Governor Ranfurly calling the UBP “recalcitrant, stubborn and politically obtuse” and the coloured people “extremely ignorant and easily led” 1956

Governor Ranfurly wrote that Milo Butler was “hugely fat and unattractive coloured man without a brain in his head.” Ranfurly’s wife called him “Minus Butler.” Randol Fawkes was “utterly untrustworthy Continue Reading

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Secret 1970 British File On UBP Party Meeting in London, To Try To Stop Independence, Declassified in 2001

In 1970, three UBP Party members, Reginald Lobosky, Geoffrey Johnstone and Eric Watkins, arranged for a secret meeting with British colonial officials, in London. Reginald Lobosky was a UBP Senate Continue Reading

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