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Cannabis: Antigua PM issues apology to Rastafari community

Cannabis: Antigua PM issues apology to Rastafari community

420- International Day of Cannabis

Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne says the prohibition of cannabis less than 100 years ago, was prompted not by altruistic motives or concern for the health or well-being of users, but to serve “the racist, political and economic interests’ of the then global powers.


Caribbean immigrants in the UK criminalised’ by ‘hostile’ government policy

Caribbean immigrants who came to UK decades ago ‘criminalised’ due to ‘hostile’ government policy

Ministers urged to act as Commonwealth citizens who arrived as children with ‘Windrush’ generation denied access to healthcare, losing jobs and even threatened with deportation

May Bulman – Social Affairs Correspondent | The Independent UK

Commonwealth citizens who have lived in Britain for decades after arriving as children are being made “destitute and stateless” due to the government’s hostile environment policies, politicians and diplomats are warning.    Continue reading

Triple Play and Fuh-Fun Dance -Toronto Caribana Sunday – August 5, 2018

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Favorite Songs from Dave Martins & The Tradewinds – Music Video

Favorite Songs from Dave Martins & The Tradewinds

Caribbean: Antigua to allow marijuana for personal use and medicine

By Bert Wilkinson – Caribbean Life News. NY – April 11, 2018

Just weeks after its parliament had overwhelmingly approved laws allowing for Antiguans to personally possess up to 15 grams of marijuana legally, authorities are preparing to take it to the next level.

In the coming months, island legislators will again be asked to debate a bill allowing for large scale medical marijuana production-meaning that approved locals will be allowed to grow, harvest, process and sell varying amounts of weed for medicinal use. Continue reading

Queens Book Fair and Literary Festival – Queens NY. -June 24. 2018

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Haitians Want No Charity, Prefer Freedom from Fake Humanitarian NGOs

Haitians Want No Charity, Prefer World Freeing Them from Fake Humanitarian NGOs

Haiti was struck by a manufactured disaster back on 12 January 2011 to pave the way for US ground invasion, NGO exploitation, and the corporate systematic plunder of its natural resources including gold. Of the billions that the concerned people of the world gave to Red Cross, the humanitarian agency was only able to build 7 houses for the Haitians.

No sources of potable water were ever developed out of the $13 billion raised by the Clinton Global Initiative either. Indeed, the Clintons have adapted themselves well from their Vatican masters, who themselves have the habit of sucking in most of what goes into their own Red Cross, of course.


When Will Britain Face Up to its Crimes Against Humanity? – Kris Manjapra | The Guardian UK

When Will Britain Face Up to its Crimes Against Humanity?

After the abolition of slavery, Britain paid millions in compensation – but every penny of it went to slave owners, and nothing to those they enslaved. We must stop overlooking the brutality of British history. 

Kris Manjapra | The Guardian UK

On 3 August 1835, somewhere in the City of London, two of Europe’s most famous bankers came to an agreement with the chancellor of the exchequer. Two years earlier, the British government had passed the Slavery Abolition Act, which outlawed slavery in most parts of the empire.    Continue reading

“Guyana Our Own” – Music Video by Blaze Anthonio on Guyana-Venezuela border dispute

“Guyana Our Own” – Music Video by Blaze Anthonio

Published on Mar 22, 2018 – by Blazeanthonio

The song released and shared with you isn’t just another song! As Guyanese, this song was produced to raise awareness concerning the controversy between Guyana and neighboring Venezuela as they try to take ownership of Essequibo!              Continue reading

Tourism Matters: Welcoming Locals for ‘Staycations’ – By Adrian Loveridge

Commentary: Tourism Matters: Welcoming Locals for ‘Staycations’

– By Adrian Loveridge – Barbados

With the recent reminder by Hugh Riley, the secretary general of the Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO) that on average around 30 percent of the entire regional hotel room stock is empty at any given time of the year, it is perhaps even more surprising that greater emphasis is currently not being placed promoting the much heralded ‘Staycation initiative’.

As we enter the long, soft summer period, surely our hoteliers can see the value of filling otherwise empty rooms, even if they cannot command those hefty rates extracted in the winter peak period?       Continue reading

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