Entries for 29 September 2020

GUYANA: OIL: PPP/C Govt. doing its utmost to keep Guyana a “banana republic” – Dr. Jan Mangal

…Approval for Payara – ‘A country which has no self-respect and accepts crumbs for its Crown Jewels’ – Dr. Jan Mangal

Photo: Dr. Jan Mangal

 Sep 28, 2020  News

Upon noting the fact that the People’s Progressive Party (PPP/C) is  just mere days away from signing off on ExxonMobil’s third well project in the Stabroek Block, called  Payara, international Petroleum Consultant, Dr. Jan Mangal posits that one can clearly conclude that the current  regime is executing actions that will leave Guyana as a “banana republic.”

During an exclusive interview, Dr. Mangal articulated, “I have already said so much on this topic, am just thoroughly disappointed to see Guyanese politicians continue to sell out the nation, and perpetuate our 50 plus years as a failed state, when instead we always should have been the beacon for the Caribbean.”   

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US Elections: Donald Trump: Six key findings from the New York Times’ Trump taxes bombshell

Photo: Pres. Donald Trump

Donald Trump – The Guardian report

The president pays little, faces hefty audit costs as well as loans coming due soon, and Ivanka is not in the clear

he publication of Donald Trump’s records by the New York Times is one of the biggest bombshells to hit an unprecedented 2020 election campaign already been hit by a litany of scandals, a bitter fight over a supreme court nomination and a pandemic in which 7m Americans have been infected and more than 200,000 have died.

The president’s taxes have long been the great white whale of political reporters in America as well as prosecutors keen to find evidence of wrongdoing.    

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VIDEO: The Illusion of MONEY, TIME & EGO – By Alan Watts


VIDEO: The Illusion of MONEY, TIME & EGO – Alan Watts – 

  • AFTER SKOOL: 1,108,791 views – since  Sep 1, 2020

Alan Wilson Watts (6 January 1915 – 16 November 1973) was a well-known British philosopher, writer and speaker, best known for his interpretation of Eastern philosophy for Western audiences. He left behind more than 25 books and an audio library of nearly 400 talks, which are still in great demand.

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