Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Forty-nine Years Later

Day-12-Tues.4/4/17- it is 3:34 in the morning and hoping to be in Gangadiwali today to choose the mahogany tree that will manifest the truth in regards to a question we asked the Ambassador of the United States of America, Todd Robinson almost two years ago.

Forty Nine years ago today was a moment that the world stood still and there are people today that still remember what they were doing the moment they heard that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated forty nine years ago today.

Forty Nine Years Later the Garifuna Nation in Guatemala would like the world to know that we will honor the life of Dr. King through the transplanting of the mahogany tree that will be chosen in Gangadiwali today.

To make a long story short, the question we would like to ask again, are there any records in Guatemala or the United States that can prove or not that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. visited the Rio Dulce Hotel in Puerto Barrio Guatemala sometime before his date Forty Nine years ago.

Pedro Blanco is my biological father and one of my favorite friends for the past fifteen years. My Dad was eighty nine years old when he made his transition in September of last year. My Dad had the opportunity to visit the United Sates during the time Dr. Martin Luther King was in his struggle on behalf of our Brothers and Sisters in the States. It was how my Dad told me couple years ago, that he also had the chance to meet Dr. Martin Luther King in Puerto Barrios, Guatemala at the Hotel Rio Dulce while my dad was working at the Reception Center.  

Forty Nine years later the Garifuna Nation in Guatemala would like to continue being a part of the Dream that Dr. King had.

On the other hand, it will be a month in four days since the tragedy that took the lives of forty one [41] teenagers at the Hogar Seguro in Guatemala City. We also would like to inform the world that the Garifuna Nation in Guatemala would like to commemorate the lives of each and every one of the teenagers that died because of the fire.

In this case, we would like to transplant forty one mahogany trees in Gangadiwali, La Buga, and Guatemala to commemorate the lives of the teenagers by the second week of May 2017.

July of this year will be twenty five years since a historic event took place at the University of Loyola in California. We have been thinking that it would be nice to find out how many of us are still on board the same ship. The ship we are referring to will make an emergency landing in Gangadiwali between the second and third week of July 2017.

Here we are today Forty Nine Years Later getting ready to be in Gangadiwali to be a part of a legacy that is in the making.

Lúbara Huya   

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