when right, ones do not take no for an answer but a regular Barbadian
attitude was much prevalent in the situation recounted below.
Top men of the company Illuminat that used to be Geddes Grant, which
is now owned by Neal and Massey, a Trinidadian company. Trinidad
has us; they have bought us over have merged and come under one heading.
The head here is Michael Armstrong, the son of the first local
chief of police. The directors are: Anthony Yearwood, Keith
Seale, Cherrie Ann Sealy Catwell, Anthony King, Keith Thomas and Senwick
Reid and the salesmen involved are an Ince and a Lewis, two men.
A business call itself Illuminat, when the Illumatii consist of fascist
ruling families or ruling royal blood of the European dynasty, who seek
to take over the world’s economy.
and sales men follow through in the Barbadian internalisation of the
ethics of the now exposed, degenerated, corrupt, greedy, destructive
overdeveloped world and can sell their soul but this does
not gives them the right to mine or the whole island’s? They
do not understand that in business one does not give up.
The Japanese tell them something and they enforce it on this island.
There is not the gun but a matter of putting such men in a position
and appeal to their lack of ethics.
control their own in not so democratic ways using education, economics
and business and they intend to strangle the west, infiltrate and take
over with by education and commercial technology. Japanese are
taken care of from the cradle to the grave by their employers and meanwhile
their political dynasty oversaw, all the personal money that employees
thought they had, disappear. Japan is madly developing robots
because soon, too many of their people are going to be so old.
So well did
salesmen, Ince and Lewis and director Anthony Yearwood and employees
in New York internalise the Japanese ethic of built-in obsolescence
- make something that is not lasting and according to the western world
it done, buy a new one - that any question concerning the GR 1700 even
an attempt to get left back spare parts or secondhand ones or information
to repair or a manual was answered abruptly with: “That machine
is obsolete no more parts are made for it anymore.” These
people give up easily because some Japanese tell them something that
does not make any sense.
A common issue
with technology now is that manufacturers determine how long they want
to pursue their old technology (especially with soft-wear) when in the
old days things lasted decades. Now it is upgrade this and upgrade
that and that puts finances in a spiral and creates challenge.
In 1934, a
friend’s father when he went to manage a plantation in the country
there was no electricity from the power company but there was a diesel
plant that could direct any amount of power; something broke and the
people at the foundry said they could not make one and so his father
wrote the company in Bradford and said that he had one of their diesel
engine and needed a part. The company wrote back and said
that they did not make those machines for a long time ago and that they
were glad to know that one that old still worked and they sent the parts
free on condition that they use the letter.
items they are called. What is a throw away item? Throw away and we,
the consumers pay for that. Our government should not allow imports
in unless we can get parts for a long time or a local supplier can make
the sole agent for Risograph and in the Risograph GR 1700 is built-in
obsolescence. They are ten years old and least five people have
the same problem - a cutter unit is broken and Illuminat says they cannot
get any parts and are not prepared to solve the problem other than by
buying a new machine from them. It should be simple to get cutter
units from another old machine, when the company is exposed to so many
GR 1700 for they have a record of all the machines that they sold; they
have a service contract on the machines all they have to do is go to
a list on a computer.
are very popular so it is easy to imagine when a school decides to change
a machine but Illumant wants me to do like the schools that waste our
money: use a machine for five years and the ministry will provide
the money to buy another machine. If the school does not request
funds the next year funds are reduces and their budget is reduced so
I have spent
a lot of money buying ink and stencils over the years and somebody in
Japan decides that it is time to spend money with “us” again.
A machine in pristine condition must be dumped in a landfill with an
excuse from Mr. Ince, the salesman.
“We could not have known that after eight years Riso would do this
to us.” So why are they still dealing with the Japanese
and why do they not feel responsible to find me a simple cutter unit?
The Risograph replaced the old Gestetener machine, which lasted in schools
that by imposing their social structure business wise and economic wise
on a society that society will fall in line. They have embraced
western forms of business and so forth but they made a big mistake,
when they adopt the Malthusian system of society with its zero population
growth for it has wiped them out - they are now a society of old people.
This came about in the 1800s in Europe. Dr. Robert Thomas Malthus
was one of the Illuminati; they can be called social engineers, and
that project put forward a programme in world education
which fosters zero population growth to control the so-called
over population of countries. It is now out of control but they
believe that they can take over the world, which is the purpose of their
great advancement and pushing of robots. If enough robots can
be made to take over as much of the working force as possible and employ
as little of the masses as possible, this will be cost efficient, which
means more economic power and the world is based on economic power.
There is no need for robots but they believe that with greater control
of people there will be segregation and along with deprivation wars
will erupt and people will kill off themselves and they will end up
winners in a society where they are gods but even those that control
will be processed and they too will be destroyed and discarded just
like the lower end of the society - get us to fight and
destroy each other but with the present star wars mentality it is going
to death of them too.
the company Illuminat in Barbados is ignorance. Not ignorance
of the - “I do not know” but the one that says - “I
do not want to know. Do not tell me that I do not want to know
developed countries have scientific civil servants - people employed
as civil servants, who are strictly scientist. They may not be
inventors or in the front of scientific research but they are there
for the methodology, which means scientific methods and that scientific
method could be applied to our economists our sociologists - all of
them can use a scientist.
with that.” Mr. Chandler the head of the government’s Science
and Technology said, he blamed people above him for what has to be part
of his job. He should resign and let someone less cynical
We have a few
good scientists and we need a scientific civil service. When banks
had a system, where they could recognize cheques by magnetic numbers
at the bottom they found a black lead pencil was rubbed lightly over
the numbers and when the cheque was given to the bank in the area they
accepted it but when it went into their machine, the machine did not
recognize it and it went in with a bundle of cheques, which the bank
sent to the Bank of Scotland to verify but by the time they were verified
money was in the account. That was a way. With a system
of punch holes just stick another hole with a pin. There are always
We are not
technological minded. Get a job in the Civil Service with
five O’ Levels and they could be English, French and that lot.
