Daily Archives: January 12, 2015

The, Sorry Charlie, Interview

THE MIND OF RD REVILO

  • Freedoms, We All Want To Protect
  • But even freedom has its limitations
  • It does NOT give you the privilege to disrespect
  • Others, their culture, their religions
  • You may critique them, when deciphering decisions
  • What if I made fun of the Royal Women of Britain
  • I publish a picture of The Queen
  • With a big Black penis in her mouth
  • And hairy Black testicleson her chin
  • Or in a corner, short dick William
  • And poor, white, naked Kate
  • Penetrated by giant snakes
  • Thick, behemoth Black throbs, robbing
  • Her orifices, while she’s gleefully bobbing
  • Does freedom of speech ever extend beyond its reach
  • Freedoms, We All Want To Protect
  • But even freedom has its limitations
  • It does NOT give you the right to disrespect
  • Or if I say, Jesus was gay
  • And picture him and John butt bouncing away
  • Does freedom of speech ever extend beyond its reach
  • None of…

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EMBERS OF GUYANA- 13 POEMS – By Dmitri Allicock

EMBERS OF GUYANA- 13 POEMS

By Dmitri Allicock

embers

 EMBERS OF GUYANA

Fan those embers burning bright

Keep them glowing as you might

Storms hover and wind may blow

Ride that journey of high and low

Positive of thoughts to stir the fire

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The Sri Lankan Elections – January 2015

The recent Sri Lankan Elections created an unexpected change in leadership… and a peaceful transition.

  • Published Date – 9 Jan 2015 – BBC News
  • Sri Lanka’s New Leader: Maithripala Sirisena

    Maithripala Sirisena was sworn in as Sri Lankan president after a shock victory over veteran strongman Mahinda Rajapakse in a January 2015 election dominated by charges of corruption and growing…

    Published Date – 8 Jan 2015 – BBC News

Commonwealth, Britain may penalise Guyana says UK High Commissioner, Andrew Ayre – Rohee replies…

Commonwealth, Britain may penalise Guyana for Parliamentary suspension, local govt elections

Monday, 12 January 2015 10:41 – by   – Demerara Waves

United Kingdom High Commissioner, Andrew Ayre

United Kingdom High Commissioner, Andrew Ayre

The Commonwealth may impose sanctions on Guyana for  its failure to hold long-delayed local government elections and lift the now two-month old suspension of Parliament, and the United Kingdom could cut back bilateral aid, according to the top British envoy here.

“Guyana is moving into a category of concern for the Commonwealth. That is quite clear from discussions that take place in London,” British High Commissioner to Guyana, Andrew Ayre told a news conference at Cara Lodge, Quamina Street.
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West Indies win second T20 against South Africa to take series

West Indies win second T20 against South Africa to take series
Published on January 12, 2015 – Caribbean News Now
Chris Gayle - Man of the Match

Chris Gayle – Man of the Match

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — An amazing batting display by West Indies saw them break several records as they beat South Africa by four wickets to win the second T20 International at the Wanderers, on Sunday evening.

 The Windies were set 232 for victory after the Proteas posted 231-7 off their 20 overs. The visitors reached the target with four balls to spare – the highest run chase in T20 cricket. The win gave the Windies an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series – following their victory by four wickets in Cape Town last Friday night (January 9, 2015)
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Guyana: Gold Declarations short by 97,000 ounces for 2014

Gold Declarations short by 97,000 ounces for 2014

Gold barsGold miners demand same incentives as big operators to stay alive

January 3, 2015 | KNEWS

As gold closed out a dismal 97,000 ounces short of its original 2014 target, local miners have stepped up calls for radical changes that will see real incentives to keep the industry alive for small and medium scale players.
Gold declarations ended the year at just over 387,000 ounces.

According to Guyana Gold and Diamond Miners Association (GGDMA), it now wants almost the same benefits as the big operators with the time now for key mining policy changes. This is to allocate more of the fiscal “benefits currently enjoyed by large scale licencees to small and medium scale producers as well.” Continue reading

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