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Dearest Online Family and Friends: Maximum respect and greetings to each and every one of you.  I hope everything is great in your life, with your families, as well as in your world!

My heart has been heavy~~~so very heavy due to the "State of Emergency" (SOE) that is currently taking place in my country of birth - Trinidad.  [Which from many accounts may be extended, and which is being debated in Parliament as I write.] 

Needless-to-say; I was utterly somber a few days ago as Trinidad and Tobago observed it’s 49th Anniversary of Independence from British Rule [Becoming a member of the Commonwealth Family of Nations back in 1962.]  On this special day~~~the 49th Anniversary, citizens of these beautiful sister islands (including myself;) should have been expressing the pride for our country.  And celebrating the many social and economical progresses; as well as the many strides the country, and we as a people have made and achieved to becoming a “FIRST WORLD” developed country [over these 49 years.]  Moreover, the citizens should have been celebrating the freedoms that they, and their forefathers so intensely struggled and fought for throughout the years from oppression; persecution; inequality; justice; liberty; and even prosperity.

But instead [SADLY] citizens were moving around “under a dark cloud” not feeling the need to commemorate this special occasion; nor feeling the joy of freedom!  Just hustling and bustling to get their chores done, and to complete their little get-togethers with their families and close friends so they could return to their individual homes before curfew began.  Indeed, there were absolutely no communal harmony whatsoever, and many were simply not in the mood for parades; nor were they in the frame of mind to show their pride for their country…[due to this State of Emergency.From conversations with my relatives many stated: “wha we have to celebrate…nahhhh man, we not celebrating ah thing.  Hum, look eh…there’s nothin to celebrate down here!”  Further, from many accounts the parade/s were poorly attended, and the day was like any other day to many.  Additionally, there were no fireworks used specifically in Trinidad at the conclusion of the day, as well as at whatever little public celebration/s (as it has been done for many years.)  Clearly, from these accounts there was ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO CELEBRATE!

Thanks to some of my associates for helping me realize I am not alone with the somberness I feel, and not alone for being a bit distressed.   Thanks to them for helping me place my outlook on things in prospective; and made sure I read and absorbed what Trinidad and Tobago’s First Prime Minister Dr. Eric Williams stated during his first speech to the nation [on the day Trinidad and Tobago received their Independence - August 31, 1962.]  I absolutely realized NOW why my heart has been so heavy, and why I have been stressing so much over this situation; simply because his words are what we have lived by, and still do ~~~ they are what we have been taught ~~~ and they are what has been embedded into my/our soul from birth. 

Parts of Dr. Eric Williams Speech delivered on the first day of Trinidad and Tobago's Independence - August 31, 1962.

"...The first responsibility that devolves upon you is the protection and promotion of your democracy. Democracy means more, much more, than the right to vote and one vote for every man and every woman of the prescribed age. Democracy means recognition of the rights of others. Democracy means equality of opportunity for all in education, in the public service, and in private employment--I repeat, and in private employment. Democracy means the production of the weak against the strong.

Democracy means the obligation of the minority to recognise the right of the majority. Democracy means responsibility of the Government to its citizens, the protection of the citizens from the exercise of arbitrary power and the violation of human freedoms and individual rights. Democracy means freedom of worship for all and the subordination of the right of any race to the overriding right of the human race. Democracy means freedom of expression and assemble of organization.

All that is Democracy. All that is our Democracy, to which I call upon all citizens to dedicate themselves on this our Independence Day. This is what I meant when I gave the Nation its slogan for all time: Discipline, Production, Tolerance. Indiscipline, whether individual or sectional, is a threat to democracy. Slacking on the job jeopardizes the national income, inflates costs, and merely sets a bad example. The medieval churchmen had a saying that to work is to pray. It is also to strengthen our democracy by improving our economic foundations.

That democracy is but a hollow mockery and a gigantic fraud which is based on a ruling group's domination [of] slaves or helots or fellaheen or second class citizens or showing intolerance to others because of considerations of race, colour, creed, national origin, previous conditions of servitude or other irrationality..."




