The inner devastation

From deep inside the belly of our society, like a quiet hookworm eating away at the core of our country, a devastating social decay is overtaking our people.

We don’t see any monumental outward sign of this inner crumbling. The devastation is slow, hidden and happens bit by bit, just like the Atlantic Ocean eroding our coastline one speck of dirt at a time. You cannot see it happening, but the effects of the decay show up to devastating effect eventually.

Such it is with the Guyanese homeland today. Our social decay has reached a point of devastation, and we  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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