Daily Archives: 12/04/2019

Comedy Video: Marriage: Women know things that men don’t – By Fred Klett

Marriage: Women know things that men don’t – By Fred Klett

Women know things that men don’t, it’s a miracle that men survive at all according to Fred Klett. Watch “One Of Ten” by Fred Klett only at http://www.drybarcomedy.com/fredk

Unrest Intensifies in Dominica Ahead of Elections on December 6, 2019

—  Airline Cancels Flights and Regional Security Troops Prepare to go in

The main road in Marigot has been blocked with burning debris. (Photo Credit: Dominica News Online)

ROSEAU, Dominica, Wednesday December 4, 2019 – Dominicans demanding electoral reform, including a clean-up of the voters’ list and the issuing of voter ID cards, have staged fierce protests, prompting Seaborne Airlines to cancel flights until at least tomorrow. And members of the Regional Security System (RSS) are to be deployed to maintain law and order.

The protests, which have attracted international media attention, saw demonstrators blocking the two main roads leading to the Douglas-Charles Airport.          Continue reading

Bombs VS Bridges – The USA competing with China – By Brandon Turbeville

 – How Two Empires Are Competing For Their Version Of The New World Order

 — Bombs VS Bridges – By Brandon Turbeville

There is a crisis in the Western world. Both in terms of domestic affairs and foreign policy, Western nations are showing all signs of impending collapse. This is despite the fact that the flagship of the Western world, the United States, continues to expand its empire across the globe. At the same time, the world is witnessing the “rise of China,” an empire in its own right though no one seems to have any interest in calling it what it is.

The American empire has come to terms with itself to some extent. Through all the claims of support for “democracy” and “freedom,” the United States has transitioned to an authoritarian state at home and a rampaging military of conquest abroad.        Continue reading

Guyana: Oil Exploration: ExxonMobil applies to drill 31 more wells

ExxonMobil’s local subsidiary Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limited (EEPGL) has applied to the Environmental Protection Agency for authorization to drill some 31 wells in three offshore blocks.              Continue reading

Immigration: Guyana as a magnet – Editorial Kaieteur News

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