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Video: Michael Moore: To Crush President Donald Trump; Michelle Obama Needs To Run | MSNBC

Michael Moore: To Crush President Donald Trump; Michelle Obama Needs To Run | MSNBC

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Conservation of Forests: The Green Heart Of Guyana – Video

Conservation of Forests: The Green Heart Of Guyana – Video

A look into the conservation research that Operation Wallacea carries out in the Iwokrama reserve of Guyana.

Guyana holds one of the largest intact tropical rain-forests in the world and with Operation Wallacea, students like myself, can go to this remarkable place, to work with world renown scientists, indigenous people of the region and like minded people to try and protect this wonder.

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OIL: Greenidge, WPA executive members clash on direct cash transfers; AFC supports it

David Hinds (left) and Carl Greenidge.

Former Foreign Minister Carl Greenidge has confirmed that the Guyana government does not favour direct cash transfers into the hands of ordinary Guyanese on the grounds that it will encourage unemployment, a position that was roundly rejected by Chairman of the Buxton First of August Movement (FAM-Buxton), Professor David Hinds.        Continue reading

BOOK: “Songs Of My Soul” – By Damyantee Devi Dabydeen

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Trump Administration targets legal migrants who get food aid – BBC News

August 12, 2019 – BBC News

President Donald Trump

US President Donald Trump’s administration is to make it more difficult for poorer legal migrants to extend their visas or gain permanent resident status (a green card).

The rule targets migrants who rely on public benefits, such as food aid or public housing, for more than a year.

Their applications will be rejected if the government decides they are likely to rely on public assistance in future.

The rule change would reinforce “ideals of self-sufficiency, officials said.

The new regulation, known as a “public charge rule”, was published in the Federal Register on Monday and will take effect on 15 October.


The Guyana Police Force 180 Years of Service and Protection – by Francis Quamina Farrier

– by Francis Quamina Farrier

Early in July 2019, The Guyana Police Force held a series of activities celebrating its 180 anniversary. The celebrations commenced with an impressive Route March around the city of Georgetown on Saturday July 6, 2019. Other events included a Grand Drumhead Church Service at Police Headquarters, the Annual Sports Championship and an Awards Ceremony, among other events.

The Theme of this 180 Anniversary is, “Securing and Protecting our Nation Through Collaboration and Dedication”. However, at this time, the Guyana Police Force is facing some challenges to its century plus old image, because of the unlawful activities of some of its members.    Continue reading

America already knows the answers to her present woes – by Yvonne Sam

By Yvonne Sam 

… it is our duty … of our Christian nation to select and prefer Christians for our rulers.                                    John Jay. First Chief Justice. U. S Supreme Court.

Once again America is caught in the throes of yet another mass shooting and caught once again scrambling for explanations amidst the damnation and ruination. Both America and the modern world broadly deny the existence of the spiritual, desiring only material explanation. As long as the spiritual connection is not made, there would be no peace in the land.    Continue reading

U.S: Florida attorney general out of step with voters on gun safety – By Mohamed Hamaludin


Mass shootings in America have become so commonplace that gun violence did not feature during the two recent Democratic presidential debates. But whenever such tragedies strike, as happened last week in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, they become the flavor of the day, though they should not be unexpected, given the level of divisiveness in the country created and stoked by President Donald Trump’s racist immigration policy and inflammatory remarks about non-whites.

The latest massacres came as a Florida official seeks to frustrate a citizen initiative to ban assault weapons and a judge has struck down the Legislature’s draconian law criminalizing any action by local authorities to regulate gun ownership.          Continue reading

As the carnage continues—American is running out of reasons – By Yvonne Sam

  By Yvonne Sam

The truth America can no longer shun- her undying affinity with the gun.

Reasons range from untreated madness to sheer badness, as once more America is thrown into a state of mourning— a condition that she has found herself in more often than she cares to recall due to the regularity. The latest mass shooting in El Paso,Texas and Dayton, Ohio is in no way an anomaly, just history repeating itself.

America is running out of excuses, while the murderers are gaining easier access to weapons. The truth be told the problem is dire. Each new event brings with a demand for new laws and regulations.            Continue reading

The Caribbean Voice’s Newest Spokesperson:  Gmac Citylock (Garfield Mclean)

A registered tax exempt NGO in the US & Guyana

Contact: The Caribbean Voice at 646-461-0574                          Gmac via Kissandra Fox at 246-834-6148


             Gmac, The Caribbean Voice’s Newest Spokesperson

New York, July 26, 2019: Jamaican reggae and dancehall star, Gmac Citylock (Garfield Mclean) had joined The Caribbean Voice’s (TCV) suicide prevention campaign as a member of our team of spokespersons.

The Caribbean Voice is a not for profit, tax exempt NGO, registered in the US and Guyana, with plans to also register in Canada and Trinidad and Tobago next year. A fully volunteer run entity, TCV is engaged in suicide and abuse prevention in the US, Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago, with plans to launch in Canada and Jamaica within the next two years, followed by the rest of the Caribbean down the road.        Continue reading

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