A broken pole on a South Abaco Road. Boy, we need change.
South Abaco, Bahamas — Look at the picture carefully. Can you unveil the mysterious third world conflict that is often dubbed in the Bahamian lingua as “Black Crab Syndrome“?
We here at Bahamas Press will give you an in-depth revelation of what we call “Corporate Black CrabSyndrome“.
The photo depicts a utility pole that is broken from the ground and is being held up by a high–tension wire. A closer look at the pole, however, would reveal that there is no BTC wire attached to it, nor a BEC wire.
Hmmm, looks like a CABLE BAHAMAS wire that has the pole a float.
Third world “Corporate Black Crab Syndrome“ has it that if it doesn’t belong to our company, the hell with the public’s safety including the elderly, and pedestrians.
Logically, it would be fair to assume only residents in the southern Bahamas would be pruned to this kind of neglect by their government but this Ingraham led FNM government bottoms new lows of microscopic victimization by singling out polling divisions they have lost through even winning the constituency.
This photograph hails from polling division number 12 in South Abaco. The settlement that is never graced by a visit from its MP because he lost this particular area in the general election.
This is part one of the corporate black crab syndromes and microscopic victimization in the Bahamas.