Lola Lovely LOVES COCK

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Hey my name is Lola Lovely and i come from Guyana! I'm 34 years old and live alone in the capital of Guyana, Georgetown. My momma lives nearby in the neighbourhood so i go and check on her every day to see if she's alright. We had a big storm one time in the past so i rushed to check if my momma was alrght even if there were big chunks of ice falling. It sounded like kapooya kapooya, but i still got to my momma on time and that's how much i love her, she is the only family i have left. I have lived in my country all my life and i don't want to move anywhere else. I had many friends from high school, but they all left to other countries like the US and England for "better oppurtunities", psshtt. I still have friends in the hood however, and I'm pretty happy with them. I don't know about you but i love to eat a lot. My favourite food is chicken and i have 2 meals of chicken almost every week. Chicken makes you strong!


Maan, there are a lot of things thats gonna change here in Guyana. A lot of people leave my brilliant country with beautiful waterfalls to go to other countries where they will not be treated very good only because they want another chance in life. They should stay in Guyana and create new jobs and get rid of the extreme poverty we have. There are some racial problems that we need to take care off too if we are going to be a society that accepts everyone. We have recently received our independence this year in 1966 so we must work together so that we can keep what we deserved for years. That's our only way of being a wealthy and successful country. With will and unity we will be together and strong!
- Lola Lovely

Malala Yousafzai

On July 12, 1997, Malala Yousafzai was born in Mingora, Pakistan, located in the country's Swat Valley. Yousafzai attended a school that her father, Ziauddin Yousafzai, had founded. After the Taliban began attacking girls' schools in Swat, Malala gave a speech in Peshawar, Pakistan, in September 2008. The title of her talk was, "How dare the Taliban take away my basic right to education?" As the Taliban took control of the Swat Valley, they denied women to be send to school so that they can be ignorant and obedient to men. In early 2009, Malala began blogging to the BBC about her life under the Taliban occupation. She used the name Gul Makai in order to protect her identity, but the BBC revealed her name in December of that same year. Her activism resulted in a nomination for the International Children's Peace Prize in 2011. She was also the first teenager awarded the National Youth Peace Prize in Pakistan. On October 2012 when Malala was on her way to school a gunman shot her in the face and she was in critical condition. She was sent to a military hospital and later send to Birmingham, England. She recovered fast and more people began following her against the Taliban.


Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela was born in Transkei, South Africa on 18 July 1918. He became increasingly involved with the African National Congress (ANC), a multi-racial nationalist movement trying to bring about political change in South Africa. In 1948, the National Party came to power and implemented a policy of “Apartheid”, or forced segregation based on race. The ANC protested against this non-violently. At Sharpeville, the police killed 69 black anti-apartheid demonstrators and the ANC was banned. Because of this Nelson Mandela, at the time deputy president of the ANC, decided to start a military. After coming back from training abroad he was arrested and sent to prison for treason. During his years in prison he became an international symbol of resistance to apartheid. In 1990, the South African government responded to internal and international pressure and released Mandela, at the same time lifting the ban against the ANC. In 1991 Mandela became the ANC's leader. South Africa held its first multi-racial election and Mandela was elected its first black president in 1993. In 1997 he stepped down as ANC leader and in 1999 his presidency of South Africa came to an end.


Similarities and Diffrences

Apart from the obvious fact that Malala is a girl and Nelson is a man, they have a lot of diffrences. Nelson was born in 1918 and he fought for problems of a country that are already solved, but Malala is still trying to solve her problem with the Taliban in her country.

Malala made her success by sharing her problems with the world through bloggs, books and speaches. She is one of the most popular teenagers in the world and one of the most influential person in Pakistan. She has received so many prices and inspired many girls to go back to school. No one has achived so much at young age as she did.

Nelson Mandela was a bit diffrent. He fought against racism and human rights aswell. He was very active as the president of the ANC which was a group that protested against the apartheid government. He was called a terrorist when he tried to overthrow the apartheid government, who was abusing it's power, by force and discriminated against. Nelson was sentenced for life in prison for "treason". He spend 27 years before he was released. Nelson faced a harsh regime in a new cell block constructed for political prisoners. He had to work a lot and was discriminated and punished. People thought after his realese that he will come back with anger and try to overthrow the government again, but that's not what he did. When he was released he became leader of the ANC and protested peacefully against the apartheid. When he was allected as president of South Africa he removed the apartheid government and began fighting against racism, poverty and discrimination.


Guyana is the only English speaking country in South America. It has many tourist attractions like the Tropical rainforests - filled with distinctive plants and trees, teeming with exotic birds, insects and mammals, but it's still a country with economical troubles. Until the 1990s more than 80% of Guyana's industries were state-owned. Mismanagement, falling commodity prices and high fuel costs. Since the late 1990s the government has divested itself of many industries, but it now faces problems which include environmental threats to the coastal strip and rainforest, poverty and violent crime - the latter fuelled by the drugs tradereated serious economic problems and led to a fall in an already-low living standard. One third of Guyana's population were slaves brought by the Dutch and the other 2 thirds are indentured Indian agricultural workers brought in by the British. These two groups have created 2 political parties, the Indo-Guyanese and Afro-Guyanese, who leed to non peaceful voting.

People in Guyana should stop dividing themselves in two groups that came to this land some time ago and they should live united in one country. Racism and conflicts must be stoped by the governments before it leads to something serious like a genocide or protests. This country should put more effort to educate it's people so that more jobs are created and the middle class increases. The people should try and find other resources that they can profit from because the enviorment is becoming dangerous to live in. The cutting down of the rainforests for timber and other industrial needs should be reduced and done carefuly, because nothing can replace the natural value of the wild life in the forests. Cleaning the shores of pirates and drug dealers is also important and having good relations with other countries around Guyana is important so that wars don't occur. People keep migrating to other countries to get a better life, but they don't realize that they can do much more to save their country from poverty and corruption instead of risk it and move to other countries.

- Lola Lovely



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