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The Special Olympics Belize torch arrived on the island as part of the annual Law Enforcement Torch Run, which brings awareness to children with disabilities participating in the Belize Special Olympics.
          Comment on Government Will Be Diligent in Screening Foreign Investors by Larry denig      Cache   Translate Page      
A nation of pirates and thrives. Wait till I tell the true story of the Belize New Town Programme and how tens of thousands of Chinese took over your country. Stay tuned.
          Comment on E. P. Yorke High is 1st & 2nd in 2018 CSEC Exams by timber      Cache   Translate Page      
And you still haven't answered the question Brenda. How did Belize do compared to the rest of the region? I bet you didn't have or won't give that statistics. Congratulations to the two students and I'm not here to take their SHINE from them. However, we have a very long way to go. When I was at school and we took GCE's we knew exactly how we did and how we placed amongst the entire region. I was able to take my GCE'S and SAT scores and got accepted to some of the better schools in the US. The thing with you Brenda, and the likes of Rose Bradley, Caritas and some others, you all have become a bunch of political kiss assess who forgot proper teaching methods and who brought you all along and now just there for paycheques; that's all that matters to you. The level of education in Belize is atrocious. I've helped some students at junior colleges, UB, even over the phone or sending work back via emails and the levels of Mathematics and English being taught we took in high school. Instead of a lot of you all supporting a specific political party, whether UDP or PUP and just turn a blind eye, invest in your kids and make your profession proud of you. People don't respect teachers like when I was growing up. So many teachers I've come across can't impart information, they can't speak nor write proper grammar. Then, you all come with this US style and try to implement it in Belize and still haven't realized that it's not working. Another great teacher just passed away this year, Mrs. Angela Claire, and not one of you couldn't carry water for her and the sacrifices she made for Calvary Temple and Ebenezer schools. She, along with the likes of Mrs. Cassasola, Mrs. Hornsby, Mrs. Moody, Mrs. Trench, Mrs. Ellis, Ms. Saldivar, Homero Escalante, I saw Andrew Lopez, Mrs. Edwards, Mr. Badil Coleman just to name a few. Instead of having a bunch of Political Kiss Asses people need to start demanding they get the best educators. Some of those schools need to be shut down. I look at SJC and the condition the junior college is in and it's a disgrace. It has made no progress after me leaving twenty years ago. I have heard talks on different occasions about the inept leadership, lack of accountability, especially financially, and the vindictiveness of leadership against teachers when they stand for certain principles, as well as the lack of proper education to lead an institution like that. Well, without her knowing, I had the opportunity to be in the same setting as SJCJC leadership on two different occasions while visiting Belize and the rumours weren't incorrect. Neither of them knows how to speak and write proper grammar. I had long heard that certain teachers wrote proposals and speeches for them, and one, when she got the ire of the teachers because she couldn't use them anymore, had her husband write and send her stuff to her. I've always said, any idiot can sit behind a computer and now obtain a degree. What John Q Public doesn't know that SJCJC has settled several lawsuits hush-hush with teachers they've wronged. There's lot to be fixed in the educational system in Belize, especially at these schools where a lot of principals thought they had carte' blanche and can't account for monies.
          Comment on The U.S. Cuts Aid to Belize Due to Lack of Progress on Human Trafficking by Marie      Cache   Translate Page      
Very sad, for US aid but good at the time. Hope Trump revokes indefinitely visas for all corrupt officials.
          Comment on B.P.D. Receives 500 Bulletproof Vests by Marie      Cache   Translate Page      
Thank you Miami Dade Police Association. Sad that Belize could not buy any vest to protect its officers. All that money coming from drugs should be used to equip the protecive services. These vests also should be renewed every 3-5years. Make sure it is worn at all times even when going home.
          Comment on FTC Says Sanctuary Belize Development Was Not Viable by Colleen Bigler      Cache   Translate Page      
