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Mar 16, 2016

What’s the Pulse of the People on Belize/Guatemala Situation?

In light of the recent flare up at the Sarstoon River, we took to the streets of Belize City to get public opinion on the incident, as well as the manner in which it is being handled by government.  The responses we got were a mixed bag and tonight we’ll share with you feedback we gathered from the man on the street.


{Commentaries from residents on Sarstoon incident…}

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2 Responses for “What’s the Pulse of the People on Belize/Guatemala Situation?”

  1. Moses Benguche says:

    You all have denied me the opportunity to post warnings on this site of an ominous consequence of agitating for physical military response to the ongoing Belize Guatemala dispute over our southern territory. I say again, without naming any individual or organization, “unu di play with fire”. Diplomacy, regional and world pressure is the only way to solve this dispute. We don’t have a chance in hell to successfully defend ourselves militarily. It’s better to win over your enemies with love than with aggression especially when you don’t have the biggest gun. The agitators know this. So why do they continue down this ominous aggressive path. I love my country; I was born and raised in PG. I have relatives and friends on both sides of the border. We trade and travel with each other daily; have been doing this for years, long before roads to the rest of the country when the Heron H was our only once a week contact with the capital. There has never been such a heightened level of animosity until some individuals deviated from the country’s diplomatic process. I have a deep suspicion that some people may have their own agenda and motivation in stirring the pot, and perhaps may in fact be double agents. “Caveat emptor!!!”. 26I

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