Daily Archives: 10/29/2012



Monty Alexander – Love & Happiness


By  EWALT AINSWORTH                             10 20 2012

Gt communicologist and bloggist  Ewalt  (Waltie) Ainsworth has said that his disability  is not an in-ability;  it is his morality and plurality in a diverse society that has kept him going.

Waltie observed that “what man has done man can do.”  He only has light perception and uses a cane to ambulate.  He maintains his keen sense of humor and a knack for tantalize and remembering fropuscatious encounters in rural and rustic provinces.  Waltie is also a story teller of magnanimous proportions.  Last Friday night he spoke at an August gathering for UPPER LEVEL men in his Hampton hometown.    

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US Elections: Your vote counts – by Rosaliene Bacchus

Another interesting entry from Rosaliene Bacchus. Check out her other blog entries.

Three Worlds One Vision

This is the second U.S. presidential election that grabbed my attention. Election 2008 was magical: the possibility of America’s first female or black president. Four years later, the magic is gone. Many promises for change remain unfulfilled. Middle Class America floundered while our elected representatives failed to work together for our interests. A vocal minority group of extreme religious conservatives launched a war against women’s rights. Using their vast wealth and new status of personhood, big corporations have compromised a faction of our officials and can now finance candidates for public office.

The U.S. electoral system is so complex and costly that there is no level playing field for all participants. We have more than ten political parties, yet only the Democratic and Republican parties enjoy prominence. Third Party and Independent candidates lack the financial clout and coverage by mainstream media to appear in the national polls. Without the…

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UB40 – 100 music videos – continuous play

UB40 – 100 music videos – continuous play

For the World War I German submarine, see SM UB-40.

UB40 are a British reggae/pop band formed in 1978 in Birmingham, England. The band has placed more than 50 singles in the UK Singles Chart, and has also achieved considerable international success. The band has been nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album four times, and in 1984, they were nominated for the Brit Award for Best British Group.[1]One of the world’s best-selling music artists, UB40 have sold over 70 million records.[2]

[ Read more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UB40]

Commerce Chamber worried about politics and business

Commerce Chamber worried about politics and business

Doing business in Guyana takes a special effort and those persons who venture in must be commended. This is the view of Speaker of the National Assembly, Raphael Trotman. He made those comments while addressing a luncheon organized by the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI). Trotman was the guest speaker at the luncheon and he pointed to the reality of Guyana’s Governance structure, noting that all the actors seem not to fully understand their role.
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Remembering Dr Charles Roza of Mackenzie Hospital

Remembering the legendary Doctor Charles Roza of Mackenzie Hospital – Upper Demerara

Dr Charles Roza

       By Dmitri Allicock   for Guyanese Online

The delivery of healthcare in the bauxite mining community of what is now called Linden was once ranked tops in Guyana and around the Caribbean. Free housing for their workers, along with employment, competitive pay, augmented with good healthcare, were among the enormous contributions of the Demerara Bauxite Company {Demba} to the people of Upper Demerara and Guyana. Continue reading

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