ROSEAU, Dominica, May 29 – Dominica will send a letter to the British government next week seeking permission to recognize the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of […]Continue reading
PARIS—France has drawn up a blacklist of 17 countries including Switzerland that do not help investigate foreign aid fraud, banning the use of their banks […]Continue reading
The Dominica government says it has no intention of changing the present buggery laws even as the advocacy group, Minority Rights Dominica (MiriDom) said it […]Continue reading
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Is Dictatorship Engulfing My Country, Dominica?
At a first glance of the aforementioned statement, one can (but not dismiss) a sense of uncertainty and concern worthy of discussion. The question we need to confront ourselves with is; are we capable of discussing the pro’s and con’s, with an un-blinded/biased objectivity, whilst maintaining a degree of civility when we differ?
Do date, the detractors within cannot, and will not engage in a civilized discussion, because of the archaic and primitive modus operandi they continue to employ; “Hell no, we will not go”, and ‘somehow’ have managed to preserve this pervasive ideology with this continuation of speaking ill, and continued belittling of those who are being suggestive by discussion, otherwise. The more I reflect is the more I am disgusted by the silent ones within this forum; their continued perpetuation of this vile and undemocratic practise! Yes your collective silence perpetuates this vile and ignoramus operandi!
Kinda like endorsing a jackass to represent you without the concern of being discredited when the braying becomes idiotic. What did you expect?
Now that I have got my little idiotic rant out of the way, let’s focus on the caption above.
ROSEAU, Dominica – (May 2013) – Dominica (pronounced Dom-in-EEK-a, and not to be confused with the Dominican Republic), is set to host adventure racers from […]Continue reading
LOS ANGELES, California – Green Globe member the Rosalie Bay Resort, located on Dominica in the Caribbean, is one the world’s best ethical destinations. This […]Continue reading
ST GEORGE’S, Grenada — Grenadian lawyer and former senator Arley Gill is expected to leave the country shortly to work in Dominica. A report on […]Continue reading
Basseterre, May 13 (Prensa Latina) Minister of State of Foreign Affairs (Americas and Consular Affairs) Diane Ablonczy started a visit to 7 Caribbean countries. She […]Continue reading