Speech of Prime Minister Perry G. Christie at 68th General Assembly of the United Nations

Speech of Prime Minister Perry G. Christie at 68th General Assembly of the United Nations

Speech of The Right Honourable Perry Gladstone Christie Prime Minister, Commonwealth of The Bahamas 68th General Assembly of the United Nations Saturday, September 28th, 2013 .

Interview With Perry Christie Of Union Catholic

Interview With Perry Christie Of Union Catholic

Interview With Perry Christie Of Union Catholic

PM Perry Christie 2013 Independence Address

PM Perry Christie   2013 Independence Address

Opp. Leader Perry Christie Explains Validity of Youth Programmes Under His Administration

Opp.  Leader Perry Christie Explains Validity of Youth Programmes Under His Administration

BAHAMAS The Journey to Majority Rule 1 of 3 .mp4

BAHAMAS The Journey to Majority Rule 1 of 3 .mp4

PM Christie declares Majority Rule Day as a milestone of equality. The Journey To Majority Rule Nassau, The Bahamas -- On January 9, Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Perry Christie in his communication to the House of Assembly announced that Majority Rule Day belongs to all Bahamians, black and white, rich and poor, young and old, city dweller and Family Islander, PLP, FNM, DNA and independent alike. "It belongs to all of us," said PM Christie. "January 10th should be commemorated and celebrated by all of us because it represents one of the most singular moments in our evolution as a people. Indeed, Mr. Speaker, with the exception of Emancipation from Slavery in 1834 and the attainment of Independence in 1973, there is no event of greater consequence and historical importance than the attainment of Majority Rule on January 10th, 1967." The Prime Minister pointed out the meaning of attaining Majority Rule to Bahamians who participated in making it become a reality in 1967. He said Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes has long been on record with the view that the historical significance has more social impact on Bahamian culture than either Emancipation or attaining Independence. "There is much to commend that point of view because in truth January 10th, 1967 represents the moment of transition from the old Bahamas to a New Bahamas; from minority government to Majority Rule; from an oligarchy to an authentic democracy founded on the principles of true universal adult suffrage; principles which only achieved expression in The Bahamas on January 10th, 1967 - forty-five (45) years ago tomorrow," said PM Christie. "January 10th represents one of the highest peaks in the historic - and still ongoing - struggle of the Bahamian people for economic empowerment, for equality of opportunity, and for social justice. It was an enormously important milestone in a continuing journey that was begun centuries ago when some anonymous slave struck the first blow for freedom in our land."

Fred Defies Christie 3

Fred Defies Christie 3

Fred Mitchell Talks with Controversy TV about the PLP Party loosing Confidence in Leader Perry Christie. He also states his reason for challenging Mr. Christie for control of the party. He then went on to say Paul Moss could not be the Leader of the Progressive Liberal Party. However the High Light of the Interview was chatting about his New Book, Moments in PLP History.

Rt. Hon. Perry Gladstone Christie

Rt. Hon. Perry Gladstone Christie

Rt. Hon. Perry Gladstone Christie speaking at Haiti Bi-Centennial Independence Celebration in 2004. A great speech of the rich heritage of Haiti and it's contribution to Bahamian History. "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."

YOUNGEST M.P ELECTED IN BAIN & GRANTS TOWN

YOUNGEST M.P ELECTED IN BAIN & GRANTS TOWN

JFK in Trauma Room One: The Missing Piece: Last Moments Before Death

JFK in Trauma Room One: The Missing Piece: Last Moments Before Death

Chief of Anesthesiology Dr. M. T. Pepper Jenkins led the team to resuscitate President Kennedy at Parkland Hospital, Nov. 22, 1963. THIS RARE FOOTAGE reveals many private moments with Mrs. Kennedy, and second-by-second efforts done to save the President - excerpts are from a formal presentation to an invited audience in Beverly Hills in 1993. There is a larger, one hour DVD being made by Christie Jenkins, a Hollywood screenwriter.

BAHAMAS The Journey To Majority Rule Chapter 2 of 3 .mp4

BAHAMAS The Journey To Majority Rule Chapter 2 of 3 .mp4

PM Christie declares Majority Rule Day as a milestone of equality The Journey To Majority Rule Nassau, The Bahamas -- On January 9, Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Perry Christie in his communication to the House of Assembly announced that Majority Rule Day belongs to all Bahamians, black and white, rich and poor, young and old, city dweller and Family Islander, PLP, FNM, DNA and independent alike. "It belongs to all of us," said PM Christie. "January 10th should be commemorated and celebrated by all of us because it represents one of the most singular moments in our evolution as a people. Indeed, Mr. Speaker, with the exception of Emancipation from Slavery in 1834 and the attainment of Independence in 1973, there is no event of greater consequence and historical importance than the attainment of Majority Rule on January 10th, 1967." The Prime Minister pointed out the meaning of attaining Majority Rule to Bahamians who participated in making it become a reality in 1967. He said Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes has long been on record with the view that the historical significance has more social impact on Bahamian culture than either Emancipation or attaining Independence. "There is much to commend that point of view because in truth January 10th, 1967 represents the moment of transition from the old Bahamas to a New Bahamas; from minority government to Majority Rule; from an oligarchy to an authentic democracy founded on the principles of true universal adult suffrage; principles which only achieved expression in The Bahamas on January 10th, 1967 - forty-five (45) years ago tomorrow," said PM Christie. "January 10th represents one of the highest peaks in the historic - and still ongoing - struggle of the Bahamian people for economic empowerment, for equality of opportunity, and for social justice. It was an enormously important milestone in a continuing journey that was begun centuries ago when some anonymous slave struck the first blow for freedom in our land."

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