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And we agree with the Editorial of the Tribune, there are many prostitutes in Journalism around the world, and we are happy they are coming to terms with confessing its many sins before the face of the public yesterday. For more than years, the operators of the morning daily Tribune have become the professionals in that House of Harlots on Shirley Street.
And as such, they have become so influential and persuasive that its backdoor facing Dowdeswell Street has cultured and blossomed on its doorstep a plethora of every sexual sin imaginable. Young Christians would tell you, its bile was so sinful to carry in the afternoons, that decent law-abiding Bahamians knew it was a reproach to be caught in a lavatory with the dutty wutless terlet paper! The Tribune for many years became the voice against the upward progress of Bahamians and, to this day, it cannot share one claim of having supported any progressive legislation to advance the average Bahamian — particularly during the Pindling era.
Here an institution [The Tribune], which in the last term of the FNM government, called for the censure and shutdown of the Mighty Internet — the global portal that has opened the eyes of the innocent! They feared then — as they now know — that no longer will they ever control the conversations of the masses or limit the ideas of our people who now seek to move forward!
One of the Tribune clients during that period was the Royal Bank of Canada — who to this day share an inseparable relationship with the morning daily. Today RBC is terminating its staff left, right and centre and only Bahamas Press is reporting news on this developing story.
Why is that? Just before the general elections, A Royal Commission on Gambling was held. There was a decision to expand the tourism sector and casinos were to play a huge role. It was the intention therefore to explore gaming in the country and examine its present influence in the society.