Daily Archives: September 24, 2019

Roger Khan released on bail after police questioning re Waddell and Allison murders

Roger Khan photographed while in police custody on Friday

Roger Khan photographed while in police custody on Friday

Convicted drug trafficker Roger Khan, who was detained by the police on Friday night for questioning in relation to the murders of political activist Ronald Waddell and boxing coach Donald Allison has been released from police custody.

His attorney, Glenn Hanoman confirmed to Stabroek News today that Khan has been released on $200,000 station bail after his 72-hours detention period expired.            Continue reading

Gandhi – King – Mandela Peace March – Hamilton ON. Canada – October 5, 2019

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Buxton-Friendship Museum: 1st Biennial Fundraiser Awards Dinner/Dance- Laurel MD- Nov 9, 2019

Friends of Villages Museum & Archives Inc.

P.O. Box 352 Greenbelt, Maryland 20706 USA

501(c)(3) Organization – Tax ID# 82-1835070

Email: friendsofvmainc@gmail.com

Greetings Friends & Supporters,              Continue reading

Canadian students graduate without knowing the meaning of Genocide – By Yvonne Sam

No longer can we hide—Canadian students graduate without knowing the meaning of Genocide

 — By Yvonne Sam

During a speech in the House of Commons in 1948, Sir Winston Churchill changed the quote of George Santayana when he (said) paraphrased, ‘Those who fail to learn from history are condemned to repeat it”. http://www.nffonline.com/industry-news/2014/08/28/those-who-fail-learn-history-are-doomed-repeat-itIt . In 1944, Raphael Lemkin a Polish-Jewish lawyer sought to create a new term to describe Nazi policies of the systematic murder of Jewish people. He used the ancient Greek word genos (race, tribe) and the Latin cide (killing) to come up with the new word, “genocide.” http://www.upenn.edu/pennpress/book/15573.html   

It has become apparent that genocide and the steps/ antecedents that lead to it are not taught in high schools in Canada.      Continue reading

BARBADOS: BREXIT Looms and UK Tourists Weigh the Cost of Travel and Vacations – commentary

By Adrian Loverage in Barbados

This weeks column comes from within the United Kingdom with the continued Brexit debacle hanging a massive question mark and uncertainty over the tourism industry. While the value of the Sterling against other major currencies has for decades been volatile, tour operators are left to second guess what a realistic exchange rate will be for the US$ and Euro next year in order to price their holiday offerings.

Combine that with increasing oil prices raising the cost of A1 aviation fuel and a double whammy. Then add in that almost everything imported into the UK will cost more post 31st October, resulting in depleted discretionary spending for every British family and you begin to comprehend the concern from what still remains our largest single visitor market.            Continue reading

Guyana: Region Nine farmers gifted new fast growing variety of cassava from Brazil

Sticks of the new variety of cassava that were gifted to farmers of Region Nine. (Photo taken from Region 9 RDC Facebook page)

Sticks of the new variety of cassava that were gifted to farmers of Region Nine. (Photo taken from Region 9 RDC Facebook page)

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Video: Humanity- We Live at The Crossroads: THOTH’s PROPHECY – Hermetic texts read by Graham Hancock

Video: Humanity – We Live at The Crossroads: THOTH’s PROPHECY – text read by Graham Hancock

The Hermetic Texts, in which Troth’s Prophecy comes down to us, draw on ancient Egyptian wisdom traditions that are more than 4500 years old.

Graham Hancock is a British author who specializes in theories involving ancient civilizations, Earth changes, stone monuments or megaliths, altered states of consciousness, ancient myths, and astronomical or astrological data from the past. He has become recognized as an unconventional thinker who raises controversial questions about humanity’s past. Learn more at https://grahamhancock.com/

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