Posts Tagged ‘Bharrat Jagdeo’

AFFLUENZA SUSPECTED IN DEATH OF JAGDEO’S SISTER

AFFLUENZA SUSPECTED IN DEATH OF JAGDEO’S SISTER

Oma at time of death did not have a resume and or a living will.  She was able to secure a job with pay and perks equivalent to a Vice President in the current government.  President Granger has since sent his condolences as a practising Christian because when good people die, you have to say good things about them. Oma is dead and affluenza seems to be the cause or death.

The autopsy report overseered by Dr Bharrat Rosemund Jagdeo is not conclusive. He established from the moment he got the news while on a field trip in Wakenaam, there was no foul play and the medical and investigative community had to work along with him.  Continue reading

WATER TAXIS BEGIN MOVING PASSENGERS ACROSS BERBICE RIVER

WATER TAXIS BEGIN MOVING PASSENGERS ACROSS BERBICE RIVER

Berbice River Bridge

Over the weekend, former members of the Rosignol Fishermen’s Cooperative took the initiative to retrofit their boats converting them to water taxis ferrying school children especially, at super lower rates much to the delight of the Granger Administration.  Reports from the region suggest that Former President Jagdeo and the Berbice River Bridge Authority were playing hardball and forcing the administration to increase fares rather than reduce same.  Some businessmen, farmers, car and mini bus operators will get further relief with the reintroduction of the Torani and Makouria passenger vessels that will ferry vehicles across the river.

Race has been injected into the Berbice Bridge tolls fiasco as opposition leader Bharrat Jagdeo is fanning the flames of functional non cooperation. Some farmers cannot handle the narrow mindedness of Jagdeo and are fasting to death………a Hindu practise called santara. Continue reading

Jagdeo to be Opposition leader – says Rohee

Jagdeo to be Opposition leader – says Rohee

June 30, 2015 | By | PPP completes 32-member parliamentary list Rohee
Former President Bharrat Jagdeo

Bharrat Jagdeo

After weeks of suspense, the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) has finally selected its 32 members of Parliament. One of them will be Deputy Speaker for the eleventh parliament, at a time when there was much doubt over whether Guyana would even have an opposition presence in parliament.

The PPP/C has however maintained its silence over the future of former President Donald Ramotar, with former President Bharrat Jagdeo, who has been widely rumored to have been selected as Leader of the Opposition, being tipped by General Secretary of the PPP/C Clement Rohee as a front runner for the post of Opposition Leader.

During the PPP/C weekly press conference yesterday, Rohee was asked for an update on the party’s list of parliamentary members. However the General Secretary refused to divulge specifics, despite a recent Guyana article appearing in the media during which Rohee appeared as the interviewee; in the interview Rohee  appeared to lend credence to the rumors of Jagdeo’s return to parliament as Opposition Leader. Continue reading

(YBBB) MAGISTRATE HAS OPPOSITION LEADER JAGDEO KUSSERING

Watchman – Leader of the opposition

(YBBB) MAGISTRATE HAS OPPOSITION LEADER JAGDEO KUSSERING

By Waltie Ainsworth

The Young Beautiful Bold and Boviander (YBBB) magistrate Carolyn Artega has self-appointed and self-acclaimed opposition leader Bharrat Jagdeo kussering. Jast week, instead of appearing in court he sent her a medical loose leaf saying he had back problems. Jagdeo, in a deliberate ploy to avoid imminent jail had become creative in using all kinds of techniques and schemes to avoid going to court at Whim in Corentyne.

Jagdeo feels that by remaking and rebranding himself as opposition leader he can avoid being sentenced for race baiting and creating chaos in the new and upwardly mobile Guyana. Let the records show that he must appear in court in pyjamas or on a stretcher. Continue reading

WHEN WOOD ANTS CAN EAT IRON POT IMAGINE THE FATE OF CALABASH

UPDATE:  LIST OF CABINET MINISTERS  [see list at end of this entry]

CRO CRO – JAIL THEM

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WHEN WOOD ANTS CAN EAT IRON POT IMAGINE THE FATE OF CALABASH

Within the first 72 hours of the swearing in of President David Granger, there has been a deliberate effort to unbundle the criminal gangs marauding the landscape. A prime subject, Steve Marai former chief of the Berbice police division and chief of security to Bharrat Jagdeo, has been taken into custody as a person of interest for several murders including that of Crum Ewing.

