling errors!

          So kindly quit this unwise exposure of your ignorance before you are placed on the list for early retirement/termination, based on evidence posted here which validates removal from your parasitic attachment to the Public Purse.

          CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW, PETER?

  6. @ Pratty

    The only thing that scares you is your own assessment of some half-cooked answers that are swirling around in your mind, which you are considering posting in response to my questions. YOU KNOW THAT FOOLISHNESS WILL BE SHREDDED ON SIGHT.

    Delores got her share too and is repenting and remorseful for “touching that thing” (you are not alone). Next time that you “political operatives” decide to take-on someone read the warning label carefully (before you open the package) because there just might be someone called STORM waiting to deal with you. Now go to your room!

  7. The one statement that is not political is that “Grand Bahamian are in pain”. I maintain that Grand Bahamians need to use the one thing that they are all still holding on too, and that is their VOTE!!! I too call Grand Bahama my home and I am sick and tired of being sick and tired of the Red and the Yellow T-Shirts using Grand Bahama as a polical foot ball!!! I see Ms. Grant at Tourism trying to come up with new ideas for Grand Bahama, but I hear nothing innovative from the MPs. If it doesn’t come out of the PM mouth, who is busy bring every new development to an over crowed Nassau, it’s not said! They are affraid to act on behalf of the people that elected them to serve. They are a bunch of pitiful waste!! I can’t imagine the kinds of excuses and new promise they will be giving at the new up coming rallys to try to seduce our votes again!! Pure foolishness!!! ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!!!

    • @lady…..your hate for everything not on yourside is is toooo deep, i also think you need a GOOD LAID…ok, you are a political whore. who should find gettin laid easy??? or is there something wrong with the BREAD? or is there no butter….I think you need to return to GB an drive Taxi again or try selling Timeshare with George at Island Seas….u r so sorry lady

      • @ Michelle:

        Re: On needing a GOOD LAID, may I suggest that you ask your leader for the address of the night school he attended. Now once you enroll, please pay close attention to your English lessons, OK?

        Further, my sexuality is non of your business nor is the subject of the five (5) Taxi plates which my grandfather operated.

        Never having a Public Service Drivers License, I can assure you that driving a Taxi was never on my Resume. In future, may I suggest that you try GOOGLE for a more accurate appraisal of who I am.
        You may be pleasantly surprised and bash that idiot who fed you so much misinformation!

        Finally, on the subject of political whoredoms, have you looked in the mirror lately? You are truly pathetic! I therefore excuse your ignorance and choose not to be offended.

        So, please enjoy your low life!

  8. @lady and storm
    You guys scare me you are so hell bent on destroying any one that does not agree with you.Sorry but I am getting out of your way. Have a nice day

  9. After all, when you play a BIG ROLE is breaking something, the least you can do is help fix it. So Grand Bahama you hear that? 40 of you can pack your lives up and go to Exuma and 19 of you can pack your lives up and head to Bimini. Great work Dion

  10. @ pratty

    You attempt to “spin” every reasonable criticism of the FNM into hate speech. You “amauteur spin doctors” are exhausting the intelligence and patience of reasonable people who simply ask for the ORDINARY QUESTIONS RELATED TO PROPER GOVERNANCE TO BE ANSWERED WITHIN REASONABLE TIME FRAMES.

    How much is the unemployment rate in the Bahamas TODAY, Pratty? How much is it in in Grand Bahama today, Pratty? How is any business able to assess the CONDITION OF THE ECONOMY YEAR-OVER-YEAR WITHOUT KNOWING, TO THE EXTENT THAT IT HAS BEEN FORMALLY MEASURED, HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE UNEMPLOYED. IS THE TRAJECTORY OF UNEMPLOYMENT STILL UPWARD? HAS THE RATE OF UNEMPLOYMENT INCREASED OR DECREASED RELATIVE TO THAT TRAJECTORY WITHIN THE LAST 90 DAYS. THERE IS A RUMOUR WITHIN BANKING CIRCLES (AS THEY COMPARE NOTES) WHICH INDICATES THAT 60% (SIXTY PERCENT) OF HOUSE MORTGAGES IN THIS COUNTRY ARE IN A STATE OF SERIOUS ARREARS. IF THIS IS SO, WHAT POLICY MODIFICATIONS IS THE GOVERNMENT CONTEMPLATING TO “CURE” THOSE ACCOUNTS OR WILL MARKET FORCES PREVAIL.

    I CAN GO ON AND ON AND …. PRATTY, BUILDING A CASE FOR THE TIMELY RELEASE OF THE STATISTICS OF UNEMPLOYMENT IN THIS COUNTRY. IT IS AN ACT OF ELEVATING POLITICAL CONSIDERATIONS OVER ALL ELSE TO HIDE AND HOLD THE REPORTS FROM PUBLIC VIEW SIMPLY BECAUSE IT DOESN’T REFLECT FAVORABLY ON THE GOVERNMENT OF THE DAY.

