From Arcadia to Atlanta: The PNC at 60

- Pardoning lawlessness? Ryhaan’s take

Immigrants of quality! Dammit!

And to think I had promised myself not to join real knowledgeables in commenting on People’s National Congress (PNC) leader David Arthur Granger’s remarks to his Party faithful gathered in Atlanta, Georgia, USA two weeks ago.

But because I did present, through this column, my own personalized “series” on “the PNC at Sixty” before and during the October Anniversary reflections and festivities and because I feel I was the first to point in the direction of the 2020 Republic Jubilee Elections amidst Exxon’s imminent Guyana Oil Flow, I thought I should offer a one-time member’s brief take on the issue(s).

Firstly, it has to be intriguing to witness how our political managers and would-be leaders strategise their approaches to either maintain power- or re-capture it. Amidst all of our- the ordinary man’s- daily struggles to live a reasonable life. If not Minister Jordan’s “Good Life”.….


The 2020 Jubilee–and-oil Elections

Sexual misconduct: His Excellency is aware With maximum respect to all, I lay claim at being among the first- if not actually the first to describe National Elections 2020 as the Jubilee–Oil Elections.

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Giving thanks for Minister Jordan’s $500

-His Excellency as Comrade-Leader There are occasions when you are quite aggressively upset with a generosity, a gift, even advice offered when you should accept “philosophically” (as in “calmness of temper and judgement”).

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Frankly Speaking… Christmas: A wonderful, useful lie!

-coming quite soon – development, increases… Yes. Keen observers and readers of this space are correct: I did use a very similar sentiment for my lead caption four (4) years ago.

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His Excellency makes the Doctor sound good

-“Neither here nor there” – Harmon   Of course, it depends on your political perspective and affiliation or sympathy; even your subjective tribal kith-and-kin links and loyalties, combined perhaps with your reasonably thought-out strategy for personal survival, then progress, which easily or eventually colours your assessments of our current national leaders.

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Reading Henry Jeffrey – On Laws and Courts

Just a few weeks ago, whilst reviewing from a very personal perspective, the six decades of the People’s National Congress (PNC), I recalled the political crossovers of two ideological players.

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