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          Comment on $1.3 Million Grant for Referendum Campaign by Paco Smith      Cache   Translate Page      
The GOB by way of its bi-partisan approach concerning their suppossed Referendum "Edcation Campaign" received yet another hefty sum to add to the kitty. With the governments of both the UK and the US contributing handsomely, with the auroa of being impartial insofar as the referendum is concerned, why haven't they mandated the campaign present both sides of the issue? Add to the mix, the UNDP that professes to also be neutral in their lending of technical assistance/support and it leaves considerably more questions than answers. The current campaign is not inclusive and purposefully does not afford those who support FULL DISCLOSURE regarding the risks associated with going to the ICJ, an opportunity to take part in the initiative. The BPP has been at the forefront of this issue and holding true to form, the GOB refuses to acknowledge the necessity to provide more than their skewed, flawed and singular narrative which erroneously claims that Belize has no other option than to go to the ICJ. Therefore, it begs the question, "Are those who are footing the bill for the campaign as 'neutral' as they puport to be?" Let us simply say, that enquiring minds demand to know. As a result, he BPP put forth its position on this extremely important issue by way of the attached press release. 8867 Today 8867 Tomorrow 8867 Forever Belize, Sovereign and Free - NO ICJ!
          Comment on A Parallel Audit: One for Shyne and One for NICH by Timber      Cache   Translate Page      
Then, on top of that, your father and Finnegan used Belize's money to hire an attorney. I think his name is Ogletree. He couldn't do anything for you so you all petitioned the governor of New York and then president Brack Obama and when you couldn't get your way, you appeared on a political campaign ad against him. I know your dirt Shyne.
          Comment on A Parallel Audit: One for Shyne and One for NICH by Timber      Cache   Translate Page      
THANK YOU! (WITH ALL THE CAPITAL LETTERS). SHYNE, YOU'RE FULL OF S..T. Whether this young lady is competent and qualified or not, who are you to question her integrity and qualifications, when you have absolutely neither of the two? I keep reminding these dumb ass cruffy that if it wasn't for your deportation, you didn't want anything to do with Belize nor your father. You cursed him and Belize in your songs, especially with Barrington Levy. I feel sorry for Belizeans because there's so much ignorance and illiteracy permeating that country now that they believe anything. You're a "chip off the old block", just like your father, a lot of words and talking to bullshit people. You'd want one like me who'd call you out on it though. Oh how they've forgotten you've had your share of financial improprieties and questionable practices. If they didn't use Lord Rhaburn, Mr. Peters, Andy Palacio or any of the members of the Original Sounds Incorporated music band, why the hell you? You don't know nor have you ever promoted Belizean culture. Then, you have the audacity to post on YouTube that you opened a school in Belize. Where Shyne? Two damn Apple Computers in that downstairs at Michael Finnegan's office on Amara Avenue? You sell that bullshit to those in the US who are out of touch with Belize. What do you and your aunt, Sister B have to offer Belize? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. NO EDUCATION, YOU CAN'T SPEAK ELOQUENTLY NOR CAN YOU TRAVEL. So, basically all that you all are practicing is an autocracy to continue the hustle. I read a couple weeks ago when this incident started where you stated that you're a Grammy Award Winner. WHAT GRAMMY DID YOU WIN SHYNE? CRUFFY TAKE ANY BULLSHIT AND BELIEVE. THE FIRST RAP GRAMMY EVER WAS IN 1989 GIVEN To ANY RAPPER AND THAT WAS DJ JAZZY JEFF AND THE FRESH PRINCE (FOR THOS OF YOU WHO DON'T KNOW FRESH PRINCE IS WILL SMITH). Some of you all weren't even born as yet. I do believe there was not another rap grammy until 1990. For sure in 1996, Naughty By Nature won, then it was the Fugees with Lauryn Hill; after that I think Eminiem won twice within a three year span. Your first album did real well, but by the time it broke, you were already in legal trouble and incarcerated. Not even the great Jay-Z won, whose 1996 album, Reasonable Doubt, is till a hip-hop classic to this day. Stop feeding the gullible Belizean public with bullshit. I digress.
          Comment on State of Emergency Affects the Elderly and the Innocent by Timber      Cache   Translate Page      
So, why don't you go after the Meighan brothers and relatives Chester who are known criminals and get off murder case after murder case? The entire Belize knows why, it seems that only the inept and corrupt John Saldivar, the Prime Minister, The DPP as well as you act like you all don't know. One day their luck will run out though. They haven't touched the right person as yet and you too might get caught up in the crossfire.
          chasejarvis TECH: How to Pack, Prep & Travel with GoPro Cameras (      Cache   Translate Page      

