Posts Tagged ‘APNU/AFC’

THINGSIFIED GARY BEST JUMPS SHIP TO APNU/AFC

Cro Cro – Racial Integration

THINGSIFIED GARY BEST JUMPS SHIP TO APNU/AFC

The thingification of Guyanese by the Jagdeo-Ramotar administration is forcing some thingsifsied recipients to make some hard and awkward choices. Word on the street is that May 5th is Indian Arrival Day and May 12th, has been designated Indian Departure Day as a new government and party takes control and re-align the people to values and virtues.

Cabinet Secretary and principal henchman of the PPP, Dr Roger Luncheon cannot believe it is not butter Luncheon feels betrayed by Commodore Gary Best after having been the recipient of several things and gifts from the PPP: an enhanced pension, promotion, housing adjoining the compound of former President Jagdeo et al.

Best has been welcomed with open arms within the fold of APNU/AFC and this new development seems to have sent shock waves in several quarters locally and overseas.  Continue reading

BOW and ARROW TERRORISTS

Buddy Miles – Down By The River.

BOW and ARROW TERRORISTS

By EWALT AINSWORTH            06 15 2012

Word has begun to filter out in the diaspora that both Presidents Jagdeo and Ramotar have been staging and fully engaged in communicating with Party operatives in hinterland communities in which they have been using the portraits of the Opposition executives as bulls eye for bow and arrow terrorists.  The target practice operatives have also been taking aim at a select group of Lindeners who allegedly have been “obstinate” and not cooperating with the government in charging increased tariffs for electricity.

The portraits of local touchaus and captains who also allegedly supported the opposition APNU/AFC groups have also been placed on tree trunks and home-made screens as part of a deliberate plot to ferment hatred and distrust among the indigenous peoples in the Rupununi and other communities in regions nine and eight.    Continue reading

US ONE WEEK SCHOLARSHIP FOR RAMOTAR

US ONE WEEK SCHOLARSHIP FOR RAMOTAR

By Ewalt Ainsworth                05 10 2012

At least Guyanese at home this mother’s day will not have to worry about President Donald Ramotar making an impromptu visit or stopping in to empathise with flood victims in Lethem.  Residents of Region nine…Upper Takatu/Upper Essequibo  have to use their own initiative and bail as  flood-waters from the higher elevations of Brazil wash away their homes, cut electricity supplies and road transportation while the President rushes to save his face in North America.  The people indigenous people in the Rupununi came out in wholesale numbers to support the APNU/AFC and so there is no love lost at this time.  Perhaps if even they burn in hell, Ramotar ent kay.               Continue reading