Tuesday, 22 October 2013

Belize Development Projects

The abuse of power is unfortunate, especially when it involves using the credibility of a source as legitimate to slander a person with conjecture, speculation and utter untruths.  How the "news" organization Channel 5 Belize verifies it's information that is presented on it's website is unclear, as they seem to allow uncredited authors to simply post opinions and slander as a news story, even if it is not substantiated by any facts or witnesses at all.

The incident that is being referred to happened on July 26 of this year, when Channel 5 Belize ran an article claiming that they have never heard of Lord Neil Gibson, his company Handels Securities Ltd., or any of the business and development meetings that had happened between the Belizian government and his companies.  Through an admitted lack of information, the author of the article made the claim that Gibson must be attempting to dupe investors, and that no meetings had taken place.

The reality of the situation is that Gibson and his associates had been meeting with Belizian government officials for some time, a fact that is obviously proven true through documents provided by Kim Simplis Barrow, the First Lady Of Belize, regarding charitable contributions and sponsorships on Gibson's part for her organization "The Inspiration Center."

The utilization of misinformation fed through a source that is viewed by many people as legitimate is an unfortunate circumstance of unregulated media.  Literally anyone can make any claim that they want and it is viewed as truth due to it's position on a creditable source.  Perhaps some regulation of these types of outlets is necessary.

Information on the proceedings can be viewed at the following links http://lordneilbenjamingibson.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/BELIZE-EVENT.pdf and http://lordneilbenjamingibson.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/BELIZE-10-K-DONATION0001.pdf and also verified through numerous other sources associated with Neil Gibson.

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