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March placards & banners ready!- Ayana S. Hull

One of the placards for today's, May 24, 2018 march. Photo: Team of Reporters
Co-Chairwomen of the Decision to March committee, Ayana S. Hull told our newsroom that banners and placards can be picked up on Thursday, May 24, 2018, from 2:00 P.M. at the Sunday Morning Well in Road Town. Photo: Provided
Co-Chairwomen of the Decision to March committee, Ayana S. Hull told our newsroom that banners and placards can be picked up on Thursday, May 24, 2018, from 2:00 P.M. at the Sunday Morning Well in Road Town. Photo: Provided
Ayana S. Hull expressed that there should be no obscene or slanderous banners. Photo: Provided
Ayana S. Hull expressed that there should be no obscene or slanderous banners. Photo: Provided
More placards created by the organisers of the Decision March. Photo: Provided
More placards created by the organisers of the Decision March. Photo: Provided
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - Organisers of the march from the Sunday Morning Well to the Governor’s Office in protest to the United Kingdom decision to make accounts information for the offshore sector public via registries has announced that banners and placards are ready.

Bishop John I. Cline, Chairman of the Christian Council, has spearheaded a by partisan march and has a committee to work out the details. One of the concerns of the committee is that marchers stick to the issue and hence they have made banners and placards to assist marchers.

No obscene or slanderous messages

Co-Chairwomen of the Decision to March committee, Ayana S. Hull told our newsroom that banners and placards can be picked up starting Thursday, May 24, 2018, from 2:00 P.M. at the Sunday Morning Well in Road Town.

Ms Hull, an Attorney, Financial Services expert and author of the Territorial song, when asked, if residents are allowed to bring their own placards and banners said: “we prefer not, however, there should be no obscene or slanderous banners.”

She added that she is "confident that the marchers will cooperate".

47 Responses to “March placards & banners ready!- Ayana S. Hull”

  • Real Talk (23/05/2018, 17:21) Like (24) Dislike (2) Reply
  • cay (23/05/2018, 17:31) Like (20) Dislike (3) Reply
    Loving the first banner
  • One like (23/05/2018, 17:32) Like (17) Dislike (9) Reply
    I like the 'we won't keep calm and carry on' one.
  • SIS (23/05/2018, 17:37) Like (33) Dislike (22) Reply
    And it’s all about Tortola. And tourism employes more persons. Why hold a march on a Thursday at 4 pm. As usual you don’t care about the sister islands. Don’t tell the s about sacrifice!! We have sacrificed more Han enough
    • Listen (23/05/2018, 18:37) Like (13) Dislike (3) Reply
      Here we go again. Ask a question before jumping to conclusions
    • Yeah yeah (23/05/2018, 18:44) Like (60) Dislike (13) Reply
      Where were the banners and marching gang when crime was getting out of hand????
    • Ferry â›´ (24/05/2018, 08:25) Like (14) Dislike (0) Reply
      If the aim is to march to Government house, then the March should be on Tortola. Ferry was provided to accommodate all the sister Islands participants.

      Now let’s get back to the REAL issue!!!!
  • Love (23/05/2018, 17:57) Like (10) Dislike (23) Reply
    Join the gang and march on the Queen then turn around and beg her for independence.
    • Hrmph (23/05/2018, 18:30) Like (36) Dislike (11) Reply
      The UK would be delighted to give us independence. The suggestion that they want to take over is nonsense.
      • UKusay (24/05/2018, 00:25) Like (9) Dislike (10) Reply
        Them want to take over...yes.
      • independance (24/05/2018, 18:25) Like (0) Dislike (2) Reply
        The u.k clearly states that they will give us independance if we ask for it. The bvi dosent have anything of importance to the u.k other than maybe a beach paradise. Think of the usvi to the usa...nth but beach vacation
  • just asking... (23/05/2018, 18:09) Like (60) Dislike (6) Reply
    Not playing when we marching on the ndp?
  • the uk (23/05/2018, 18:11) Like (13) Dislike (18) Reply

    Thoes banners weak like ayo going church lol

  • Jessica Jones (23/05/2018, 18:31) Like (14) Dislike (2) Reply
    Keep Calm and March On
  • News Flash (23/05/2018, 18:36) Like (28) Dislike (0) Reply
    Let’s not make a joke of this with all the cheerleading, laughing chants, and Jouvert sounding music.

