Dear Editor, The withholding of subventions from the Guyana Trades Union Congress (GTUC) and the Critchlow Labour College (CLC) by the government is unjustified.
Dear Editor, The Canada-Guyana Forum is hosting a gathering to bring all Guyanese together in Toronto to mourn the most recent outbreak of violence, the senseless slaughter of the eleven women, men and children, at Lusignan, East Coast Demerara.
Dear Editor, I write with respect to the recent appointment and swearing in of Mr.
Dear Editor, I remember switching channels one night, a while back, and stopping on Channel 9 when I saw a good-looking, well-spoken young man holding 2 puppies, one in each hand.
Dear Editor, “Hope has two daughters. Their names are Anger and Courage; anger at the way things are, and courage to see that they do not remain the way they are.” The Guyana Peace Builders Network expresses its sincere sympathy to the families and friends of those so brutally killed on the fatal morning of January 26 in Lusignan.
Dear Editor, G.P.L. is the only business organisation that I know that is asking its customers to conserve on the use of the product (electricity) it has for sale.
Dear Editor, I wish to convey my most sincere condolences to the families, friends and relatives of the men, women and children who were brutally massacred at Lusignan on Saturday, January 26, 2008.
Dear Editor, Almost a half-century ago, a rare man had a dream in America.
Dear Editor, This Tuesday in America, party members from some 22 to 24 states go to the polls to choose delegates who will get together in the summer to approve the nominee for their party to face off in the general election.
As with everything else in Guyana, the crime situation just had to get totally out of control and people had to protest before there was any obvious sign that efforts were being made to deal with it.
Dear Editor, It is believed, with some justification, that there is collusion between some ranks of the security services and the murderous bandits terrorizing East Coast villages.
Dear Editor, I am not one to enjoy tit for tat letter writing but I will indulge one Mr Martin Benn in his letter captioned “Mr Moseley’s report on the President’s meeting at Mon Repos was not balanced” (08.01.31) about a story I reported on for Capitol News and the CMC Caribbean Newsline.
Dear Editor, I have read and listened with interest to the GPOC ‘camera issue’.
Dear Editor, It has taken four days for me to suppress a knee jerk response to the dastardly act of early Saturday morning that left eleven dead; their families bereaved; their community in shock and dismay; and the entire nation in the disbelief and anguish that fellow citizens can indulge in such inhumane, reprehensible, brutal and savage acts.
Dear Editor, We write to express our shock and abhorrence at the wanton destruction of human lives, more so the lives of innocent little children in the village of Lusignan by gunmen who could only be described as barbaric and bestial.
Dear Editor, I thank Clinton Urling in his letter captioned “Obama is leading the delegate count for the Democratic nomination” (SN 01/02/08) for his compliment on my polling in the Caribbean.
Dear Editor, Please permit me to salute the protestors of the East Coast as well as in Bath Settlement, Berbice, who have been protesting.
Dear Editor, If the government fails to come up with acceptable plans, the business community must force their hand.
Dear Editor, I wish to ask our Indo and Afro-Guyanese peoples to get to know each other again, like the way it was before the 1960’s when dirty politics drove us somewhat apart.
Dear Editor , I refer to a letter captioned “Swami Aksharananda honoured in Mumbai” (08.01.28) and offer congratulations to him on the receipt of this most prestigious award from the Rashtriya Swayam Saywak in India.
Dear Editor, On Thursday, I wrote of “the uncomfortable truths” made obvious at the Lusignan killing grounds.
Dear Editor, I figured that it would probably be expedient to wait until the victims massacred in the depraved and senseless slaughter in Lusignan had been interred, or that process had begun, before expressing my heartfelt condolences and sentiments.
Dear Editor, We must hold our leaders accountable. In a democracy, the people are sovereign-they are the highest form of political authority.
Dear Editor, What is known to us is that the mourning will never really end.