Who Is Who, And To Whom They Sold Their Souls
Compiled By: Louis Turner
"The ancient Greeks built a wooden horse and the poor old Trojans couldn't overcome their curiosity. I'm gonna build a Golden Hammer, and see how many Socialists I can force into the slammer" - Louis Turner
George Bush - Skull & Bones, CFR, Trilateral Commission, Committee of 300, Illuminati , Skull & Bones
Bill Clinton - Bilderberger, Trilateral Commission, CFR
Saddam Hussein - 330 Freemason
King Hussein - 330 Freemason
Tony Blair - 330 Freemason
A panoramic shot of the beautifully illuminated vehicles at the LBI (La Bonne Intention ) ground (picture by Cullen Bess-Nelson)
Our country (Guyana, located on main land South America - bordering the Caribbean, Venezuela, Dutch Guiana and Brazil) has prevailed, our people have prevailed’ President tells mammoth crowd at Diwali event.
Dominicans have become aware that their own Elizabeth Isreal, also known as Ma Pampo, is believed to be the world's oldest living human being. Ma Pampo, the daughter of a freed slave, was born on January 27th, 1875, in the days of candles and gaslights, just 37 years after the emancipation of slavery in the British Caribbean. At the age of 12, Elizabeth’s school days came to an end at the Portsmouth school-she started to work on the Picard Estate for less than a penny a day for about 90 years. Elizabeth retired about 22 years ago when she was just over 100 years old.
Paving the way: Lewis H. Latimer
Lewis Latimer, son of ex-slave, invented the Carbon-filament light bulb and will alLeways be remembered for the widespread use of the electric light bulb around the world. He also drew up the diagrams for the first telephone.
Flying south isn't the only way to escape from the city's icy winter grip. For those who can't get away, a taste of the tropics can be found in several Edmonton restaurants specializing in authentic Caribbean cuisine.
"If you can't go to the Caribbean, the Caribbean can come to you," says Raffina Beby, a Trinidad-born chef at Caribbean Menu, a small cafe in Mill Woods serving up everything from jerk chicken, oxtail with rice and peas, snapper and coconut rolls to curry shrimp, roti, chow mein, soursop ice cream and Carib - the beer of the Caribbean.
Japanese description meaning Harbour Wave (Soo-Nah-Mee) Tsu means harbour and Nami means waves.
Why is a Japanese term used? The definition was accepted Internationally in 1963 by the scientific community because the word Tsunami covers all forms of Oceanic Waves generated by destructive forces of nature. Tidal Waves are influenced by the Moon and other waves are wind blown. Tsunamis are unlike Tidal Waves and caused by the forces of gravity.