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VIDEO: Old Georgetown in British Guiana – now Guyana

Opinion: Punjab Avenue and the Guyanese community in Queens. New York – By: Dhanpaul Narine

 — By: Dhanpaul Narine

If, from the public steps, you make your way onto Liberty Avenue and Lefferts Boulevard, you might ask, “You will realize that there is nowhere is the sign that says Little Guyana?”  sign, and there are good reasons for it. Guyanese are politically sleepy. Most of them are interested in Guyana affairs, rather than in local politics. How many can name their congressman or senators in Washington? Guyanese children form a large percentage of the school population in Richmond Hill, but only a handful of parents bother to attend the open school meetings. They patronize other business, rather than their own, and don’t get them started about Jagan and Burnham!

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Donald Trump says he will leave White House if electoral college votes for Joe Biden

President’s comments are the closest he has come to admitting defeat in election and set stage for college vote on 14 December

Donald Trump holds a Thanksgiving teleconference with troops at the White House, after which he said he would accept the electoral college vote.

Donald Trump holds a Thanksgiving teleconference with troops at the White House, after which he said he would accept the electoral college vote. 

Photograph: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images

U.S. Election – One Canadian’s View – By Gord Wilson

By Gord Wilson – November 8, 2020

 FYI – My comments to many Americans with regard to the U.S. election and its aftermath.

There can be no doubt the people have spoken as witnessed by the highest voter turnout in U.S. History. The winner receiving more votes than any other winner and the loser receiving the most votes of any loser ever before.

Claims of voter fraud, illegal and otherwise, have been dismissed by some Courts and from prominent Representatives on both sides of the aisle in both Houses.             Continue reading

OIL: Shell looking to strike it big on ‘Golden Lane of Oil in the Guianas’

Shell Oil

—  six years after walking away from Stabroek Block

Six years after giving up its stake in the Stabroek Block offshore Guyana where operator ExxonMobil went on to make the first world class Liza discovery just months later, Shell is now looking to strike it big on the ‘Golden Lane of Oil’ where it is set to begin exploration activities in Suriname, just miles away from the prolific Stabroek block.

Rudolf Elias, CEO of Suriname’s state oil company, Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname NV, said on a virtual panel discussion this week that among the upcoming exploration drill campaigns offshore Suriname, one is from Shell.


US Elections: Donald Trump deserves a second term – Opinion by Scott Jennings – CNN

  – Opinion by Scott Jennings – CNN

Editor’s Note: Scott Jennings, a CNN contributor and Republican campaign adviser, is a former special assistant to President George W. Bush and a former campaign adviser to Sen. Mitch McConnell. 

(CNN)The case for President Donald Trump is simple: He made the economy work for so many Americans, kept us out of new and costly wars and even brokered peace deals in the Middle East.

He believes our taxes should be lower, not higher — and signed into law sweeping tax relief for businesses and the vast majority of federal income tax filers. He thinks government shouldn’t overregulate, rolling back numerous Obama-era overreaches, while working with his Republican allies in Congress.


EARTH SPEAKS: “You are my GUESTS, and not my MASTERS” – Video

EARTH SPEAKS: “You are my GUESTS, and not my MASTERS” – Video

GUYANA: Another two deaths takes COVID -19 fatalities to 121

October 28, 2020 – Kaieteur News – Another two deaths reported yesterday have moved Guyana’s COVID-19 death toll to 121. The latest fatalities recorded are of an 81-year-old female and an 82-year-old male from Region Four (Demerara-Mahaica) who died while receiving care at a medical facility, according to a release from the Ministry of Health (MOH).  Continue reading

CITIES: Toronto Canada: “Our Pleasant City” – By Geoff Burrowes

Beautiful downtown Toronto Skyline at night taken from Center Island in Ontario Canada. Clear view of the Roger Centre and CN Tower along the Harbourfront.

Pleasant city

     Toronto in Northern North America (Canada) is truly a very pleasant city – to live in, to enjoy the diverse population and the wonderful variety of customs and foods we have brought with us: curries and other spicy treats, Chinese delicacies, Thai food, many European dishes: Italian, Greek, and others. Flavours from Africa: Morroco, Algeria, Syria,  and India, Pakistan, Albania, Turkey, Russia, the Balkans and of course, scrumptious dishes from the Caribbean: Jamaican Jerk, Goat Belly soup, Trinidadian  Roti and Guyanese Pepperpot, Metagee, Pattees and Pine Tarts!          Continue reading

Commentary: Aggravation from the Congregation – By Yvonne Sam

 People cannot change the truth but the truth can change people

 By Yvonne  Sam

Now that Covid 19 has forced us all to worship in a different style and aisle, it is time to

take a careful look at behaviours that run contrary to the Good Book, and leave  the church in a lurch. No need to shoot the messenger, except to remember that it is clearly stated “You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free. John 8:32, and it shall always remain the truth regardless of lack of understanding, disbelief or ignorance.            Continue reading