I just sent in this comment to an article in the LA times regarding our Belize development. "Your are going to have another story to tell , quite opposite of the fake news you were fed by the FTC who doesn't look for facts before they parrot back a story from 10 years ago from a small group of investors. The FTC news conference was based on a self admitted "opinion" not facts , given a story by a group of investors from 10 + years ago.. I own and am ready to submit plans for my home. The reserve is beautiful, many homes build and lived in. Resales of lots for people who want to sell are being transacted with new buyers. Many home are being built. . The marina , the restaurants, equestrian center, roads, electric going in on many more lots now ready to build. There is an international airport being built in Placentia. No present owner is anything but Happy with the progress made in the past few years since I have owned. The FTS actions and vengence against a previous owner, is now nothing short of slander regarding the existing development. Is Causing consumers harm., present owners. The reserve is the biggest employer in Belize and since money has been frozen 150 people had to be laid off at Christmas. Do you want to see there group picture when being told? Development Production is now slowed due to FTC , which was moving along very fast. Lots have gone up in value, by the way. You want proof. We have proof, the owners , people who live there and go back each year and see all the progress made. Present Time not a decade ago. the end I have never heard nor seen nor is Pukke on Title. I think the FTC and their attorneys have another agenda, not consumer protection, but get Pukke. Leave our development out of it.!! I am one of many that are organizing our fight against FTC and our Funds to operate they froze. Owners are covering things that need emergency funding (utilities for one) to keep operating.The receiver promised funds and the FTC is still holding. The Property Owner Association has no part in this. Colleen Bigler
          Woman arrested with over 7lbs. of pot      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted: Tuesday, December 4, 2018. 4:12 p.m. CST. By BBN Staff: Police have arrested Felicia Samuels,31, of Belize City for drug trafficking. Samuels was at the […]
          NEMO Minister meets with Belizean students in Cuba      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted: Tuesday, December 4, 2018. 2:12 p.m. CST. By BBN Staff: On November 29, 2018, while on an official visit to Cuba, Edmond Castro, the Minister […]
          16-year-old minor drowns in pond      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted: Tuesday, December 4, 2018. 9:22 a.m. CST. By BBN Staff: A 16-year-old minor drowned yesterday in a pond in Ladyville, Belize. Around 11:50 am yesterday, […]
           Skomentuj The grass is greener…, którego autorem jest futrzak       Cache   Translate Page      
@Malwina: Z zabieraniem na poklad samolotu jest roznie - zalezy od linii i od wielkosci psa. Jesli jest maly i razem z kontenerkiem zmiesci sie na twoje kolana, to mozesz go na kolanach trzymac. Jesli nie, to idzie do luku bagazowego... i tu niestety moga zdarzyc sie przykre wypadki :-/ Co do pracy na wyjezdzie. No niekoniecznie trzeba miec wywrotkę pieniędzy, czegom sama najlepszym przykladem. Ale fakt, oszczednosci mialam, bo nikt na piękne oczy nie daje niczego za darmo, i dopoki sie czlowiek nie umocuje, to trzeba z gory zaplacic za wynajem na kilka miesiecy, papu etc. No chyba, ze jest sie manadżemą Wielkiej Korpo. Wtedy wielka korpo posyla cie na "placówkę" i oprocz pensji masz allowance tj. miesięcznie doplacaja ci iles-tam dularków w myśl zasady, ze twoj poziom zycia nie moze byc nizszy niz w kraju macierzystym... oprocz tego często refundują przeprowadzkę z cala graciarnią z kraju macierzystego, np. z USA do Tajlandii czy Peru etc. A to w sumie kilka tysiecy dolarow spokojnie wychodzi (zalezy oczywiscie od odleglosci i ilosci gratow) - jak sama emigrujesz i sobie organizujesz, to nie ma sensu, po prostu pozbywasz sie calego dobytku, a potem na miejscu kupujesz niezbędne rzeczy i tyle. @Blablozaur: Nie czytuję takich artykułów, ale powiedzmy sobie tak: jesli jestes przypadkiem opisanym powyzej tj. manadżemą Wielkiej Korpo, to twoje zycie w kraju trzeciego świata faktycznie bedzie wyglądać klawo, bo z perspektywy srednich zarobkow ludzi w takiej Tajlandii, Laosie, Boliwi czy Kolumbii ty zarabiasz kupę szmalu, zyjesz w zamkniętym osiedlu ze wszystkimi luksusami i masz na wszystko wylane, bo o wszystko troszczy sie korpo. I nawet nie musisz znac miejscowego języka. Albo: masz pasywne zrodlo dochodu - ktore w kraju pierwszego swiata nie musi byc wcale duze (np. 2 tys USD miesiecznie), za to pozwala na wygodne zycie w enklawie ekspackiej np. w Belize. Problem rodzi sie w momencie, kiedy te wszystkie "hitowe" naganiania na "klawe" zycie w tropikach zaczynaja kupowac przeciętni Kowalscy, ktorym codziennosc w Polsce bokiem wylazi, a ktorych doswiadczenia podroznice ograniczaly sie do kilku wycieczek all-inclusive do Egiptu czy innej Tunezji.
          'Nederlandse banken en bedrijven betrokken bij Russisch witwasschandaal'      Cache   Translate Page      

