A moral obligation

Recently, Jerry Edwin has been telling us a story about Dr. Eric Williams, to create the fallacy that in principle he opposed the establishment of the Caribbean Court of Justice. Generally, the story goes like this. Someone asked Dr. Williams about the court in 1976, and Dr. Williams had replied that if two people are fighting in one house, it is better to have an outsider to settle the dispute. He has made this statement on radio, and has written it in articles published in our local newspapers. Edwin, who appears to be a member of the bandwagon of political … Continue reading

Rambo Putin puppetises Maduro and the Caribbean Marxist leaders

Russia has already managed to develop a sophisticated cyber toolbox, including cyber espionage instruments. Every country in the world is at risk from the vigorous cyber activity of Russian government based hackers. They are interfering in all branches of foreign government departments and facilities, military, and private and public corporations. The real problem is that under the leadership of such a nasty little man who could aptly be called Rambo Putin, they are personally directed and encouraged to do all the dirty deeds possible for direct congratulatory encouragement by him. Russia’s cyber capabilities are expanding at a break speed rate, … Continue reading

Is a Lesbian Lifestyle Alright With God?

A man said: “I cannot stand to see two men kissing intimately! But two women kissing intimately is alright with me. That doesn’t look too bad.” That is the view of some persons – men and women alike. What is the view of our Creator, the only true God? ( Genesis 1:1; John 17:3) At Romans 1:26 God states: “For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature.” Therefore, God is saying that women who are attracted romantically to each other is doing what … Continue reading

ALBA-TCP summit begins in Havana

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and other leaders were in Cuba to attend the Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance of the Peoples of Our America (ALBA). The Alba was created 14 years ago on December 14, 2004, by the deceased presidents of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, and of Cuba, Fidel Castro, describing it as an alternative to the Free Trade Area for the Americas (FTAA). On December 12, 2018, before the opening, the Cuban head of State received the participants of the meeting, at the venue of the Protocol Hall Cubanacan of Havana. Attending the meeting are the Secretary-General of the integration … Continue reading

Mosquito spraying at Silver Sands!!!

Crime in Trinidad has increased exponentially. Murder is the new sport. Another gruesome murder today, leading the relentless murder toll to climb to 509, threatening to break the 2008 record of 550 murders, leaving 2017 at 494. Thus far, January has been the bloodiest month of the year at 40 killings. Why? Oh Why? Even though the government allocates billions of dollars towards crime, this has made no impression. Murder continues to hamper the economic prospect of the city, affecting tourism as countries have issued advisories warning their citizens about our little island. Immigrants from Venezuela, Columbia and Cuba are … Continue reading

Why is it so hard to amend Caribbean constitutions?

On Tuesday, November 6, the citizens of Antigua/Barbuda and Grenada soundly rejected the entreaties of local and regional elites to vote “yes” in separate referenda to replace the London-based Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (JCPC) with the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as their highest appellate court. This outcome should have come as no surprise to those familiar not only with Commonwealth Caribbean constitutional amending procedures but with the difficulty in amending constitutions in most democratic countries. When the ill-fated West Indies Federation was established in 1958 by a British Order in Council, a single West Indies Supreme … Continue reading

Unblock Cuba Now!

For the last 26 years (1992-2018) the United Nations General Assembly continue to vote for the USA to lift the financial and economic blockade against the Government and people of Cuba…It is time to Unblock Cuba. Before my second birthday, the Government and people of Cuba started to feel gaunt of the financial and economic blockade imposed by the USA on the backs of our Caribbean brothers and sisters in Cuba. It is important to know that after the Historical Leader and Commander In Chief of the Cuban Revolution, Dr Fidel Castro Ruz declared the character of the Cuban Revolution … Continue reading

Committee of Human Rights Grenada, UK is a sham

When I read in a relatively recent issue of New Today, an article by one Alan Scott condemning the U.S. invasion of Grenada I went to Facebook and typed in his name. There were other Alan Scotts, but I knew immediately which was the right one when I saw that among his friends were Selwyn Strachan and others of “The Grenada 17”. So this British person Scott who is Secretary of the Committee of Human Rights Grenada, UK is evidently an extreme leftist in cahoots with Grenadian communists living in the UK. So strange that such an organisation is not … Continue reading

Sauteurs Breakwater

Work on the Breakwater in Sauteurs has come to a halt, it stopped early this year with rumours that work would recommence in October or November. To date, the work has not restarted and inquiries were made to the local Parliamentary Representatives as to what the future of the breakwater might be. Questions were asked as to what investigations or assessments had been or will be undertaken to ensure that the destruction of November (2017) does not happen again. Last year we saw the complete loss of the beach in Mt Craven with the sea taking approximately twenty foot of … Continue reading