I’ve been shooting religiously with GoPro cameras since they came out way back in the day. Love those little monsters. At a minimum, I travel with three or more Hero3’s for any shoot – I’ve just found they just come in super-duper handy for all sortsa great stuff. BUT…. taking into account mounts, memory cards, chargers, spare batteries and all miscellany associated with the GoPro and you’ve got yourself quite a load of gear to keep track of. That’s why I’ve come up with a pretty tight little system for packing & traveling with my GoPros. The above video really gives the full insight, but all cooked down into a tasty little reduction, it smells something like this: 1. Find ONE bag/pack that can carry everything (for Belize I brought a Dakine Mission) 2. Separate gear & accessories into smaller pouches (ThinkTank little pouches described in the vid work nicely here) 3. Clearly label said bags (make the labels moron proof – and really visible in low-light / bleary eyes / tired person can read them without question) 4. Take EVERYTHING in this bag with you every time, regardless of shoot location – you never know when the need/opportunity for […]

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          Annual Mass honors 'rich cultural diversity' of Los Angeles archdiocese      Cache   Translate Page      

Los Angeles, Calif., Sep 12, 2018 / 09:01 am (CNA/EWTN News).- With nearly five million Catholics, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles is not only the largest diocese in the United States, it is also one of the most diverse, with people from about 70 different countries and every continent, and Masses said in 42 languages.

To celebrate this diversity, the archdiocese for the past 14 years has held a Mass to honor the nearly 40 ethnicities that are represented among its people.

This year, the Mass will be held Sept. 15, the feast of Our Lady of Sorrows, at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in downtown Los Angeles.

The theme for this year’s Mass is “Do Not Be Afraid of Holiness.” Catholics of all ethnicities are invited to join the Mass in traditional ethnic wear.

“In Pope Francis’ Exhortation ‘Gaudete et Exsultate’ (Rejoice and be Glad), he calls us to respond to holiness in own practical ways in today’s world. This is what inspired this year’s theme,” Maria Aguilar, member of the Ethnic Community Council of the archdiocese’s Office of Ethnic Ministry and organizer of the Mass, said in a statement.

“The Catholic Church recognizes cultural diversity as an important constitutive part of our society,” the Office of Ethnic Ministry states on its website.

“Faithful from throughout the Archdiocese gather each year to celebrate the rich cultural diversity of Los Angeles and to recognize the unique gifts each of our communities bring to our Local Church.”

This year’s Mass will feature the Native American Prayer of Four Directions, a procession of 22 ethnic communities carrying a saint or a religious image, and a traditional Samoan story told by Deacon Maselino Alefosio, a representative of the Samoan community.

Archbishop Jose Gomez of Los Angeles, who himself was born in Mexico, said he looks forward to the cultural Mass every year because “it is like a family reunion - with all our brothers and sisters from every nationality and ethnicity coming together as God's family to worship and give thanks to our heavenly Father.”

“If you want to experience the power of the love of God, join us for this joyful celebration,” he said in a statement.

According to the archdiocese, some of the groups that will be represented at the Mass are Filipinos, Vietnamese, Lithuanian, Japanese, Indonesian, Chinese, Nicaraguan, Italian, Belizean, Persian, French, Igbo-Nigerian, Korean, Croatian, African-American, Portuguese, Polish, Salvadoran, Costa Rican, and Mexican.

Aguilar said Catholics of different ethnicities can draw inspiration from the Church’s diverse communion of saints and martyrs, as well as from “the Blessed Mother (who) through her many Sorrows is the foremost force of our courage to not fear holiness.”


          5 Pulau Wisata Termahal di Dunia, Berapa Tarifnya?      Cache   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, New York - Ada banyak keajaiban di tepi pantai. Tengok luasnya hamparan biru untuk sejenak mengalihkan pikiran dari masalah dan stres.

Di luar sana, terdapat negara yang paham betul potensi yang dimiliki laut. Pulau wisata dengan pelayanan kelas teratas pun disediakan. Ada pulau yang menyediakan pemandu selam pribadi, dan ada yang menyewakan pulau untuk pengunjung yang berminat.

