Posts Tagged ‘Prime Minister Sam Hinds’

Nose blind Ramsammy ducks out from country – By Waltie Ainsworth

Diana- Bring back Anansi – Diana Chapman

Nose blind Ramsammy ducks out from country

By Waltie Ainsworth

Over the Phagwah holiday weekend, reports from Georgetown suggests that prominent PPP central executive member and Minister of Agriculture, Dr Leslie Ramsammy duck out of the country to New York with no immediate plans to return.

Word on the street is that the former Health Minister did not realise the brutal and unbalanced relationship that the party he embraces has with the Guyanese populace. His excuse for leaving is that he has a heart condition, but dem boy seh it more look like nose blind.

Another comrade of similar ilk, Robert Persaud, currently Mines and Environment Minister, has been charged with new responsibilities by former president Bharrat Jagdeo. Robert has to scrub all emails and electronic communication and delete all evidence that points to corruption, graft and drug related offences between and among the Government, Army, central executives and private citizens.  Continue reading

THE 2012 BUDGET: A GUYANESE LIFE CERTIFICATE

SUHANI RAAT (Reggae) – Terry Gajraj – Guyana Baboo

THE 2012 BUDGET: A GUYANESE LIFE CERTIFICATE

By EWALT AINSWORTH                  04 28 2012

The 2012 budget has passed muster; joy is in tandem and the working class will be given a life certificate and an assurance that the corruption, bamboozling, skullduggery, thievery, deception and oppression has ended.  The Party is over.  Shared governance has begun to bear fruit and the PPP cannot handle it.  They cannot sleep, they cannot eat, they cannot rest; the people have been issued a long awaited life certificate. Commonsense has trumped corruption.

The ‘one-man-pappy-show’ as crafted by the duo, Ramotar and Jagdeo has come to a screeching halt.  They too will have a new life certificate; the old ways of exploitation and condemnation are no longer relevant and applicable. They can’t handle it.            Continue reading

THE ESSENTIALITY OF A CHUCK

Chalkdust – The Manifesto

THE ESSENTIALITY OF A CHUCK

By EWALT AINSWORTH                     04 21 2012

The first and only time Prime Minister Sam Hinds had to openly stand up and or stand for anything he messed up.  Sam Hinds has misinformed the masses and has left a bitter taste in the mouth of the comrades in Region 10.  The PM has bamboozled the comrades in Linden and may very well put his own bumbling and fumbling self in harm’s way.  Pressure is building and a chuck may become essential because the folks in Linden are adamant; they are not paying any increases in tariffs now or then.

APNU’s Granger too was never part of the scheme to increase tariffs as alluded to by cunning Finance Minister Ashmi Singh in the 2012 budget and tabled by the Prime Minister.  Some say that Hinds has earned himself the title of persona non grata in his base community and he may very well “get a chuck like Commish Greene and go his merry way.  Mr. Greene bowed to pressure and President Donald Ramotar was happy to see him man-up to his indiscretions.   Continue reading

LINDEN HAS PAID ITS PRICE FOR POWER IN BLOOD

LINDEN HAS PAID ITS PRICE FOR POWER IN BLOOD      

BY EWALT AINSWORTH              04 13 2012

There is a symbiotic relationship between Buxton and Linden and this PPP government, is always gnawing, scratching, scraping and trying to knock back Buxton for not supporting them at the polls last elections.  Linden too did not rise to the occasion for the PPP in spite of the millions and jerseys Lumumba and Mboya paid out, and so they vex unto now.

Historically, the people of Buxton and now Linden have been paying thru their teeth to keep a roof over their heads and food on the table.  No other sector of society has had to make as much sacrifice and adjustments as Linden.  Linden is Buxton.  One in four houses in Linden, houses a resident from Buxton.  The rest of folks came to dormitories from Belladrum, Litchfield, Hopetown, Ithaca, Fern, Alness and Skeldon.           Continue reading