New Homelands: Hindu Communities in Mauritius, Guyana, Trinidad, South Africa, Fiji, and East Africa
According to official FATF records seen by this publication, Guyana heads the list of the International Co-operation Review Group (ICRG).
That group includes countries such as Guyana, Mozambique, Cape Verde, Haiti, Cameroon, Aruba, Benin, Fiji and Zambia. Continue reading →
Editor’s Note: The prediction has been proven correct but one does not know if larger quakes will follow the Mexican quake reported today. Other similar videos have pinpointed an upcoming quake on March 22 @ 4.58:34 AM UDT (March 22 @ 12:58:34AM -EST) in a video uploaded on January 25, 2012. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJiLKUoPdaA&feature=related
The following video was uploaded by GeekTechMac1 on Feb 17, 2012
Chile, Japan, Fiji, New Zealand all fell victim to large, devastating earthquakes, and you will notice there is a 188/189 day pattern between each mega quake. These quakes have shifted the Earth’s axis, and the upcoming date for the next mega quake is March 22, 2012.
7.4 quake hits Mexico, damaging hundreds of homes A major earthquake struck Mexico on Tuesday, March 20,2012, unleashing panic as it damaged hundreds of buildings and caused homes in the capital to bounce like “trampolines”.
The tremor was one of the strongest to hit the country since the devastating 8.1-magnitude earthquake of 1985, which killed thousands in Mexico City.
UPDATE from US Geological Services: March 21, 2012
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Coolies – How Britain re-invented slavery – videos
This story tells you how England recruited people from India under “contract” to replace the African labour in agriculture after slavery was abolished in 1834. It is believed that these Indians were tricked into leaving India to go places like Guyana, Fiji & Africa, to work as “Indentured Labourers”.
In this documentary one man is looking for any sign of his great grand father who came to Guyana. Another man also looks for his roots in Fiji. Indians had to deal with SOME of the same living conditions and cruelty that the Africans, and others, endured earlier under slavery, before 1834
In this case, however, unlike under African based slavery, there was a time limit for their labour, even though it was harsh at times. They were free after their five year “contract” to renew their contract, or return to India or accept land in lieu of their passage home as was the case in in British Guiana (Guyana).
In British Guiana, After slavery was abolished the Africans got their “freedom” but no land or compensation for over 200 years labour by them and their ancestors. They had to work and save to buy abandoned estates to form their first villages like Victoria, Beterverwagting and Buxton on the East Coast of Demerara.
In Guyana’s 2002 Census, people claiming to be East Indian made up 43.45% of the population of 751,233. ( see Census Reports here)