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El Senado de Argentina rechazó en la madrugada de este jueves un proyecto para legalizar el aborto, con 38 votos en contra de la iniciativa, 31 a favor y dos abstenciones, informó la presidenta de la Cámara, Gabriela Michetti.

La propuesta había sido aprobada en primer debate por la Cámara de Diputados, pero necesitaba la ratificación del Senado para convertirse en ley.

En una histórica sesión, el rechazo se abrió paso ante la preocupación de manifestantes abortistas, que esperaban que esa tendencia se revierta.



Los 72 senadores decidieron si apoyaban o rechazaban la iniciativa aprobada ajustadamente por la Cámara de Diputados el 14 de junio pasado, que despenalizaba y legalizaba la interrupción voluntaria del embarazo hasta la semana 14 de gestación, y que en la tierra del papa Francisco llegó al Congreso por el empuje mayoritario de agrupaciones feministas.

El debate fue seguido con expectación por miles de manifestantes a favor vestidos con prendas verdes y otros muchos en contra que lo hacen de celeste. Los ojos de la comunidad internacional también se posaron sobre Argentina.

El senador opositor Pedro Guastavino, presidente de la Comisión de Justicia del Senado, calificó la discusión de histórica y la comparó con las que derivaron en la aprobación del divorcio en los años 80 y del matrimonio igualitario hace ocho años.

Guastavino dijo que estuvo en contra de la práctica abortiva y que finalmente comprendió que “la única forma de entenderla es desde la salud pública”. Así, cuestionó los abortos clandestinos “que ponen en riesgo la vida” y señaló que los costos en el sistema de salud disminuyen con prácticas seguras.

Los votos

La presión se redoblaba a medida que trascendía que la mayoría de los senadores rechazaría el proyecto, aprobado en junio por Diputados con 129 votos a favor, 125 en contra y una abstención.

"Cuando hay una Cámara que opina de una manera y otra que piensa de otra manera, en caso de que sea rechazado, demuestra que la representación del pueblo está dividida. Eso amerita, tal vez, un sistema de decisión de democracia directa que prevé la Constitución a través de la consulta vinculante. Es posible que propongamos esto", adelantó Daniel Lipovetzky, diputado del oficialista Cambiemos y que tuvo a su cargo el debate en la cámara baja.

A favor y en contra

Los defensores de la iniciativa sostuvieron que desde 1983 murieron más de 3.000 mujeres por abortos clandestinos. En Argentina se calcula que se practican hasta 520.000 abortos anuales, según el Ministerio de Salud.

Sin embargo, Mario Fiad, presidente de la Comisión de Salud, cuestionó que el proyecto sea “violatorio de la constitución” y de tratados internacionales suscritos por Argentina.

Asimismo criticó que abra las puertas al aborto sin límites ya que lo acepta después de las 14 semanas de gestación en caso de violación o si la vida o salud de la mujer estuvieran en riesgo.

Otros contrarios a la iniciativa habían señalado al respecto que ésta recoge el concepto de salud de la Organización Mundial de la Salud, que es “amplio”, por lo que una mujer podría alegar que está deprimida para llevar a cabo la práctica.

El papa Francisco ha comparado la práctica con "lo que hacían los nazis" para cuidar la pureza de la raza, "pero con guantes blancos".

El presidente Mauricio Macri, un confeso “pro vida”, llamó a respetar las distintas opiniones. El mandatario se había comprometido a no vetar la ley en caso de que hubiese sido aprobada.

Uruguay, Guyana, Cuba y la Ciudad de México son los únicos en Latinoamérica que han legalizado el aborto. En Puerto Rico y en las Antillas y Guayana francesas también se permite atendiendo a las legislaciones de Estados Unidos y Francia, respectivamente. (I)




          Guyana se declara en estado de alerta tras confirmarse casos de fiebre aftosa en la frontera con Venezuela      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
El Gobierno de Guyana anunció que el país está en estado de alerta tras confirmarse casos de fiebre aftosa y otras enfermedades vesiculares en el vecino país (Venezuela). El Gobierno del país suramericano informó de que la Autoridad de Desarrollo Ganadero de Guyana (GLDA, por sus siglas en inglés) envió un equipo a la región […]
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By NAN Sports Editor News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Aug. 10, 2018: Two of the Caribbean’s top cricketers are set to be presented with honorary doctoral degrees by the University of the West Indies (The UWI) this fall. Top Guyana-born, former West Indies captain and cricketer, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, will be presented the Doctorate of […]