YES, I agree with many of you…OH YES [as I stated in my last week’s commentary] I too saw that crime was becoming an issue in my country.  However, many of you know the root of the problems; and surly the POWERS THAT BE know it as well, and know more than you or I do!  They absolutely know the details, and the source of the criminals and their activities.  Without a doubt, they know the who/s, where/s, when/s, what/s, why/s, etc.; and most importantly they truly know the WHO are behind all the crimes, and cruddiness taking place in Trinidad and Tobago.  And one would think they would have easily and quickly go directly to the root of the problem, dig it out, and eradicate it (once and for all).  Without taking such drastic and harsh measures with this State of Emergency and Curfews (LOCK DOWN)…Striping the citizens of their freedoms, and rights to do anything or even say anything.  Precisely taking away what Prime Minister Dr. Eric Williams addressed in his first Independence Speech years ago as he address the nation. 

As I mentioned [above] "losing rights to say anything...freedom of speech;" my mind ran across the 14 year old girl who authorities felt made some serious threatening remarks to  Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar (in-fact, they felt she threatened the Prime Minister’s life); and who was taken in to custody early this week (briefly) for questioning.  Todd and I looked at this child’s video over and over and over again, and we both felt it was just a parody…a joke…just a child portraying/imitating comically what a pensioner would say ---  or how they (the pensioner) reacted to the LOCK DOWN (chances are: it was something she heard and repeated in a comedic way.)  Indeed some vulgar language was used, but again she was clearly acting --- portraying ---imitating an elderly person/a pensioner who is angry about the LOCK DOWN.  Such as how Tyler Perry portrays "Madea."  I’m glad they have released this young girl, and I understand the Prime Minister will meet with her; which is a good thing.  However, a friend mentioned that she believes The Prime Minister will mentor this young lady, and that is even better! 

Lately too, I find myself often wondering what will happen with the 100s and 100s of citizens who are not criminals, and who have been arrested and is being detained without explanation...held without bail+trial; and will be held in custody without any communication with their family, etc. for up to 120 days.  I can certainly imagine how their families are feeling because they don’t know the whereabouts of their loved one/s (who to them simply vanished from the face of the earth)…IT MUST BE HEART-WRENCHING! 

Even though it is difficult during these poignant times in Trinidad, I know many of you still have faith in your social ideals and values, and most importantly in DEMOCRACY; and absolutely have the capacity to deal with any difficulty (such as what is taking place in Trinidad today).  I know this faith; as well as prayer will keep you strong and united; and will carry you through this difficult time.  I strongly feel it is important that us the citizens work together NOW to build a bright and promising future for our country…we can overcome any task or difficulty that is placed before us UNITED.

I leave you with a 4 part series of a fantastic video on Trinidad and Tobago, which ends with the sister islands gaining their Independence.  These series are entitled  “This Land Of Ours." Click on each picture to launch the videos.  [Courtesy of the Ministry of Tourism, and powered by YouTube.]


This Land of Ours - Part 1

This Land of Ours - Part 2

This Land of Ours - Part 3

This Land of Ours - Part 4


One Flag, One Land, One heart, One mind, One hand placed together as one…”TOGETHER WE ASPIRE…TOGETHER WE ACHIEVE!”  I pray that the dreams of a new tomorrow come true for all citizens of my great country of birth. Trinidad and Tobago.


As you my fellow Trinbagonians celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr, I ask that you celebrate with Peace, love and unity.  Happy Eid Mubarak to all!

Thanks to many of you my on-line family and friends for your wonderfully educational and thought provoking feedback.  I must also thank my husband "Todd Mangatal" for his input regarding the many discussions, research, and his assistance in the conveying of this important issue.

Again, share with me your thoughts on the above issue.  I am always delighted when I receive them; so please keep them coming in, as it helps me to learn and improve my way of thinking and seeing things.

