Archive for the ‘ Our Islands ’ Category

 

A Year of Jubilee

August 1st, 2011 by

A Year of Jubilee

In November of 1962 Decreto Ley 2-62 was approved by the National Congress. That law became known as the First Agrarian Reform Law. The issuing of this law was supposedly based on the government’s claim that in that year (1962) there was a total of

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The Essence of Civism

July 1st, 2011 by

The Essence of Civism

The Japanese people are famous for their civility and though it is mostly from respect for family values where a person would rather die than embarrass his family and there are also religious beliefs involved.
If honesty is a virtue the Japanese can

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The Garifuna My Version of Event

June 1st, 2011 by Alfonso Ebanks

The Garifuna My Version of Event

The president did not know that the clothing he was dressed in were a dashiki shirt and a kufi (Muslim) cap popular all over Africa and the skirts the dancing ladies used looked a lot like a brown cotton version of the dress used by Spanish dancers, so

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Condemned in April

May 1st, 2011 by

Condemned in April

We always blamed England for giving us away, but it was the government of the United States of America during the presidency of James Buchanan that rejected the treaty that favored the Bay Islands and instead insisted on the complete turnover of our islands

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A Lesson In History

April 1st, 2011 by Alfonso Ebanks

A Lesson In History

It appears that the children of Honduras will again be denied the full 200 school days as stipulated by law. Mr. Regan on the other hand had to search around for administrative personnel and even used military controller to get the air transportation

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Charter City

March 1st, 2011 by Alfonso Ebanks

Charter City

The monies to operate the city and maintain the infrastructure will be derived from the renting of the land, because even though the investors will be able to build the buildings they need for their operations, they will never be able to own the land

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The Island Know How

February 1st, 2011 by

The Island Know How

A few days later the governor of the department of Atlantida went on television and forbade the celebration of Halloween, stating that it was not part of the Honduran culture and therefore should not be celebrated in this country.

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Young Men out to Sea

January 1st, 2011 by Alfonso Ebanks

Young Men out to Sea

“Education was not so very important in those days, but instead it was person’s natural ability and intelligence”

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A Bonacca Rail Company

December 1st, 2010 by

A Bonacca Rail Company

“we could fly them in the morning, take their money and fly them out in the afternoon”

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Tournament in the Shadow of the Storm

November 1st, 2010 by Alfonso Ebanks

Tournament in the Shadow of the Storm

“It appears to me that October is a bad month for deep sea fishing events because it is when the cold fronts start coming of the gulf coast heading for our latitudes. The organizers are now consulting the people at IGFA to select another date for the

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