Why

Jacob Gelt Dekker

Why, why and again why do Jihadist terrorists do what they do, kill innocent people??? Almost every week, a terrorist drives a car into crowds of shoppers and tourists, blows up concerts, trains, airports and if at all possible, entire airplanes, with the war cry “Allahu Akbar, Allahu-Akbar! Allahu-Akbar! None has the right to be worshipped but Allah.” - More...

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Arthur Donker
By Edition On Monday, September 18th, 2017
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Ungrateful people

I am writing this in English so that my friends in St. Maarten can understand it too because it seems that the kids we "adopted" here after hurricane Irma, had a problem going to school here because they don't understand More...

dekker_0
By Edition On Tuesday, September 12th, 2017
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Hurricane

Tesla owners, with US $ 100,000 or more luxury cars, gave up, within one hour after the onset of the hurricane in the Florida Keys, where I have been a resident for 35 years. They lost out to traditional fossil More...

Jacob Gelt Dekker
By Edition On Monday, September 11th, 2017
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Utopia

For more than ten years, XCOR, Space travel, and GT, Green Town, have dominated the spirit of innovation on the island of Curacao. XCOR announced the commencement of commercial flights from Hato, the local airport, More...

Arthur Donker
By Edition On Thursday, September 7th, 2017
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Curacao’s promotion in the tv series “Narcos”

Everybody's upset, the newspapers are full of it and everybody is offended because Curaçao was portrayed in the tv series "Narcos" as a money laundering paradise where yachts full of cash would sail in to get laundered. Everybody More...

Alvaro Sanchez-Cordero
By Edition On Tuesday, September 5th, 2017
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“Trump’s financial sanctions against Venezuela are the continuation of a four-year-old economic war and financial blockade”

Some people would have probably thought that the newly enacted US financial sanctions against Venezuela are just a new experiment by the US Government to try to help Venezuelans free themselves from a ruthless socialist More...

dekker_0
By Edition On Monday, September 4th, 2017
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Limits of elitism

Nicolas Maduro, President of Venezuela, should watch his back. Sooner or later, popular uprise will get in the way of his ideological Bolivarian revolution. The end of FARC demonstrated that even after more than More...

Jacob Gelt Dekker
By Edition On Friday, September 1st, 2017
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Poverty’s frustration

The poor see their chances of social and economic mobility eroding; they have become second, or even third choice. The new elite of wealth formation is exclusive, locking out capital poor new comers. Income inequality More...

Slabbaert
By Edition On Thursday, August 31st, 2017
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Caribbean tourism development with boutique flair

There is no universal definition for luxury tourism. One person’s luxury is another’s ordinary. Even if there was a definition of a tweet length, what purpose does it serve? Why hide behind academic fabricated More...

Jacob Gelt Dekker
By Edition On Monday, August 28th, 2017
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Who will come to the rescue???

“Yes, Anansi, Essequibo, Berbice, and Surinam is an unfortunate story. Maybe I should not have told you.” “Oh no, I am pleased. Now I know that my nephews called Atta, Accara, and Accabre, are named after More...