Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : February 22nd 2017 Contents "Practice the pause.
Pause before judging.
Pause before assuming.
Pause before accusing.
Pause whenever you're
about to react harshly
and you'll avoid doing
and saying things you'll
--- LORI DESCHENE
Wednesday, February 22, 2017 guardian.co.tt
WEB CHAT ...from our Facebook readers
JEROMY'S WAR ON BULLIES
Jeromy Rodriguez's war on school
bullies began at age 11 when he would
see his elder sister coming home nearly
every day from Moruga Secondary with
a black eye and no money.
Keri Rampersad-Parmassar It is
refreshing to read something like this,
given the popularity of crime. Well
done, little one!
Usha Basso Kissoon Great to know
this young man wants to make a differ-
ence in sweet Trinidad. By stopping the
bullies he will get more kids to continue
their education. The country should see
and hear. The Government should watch
this young man. He is not putting the
money in his pocket. He is young and
making his stand for others.
Melissa Scott This is worthy of a
Sue-ann Gordon Good job!
Glenda FrenchePopeau Much re-
spect to this young man and to every-
one who takes action on this menacing
Harry Ramharack "Man" of the
moment! Great and timely news. The
school system needs you.
Indarjit Mohan Singh Very com-
mendable youth. New it's already a
hero. Plus he is doing something pos-
itive about something that affects both
schools and the society at large.
Take note, our so-called parliamen-
tarians. This is how it ought to be done.
Not by bickering and complaining all
Claudia Ramsey This is wonderful.
Annie Deleon A youth with a vision.
Imagine if there were more like him in
this country! Maybe he can teach govt
ministers what is important.
Wendy Elizabeth Eik He seems to
have done more than those people in
Beyond individuals leaving to partic-
ipate in terrorist activities overseas, no
clear trend or organised movement of
people---including from any particular
mosque---has been noted, say local au-
Mujahid Al Haqq Monitor whatever
allyuh want, which one of the murders
for 2017 is terrorist related?
Michael Villanueva That's why
de get caught with their pants down
Ryan Steinberg Jr. We can't track
killers on the streets. How are we going
to track Isis sympathisers. The dumb
leading the blind.
A reflection of
A political analyst says the call US
President Donald Trump made to Prime
Minister Dr Keith Rowley on Sunday
reflects the importance of T&T in the
region. However, a former prime min-
ister says more details on what the two
leaders spoke about should be made
Andrew Boissiere Hope he pushing
to aquire T&T as US territory.
Gabbec Poly Rowley don't have to
answer to anybody, he is the real boss!
Nicole Baptiste Oil, oil, oil
Robert Zacarias We contribute the
highest count per capita for Isis recruits,
if I am not mistaken. Something tells
me Trump's invite might be more of a
Roger Alexander The only reason
for Trump calling Rowley is because he
wants to go after the Maduro govern-
ment and sees this country as a base
for carrying out that agenda. Of course,
we will not be able to resist the "Great
, as Iran calls the US, when he lays
out his plan.
Shellyann Lisa Sukhoo Trump
wants to make it clear to Mr Rowley dat
Fatca is for the US to spy on Americans,
not for Rowley to spy on Trinidadians.
Ryan Steinberg Jr. President Trump
is securing his nation by any means
possible. He will not meet with gangs
and hoodlums who block the roads and
disrupt lives. Mr Trump is focused on
make American lives great by encour-
aging small businesses, cutting costs,
lowering taxes, getting rid of foreign
criminal, securing borders, women
rights in the workplace and creating
Andrew James Is God you should
be talking to in public, not Trump, he
has his own issues to handle. By al-
lowing the Commissioner of Police to
do what should have been done in the
first place puts you at the back of the
class. The Prime Minister's office is not
Jiu Li Yen Richardson Lol, appar-
ently Trump called half the country
because everybody seems to know why
he called. lol
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