Georgetown seems doomed counsel Redundant • Repetition • Unnecessary • Superfluous • Really not needed • These were the words reflecting my own honest belief and conclusion that it was/is not at all necessary for me to join the raging debate about the SARS-Cov 2 corona (family) disease spawned by the first virus and now, its variants.
The justice that terrorists love I suppose it’s somewhat natural that those of us past seventy, eighty will frequently recall the days of our youth.
MS Ferguson-Again; locked out, shut down Since the May 26, 1966 declaration of “independence” successive governments, determined to woo foreign investors, seemingly liked the popular usage “Guyana is open for business.”
Pity, sad that I’ll never live to SEE… Way in the days of yore – my bygone past – former PNC Minister Annette Ferguson is the type of lady – physically – I just loved.
Sars Cov-2: Responding to all variants This, of course, is my own simplified sequence of modern-day intervention – both “subliminal” and openly direct – by the United States of America (USA) into our local colonial and post-colonial politics.
Former GDF officers can’t `humiliate’ themselves I willingly admit, concede that for years I’ve been addicted to the Cable Television Channels such as the BBC, Al Jazeera, Fox News and CNN – among others.
Concerning honor and legacy Despite my captioned issues today being appropriate for in depth attention, appreciate my relative brevity.
-The Olympics, me and Guyana Let’s declare the whole of August “Emancipation Month” for this column of twenty-eight years.
An Opposition supports the government! Hello readers: after you’ve taken in other columns, commentaries, and voluminous letters offering serious, scientific dissertations and analyses, I herein invite you – especially the over-sixties who will hopefully interest their youth (Dot.com)
Hardly likely I’ll ever live to see… Because I’ve been at this repeatedly over past years, I must be brief, succinct.
What new protest(s) today? Remember always – I hardly make you forget – that this is the working class layman’s perspective of things.
Between March and August last year folks supporting the sanctimonious Brigadier-President utilized every subterfuge to execute elections thievery.
– Current Capital City, new town, new bridge Very mistakenly, when I received my two shots of the Sputnik V coronavirus disease (COVID) vaccines weeks ago, I thought that it had the approval of the World Health Organization (WHO).
Final farewell to a diligent professional Sorry to personalise this offering very briefly but over the past week a sudden personal loss proved a major mental distraction for me.
You realise that if two bandits rob and kill your grandmother in her bedroom one night, two feet in front of you, and you escape to inform the police, the two murderers charged become “suspects”.
Parents burying their children As one’s life on earth – even, yes even in big beautiful blighted Guyana – passes seventy and eighty, one makes time to reflect, wonder, lament and hope.
The tragedy and politics of floods My captioned three-part miscellany – or potpourri – will be as brief as they are diverse today.
Our police travails – real and fake (?) My own vital formative years – six to twenty-one – were spent in the George-town ward of Alberttown.
– Poor me, I’ll never see… In the past two columns I wondered whether the People’s National Congress (PNC) leader David Arthur Ganger was “fully retired”.
Costly blunders, avoidable embarrassments Regarding my lead caption and issue(s), I have to be extremely cautious lest I upset a few readers.