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This is irrespective of whether the Bahamian is a certified official Negro or not. I understand rights, but there are some rights we have to take away from individuals for their own benefit. As it stands gambling is illegal in all forms for Bahamians and non-citizen residents of the Bahamas. In fact, even with paying the government's taxes, the revenue will greatly increase for the operators, while their operating costs will actually result in an decline. Well, the police and upstanding citizens have to be vigilant in shipping theses want to be thugs along with their lawyers and politicians onto the ACG plantation. Positiveinput, I agree with you that too many young, inexperienced and mature slimeball men of our ethnicity practice trying to strangle the goose that is here on our beaches laying the golden eggs. Comrade "Sandy" owes Bahamaland an quick apology for what seems to be his reckless attempt at promoting the biggest of all gambling myths; "If I keep gambling my luck is going to change. We need some examples, quick, period. Im amazed at how Bahamians are so lax about being treated as second class citizens. Just look at our news the other day; teenagers stabbing one another over a dice game. No one needs to tell them have a valid drivers licence to rent a vehicle. However, Prime Minister Christie has promised a referendum on the legalisation of gambling and a national lottery before the year is out. Not second class but fifth class citizens in their own home by bastards that have been authenticated by some institution for supposedly higher education outside this Bahamas, and now pompously assume that they are therefore empowered and enabled to speak for the masses of Bahamians. I didn't think so. Bahamians know better but like I stated weeks back we only tend to do what is inspected of us and not what is expected. No pain no gain! But no I do not support Bahamians gambling in the casino. Amazing how the Chinese government are invited by Bahamaland's government to own gambling Casinos, but in their red China they are not legal? I worked for a few months on a public beach occupied by visitors and locals and again the locals there portrayed a negative look for the entire population. There is nothing bad about this idea, so long as you have the goon squad visible and ready to transport any and all fools to the ACG. Get real PM Christie. Visitors would be sun tanning wearing their beach-wear and the locals mainly males in small groups would stare and in some cases disturb the guests with their annoying and senseless conversations. Trying to further separate the different classes of people in the Bahamas by giving the rich rights others don't have because of wealth is downright sickening. Its sad that the innocent must suffer for the guilty but the best we could do now is to teach our younger generation the 'doos' and 'donts' so that in the future the good would out weigh the bad. No one needs to tell them remove their shoes or belt when passing security. Now as far as having the best standards of living in the region, for those that that oppose change like the doctors, lawyers, judges, members of a certain secret order, or other lower members of the illuminate, then yes, you are right. Is placing the eradication of the increased poverty left behind by your former law partner, into the clutches of the Numbers Rackets Operators, what you promised during the General Elections when you promised that your new government would work to eradicate Bahamaland's poverty? First things first, give the people their fair share of income from legitimate jobs in agriculture and fisheries, build fish hatcheries for the future of our ocean, crank up our export markets for our fruits, vegetables, and fresh fish around the world, purchase and install an efficient Tram system in Nassau and remove all Jitneys from our streets, and preach to the preacher that they are useless and needless for in that day and hour every man shall be judge on his own merit - not the preacher for his church, nor those that suffered at the hands of a lawyer for the lawyer that made them suffer. And if any lawyer or judge opposes this line of treatment of the young and stupid that youth is wasted on or mature degenerates, then impose the same treatment on those cunning resisters to direct positive change. If you made cocaine legal today people aren't going to flood the streets with white noses and tweaking. I am about action not talk. No Bahamian patronising such an establishment irrespective of the ring they might wear shall be exempt from this system of painful swift justice. We are not a disciplined enough community. Judge what would happen in a casino. Yet thats when they are in a foreign country, however when they are in their own homeland all of this training they pocess vanishes. Nevertheless, if you are male member of our society and you can not read then it was your own fault that you did not hear about the new law, but you will pay with your life just the same. But if such groups only constitute less than twenty percent of the total population, as unemployment skyrocket coupled with crime because of useless soft-belly politicians making bad decision and those barbaric members of big time lodges that support such infantile responses from their politician, then the our standard of living is very poor.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I spoke on this mater previously. I'll win back the money I've lost if I just keep gambling. Believe me they will change their line of thinking rather quickly. Now, yes there are loud mouth dangerous young men out here, but they have never had their balls placed unceremoniously in a wise grip pliers and the danger in them tightened straight out of them after repeated douses or this treatment are administered to them once a day for one month, and they are made to do ten years of hard labour on the ACG. Again, the greater percentage of the population is only doing what is inspected of them, making it hard for the percentage whom know what is expected to participate in various fields. Maybe we do not want tourist to see Bahamians acting out, but they will respect us more if we grab whomever the culprit is and when shackled and placed under arrest, we can then apologize to the tourist while informing them that they can be sure that this uncultured, criminal person will be immediately jailed for the mandatory ten year period and never have the chance to cause such a disturbance again. Its our right to be able to enter the casino and play in our own country. Because desperate young people and mature slimeballs will only do right too when they are given no other choice. Are Americans so much better than us? He said he is working in the Ministry of Finance on scheduling a time for the referendum. No one needs to tell them to buckle up their seat belts when a car is in motion. OMG NO! I say that no beach in the Bahamas should ever be exclusive in that a Bahamian could not frequent it, so long as he does not disturb the peace or destroy real or personal property