Daily Archives: 04/20/2017

Police investigating plot to kill President Granger + other headlines – April 20, 2017

Guyana: Headlines from Demerara Waves – April 20, 2017

  • Police investigating plot to kill President Granger – Demerara Waves   http://bit.ly/2o9emD5
  • Govt taking steps to reverse economic slowdown – Demerara Waves   http://bit.ly/2o96wJz
  • Digicel denies GT&T’s allegations of illegal bypass, tax evasion – Demerara Waves  http://bit.ly/2o9beat
  • Georgetown’s drainage network to be rehabilitated ahead of rainy season; sloppy work done at Cummings canal – Demerara Waves   http://bit.ly/2pXcjyE
  • Health Ministry takes over third flat of building that UG Council is yet to approve rental for – Demerara Waves  http://bit.ly/2orl03N
  • GuySuCo’s future for debate in National Assembly – Demerara Waves  http://bit.ly/2pHW5Kh   
  • Gold Board General Manager, others sent on administrative leave to facilitate money laundering probe – Demerara Waves  http://bit.ly/2pIZh8E


Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – 18-19 April 2017

News – 19 April 2017

Youths: Challenges for the Future! – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Youths: Challenges for the Future! – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

There was a time when there was no television. The radio was plugged into a battery and its programs ended at ten in the night. Daily distractions were minimal. The people were poor but they prized education as it was the passport to a better life. Books changed hands and the ‘dog ears’ were smoothened to make reading easy. There was respect for teachers as parents and the schools worked together to enforce discipline. The community celebrated success of the children.

This statement could be applied to just about any developing country where there was a constant battle to meet basic needs. In Guyana and the Caribbean, not so long ago, education standards were comparable to the best in the world. But times have changed. There is the argument that our teenagers are not as focused as they used to be and it is a cause for worry. What are some of the problems affecting the teen population and how can they be resolved?

Read more: Youths – Challenges for the Future – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Legalization of Marijuana: April 13, 2017…. D- day for Canada – By Yvonne Sam

Legalization of Marijuana: April 13, 2017…. D- day for Canada

By Yvonne Sam

Canadian legalization of marijuana translates into violation of International Drug Laws. A bold move on the part of Prime Minister Trudeau—seemingly unaware of the ensuing ramifications?

On April 13, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sent Canada and its citizens into a hypnotic frenzy by making good on his high-profile campaign promise—the passing of a Bill legalizing marijuana for recreation purposes, making Canada the first developed country in the world to legalize pot since the international war on drugs began in the 1970s. This stunning announcement can be juxtaposed for its truth and applicability to the sayings of Savoyard lawyer, historian and philosopher Joseph Le Maistre, “that every nation gets the government it deserves, and Alexander de Tocqueville, the famous French political thinker and historian,  speaking in the Chamber of Deputies just prior to the outbreak of the European Revolution who said: “We are sleeping on a volcano… A wind of revolution blows, the storm is on the horizon.    Continue reading

The “Terrorism of Money” and the Global War On Cash: Target India – Part I

The “Terrorism of Money” and the Global War On Cash: Target India – Part I

The big bankers of the world, who practice the terrorism of money, are more powerful than kings and field marshals, even more than the Pope of Rome himself. They never dirty their hands. They kill no-one: they limit themselves to applauding the show. Their officials, international technocrats, rule our countries: they are neither presidents nor ministers, they have not been elected, but they decide the level of salaries and public expenditure, investments and divestments, prices, taxes, interest rates, subsidies, when the sun rises and how frequently it rains.     Continue reading

Guyana Government News Brief – April 18, 2017 – video

GINA Guyana

Guyana Government News Brief – April 18, 2017 – video

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