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ICJ is complementary to 1981

ICJ is complementary to 1981

These old PUPeez who are saying nay to the ICJ, really ought to check their history. They, the PUP, led us into independence, and they agreed to take over and address Guatemala’s claim. The UDP, minus [...]

Hmm, 2017 households research in Belize (most information taken from 2017 BIS factsheet)

Hmm, 2017 households research in Belize (most information taken from 2017 BIS factsheet)

If you are a Belizean elite, during hot weather the air in your room is cooled by an air conditioner. Information from the 2017 Belize Statistical Institute’s (BIS) fact sheet shows that 8.5% of Belizeans have [...]

BCC’s impressive housing initiative

BCC’s impressive housing initiative

We shouldn’t let it just go by, this initiative by the Belize City Council (BCC) to design a low cost house for people who want to own a home but are not exactly rolling in cash. [...]

BELIZE DIASPORA TOWNHALL 2018 IN LOS ANGELES!

BELIZE DIASPORA TOWNHALL 2018 IN LOS ANGELES!

RESISTANCE AGAINST THE VIOLATIONS OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF NATURAL BORN BELIZEANS ABROAD, THE ANGLO GUATEMALAN CLAIM OF BELIZE & THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE (ICJ)! Belizeans in Los Angeles, California came out to the Belize [...]

The inspirational journey of Kaedhyn Williams

The inspirational journey of Kaedhyn Williams

Her eyes twinkled with confidence and her smile enveloped the room as she exclaimed her future goals and intentions. Kaedhyn Williams is an 11-year-old Belizean American who is the oldest child of Belizean parents Marvin Williams [...]

Collateral for lawyers

Collateral for lawyers

When you look at the tragedy of 265 men on remand for murder, and you do the math, you realize that this reality works out to the benefit of only one group in the country. This [...]

MEMOIRS OF MUSIC & WAR IN BELIZE!

MEMOIRS OF MUSIC & WAR IN BELIZE!

CONNECTING THE DOTS TO THE BELIZEAN SOLDIER BOY’S DEATH IN VIETNAM! Seeing “Woodstock” the film at the “Palace” movie theater in Belize City, Belize, in the 1970s at matinee on Sunday evenings as a boy had [...]

The growth of Black Consciousness in Belize 1914-1919

The growth of Black Consciousness in Belize 1914-1919

(Continued and concluded from last weekend’s issue of Amandala) That anger, perhaps somewhat ameliorated by the expectations of demobilization and their return to Belize, was reactivated on the long journey home by the so-called “Incident at [...]

Allan Wade, an ex-policeman, was at the border during the 1977 Guatemalan invasion scare

Allan Wade, an ex-policeman, was at the border during the 1977 Guatemalan invasion scare

BELIZE CITY, Fri. July 6, 2018– In the decade of the 1970s, before Belize attained independence from Britain on September 21, 1981, there were three serious invasion scares that the British Ministry of Defense took so [...]

Haven’t smoked any decrim weed yet

Haven’t smoked any decrim weed yet

Weed being decriminalized, I should have gone down by the riverside, or the lagoon side, or the seaside, and smoked myself happy, or silly, or sleepy. Seriously, I don’t know what to expect from smoking weed. [...]