Tag Archives: 2012

Guyanese Online Blog – New Entries Nov. 1-7, 2012

Guyanese Online – New Entries Nov. 1-7, 2012

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  1. Ramotar congratulates Obama on “well deserved” victory
  2. Marijuana Legalized in Colorado, Washington
  3. Election 2012: Social Media Effect
  4. President Barack Obama Wins Re-Election
  5. Mitt Romney Concession Speech: 2012 Presidential Election
  6. Obama’s Complete Presidential Victory Speech– 2012 Election
  7. Obama 2012- The strategy that paved a winning path
  8. Roundup: Voter irregularities – USA Elections  
  9. Classical Reggae on a Violin
  10. Dave Martins – Tradewinds – 47 songs/videos – autoplay   
  11. Dave Martins – Speech on Guyana – with 2 videos
  12. US Elections 2012 – Cast your vote!
  13. The Customs Broker: Partnership for Success
  14. Moses, the Guyanese saw-playing musician
  15. Hurricane Sandy a Taste of More Extreme Weather to Come
  16. A Stroll Through History – Book Review
  17. Hurricane Sandy Aftermath – New York and New Jersey – 5 videos
  18. If We Ever Needed to Vote! | Rev. Dr. William J. Barber
  19. US presidential election: Obama – four more years
  20. My Vote – by Ron Persaud
  21. The Drifters – 100 songs/videos – autoplay
  22. Guyanese Online Newsletter – October 2012
  23. Judy Mowatt of the I-Threes – 42 videos – autoplay
  24. Caribbean Nationals feeling the impact of Sandy
  25. U.S. East Coast reels from massive, deadly storm
  26. Huge fire in Sandy’s wake destroys NYC beach community
  27. JOHN HOLT – 100 songs/videos – autoplay

National Assembly reconvened – October 22, 2012

October 22, 2012. Georgetown. Guyana.

The National Assembly came out of recess on today and it was as if they never left. The house got caught up in an uproar as the Prime Minister stood up to speak about the recent blockage of the East Bank Public road by Agricola residents and the reported cases of persons being robbed and beaten. He accused the opposition, AFC and APNU, of orchestrating what took place in Agricola, a line the Government has been using on State TV, since the incident. The opposition fired back.              Continue reading

The Guyana Berbice Association Brunch – Oct 21, 2012




[Victoria Park & O’Connor Drive. Toronto.ON. Canada.]

Time: 12:30 – 4:30 p.m.

DONATION:    $25/person
Entertainment, Raffle & Door Prizes, Cash Bar

Please contact for further information

Yvonne Pearce            416-744-2209
Kenneth & Eva Ramcharitar       416-261-8296
Elwin Steaman            905-471-8895
Bert & Rita Bacchus        905-770-3785
Cecil & Christine Farinha    416-733-9778
Pats LaRose            905-479-0732
Claudette Ugoji                    416-286-6652
Fred Carr                      905-230-3827

Dave Martins & the Tradewinds – Orlando – October 20, 2012

Guyana Christian Charities Canada – Fall Dance – Toronto- September 22, 2012

Linden Unrest – News Update – July 24, 2012 – 6 articles

Injured protester air-dashed to Georgetown after condition worsens

Ulric Michael, one of the Linden protestors who was shot and wounded by the police last Wednesday was this morning air-dashed to the city on a GDF helicopter after his condition took a turn for the worse.

Stabroek News was told that Michael, 33 years old, of 23 Canvas City is now unconscious. Following the incident, he had been admitted a patient of the Intensive Care Unit of the Linden Hospital Complex with gunshot wounds to the chest.

Ramotar’s offers “insufficient’” – Granger

On Tuesday morning July 24, the opposition leader and APNU chairman said Ramotar’s commitments were “necessary but insufficient.”

“We have certain demands on the table and it is a move forward that the president has started speaking directly to (Region 10 Chairman (Sharma) Solomon which is consistent with a July 10 call I made in a four-point plan which was even before the shooting,” Granger stated.

Region 10 Chairman tight-lipped about negotiations 

Tuesday July 24, 2012 – Demerara Waves                                       Continue reading

St. Stanislaus College Alumni – Toronto Dance August 3, 2012

AFC Press Release – May 9, 2012 – 3 subjects

May 9, 2012  – For Immediate Release to all Media Houses.  This news release discusses three subjects:

1-    Government using budget cuts to discriminate
2-    AFC wants smooth transfer of money in NICIL to Consolidated Fund
3-    AFC calls for effective political tripartite arrangement

.1- Government using budget cuts to discriminate

The Alliance For Change is aware that the Government plans to send home certain workers using the reduction made to the 2012 budget as the excuse.Instead of ‘weeding out’ the cronies and ‘fat-cats’ out of the system, the PPP/C Government is sacrificing ordinary cleaners and clerks and cutting the salaries of other rank and file employees to make a political point. This is devious.Prior, during and after the 2012 Budget debate and especially during the examination of the Estimates, the AFC made it clear that we do not want to send ordinary workers home.

We were targeting the ‘super-salary’ contract employees and the political dinosaurs who are paid as so called, ‘advisors’. Now, instead of sending off these political relics of the past, the Ramotar regime is turning ordinary workers into sacrificial lambs.     Continue reading

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