    This may be seen worldwide and we must not come across looking like we are just a show-and-tell and not serious about voicing our serious concerns.
    • Hmmm (24/05/2018, 05:42) Like (6) Dislike (4) Reply
      By the BBC or CNN? Not a soul coming...
    • Nwwsflasher (24/05/2018, 07:50) Like (23) Dislike (4) Reply
      If this is seen world wide we best be worried because all ANYONE will see is a march for the right to launder dirty money. I hear about 20 different reason for marching. Ain’t no one got an idea for real, aside from NDP and the lawyers. Everyone else just vex and them people hijack we anger. If bbc here it going make we all look bad!
  • pat (23/05/2018, 19:04) Like (33) Dislike (32) Reply
    March on wall and plane first
  • This is on (23/05/2018, 19:17) Like (66) Dislike (6) Reply
    After the hurricane when people were being taken advantage of where was the March
    This country allowed their own to suffer so much where was the help and to those who made their fortune from this business when all those poor people were getting layed off where were the March but the so call special interests wants us to March for them when we the poor and not so fortunate were being taking advantage of by the businesses wether gas stations , food markets ,land lords the rest of you were smiling straight to the bank now let's March against all the wrong doing that was done to the majority of us first then we will think about your March after because the greedy must be dealt him with and this is the beginning of what's to come .say whatever you like the truth will set us free.
    • Yeah yeah (23/05/2018, 21:22) Like (26) Dislike (4) Reply

      I agree. Plus the criminals were out shooting every Tom,Dick, Harry and even a child but THERE WAS NO MARCHING nor any huffing and puffing from society but now everybody and their grandma want to march. Well they call march their butt straight to Timbuktu for all I care

    • Love fr my country (24/05/2018, 07:22) Like (11) Dislike (9) Reply
      @ This Is on: Are you for real? Do you think this March is about the benefit of some people? If you think so, then you really do not understand what is happening to your country. You speak about advantage being taken of persons after the hurricane. Well let the Financial Industry go and you will see suffering for that is what is helping to keep this country going. We only have that industry and then tourism. I tell you once the trust companies pull out from here with this new law that the UK is bearing down on us, lots of jobs would be gone and only the strong will survive! So please read up on the issue at hand or let someone who knows about the situation help you in understanding the issue at hand for your own sake!
  • politicians (23/05/2018, 19:24) Like (20) Dislike (4) Reply
    Please stop sounding ignorant and show some decorum during the March and speeches tomorrow. Put forward speakers who can be understood by the UK. We do not need them sipping tea and scorning us further
  • shark (23/05/2018, 20:29) Like (19) Dislike (10) Reply
    This March should be marching against the N.D.P government getting them out of office.
  • The Establishment (23/05/2018, 22:31) Like (5) Dislike (13) Reply

    "England Is A B****."
    That will be my placard tomorrow .
    That's My freedom of expression. Under the Constitution. If they can call our money "dirty money" then I can sing that sonG of yore.

  • Well now (24/05/2018, 06:04) Like (35) Dislike (4) Reply
    March for something we can change - local issues, no accounts, TPP cost overruns, BVI Airways, million dollar walls, sewage on the streets in Road Town
  • Online Now (24/05/2018, 06:06) Like (9) Dislike (5) Reply
    This is a mess. Half the people are marching because they think it’s against Government spending -yet the march is being sponsored by Government. Ministers saying that civil servants and school children will be there - so is that mandated?

    What we need now is a proper legal challenge with due process as the U.K. have clearly over stepped the mark with regards to the constitution.
    • @Online Now (24/05/2018, 09:08) Like (5) Dislike (3) Reply
      The March is going to happen and people know exactly why they are marching. We do have the legal challenge going. That's for the Government and technocrats. The people can protest and we will.
  • VIslander (24/05/2018, 06:16) Like (17) Dislike (11) Reply

    Everybody who has been capitalizing off of free money wants you to March. As soon as things get good with them again, they will forget who fought the cause. Let all those NDP conservatists fight their own battles. 

    • l (24/05/2018, 09:13) Like (6) Dislike (7) Reply
      You missing the point. This battle belongs to everyone who calls the BVI their home. It has nothing to do with party or politics. It is about an outside institution taking advantage of us. If people would only understand what the UK is doing to us, they would rise up. Also, take some time to understand how our financial services work. It is not like some people are portraying.
    • @VIslander (24/05/2018, 09:23) Like (8) Dislike (3) Reply

      You sound ignorant. Free money? No money is free. This is not about the NDP. We don't care about the NDP. This is about the Virgin Islands. 

