Because this piece attempts to draw a direct link between Haiti’s role in: 1. the events which lead up to US independence; and 2. Trump’s presidency, I did not mention: The rigging of elections in Haiti by the US; The installation of Haitian President/s by the US; The introduction of diseases in Haiti by the… Continue reading There would be no ‘President Trump’ if it weren’t for Haiti
2017 was a tough year for the coalition government which lost much needed political capital due to some hiccups; most of which could have been avoided if Mark Benschop were elected President. Let us take a look at some of these issues which made headlines and demanded the spotlight on social media, but eluded Ruel… Continue reading 2017 YEAR IN REVIEW
“I dream of going there one day” was the most consistent response I received from relatives and friends when I told them I’d be traveling to Dubai to attend a youth conference. At first I was baffled. I mean, I never viewed Dubai as the ideal tourist destination and this is largely because of my… Continue reading Dubai is not only for the rich
GUYANESE Events NOT planned by Minister Nicolette Henry Hiding from Jehovah’s Witnesses Sooba pronouncing proclivity Touts bullying you to travel in their minibus Post girl’s envelope during the Holidays Green and yellow The overnight increase in the Muslim population to collect Zakat on Fridays GT&T’s “lightning fast” service World’s First Black Pentecostal Pope Buse… Continue reading 50 Things to enjoy about GUYANA
Just recently I came across a report from the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum which highlighted the roles of a President. Although it was exclusively limited to the US, the broad-based approach fashioned the report in a way that made it applicable to Presidents around the world. What was interesting to note was the… Continue reading Granger: President of Guyana? Or President of PNC?
How do you introduce yourself? As a Christian? A receptionist? A Law student? An activist? Or, maybe just a mother? When we’re born, we’re first identified by sex. Our biological make-up is what differentiates us, after which our birth certificates authenticate our nationality; one of the most powerful instruments in the international community. More often… Continue reading 17 GUYANESE died in a prison last week…