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GUYANA: Build bridges, not walls – By Mosa Telford – Opinion

– By Mosa Telford

Conflict brews when there are opposing sides in any society. The thread of conflict has weaved its way through time. To be alive on Earth means that we not only enjoy happiness, pleasure and peace but are also entangled in pain, sorrow, and war. For many it is either religious or spiritual philosophies that save us from a state of perpetual darkness and fear.

Many believe that there is better beyond this world and that is the hope that fuels them. But for some, that also means their power is suppressed. When there is none or limited belief in the power of self – the knowledge that it is we who must take charge of our destiny and create the life we desire beginning with the focus of the mind – the cycle of darkness and fear can overpower us.      Continue reading

GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos -03 September 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 03 September 2015

  • No witch hunt says President
  • Safety measures for Kaieteur Falls
  • Conflict hinders development
  • More oil rigs for Guyana
  • Opposition blasts Top Cop Seelall Persaud
  • More cleanup efforts
  • Bridge toll talks continue
  • Sports

Click links below  to view the TV News Videos:-   Continue reading

Granger warns MERCOSUR of chaos if borders violated

Granger warns MERCOSUR of chaos if borders violated

B20150718-153442.jpgStabroek News On July 18, 2015

In his address to South American Presidents of the regional trading bloc MERCOSUR, President David Granger yesterday warned of chaos if established borders are violated.

In a clear reference to Venezuelan sabre-rattling over Guyana’s maritime territory in recent months, Granger said:
“Violations of borders could degenerate into conflict and could derail integration.When borders which had been determined definitively settled by international agreements are disregarded by one State, other States may do the same. Chaos will ensue. This continent must be a ‘zone of peace’ if it is to progress.   Continue reading

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