Daily Archives: July 15, 2015

GUYANA: Capitol TV News Videos – 14 July 2015

GUYANA: Capitol TV News Videos – 14 July 2015

  • Shootout with police leaves one man dead
  • Protest against some PPP leaders
  • India Diplomatic Mission probe finished
  • City Council – Royston King regains his throne
  • Fire Service kept busy
  • Music training for teachers underway
  • Sports

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Venezuela vs Guyana – Economic war (a real one) – Caracas Chronicles – Venezuela

Venezuela-Map -27 May 2015

Offshore areas claimed by Venezuela (in green)

Venezuela vs Guyana – Economic war (a real one)

Francisco Toro / June 12, 2015 – Caracas Chronicles – Venezuela

What do you call it when a country throws its military assets behind a campaign to bully and intimidate a much smaller, poorer neighbour for the purpose of spooking away foreign investors and preventing it from carrying out strategic investments?

If the words “Economic War” are to mean anything, shouldn’t they mean that?

This post is a call to get real: what’s happening on Venezuela’s grandiloquently self-styled “fachada atlantica” (the eastern border it disputes with neighboring Guyana) is nothing but an attempt to give off-shore oil investors in Guyana cold feet. Continue reading

GUYANA – Latest News – 14 July 2015 – Demerara Waves

    GUYANA – Latest News – 14 July 2015 – Demerara Waves

President Obama Addresses the NAACP’s 106th National Convention – July 14, 2015

President Obama Addresses the NAACP’s 106th National Convention

Published on Jul 14, 2015  – In Philadelphia, President Obama delivers remarks at the NAACP’s 106th national convention — outlining the unfairness in much of our criminal justice system, and highlighting ideas of reform while keeping Americans safe and secure. July 14, 2015.

Courtney Crum Ewing was Martyred and Forgotten in Guyana – By Dr. David Hinds

Courtney Crum Ewing was Martyred and Forgotten in Guyana

Dr. David Hinds

Dr. David Hinds

By Dr. David Hinds

It’s been three months now since Courtney Crum Ewing was murdered on the streets in Guyana. His demise drew widespread condemnation from large sections of the society. The masses in conjunction with the political leaders transformed his funeral into carnival of protest. That moment may have had something to do with the collective energy that would make May 11 a historic day.

The then government instructed the police to leave no stone unturned in the pursuit of the killer or killers. Many pointed to a political motive. The then opposition vowed to find the killers if the assume office. Civil Society lifted their voices.   Continue reading

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