by Dr. Martin Luther King Members of the faculty and members of the student body of this great institution of learning; ladies and gentlemen. Now there are several things that one could talk about before such a large, concerned, and enlightened audience. There are so many problems facing our nation and our world, that one… Continue reading The Other America – 1968
by Dr. Martin Luther King Members of the faculty and members of the student body of this great institution of learning; ladies and gentlemen. Now there are several things that one could talk about before such a large, concerned, and enlightened audience. There are so many problems facing our nation and our world, that one… Continue reading The Other America – 1967
This is a story of one side of the coin that Belize faces with a Political angle to explain things but falsely. Watch the video first, I will provide my point of view after... https://youtu.be/linC65qnh_o The narration starts off, then shortly after, some highlights.... debtunemployment at 9%the murder rate one of the highest in the… Continue reading Millennials in Belize suppressed by gangs and crime
An educated citizenry is a vital requisite for our survival as a free people. "I know no safe depositary of the ultimate powers of the society but the people themselves; and if we think them not enlightened enough to exercise their control with a wholesome discretion, the remedy is not to take it from them,… Continue reading To Go or Not To Go – The ICJ
 UKPC 35 Privy Council Appeal No 0096 of 2010 JUDGMENT The Belize Bank Limited (Appellant) v The Association of Concerned Belizeans and Others (Respondents) From the Court of Appeal of Belize before Lord Phillips Lord Walker Lady Hale Lord Mance Lord Clarke JUDGMENT DELIVERED BY Lord Clarke ON 20 October 2011 Heard on 29 June… Continue reading Belize Bank Limited vs Association of Concerned Belizeans
President of the Agricultural Society of Trinidad and Tobago (ASTT) and outgoing chairman of the National Agricultural Marketing and Development Corporation (NAMDEVCO) Wendy Lee Yuen yesterday expressed a concern that there was a “conspiracy” among rice importers to artificially inflate the price of rice.
Lee Yuen was speaking to the Express following a meeting with Legal Affairs Minister Danny Montano convened which the minister convened to discuss issues surrounding the increased production of root crops or “ground provision” as an alternative to rice. Montano had made a public call for the population to turn to root crops as an alternative to rice, as a response to the recent twenty per cent increase in the price of rice.
Lee Yuen explained that although “importers say that the rice from Belize, Suriname and Guyana, which enters Trinidad duty-free, is not of good enough quality”, those countries continue to export in huge volumes.
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Here's an idea I've been toying around with for a while, thought I'd share it with you to get your feedback and ideas on how we can make Belize better. National Board will managed the daily on-goings in the nation. They will be elected by the people in a national election that will be every… Continue reading Belize New Management