Daily Archives: 09/25/2013

Capitol News TV News Videos – 24 Sep 2013

Capitol News  TV News Videos – 24 Sep 2013

  • And on Crime, the blame goes to…..
  • Some First Federation tenants feel they are being forced out
  • GINA Workers feel the effects of Budget Cuts
  • Another policeman gunned down, this time in his yard
  • Theater personality Ron Robinson in an accident.
  • Sports
  • Human Trafficking: Trinidadian woman rescued at Interior location tells her story
  • Hunt still on for killer of Biker Kirk Davis
And on Crime, the blame goes to…..Posted: 24 Sep 2013 07:28 PM PDT
Some First Federation tenants feel they are being forced outPosted: 24 Sep 2013 07:22 PM PDT   Continue reading

INDIA- Emerging Party in 2014 Election Led by Narendra Modi

Emerging Party in 2014 Election in India Led by Militant “Orator”  

Tuesday, 24 September 2013 – By Papri Sri Raman, Truthout | Op-Ed

India, like the United States, is one of the largest democracies in the world – and also home to 1.23 billion people. By April 2014, the country will elect a lower House of Parliament for the 16th time. These elections are being described by the media as a “game changer.” The government of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, led by the Congress Party (Indian National Congress), has been in power since 2004, and the nation is believed to be spoiling for a change. In India, psephologists (those who study elections) call it the “anti-incumbency factor.” Then, this is a country that loves to play the game of predictions. All in all, the political cauldron is bubbling in this corner of the earth, stewing in it is the “Idea of India.”

Why should that interest the world? With the Syria and Iran weapons issues on the table and a general economic slowdown, the world’s eyes are not turned to India.Yet remember, it is recession that created conditions for the Third Reich.   Continue reading

Canada: Mixed signals on Quebec’s anti religious minorities plan

Conservatives send mixed signals on Quebec’s anti religious minorities plan 

Saturday, September 14, 2013

 By Fannie Olivier and Lia Levesque, The Canadian Press

MONTREAL – The federal government might be talking about consulting lawyers and threatening a lawsuit over the Parti Quebecois’ controversial charter of values.

But what about the senior cabinet minister from Quebec?   He says he’s not too bothered by it.

Denis Lebel, who is the Conservatives’ Quebec lieutenant, was asked in an interview Tuesday what it was that upset his government about the religion plan.  [Read more]

Will racial tribalism forever dominate Guyana? – Freddie Kissoon


September 22, 2013 – Kaieteur News – Columnists: FREDDIE KISSOON

Guyana is enduring a syndrome of violent robberies. It has been going on for years and it touches every part of Guyana and every race. Our Chinese and Brazilian residents have witnessed brutal robberies in which the victims have died. The General-Secretary of the PNC was violently attacked by thieves in his home. I did two columns on the Wild West madness in the mining areas of Guyana where horrible robberies have led to the deaths of many persons, and from my research, none of the victims are East Indians.

Suddenly, the Muslim Youth Organization (MYO), Ravi Dev, and the Attorney-General (AG) discovered a dimension of the syndrome that should arouse curiosity in our academic community and in political parties. Let us quote the MYO; “The recent upsurge in criminality bears a sinister likeness in the modus operandi of the 2002/2003 crime wave, where efforts were made to destabilize our country.”  Continue reading