Een Britse zakenman heeft aangifte gedaan tegen Nederlandse banken en bedrijven voor het witwassen van crimineel geld uit Rusland. Dat melden Zembla en NRC.

Zakenman Bill Browder zegt dat de banken en bedrijven betrokken zijn bij het witwassen van meer dan 8 miljoen euro dat afkomstig is uit de Magnitski-zaak.

De fraude gebeurde via het filiaal van de Danske Bank in Estland, de bank die vermoedelijk 200 miljard euro heeft witgewassen. Witwasbedrijven uit belastingparadijzen als Belize en de Britse Maagdeneilanden hadden daar rekeningen.

Groente, fruit en bloemen

Deze brievenbusbedrijven maakten geld over naar onder meer Nederlandse bedrijven. Het geld belandde onder andere bij exporteurs van groenten, fruit en bloemen, blijkt uit rekeningoverzichten die NRC en Zembla hebben ingezien.

De bedrijven leverden producten aan Russische afnemers. Daarvoor kregen ze op Nederlandse bankrekeningen geld van derde partijen, via het Estse filiaal van Danske Bank. De drie grootste Nederlandse banken ING, ABN Amro en Rabobank zouden zijn gebruikt voor de transacties. Er zijn geen aanwijzingen dat de Nederlandse bedrijven wisten van de fraude.

'Te weinig controle op geldstromen'

Zakenman Bill Browder verwijt de banken en bedrijven in Nederland dat ze hun geldstromen onvoldoende hebben gecontroleerd. De aangifte uit 2017 kwam niet eerder in de openbaarheid. Het Openbaar Ministerie zegt tegen NRC en Zembla dat de aangifte wordt bestudeerd.

Eerder dit jaar schikte ING voor 775 miljoen euro met het OM in een groot witwasschandaal.

          Not All Timeshare Presentations Are Horrendous! Here’s My Experience Touring a Beautiful Caribbean Resort (and Getting Free Stuff!)      Cache   Translate Page      
If you’ve never been to Belize, you should add it to your vacation destination list immediately.  I’ve visited a few different times and have enjoyed everything from world-class diving to zip lining through the jungle.  What I didn’t expect to experience was an incredibly fun timeshare presentation! That may sound a little odd.  And I’m …
          Richard Branson ist in eines der größten Löcher der Welt getaucht — und hat ein jahrtausendealtes Geheimnis gelüftet      Cache   Translate Page      

great blue hole belize

Das Great Blue Hole liegt etwa 70 Kilometer vor der Küste der Stadt Belize City und ist nach dem Dragon Hole in China die weltweit tiefste Unterwasser-Sinkhöhle. Das Loch befindet sich im Zentrum des zweitgrößten Korallenriffs der Welt — des Belize Barrier Reefs.

Durch eine Fernsehsendung im Jahr 1971 des Meeresforschers Jacques Cousteau wurde das Great Blue Hole bekannt und ist seitdem ein beliebter Anziehungspunkt für Sporttaucher. Doch bislang war nicht viel über das zum Unesco-Weltkulturerbe gehörende Phänomen bekannt. Das wollte Richard Branson zusammen mit einem Team aus Wissenschaftlern und Tauchern nun ändern. 

Submerging into the @aquaticasubs Stingray to dive the beautiful #Belize #BlueHole

Ein Beitrag geteilt von Richard Branson (@richardbranson) am Dez 2, 2018 um 1:53 PST on

Von oben betrachtet ist von den potenziellen Wundern am Grund nicht viel zu sehen: Ein runder, dunkel gefüllter Kreis, der von einem Ring aus türkisfarbenem Wasser und einem Korallenriff umgeben ist. Mit einem Durchmesser von 318 Metern und einer Tiefe von rund 124 Metern gehört das Great Blue Hole zu den größten unterseeischen Dolinen der Welt. Um sich die Dimensionen besser vorstellen zu können: Zwei Boeing 724 würden problemlos in das Loch hineinpassen.

Meeresforschung im Livestream

Nun erkundete der Enkelsohn Cousteaus, Fabien Cousteau, zusammen mit dem britischen Unternehmer und Meeresschutzaktivisten Richard Branson im Rahmen einer Expedition von Aquatica Submarines die Unterwasserhöhle mit einem U-Boot. Dabei konnten am vergangenen Sonntag Zuschauer aus aller Welt über einen Livestream zuschauen.