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News Americas, GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Fri. Aug. 10, 2018: More than eight dozen leaders of Guyana’s Christian Evangelical and Pentecostal church are urging the government to keep the country’s anti-gay law intact. According to Demerara Waves news, the group took out a local newspaper advertisement registering their strong objection to any attempt by government to give […]

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          Euro de natation: Metella se surprend encore      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Au bout d'une "année horrible", Mehdy Metella, déjà en bronze sur 100 m et en or avec le 4x100 m mixte, s'est surpris une fois de plus en s'offrant la médaille d'argent du 100 m papillon aux Championnats d'Europe de natation, jeudi à Glasgow. Septième temps des séries comme des demi-finales, Metella a accéléré en finale, à la ligne 1: en 51 sec 24, le Guyanais de 26 ans a nagé le troisième meilleur chrono de sa carrière sur la distance. Seul l'Italien Piero Codia (50.64) l'a devancé.
          Guyana Goldstrike schließt Probenahme und Kartierung von 2 Gräben auf Marudi ab      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Guyana Goldstrike freut sich mitteilen zu können, dass das geologische Team die Probenahme und Kartierung der Gräben TTR-18-7 und TTR-18-8 im Gebiet Toucan Ridge auf seinem Goldprojekt Marudi im ...
          Carribean Body Wants Govt to Stop Nurses from Traveling Abroad for Better Pay      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Guyana (CMC) — Chair of the Regional Nursing Body (RNB), Nester Edwards, has called for urgent action to address the migration of nurses and midwives from the Caribbean region.

Addressing the RNB's 45th annual general meeting here, the Grenada chief nu...
          [Video] Teachers to strike after failed talks with govt      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
After a disastrous three-hour meeting today with government representatives, the executive of the Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU) has been directed by its members to inform the Department of Labour that teachers will be proceeding on strike action beginning in the pre-term period and continuing into at least the first week of the new school year.
          Argentina's Senate trashes bill to legalise abortion      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

[Argentina], August 9 (ANI): Argentina's Senate on Thursday rejected a proposed bill on legalising elective abortion in the country.

The bill would have allowed women to terminate their pregnancy in the first 14 weeks. According to current Argentine laws, abortions can be carried out only when the mother's health is at risk or in rape cases, CNN reported.

The Senate voted against the bill, 38 to 31, with two abstentions and one absentee. As the outcome of the vote was announced, demonstrators got engaged in clashes with the police outside the National Congress building in Buenos Aires.

In June, Argentine Chamber of Deputies or the lower house of Congress narrowly passed the bill 129 to 125 with one abstention.

The proposed abortion bill, which was a raging issue in Argentina in the past few months, saw protestors, both in favour and against abortion taking to the streets. While the anti-abortion demonstrators protested under blue coloured "save both lives" banners, pro-abortion protestors flashed banners and wore green bandanas, loosely wrapped and tied around their necks, as per the CNN report.

Most Latin American countries permit abortions for medical reasons. There is a blanket ban on abortion in many countries such as Chile, Suriname, El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic, Sputnik reported.

In Mexico, abortion is legal only in the nation's capital Mexico City. The voluntary termination of pregnancy is legal only in Cuba, Uruguay, Guyana and Puerto Rico. (ANI)


          Cooperative Republic Guyana Implementation of Guyana’s Readiness Preparation Proposal (R-PP) Terms of Reference –Consulting Firm to Design and Implement REDD+ Pilot Activities for Guyana      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Cooperative Republic Guyana Implementation of Guyana’s Readiness Preparation Proposal (R-PP) Terms of Reference –Consulting Firm to Design and Implement REDD+ Pilot Activities for Guyana   Background   Guyana’s forest covers approximately 85% of the country and is estimated at 18.475 million hectares (Guyana Monitoring Reporting and Verifications System (MRVS) Interim Measures Report, 27 January, 2015). [...]
           Chris Gayle shines but Guyana Amazon Warriors defeat St Kitts and Nevis Patriots      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Chris Gayle smashed a 65-ball 86 but it wasn't enough as Guyana Amazon Warriors defeated St Kitts and Nevis Patriots by six wickets in the Caribbean P...
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West Indies' Under-19 heroes of 2016 - Hetmyer and Keemo Paul - combine to deliver Guyana victory under new captain Shoaib Malik
          Argentina says no to legalized abortion as battle moves through region      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Very early Thursday morning, the Senate in Argentina voted down a bill that would legalize elective abortion. The vote was 38-31, which included two abstentions and one absentee vote. Current law will remain in place which allows abortion in the case of the mother’s health is at risk or rape. Women can be imprisoned for up to four years if the current law is broken.

