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Nikola Tesla on “Liberated Women” – His forecasts made 100 years ago – video

Nikola Tesla on Women – Why He Never Married – video

Universe Inside You  — Published on Jun 18, 2017

Nikola Tesla interview for a newspaper, showed his views on women and why he never married. Even though he was alive over 100 years ago, the observations he made on the deteriorating nature of women seem to have gone its full course, meaning that the article certainly would not be published today.

We are the unfortunate men who are forced to deal with Tesla’s disturbingly accurate predictions.

Nikola Tesla was a great inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, physicist, and futurist who is best known for his contributions to the to the design of the modern alternating current (AC) electricity supply system, one of his major projects being power from the Niagara Falls.

Ancient Africans Discovered America Thousands of Years Ago – video

Ancient Africans Discovered America Thousands of Years Ago

Universe Inside You – Published on Jan 23, 2018
Africans had frequently sailed across the Atlantic to the Americas, thousands of years before Columbus and indeed before Christ. The great ancient civilizations of Egypt and West Africa traveled to the Americas, contributing immensely to early American civilization by importing the art of pyramid building, political systems and religious practices as well as mathematics, writing and a sophisticated calendar. The strongest evidence of African presence in America before Columbus comes from the pen of Columbus himself.    Continue reading

US Congressman Gregory Meeks speaks out – By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine – 2 articles

Congressman Meeks: Why I Boycotted the State of the Union!

Gregory Meeks

By Dr. Dhanpaul Narine

“We cannot stop the emigration of peoples of color into the United States of America,” said Congressman Gregory Meeks at a Town Hall meeting in Queens. The notice may have been short but the lines were long to listen to the Congressman.

“We cannot stop the emigration of peoples of color into the United States of America,” said Congressman Gregory Meeks at a Town Hall meeting in Queens. The notice may have been short but the lines were long to listen to the Congressman.

Read more: Congressman Meeks – Why I boycotted the CoI

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Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 19 February 2018

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 19 February 2018

Guyanese man hospitalized in NY after losing memory

Posted: 20 Feb 2018 02:22 AM PST

By Tracey Khan  – An elderly Guyanese man stuck in the Bellvue hospital in Manhattan New York after losing his memory is in tears and pleading for help to return to his country.  He gave his name as Ulric McDonald and Ulric Bobb called “Piah” 75, of Belladrum Village, West Coast Berbice. “As soon as you say […]

It was excitement down several city streets on Saturday, as the Children’s Mashramani Celebrations came to a close with their Mash parade

Another hinterland Radio Station is on the air and this time in Aishalton in the South Rupununi.

In excess of 40 persons are on the breadline after the furniture store they worked at went up in flames.

The Chinese have contributed much to Guyana’s rich Cultural Heritage, says President Granger at the celebration of the Chinese New Year.

President Granger disappointed that no inquest was conducted into the brutal murder of PPP’s Agriculture Minister

CH&PA came under the microscope in the meeting of Public Accounts Committee for 2018

Sixth One Love Gala – Toronto – March 3, 2018

US$500M PetroCaribe fraud at Guyana Rice Development Board (GRDB)

… Investigators track US$5M in demurrage fees

February 20. 2018 – Kaieteur News

It started off in 2015 with the new Coalition Government wanting to know what happened at the various state agencies over the previous five or six years of the stewardship of the People’s Progressive Party/Civic.

This led to several forensic audits being commissioned. The findings were alarming enough for the administration to hand the reports to the police for further investigations.
The police gave the matters to its Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU), which specialises in going after money crimes.

One of the big cases was the one involving the Guyana Rice Development Board (GRDB).      Continue reading

President Granger calls out corrupt police officers – By Adam Harris

President Granger calls out corrupt police officers

By Adam Harris

President David Granger’s address to the annual police officers’ conference was revealing. It highlighted the fact that the head of state was unhappy with the level of corruption in the force. In venting his unhappiness, he apportioned blame from the top to the bottom.

A fish rots from the head, he said. He continued that when one sees corruption at the bottom, it is because it is encouraged from the top. He spoke of senior officers who actually support the corruption by the junior ranks.    Continue reading

Ramotar defends CGX Energy oil contract he signed; says all contracts should be renegotiated

ex-President Donald Ramotar

Former President, Donald Ramotar on Sunday defended his decision to sign a zero royalty agreement with CGX Energy that also contains provisions that mirror those in the controversial ExxonMobil agreement inked by the David Granger-led administration.

However Ramotar, who was President from 2011 to 2015, said he inked the agreement with CGX because of the need to attract oil and gas investors to a country that had for  decades failed to find crude oil in commercial quantities.    Continue reading

Analysis: Mueller Indictments and Israeli Police Set Up Trump-Netanyahu Goodfellas Summit

Analysis: Mueller Indictments and Israeli Police Set Up Trump-Netanyahu Goodfellas Summit

When powerful and narcissistic leaders face similar troubles, each is convinced his pickle is bigger

Chemi Shalev | Haaretz

The upcoming meeting between Benjamin Netanyahu and Donald Trump on March 5 at the White House should be extra-special. In addition to the common interests and shared views that have hitherto united them, Trump and Netanyahu will now sense mutual solidarity and a deep personal bond, unprecedented in the history of the relations between leaders of their countries.     Continue reading

Caribbean Airlines sinks further, and no fleet renewal plan – Commentary

Commentary: Caribbean Airlines sinks further, and no fleet renewal plan

February 19, 2018 By Ray Chickrie – Caribbean News Now

Caribbean Airlines (CAL) continues to sink for several reasons. The Port of Spain/Tobago flights operated by CAL require vast government subsidies to pamper Trinidadians who wants to go party on the island during weekends and holidays.  According to a report in the Trinidad Express, “Approximately $41 million budgeted for CAL as the subsidy on the air bridge this year does not cover the entire shortfall between the fare charged for flights on the air bridge and the cost of running it, making the route unprofitable.” And with such a large subsidy, private airlines can’t compete on the route.       Continue reading

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