Daily Archives: August 4, 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – August 2, 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – August 2, 2013
  • Two Customs Officers, one Airline Security Agent charged with conspiracy to traffic narcotics
  • APNU wants four Local Government Bills on Order Paper for next sitting of the National Assembly
  • The Rhythm of drums could be heard around the National Park as ACDA celebrates Emancipation Day
  • Excitement in the Limacol CPL T20 as the Guyana Amazon Warriors face the Jamaica Tallawahs
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Two Customs Officers, one Airline Security Agent charged with conspiracy to traffic narcoticsPosted: 02 Aug 2013 04:45 PM PDT

The three men were this afternoon refused bail by Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry at the Georgetown Magistrates court. They were all charged with conspiracy to traffic in eleven Kilograms of cocaine on July 27 at the CJIA. Magistrate Sewnarine-Beharry also transferred the matter to the Providence Magistrates court for Report on Monday. The #1 accused in […]   Continue reading

Divide & Rule: Racism in Guyana – by Rosaliene Bacchus

Another informative blog entry from Guyana-born Rosaliene Bacchus. keep up the good work Rosaliene!

Three Worlds One Vision

High Court with Statue of Queen Victoria - Georgetown - GuyanaThe High Court with Statue of Queen Victoria – Georgetown – Guyana

Rude citizen! think you I do not know
that love is stammered, hate is shouted out
in every human city in this world?
Men murder men, as men must murder men,
to build their shining governments of the damned.
From the poem “After One Year” by Martin Carter (1927-1997)

 

I entered this world during a period of upheaval: the decline of the British Empire and the rise of the United States as a world power. As the British and American governments jostled to protect their interests, they fractured my small world. The British sought to secure their economic gains. The Americans feared having another communist nation in their backyard.

The British exploited the weakness within our first political party that had united the two major ethnic groups, totaling 81.6 percent of the population: East Indians (50.8 percent)…

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