Opinion piece by Dr. Kumar Mahabir. These are my comments in the wake of the defeat of the Opposition United National Congress (UNC), led by Ms. Kamla Persad-Bissessar, in the August 10th general election in Trinidad and Tobago. The UNC lost to the People’s National Movement (PNM) led by Prime Continue Reading
With only a couple days left before the nation’s general election, both the UNC and PNM have embraced the promoters of violence and waywardness in order to promote their own parties
the first thing one knows about society is that it consists of a plurality of persons. It is therefore fundamental to first discuss man since a “good” society would differ depending on what is good for the individual men that make it up.
one needs only to think of the ever-increasing crime rate, percent broken homes, income inequality, government corruption, lack of national autonomy, racism between political parties, gang and police violence, and the media’s promotion of the poisonous LGBT ideology.
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“Homosexuality may be satisfying, both physically and emotionally, however, this does not mean it is good or that it should be legally protected by our government.”
“Despite the horrendous history of Columbus, his statue represents a tangible historical link to Europe, Africa, and Asia since 1498.”
In T&T today a minority is in control of the majority of the nation’s productive wealth and property. The average Trinidadian finds himself a wage slave who is being paid just enough to need the job he has and yet not enough to be able to develop and thus abandon it.
Two things done by T&T make US action seem inevitable.
“The prime minister’s plans to have regular military patrols go on in the next few months. The patrols will be guided by health officers, and legislative power used to force compliance. “