Executive injustice? A “national” response?

-Christmas and the central committee

Soon. Soon it’ll be twenty years since I’ve been permitted to share my man-in-the-street, working-class, biased views through this medium. I give profuse thanks.

But over the last months, unlike nearly-paranoid, commentators, I tire of our society’s negatives. I’m not that escapist, but the overwhelming stress does get to me when I can’t experience – even create – more good than (national) backwardness stress or mischief.

I succumb briefly today to share my strong frank views expressed to a friend born in Africa, who also lived in other societies before “anchoring” in Guyana for quite a few years now. He was/is so concerned and upset over …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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