lordneilbgibsonvideoMar. 28, 2014 -BELMOPAN CITY, Belize — Lord Neil Benjamin Gibson discusses interests in Belize, Ralph Huang and ongoing relationships.

With the election of Ralph Huang to the position of Standard Bearer to Cayo South, the internet and Belizean news outlets have exploded with theories regarding his relationship to Las Vegas-based businessman Lord Neil Benjamin Gibson, who vocally endorsed Huang through internet postings on both his own websites, YouTube channels and in several online spaces related to Belizean issues. The endorsements were public and transparent, making no allegations of expectations on Huang’s part or inferences of any kind as to relationships extending beyond friendship and business dealings. Gibson transparently provided support for Huang’s campaign through online media endorsement as well as financial contribution. Huang also reiterated the relationship with Gibson as friendly and a long-time business relationship.

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Lord Gibson Goes Viral

Posted: March 17, 2014 in Belize
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ralph-huangRecently in the small Central American Country of Belize, one of the local elections has been getting some international attention. So we at the Belize News Network, BNN, have decided to take a look at this and see what is going on in the Jewel of the Caribbean.

Recently the United Democratic Party, currently the party in power in Belize and one of the 2 major parties, has held their convention to elect Standard Bearers for their party and to plan for the upcoming federal election in less than 4 years.

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examiner-logoRaymond Santopietro of the Las Vegas Internet Business Examiner has written a new article regarding the Belizian slander campaign:

There has been a social media explosion over the past week involving a Las Vegas based business man named Lord Neil Gibson and the allegations of wrongdoing with regards to the election of Ralph Huang as Standard Bearer to the Cayo South District in Belize. This campaign has reached even as high up as accusations against the Minister of Trade and Investment Erwin Contreras. There seem to be several sources as to the majority of the discussion, but the most prominent and notable source is a news station called Channel 5 Belize and the associated website which has run several biased opinion pieces like the following http://edition.channel5belize.com/archives/96077 while positioning them as vetted news.

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belizeelectionThere are winners and there are losers in politics.  Even the smallest local election can blossom into huge international intrigue with the tools that conspiracy theorists have at their disposal today.  A look, a handshake, or even a wave from across a room can whip the tin foil hat brigade into a frenzy.  They’ll take to their outdated PCs and release the imaginary hounds of Hell on anyone they feel they need to blame for their shortcomings.

If they didn’t win their election, it’s someone else’s fault.

If they didn’t get the toy in their Happy Meal, it’s a government conspiracy.

If their phone gets turned off, it’s not because they didn’t pay the bill for the line linking them from their mother’s basement to the outside world, it’s because somebody did something somewhere that they had no control over; it’s the Bilderbergers! It’s the New World Order! It’s “The Man” trying to shut them down!

It’s amazing how none of this is ever their own fault.  It’s almost as if they have no personal responsibility.  They’re just pawns in the game of life.

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examiner-logoRaymond Santopietro of the Las Vegas Internet Business Examiner has posted an article about Lord Neil B. Gibson.  From the article:

Rarely does political drama play out on an international stage, and it is usually relegated to small, local elections that only the residents of some small town or city would be interested in. Recently Las Vegas and one of it’s residents has been thrust into the international spotlight through the internet and social media outlets like Facebook, Twitter and various blogs. Lord Neil B Gibson, the Las Vegas based businessman, developer and international finance figure has rocketed into the fiery discussions that are taking place in the country of Belize, specifically regarding an election for the position of Standard Bearer in the Cayo South Constituency Area. Social media, news outlets and radio have been awash with discussion regarding the election of businessman Ralph Huang to this position, and conspiracy theories abound as to the connection he has to Lord Neil B Gibson. Accusations of corruption have already been made only days after the election from the opposing party, and a large-scale smear campaign has begun to play out on the global stage with regards to Mr. Huang, Mr. Gibson and the future of Belizian governmental positions. Read the rest of this entry »

headerPhoto1Today the people of Cayo South spoke. Ralph Huang, the newest candidate for the United
Democratic Party won his place with the party.

The convention was held at the community centre in Roaring Creek, just outside the Capital City of Belmopan.

One of the largest turn outs of voters in this constituency had their voices heard today.

For the last few months Ralph has campaigned in all of the 13 villages and rural areas of Cayo South. Read the rest of this entry »