    REMARKABLY, SOMEONE OF YOUR ILK WILL FIND A WAY TO ADD SOMETHING ABOUT “BITTERNESS” OR “HATRED” TO EITHER THE COMMENTS OR MOTIVE. This post allows you an opportunity to somewhat redeem yourself by responding intelligently and soberly to it, but deep down inside I know that you are the kind who NEVER MISSES AN OPPORTUNITY TO MISS AN OPPORTUNITY (LOL).

    • No need to shout What is reasonable about critcizing the goverment for attempting to bring some relief to the workers that were let go.Gimmie and all of the other spin doctors a break.Both you and Lady Russell have an axe to grind with the goverment the venom is spewing everytime you post something here.You both need to take chill pill before you have a heart attack.

      • @ Pratty

        I promised my neighbor some Conch Fritters, but I am now torn between two minds: “Go in the kitchen and beat the Conch for the Fritter batter or stay right here on BP and beat the Conch out of Pratty?” Hmmmmm!

        • @Lady
          There you go again talking violence.Wanting to beat someone .I am begining to believe you were the class bully and Lady is just the pseudonym you use to lure unsuspecting victims into your den of terror.

          • @ Pratty:

            You are getting close to a correct conclusion, Pratty. “Lady” is a wonderful faith-filled title conferred upon me when my thought processes and behaviours were similar to yours.

            Since my spiritual promotion, I no longer regard anyone with dismissive contempt, but rather respectfully engage everyone who may wish to exchange or impart information.

            As you already know what treatment is meted out to all other disrespectfully combative opponents, perhaps you will tell your colleagues how best to approach for a pleasant exchange.

            You see Pratty, I only just got a reliable Internet signal since my return from California in 2008, about two days ago.
            FYI, while in California, I spent many man hours blogging for the Barack Obama Presidential campaign. Yup, spent my best efforts on making mincemeat of the positions put by one Sarah Palin and John McCain.

            So if you think you are a match, bring your best game to the theatre or just stick to the weather report. You know, something pleasant like: “Lovely day, looks like rain!” Yup, that is how civilized people initiate dialogue, pleasantly!

  11. AND WHAT IS THE UNEMPLOYMENT IN THIS COUNTRY ANYWAY? HOW MUCH IS IT IN NEW PROVIDENCE AND GRAND BAHAMA, RESPECTIVELY? Why is the government sitting on the reports?

    What the hell are we running? This can’t be a serious effort at democratic governance when the citizens and business community is denied acccess to critical statistics, perhaps because those statistics don’t favor the ruling party. THIS IS AN OUTRAGE!

    THE BAHAMAS IS AN EXPERIEMENT IN GOVERNANCE THAT HAS GONE HORRIBLY WRONG!!!!!

  12. Damned if they do and damned if they do’nt. You people are amazing.The good thing is you are not speaking for the workers that will be getting the assistance.Some of us are so pious and living so close to God we pretend to feel the pain of our hurting brothers and sisters, but we know deep down it has nothing to with their pain.IT IS ALL ABOUT THE HATE WE FEEL FOR THE GOVERMENT.

    • @ Pratty:

      Here we go again!

      I’m taking out Mama’s thick black-leather belt for your behind, ’cause you are obviously hard of hearing, Pratty!

      It is precisely your brand of dumb party loyalty that has brought our Bahamas to the brink of collapse! Our refusal to acknowledge the ineptitude and egotism of untrained political representatives, who blinded by their own Parliamentary salaries, chauffeur-driven cars, free travel and other perks, remain discnnected from the reality of the citizens whose interests they have sworn to serve.

      Ooops! I digress. Back to you, Praty:

      “Party allegiance has become a disguise to cover every form of nefarious and unsavoury activity in our Bahamas. From ignorance, dishomnesty and nepotism to peverted sexual intimacies which destroy all semblance of nationalism and good governance!

      In which category should you be placed, Pratty?

      • You lost me here. What does all of this has to do with you not giving a hoot about the hurting people and your hating the goverment.In your quest for stardom you have lost all sense of reality.Ater being dismissed from ZNS You call in to every talk show almost begging to be a guest.
        GOOD LUCK

        • @ Pratty

          WRONG again Pratty!

          I have my own show! The reason that I call the talk shows often is to destroy the foolish seeds that persons like you are daily sowing.
          Pretty effective strategy, wouldn’t you say?

          Oh yeah, Pratty! It’s succeeding, big time!Or you would not make such an effort to try and insult me, with your short self!

          Btw, I grew up in Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama Island, where we spent many a lazy afternoon killing flies, swatting mosquitos and stomping roaches. So I anm quite skilled in handling irritants like you!

