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As the World Sleeps Belize keeps getting destroyed, terrorized and invaded

As the world sleeps, Belize is being systematically destroyed and invaded both from within and without. For decades Guatemala has remained head strong claiming that it owns Belize despite the world noting that Belize is an independent nation and it’s people have full rights to independence. At the African, Caribbean and Pacific States and the European Community (ACP-EU) meeting in Abuja Nigeria on March 2000 the following was noted: United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) Resolution 35/20 of 11 November 1980, which reaffirmed the inalienable right of the people of Belize to self-determination, independence and territorial integrity and called on all […]


Not even the US trusts the decisions of the ICJ

Belize is being shoved to go to the ICJ by the US OAS branch but when they had to get a ruling at the ICJ they basically said, “Oh hell no, this court is bullshit.” The United States and the ICJ The United States has long had an uneasy relationship with the International Court of Justice, which primarily arbitrates legal disputes among UN member nations that recognize its jurisdiction. The United States withdrew from the court’s compulsory jurisdiction in 1986 after the court ruled it owed Nicaragua war reparations. The United States also disagreed with the court’s stance that it […]


Case study of Agricultural Policies in Belize 2

REPORT PREPARED FOR THE CARICOM SECRETARIAT CONSULTING TEAM (CORE): SINGH, R.H. (PH.D.) RANKINE, L.B. (PH.D.) SEEPERSAD, G. (M.SC.) THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND EXTENSION THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES ST. AUGUSTINE, TRINIDAD W.I. DECEMBER 2005 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Purpose & Scope of the Review This Report provides an analytical review of the major policy provisions for the agricultural sector in Belize. The focus is on the appropriateness of the policy mix in facilitating transformation of the sector into one characterized by higher levels of efficiency and competitiveness. The review is conducted within the context of the challenges confronting agriculture […]


Belize Guatemala Boundary Dispute II

SECRET PAGE 01 STATE 269577 ORIGIN NODS-00 INFO OCT-01 ISO-00 /001 R DRAFTED BY ARA/CEN:LPFEIFLE:CFC APPROVED BY P:PCHABIB ARA/CEN:WMATTHEWS ARA:SASHELTON ARA:TATODMAN ARA/PAN:KGUTHRIE S/S-O:SGOLDSMITH ——————055405 102155Z /62 O P 102126Z NOV 77 ZFF6 FM SECSTATE WASHDC TO AMEMBASSY PANAMA IMMEDIATE INFO AMEMBASSY GUATEMALA PRIORITY AMCONSUL BELIZE PRIORITY AMEMBASSY LONDON PRIORITY S E C R E T STATE 269577 NODIS FOR THE AMBASSADOR FROM HABIB E.O. 11652: XGDS-1 TAGS: PBOR, GT, BH, UK SUBJECT: BELIZE 1. WE UNDERSTAND THAT THE BRITISH AND GUATEMALANS MAY BE NEAR A SETTLEMENT ON THE HUNDRED YEAR-OLD BELIZE DISPUTE. THE SETTLEMENT WOULD INVOLVE A MINOR CESSION OF […]


Belize Guatemala Dispute Settlement Boundary Claim

LIMITED OFFICIAL USE PAGE 01 GUATEM 04345 01 OF 02 121715Z ACTION ARA-14 INFO OCT-01 EUR-12 IO-13 ISO-00 CIAE-00 DODE-00 PM-04 H-01 INR-07 L-03 NSAE-00 NSC-05 PA-01 PRS-01 SP-02 SS-15 USIA-06 OMB-01 ACDA-07 /093 W ——————023266 121801Z /45 R 112354Z JUL 77 FM AMEMBASSY GUATEMALA TO SECSTATE WASHDC 6715 INFO AMEMBASSY LONDON AMEMBASSY MANAGUA AMEMBASSY SAN JOSE AMEMBASSY SAN SALVADOR AMEMBASSY TEGUCIGALPA AMEMBASSY MEXICO AMCONSUL BELIZE USMISSION USUN NY USCINCSO LIMITED OFFICIAL USE SECTION 1 OF 2 GUATEMALA 4345 E.O. 11652: N/A TAGS: PBOR, UK, BH, GT SUBJ: BELIZE 1. SUMMARY: GOG CONTINUES TO CATEGORIZE WASHINGTON TALKS AS SUCCESSFUL. PRESIDENT […]


Understanding the Greek debt crisis

A while back I noted that we should be looking at Greece for where not to end up in the future, seeing that G.O.B. keeps borrowing more and more every day that goes by; adding more and more debt on the shoulders of every Belizean that will have to be paid for by many future generations. I want to share these videos with you all so you can understand what’s going on in Greece and better look at what’s happening in Belize and hopefully stand up and fight for the future of Belize. After all, our children and their children […]


The one with Guatemala and the Belizean SS

It was the early days of 2005, April to be more precise, when then opposition leader Dean Barrow led a nation against the PUP … In his own words: “In any case, the U.D.P. will, for its part, begin now a sustained campaign of civil disobedience. I have chosen that word deliberately in contrast to any other that might conjure up the spectre of violence. We are convinced that the objective can be achieved without any resort to violence.” “I’m not going to call any names, but we have seen on television the–and again I want to chose my words […]


Belize’s Failure: U.S. Proxy or Corrupt Leadership?

By: Hubert Pipersburgh on September 29, 2011 As a peripheral economy it is difficult for countries such as Belize. The U.S. cast a huge shadow. Few leaders in the region have been able to plot an autonomous course.  The late Michael Manley of Jamaica with his non-aligned movement during the cold war tried, Belize was a member of that group under the Premiership of George Cadle Price. With the exception of Cuba, Grenada under the Late Maurice Bishop and his New Jewel Movement attempted a course that did not rely on the U.S. patronage he was promptly assassinated in cold blood […]


Guatemala news posts video of BTV visit

In the video posted by media house Canal Antigua from Guatemala, they claim that the entire Sarstoon river, including the Sarstoon Island is in Guatemalan territory despite international knowledge and records reveals a clearly demarcated border showing otherwise. As the above image shows, the Island is clearly within Belizean territory. In the video below, it is clear that at least one of the Guatemalan boats pulled right up to the boat with Belizeans and tried to push them into Guatemalan territory (at about 2:35) as was told by members of the BTV crew. All this while the OAS representatives sat […]


The Belize-Guatemala Conundrum

By Nick Pollard Jr. Spain and Great Britain left behind in Central America an unresolved Boundary Dispute between Guatemala and Belize for which there is absolutely no sign of a settlement almost 150 years later after various negotiations have failed even with the immediate arbitration of the O.A.S. Will the dispute be settled in the unforeseeable future by the ICJ or will the Security Council of the United Nations be forced to intervene? Thursday, 9 May 2013 GUATEMALA CANNOT BE TRUSTED IN FUTURE NEGOTIATIONS TO SETTLE THE OLD ANGLO-GUATEMALAN BORDER DISPUTE. Surprisingly, many Belizeans were not taken aback by Guatemala’s […]