Monday, April 22, 2024

Comissiong: Don’t let Clarkson come


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Jeremy Clarkson has offended Barbadians and should not be allowed to visit this country to be the main presenter for next weekend’s Top Gear Festival, says pan-Africanist and former Senator David Comissiong.
He has given Clarkson’s visit the thumbs-down following the controversy in the British media, and now in Barbados, over the alleged use of the racial “N” word by Clarkson, Top Gear’s main presenter.
“He should not be invited to Barbados. He is not welcome here.
“We should not find ourselves in the 21st century still being the dump heap upon which England dumps it rubbish.”


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