Community, Culture, Drugs, Politics, Science

How Neuroscience Reinforces Racist Drug Policy

A recent neuroscience study from Harvard Medical School claims to have discovered brain differences between people who smoke marijuana and people who do not. Such well-intentioned and seemingly objective science is actually a new chapter in a politicized and bigoted history of drug science in the United States. Different-looking brains tell us literally nothing about… Continue reading How Neuroscience Reinforces Racist Drug Policy

Apple, At Home, Computer, Computers, Education, Government, Issues, Linux, Online, Politics, Rights, Security, Windows

The right to privacy in the digital age

United Nations                                    A/RES/68/167 General Assembly   Distr.: General 21 January 2014 Sixty-eighth session Agenda item 69 (b) Resolution adopted by the General Assembly on 18 December 2013 [on the report of the Third Committee (A/68/456/Add.2)] 68/167. The right to privacy in the digital age The General Assembly, Reaffirming the purposes and principles of the Charter… Continue reading The right to privacy in the digital age

Government, Politics, Thoughts

The reason BTL was Nationalized?

I told you all back then and I'll keep saying it.. The issue was never about nationalization as in making it for the people, initially I thought it was just to get to slip a backdoor into the Constitution to give the politicians in Government all power but it seems it goes way beyond that.… Continue reading The reason BTL was Nationalized?

Thought of the Day
Belize, Community, Corruption, Education, Freedom, Government, Issues, Politics, Thoughts

Thought of the day 05-13-13

The system really has not served us except for the very beginning extending a bit into a decade or so after Independence. If we look around at how our nation has been served we can clearly see that only politicians, their families, friends and special interest groups have really been served.When a system is created… Continue reading Thought of the day 05-13-13

Belize, Corruption, Education, Freedom, Government, History, Patriotism, Politics, Rights, Security, Thoughts

Commentary: The ICJ and the Belize-Guatemala issue: A den of strategy and deceit

This past week the government of Belize (GOB) launched its “(mis)education campaign” involving the push to take the matter of Guatemala’s unfounded claim on Belize’s sovereign territory to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) for a supposed “final determination”. I have pulled no punches in terms of my assessment as to why those vested with… Continue reading Commentary: The ICJ and the Belize-Guatemala issue: A den of strategy and deceit

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Belize, Community, Thoughts

Thought of the day Jan 22 2013

Tit fi tat and butta fi fish. - Dean Barrow Meaning: Because the other party did it, I am justified and am right in doing the same evil. Dis weh blow ova like wah lee breeze. - Said Musa Meaning: People will forget what we did by the end of the day so I don't… Continue reading Thought of the day Jan 22 2013

Thought of the Day
Belize, Culture, Freedom, Issues, Thoughts

Thought for the day 01-10-13

We want ___________ !   We want ___________ !   We want ___________ !  How about "I will do something so that we can have what we want" for a change? If we keep submitting to others to give us what we want, we will always be slaves. Bob Marley said in a song: "Neva mek a… Continue reading Thought for the day 01-10-13

Christianity, Crime, Family, Freedom, Government, Issues, Religion, Rights, Thoughts

Where was God?

I agree with everything that he said. Funny thing is that even those that say there is no God keep asking why. I think that is a sign that they know there is a God and they are just putting on a front to fit in with the in crowd; a closet Christian if you… Continue reading Where was God?

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Belize, Issues, Politics

Points to Ponder Aug 24

I know many think all this talk of Purposefully crippling economies, NWO and such are just Conspiracy Theories. But when things happen in unison, branch off and either cause or affect each other, is it really just Theories? I have a question.. Seeing that the NAU (North American Union) and the AMERO are on schedule… Continue reading Points to Ponder Aug 24

Thoughts

Start to be free

Some people need to have stuff like these in their lives to function. Instructions on what to do, when to do and how to do it. For as far back as I can remember this has been the norm of sort, especially when it comes to making political decisions. We need to start moving away… Continue reading Start to be free

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

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?

Culture, Drugs, Education, Environmental, Freedom, Health, Issues, Nature

Bringing It Home

Industrial hemp makes 1,000's of sustainable products and can help farmers, our health, the economy, and the environment. But why can't we grow it in the U.S.? Now raising money to complete production, "Bringing It Home" (www.bringingithomemovie.com) explores the story of hemp: past, present and future and the expanding global industry that is putting money… Continue reading Bringing It Home

Belize, Crime, Government, Issues, Politics, Thoughts

What’s the Deal?

Mere weeks after a national election, it is well for us to stop for a moment and analyze calmly and without prejudice the effect on our Nation of a victory by either of the major political parties. The problem of the electorate is far deeper, far more vital than the continuance of the representation and/or… Continue reading What’s the Deal?

Belize, Elections, Freedom, Government, Issues, Nationality, Patriotism, Politics, Thoughts

Brainstorming 1

So here are some of the things I've been brainstorming on for the past days about the road ahead in Belize... These are however, my thoughts only; they are not set to happen soon or under the current Govt but from the way things are going around the world I have been thinking about them.… Continue reading Brainstorming 1

At Home, Crime, Culture, Family, Freedom, Government, Issues, Nationality, Patriotism, Politics, Rights, Security, Thoughts

Gun Control and the After Effects

1911 Turkey established gun control. From 1915-1917, 1.5 million Armenians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated. 1929 The Soviet Union established gun control. From 1929 to 1953, approximately 20 million dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated. 1935 China established gun control. From 1948 to 1952, 20 million political… Continue reading Gun Control and the After Effects

Culture, Freedom, Issues

What Isn’t for Sale?

Market thinking so permeates our lives that we barely notice it anymore. A leading philosopher sums up the hidden costs of a price-tag society There are some things money can’t buy—but these days, not many. Almost everything is up for sale. For example: • A prison-cell upgrade: $90 a night. In Santa Ana, California, and… Continue reading What Isn’t for Sale?