April 3, 2020

OPINION: COVID 19 – A Chinese/Russian Conspiracy

By Nathan ‘Jolly’ Green, March 31, 2020 The Chinese virus factory at Wuhan.  The questions I suppose we must eventually ask are, was the escape of the virus an act of sabotage? Was it an accidental escape? Was it a purposeful experimental act to infect the people of Wuhan, which got out of hand, and beyond […]

Mad King Trump angers the Gods

By Thom Hartmann In the 4,000-year-old “Epic of Gilgamesh,” the arrogant eponymous king killed Humbaba, the giant guardian of the forest so that he could cut down the cedar stands in what is now northern Iraq to build his great city of Uruk. Gilgamesh’s people then diverted the Euphrates River to irrigate fields of barley. […]


The following was sent to me by a reader and I make no apologies for republishing it as my Editorial today. From Facebook Caleb Simba ✅It has brought back humanity. ✅Brought back people to their Creator and to their morals. ✅It has closed down bars, night clubs, brothels and casinos. ✅It brought down interest rates. […]

Martin: Humanity – best and worst

By Melissa Martin “A Tale of Two Cities,” by Charles Dickens, a classic that sums up life and death from the beginning to the ending. The human history is a narrative of war and peace, but also health and disease on planet Earth. And the lesson we continue to learn is that health is wealth. […]

Changing times

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio That said, sometimes it’s a real eye-opener to look far enough in the past that the changes of yesteryear seem laughable. The introduction of the Compact Disc, now known simply as the CD, is one such example. When reader Paul Stevenson sent me a link to this video  I laughed […]

Sanders: Whither the divided Organization of American States?

By Sir Ronald Sanders From Kaieteur News On 20 March 2020, a reckless and irresponsible General Assembly (GA) was held by the Organization of American States (OAS), putting the health of many at risk and giving an entirely wrong example to the entire world. The meeting of at least 50 persons was held amid intense […]

Did COVID-19 trigger a re-balancing of our society?

By R.D. Miller Shortly after COVID-19 emerged out of China, other places like Spain locked down its nation of 46 million people; while other nations scramble to impose restrictions. The domino effect has also reached many Caribbean shores. Based on the report to date; the virus has infected more than 597,252 people worldwide and killed over 27,000 […]

The Editor speaks: Covid 19 – Nationwide Lockdown

Health officials today (Wednesday 25 March) reported another two persons, both with travel history, have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. Therefore, the Cayman Islands Government has issued a 24-hour nation-wide lock down to mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus.  We fully support the actions taken by the Government and we hope that all our […]

Touchy feely

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio Working from home has its challenges. I remember when, in 1997, I left the daily life of Genesis Technologies to reform PS Audio. Back then, the new PS Audio was me and Terri working out of our home. At first, it was maddening. Instead of connecting with Genesis’ many […]

The cost of this pandemic must not bankrupt the people

By Vijay Prashad and Manuel Bertoldi The global pandemic of COVID-19 has spread to almost every country on the planet earth. The virus will take many lives, disrupt communities and institutions, and leave behind trauma and a devastated world economy. The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) estimates that by the end of 2020, global […]