Different historical frames can have a common denominator

Dear Editor,

I see that Mike Persaud wants to continue his fruitless argument about how wrong I am and that I want to twist history to suit myself. He dismisses my historical references without understanding that historical frames have different objective and subjective factors, but with basic features which can be a common denominator like the coalescing effects of the noble concept of sharing governance.

Alexander the Great understood these principles of governance in 325 bc, but Persaud can’t fathom them 2,300 years later! He brings up Humpty Dumpty to force his argument but all I have to say is to quote what we always sung as teenagers growing up in Guyana:

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall,
All the King’s horses and all the
King’s men didn’t care at all!

Editor, he can continue to write his bunk, but no-one cares at all about Mr Persaud’s thinking and no citizen of Guyana will buy his incoherent reasoning.
So, Editor, the bottom line is that no-one cares at all about his shouts for attention from thousands of miles away, safe and sound in his ‘Humpty-Dumpty’ world.

Yours faithfully,
Cheddi (Joey) Jagan (Jr)

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