Tag Archives: Communism

  1. ‘Until Victory for Ever, Commander in Chief’ – The first statement made by Havana’s President Raul Castro

    The first statement made by Havana’s President Raul Castro: “Today November 25, at 10:29 p.m., the Commander-in-Chief of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro Ruz died. In compliance with the expressed will of Fidel, his remains will be cremated. Saturday morning, the organizing committee of the funeral will provide our people with detailed information on the […]

    November 27, 2016Breaking News, Featured, PoliticalNo comments

    They say that Fidel Castro died (over the weekend). But Fidel Castro cannot really die! No man whose actions, spirit, intellect and personality have so positively and profoundly impacted so many millions of lives can die! The essence and influence of such a man is destined to resonate in the lives of countless generations to […]

    November 27, 2016Breaking News, Featured, PoliticalNo comments

    The supposedly “honourable” Donville Inniss, Barbados’ Minister of Commerce and Industry, is a liar of the highest pedigree, as is evident by his outrageously mendacious comments about the racial self identification of David Comissiong while a teenage school-boy at Harrison College. (In a recent debate in the House of Assembly; Inniss claimed that David Comissiong […]

    November 23, 2016EditorialNo comments
  4. “Ralph Gonsalves: a history making fourth term” by Ronald Sanders

    Dr Ralph Gonsalves is making┬áhistory in St Vincent and the Grenadines as he starts a fourth term in office amidst objections as Kingstown’s Prime Minister. Having already completed fourteen years as Head of Government, within three years of the term to which he was elected on December 9, Gonsalves will overtake the record of former […]

    December 16, 2015EditorialNo comments
  5. “Lee Kuan-Yew’s Caribbean rescue in the Commonwealth” by Sir Ronald Sanders

    Lee Kuan-Yew, who led Singapore for three decades, died on March 23rd. He was a remarkable man who is best remembered for courageous leadership that converted a tiny island with virtually no natural resources into one of the wealthiest countries in the world. This commentary recalls a particular role that he played on the Caribbean’s […]

    March 31, 2015Featured, PoliticalNo comments
  6. Leaders, Veterans, Families all Observing 30th Anniversary of Grenada Intervention

    U.S. military and civilian leaders, Grenadian senior officials, community representatives, along with military veterans, and families of U.S. service members killed during military operations in Grenada observed the 30th Anniversary of the U.S.-Caribbean intervention which began October 25, 1983 to restore security and democratic institutions in the Eastern Caribbean island state. In Grenada, the anniversary […]

    October 27, 2013PoliticalNo comments