Daily Archives: 12/29/2020

Guyana Memories: Pomeroon Times – By Dave Martins

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Guyana is such a vast and multi-dimensional kind of country that one could a write a column about the different aspects of the place, every week for a year, and still not cover it all.  One such slant for me would definitely be the Pomeroon River, where I spent many August holidays when I was a student at Saint Stanislaus College on a scholarship, while the Martins family was living at Vreed-en-Hoop.

My father, Joseph Francis Martins, son of an immigrant family from Madeira, had two farms in the Pomeroon: one at Martindale, about 2 miles from Charity, and one, directly across the river from it, at Cozier.  JFM, a hard-working gentleman, also had a Government contract to clear vegetation from several of the small creeks draining into the big river, and I went with him as a teenager on some of those trips, including one, way upriver, near where the Pickersgill sawmill was located – I have written about that previously.      Continue reading

HISTORY: 1930’s Diary Warning – Great Depression SHOCKING Financial Corruption!- By Neil McCoy-Ward

HISTORY: 1930’s Diary Warning – Great Depression SHOCKING Financial Corruption!- By Neil McCoy-Ward – Published December 27, 2020

Is history repeating itself.?  Are we heading into another Economic Depression? This video focusses on Financing and Banking.

Comment on this video by Handyman:

One of my favourite quotes of all times is “There are three classes of people: those who see, those who see when they are shown, those who do not see.” I’ve tried to explain some things to people and it’s like talking to a wall! Thanks for another excellent video 😉

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