Entries for 19 July 2020
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Everything you know about the British Empire is a lie | George Monbiot
“It’s not just the bad stuff in history that they don’t want us to see, it’s also the good stuff”
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People who are not mature, responsible and brave enough to face their own failings are also unable to face the failings of their own culture. They go straight into cognitive dissonance and rage. Expect a backlash tirade of childish, narcissistic abuse.
Both the British and the French, after having defeated the Nazis, went on to commit Nazi like atrocities in their empires. Continue reading →
By Leonard Gildarie
On March 2- Elections Day- I arrived at work and marched upstairs to find out about Kaieteur Radio’s coverage of the proceedings.
We were clearly unprepared, as the radio station had only been in operation for a few months and attempting to find its footing.
The year is already halfway done, and the novel coronavirus pandemic has had a major effect on employment in nearly every industry. However, the future of work is still looking pretty bright for medical and tech jobs, based on data and projections from the US Labor Department.
By Max MatzaBBC News, Washington- BBC NewsI
The Shady Maples Smorgasbord – specialising in Amish food – is requiring a mask and gloves
A dining experience beloved by generations of hungry Americans is in danger of being spoiled by the coronavirus pandemic.
Buffets – from the humblest hotel breakfasts to the grandest casino banquets – are struggling to stay afloat as new health restrictions come into place and wary diners eschew the self-serve dining tradition.
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