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.
Dominica’s announced decision to sign on to ALBA-the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas-has been the subject of some media comment because of its supposed undermining of Caricom.
Dear Editor, I find the statement from President Jagdeo very interesting, when asked about donor support in relation to crime, his reply was “They said they would help but what is their assistance?
Dear Editor, And now what? After all the appropriate things have been said, the platitudinous and sincere; after all the proper poses have been cast, what is to be done?
Dear Editor, Kaieteur News’s gruesome and shocking images of the victims of the Lusignan killing displayed on its front page, crossed the line of decency and serious journalism.
Dear Editor, On behalf of the Guyanese community in Grenada, I would like to extend deepest sympathy to the relatives and friends of those who lost their lives at the hands of those maniacs last Saturday.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Association of Professional Social Workers condemns the senseless killing of residents in Lusignan, and offers sincere condolences to the grieving families.
Dear Editor, I am enraged at the President’s inability to offer any solutions to the crisis facing our country.
Dear Editor, I usually respect Mr. Vishnu Bisram’s analysis and objectivity as a pollster whenever there is a political contest in the Caribbean.
Dear Editor, The gruesome deaths of 11 persons in Lusignan have brought to the fore the fragility of our race relations, the divisiveness, and the willingness of those who hold power to maximize on political points even during national grief.
Dear Editor, In a letter captioned “Many soldiers were upset by the President’s remarks” Mr.
Dear Editor, Our nation has witnessed one of the worst atrocities of its time.
Dear Editor, Firstly, I extend my deepest sympathy to all the bereaved relatives of those killed at Lusignan; and I offer my prayers for peace for all Guyanese at this volatile time.
Dear Editor, Last Sunday I attended the meeting at the Mon Repos School where President Bharrat Jagdeo spoke to residents in outrage at the slaying of the Lusignan eleven.