My personal Public Security Ministry

An appeal to the PNC’s City Council

I pay genuine sincere tribute to our more analytical commentators. They analyse core societal issues from academic, philosophical, sociological, even forensic perspectives.

Their insights often foster deeper appreciation of the bases, the history and consequences for the issues societies confront today. I harbour a suspicion that I’m not too capable of those more profound research-based reasonings. So I veer towards bread-and-butter, life-and-death realities. Of course I do depend on some scientific findings and, most of all perhaps, practical experience.

I’m trusting that Vice-President Ramjattan takes to his Public Security mandate his learnings and experience as both politician and attorney. Practical experience too! In his own Campbellville street robberies are not infrequent.

However, I trust that the ….


Our Guyana 2018 – A narco, oil-rich state?

In twelve days’ time – if I make it – I complete another year into my seventies.

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Dreaming of constructive co-existence in 2018

How criminal enterprise pays Some may recall that I did a somewhat provocative piece a few months ago challenging the usage – and aspirations – found in our national motto.

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Goodbyes and Prognostications 2018

  (Okay, you-all know by now that at this time of year I love that word – “prog-nos-ti-ca-tions”.

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Regarding our third coalition Christmas

Let’s agree that many of you – my “regulars” – might be allowing yourselves to be caught up in the hurly-burly homestretch to December 25 that Christmas Day widely known now to be misplaced.

Should you trust those you elected?

Comrade Mrs Santa Claus and “Pashway” in the House The answer to the question, “should you/should we trust elected representatives?” is yes!

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