Entries for February 06- 07, 2021

GUYANA: Small and medium scale miners rake in US$808M in export earnings – GGDMA

Kaieteur News – Guyana’s small and medium scale miners have accounted for more than 80% of the country’s gold production for 2020, raking in approximately US$808,587,118 in export earnings.

The Guyana Gold and Diamond Miners Association (GGDMA) in a congratulatory statement outlined that the small and medium scale miners achieved a production of 485,552 ounces of gold for 2020.        Continue reading →


EDUCATION: After Covid, will digital learning be the new normal? – The Guardian

Digital schools and learning could be the new normal using the latest on-line tools.

Tech-based teaching may increase the advantages enjoyed by wealthier, better resourced pupils.

Schools have embraced apps and remote classes in the past year. Some see benefits in virtual learning but others fear the impact on disadvantaged children and privatisation by stealth

Nic Fleming- Sat 23 Jan 2021  – The Guardian             Continue reading →


GOVERNMENT: NOAH ARK’s in 2021 – Hilarious but TRUE!

In the year 2021 , the Lord came unto Noah,who was now living in America and said:“Once again, the earth has become wicked and over-populated, and I see the end of all flesh before me.”“Build another ark and save 2 of every living thingalong with a few good humans.”He gave Noah the blueprints, saying:“You have 6 months to build the ark before I willstart the unending rain for 40 days and 40 nights.” 

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GUYANA: Oil production cut; flaring reduced; damaged gas compressor for repairs in Germany

DEMERARA WAVES – By Denis Chabrol – Friday, 5 February 2021

Oil rig flaring gas

Guyana’s oil production has been dropped and the quantity of gas being flared has been reduced due to a faulty gas compressor that has been removed to be taken to Germany for repairs, the company said Friday.

“We have lowered production levels on the Liza Destiny since the compressor failed and continue to seek ways to reduce flaring. We are currently injecting or using 88 percent of the gas produced from the wells. We share a common interest in responsible management and appropriate standards for development of the country’s natural resources,” Alistair Routledge President of ExxonMobil Guyana was quoted in a company statement as saying.          Continue reading →


COVID-19: Below are profound statements regarding this “Pandemic”; comparing it to WAR

Profound Anonymous statements re: COVID-19. 

“In a war situation, nobody asks anyone to stay indoors. *You Stay Indoors by Choice* In fact, if you have a basement, you hide there for as long as hostilities persist.

During a war, you *Don’t Insist on Your Freedom*. You willingly give it up in exchange for survival.

During a war, you *Don’t Complain of Hunger.* You bear hunger and pray that you live to eat again.
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SHORT STORY: The Impact of an English soldier on a colonial boy! – By Geoff Burrowes

– By Geoff Burrowes

In today’s world he would probably be called an imperialist and an agent and a defendant of imperialism. He was, in fact a soldier who was an original thinker, one prepared to adopt his enemy’s strategies and the lessons of the people indigenous to the region.

His name was Robert Baden-Powell, the founder of the Boy Scout Movement.             

He was born in 1857. He joined the British Army after school and fought in India and Africa.          Continue reading →

Guyanese Online Published by Cyril G. Bryan - cybryan@gmail.com
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