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RIGHT TO THE POINT: The violence we have come to accept

RIGHT TO THE POINT: The violence we have come to accept

Continued from Page 10, Fri. Oct. 6, 2017 Issue No. 3122 of the Amandala Graphic photos Caught in the middle of these types of criminals are the masses who are too scared to become either type [...]

The Guardian’s Airport connection

The Guardian’s Airport connection

BELIZE CITY, Fri. Oct. 6, 2017–This is really getting ridiculous, people! But it is also sad, and damn disgusting, when you consider that the same people, our Prime Minister and his UDP Cabinet, who call the [...]

Narrow agendas should consider “leaving”

Narrow agendas should consider “leaving”

When we tell the truth, we find solutions. When we don’t tell the truth, we serve agendas. On the matter of marijuana use, some people should stop talking as though their concern is for ALL. For [...]

Mr. HD Thompson, a man among men

Mr. HD Thompson, a man among men

Sept. 8, 1933 – Sept. 29, 2017 … A man of quiet vision, focus, few words, hard work, and discipline … A grassroots Belizean visionary and pioneering entrepreneur, who left his mark, and gained the world [...]

Pay the JP

Pay the JP

It’s a wonder, this insistence that JPs work for free. You’d think by now that our leaders would have allowed a token their way, a $2 or $5 per transaction say. These government people actually get [...]

Belize up front

Belize up front

After a five-week break from writing, it’s great to be back. The reason for the partial break is because of my mini vacation in Belize, which ended up being an extended one. Eight days into my [...]

A telling omission!

A telling omission!

    The largest mass shooting/murders in US history is not this recent Las Vegas Sunday event, in which 58 people plus the white killer, who was said to commit suicide, died. Again, this kind of inaccurate [...]

Right to the Point: The violence we have come to accept

Right to the Point: The violence we have come to accept

The new generations we have living amongst us seem more sensitized to accepting violence around them. While growing up our parents protected us from viewing violence and allowed us to enjoy our years of innocence. We [...]

RIGHT TO THE POINT: Kelvin Usher ran for his life? …. GSU has lots to answer to!

RIGHT TO THE POINT: Kelvin Usher ran for his life? …. GSU has lots to answer to!

Continued from Page 9 Fri. Sept. 30, 2017 Issue No. 3120 of the Amandala At this time, however, I find it fitting to revisit a story aired on Channel 7 and done by Jules Vasquez in [...]

Sincerely naïve

Sincerely naïve

I remember where I was when the announcement came over the radio that young Derek Aikman had defeated PUP icon and Father of the Nation, George Price, in 1984. I was at a table in my [...]