The proposal would have legally allowed abortion up to fourteen weeks. After the more liberal lower house, the Argentine Chamber of Deputies narrowly passed the bill by a vote of 129-125. President Mauricio Macri said he would not veto the bill if it passed both chambers.

Pro-abortion supporters were buoyed by the vote to legalize abortion in Ireland, also a predominantly Catholic country, last May. Support for the bill was framed in much the same way it is framed through-out Europe and in America. Those in favor describe abortion as a human right and a health care issue. Both descriptions seem ironic to me, though, as the lives lost in an abortion are denied the ultimate right to life and if the concern is health care, legal abortion is allowed in a hospital in the case of the mother’s health or if the woman has been raped.

As expected, the anticipation of the vote in the Senate Thursday morning brought out protesters from both sides of the argument. A large screen outside the National Congress in Bueno Aires building brought the news to the crowd. A heavy police presence tamped down skirmishes as they emerged. Abortion movement leaders from outside the country weighed in. They vow to continue the fight.

Celia Szusterman, trustee of the UK board of Pro-Mujer and director of the Latin America program at the Institute for Statecraft, told CNN that is was “a step backward for women’s rights and women’s health.”
She says it’s a “sad day… not only because of the way the vote went but the way the campaign for and against went. It was so divisive.”
Activists say they’ll keep pushing the bill, in the hope that it passes one day soon.
“It will happen because that’s the world — to increase rights and this is one of the fundamental rights that is still not available to women in Latin America,” Szusterman said.
While pro-abortion supporters chanted “legal abortion at the hospital” outside the National Congress, the Catholic Church held a “Mass for Life” in Buenos Aires. Pope Francis didn’t weigh in during the battle in his native country but he did issue a statement earlier when the bill passed in the lower house. He issued a letter as the debate began earlier this year.
While Pope Francis hasn’t addressed the legislation directly, he did speak out strongly against abortion just days after the bill was approved by the lower house — comparing abortion to avoid birth defects to Nazi eugenics.
The pontiff also issued a letter in March, as the abortion debate began, urging Argentines to “make a contribution in defense of life and justice.”
The movement for legalized abortion is called the green wave and it is spreading across South America. Supporters wear a green bandana as a symbol of the movement and they are now being spotted in Brazil where the legislation is being considered. Last year Chile voted to ease the country’s strict ban.
Supporters of the bill rallied across the region Wednesday, in Chile, Uruguay, Mexico and Peru, as well as across the Atlantic, in Spain.
The vote in Argentina was important because of the scope of those affected. Argentina’s population is the fourth largest in South America and would have become the largest country to allow legalized abortion. With the green wave moved on to Brazil now, legalized abortion has the potential to be allowed in the continent’s most populated country. In the case of Brazil, the proposed legislation would allow abortion up to twelve weeks.
Despite not passing in the Senate, the bill is significant: Argentina is the fourth most populous country in the region and would have become the biggest country to permit abortions. Brazil, the region’s most populous country, is also in the midst of exploring permitting abortion—the Supreme Court held a hearing earlier this week to decide whether to decriminalize it up to 12 weeks.
This would amount to a potential of 126 million women granted the right to legally end a pregnancy in a hospital. Abortion supporters in Chile, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay, Spain all hoped the vote in Argentina would help their path to legalization.
Currently, only three of the 33 countries across Latin America and the Caribbean allow elective abortions: Cuba, Uruguay, and Guyana. Abortions are also permitted in Mexico City. Meanwhile, six countries—Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and Suriname—ban abortion entirely.

As an American woman, I’m struck by the short window being proposed by these bills. Fourteen weeks in Argentina and twelve weeks in Brazil seem quite restrictive compared to U.S. law. Also, these abortions in South America are intended to be performed in hospitals. Argentina is seen as a leader in the region.