Happy Labor Day

Now, back to the country that has adopted me...has afforded me the opportunity to live a good and happy life; and which I call my home.  Yes, a major celebration will be taking place this Monday in the United States of America - LABOR DAY!

The Labor Day Holiday is upon us ~~~ the last big holiday of the summer!!!  However, this holiday has a more significant meaning: It is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American Workers.  An annual national tribute [and celebration] to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of this country.

This special Labor Day weekend signifies the end of summer for most, and in our communities here on the East Coast quite a number of us take the summer out with a huge bang; as we celebrate at the exciting New York Labor Day Caribbean Carnival/Festival presented by the West Indian American Day Carnival Association. I must point out though, for many of us this last holiday weekend is normally spent with family and close friends at barbecues, parties, picnics, beaches, and just trying to have lots and lots of fun.  Further this holiday is often used to reconnect with family and close friends, as well as bring balance to the important things in our lives. 

We wish you an enjoyable and lovely Labor Day Holiday Weekend, filled with family, fun, barbecues and even mas and revelry.  Most importantly may you have a safe holiday, and please don’t drink and drive.




Hurricane Irene - Natural Disasters

...And the gorgeous, humongous tree that stands very close to our bedroom window still stands in all her glory; upright and beautiful as ever, with many of her large limbs still in tack…THANKFULLY!!!!

Oh dear, the state of worry Hurricane Irene had many of us in was nerve wrecking!  For me she was all she was expected to be; with high winds and torrential rains that lasted for hours and hours and hours in my area (the days and night of August 27th & 28th.)  The destruction she left in her path from North Carolina to New Jersey has mounted to billions, and the economic cost is steadily rising.  Businesses are destroyed, as well as homes; trees has been rooted up; and power lines are down (still today-6 days later.)  Unfortunately and sadly many lives were lost as well!!

As unconventional as we are, we didn’t think it was necessary to run to the stores to purchase extra food or water.  Therefore, we were unprepared!  [Something NO ONE should ever do.] Our personal experience with Irene was one that will forever remain in our memory banks.  We sat in our bedroom talking about everything, and listening to the roaring winds and watched out of our window as our beautiful tree rocked to and fro.  It was amazing watching the branches beat against each other violently.  And the torrential rains came down intensely-thumping loudly upon our roof.   

As I had been doing all day~~~I continued praying throughout the night for the tree to stay standing; and prayed that if it had to fall, that it would fall away from our home.  I prayed also that the leak which was recently discovered in our roof would NOT expand or get worst.  Gee...it was difficult falling asleep, but I eventually did; and on numerous occasions I was awaken by the fierce wind gusts and the heavy and steady downpours of rain that was beating against our windows and roof.  

August.27-18.2011-Hurricane Irene-8.JPG (95886 bytes)As morning approached, the weather eased up a bit.  The clouds remained though; with sporadic downpours of rains and the winds remained gusting pretty badly as well.  August.27-18.2011-Hurricane Irene-9.JPG (140000 bytes)While surveying our area/county, I was relieved to see that most of the trees were not rooted up, but branches and large limbs had been ripped off.  There was also some major flooding in some areas (in Maryland).  I was even more relieved to see the trees to the entrance to our neighborhood, which are targets for lightening were still standing!!!

Tens of thousands of people are still without electricity here in Maryland, and I understand flood waters still cover the streets in Patterson, New Jersey (which was hit the hardest.)  I know for a fact Amtrak trains traveling along the North East Corridor terminated their services in Philadelphia earlier this week due to high waters in New Jersey.  Overall, there are losses in billions (approx. 20 billion in damages so far; which includes lost work, wages and flooding).  I understand 3-6 billion will be paid out in insurances.  One major positive regarding this devastating situation is: there are thousands of construction jobs that has opened up.

Since this month is National Preparedness Month, I urge you to get yourself and your family prepared for any natural disaster that may occur (whether it be a hurricane or earthquake; or any disaster for that matter).  To learn more about preparedness log into www.ready.gov; or www.fema.gov; and finally CLICK HERE TO obtain a Hurricane Safety Checklist (since we are in the midst of Hurricane Season.) [Courtesy of The American Red Cross.]



