Daily Archives: 12/27/2015

Year 2015: Reflections – By Rosaliene Bacchus

Three Worlds One Vision

Happy New Year 2016

Happy New Year 2016
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Year 2015 has been a tumultuous journey on Spaceship Earth. But all wasn’t bleak. In the blogosphere, friends like Cyril Bryan at the Guyanese Online Blog boosted my spirits and hits by sharing my posts and keeping me in touch with news from Guyana and the Guyanese Diaspora. In May, we welcomed the newly-elected coalition government of President David Granger and Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo. The challenges are innumerable. Clean-up goes much deeper than unclogging drains and removing trash.

Blogging friends, Dr. Gerald Stein (Chicago/USA) and Bruce Witzel (Vancouver/Canada), continue to inspire, motivate, and lift me up when passing through an asteroid field. Carol Hand, a new blogging friend from the Sokaogon Ojibwe Community (Wisconsin/USA), shares much-needed voices from the margins of Native American life.

I thank each one of you who have read and commented on my posts. You have…

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GUYANA – Latest News from various sources – December 27, 2015

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 27 December 2015  –  Kaieteur News  

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Michael Moore’s New Movie Tells Americans: Pack Your Bags for Europe

Michael Moore’s New Movie Tells Americans: Pack Your Bags for Europe

A documentary based on the benefits of invading other countries sounds like an unlikely premise for Michael Moore, the controversial filmmaker and antiwar activist who slammed the U.S. invasion of Iraq a decade ago in Fahrenheit 9/11. But his latest movie, Where to Invade Next, relies on the concept of a metaphorical, not a physical, attack.

Moore, parading as a one-man army representing the United States, goes on a quest to gather the most effective ideas and policies from nations around the world. From the factories of Italy to the public schools of Finland and the prisons of Norway, Moore uses his so-called invasions to show how America might learn from the success and efficiency of others. After each visit with business leaders, law enforcement officers, and politicians, the Oscar-winning auteur plants the American flag on foreign soil and declares liberation.

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Guyana Government News Brief December 24, 2015

GINA logoGovernment News Brief December 24, 2015

  1. Ministry of Communities… More efficient and cohesive housing communities planned.   Affordable housing with a community concept with infrastructure in place.
  2. Ministry of Health is expanding its services in the hinterland regions. Shortages of doctors and medical supplies are being addressed and services are improving.
  3. Ministry of Social Protection is establishing a Family Court next February that is designed specifically to address the many family related cases that have been delayed for lengthy periods in various Magistrates Courts. Ministry Volda Lawrence reports.  Continue reading
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