Daily Archives: 10/12/2016

Guyana– Latest News from various sources – October 12, 2016

 Guyana: LATEST NEWS – 12 October 2016 – Kaieteur News… (see other News sources at the end of this entry) 

Barbados – Hypocrites and Parasites – commentary

Barbados celebrates its 50th year of Independence on November 30. Guyanese Online will be featuring a number of articles on Barbados. This article is from Barbados Underground, a Barbadian Blog.

Barbados Underground

Submitted by Heather Cole Submitted by Heather Cole

One can argue that the state in post independent Barbados has never provided the environment to foster economic independence to the majority black population. Despite this a few black businessmen managed to gain economic independence but the majority of the black population has settled for becoming the employed and never the employers. On the other hand, the minority white population has more employers and entrepreneurs.

Except for a limited apprenticeship period early in the history of Barbados – and in poverty stricken areas like Martins Bay- the minority white population has always had economic independence and social independence. At emancipation, the blacks were given social independence; it was not economic because they were not paid reparations for the time they had spent as slaves. At independence in 1966, the island gained its political independence from Great Britain.

Herein lies the present structure of inequality of Barbados…

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Clinton’s Performance Keeps Much of White America on Trump’s Side – Yael Sternhell – Haaretz

Clinton’s Performance Keeps Much of White America on Trump’s Side

Despite the cozy ‘town hall meeting’ debate, Hillary Clinton’s inability to speak to people who feel they’re losing control of the country was evident.

Trump vs Clinton at Second Debate

Trump vs Clinton at Second Debate

– Yael Sternhell – Haaretz

The second presidential debate lasted only 90 minutes but at times seemed to embody the entire race. The corruption of U.S.A. political culture that made Donald Trump’s candidacy possible, the personal insults, the attention to sex scandals, the open hatred between the candidates – all this was present every minute of the televised event that was sometimes hard to watch.

Even though the preceding week was the stormiest and most disturbing in the race, both candidates gave performances that reminded us how they got there. Trump was sharp and aggressive; some of his attacks were direct hits exposing Hillary Clinton’s weakness. He provided his usual stock of lies and outlandish statements, above all a threat to imprison Clinton after he’s elected.   Continue reading

Cancer Awareness – HEROC (NY) – Trip to Guyana – October 22-29 , 2016

The Health & Education Relief Organization for Cancer – (H.E.R.O.C.)

brest-cancerH.E.R.O.C is New York State Incorporated and a 501©(3) organization.  We support Cancer Awareness and the American Cancer Society. In celebration of the third year of our formation, we are embarking on our Inaugural Trip to Guyana departing on October 22nd. Our Team will participate in the following events in Georgetown.

  • On October 26th, we will host a Look Good-Feel Better session with Dr. Latoya Gooding at the Oncology Center at the Georgetown Hospital. This will consist of a Power Point Presentation on Pre and Post Care, Nutrition, Wellness and a day of Hair Care, Manicures and Pedicures.  Most importantly, a testimonial from a young Guyanese Cancer Patient currently being cared for in New York by us and her journey through stage 4 Breast Cancer. Each attendee will receive a gift bag with customized goodies for their well-being.

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Guyana Government News Brief – October 11, 2016

GINA logoGuyana Government News Brief – October 11, 2016

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