Di mana lokasi dan bagaimana pelayanan di sejumlah pulau wisata itu? Dilansir dari Reader's Digest, berikut lima pulau wisata termahal di dunia.

1. Musha Cay - Kepulauan Bahama

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Bila kamu tidak suka keramaian, maka di pulau ini kamu bisa memilih sendiri siapa saja yang bisa datang ke pulau wisata ini. Pasalnya, mereka yang berminat berlibur harus menyewa seluruh pulau mewah ini. Lalu, baru bisa memboyong 24 tamu pada 5 guesthouse yang tersedia.

Pertunjukkan kembang api khusus untuk kamu, sampai acara berburu harta karun juga dapat kamu nikmati sebagai hiburan tambahan. Biaya sewanya adalah USD 39 ribu per hari atau Rp 512 juta (USD 1 = Rp 14.904) sudah termasuk santapan.

2. Cayo Espanto - Belize

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Tak jauh dari pulau utama, kamu bisa menjumpai pulau wisata mungil yang menyediakan koki pribadi, guru menyelam pribadi, pelayan, serta seluruh staf yang akan menyambut kedatangamu. Hanya ada tujuh vila yang tersedia di sana, tepat di tepi air laut sewarna zamrud.

Bila ingin berlibur ke sana, kamu perlu merogoh kocek mulai dari USD 1.595 (Rp 23 7 juta) per malam untuk tiap bila. Jika ingin lebih personal lagi, seluruh pulau bisa disewa dengan harga USD 13.500 (Rp 201 juta) untuk mendapatkan layanan all-inclusive.

3. Pulau Guana - Kepulauan Virginia Britania Raya

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Pulau ini sebetulnya cukup luas, yakni 343 hektar, tetapi pulau ini tidak memiliki akses publik. Pengunjung yang berminat akan dijemput oleh kapal resort ini dari pulau terdekat (Pulau Beef). Di pulau ini terdapat tujuh pantai pasir putih dapat menampung rata-rata 30 tamu.

Pengunjung tak hanya dihibur pelayanan mewah, tetapi juga bermacam spesies burung, dan pelajaran yoga dan tenis. Harga untuk bermalam di pondok Pulau Guyana dimulai dari USD 695 (Rp 10,3 juta) per malam dengan layanan all-inclusive.

4. Pulau Kokoa - Maladewa

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Pulau ini asyik untuk liburan berdua bersama pasangan atau bersama keluarga. Tapaki jembatan kayu (boardwalk) untuk menggapai pondok bergaya rumah gubuk.

Namun jangan salah paham dulu, ukuran pondoknya cukup besar. Aktivitas seperti snorkeling, selam scuba, sampai mengenal budaya lokal di pulau bisa kamu nikmati di tempat ini. Biaya dimulai dari USD 900 ( Rp 13,4 juta) per malam.

5. Villa Corallina - Tahiti

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Beralih ke wilayah Polinesia, ada yang namanya Villa Corallina yang berada tak jauh dari Moorea di barat laut Tahiti. Di pulau kecil itu hanya terdapat vila, tidak ada jalanan, hanya pantai dan segala elemennya.

Makanan bisa diantar dari Moorea, atau pengunjung bisa naik kapal gratis untuk mengambil makanannya. Harga bermalam di Villa Corallina adalah USD 430 (Rp 6,4 juta) untuk dua orang.


          The Caribbean      Cache   Translate Page      
Where can I meet blackmen in the Caribbean. I will be in Barbados, Guyana and Belize? Any suggestions would be gratefully appreciated.
          Global A Go-Go: September 12, 2018, Segment 1      Cache   Translate Page      
Norteno and conjunto music from the Mexico-Texas border; more rockin' sounds out of Africa; the music of Ivan Duran, the superstar producer from tiny Belize; Nickodemus takes it to the house

