Costly blunders, avoidable embarrassments Regarding my lead caption and issue(s), I have to be extremely cautious lest I upset a few readers.
– No Guyanese illegals at the Southern Border? Two introductory points upfront: since numerous analysts, commentators and editorial writers will assess the PPP government’s performance after one year at the end of July, I offer cursory comments rights now – after nine months; and secondly, as I frequently do, I concede that I’m not capable of the more scientific “political analyses”.
– Vintage Kaiso fuh so on yuh radio… Endure or enjoy today’s lecturette, ramblings, waffle.
Wanton deliberate murder, then manslaughter Hello Readers all, welcome to today’s miscellany; my potpourri of mostly practical “issues of national significance.”
-Pandemic humour … I believe that it’s the United Nations Organisation – the UN – which determines how far out or how much of a sea or ocean belongs to some country that is contiguous to that mighty body of water.
Me kite, you balluh? Perhaps unashamedly, most of the sentiments of my lead caption are repeats from almost exactly three years ago.
God still `loves’ criminals and riggers? My lead caption will be dealt with by way of personalised levity and very serious recall.
Managing Guyana’s two “Forces” Little St. Vincent, no derelicts Come reflect quickly with me on a few very basic principles and realities regarding democratic representation.
-Loving Guyana from afar, Mosa. Hello friends y’all be tolerant. Because as I proceed rather swiftly – chronologically and mentally(?),
-After one year, Penny believes her PNC Look, I promise (myself) to leave this sensitive national issue, of thievery by executives in public offices, to others for a long while.
“One People”? Desist! Over the twenty-eight years of the life of this working-man’s column it has been easy for me to be consistent with both my general and specific views regarding the Black/African man’s presence and contribution to mankind’s existence.
Black history month, White history always Only you can decide if this PNC meeting did take place as is about to be described.
-“Honourable”? Look give me a break! Good grief friends, stealing should never be about “better”, or “more”.
– The dumb-boy and the commissioner It happens, almost ‘naturally’, when a newly-elected government spends its first weeks in office.
Alas! I’ll never see these other things here As a young student–teacher, in my bygone days, I was taught to employ “repetition–for–emphasis” when appropriate.
Accepting a black-and-brown America Rajdai is not an actual person. But this narrative is based on what actually happened to an Indo-Guyanese young lady just like her.
Please save our, Brigadier’s Park! and these Gorillas! Hello friends – both “regulars” and newcomers to this man-in-the–street column – come share, with me, my brief lamentations, concerns and a few expectations as 2021 gains its two-week momentum.
How to `co-operate’ with riggers I’ll concede upfront that today’s offering might come off as a bit of a ramble not too coherently fashioned.
Serious prognostications, fun predictions The DNA – Deoxyribonucleic Acid is the genetic identification unique to organisms.
Happy Holidays to our Prime Ministers I know that Guyana’s late legend of local trade unionism Hubert Nathaniel Critchlow was fond of reminding folks that “Politics follows you from the cradle to the grave.”