Notes From The Margin

September 27, 2007

Barbados Free Press Going Offline For 24 Hours Or Less

Filed under: Barbados,Barbados Free Press,blogging,Blogroll — notesfromthemargin @ 2:50 am
We received this email from Barbados Free Press as a comment to a post. We felt it deserved a little more prominence.

Hello Folks

Before 11pm on Wednesday, September 26, 2007, Barbados Free Press will be going offline for an estimated 24 hours – or less. At times the blog will entirely disappear – while at other times we will be online but none of the moderators will be on duty.

Whether we are down for the entire day or a few hours all depends on how quickly we can make some things happen.

The reason for this will be clear upon our return.

My friends…

We are not living in the Barbados of our parents – where no matter what hardships we faced, our elected representatives, police and judicial officials at least knew right from wrong and the importance of the Rule of Law. No, people didn’t always live up to the standards as they should have: but at least they knew enough to know when they were doing wrong.

Comment by Marcus – Barbados Free Press — September 27, 2007 @ 2:17 am


  1. NFTM, I feel that to become caught up in whatever game BFP is playing can only detract from the quality of your blog. I really do not understand where BFP is going, since I have not detected any sensible advice on how to counteract the problems that are being highlighted.

    Comment by Linchh — September 28, 2007 @ 4:47 pm | Reply


    I’m allowing this ONCE and once only. I’ve deleted the other posts.

    Comment by NEW BLOG — September 29, 2007 @ 9:11 pm | Reply

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