           La OEA aprueba una nueva resolución para condenar la violencia y la represión en Nicaragua       Cache   Translate Page      
La resolución ha recibido 19 votos a favor (Antigua y Barbuda, Argentina, Bahamas. Brasil, Canadá, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Estados Unidos, Guyana, Jamaica, México, Panamá, Paraguay, Perú, República Dominicana, Santa Lucía, y Uruguay), 4 votos en contra (Bolivia, Nicaraguay, San Vicente y las Granadinas y Venezuela), y 9 abstenciones (Barbados, Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haití, Honduras, San Kitts y Nevis, Suriname, y Trinidad y Tobago).
          Human Rights Commission Continues to Monitor Legal Process of State of Emergency      Cache   Translate Page      
The Human Rights Commission of Belize late this evening issued a letter to the Commissioner of Police, seeking a report and status of prisoners held as a result of the [...]
          Where Does Kolbe C.E.O. Stand on State of Emergency?      Cache   Translate Page      
As you’ve heard, the legal fraternity, including the Bar Association and the Human Rights Commission of Belize, has weighed in on the state of emergency that has been declared in [...]
          Taiwanese Government Advises its Citizens to be Vigilant in Belize      Cache   Translate Page      
Still on the State of Public Emergency, the Taiwanese Government has issued an advisory to its citizen living in Belize to exercise caution.  The advisory was issued on Monday by [...]
          U.S. Embassy Commends Belize on Weekend’s Drug Bust      Cache   Translate Page      
The fourteen-million-dollar drug bust of a plane that came from Venezuela was achieved through cooperation from security agencies in the region.  Today, the U.S. Embassy in Belize is commending Belize’s [...]
          F.I.U. Involved in Kortobacco Heist Investigation      Cache   Translate Page      
More than eight hundred thousand Belize dollars was stolen from Kortobacco Belize Limited on Sunday in what could possibly be the biggest, well calculated and successfully executed heist in Belize’s [...]
          The Smugglers of the Benque Free Zone      Cache   Translate Page      
According to investigators, the burglars that stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from the Kortobacco Belize building in the Benque Free Zone gained access into the compound from an opening [...]
          Belizeans Living in North & South Carolina Brace for Hurricane Florence      Cache   Translate Page      
Belizeans living in North and South Carolina in the United States are bracing for the impact of Hurricane Florence. Belize’s Ambassador to the U.S., Daniel Gutierrez, issued an advisory to [...]
          Chamber of Commerce Slams the House of Representatives on UHS Loan      Cache   Translate Page      
The Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry has issued a release on the U.H.S. loan motion for ninety-five point six million dollars and increasing which was taken to the House [...]
          Belize City Council Responds to CWU’s Allegations      Cache   Translate Page      
On Tuesday, CWU President Evan ‘Mose’ Hyde came out swinging against the Belize City Council accusing the council of union busting. The claim comes after the council denied CWU’s request [...]
          A New Poetry Book is Released      Cache   Translate Page      
An anthology of poems written by Belizean American, Flora Emelda Anderson Chestnut was officially launched today at the Image Factory in Belize City. Quiet Moments; Rejuvenation of the Soul is [...]
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Mauritius: Bitter Feud Over UK's Last Remaining African Colony
A group of six Chagossians based in the Seychelles when visiting the archipelago after the British government allowed them to visit the islands for a week in May 2015.

The future of an Indian Ocean archipelago which is the last remaining African colony of the old British Empire came into sharp focus at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) last week.

Legalbrief reports that the Chagos Islands were home to a Bourbonnais Creole-speaking people for more than 150 years until the UK evicted them between 1967 and 1973 to allow the US to build a military base on Diego Garcia. As a result, the 2 000 residents were sent to Mauritius and the Seychelles.

A report on the Quartz Africa site notes that while Mauritius obtained its independence in 1968, the islands remained under British control and an immigration order preventing Chagossians from returning was issued in 1971. Australia, Israel and the US are backing the UK stance while Mauritius has the support of 17 countries (Argentina, Belize, Botswana, Brazil, Cyprus, Germany, Guatemala, India, Kenya, Marshall Islands, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Serbia, South Africa, Thailand, Vanuatu and Zambia).

The UK used its platform at The Hague to apologise for the 'shameful way' residents of the disputed territory were evicted. However, it insisted that Mauritius was wrong to bring the dispute over ownership of the islands by saying the matter was 'purely a bilateral issue'.A report on the Al Jazeera site notes that UK Solicitor-General Robert Buckland asked the judges to 'decline the request for an advisory opinion'.

Mauritius' lawyers said the Chagos Islands were 'integral' to its territory and it was handed to the UK 'under duress'. 'More than 50 years after independence... the process of decolonisation of Mauritius remains incomplete,' former Mauritian President Anerood Jugnauth told The Hague-based court.