  • the end (24/05/2018, 08:05) Like (7) Dislike (5) Reply
    The beast knows his time of rule is over so he will destroy all he had built to sustain his rule which includes the political system. They gonna fly outta here on viirgin galactic and leave this planet in a mess before the new law and rightful order is restored by our creator. You know that judgement has taken place because of all the mental and moral degeneration that is happening amongst the weak people. The lord is allowing all of this chaos because it opens the door for law and order to be restored. The new elites of the world will be those with the strongest genetic make up and brightest of minds.
  • chad (24/05/2018, 08:50) Like (2) Dislike (5) Reply

    YEAH YEAH, you can tell you didn't had much schooling ,crime is something that can be avoided

  • ..... (24/05/2018, 09:07) Like (8) Dislike (6) Reply
    Please! Somebody see that Elton close Bobby's for the two hours. It have people there that want to march but the store don't ever close.
    • True (24/05/2018, 09:58) Like (7) Dislike (9) Reply
      People who work there have nothing to do with this march thats why its at 4pm so all the FS people can go but not a thought to the tourist or service industry, why march its them that will realise the sun don't shine out a desk.
  • laughable (24/05/2018, 10:11) Like (16) Dislike (11) Reply
    I’m sorry, but you folks are something else. You all did not march when you truly were getting screwed over by your own
    • Yellow trousers (24/05/2018, 15:41) Like (6) Dislike (6) Reply
      This is a really sad time to be a BVI Islander. Politicians are playing our people like puppets. This legislation has been coming for many years and it was just a matter of time, be thankful you got away with laundering money for so long...its not only the BVI who is being effected, please read up on this and educate yourselves.
      Please engage the brain and lets march against the west end fire, the millions that are missing from corruption, raw sewage in streets, kids being educated under tents, crime. The list could go on and on....Orlando said what UK is doing to FS is inhumane...well well well.

      All this talk of slavery and God again, is this all we got?.

      We don't have the golden egg anymore and on our way to being the new Haiti.

      Enjoy your march and waste of time.

  • dude (24/05/2018, 11:58) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    you prefer not? LMAO I dont think you understand how protests work LMAO
  • ausar (24/05/2018, 12:18) Like (7) Dislike (3) Reply
    Excellent banners!

    And they all reflect TRUE sentiments that hold dear to those of us whose forefathers have called these islands home for five plus generations!

    Stay strong, my people. The battle has just begun!
  • Snow cone (24/05/2018, 12:47) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Secede or succumb.
  • Dolly (24/05/2018, 14:30) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    I like the second flyer from the top.
  • Logic (24/05/2018, 15:14) Like (5) Dislike (3) Reply
    If we don't have anything to hide and claim we are more compliant than alot of these other jurisdictions then we don't have anything to worry about. I do understand the need for client confidentiality but I still think that there will be some limit set forth on the extent of availability of data. Public access will be law and from my knowledge all laws set out their conditions. We first need to hear what the final law will state before we jump to conclusions. It will make us seem very ignorant. If the conditions of this law somehow unjustfully deprives us in some way or another then we contest it. In the meantime we must hear all conditions set out with this new law before we can intelligently conclude the repurcussions.
    • ILLOGIC (25/05/2018, 06:26) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
      The process is unconstitutional. Where have you been? No one is accepting it!! This is not only us protesting. If If put your business on blast you won’t be happy. So why should our clients. FATF, OECD said they would not be moving to the standard as they are not sure it solves crime. This is bullying and we should not accept it. We already know what the law will say we need to show. We are not dumb. It will be a breach of fundamental rights and freedoms, especially on privacy.
      • @illogical (25/05/2018, 21:15) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
        When you walk into a supermarket and see a whole list of folks all names attached to returned checks,isnt that putting their bank business on blast? Huh?
        • @@Illogical (29/05/2018, 11:25) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
          It could be depending on how much information is on the cheque. The businesses can post your name on a bounce check list but I believe that you are protected under the constitution from your rights being breached in this way. Persons can challenge it in the courts if they want.
  • Xxx (26/05/2018, 08:04) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Good job to the committee

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