Daily Archives: June 7, 2016

Central High School Alumni NY Chapter – Fundraising BBQ – June 25, 2016

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Military Confrontations – The Threat of World War Three – John Pilger

Military Confrontations – The US Elections Silent Issue

JOHN PILGER INTERVIEWED ON THE US ELECTION’S SILENT ISSUE

In two interviews – for RT’s Going Underground and Dennis Bernstein’s Flashpoints on Pacifica Radio in the US — John Pilger describes the dangers of confrontation between the United States and Russia, and between the US and China, and how a ‘conspiracy of silence’ has excluded vital debate from the US election campaign.

Video: Published on Jun 4, 2016 –  Afshin Rattansi goes underground on the outcome of whoever wins the White House in November. Multi-award winning author and filmmaker John Pilger gives his take on the threat of World War Three as Britain’s defence secretary Michael Fallon jets off to Singapore for the Asian Security Conference where the keynote address will be given by US Defence Secretary Ash Carter.

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Guyana– Latest News from various sources – June 07, 2016

GUYANA – LATEST NEWS – 07 June 2016 – Kaieteur News

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Trip To Guyana 2016- by Joshua Fields + Poonam Singh- GUYANA – 2 videos

Trip To Guyana 2016 – By Joshua Fields

Poonam Singh – GUYANA

Published on May 26, 2016 –This is my gift to my enchanting country, Guyana as we celebrate our 50th Anniversary of Independence!

Thank you for years of beautiful memories and wonderful experiences and thank you for your undying love and support!
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Guyana Government News Brief – June 6, 2016 – GINA video

GINA logoGuyana Government News Brief – June 6, 2016

Tony Cozier: Painting Cricket Pictures with Words – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Tony Cozier: Painting Cricket Pictures with Words – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Tony Cozier

Tony Cozier

Tony Cozier: He was the chap next door, the neighbor you could trust. But there is more. He was armed with a wealth of statistics that were stored in his memory bank. Each fragment contained bowlers, batsmen and fielders. We knew through him who kept the bowling tight and who were the master blasters. This icon gave life to dry numbers and left us wanting more. The passing of Tony Cozier has created a gash, a dent in the already deep wound that is West Indies cricket. In his final days he had become a trenchant critic of the administration of the game in the West Indies.

His writings ruffled the feathers and he dared to express what the ordinary person thought about the game. Tony wrote with fl air and an elegance that could only be derived as a student that sat at the feet of the cricket sages and was unafraid to speak his mind. For the fans cricket heaven was to have John Arlott, Brian Johnston, Trevor Bailey and Tony Cozier in the same box and with Freddie Trueman chiming in with ‘ I don’t know what is going on out there!’ For those that followed the fortunes of West Indies cricket it was Tony that told it in his unique style.

Read More: Tony Cozier Painting Cricket Pictures with Words – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

The Changing Face of Brampton, Ontario Canada – 2016

How Brampton, a town in suburban Ontario, was dubbed a ghetto

NOREEN AHMED-ULLAH Contributed to: The Globe and Mail – Friday, Jun. 03, 2016

The city’s predominant South Asian population is a subject of racial tension – and that may continue to grow

Brampton

Author Noreen Ahmed-ullah poses at a South Asian strip mall in Brampton. (Mark Blinch/The Globe and Mail)

I live in a suburban Ontario town where the visible minorities are now the majority. Brampton – a.k.a. “Browntown,” “Bramladesh”or “Singhdale” – is just like the nicknames imply: mostly brown.

On our street of new semi-detached houses, I see brown and black families, mostly immigrants. Strip malls consist almost entirely of Indian-only grocers, stores selling fancy South Asian clothes and sweet shops. My drive home off Highway 427 is lined with palatial Sikh gurdwaras, a monumental Hindu mandir and a soon-to-be-built mosque – the only church in the area is a tiny historic landmark.

Read more: The Changing Face of Brampton, Ontario Canada – 2016

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