Daily Archives: January 3, 2020

Trinidad: Cops search church, home of pastor’s children over seized $28m in old $100 bills

Pastor Vinworth Dayal attempted to redeem $28m

Stabroek News-  January 3, 2020

(Trinidad Express) Police officers swooped down on Gulf View and searched the residence of the children of Pastor Vinworth Anthony Dayal yesterday afternoon January 2, 2020..

The pastor’s church—the Third Exodus Assembly Church, of Depot Road, Longdenville—was reportedly searched earlier.

Officers of the Finan­cial Investigations Branch (FIB) of the Police Service, along with six uniformed, armed police officers, spent several hours at the Gulf View house searching the premises.            Continue reading

America is Dying: Indigenous Native American Prophecy

Indigenous Native American Prophecy

For those that care, the narrator is Floyd Red Crow Westerman.

Comments on this video:

Wisdom just oozed off the screen with this man, a beautiful, spiritual people, their language mathematically is the most sophisticated on the planet. We could learn so much from the 1st nation people, unfortunately, we are to primitive to understand!

Only after the last tree is cut down, Only after the last fish has been caught, only after the last river is poisoned, only then will you find money cannot be eaten. Live with Mother nature and life, not against it ,

May the GREAT CREATOR of all living things help us to find our way back to him.

A New Year’s Wish for my Guyana Eldorado – By Yvonne Sam

 — By Yvonne Sam

If there is one lesson life teaches us is that wishing does not make it so.

Let us be truly honest to ourselves.  How often do we abandon our New Year’s resolutions after January? We get stuck and return to old habits that are in no way helping the people, and by extension the country progress the way it should be.  On a cautionary note, let it be known that I abhor wishing; preferring instead to remain steadfast in the realm of reality. According to

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe considered the greatest German literary figure of the modern era,

“Knowing is not enough, we must apply. Wishing is not enough we must do.”

Notwithstanding, here are my New Year revolutions for my country and its residents:    Continue reading

An Obituary..for COMMON SENSE – London Times UK

An Obituary..for COMMON SENSE.

— Absolutely Dead Brilliant!!

 ….printed in the London Times. UK.

Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, COMMON SENSE, who has been with us for many years.

No one knows for sure how old he was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape. He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as:

– Knowing when to come in out of the rain;
– Why the early bird gets the worm;
– Life isn’t always fair;
– And maybe it was my fault.      Continue reading

Guyana: My twelve Favourite Photographs of 2019 – by Francis Quamina Farrier

— by Francis Quamina Farrier
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This is the third consecutive year in which I am publishing my twelve Favourite Photographs of the previous year. This is a rather subjective exercise. However, I always hope for, and do receive, many favourable comments. So, here goes: My twelve favourite photographs of 2019.
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Mayor Muriel Browser of Washington, DC, USA, interacts with 101 year old Plaisance-born, DC-based Geraldine McRae at the 33rd. Annual Senior Citizens Luncheon Hosted by the Mayor, in the Capital of the USA. Mayor Muriel Bowser was most gracious in response to my request for her to pose with the Guyanese centenarian and her two children for this photograph. (Photo by Francis Q. Farrier)

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