Daily Archives: 06/13/2016

Guyana– Latest News from various sources – June 13, 2016

LATEST NEWS – 13 June 2016 – Kaieteur News & Demerara Waves

         (see other News sources at the end of this entry)


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Trump the Master Persuader – By Rosaliene Bacchus

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Three Worlds One Vision

Q & A with Dilbert creator, Scott Adams
Washington Examiner

Scott Adams, the creator of the comic strip “Dilbert” deconstructs the rise of Donald Trump. As a person trained in the art of persuasion and hypnosis, Adams calls Trump “the master persuader” and explains how The Donald operates.

Read a transcript of the interview at the following link:

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Guyana: A culture of dishonesty – commentary

Guyana: A culture of dishonesty

opinionJun 11, 2016 Editorial, – Kaieteur News

Fraud seems to be commonplace in the society. The forensic audits have uncovered many instances. The argument is that no individual has been fingered so it is difficult to institute charges. However, numerous files have been handed over to the police for action.

In one case, to wit, the file on the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited, NICIL, there is one school of thought that suggests that the statute of limitation has passed. The argument is rooted in the Companies Act and states inter alia, “A prosecution for an offence under this Act or the regulations may be instituted at any time within two years from the time when the subject matter of the prosecution arose.”   Continue reading

Reflections on Walter Rodney 36 years after his Assassination – By Dr David Hinds

Reflections on Walter Rodney 36 years after his Assassination

Dr. David Hinds

Dr. David Hinds

opinionBy Dr. David Hinds

I am writing this column on my way from in Haiti, where I attended the 41st annual Caribbean Studies Association conference. For six days more than a thousand scholars from all parts of the world of different generations who study and teach about the Caribbean engaged in scholarly exchanges about our region. It is always uplifting to be part of any meeting of our Caribbean family, but it was especially uplifting this year because we were meeting in Haiti.

Despite its persistent tribulations, there is something special and magical about that country—its people, its landscape and its rhythms. The very fact that it was the vanguard of Black and Caribbean freedom puts Haiti at the center of our survivalist and freedom trajectory. As Angela Davis, whose rich and insightful address to the conference, asserted ”whatever little freedom we enjoy today we owe it to the Haitian people.”

Read more: Reflections on Walter Rodney 36 years after his Assasination – By Dr David Hinds

Muhammad Ali draws multitudes as he is laid to rest in Louisville – Daily Mail

Muhammad Ali funeral

Muhammad Ali draws the multitudes as he is laid to rest in Louisville as The Greatest makes his last homecoming

  • The giant survived Parkinson’s for 32 years before his dignified retirement last Friday from the fray of life aged 74 
  • The Greatest transcended boxing, transcended sport, transcended all the oceans of this planet 
  • The family invited the world to his funeral. And the world came
  • Lennox Lewis stood tall for Britain and strong to help Mike Tyson, Will Smith and Ali’s family and friends carry the coffin
  • George Foreman, Sugar Ray Leonard, Thomas Hearns, Larry Holmes and life-long rival promoters Don King and Bob Arum were among ring royalty in attendance

By JEFF POWELL FOR THE DAILY MAIL     – UPDATED: 08:09 GMT, 11 June 2016   Continue reading

New Book: Foundation of the Guyana Defence Force (GDF)


GDF BOOKLt. Col (ret) Compton Hartley Liverpool
began his military career in 1955 in the British Guiana Volunteer Force as a Private.

In 1965, he transitioned into the newly formed Guyana Defence Force as a Corporal.  Thereafter, he rose to the rank of Lt. Col. On soldierly abilities alone, learning each day.

He served as Platoon, Company, Battalion, Base and Garrison Commander.

He is the only soldier in the Guyana Defence Force to be awarded a Medal for Valour.           Continue reading

Government shows – Guyana Means Business – various news links


Links compiled by the St. Stanislaus College Blog  <link

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