Daily Archives: January 10, 2020

Guyana in 2050: Old Dhanpaul’s Dream! – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Guyana in 2050: – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

Old Dhanpaul had a dream. He assembled the brethren at Cuffy Square, in Georgetown.

“Comrades, I had a dream. Why are we the biggest racists at election time? By 2050, our country, Guyana, will be taken over by a foreign clan. It will be done legally and legitimately. This is how it will happen: There will be a large influx of foreigners with second Guyanese passports. Some will inter-marry with Guyanese and will become naturalized as citizens.

These two classes will form their own political parties that will outnumber the ethnic or indigenous Guyanese. They will win the elections and take over the country. It’s that simple. The children, born from inter-marriages, will not be loyal to Guyana, but to other countries. The textbooks, schools, and universities will teach this to them.

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Guyana Cultural Assoc. of Montreal: Black History Month Celebration: February 23. 2020

GUYANA CULTURAL ASSOCIATION OF MONTREAL

Presents 2020 BLACK  HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION

Reverend Dr. Vernon Johns was a very influential “negro” minister in the earliest days of the N.A.A.C.P. and other African-American groups fighting for civil rights. Johns is considered by many to be the father of the 20th Century Civil Rights Movement. Before Malcolm X, before Martin Luther King Jr., Vernon Johns took the first step on the long road to freedom. Reverend Johns had a lasting effect both personally and professionally on Martin Luther King Jr.

Open to the General Public

Date:                                              February 23, 2020  

Time:                                               4.00 p. m –7.00 p. m

Venue:                                             St. Paul’s  Anglican Church

3970, Cote-Ste Catherine Road.  H3T 1E3

Bus 129.          Metro—Cote-Ste.-Catherine

Refreshments  will be served.

SEE YOU THERE

Guyana officials concerned over high traffic fatalities – By Tangerine Clarke

BY TANGERINE CLARKE – Caribbean Life News NY

Guyana’s Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson, has expressed grave concern for the high number of road fatalities — a staggering 115 lives lost to date, many of them children, according to the traffic chief.

Patterson, in a recent exclusive interview with Caribbean Life in Georgetown, condemned reckless driving, and opined that most of the accidents were a direct result of the major works completed by the ministry, that made roadways smoother and nicer to traverse.        Continue reading

Guyana: The African-Guyanese woman many Indians wrongly dislike – By Freddie Kissoon

St. Stanislaus College Alumni: Annual Spring Dance: Toronto : April 18. 2020

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