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Date: 24 Jun 17 02:50pm
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African Holocaust (Maafa) Day observedâ¦By Rabindra Rooplall and Abena Rockcliffe As Afro-Guyanese paid homage to their ancestors who were lost in the Middle Passage; hundreds came out to the Seawall Bandstand yesterday where the message was clear as they chanted   âTu ta Shinda â We will win.âAs part of the 17th observance of African Holocaust, there was energetic drumming accompanied by songs of resistance and spirituals as the African Cultural & Development Association (ACDA) held its annual African Maafa Day at the Kingston seawalls.For the past 19 years, October 12 has been set aside to remember the thousands of Africans who were captured as slaves but died in the Middle Passage to the New World. Some dubbed it a holocaust at sea that should not be forgotten and referred to the board of horror as a new form of horror taken on by some dubbed as âdivisive oppressorsâ who âuse persons with house slave mentality to do their biddingsâ .A spiritual reflection The group at the seawalls invoked the spirits of those who fought against slavery â people like Accabre, African Janet, and Harriet Tubman. âFrom this day onwards we will live with a sense of purpose, we will seek education, encourage it and support it with all we have.âAmong those who paid homage were PNCR members Basil Williams, Richard Van West Charles and Mayor of Georgetown Hamilton Green.The procession was led in a spiritual manner down to the shores of the Kingston seawall where they paid respect to their ancestors with prayers, libations, and floral tributes.According to Eric Phillips, an executive director for ACDA, he hopes the commemoration would educate the gathering and society at large of the lives of the African Maafa.He explained that the Maafa signifies the largest economic genocide of a people, and according to the United Nations, the greatest crime against Africaâs humanity.Phillips said that Columbus arrived in these parts on October 12, 1492, and decimated first the natives as a precursor to slavery.The Executive Director said the global stench of racial discrimination was born and nurtured during the infamous period which Europeans created hell on earth. âThey called Africa the dark continent because they stole its light.âIt was disclosed that the theme for Maafa was âstop the stealing of African landsâ since there are examples of this in society.Adding that next year has been declared the âYear of people of African descent by the United Nationsâ, Phillips said ACDA has been calling on all right-thinking persons to say no to the pernicious winner-take-all system that denies all Guyanese an equal share, since âwe are supposed to have a motto that says âone people, one nation, one destinyâ, that means we are equal. And a winner-takes-all system is the opposite of that. âAccording to Lennox King, of St. Peterâs African Methodist Episcopal Church, the leaders of the country have to do what is necessary to protect the people they have sworn to lead, âthey must understand that they are our servants and are there to look after our interest.âHe said on many occasions it is found that the interest of the leaders and the interest of the people are not the same, NFL Jerseys Outlet, and âwe have to be our brotherâs keeper.âGeneral Secretary of GTUC, Norris Witter emphasized that if persons have no knowledge of their origin, culture or histories then such individuals are incapable of defining themselves.
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Date: 24 Jun 17 02:49pm
â court not in receipt of case docketThe commencement of the murder preliminary inquiry of John Blanchard, Jerseys NFL Cheap, the father fingered in the death of his three young children, has been postponed until January 11. The matter which came before Magistrate Lesley Sobers at the Providence Magistrateâs Court, had to be adjourned since the prosecution was not in receipt of the case file.On Tuesday last, Blanchard was transferred to the out of town court by the Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine- Beharry. But when the matter was called again on Friday last at Providence, it had to be adjourned since the police were unable to present statements without the case file.The police are expected to present these statements on the next occasion and hopefully the PI could get on the way.Blanchard was arrested late last year for allegedly hacking his three young children to death.
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Date: 24 Jun 17 02:48pm
⦠despite forest-saving deal with NorwayGuyana has seen deforestation rates soar over the last year, despite the signing of an agreement with the Norwegian Government aimed precisely at supporting a reduction in deforestation rates, the UK organisation, Global Witness, said yesterday.Signed in November 2009, the agreement â worth US$250m over four years â was initially welcomed as a potential breakthrough, and a blueprint for other countries to follow, in supporting the preservation of forests.However, Global Witness notes, once the technical details were made public, initial optimism gave way to widespread concern since a particular clause in the agreement actually allowed deforestation rates in Guyana to increase, Cheap Jerseys From China, at Norwayâs expense.According to the organisation, the offending clause assumed an existing annual baseline deforestation rate in Guyana of 0.45 per cent on an interim basis until a more accurate baseline could be determined.A recent report commissioned by the Guyana Forestry Commission, and carried out by New Zealand-based consultants, Pöyry Forest Industry, concluded that the actual deforestation rate over the period 1990-1999 was in fact only 0.02 per cent.As such, if the interim baseline is not adjusted under the terms of the agreement, deforestation in Guyana could increase twenty-fold and still remain within the agreed limits. Indeed, the report also confirmed that over the first year of the agreement the rate of actual deforestation in the country had trebled, reaching 0.06 per cent, Global Witness stated.âOver the past year, deforestation rates in Guyana have increased 300 per cent, â said Laura Furones of Global Witness.But she said that itâs too early to say if this increase is a direct result of the flawed data in the agreement, âbut there is undoubtedly an incentive for Guyana to both profit from expanding forestry activities and simultaneously get paid by Norway to reduce deforestation.âFurones concluded that the Norwegian and Guyanese governments must adopt the precautionary principle to ensure that this is not the beginning of an upward trend that threatens local livelihoods and biodiversity.Uncertainties about actual levels of deforestation were acknowledged by the Norwegian and Guyanese governments soon after the deal was negotiated. At that time, both agreed to set a new reference level as close as possible to Guyanaâs historical deforestation rate when further data was available.The Pöyry report confirms that the interim deforestation rate was unrealistically high, and the governments of Guyana and Norway must therefore set a new reference level when they meet in March. The new reference level must be based on accurate historical data and ensure compensation is only paid to the Government of Guyana if it takes positive steps to tackle the existing human pressures on Guyanaâs forests, including logging and mining.âItâs in nobodyâs interests to see Guyanaâs forests disappear or Norwegian taxpayersâ money go to waste. Whilst we applaud the Norwegian Government for its leading role in efforts to preserve the worldâs rainforests, it must recognise that if their agreement does not demand a deviation from business as usual, then this deal will undermine global efforts to protect forests and mitigate climate change, â said Furones.âBoth governments must take the findings of this report seriously and renegotiate the agreement based on the reality on the ground. Only a dramatic reduction in the baseline rate will secure this and show that the Guyana-Norway agreement is succeeding in incentivising the protection of Guyanaâs forests.âOn November 24, 2009, Global Witness hosted an event in London where Guyanaâs President Bharrat Jagdeo discussed the agreement. Representatives of the Norwegian government also intervened in the questions and answers session. When asked about Guyana having a right to increase deforestation under the agreement, President Jagdeo said âbasically, yes [â¦] for anything below 0.45 we get compensated, for the difference between the actual and 0.45.â
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