Posts Tagged ‘Sam Hinds’

PM Hinds Booted – By Waltie Ainsworth

Black Stalin – The marriage

PM Hinds Booted

This Lenten and Mashramani season, comes shrouded with loud drama and disappointment.

Top of the list is the resignation of Prime Minister, Sam Hinds.  Sam apparently disbarred a judge for having jailed his son who has a perennial problem with criminal behaviours. Immediately after a closed door meeting with President Jagdeo on Mashramani weekend, the Office of the President announced that Ms Elisabeth Harper would take his place and contest the upcoming May 11th Mother’s Day elections.

Sam Hinds, this writer has been told that never had a list of duties. Sam Hinds also took it personal that they were putting a woman to replace him as Prime Minister.  Continue reading

EUSI KWAYANA: SILENCE IS NOT A CHOICE

GIVE THE PEOPLE WHAT THEY WANT / THE O’JAYS

EUSI  KWAYANA: SILENCE  IS NOT A CHOICE

By EWALT AINSWORTH                                                      07 19 2012

ALUTA CONTINUA. “Silence is not a choice” says Eusi Kwayana and is calling for a crusade to resist and desist from the entrapments of the PPP government  to create chaos as more and more homes of PPP activists are set alight and punctuate the Linden night sky.  Some government buildings too are being targeted and the usual volunteers to put out the fires are thumbing their noses at the rancid Prime Minster, Sam Hinds (missing in action.)

Kwayana wants peace loving people in the aftermath of the Linden slayings by police not to become historical and hysterical but to stand wherever they are and protest.    Continue reading

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Chalkdust – Hymns my parents sang

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By Ewalt Ainsworth               04 22 2012

Over the last weekend the ‘regulars of Ottawa’ (RoW GROUP) had a slight lime, biscuit and tea, dry food and mauby, rum and conkee, and carambola salt fish and bake  with other  finger foods was served.  The lime was in remembrance of  the untimely departure of one of their own Mr. Dennis Humphrey.  And in typical GT style, songs of faith and hope and a dash of sarcasm made the all night vigil more than what was originally budgeted and planned.    Continue reading