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A friend once told me we live in a world where right is called wrong and wrong labelled right. No truer words especially when one looks at the present scenario involv…

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Almost 40 cities imposed curfews and 15 states activated the National Guard in the United States. The people are defying curfew and claim police brutality. There were…

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After Dr Keith Rowley and the People’s National Movement (PNM) came into office in 2015, they wasted no time in blaming the People’s Partnership government for the fi…

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Trinidad and Tobago is unique, with an ethnically heterogeneous society where citizens claim to share a common identity, while maintaining degrees of difference. This…

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AS a citizen of the world, I am deeply troubled by events currently unfolding in America, subsequent to the unlawful killing of George Floyd.

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After an excellent update and pointing the way forward on the gradual re-opening of the country on Saturday, the Prime Minister concluded with the rather unfortunate affirmation, “It is not voodoo; it is science.” I gasped. I couldn’t imagine that after the shameless display of Trini xenophobia against Haitian survivors of the destructive earthquake of 2010 that our leaders would remain in such a state of cultural backwardness.

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Indian Arrival Day is a time to overcome obstacles and was celebrated once again in Trinidad and Tobago yesterday. We are in the midst of a battle with an invisible enemy that has infected millions around the world.

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The world does not need more successful people, there are enough of those—they rule the world. What the world needs are peacemakers, carers, people who love each other, and peace. In our world might is right and “peaceniks” (to use an old-fashioned word) are passe.

In considering the Opposition’s widely denounced letter to the US ambassador, Prof Selwyn Cudjoe was not surprised by their action, casting it in a long tradition of “irrational Indian fear/hatred of blacks and a feeling of un-belonging” (Express, May 10 and 24).

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