While someone who has a good pass in physics has a job in the post office
made so much money because he realized only a few people needed to be
learned - that instead of one man making a whole car, he started a production
line - let one man put on the left side wheel and the next a right wheel
and let the car go along and someone else put on the fender and so on.
He sold a car for two hundred dollars. Someone tightens a bolt
on a back wheel but does not know how to make a uniform but he works
at Ford for money.
of technology have been suppressed, oppressed and not passed on to the
people. There is no smelting plant. We can smelt and use
for building. Open a foundry for those with ideas – let them
be heard - they could make part for all sorts of things. The new Halls
of Justice has been built where was the foundry.
There are so
many other things - about 25 years ago there were experiments making
board out of bagasse what have they done? People must use locally
what is available. Children born after 1950 no longer know how
to build trucks, rollers with polish tins and scooters with ball bearing.
We had the best metal work machine shop and made prototype shells that
went everywhere in the world. In 1930 most of the technology happened
with the amateur radio men, who found them out first; there was nowhere
to buy parts; they used telephone receivers from Cable and Wireless
to make radios,
- ultra high frequency and the first were at a special low frequency
- VHF and ultra high frequency and cost four pound. Hundreds of
them were used and a man started a firm making his own transistors -
two sizes - small and big. They could oscillate beyond the
frequency needed, they were like general-purpose transistors and he
sold them for 2 shillings and six pence. In 1976 there was a spring
that cost a dollar to replace and a retired Civil Service scientist,
he was 70 and went home, and he made these springs at home and the same
spring cost him a penny to produce. Integrated chips were just
amplified and a Japanese fellow had a lot that were scrapped, junk because
a firm made many and only used ones that pass a certain test and he
found a way of getting inside of them with a microscope and fixing them.
George Payne was a leper and when he set up a phone patch to Vermont
and he was sent to Vermont to show them what to do. Barbados had
more atmosphere probes over it than anywhere else in the world. A lot
of information on the ionosphere and re-entry patterns that Cape Kennedy
used was collected in Barbados.
are irretrievably lost for the moment. All they can think of is
tourist. We do not produce because are not making use of
our mass brainpower.
was having their tax holiday here in the 70s, many were unaware of its
importance to the computer industry. They built a new place at
Adams Castle and made spare parts that hundred of thousands of dollars
worth of them fitted into a shoe box, a man carried them in a case in
his hand. They said that they were going to be here for
a long time and the guy in charge said that he intended to have their
own man do the job for the first ten years.
foretold the story. They made spare parts because according
to the American law a new product cannot go on the production line without
providing spare parts for at least ten years. Mohamed on
a mountain did not say that change has to be that fast. Ten years
is not long enough. Radio mechanical engineering changes all the
time and with the change comes the need to replace but it does not make
economic sense for the human being. The sense it makes is to monopoly
and they are gangsters.
of this kind of genital politics is from The Economist
June 06th 2009 on General Motors.
in the 1970s was not really the arrival of better, smaller, lighter
Japanese cars; it was GM’s failure to respond in kind. Rather
than hitting back with superior products, the company hid behind politicians
who appeared to help it in the short term. Rules on fuel economy distorted
the market because they had a loophole for pick-ups and other light
trucks – a sop to farmers and tool-toting artisans. The American
carmakers exploited that by producing squadrons of SUVS, while the government
restricted the import of small efficient Japanese cars. If Detroit had
spent less time lobbying for government protection and more on improving
its products it might have fared better.”
There is no
sentinel being called business. Life is not industry these
fast changes are to quick money not to find a fair way of making a living.
It was not always like that before a Gestetner lasted two and three
generations. Riso is the same copier it is only the model up from
the Gestetner – clean and beautiful and works like a dream, dependable
and a workhorse.
We do not have
trained computer specialist, we have very skilled information technology
worker, who know how to access and use computers, which do what they
are supposed to do but they cannot go outside of the handbook that comes
with the computer. Computers can do things for which they were
not specifically designed but it takes a skill person to discover what
it can do.
When the Standard Vanguard first came out, it was one of the few post war cars with a gear stick in the handle. It was not a mini car but not a big long car; it used to seat five and the speed dominator went up to 90, the handbook said so, but the car could do more than ninety - the same with computers.
to sell us cars, which they cannot sell most parts of the world, without
pollution controls – no catalytic converters - along the chain of
command from the white car dealers, to members of parliament and the
prime minister. Esther Byer-Suckoo was so disingenuous at a DLP
lecture she gave early in their administration. She excused this situation
with “we have just got in.” Meaning we were born to
all issues only yesterday day.
taxes makes pollution control devices, which cost an extra $2,000.00
cost $6,000.00 more. We are being taxed to the grave. Dr.
Joy St. John said that citizens are falling victim to more lung cancer,
asthma and respiratory diseases. The number of lung cancer
victims that do not smoke is increasing and no one not even the science
and technology department says it is polluted air.
are more children steadily going into starvation not having anything
to eat in the world than before and we got more billionaires walking
is needed, now.