"FlashPoint" - Presented by Hollis Lashley

Mr. Hollis Lashley is back...yippyyyyy!  And this week he shares with us "The Yellow Bus".  Please remember in a few weeks his event "FlashBack" will take place - on September 23, 2011.  You will find Mr. Lashley and his partner's event flyer among our “Featured Event" below.  Check it out for all the details.

Hollis Lashley message to the Arious Family

Hello Arious Family: Sorry about last week, but I was on another "beat" and could not respond.  Hope all is well and do enjoy the Labor Day Activities.

Hollis Lashley, Author, Gifts From the Heart


Be inspired and Motivated to increase your Spiritual Energy.  

"The Yellow Bus"

I decided to visit Wally, “Grandpa” to Haley.

We sat and reminisced about old times while he kept watching the clock. He said that Haley’s bus was due to arrive around 3.15 pm. After all she was coming from Cheverly, barely one mile away from 58th Avenue in Bladensburg. This was her 2nd day on the bus, and she made it on time on Friday. Nothing to panic about.

Meanwhile, we were on the veranda looking at the police arrest a Hispanic neighbor, and speculating as to what was the reason for the arrest. Wally did not help me to understand, but it was his street and he should have known.

Wendy arrives. Haley still has not shown up at around 4 pm.

Wendy starts to call in order to find out where her child is. Someone at the Judith Hoyer Child Development Center in answer to Wendy’s concern about the whereabouts of her child, informs her that the bus has left and that the school is about to close. What concern about the child.

Still. No information about the location of Haley or the bus.

Around 4.20 pm, Pauline gets involved. Pauline is Wendy’s sister, and Haley’s aunt.

Somehow, she is able to make some contacts which indicate that Haley has ended up somewhere in Suitland, which is puzzling, since she has a book-bag which has all of her information, including her phone information.

Wendy now is considering calling the police. I too, am concerned since I am thinking that there should be some kind of communication between the bus driver and the child. Then too, I am wondering if the bus deriver has a file on board which contains information about the children which are involved in the bus run.

Grandpa Wally is wondering. Wendy is wracking her brain for answers, Pauline is pursuing leads, and I am just observing the dynamics of systemic breakdown, questioning the training of the bus drivers, and thinking about Haley and her state of mind under the circumstances.

It is now around 4.40. Still no definite word as to Haley’s location. Pauline is still calling her sister and father. Wendy is at the bus stop. Wally is on the veranda steps pondering the fate of his grandchild, and I am still observing developments.

Where is Haley?

At around 5.00 pm., yellow bus #5046 pulls up at the bus stop and lets off Haley.

Haley at age 5, has not yet learned how to dramatize panic and worry. She is calm and when asked how was the ride home, answers “OK”

She also shares that she showed the bus driver the information in her bag, with her name, address and phone number, and it is amazing that in this age of advanced technology, not one call was made to the child’s residence to explain what was occurring.

Questions are in order at this time, I believe.

What training do these bus drivers receive, and who does the training?

What emergency procedures are in place when situations like these occur?

What records exist on the bus, and what communication devices are available?

Are there cell phones or walkie talkies for drivers?

How are buses monitored from the school, and who is responsible?

How often are these problems occurring and what recourse do parents have?

This was a Prince George County School Bus, # 5046. I am a Resident.

I wonder what the driver may have to say about this, and the school administrators?

As for Haley, she informed me later that she had lost the copy of “Green eggs and ham” that I had given to her. I told her that I was disappointed, as it was a very important book. She appeared to be a bit saddened at my response, but I am sure that she would be ok when next I see her, as she was with the bus ride.

Let us pray for the big Yellow.