Amnesty International’s Argentina director Mariela Belski explained that “Argentina is a country that has shaped the agenda for the region in terms of human rights,” referring to Argentina leading the way in legalizing same-sex marriage. And according to an Amnesty survey, 60% of Argentinians are in favor of abortion. The fight might not be over yet.

The legal battle moves on to Brazil now. Let’s hope for a similar outcome.

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          Pauline Melville: Napfogyatkozás Guyanában - Jelenlegi ára: 550 Ft      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Guyana Chronicle:–  The Guyana Livestock Development Authority (GLDA) is on high alert for foot and mouth and other vesicular diseases following confirmed cases in Venezuela. Head of GLDA’s Animal Health Unit, Dr. Colbert Bowen says following confirmation of the disease presence the by the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), the Guyana Livestock Development Authority (GLDA) […]

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          Metella se surprend encore      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Au bout d'une «année horrible», Mehdy Metella, déjà en bronze sur 100 m et en or avec le 4x100 m mixte, s'est surpris une fois de plus en s'offrant la médaille d'argent du 100 m papillon, hier à Glasgow. Septième temps des séries comme des demi-finales, Metella a accéléré en finale, à la ligne 1 : en 51''24, le Guyanais de 26 ans a nagé le troisième meilleur chrono de sa carrière sur la distance. Seul l'Italien Piero Codia (50''64) l'a...
          OEA crea "grupo de trabajo" para Nicaragua con participación de doce países      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

La Prensa

Washington, Estados Unidos Doce países de la Organización de Estados Americanos (OEA) integran a partir de hoy el "grupo de trabajo" para Nicaragua, que busca apoyar el diálogo nacional y contribuir a la búsqueda de soluciones para la crisis, la más sangrienta desde los años 80 del siglo pasado.

La embajadora de Costa Rica ante el organismo, Rita María Hernández, que ocupa la Presidencia del Consejo Permanente, informó de que los integrantes serán Argentina, Brasil, Canadá, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Estados Unidos, Guyana, México, Panamá y Perú.

Lea más: El Salvador: Saca confiesa desvío de más 300 millones de dólaresLa resolución fijaba el 10 de agosto como límite para la constitución del grupo y establecía que debía estar compuesto por por un mínimo de cinco miembros.

Durante la sesión, el ministro nicaragüense de Asuntos Exteriores, Denis Moncada, reiteró su oposición a la que sería una de las mayores competencia de ese "grupo de trabajo": designar una misión que visite el país, para lo que siempre es necesario el consentimiento del Ejecutivo correspondiente.

"Nicaragua rechaza y condena esta acción irrespetuosa de un grupo de países de este Consejo al intentar constituirse en una autoridad extranjera, inmiscuyéndose en los asuntos internos que competen exclusivamente a los nicaragüenses", subrayó Moncada.

Otra de sus misiones más importantes será respaldar el diálogo nacional en Nicaragua, que comenzó en mayo con la mediación de la Iglesia católica y que se encuentra estancado debido al rechazo del Gobierno a adelantar las elecciones fijadas para 2021, principal exigencia de la oposición.

Lea más: EEUU: Juez frena deportaciones de solicitantes de asilo ordenadas por TrumpEl cardenal nicaragüense, Leopoldo Brenes, afirmó hoy que la Iglesia está haciendo gestiones para que se reanude el diálogo.

En declaraciones Moncada, aseguró que el Gobierno sostiene que el diálogo es "una vía de solución" y explicó que se está debatiendo si los garantes del proceso deben seguir siendo los obispos, o si por el contrario debe ser el SICA, organismo que podría ser más favorable al presidente nicaragüense, Daniel Ortega.

"Esa es la cuestión, cómo recomponer el diálogo en Nicaragua, cómo se recompone la mediación dado que hubo algunos sectores de la Iglesia, algunos obispos que expresaron muy parcialmente su opinión común con la parte opositora y los grupos opositores", consideró Moncada.


