Congress Place did not convene a big general War-Room session for weeks.
Coming very soon: GT’s Christmas chaos Hello readers. To be sure, this is another deliberate attempt today to do my escapist time-out from our daily doses of disease, traffic fatalities, crime and – yes – politics and electoral campaigning.
-an innocent beautiful bank robber? Slightly personally upset that I didn’t avoid the local politics today.
-Last week’s significant quotes For citizens concerned. Do you find time to consider the status, character, integrity and/or abilities of those who assume positions of authority to direct and manage our national life?
Our 2020 Prime Minister? Believe it or not fellow-citizens it was a news–item about the evening/night-time hazards and criminality around Georgetown’s Stabroek Square which motivated my lead captions – and issue – shared here.
-Politicising even the cricket? The official description for our February 23 national holiday is Republic Day.
-His Excellency’s master-class – 2018-2020 As I indicated in my nostalgia piece two Fridays ago, I grew up in the city ward of Alberttown.
-Will we ever, ever enjoy `civilized’ electricity? So who are “PPP People” – mentioned in today’s lead caption?
Elections: What’s to lose? Or gain? -The Politics of Perks and Privilege Though still a slight touch of poitics hereunder, I invite you-all to share some snap-shots of personalized nostalgia.
– Exploiting `compromise’ strategically `Officer’ Lowenfield: The man in command I know I would have quoted His Excellency’s Under-rated “Quip” – “Because I en leafing fuh juss now” – many columns ago.
-Concerning our National Insurance Scheme Fresh off their latest “General Council”, the First Vice-President’s encounter in Berbice, the First Lady at Brooklyn’s Carnival as Grand Marshall and a non-noisy (?) fund raiser on Brickdam, the People’s National Congress (PNC) comrades convened another election campaign war room strategy session.
Good-Life’ oil-money vouchers? Hello friends. Hi “electorate”- those of you eligible to and will probably vote.
That B.A.M.N. PNC Victory! Sophia, Capoey, Greenheart and Papcaan! De-emphasising politics and other national headaches today, I return, however briefly, to that modern day social phenomenon that both intrigues and irritates me.
-Our vital institutions – A layman’s lament I was thinking of alerting my Editor that every Friday I would just record repetitively, my personally-held refrain: That the PNC – masquerading as “APNU” – will triumph at the next elections whenever His Excellency so proclaims them.
-Image versus reality… Greetings friends. I won’t completely avoid traffic fatalities, court decisions, murder, robbery, rape and local politics today.
Despite excellent delaying strategies by His Excellency’s People’s National Congress (PNC) dominance, circumstances – dictated from without – have now propelled all interested into top-flight elections mode.
Maintaining relevance: Reasonings and groundings (Reasonably certain that today’s offering will finally be among the most brief.) Repetition beckons as I remind you-all of my own conclusions regarding (local) general elections.
I agree: Land for working-class Afros Hello friends, hello critics. My simple ageing mind wishes to simplify the advice implicit in my lead caption – non tribalist, observation, analysis, decision, hopefully a national objective decision regarding which political group you prefer in government beyond 2019.
-I’ve been telling you! Staying B.A.M.N The seven decades-long political behemoths to stalk this once-pristine Guyana land – as political parties – have begun, in earnest, their election strategies to retain or reclaim governmental dominion over us.
“This land is my land” I return briefly to the issue of choices before and whenever His Excellency “proclaims” the elections date.