The Guardian reports that Mauritius' Defence Minister Sir Anerood Jugnauth told the court that his country was coerced into giving up a large swathe of its territory before independence. That separation was in breach of UN resolution 1514, passed in 1960, which specifically banned the break-up of colonies before independence, the Mauritian Government argued before the UN-backed court, which specialises in territorial and border disputes between states.

'I am the only one still alive among those who participated in the Mauritius constitutional conference at Lancaster House (in London) in 1965, where talks on the ultimate status of Mauritius were held. Those talks resulted in the unlawful detachment of an integral part of our territory on the eve of our independence,' he said.

Jugnauth added that the 'secret meetings' were not made known to the other Mauritian representatives 'although we were later told of the immense pressure that was imposed on the small group'. The Telegraph reports that the hearing is seen as a critical test of Britain's diplomatic clout in the Brexit era, after it failed to rally enough to support to prevent the UN General Assembly adopting the resolution that led to this week's hearing.

Legalbrief reports that Ndivhuwo Mabaya, spokesperson for South Africa's Department of International Cooperation said it is the duty of every member state of the UN to leave no stone unturned to assist the General Assembly 'to remove the last vestiges of colonialism and for all peoples to achieve self-determination and freedom'.

In an interesting twist, the Chagos community in the Seychelles has expressed concerns over the Mauritian Government's demands. Pierre Prosper, chairperson of the Chagos Association in Seychelles, reportedly told the S eychelles News Agency that the government's interest is commercial and has nothing to do with the welfare of the Chagos community.

          Annual Mass honors 'rich cultural diversity' of Los Angeles archdiocese      Cache   Translate Page      

Los Angeles, Calif., Sep 12, 2018 / 09:01 am (CNA/EWTN News).- With nearly five million Catholics, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles is not only the largest diocese in the United States, it is also one of the most diverse, with people from about 70 different countries and every continent, and Masses said in 42 languages.

To celebrate this diversity, the archdiocese for the past 14 years has held a Mass to honor the nearly 40 ethnicities that are represented among its people.

This year, the Mass will be held Sept. 15, the feast of Our Lady of Sorrows, at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in downtown Los Angeles.

The theme for this year’s Mass is “Do Not Be Afraid of Holiness.” Catholics of all ethnicities are invited to join the Mass in traditional ethnic wear.

“In Pope Francis’ Exhortation ‘Gaudete et Exsultate’ (Rejoice and be Glad), he calls us to respond to holiness in own practical ways in today’s world. This is what inspired this year’s theme,” Maria Aguilar, member of the Ethnic Community Council of the archdiocese’s Office of Ethnic Ministry and organizer of the Mass, said in a statement.

“The Catholic Church recognizes cultural diversity as an important constitutive part of our society,” the Office of Ethnic Ministry states on its website.

“Faithful from throughout the Archdiocese gather each year to celebrate the rich cultural diversity of Los Angeles and to recognize the unique gifts each of our communities bring to our Local Church.”

This year’s Mass will feature the Native American Prayer of Four Directions, a procession of 22 ethnic communities carrying a saint or a religious image, and a traditional Samoan story told by Deacon Maselino Alefosio, a representative of the Samoan community.

Archbishop Jose Gomez of Los Angeles, who himself was born in Mexico, said he looks forward to the cultural Mass every year because “it is like a family reunion - with all our brothers and sisters from every nationality and ethnicity coming together as God's family to worship and give thanks to our heavenly Father.”

“If you want to experience the power of the love of God, join us for this joyful celebration,” he said in a statement.

According to the archdiocese, some of the groups that will be represented at the Mass are Filipinos, Vietnamese, Lithuanian, Japanese, Indonesian, Chinese, Nicaraguan, Italian, Belizean, Persian, French, Igbo-Nigerian, Korean, Croatian, African-American, Portuguese, Polish, Salvadoran, Costa Rican, and Mexican.

Aguilar said Catholics of different ethnicities can draw inspiration from the Church’s diverse communion of saints and martyrs, as well as from “the Blessed Mother (who) through her many Sorrows is the foremost force of our courage to not fear holiness.”


