Daily Archives: March 8, 2013


GUATEMALA REVIVES CLAIM

The dispute moved now to the “court phase.” Guatemala proposed arbitration, and Britain suggested taking the matter to the Hague Court. Guatemala was not in favour of the dispute being examined purely on a legal basis. In July 1939, Guatemala published a White Book on her claims, and in 1940 Britain again offered arbitration in any of three ways: either to the Hague Court, or to a tribunal of international lawyers examining the matter under Chapter 4 of the Hague Convention, or to a tribunal of three international lawyers-one member to be selected by each party and one of them […]


Missing Plane from Belize found in Venezuela Busted for Drugs

7News On Friday’s news, we broke the story of a small plane, an Aero Commander 500 which had left Belize airspace without filing a flight plan, or making the required checks with customs and immigration – which is both illegal and suspicious. As we reported at the time, it left Belize from the Spanish Lookout airstrip on the afternoon of February 21st., without filing a flight plan – which would make it impossible to land anywhere legally. What made it even more suspicious is that the plane had been outfitted with extended range fuel tanks – enabling it to fly […]


Ducks Cruelly Caged for Foie Gras

EXPOSED: Horrific cruelty at Palmex, Inc., a foie gras factory farm outside Montréal, where ducks are crammed in metal cages, virtually unable to move, & have pipes shoved down their throats twice a day to pump grain into their stomachs. Pipes are shoved down the birds’ throats, and up to 4 pounds of grain and fat are pumped into their stomachs two or three times a day. The birds’ livers become diseased and swell to up to 10 times their normal size. Some ducks’ organs burst. Ducks can choke to death after workers ram the metal tubes down their throats. […]


Rate your GOB 1

March 7th marked a full year into the 2nd term of the current Government of Belize Administration, that’s 6 years as the crow flies. We would like to hear from you on how they have been doing and rate their job performance; they do after all, work for you. Once you vote, please leave a comment explaining why you voted how you did so we know where they are failing or where they are doing great. Hopefully they get to see this and take your voices into account as they move forward. [polldaddy poll=6946415] Rules No profanity. No threatening or […]