          Teachers plan strike - -after gov’t rejects proposed wages and benefits pact      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
With government rejecting the majority of salary and non-salary measures in a multi-year agreement proposed by the Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU), the new school year could begin with a strike by teachers.
          Granger seeking ‘unbribable’ Top Cop - -says not looking overseas      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Stressing the need for the restoration of public trust and the reform of the Guyana Police Force, President David Granger yesterday said that his choice for substantive police commissioner would be someone who is “unbribable” and can steer the organisation in the right direction.
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In the face of concerns raised over the whereabouts of a large amount of Cuban and Haitians who arrived in Guyana, Minister of Citizenship Winston Felix yesterday said that data from police and other records show that they are not being trafficked.
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Skilled employees recently laid off from GuySuCo’s closed or downsized estates are being considered for employment by Canadian miner, Guyana Goldfields Inc/AGM Inc.
          Comment on විග්නේශ්වරන් අසත්‍ය දෙමළ ඉතිහාසයක් ගැන කියන්නේ පටු දේශපාලන වාසි ගන්නයි by Christie      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
If Wigneswaran's theory is correct we will have French colonies in UK. But instead we got Indian ghettos. All Indian Colonial Parasites in our country and in other countries like Guyana, Mauritius, Fiji, Malaya, Burma, Africa are Indian Colonial Parasites who had a free fare on the back of the British. Wignewaran is one of them.
          Brilliant Hetmyer leads warriors past patriots      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

HE Guyana Amazon Warriors began their Hero Caribbean Premier League Twent/20 tournament in impressive fashion, whipping the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots by six wickets last evening at the National Stadium, Providence.

An astonishing run-chase by the Warriors made a mockery of Patriots total of 146 in match two of the 2018 season. Shimron Hetmyer’s dashing unbeaten 45-ball 79 propelled the Amazon Warriors to their target with 24 balls to spare.

The left-handed Hetmyer was in no mood to hang around in pursuit of a total which, although below-par, seemed it might trouble the hosts on a tacky pitch. A superb display of ball-striking from Hetmyer ensured that was certainly not the case.

He clinically punished fractional errors in length from the Patriots, striking boundaries on both sides of the ground, to end with four sixes and nine fours.

When play began, Chris Gayle was lucky to survive a plumb leg before wicket call early and went on to anchor the innings with a 65-ball 86, but he hardly got any support from the other end; no other batsman went past 20. Keemo Paul (2 for 16 off his four overs) was brilliant and he was well supported by the other Warriors bowlers.

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CPL 2018, Guyana Amazon Warriors vs St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, Match ReportThe second match of the Carribean Premier League (CPL) 2018  between Guyana Amazon Warriors and St Kitts and Nevis Patriots turned out to be a one-sided affair. Guyana Amazon Warriors sailed through a six-wicket win
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Dutch FPSO suppliers SBM Offshore is awaiting the Liza 2 field sanction in Guyana so it can start building its largest ever FPSO by capacity.

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          Hetmyer’s blitz powers Amazon Warriors to emphatic 6-wicket win over Patriots      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
By Clifton Ross A brutal half-century from Shimron Hetmyer steered the Guyana Amazon Warriors to a thumping six-wicket win over the St Kitts & Nevis Patriots in Thursday evening’s Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) sold-out opening game played at the Providence National Stadium, Guyana. A packed Providence Stadium was treated to a fine victory by […]
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The Guyana Rugby Football Union (GRFU) selectors will be announcing the final squad to represent Guyana at the Americas Rugby Challenge in Colombia within the new week. This was disclosed by Head Coach Grant Stuarte at a training session on Wednesday afternoon. With just days to go before the team depart for the Challenge series, […]
          Trophy Stall on board for Sprint Classic Horse Race meet      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Trophy Stall at Bourda Market, which is one of the leading trophy and engraving entities in Guyana, continues to make good on its many promises. The entity with outlets now in Bourda Market, City Mall and South Road, through its Managing Director, Ramesh Sunich, has made a significant contribution to the Nand Persaud Karibee […]
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Guyana Amazon Warriors beat St Kitts and Nevis Patriots by 6 wickets in their opening fixture of the CPL 2018.
          La OEA creó el "grupo de trabajo" para Nicaragua con la participación de doce países      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Argentina, Brasil, Canadá, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Estados Unidos, Guyana, México, Panamá y Perú integran el equipo que busca apoyar el diálogo nacional y contribuir a la búsqueda de soluciones para la crisis, la más sangrienta desde la década de 1980
          Guyana isn’t part of Latin America      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Guyana is an English-speaking country and so my geography pedantry flared up at this:
Ninety-seven percent of Latin American women live in countries that ban abortion or allow it only in rare instances. Only Uruguay, Cuba, Guyana and Mexico City allow any woman to have an early-term abortion.
I know, who cares? I do. Not sure why but this stuff bugs me.


