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President Donald Ramotar made his final push into the mining town of Linden under heavy security.

EVERY SNITCH IS A BITCH                 08 18 2012


Anonymity is the order of the day in Guyana.  The ‘evilolution’ is in forward gear and any person, man, woman, child; Douglar, Putagee, Buck, Coolie or Darkie;  Linden, Buxton, Canje, Zorg or  Jacklow seen talking to another outside of his or her circle is punished.

Viveeta, a chic from Panama and married to a Lindenite is suffering from PTSD and is swearing never to return to her adopted homeland.  Second day into the 10-day family re-union and vacation in GT had to cut short her trip.  She went to a house party in classy Watooka and stepped outside to take a phone call.  She said she was man-handled by an anonymous person.  The slender but dread-locked economist said she was visibly shaken and that very minute made the decision to “tassay” with her husband and jumped on the first flight back to Miami.               Continue reading

AFC warns President against ignoring opposition motions on Linden electricity hike

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AFC warns President against ignoring opposition motions on Linden electricity hike 

Demerara Waves – June 21, 2012

The Alliance For Change (AFC) on Thursday warned the President Donald Ramotar administration that ignoring an opposition motion to block an increase in electricity tariffs in Linden could lead to unrest.

AFC Chairman, Khemraj Ramjattan could not immediately say whether his party would support a motion by the opposition coalition A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) that aims to stop government from charging Lindeners more for electricity from July 1.    Continue reading

UG’s staff and students issue ultimatum to Ramotar

Demerara Waves January 27, 2012.

Staff and students’ organisations of theUniversityofGuyanaFriday decided to issue an ultimatum to President Donald Ramotar to explain what is happening at the tertiary institution.

A well-placed source told Demerara Waves Online News ( ) that if the Guyanese leader does not respond by Wednesday unrest on campus would intensify.

Sparked off by the termination of Political Science lecturer, Freddie Kissoon’s contract and no offer of future employment, two successive days of picketing demonstrations have been already held outside theAdministrationBuildingat UG’s Turkeyen Campus.

The Workers Union (UGWU), Senior Staff Association (UGSSA) and the Students Society (UGSS) have come together to mount what they term “Operation Rescue UG.”  Continue reading