Daily Archives: July 17, 2013

Egypt: 12 year old boy analyses Egyptian politics – video

Published on Mar 21, 2013  – Egypt : The Next President???   

This 12 years old boy is just stunningly, incredibly smart. Listen to him as he excoriates the Muslim Brotherhood, relentlessly dissecting their power grab for Egypt.  If you think he’s just regurgitating a script or something, watch him answer a question about gender equality at 1:57.

The original interview was realized by the Egyptian newspaper El Wady, in Cairo, on Oct 19, 2012. Free Arabs (www.freearabs.com) is responsible of the editing, translation and subtitles

BARON – ‘The Soca Man” – 27 song videos- autoplay

Some information on BARON the “SWEET SOCA MAN” of Trinidad & Tobago. [click here]

Baron (4)Baron
Real Name: Timothy Watkins Jr.
Profile:
From Trinidad and Tobago… Baron (Timothy Watkins Jr.) grew up in Bamboo Village, La Romain in South Trinidad. The calypso crooner, also dubbed the Sweet Soca Man can sing anything from traditional Trinidadian songs, to American classics.   Continue reading

Capitol News – TV News Reports – 16 July 2013

Capitol News  – 16 July 2013

  • One shot dead after armed bandits invade Guyhoc store
  • Telcor continues construction work on Queenstown site despite being barred from doing so
  • Education Ministry issues warning to schools who deny registration to students who are unable to pay fee
  • Elderly residents of Agricola seek to remove stigma of crime associated with that community
  • Guyana Police Force pay tribute to Policemen killed in the line of duty

View TV News Reports below:

One shot dead after armed bandits invade Guyhoc storePosted: 16 Jul 2013 05:23 PM PDT

The Police are grilling one of the captured bandits identified as Dwayne Simon as they try to arrest the others who were involved in the robbery murder at a grocery store in Guyhoc Gardens Monday evening. The incident left 36-year-old Heron Dennis dead. He was shot in the neck. Dennis and other customers in the […]       Continue reading

West Indies beats Pakistan by 37 runs – 2nd ODI in Guyana

West Indies v Pakistan, 2nd ODI, Providence

Narine and Bravo brothers level series

West Indies 232 for 8 (Darren Bravo 54) beat Pakistan 195 (Jamshed 54, Akmal 50, Narine 4-26) by 37 runs
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details

West Indies were unusually generous in the field but their batting showed signs of returning to form and Sunil Narine roared back to his best as they overcame Pakistan in Providence to level the series at one-each. West Indies themselves had been helped by a sloppy effort from Pakistan’s bowlers, who conceded a whopping 38 extras in a low-scoring game.

Darren Bravo provided the stability at the top of the order and, though Pakistan’s naggingly accurate trio of spinners choked the scoring in the middle overs, Dwayne Bravo and Kieron Pollard played some big shots towards the end of the innings to lift West Indies to a competitive 232 on a slow surface  [read more]

Six Million Trayvons: the Zimmerman mindset – By Judd Legum

Six Million Trayvons: How the George Zimmerman Mindset has Rigged the Justice System Against Young Black Men

By Judd Legum

 George Zimmerman killed one boy, 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. Although a Florida jury found Zimmerman not guilty, his attitude — that a young black male is an object suspicion and contempt — not only cost Martin his life but has infected the entire United States criminal justice system.

Law Professor Michelle Alexander makes the point powerfully:

It is the Zimmerman mindset that must be found guilty – far more than the man himself. It is a mindset that views black men and boys as nothing but a threat, good for nothing, up to no good no matter who they are or what they are doing. It is the Zimmerman mindset that has birthed a penal system unprecedented in world history, and relegated millions to a permanent undercaste.    Continue reading

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