Hollis Lashley, Author, Gifts From the Heart
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To Trinidad and Tobago's Kelly-Ann Baptiste who won the bronze medal in the women’s 100m finals 13th_IAAF_World_Outdoor_Track-1.png (189393 bytes)at the 13th IAAF World Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Daegu, South Korea, earlier this week.  Ms. Baptiste clocked 10.98 seconds.  Congratulations also the 1st place winner (Gold medal) of this race: USA's Carmelita Jeter, and 2nd Place (Silver medal) winner - Jamaica's own Veronica Campbell-Brown.  Ms. Campbell-Brown also won the Gold Medal in the Women's 200m final.

Congratulations also to Kirani James of Grenada who won the 400m Final.  Kirani is the 3rd youngest man to win this 400m race; and he did it 3 days before his 19th birthday.

Congratulations to all these wonderful athletes who are competing and winning in this important Championship in South Korea; included our favorite Mr. Usain Bolt, as well as all the other athletes from the Caribbean~~~the United States of America~~~and around the world... CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF THEM FOR THEIR GREAT ACCOMPLISHMENTS!!!!






As for friends, family and associates in our circle who are celebrating birthdays this week, we hope you have HappyBirthday-roses.jpg (7061 bytes)a wonderful time; and a special HAPPY BIRTHDAY.  

We send belated birthday greetings to: Cousin Karleen Harding, Patrick Ruffin, Allen Turner, Rashaan and ToCos. 

WE WISH  our www.mycaribbean.us friend who is celebrating his birthday...all the best: Adegoke Sunday Falowo



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This began on August 15 and continues until October 21, 2011

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IDB Cultural Center | Inter-American Development Bank



Open August 15 – and runs until  October 21, 2011  Monday through Friday, 11:00 am to 6:00 pm, IDB Cultural Center Art Gallery

Latin American Artists of Italian Descent

A selection of art works by Latin American artists of Italian descent, constitutes a symbolic yet significant exploration of the Italian cultural presence and its influence in the Latin America. The exhibit proudly celebrates the 150th Anniversary of Italy’s Unification.  Among the artists included are:  Hector Borla, Ricardo Crivelli, Sergio Camporeale, Eduardo Medici, Emilio Pettoruti, and Rogelio Polesello (Argentina), Lycia Palombini (Brazil), Umberto Giangrandi (Colombia), Francisco Amighetti (Costa Rica), Roberto Sebastián Matta (Chile), Javier Bassi, Miguel A. Battegazzore, José Belloni, Fantonio Frasconi, and Diego Masi (Uruguay), among others.


All events are free and open to the public. 

IDB Cultural Center | Inter-American Development Bank , 1300-1330 New York Avenue NW, Washington, DC at Metro Center

Photo ID required for concerts, lectures and films held at the Enrique V. Iglesias Conference Center, 1330 New York Avenue.

www.iadb.org/cultural  (202) 623-3558

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2011 – Inter-American Year of Culture


September 11 , 2011 

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September 11 , 2011 

Beltsville, Maryland

September 22, 2011

Washington, DC

IDB Cultural Center | Inter-American Development Bank


Jamaican Born Poet, Critic and Writer - Mr. Edward Lucie-Smith Lecture



6:30 p.m.


Edward Lucie-Smith (1933– ) is a British poet, critic and writer on art who was born in Kingston, Jamaica and settled in England in 1946.  He read history at Merton College, Oxford, and has worked mainly as a freelance journalist, radio broadcaster, and author; he has written or edited about 50 books, mainly poetry anthologies or popular works on 20th-century art.  Mr. Lucie-Smith will give an overview of contemporary Jamaican art; and address, if pertinent, the difficulties of placing Jamaican art in international events like biennials and art fairs, the relationship between the Jamaican artistic Diaspora and the Island Country art scene, and what kind of relationship might those factors have with the socio-cultural realities in Jamaica and the rest of the English-speaking Caribbean.

All events are free and open to the public. 

IDB Cultural Center | Inter-American Development Bank , 1300-1330 New York Avenue NW, Washington, DC at Metro Center

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2011 – Inter-American Year of Culture


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