  13. I totally agree with Lady Russell & Forester Carroll.
    What about the vast majority of young men and women who are still looking for jobs?
    The Foreign national movement trying to help those ppl in freeport cause thats fresh news now…. What about the other…….

  14. Ah Lord did the good Minister explain that the unemployment amounts are only due after the severance pay has been exhausted or have things changed especially for Grand Bahamians who they are trying to buy?
    And, wht is he referring to the unemploymeny scheme as that of the FNM and not that of the Government of The Bahamas? How low can a Minister go as you can be assured that the GOVERNMENT was advised of the impending layoffs long before the announcement.
    And, what is this about you only getting your severance pay upon returning uniforms? What a hot mess!!!
    Well done Foreign National Movement Govt, well done!

    • It is sad lady that you carry so much weigh of hate…the people was just fired on friday…Oh my God give thanks…..u need to try selling timeshare again….maybe u wud do better than faking what u aint

  15. i talk to a woman in B.E.C SHE WAS CRYIN SAYING HER LIGHT OFF AND THE BANK ABOUT TO TAKE HER HOUSE I ONLY SAKE MY HEAD BECAUSE I KNOW NOT ONLY HER GOING TRU THAT BUT SO MANY BAHAMIANS. IN 2007 BAHAMIANS TURN BACK. THIS IS THE TIME WE NEED A CARING LEADER.FOR ALMOST FIVE YEARS THIS GOVT HAS DONE OR PUT IN PLACE NOTHING FOR THE MEDDLE CLASS AND POOR BAHAMIANS. FNM GOTTA GO.

  16. INDEED !!! INDEED !!! INDEED !!! I TOTALLY AGREE MR. HAY HOOKS; MS. RUSSELL AND MR. CARROLL. THE FNM HAS GAT TO GO. CAN YOU IMAGINE BUILDING THE POWER PLANT AND THE MEANS TO GET THE POWER TO THE MAIN CITY (MARSHA HARBOR)IN ABACO WAS NOT CONSIDERED? I AM TOLD THAT IT WILL BE A WHOLE YEAR BEFORE THE MAIN POWER LINE TO CARRY THE CURRENT TO MARSHA HARBOR WOULD BE COMPLETE. AND BUILDING THE $20 MILLION BUILDING IN A VALLEY? THEY (THE FNM) GATS TO GO.

  17. I agree, Mr Carroll; people are losing their jobs; houses; income; medical insurances; bringing their kids back from college early; utilities and no help for them. It is only because the FNM government feels now that they have to be seen trying to do something that they have come up with this scam. You are right Carroll, what about the droves of unemployed within the last four years? They have no ideas so they made a desperate call to Butch at Sandals and Capo at Bimini and begged them for a few jobs which I submit will be temporary. Those jobs will last as long as paddy lasted in the army; only until the layoffs are not headlines anymore.

  18. …..and what about all the others who lose their jobs every single day, Dion Foulkes? …and what about all the unemployed, these pass four years of FNM governance who lost their jobs and have not found any as yet; is there any help forthcoming from the government for them?…and what provisions are being made for those 59 persons to leave their homes in Grand Bahama and go off to Bimini and Exuma?…will they get their relocation expenses paid for? …and will they get free accomodations for as long as they are employed at these off-island Establishments? ….and are they being guaranteed not to be laid off from these jobs under any circumstances?…isn’t this just a PR stunt by the FNM government to cover up their ineptitude? I submit that this is a lousy PR stunt being employed here so that the story will go away from the headlines. As soon as the heat is off, I submit, nothing else will happen for these people and they too will melt away into the sea of all the other unemployed in Grand Bahama with their horror stories to tell. I’ll guarantee the first lays-offs by Bimini and Exuma will include these 59 persons. The FNM has to be voted out of office; we can’t take any more of their visionless governance.

    • All this talk about Exuma where we know the workers are unhappy, why don’t they force the Grand Bahama Shipyard to hire more Bahamians. We have these foreigners working here year round without the need for a work permit while bahamians cant put bread on their table. So when people start to theif and commit other crime the politician wanna blame it on the parents, but its them. Simply because they dont want to protect the bahamian people, they are so concern about ensuring that the white investor walks away happy. These suckers really dont gave a fuck about their own people so until the chaos come to their door step they wont do shit about it. And i think we need a little chaos in this country to put things on the right track.

  19. Election season is definitely in the air..Political spin at it’s best! I’ll be present with camera in tow to follow the “Real” plight of these persons to the very end. The bureaucracy that will be attached with these “8 step one-stop policies” along with the misery will be enough to drive these persons insane. All one has to do is spend an hour down at social services or NIB to witness the madness most people in GB have to endure, only to find out after towing a long, hot line all day to be told ” sorry but you don’t qualify”. I want to know wth the 5 FNM MP’s intend to do about that!!