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Where can I meet blackmen in the Caribbean. I will be in Barbados, Guyana and Belize? Any suggestions would be gratefully appreciated.
          Jim Jones and writing villainy       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We all know the saying about how you can boil a frog without it noticing if you put it in the pot while the water is cold. We also all know the saying "Don't drink the Kool Aid."

Reading The Road to Jonestown by Jeff Guinn, the first idiom plays on a loop in my head. Guinn's handling of the complex and often baffling story of Jim Jones and The People's Temple has a lot to offer. First, he lays out the facts, seemingly without judgment. In 2018, we all know how the story ends, but Guinn allows us a frank and often surreal look at how a story like this happens at all. Before you ever encounter the Jim Jones who told people he was God, had a harem, and eventually killed 900 of his followers, you encounter the Jim Jones who took a rough, confusing childhood and turned it into a career of civil service. When you read about his passion for racial integration, the nursing homes The People's Temple ran, and all the activism and real work they did to make the cities they lived in better places, it's hard to imagine that their leader (as shady as he was when out of their eyesight) would be the same man who became infamous for leading a suicide cult. It's hard to believe that many of these people were part of the 900 dead in Guyana.



Worst, it centers the truth in the reader: these weren't gullible, weak willed people giving money to a huckster. These were intelligent, progressive, hard working people who believed in doing good.

As a consumer and frequent critic of true crime, the story is compelling because it seems that it is an irrevocable part of our culture and, at the same time, something mostly forgotten about.

As a writer of crime fiction, I can't help but look at the lessons this story, and the way Guinn approaches it, has to offer - specifically, in writing villainy. Of course Jim Jones is a realistic villain because he is real. I don't intend to dismiss the horror that the survivors of The People's Temple and the loved ones of those lost are still facing. Even as Jones built nursing homes and integrated white neighborhoods and all the objectively good stuff he did, he was meeting with another cult leader to learn lessons in leadership, performing false faith healings, and engaging in all sorts of shady practices. No one noticed any of the bad stuff because he hid it behind all the good - and he spun what he couldn't hide.

There isn't a cult leader in history that wasn't charismatic - so that's not really the important thing. What I find so important, from a writing stand point, is that even the most horrifically evil man you can imagine, could do good things, put up a good front, and get good people to do good work for decades. If Jim Jones were fictional, he'd be a well rounded villain. As a historical figure he's terrifying and baffling in equal measure.

Many biographies on Jones present him in his early days as nothing but a fraudulent evangelist, taking all his congregants' money for himself. Because Guinn isn't afraid to write on the objectively good things The People's Temple did and spent money on, the reader doesn't just get closer to the facts, the reader gets closer to the truth. There are a few truths Guinn communicates in this book, but the one I'm going to focus on is: Powerful bad men don't get power by being cruel and egotistical. They get it by making people like and admire them. They maintain their power in cruel and often evil ways, but only after convincing people to follow them.

 If Jones had started out with a harem of women and young men he liked to fuck, a drug habit, and calling himself Jesus Christ - he'd have gotten nowhere. Not even his own wife would have gone along with it. But Jones started out as a preacher with a mission to do good work here on Earth, to promote racial integration, to get kids off drugs and take care of the elderly. He got his power by doing shit people wanted done. He kept his power with lies, manipulation, cruelty, and violence - but he got it by amplifying the parts of his persona that people saw as "good." The bad shit came slowly, bit by bit, his followers frogs in pots full of cold water that was slowly warming up.