          Letecky Plavba Carnival Magic: Miami + Kajmany + Honduras + Belize + Mexiko (letecky z Viedne)      Cache   Translate Page      

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          DUBES MEKSIKO: Diplomasi Ekonomi Adalah Kunci      Cache   Translate Page      
Bisnis.com, JAKARTA ? Hubungan bilateral Indonesia dan Meksiko terjalin kian erat yang ditandai dengan berbagai kesepakatan dan kerja sama pada berbagai bidang. Untuk membahas strategi peningkatan kerja sama, Bisnis mewawancarai Yusra Khan, Duta Besar RI untuk Meksiko, merangkap Belize, El Salvador, dan Guatemala. Berikut petikannya:
          Why you need to add Belize to your travel bucket list      Cache   Translate Page      
One of Central America's most alluring destinations, Belize has it all—paradisaical islands, abundant wildlife, and a cultural heritage that stretches back to ancient Maya civilization.
          ON SALE: Forzieri - Enamel and Silver Plated Button Covers      Cache   Translate Page      

Forzieri»s silver-plated, round button covers add a distinguished touch for any occasion featuring a creamy marbelized enamel center. Gift box included, Made in Italy.
          US Embassy commends Belizean authorities for major drug bust      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted: Thursday, September 13, 2018. 6:50 a.m. CST. By BBN Staff: The United States Embassy in Belize today issued a statement commending Belize’s security forces for the […]
          Belize Ocean Club partners with St. Alphonsus RC School for school rehabilitation project      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted: Wednesday, September 12,2018. 4:11 p.m. CST. By BBN Staff: Earlier this summer, employees of Belize Ocean Club (BOC) met several teachers from St. Alphonsus RC […]
          Chamber slams both parties for “political drama” over UHS loan      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted: Wednesday, September 12,2018. 4:11 p.m. CST. By BBN Staff: The Belize Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) today issued a statement condemning the “ugly political […]
          Police confirm reports of plane hovering over Blue Creek      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted: Wednesday, September 12,2018. 3:11 p.m. CST. By BBN Staff: Yesterday, the Ministry of National Security held a press conference to inform Belizeans on the bust […]
          Veterinary college partners open new clinic at Belize Zoo      Cache   Translate Page      
Members of the College of Veterinary Medicine celebrated the opening of a new clinic at the Belize Zoo this summer.
          Day off on the Fourth of July in Belize      Cache   Translate Page      
After three hard days of caving, I decided to take the Fourth of July off to rest, relax, sit by the pool, and catch up with the news in space and elsewhere. The cave surveying has been going well, but we have been trying to finish the survey of the cave’s largest room, and have found it daunting. Basically we
          Off to Belize      Cache   Translate Page      
Today, Wednesday, I head to the airport to return to the western regions of Belize for a week of cave exploration and mapping. Last time I was there in May we began a cave survey. I am now the cartographer for this project, and this time I hope we can finish it. I intend to post while in Belize, though
          Comment on 3 Persons Charged for Drug Plane Bust by Stephen      Cache   Translate Page      
All you attorneys cave a heart and let those guys stay in prison, Is it have to be that someone close to you die by the hands of one of those gang members before you all realize that it need to be done. Soon we will have a fallen tourism industry because of those gangs. We have plenty to offer in belize and we can manage our own affairs if our tourism industry increase more revenue as more visitors will visit. Look at Bahamas six million plus per year and do not have five percent of what we have to offer. All those human rights people need to focus on the victims and not the gang members as they are nothing but trouble. Let the police do their jop and stop this crime especially murder.
          Comment on Gang Members Trooped to Hattieville Ramada Under Emergency Powers Detention Order by Belize      Cache   Translate Page      
How ironic they picked one of the biggest troublemakers in Belize to pretend that either he nor his sons give trouble. Good try sabi
          Comment on Supt. David Chi & PC Norman Anthony Suspended for Huge Cocaine Bust by Fungus      Cache   Translate Page      
Time cover up their tracts , catch one and let the other goes. Corruption to the very top , good thing the world is watching now, and belize is blacklisted and no more tourist season.
          Comment on A Major Drug Bust in the North; 26 Bales of Cocaine, a Daring Shootout and 2 Policemen Implicated by Proud Belizean      Cache   Translate Page      
Why don't we take these idiots and give them twenty four hours to leave our country and never come back or we else we will put them in jail for life.
          Comment on Anthony McDonald is Gunned Down in Belize City by Proud Belizean      Cache   Translate Page      
I for one is glad that this tyrant was killed,as far as he is from Crooked tree we don't produce scum like this from our village.


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