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Race and Serious Crime in Trinidad and Tobago

The Reality and the Discourses of racist hate!

The Trinidad and Tobago 2011 Population and Housing Census, Demographic Report (1) states that in 2011 the population of Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) was 1,328,019 persons with East Indian being 35.4% of the population, African 34.2% of the population, Mixed 22.8% of the population and other ethnic groups being 1.4% of the population. 3,558 more words

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Lessons from the New African Film Festival

There is a clear and distinct privilege for people in metropolitan areas to be able to experience a wide variety of film offerings that you’d never get in a suburb or rural neighborhood. 1,903 more words

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New Zealand Garden Gnome Thefts Fueling Methamphetamine Trade

Yes, you read that headline correctly. It appears that meth-loving thieves in New Zealand have discovered the equity hidden in plain sight on lawns and in gardens throughout the North Island region of… 100 more words


The Tale of Pablo Escobar

So I was recently reading the Wikipedia page on Pablo Escobar, which I am going to quote pretty liberally, because it’s fascinating:

Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria …(December 1, 1949 – December 2, 1993) was a…

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Structures And Civilization

"Orchids and Ice" Thriller Novel

–Orchids and Ice–

Convinced by her family and friends she needs some time away, prominent LA neurosurgeon June Kato goes on vacation to Hawaii. After a red-eye flight to paradise, she has a week for meditation, long runs, and to catch up on sleep in a secluded inn deep in mountainous rain forests. 110 more words

The 4,240 kilo Bust north of Suriname in Context

The 4,240 kilo Drug Bust in the Atlantic north of Suriname in Context

Lady Michelle (NCA)

The interdiction of the fishing vessel “Lady Michelle” in international waters of the Atlantic north of Suriname with 4.2 tons of cocaine on board by a US Coast Guard cutter supported by a vessel from the T&T Coast Guard on February 16, 2017 is but another illustration of the reality on the ground that politicians don’t speak about. 2,773 more words

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Cocaine Importation Agency, Wendy’s Daleks, & Less TV In US

This week on the New World Next Week: Pablo Escobar’s son says his dad ran drugs for the CIA; Wendy’s lays off 1000 minimum wage workers for automatic kiosks; and Americans have fewer TVs on average than they did since the New World Next Week first started. 217 more words