Daily Archives: January 23, 2019

Guyana Politics: MRHAD: Movement for Racial Harmony and Democracy – Press Release/ Launch

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GCC – Guyana Christian Charities – February 2019 Newsletter

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BREXIT: The long view – The View from Europe – By David Jessop

David Jessop

 Commentary: BREXIT: By David Jessop

Despite the British electorate having voted to leave the European Union (EU) two and half years ago, there is still no consensus on how to proceed.

As had been wholly predictable for months, the week past showed very publicly that there is no majority in Britain’s Parliament for the UK government’s proposed solution. Instead, all that its divided political parties and their factions could agree on was what they did not want, offering instead irreconcilable options along a continuum that runs from remaining in the EU to crashing out with no deal at all.

To make matters worse, the time left to resolve the matter is diminishing. Unless the UK parliament, the UK government and then the EU agree to change Britain’s date of departure, the UK is legally bound to leave on March 29.          Continue reading

BREXIT: Nigel Farage latest Pro- Brexit = Independence Speech – Video

Nigel Farage just gave an OUTSTANDING Speech on Brexit, Gets a Standing Ovation

COMMENT: Isa Buzet : Dear British friends, please get through the process and leave the EU hell, and us French will follow suit, along with Italy.

COMMENT: Edwin Cheesecake: When you speak to pro-Brexit people, whether they are working class or upper class, educated highly or not, they all say or imply the same thing: “even if it is a rough ride for a few years, getting back control is more important”. Brexit supporters don’t mind a few years of financial difficulty if it means they get back their democracy and control of their laws and borders. The sovereignty of Britain is worth more than some pain. And yet, it is unlikely to be anywhere near as bad as the remainers claim. Sovereignty is something so important that people fight and die to gain and protect it. The English Civil War. The American Revolution. Ripping control from tyrannical overlords is important even if you have to suffer for it.

Trinidad chief justice’s alleged gay friend, Dillon Johnson, back in the news

Trinidad chief justice’s alleged gay friend back in the news

Photo: Dillian Johnson (front) feared being killed for his sexuality and his relationship with Chief Justice Ivor Archie, prompting him to seek asylum in the UK after an attempt on his life

By Youri Kemp – Caribbean News Now associate editor – youri@caribbeannewsnow.com

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — The United Kingdom has reportedly granted humanitarian protection to the alleged gay friend of Trinidad and Tobago’s chief justice Ivor Archie, Dillian Johnson, allowing him to seek refuge in Britain.

Johnson fled Trinidad and Tobago in December 2017 following a shooting attempt on his life he claims was orchestrated by Archie.        Continue reading

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