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Wednesday, Jan 20, 2021

5.1 magnitude earthquake rattles sections of BVI

5.1 magnitude earthquake rattles sections of BVI

Sections of the BVI was rattled by a 5.17 magnitude earthquake Wednesday afternoon, October 7. The Puerto Rico Seismic Network said the earthquake was felt around 2:30 pm.
The epicentre of the tremor was 51.64 kilometres south-southeast of Virgin Gorda and 59.76 kilometres southeast of Road Town, Tortola.

There is no warning, advisory, or watch in effect for the BVI, the USVI or Puerto Rico at this time.
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That post exemplifies the root of the problem - a historical legacy of centuries of propaganda based on the premise of European racial supremacy. It portrays the white colonial master that is the savior to the ever thankful poor black slave. Thank God, I’m an emancipated African - and I don’t worship at the feet of white gods - the Queen or the Governor, who are simply relics of outmoded colonialism built on the tenets of racist institutions of white supremacy that colonized and enslaved Africans for centuries.

As Bob Marley said, “Emancipate yourself from mental slavery,” because sometimes, “shit is just shit!”

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