Zusammen mit einem Team aus Wissenschaftlern, Meeresforschern, Tauchern und Filmemachern der Aquatica Foundation tauchten Branson und Cousteau mit U-Booten mehrmals bis auf den Grund der Sinkhöhle. Damit waren sie die ersten Menschen überhaupt, die so tief in das Great Blue Hole eintauchen und hochauflösende Aufnahmen sowie eine detaillierte 3D-Kartierung der inneren Beschaffenheit des Lochs anfertigen konnten.

„Bewusstsein für Meeresschutz schaffen“

Das Team hoffte zudem, wissenschaftliche Daten, einschließlich der Wasserqualität und der vorhandenen Bakterien sammeln und auswerten zu können. Besonders interessant könnten Untersuchungen einer sauerstoffarmen Schicht über dem Meeresgrund sein, welche eventuell Hinweise auf Umwelteinflüsse liefern könnte, die einen Einfluss auf den Niedergang der Maya-Zivilisation zwischen 800 und 1000 nach Christus gehabt haben könnten.

Unternehmer und Philanthrop Branson hofft, dass seine Beteiligung an dem Projekt ein breiteres gesellschaftliches Bewusstsein für den Meeresschutz schaffen wird und verfolgt das Ziel, bis 2030 mindestens 30 Prozent des Ozeans zu schützen.

Ein erstes Geheimnis des Great Blue Hole wurde bereits gelüftet: Das Team sagt, es habe Beweise dafür gefunden, dass die Doline nicht schon immer ein Unterwasser-Loch war. Branson und die Wissenschaftler gehen davon aus, dass die Sinkhöhle vermutlich Teil eines größeren Höhlensystems war, das bis zur jüngsten Eiszeit noch oberhalb des Meeresspiegels lag. Durch den Anstieg des Meeresspiegels wurde es überschwemmt und stürzte schließlich ein.

An der Südwand des Lochs befindet sich heute ein Zugang zu einem unter dem Meeresspiegel liegenden Höhlensystem, in dem das Team große Stalaktiten fotografieren konnte — ein eindeutiger Beweis, denn Stalaktiten wachsen nur in trockenen Höhlen. Branson und die Forscher sagen, dies sei ein Beleg dafür, dass der Meeresspiegel einst deutlich tiefer lag und aufgrund des Klimawandels in katastrophalem Ausmaß anstieg. 


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          Así exploran en vivo el Gran Agujero Azul de Belice, un gran enigma del mundo oceánico      Cache   Translate Page      

La expedición 'Blue Hole Belize 2018', que tiene como fin sondear el fondo del mar Caribe en la costa de Belice, donde se encuentra asombroso Gran Agujero Azul, el segundo mayor sumidero del mundo, será transmitida en vivo a partir de este domingo, según el comunicado de uno de los líderes de la misión, Richard Branson, según rt.

La gran cueva de la costa de Belice, considerada Patrimonio de la Humanidad de la UNESCO, es una pequeña isla corálica oceánica -o atolón- de unos 300 metros de ancho y 125 metros de profundidad que apasiona a los turistas y buceadores por su belleza y abundancia de seres marinos.

Las características exactas de esta misteriosa caverna, que siempre ha atraído la atención de los investigadores, siguen siendo un misterio, ya que aún no ha sido cartografiada ni trazada por completo. Precisamente, el objetivo de la expedición pasa por revelar qué se encuentra en el fondo de la famosa cueva submarina para "comprender mejor esta maravilla geológica".


          Man shot in groin by woman in Belize City      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted: Wednesday, December 5, 2018. 4:34 p.m. CST. By BBN Staff: Police are investigating a shooting incident that occurred this morning in Belize City. Around 9:23 […]
          Majestic Alley gang boss shot on Magazine Road, Belize City      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted: Wednesday, December 5, 2018. 2:00 p.m. CST. By BBN Staff: A shooting in Belize City has left one man injured. He has been identified as […]
          US $20 million project launched to benefit Belizean farmers      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted: Wednesday, December 5, 2018. 12:30 p.m. CST. By BBN Staff: The Government of Belize through the Ministry of Economic Development, Petroleum, Investment, Trade and Commerce (MED) […]
          Fuel prices decrease effective today      Cache   Translate Page      
Posted: Wednesday, December 5,2018. 8:50 a.m. CST. By BBN Staff: Effective today, fuel prices will decrease across the country. According to the Belize Bureau of Standards, consumers […]

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