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Daly Bread: Evading reality and the unsafe pathway to our doorsteps

Many of us know that the government is prevaricating and attempting to evade responsibility for what the population generally knows to be realities in plain sight, for example porous borders persistently penetrated by persons fleeing from Venezuela. The condonation of ‘society’ events, which were held—contrary to ministerial and other exhortations—to …

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US Ambassador: Our security, health and cultural relations are fine, ‘ease of business’ and Venezuela are problems

“[…] The state of our bilateral investment relationship can be improved. The United States Government cannot mandate its companies to invest here, unlike others that can direct their state-owned enterprises to invest regardless of whether they make a profit or not.   “Instead, US investors are attracted to countries where …

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Caricom’s shame! How Jamaica, Haiti and Bahamas orchestrated ‘unfounded’ attack on T&T over Venezuela migrant crisis

“[…] It’s difficult for me to understand, much less find justification, for why Jamaica, the sitting chair of the OAS Permanent Council at the time, failed to rule on whether to allow Guaidó’s agent to level unfounded charges directly accusing the T&T government of culpability in the Venezuelan tragedy.  “[…] …

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‘Maduro and his backers—not sanctions—are to blame’; US reject culpability for Venezuela crisis

“[…] It is Maduro and his backers—not sanctions—who are to blame for the Venezuelan people suffering dire economic, political, and human rights conditions, and have caused millions to flee their homes since he assumed power.  “The Venezuela sanctions program is designed to limit the Maduro regime’s sources of revenue and …

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Dear Editor: Young not ashamed of treatment of Venezuela children? He has skin like ‘crapaud leather’?

“[…] The children were treated in a cruel, inhumane and unusual way. It is utterly ridiculous for Stuart Young to pull some verbal sleight of hand, arguing that they were ‘escorted’ and not ‘deported’…” The following Letter to the Editor on the deportation of 16 Venezuelan children was submitted to …

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