Daily Archives: November 2, 2017

Quebec needs to be aware – The issue of Racism will reappear – By Yvonne Sam

Quebec needs to be aware – The issue of Racism will reappear. Cancellation is not equal to Annulation.

By Yvonne Sam

Denying racism is the new racism (Bill Maher) www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2011/10/07/bill_maher_denying_racism_is_the_new_racism.html

It is my sincere hope that there is no intent to sweep racism under the rug, as the emanating dust would be too much. My recent column Political Demission at the Quebec Human Rights Commission, enmeshed in Premier Couillard’s draconian decision to rename and reframe the Consultation on Systemic Discrimination and Racism is being revisited.     Continue reading

Guyana – Yours To Discover – video produced by Mike Charles

NOVEMBER is TOURISM AWARENESS MONTH in GUYANA

Guyana – Yours To Discover – video produced by Mike Charles

A DVD Program Featuring Guyana that was created a few years ago…. Produced By Mike Charles Out Of Guyana. This DVD Also Features Music From Guyanese Band  Dave Martins and The Tradewinds. To Get Your Copy Of This DVD Visit http://www.mikecharles.biz

 

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Guyana News Headlines Links – Kaieteur News – October 31- November 2, 2017

News – 02 November 2017

PPP/C undercuts 2018 budget presentation

Mingo selected Chairman of LGC

First lady labels impersonator a “damn crook”

Scammers fleecing Guyanese seeking foothold in emerging oil industry

Worshippers hold services outdoor after Town Council padlocks door

Guyanese will have information on oil and gas contracts ‘in time’ – Trotman

….… See more News Links below  ……        

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Five Books to Make You Less Stupid About the American Civil War — Ta-Nehisi Coates | The Atlantic

Five Books to Make You Less Stupid About the American Civil War

Ta-Nehisi Coates | The Atlantic

On Monday, the retired four-star general and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly asserted that “the lack of an ability to compromise lead to the Civil War.” This was an incredibly stupid thing to say.

Worse, it built on a long tradition of endorsing stupidity in hopes of making Americans stupid about their own history.

Stupid enjoys an unfortunate place in the highest ranks of American government these days. And while one cannot immediately affect this fact, one can choose to not hear stupid things and quietly nod along.     Continue reading

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