Guatemala's Tactics to confuse Belizeans 1



About Gustavo Ramirez

Gustavo A. Ramirez is an educationist with many years of experience in the field of education. He has worked in capacities as teacher and guidance counselor in secondary schools since 1978, and has been instrumental in incubating and nurturing guidance counseling through systems, curricula and people development, both in Belize and the United States. He writes several columns dealing with the constant need for adapting and embracing “change” in Belize’s Education systems. Ramirez holds a Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology (Guidance Counseling) and a Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education from the University of Wisconsin. He attended Holy Redeemer Boys School, St. John‘s College, and St. Michael’s College (Sixth Form/Junior College) in Belize City.


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  • Paco Smith.

    Well, there you have it…

    Our so-called “leaders” on this side of the border have facilitated the Guatemalans to the extent that their age old rhetoric has become the basis of the unfounded claim…with the intended destination of an international court of arbitration – the ICJ.

    Belizeans and true friends of Belize, do NOT give Guatemala the opportunity to take their claim on our sovereign territory, to the ICJ, for there is absolutely no benefit for Belize.

    Put a stop to this destructive route, that our “enemies from within” appear willing to support. On 6th October 2013 vote to safeguard our nation by putting forth a resounding “NO” to the ICJ.

    Belize, Sovereign and Free – NO ICJ!