Belize, Education, History

Did you know … Recognition of Belize as an Independent State

  On September 25, 1981, Belize was admitted as a member of the United Nations. On the same day it became a full member of the Non-Aligned Movement, after being a member with "special status" since 1976. On Independence Day Belize was also admitted to membership of the Commonwealth of Nations. Today, Belize plays its… Continue reading Did you know … Recognition of Belize as an Independent State

Belize, Education, History

Did you know … US and the OAS on the Independence of Belize

  From 1975 to 1979, the U.S. abstained on all the United Nations resolutions concerning Belize's independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity. Finally, in 1980, it changed its policy of neutrality and voted in favour of the U.N. resolution that called for the independence of Belize. This resolution was adopted in November 1980. It demanded the… Continue reading Did you know … US and the OAS on the Independence of Belize

Culture, Education, Freedom, Government, History, Issues, Nationality, Patriotism, Politics, Security

Welcome To The New World Order

By: Peter Chamberlin In the kingdom of the master deceivers black is white, war is peace and freedom is slavery.The object of the avalanche of lies that washes over us all on a daily basis is to so overwhelm us with lies and half-truths that we can no longer recognize the truth, even when it… Continue reading Welcome To The New World Order

Drugs, Education, Government, Issues, Politics

The following is a summary of milestones of federal marijuana enforcement in U.S. history

Prohibition, 1919 to 1933 - As use of marijuana became popular in response to alcohol prohibition, conservative anti-drug campaigners railed against the "Marijuana Menace," linking the drug to crime, violence and other bad behaviors. 1930, Federal Bureau of Narcotics established - By 1931, 29 states had criminalized marijuana. Uniform State Narcotic Act of 1932 -… Continue reading The following is a summary of milestones of federal marijuana enforcement in U.S. history

Culture, Issues, Patriotism, Politics, Rights, Thoughts

Why are we afraid of speaking up?

Today more than even it is evident that what is right is no longer going to be what is said or done for the most part. Why is that so? For decades we have been and continue to be brainwashed into thinking that unless we are following the tide of what is considered "NORMAL" that… Continue reading Why are we afraid of speaking up?