Daily Archives: 03/20/2022

Canada-Guyana Outreach Mission: CanGO Medical Team – GoFundMe Donations Request

Canada-Guyana Outreach Mission – CanGO Medical Team for Guyana in 2022
After a two-year hiatus due to the Covid pandemic, the CanGO medical team will be returning to Guyana in the Fall of 2022 to provide healthcare to the mostly indigenous peoples in the interior of the country. In preparation for this mission, three directors, i.e., Dr. Clare Mitchell (Medical Director), Conrad Joseph (member-at-large) and Yvonne Triesman (President), will be traveling to Guyana in May to meet with officials at the Ministries of Public Health, Foreign Affairs and Indigenous Peoples Affairs. They will also visit Kwakwani (Region 10), Warakaba and Akawini (Region 2).
If you would like to support our Fall medical mission, donations could be made on our GoFundMe page at:
For additional information about our organization (annual reports, pictures, etc.,) please visit our website at www.cangomission.org.
Thank you for your support.

Jim Rogers Issues Warning: U.S. Dollar Being Used as “Instrument of War,” It’s the Endgame

Jim Rogers Issues Warning: U.S. Dollar Being Used as “Instrument of War,” It’s the Endgame

Stansberry Research – March 8, 2022

“The U.S. dollar will die,” and it will fall from its position as the world’s reserve currency sooner than expected, says Jim Rogers, best-selling author of “Hot Commodities.” In his first video appearance since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Rogers tells our Daniela Cambone that Ukraine being inducted into NATO is the underlying cause of Russia’s actions. “Now we’re paying a gigantic price,” for the actions taken by U.S. elected officials, he says, and when the war is over, Russian stocks will be an undervalued opportunity. Other sovereign nations are frantically “coming up with something to compete with the U.S. dollar” due to economic sanctions being ramped up in recent years, Rogers asserts. “I cannot see the world having 100% computer money,” he concludes, saying governments will use it to control the masses.

GUYANA: Rapid oil spending will strain Guyana’s meager human and capital resources – Economist warns

Terrence Yhip

If you want the perfect analogy in biology of efficiency and coordination—vital requirements for the public investments to succeed—look to the human digestive system for a gut understanding. The body uses nutrients in food for energy, cell repair and growth. But for all of these good things to happen without a hitch, the food must first be converted into nutrients for absorption.

Many “actors” with varied skills are involved, each performing a critical role in a long process. Imagine for a moment a Guyanese pepperpot and bread on a joyous Christmas morning, a tasty mutton curry on Eid-ul-Fitr, or hot aloo roti on Diwali. You’ve just had a meal, but hours later you experience excruciating abdominal pains. Your digestive system is shutting down, no longer able to do its job.    Continue reading

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