Daily Archives: April 14, 2019

“I PUT NO TRUST IN THE GOVERNMENT” – By Norman Datt

“I PUT NO TRUST IN THE GOVERNMENT”
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Remember the Hatfields and the Mc Coys’s feud
When the 2 McCoys were taken into custody by the law
The lawman promised they would be safe and protected
Mr. Hatfield said, “I put no trust in the government”
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That was then, up to now folks have that same thought
We have seen how gov’t from most 1st world countries
This feud took place over  150 years ago and up to date
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The Guyana Economic Development Trust and Guyana Innovation Prize – NYC – June 2. 2019

The Guyana Economic Development Trust and Guyana Innovation Prize – NYC – June 2. 2019
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June is National Caribbean Heritage Month in the U.S. Celebrate Youth Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Guyana: Introducing the 2019 Guyana Innovation Prize. The Guyana Economic Development Trust (GEDT) (www.theguyanatrust.org) believes in the transformative impact of investing in research ideas with commercial promise coming from Guyana.
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The Guyana Innovation Prize, a project of GEDT, in collaboration with the University of Guyana (UG), awards pre-seed grant funding to commercially viable ideas in agro-processing and tech from students, alumni, and faculty of the University of Guyana.

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Guyana Ottawa Cultural Assoc.- Mother’s Day Luncheon – May 12, 2019

Analysis: One Conclusion From the Israeli Election Results – Aluf Benn | Haaretz

Analysis If There’s One Conclusion From the Israeli Election Results, This Is It

For Israel to achieve political stability, the electoral threshold must be raised. This can have two possible models: The Tribal or The Radical

Aluf Benn | Haaretz

The necessary conclusion from the results of the 2019 election is that we have to raise the electoral threshold once again – and by a lot. The abundance of parties teetering around the current 3.25 percent – amid the possibility that some will offer themselves as coalition partners to the highest bidder – doesn’t reflect the public’s true wishes. Plus it grants excessive power to minority interests.

The unprecedented differences between the TV channels’ exit polls, which let both Benny Gantz and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claim victory, only displayed the uncertainty of the Israeli voter.           Continue reading

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