Monthly Archives: November 2017

Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – November 28-30. 2017

News –30 November 2017  

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Marriott Hotel in Georgetown Guyana – 2 videos

Hekinian Media – Published on Jun 19, 2016

This ia a video featuring the Marriott Hotel in Georgetown Guyana. It was shot form the sky in the mid afternoon of one of the last days of spring 2016.

It also shows the Pegasus Hotel; and the Atlantic Ocean shoreline of Georgetown going east.  The camera was operated by Aram Hekinian.

Video #2 Below:  Marriott Hotel Georgetown – Look inside  

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Buxton-Friendship Express Newsletter – November 2017

Buxton-Friendship Express Newsletter – November 2017

Thanks for your continuing interest and support! We hope you are enjoying the best of health and strength.

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Here’s how the Caribbean became the most Racially Diverse Region in the World – video

Here’s how the Caribbean became the most Racially Diverse Region in the World – video

Masaman  –  Published on May 1, 2017
This is how the Caribbean became the most racially diverse region on the planet, after having it’s ancestry and genetics permanently altered through European colonialism and migration.
In this video, I’m going to give the rundown for several Caribbean countries such as Cuba, Haiti, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, Trinidad and Tobago, along with many others. We will look at the demographic history, and just what spawned the drastic fluctuations in the racial makeup of the region.

Transaqua: The Project that Can Transform Africa – video

Transaqua: The Project that Can Transform Africa

LaRouchePAC Videos  –  Published on Sep 5, 2017
Meet the Transaqua Project, a plan to replenish Africa’s dwindling Lake Chad, and bring the 30 million people who live in the Lake Chad basin, into the 21st century. The project, many decades in the making, is now moving forward, thanks in large part to a commitment from China.

GCA New York -E-Magazine October-November 2017

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Guyana: Gibson and Anita Caesar: Keepers of the Rainforests – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Gibson and Anita Caesar: Keepers of the Rainforests

– By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Guyana’s Rain-forest and river

The rainforests are a powerhouse of diversity. They contain more than half of the animal and plant species on the planet. Many of the medicines that we use today are from plants in the rainforests. Food sources are to be found in the forests as well and we are reminded in the popular media that the rainforests are the ‘lungs of the world.’

This means that they store about 20 per cent of the world’s oxygen. But they also absorb a great portion of the man-made carbon dioxide emissions.    Continue reading

Guyana: Highlights of $267.1B budget for 2018

USA: The Party of Lincoln or the Party of Booth? – Ishmael Reed | Counter Punch

The Party of Lincoln or the Party of Booth?

Ishmael Reed | Counter Punch

Ever wonder why a draft from the Bank of Ontario was found on the corpse of John Wilkes Booth? The Montreal branch of the bank was one of the places that Robin Philpot, my Canadian publisher, pointed to when he took me on a tour of the Confederates’ Montreal hangouts. I also saw the grounds where the Royal Theater once stood. Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Davis were greeted with a rousing rendition of “Dixie” when they attended a performance after the war.

Davis received a hero’s welcome when he joined his spouse, the destitute Varina, and their children. They had been brought to Montreal where they were housed handsomely in a home owned by publishing magnate, John Lovell. One of those Montreal visitors was John Wilkes Booth, who, while living there, boasted about a scheme to kidnap President Lincoln.     Continue reading

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