    I can guarantee the bulls#% that will come out of this farce, if were actually converted into dollars n cents would be enough to sustain the entire unemployed populous of GB. These people really believe Grand Bahamians stupid!

  20. Lady Russell, like you, I am up early this blessed Sunday morning with a cup of tea by my side, pondering the plight of Grand Bahama, and the Bahamas in general. Such thoughts keep me awake, or wake me early sometimes. Our Country is in deep trouble.

    We are in deep trouble, and declining! The Captain of the Ship of State has abandoned ship it seems. His agenda seems not to be that of his People, rather he appears to be focused on Foreign Entities, and ensuring their success to the detriment of Bahamians.

    I have many good friends and some relatives in Freeport, and it pains me to see how they are struggling to eek out a living there. Here in Abaco we thank Almighty God for Bakers Bay, Winding Bay, etc., which are keeping the local economy afloat despite the Government’s every attempt to sabotage the same.

    You will recall that under this Administration the new runway at Marsh Harbour was built without ONE SINGLE LIGHT. NOT ONE! The new Wilson City Power plant has been built WITH NO WAY TO GET THE POWER TO MARSH HARBOUR. The new City Land Fill which was designed to function for 20 years, is now filled to overflowing, and is being burned by the “favourite Son” Contractor.

    If private businesses on Abaco were run like Government Agencies, we too would be in the dire straits that you unfortunately find yourselves in over in Freeport. We are represented by only TWO Fnm MP’s, you on the other hand have 5 FNM MP’s. I think that is the difference.

    You should come see what they are spending 20 million dollars on now; an Administration Building constructed in a hole in the ground, where there is not hot water except in the bathroom of the Prime Minister’s office. HI expects to occupy that for the next 15 years so he can boast that he has been the longest serving PM in Bahamian history. I say NEVER!!

    I trust that Grand Bahamians will soon see the day when their lives can be improved. All the best.

    • I’m praying for Grand Bahama as well.

      I moved to Nassau in 2004 when I realized that our city’s economy would collapse. Without the functioning Royal Oasis Hotel/Casino. the hub of Freeport’s economy and without approvals for the Tractabel LNG proposal, which would have guaranteed affordable electricity to The Bahamas, I deduced that it was only a matter of time before …..

      I will tell you more about the unique investment opportunities availabe in Grand Bahama when I return. I’ve got to edit my Redemption Forum radio show for airplay at 6PM today on Love 97FM.

      • Good Morning Mr. Hooks:

        With pleasant, intelligent conversation like yours on this Thread, you must think me masochistic to have entertained so much abuse yesterday, when I should have returned to your enlightened post, as promised.
        I have learned from experience that entering Social Networking sites is much like being immersed in a maximum security prison. First, as the “Newbee” you must decimate the Bullies, avoid the perverts and seek out the wisdom required for continued enlightenment and survival.
        So thank you so much for your encouraging post, as it gave me hope for recovery of my hometown and indeed for our nation.
        I believe that the secret to the survival of Abaco and Grand Bahama lies in intensive promotion of the products and services both destinations uniquely offer. Your Neem products come to mind as a possible lure to an international clientele of tourists seeking one-of-a-kind Spa Treatments.
        The design concepts and Marketing strategies perhaps already exist in the mind of the Neem Product inventor. I hope that they keep pressing toward the mark….
        About Grand Bahama: Much prayer is required to correct the negative spiritual atmosphere which presently prevails over that island. God alone is able to change the aberrant, profit driven behaviours displayed by the principals of The Grand Bahama Port Authority to the establishment of a new order implimented pro bono publico!(for the public benefit).
        Please keep me in your prayers and in your loop!

    • Mornin’ Free!

      You should see what their ineptitude has done to my beautiful city! It pains me so much to see the devastation and hopelessness of the people that I avoid visiting.

      There are so many options which if pursued, would bring profitable enterprises to GB, however, when you appoint a pack of greedy, self-seeking idiots to promote and develop an island like Grand Bahama, the present decline is evidence of their non-performance.

      What is so sad, is their collective ignorance of what should be done to create a new reality for the well-planned island of Grand Bahama!

        • Where is the Tommy T thread, man? He locked up two of my friends after the Feb 23rd protest for what could only have been repeated hearsay ABOUT him, ’cause he wasn’t there! And guess what, BP? None of my friends have a criminal records!

          Then he had the audacity to come in the HOA and proceed to insult the remaining protesters as “possible” criminals!

          Man, please put up the Tommy effigy!

          My horse is chomping at the bit!

          No, wrong analogies! Sorry!

          Aaah, I think I’ve finally got it:

          “The prosecution awaits!”

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