Monthly Archives: November 2012

Guyanese captain, crew robbed of 476 pounds raw gold in Curacao

Guyanese captain, crew robbed of  over 400 pounds raw gold in Curacao

Written by Demerara Waves Friday, 30 November 2012 19:13

(ASSOCIATED PRESS) WILLEMSTAD, Curacao —Masked men in jackets emblazoned with the word “police” boarded a fishing boat Friday in Curacao and stole 70 gold bars worth an estimated US$11.5 million, officials on the southern Caribbean island said.

The boat’s captain was struck in the head in the early-morning assault before the thieves made off with the gold in three cars, police spokesman Reggie Huggins said. Authorities believe there were at least six men involved in the heist. No suspects were in custody.  Continue reading

2012 Earth’s Golden Age, Magnetic Field Decline and Poles Shift – video

2012 Earth’s Golden Age, Magnetic Field Decline and Poles Shift – Is this true??

Sacred knowledge of vibration and the power of human emotions – video

Sacred knowledge of vibration and the power of human emotions

Why has this universal truth been hidden from the beings on this planet?

This is the biggest mystery. For over 25,000 years the Universal Truth was not available to the people of this planetary system. It is now finally being received on this planet. Deep seekers of the truth that are open minded and ready will receive it.

The higher energies of 2012 and beyond have a two fold effect. We have been stuck in a Universal Time Matrix System that has been disconnected from the higher dimension frequencies for thousands of years. Ancient Earth history shows manipulations of the planetary grids by beings from other more advanced systems (Draco-Orion, Sirius, Pleiades). The Universal Time Matrix system we are in is being manipulated. The energies of 2012 and beyond are opportunities for faster ascension and manipulation into restriction of ascension.   Continue reading

Concerns that Guyana prioritising wealth over public health

Concerns that Guyana prioritising wealth over public health

Mission to UN mounted by Guyanese authorities seeking to shield gold miners from mercury ban is earning widespread concern from NGOs.

(Caribbean 360)  GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Thursday November 29, 2012 

The gold mining industry has become a boon for Guyana and this year, recorded sales of gold will bring in more than US$600 million to the economy, about six times more than sugar.

Since world gold prices began to surge as investors search for a hedge amidst ongoing global economic uncertainty, gold has become Guyana’s leading export industry, easily surpassing sugar, bauxite and rice as the main economic pillar.

According to the Inter Press Service (IPS), in a bid not to lose out on this lucrative industry, Guyanese authorities are opposing a proposal at the United Nations (UN) level to impose a legally binding ban on the use of mercury in the global gold mining industry.   Continue reading

Why go back home – The irrelevance of geography – commentary

Why go back home – The irrelevance of geography

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To foresee the future, one need only ask the average St. Lucian – secondary schooled, thirty something, mother of three – if she has any idea where the country is headed under this or any other administration.

By Adrian Augier of St. Lucia

CASTRIES, St Lucia, Thursday November 29, 2012 – After half a life of caring for everyone but herself, an exhausted wife may well contemplate running away from home.  A mid-life businessman – mortgage paid, kids finished school, some money saved – might think of relocating to a future rich with guiltless possibilities.  But for hundreds of young St. Lucians studying abroad, where to live is a question of an entirely different colour.

If there’s a family business, a plot of debt-free land, or some promised post still waiting, a few will eagerly return.  But many young undergrads – in Canada, England, America, Cuba or Trinidad – foresee at best, a doubtful future and feel a dwindling sense of national obligation.   Continue reading

Jotta A…Brazilian boy..Amazing Grace(Lyrics) + 23 other videos

Jotta A…Brazilian boy..God’s Perfect Gift…Amazing Grace(Lyrics)

In this video, Jose Antonio “Jotta A” Viana is about 10 years old, born and brought up in a Pentecostal family. His Dad is a Pastor of a local Assemblies of God church in Sao Paulo, Brazil..

Here he is singing the song of Chris Tomlin’s version of Amazing Grace (My Chains are Gone). Jotta is simply talented and most of all anointed. He has turned Christian songs into a new breed and heights that are now becoming more and more popular even to the unbelievers. He is really a new singing sensation!   Continue reading

The most dangerous place in the country – letter by GHK Lall

The most dangerous place in the country – Parliament

Stabroek News  – November 19, 2012 Letters | GHK Lall

Parliament Building

A few weeks ago I wrote of how dangerous Guyana as whole has become. [see letter here – click].   Today, I place the spotlight on a particular place that is unquestionably the most dangerous place in this country.

Nobody wants to be the first to say it publicly, so I will do the dirty, thankless job.  At first I felt it would have been certain dark streets and notorious alleyways. Then I thought it would be that high-powered office on Vlissengen Road. While the latter comes very close, it does not house all of the sinister unsavoury characters.     Continue reading

Finance – The fall of the universal bank

Finance – The fall of the universal bank

Exit the rock-star bosses

Nov 21st 2012 | from The World In 2013  – The Economist

Before the great crash of 2008, the universal banks swaggered around London, Hong Kong and New York. Barclays, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, Deutsche and UBS imagined they could be all things to investors in (almost) all corners of the globe. Five years on, in 2013, such ambitions will seem quaint as the American and European banks find themselves either shrinking further or increasingly marginalised.

Far from competing in every category from asset management to equity derivatives and fixed income, the universal banks will abandon businesses and locations, through forced disposals or severe cost-cutting. From the ruins, a new order will emerge: one with different capital structures, new credit channels and a continued shift in power towards Asian institutions, some of which will be either partly or wholly government-owned.   Continue reading

Guyanese receive help in Far Rockaway, Queens NY

Guyanese receive much needed help in Far Rockaway, Queens NY 

Written by Tangerine Clarke   –  24 November 2012  – Guyana Chronicle

Sunday, November 11 was a blisteringly cold day in the ocean-side town of Far Rockaway, Queens but this didn’t stop members of the Guyana Diplomat Corps from joining religious and cultural organizations to bring hot meals, warm blankets and cleaning supplies to hurricane victims in one of the hardest hit areas in the New York area.

Picture shows .. Pamela Ross, Shanta Fields and Allison Ross from Ozone Park, Queens, brought a smile to the faces of kids after handing them hot meals in the Far Rockaway Township.

[Read more .. Guyanese receive much needed help in Far Rockaway, Queens NY]

‘Say Merry Christmas’ – a new Christmas music video

‘Say Merry Christmas’ – a new Christmas song