Rudolph Williams

Rudolph (Rudy) Williams is a veteran marketing communications specialist and creative entrepreneur domiciled in “Sweet T+T”. He is the publisher of ttinsider.com and CEO of Williams Marketing. Rudolph is the author of “If I Die Tonight”.

Support The Petition to Re-site the Headquarters of the United Nations in the United States of Trinidad and Tobago

The world swung into an extravagant turn on its Summer Solstice axis on June 25 when the penetrative world online portal named ttinsider.com took the unprecedented step to start a Petition to have the HeadQuarters of the United Nations re-sited in the Caribbean twin-island democratic Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. In taking what must be …

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Time for Labour’s War Drums To Beat Out Songs of Glory

As the war drums of Labour Day  vibrates violently in home-town  Fyzabad, south Trinidad yesterday, this senior found himself asking himself: How come the labour movement has been able to remain historically embedded in a mind-set that speaks to subservience, poverty and lament in the face of the great abundance of resources available over  decades …

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Oh My Pappa

Many Caribbean men who usually access Trinidad and Tobago trumpeter Errol Ince to re-create  the Father they had lost in their personal experience, may be mildly surprised at the precious gift which has suddenly become available  with revelations of the difficult events overcome by  the same man whose soaring notes had given comfort to so …

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How a mere 37 Attorneys with East Indian-flavoured Names can Drag their un-loved, Afro-blessed Brother-in-Law Armour right back down with the Creature in the Black Lagoon.

Like the proverbial Julius Caesar who thrice refused the crown before being killed by his colleagues,  Trinidad and Tobago’s  beleaguered newly-appointed AG may have inadvertently cast himself as the tragic star player in a major case of Ethnic Assassination in this highly diverse twin-island Caribbean democratic republic. Reginald Amour SC – who was recently appointed …

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Portrait of a People Forever Playing Mas’ With Their Taken-for-Granted Democracy

It looked like Carnival Monday, the way how scores of men armed with big guns in Muslim costumes, came down St Vincent Street like a group of masqueraders hoping to win the  first prize for Best Military presentation. When Yasin Abu Bakr and his band of terrorists rushed into the Parliament on Friday July 27, …

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Young T+T Stars in a Winning Streak that Can Ensure our Future is in Safe Hands

The hearts of every Trini soared to wuthering heights in the national stadium on Sunday night (June 13)  when John-Paul Rochford made it 4-1 in injury time to beat  St Vincent and the Grenadines  and seal the deal for Second Place in Group C  in the Concacaf Nations League. Trinidad and Tobago are next in …

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The Friends with Benefits Trinis Get for Too Much Ethnic Wine, Wood and Iron

As a Trinidad and Tobago citizen with all the world’s major ethnic blood lines flowing through my East Indian-looking body and my African state of mind, it has been some time now since I embarked on a search for The real meaning of the T+T Man . This is in the special context of his …

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Here’s Why Cutting Out Can Sometimes be a Good Thing

The exciting story of a simple Jehovah’s Witness named Winnifred Williams started on Charles Street, Cobeaux Town, Port of Spain where this enterprising woman who had run from her jealous Indian husband in Couva, took care of her three children by Pressing and Curling the hair of neighborhood customers while writing stories in a copybook …

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