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We like it so! Farrell points to corruption and bias in T&T Media but also successes

“The Media, at least the traditional mainstream part of it, is not a clear glass window, giving an unobstructed view into the society; it is rather, a lens. It can serve to focus and direct public attention to specific areas of national life and equally, to obscure or obfuscate other …

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SOFT TOUCH: First Citizens’ $60,000,000 question; and “intolerably coward” response

“WHERE $60,000,000 of public funds was misappropriated and the movement of those monies was facilitated even unknowingly by a particular politically connected financial banking institution, there are questions to be publicly raised and satisfactorily answered… “Shockingly but not surprisingly, what is being presented to citizens at this time is an …

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Our march towards nationhood! Remembering the T&T revolution of 1970

Today, 21 April, 2017, marks the 47th anniversary of the Trinidad and Tobago Revolution of 1970, led by the National Joint Action Committee for a New and Just Society in Trinidad and Tobago. Under the astute leadership of the late Chief Servant Makandal Daaga, the people’s movement emphasised the absolute …

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