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FU Disney Cruise, you are going to ruin one of the most beautiful beaches in the world!!! You make my stomach churn
Well maybe Disney say FU back what the hell do.yiu know anyways…..Disney has done more to help any community then any company or organization out there
Go away!!!!! You’re going to destroy the most beautiful beach in the Bahamas!!
Sorry you need to tell the truth. less than a 1/4 mile from this location on other side is place call Princess Cay. Been there many times. This is very nice area and they are very nice beaches. But mother nature over the years has done more to mess the place up that man will every do. This area is very hard to get to and sailed passed this beach min 6 time and never seen anyone there. It more about making it so everyone can enjoy it and we all know Disney will be a good care taker.
Disney has refused to answer the requests of many environmental organizations to do a real and truthful EIA. The one they have done has been rejected by so many of these organizations and world renowned environmental experts. On a Zoom call w the community Disney even admitted they have NO plan for the waste that the boats will dump in the sea. Given Disney’s claim to be environmentally friendly they should be ashamed of themselves. Finally, an all white more affluent community on Spanish Wells were given the opportunity to reject a planned cruise line dock while the mostly black and low Income community in South Eleuthera has had dissenting voices silenced by Disney-paid disrupters at local meetings and have been deceived into thinking that this will bring good paying jobs and business to locals. While in fact Disney will only allow a very limited number of local vendors to interact w locals while paying for the privilege. All the while they will be destroying possibly the best tourist attraction that Eleuthera has to bring overnight tourists to the island – tourists who spend so much more than any day visitor would.
The reality is that Disney has desecrated more pristine land in the Bahamas than it will ever “restore” or “preserve”. How many toilets do you think they will place in this “magical” kingdom??
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