Almost anyone can write a cartoonish villain who is pure evil. But can you write a villain with charisma? Can you write a villain that your reader will find themselves thinking "Shit, if I were there, I might have worked for that guy..." Of course, in Guinn's book, we know how it ends. Jim Jones isn't, and shouldn't be, known for building nursing homes or influencing politicians to be more progressive. He's famous for cyanide punch and nearly a thousand dead, including hundreds of children. But to write a book where the reader knows all of this, and can still step back and wonder if they, too, would have wanted to hear more of what Jones had to say - that's miraculous. Guinn's skill is unlikely to be matched in this arena, and that's fine. But writers of fiction would be foolish not to read this work and take notes on how to write a villain that leaves the reader questioning themselves.
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Ecuador is facing a serious problem this month and for once it has nothing to do with Julian Assange. The nation has declared a state of emergency because of a flood of refugees who are overwhelming their border control facilities and straining available resources to the limits. And where are all of these desperate souls coming from? Venezuela, of course. As the collapse of the socialist nation under the grip of Nicolas Maduro continues to spiral out of control, starving people have been fleeing in large numbers and Ecuador needs additional security and medical assistance to deal with the flood of humanity escaping oppression. (Reuters)

Ecuador on Wednesday declared a state of emergency in three provinces due to an unusually high volume of Venezuelan migrants crossing over the northern border with Colombia after fleeing the OPEC nation’s economic crisis.

Venezuela’s hyperinflation and chronic product shortages have fueled an exodus of citizens who typically travel by land via Colombia, often continuing south toward Andean nations including Ecuador, Peru and Chile.

“The government of Ecuador has declared a state of emergency related to human migration in the provinces of Carchi, Pichincha and El Oro to provide urgent attention to the Venezuelan migrants on the northern border,” the foreign ministry said in a statement.

Ecuadorian officials are reporting an average of more than 4,200 Venezuelan refugees per day. That may not sound like much compared to the border issues faced by the United States, but Ecuador is a tiny country. Half the size of Texas with a population of less than 17 million, they simply don’t have the manpower or supplies to deal with this sort of volume.

At first glance, it may seem curious that so many refugees are showing up in Ecuador since they don’t even share a border with Venezuela, but the Venezuelan migrants don’t have that many options for flight. They have to go through Colombia to get to Ecuador, but they’re not particularly welcome there since Columbia is currently in something of a prolonged diplomatic spat with the leadership in Caracas. Fleeing to the south or southeast, into the northern reaches of Brazil or Guyana puts them in largely uninhabited and dangerous jungles. For refugees fleeing on foot, traveling south along the Pacific coast is almost the only viable option.

Ecuador is getting some help with medical staff and resources from the United Nations Refugee Agency which should provide them with some short-term relief. Also, Ecuador’s president, Lenín Moreno, has been trying to warm up relations with the United States so we may see some of our own relief agencies lending a hand. But either way, the socialist plague of Venezuela’s collapse is no longer confined to their own nation. It’s spreading like a disease and starting to seriously impact its neighbors. Where does this story end? Perhaps with the overthrow of Maduro if his people become desperate enough, but I wouldn’t expect to see that any time soon.

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Argentina, Brasil, Canadá, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Estados Unidos, Guyana, México, Panamá y Perú integran el equipo que busca apoyar el diálogo nacional y contribuir a la búsqueda de soluciones para la crisis, la más sangrienta desde la década de 1980
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Guyana Chronicle:-  DISSATISFIED with the outcome of a meeting with the Ministry of Education (MoE) on Thursday morning, the Guyana Teacher’s Union has threatened to call out teachers on a strike come this September after their union rejected a government proposal of some $700M for salary increases for 2018. President of the GTU, Mark Lyte, was […]

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          Hetmeyer leads Warriors to victory      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Shimron Hetmeyer’s stunning unbeaten 79 from 45 balls steered Guyana Amazon Warriors from 24/3 to an ultimately comfortable six-wicket victory over St Kitts & Nevis Patriots in their 2018 Hero Caribbean...


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Are you ready? This Saturday at Providence Stadium, our @guyanaamazonwarriors_ take on the @stluciastars. Will the Warriors make it two in a row? #Yello #CPLT20 #YelloCPL #cricket #WeKnow🇬🇾
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Guyana Amazon Warriors vs St Lucia Stars  Today Match Prediction 11th Aug Saturday 2018. Who Will Win Guyana Amazon Warriors vs St Lucia Stars today match? live score ball by ball. The Sixth edition of the CPL is starting from 8th of August. It is the domestic T20 League tournament of West Indies. Matches will be played [...]

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  El ministro de Ciudadanía e Inmigración de Guyana, Winston Felix, dijo este viernes que su Gobierno concentra esfuerzos para controlar la inmigración de venezolanos […]

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