Mr. Granger has met with his security team and will retain Seelall Persaud as Commissioner of Police and Mr. Phillips head of the army. Other changes in the Police Force have been put on hold.  Continue reading

INVISIBLE LABOR UNDER ATTACK

EDDY GRANT SPEAKS ABOUT THE LONDON RIOTS – 2 VIDEOS

INVISIBLE LABOR UNDER ATTACK     04 04 2013

BY  EWALT AINSWORTH

They say wise men came from the east.  President Bharrat Jagdeo is a by-product of the twin city of Unity/Lancaster and if for any reason you are on the east coast kindly glance left;   the left leaning iq-592  former  President Bharrat Jagdeo may have his sights on that building, that playground or open space in your community.

Jagdeo has a weakness for sweetness…things left behind, things left-handed lefties and leff-leff.  Plaisance will not give up and or give in; they did not send and call him and he should have had that un-common wisdom a year ago before he moved in to see beyond his nose and plant himself in an ants nest. Continue reading

GT FAILS FLAYS AND FALLS IN LEAP YEAR

EDDY GRANT –  WAR PARTY

GT  FAILS  FLAYS AND FALLS IN LEAP YEAR

By  EWALT AINSWORTH                            11 302012

Quite 366 days ago the 592-Gt-Republic went to the polls and selected a BRAND-NEW-SECOND-HAND President….Mr. Donald Ramotar. Nobody knows his voice but they know his vices.  Nobody knows his gratitude but they scoff at his ineptitude; nobody knows his attitude but murmur as he squanders his latitude.  Guyana deserves better.  Guyana needs an activist leader, teacher and preacher.

President Ramotar in his first year has earned the stinky reputation of a bench warmer and a funky-team player that is both stubborn and distrustful.  And when leaders do not trust anyone, they too must not be trusted.  Continue reading

Ramotar has embraced the mistakes of his predecessor – “Joey” Jagan

Ramotar has embraced the mistakes of his predecessor  – Letter by Cheddie “Joey” Jagan (Jr)

Posted By Stabroek staff On August 16, 2012 |  Comments

Dear Editor,

Two months ago, at a meeting at Red House for all the candidates on the PPP/‘Civic,’ I spoke openly and forcefully. It was obvious to me that, at that meeting, the PPP leadership was preparing for a snap general election, and I warned against that and called for local elections as a more immediate concern (they will still try to have general elections, probably early next year). They will remember that I mentioned that we should consider inclusive governance, maybe at local levels like Georgetown, especially with a minority government; that Mr Granger and Mr Ramjattan are not the Taliban or al Qaeda and that we should approach them differently without a confrontational attitude, like was displayed when demonstrations led by ‘Fuzzy’ Sattaur and certain ministers in this government objected to the budget cuts. Ironically, after the budget cuts we all found out about the penchant for extra personal funds on the part of some senior members of NCN.

They all will remember – because all that President Ramotar did was take notes all the time, hardly saying anything – that I told the gathering that President Cheddi would have cut the budget more than APNU and the AFC did if he was alive and in the same situation.   Continue reading

LEH-AWEE-GET-AM (come let us get it)

LEH-AWEE-GET-AM (come let us get it)

By EWALT AINSWORTH                                          03 15 2012

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While North America was in grief the weekend popular and acclaimed singer Whitney Houston was being buried, newspapers in the area had a booming headline that  LIL KIM will be on the cover of the prestigious and global TIME MAGAZINE.  That weekend, it was impossible to find a TIME magazine; everybody wanted to see black and just as famous as Whitney, Lil Kim; most of all they wanted to know her claim to fame except being the mother of a child to Jamaican Rap Artiste BIGGY SMALLS.

  • I suspect bad news makes good reading; the headline was referring to 30 year old little Kim Il Sung who was catapulted to the Presidency in the DPRK (North Korea), after his father died.
  • Some news emerging from the PPP suggests that Little Cheddie, grandson of the now deceased President Cheddie Jagan and eldest son of Joey Jagan is being actively considered to displace Donald Ramotar in snap elections.
  • No specific date has been set for the snap elections but informed sources are suggesting a Fall 2012 deadline that would somehow synchronise with the America elections in November.      Continue reading

SUGAR: SUGAR-SUGAR

SUGAR: SUGAR-SUGAR                                           01 30 2012

By EWALT AINSWORTH

Eating sugar has nothing to do with it; it is more about what sugar is eating you.

Diabetes is an equal opportunity disease and the spit-press has it that immediate past president, of Guyana, Bharrat Jagdeo is on his way to India to seek medical attention.  No guarantees have been offered because of the deep seated distrust for Western medicine and operatives; he is heading to the motherland in search of a cure.

References have been made to his loud, protracted, malicious and in-appropriate outbursts as symptoms of diabetic anger.  Mr. Jagdeo over the years has not been known to be a physically active and engaging in sport activities.  His diagnosis of suspected diabetes is by shear default.  Continue reading