of other visitors or hotel owners. First things first, give the masses of our people their fair share of income from legitimate jobs in agriculture and fisheries, build fish hatcheries for the future of our ocean, crank up our export markets for our fruits, vegetables, and fresh fish around the world, purchase and install an efficient Tram system in the Nassau and remove all Jitneys from our streets, and preacher to the preacher that they are useless and needless for in that day and hour every man shall be judge on his own merit - not the preacher for his church, nor those that suffered at the hands of a lawyer for the lawyer that made them suffer. I'd suggest these "sanitized" pastors get back to talking with Jesus, instead talking for the criminal numbers rackets operators? Examples of harsh enforcement must be employed for compliance, period. I am not a wealthy Bahamian Like it or not some Bahamians Do we really want the tourists to see us acting loud and boisterous in the casinos.. Why, I guess because there is no visible and swift punishment for those who dont know how to act in public. Pastors, try shinning the light on Jesus from your Sunday morning pulpits, not sermons on; "how to dream numbers to hand over your hard-earned wages, to further enrich the already deep pockets of the rackets operators? Again I stress the meaningful sense of your comment of the beaches but again the attitude and manner of which some Bahamians conduct themselves is having a negative affect on US as the total population. How ridiculous. The time for us to part-take in various opportunities have long gone but thankfully if we teach our children now, someday, their children would not be judge because of the actions of the simple minded. Just because something is legal doesn't mean everyone is going to go out and gamble. Funny he should be saying this at a time when the Chinese government still refuses to license casinos in China, for tourists or locals? There should be no free lunch for voyeurs, free loaders, criminals or want to be criminals, who are decidedly impolite or inconsiderate to other people. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}As of Friday, July 6, Mr Sands said while he supports regularising number houses, he is not an advocate of Bahamians being allowed to gamble in casinos. The legalization of the numbers rackets will not do away with their connections to politicians. I have witness swift enforcement like this in Atlantic city, and in Los Vegas, Nevada. I believe the government should examine the opportunity for high net worth for persons who can verify their ability to sustain gambling for limited periods like over a month or something like that. We cannot have this system That cannot go on any further. Taking away rights is never anyone's benefit, they are losing their liberty which doesn't seem to matter to Mr. In most situations besides the female guests requiring security assistance, most of them were with partners which escalated a different level of problem when their partner whom left to go to the restroom or juice-bar would return. Of course there should be adequate security at all beaches, period. These same hoodlums know how to use yes sir, no sir, good morning, excuse me and so on when appropriate. Even in Mexico, on most of their beaches they have machine gun toting military and police men continuously monitoring said beaches. The need to shut up or feel the real deal which is hot sand slamming These high mulatto official Negros are the ones that have consistently espouse the concept that we all need a leader, so long as they are in the driver seat In other words, little idiotic boy and girls as these inflated Negros would like us Bahamians to think of ourselves as take what you are given and shut up. Staff members at our local number houses are being verbally insulted because a ticket WE purchased and left the establishment was incorrect after being urged to check for accuracy before leaving. One thing about you JohnBrown your comments do make sense but we still must realize that as Bahamians, we put ourselves in the position we are in. They can gamble in their casinos, but yet we cannot. First, the Chinese should return our beaches back to the natives? Legalize gambling across the board and give your fellow citizens some credit. And as government property you will be transported to the Agricultural Chain Gang ACG where you will work while shackled together for ten hours each day in the hot sun raising produce for export purposes, working for the enrichment our economy. So make gambling legal give us our liberties, and maintain our human rights. To such disgraceful behaviour, we should pass out fliers to all young and mature persons on the beaches and through out the Bahamas, print it in the newspapers and announce a new law with damming penalty that will be enforced, which states that effective immediately, should any native individual or group of native individuals chose to make a beach user feel uncomfortable with their advances, unwelcome conversation, unwelcome stares or through any aggressive conduct that may be levelled against another peaceful native or tourist while they are recreating on OUR beaches, they will automatically be arrested and placed in jail for ten years, without trial, bail or hope for bail. For months our law officials have been stressing the importance of the use of seat belts, whereas for years when we travel abroad we always knew. In fact, we can go gamble in their casinos but not our own. Unfortunately, his ridiculous statement, follows on the heels of new revelations by local Pastors, who seems to be anticipating some spiritual collection plate awakening toward legalizing the numbers rackets with their as equally reckless statements that they have become "sanitized" to the tax benefits from making an criminal act an legal business? As I once hear the president of Brazil say that politicians will only do right when the people give them no other choice. Currently there are at least 16 independent numbers houses in New Providence alone, with another six in Grand Bahama and a few spread throughout the Family Islands. We have to find the balance and even with the liberalization of the number houses there might be an opportunity where numbers may be able to be purchased through a window at the casino. The number houses are actually quite genius and progressive thinking whether the people, Christian council, or politicians like it or not, they are most likely here to stay as long as they provide jobs and contribute to the flow of money in the country. But would the Pastors be as willing to pay taxes on their new found cash cows? You're right 'concernedcitizen' but look at our hoodlums when travelling. I have previously spoken about this matter in detail. Its sad to say some Bahamians dont know how to act civilized, and letting everyone into those casinos is a bad idea and will embarrass us all. You see concernedcitizen in every gambling establishment that I have frequented in America Europe and the Bahamas, there are rules that one must abide by or visit hell.