Letters in Chronicle are fictitious

Dear Editor,
I am not sure whether you would normally read the Guyana Chronicle newspaper, but if you do, I am positive that you would usually vomit or burn the papers after you have read its mountain of lies and propaganda. There is a small group of politically paid letter writers who use false names to protect their identities and their views (or the government’s rather) that will always take centre stage in the letters’ column.

On a few failed occasions I have written to this newspaper without the knowledge that my letters would never be printed, simply because they were arguments about this government and the incompetent and terrible job their unqualified ministers have done. I was later informed that the Guyana Chronicle is controlled by GINA.
It’s a well known fact that once you are aware of your enemy plans then you can easily defeat him/her; maybe the opposition parties should read the letters and they will know what the government is telling the supporters about them.

One of the many shocking discoveries that I made was in the letter section during the first week of February this year. One writer who has never met or had any conversation with me or who is not aware of my political affiliations decided to dedicate her letter to the subject of the Mayor, Mr Hamilton Green, Mr Oliver Hinckson and myself.

Ms Kimberley James, another fictitious name created by a well-known female Guyanese politician, stated that we were the new PNCR evil advocates and were carrying out the works of the opposition party. This is only one of the letters that was written during this period and they were all pointing in one direction.

Today this trend continues and it will never stop because it’s the only way that the PPP/C can get their views to their supporters.
Yours faithfully,
Dorian Massay

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