AFC `hijacked’ by pro-PNC faction- Henry Jeffrey

The Alliance For Change (AFC) has been “hijacked” by the pro-PNC faction in its executive, according to political analyst, Dr Henry Jeffrey.

Writing in his Future Notes column in Wednesday’s edition of Stabroek News, Jeffrey cited the recent upheaval that had buffeted the governing coalition partner over the unilateral selection of a Gecom Chairman and which led to the withdrawal of its Canadian arm.

Noting that the AFC’s declared purpose on formation in 2005 was to “bridge the racial divide that had resulted from the dominance of the two major ethnic parties (PPP/C and PNCR)” and to transform governance, Jeffrey asserted that the party has not delivered and is now on the defensive. 

“..here we are today: notwithstanding all the promises, governance, far from being transformed appears now set upon a dangerously reactionary course. Indeed, with the AFC firmly asleep in bed with the PNCR, the leader of the latter took to a National Assembly made turbulent by his unilateral decision to select the chairperson of Gecom, trying to hood-wink the Guyanese people that the coalition is ushering in opportunities and laying ‘the basis for a system of inclusionary democracy!’ How and why did this occur?”

 

Columnist Ralph Ramkarran in his column in the last Sunday Stabroek had also criticised President David Granger’s address to Parliament for suggesting that the coalition’s brand of governance was `winner-does-not-take-it-all’.

Jeffrey, who has had a long association with both the PNCR and the PPP/C,  argued that the core of the Canadian chapter’s quarrel with the AFC was that it is managed by an unresponsive oligarchy.

“One only needs to look at how stable their leaderships are to recognise that usually all political parties based upon similar archaic organisational arrangements are oligarchies that behave similarly. Indeed, given its multiethnic nature and the general hostility many in the membership felt against both the PNC and PPP, the decision to join with the PNC, matters not how necessary to oust the PPP/C, was bound to be viewed with suspicion. Nonetheless, it was seen by many both internally and externally as a sensible exercise of leadership.  The problem is that the vast majority of those who supported the PNCR/AFC alliance considered it as a relatively short/medium term arrangement to dislodge the PPP/C and implement constitutional reforms and this would have kept the party independent and vibrant in keeping with its founding credo”, Jeffrey stated.

However, Jeffrey said what makes the oligarchy now in charge of the AFC appear more estranged from its membership is that the visions that at present move it and the membership are now miles apart.

 “While the membership is still largely motivated by the original vision of an independent party, the leadership now sees its future as intricately and permanently linked to that of the coalition with APNU, and this cannot be successfully explained to the whole membership. The party has been hijacked by the PNC faction lodged in the oligarchy!”, Jeffrey declared.

He said that a good indication of this is found in the fact that the vitality of the AFC as an independent party rests upon some of the most popular aspects of proposed constitutional reform, e.g., post-election coalitions and more autonomous constituencies.

“Yet the victory of the pro-PNC oligarchs has been so decisive that this instrument of the AFC’s liberation and development has been placed in its own hands without its being able to utilise it. Indeed, the AFC’s leadership finds itself in the invidious position of having to publicly justify the ‘progress’ the coalition has made on constitutional reform!”, Jeffrey charged.

A promise by the APNU+AFC coalition of rapid constitutional reform within months of taking office has collapsed. Two and a half years later nothing has begun.

While noting that politics is a dynamic process and things could change Jeffrey said it appeared to him that the AFC oligarchs who lost the contest for leadership of the party have obviously made their peace with the current arrangements office has collapsed. Two and a half years later nothing has begun.

While noting that politics is a dynamic process and things could change Jeffrey said it appeared to him that the AFC oligarchs who lost the contest for leadership of the party have obviously made their peace with the current arrangements something substantial?  But perhaps our political history contains a hopeful lesson for the alienated membership of the AFC. It is said that the party originated in a desire to recreate the 1950s Jagan/Burnham – Ramjattan/Trotman – experiment with national unity and if so, its reemergence may also be located there. On that occasion the split in the oligarchy that controlled the PPP led to Forbes Burnham’s defeat; a split in the party and his subsequent formation of the PNC”, Jeffrey noted.

The AFC is currently being led by former PNCR MP Raphael Trotman. He was a surprise winner at the party’s elections earlier this year over the incumbent Khemraj Ramjattan, a former PPP/C MP. Originally it has been a three-way race for leadership along with Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo but he withdrew shortly before the election.

The AFC says it was not consulted on Granger’s controversial selection of retired Justice James Patterson as Chairman. However, at the meeting at State House at which Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo was notified, Trotman was present. Neither Trotman nor the AFC has said in what capacity he was present at that meeting. Trotman.

SOURCE = Stabroek News

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Supporters of the PPP should examine options for starting an alternative party.

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November 9,2017

Dear Editor,

Mr. Jagdeo and the PPP have been making a lot of public noise recently as they try to capitalize on some of the coalition’s mishandling of a number of major issues.  While the Coalition has indeed provided ample reason to question their government, supporters of the PPP should also remember that the PPP failed Guyanese on a number of crucial areas while seeming to take advantage of their supporters’ own allegiance.  Some of the issues we would do well to remember, and why also the supporters of the PPP should reconsider their support for their party and examine options for starting an alternative party are:

  1. Under the PPP administration GuySuCo’s profitability eroded during the last 10 years of its government, jeopardizing the welfare of sugar workers. Although this was partly due to the reduction in prices offered for sugar by the EU, Mr. Jagdeo’s personal involvement in the decision to sink US$200 million into the Skeldon operations was very probably the final straw for GuySuCo as allegations surfaced that he disregarded advice which would have seen him choosing a more reputable and experienced Indian firm at a lower cost.  Plans to address the corporation’s diversification were dragged out and yielded little up until the PPP’s exit in 2015 when the corporation required financial support from taxpayers.  Although the current administration has recently committed to not shutting down its operations, the corporation’s future remains in question as many workers’ issues remain unresolved.
  2. The PPP’s embrace of corruption reached such proportions that it creeped into the major organizations overseeing the operations of the rice sector. Allegations were made of payments being made to select supporters while many other rice farmers were placed in financial difficulties as they were underpaid for their produce, or payments were delayed inordinate amounts of time.
  3. The PPP administration demonstrated disdain and disregard for both public and private sector workers from 1999 onwards, neglecting to recognize that many of Guyana’s workers suffered tremendously as a result of the policy reforms which were a result of the economic transformation that was effected to address Guyana’s economic crisis coming out of the 1980s. Even after the first fifteen years in office, the PPP administration consistently handed out annual increases of the order of 5 per cent to public servants.  Govern-ment’s wages policies heavily influenced that of the private sector so that today, much of Guyana’s work force get by on depressed wages.
  4. A declared socialist based party, the PPP from its early years in office frustrated investment prospects which could have done much to reduce unemployment levels, raise incomes and potentially raise Guyana’s status internationally. The fruits of its efforts in this direction were brought to bear as Guyana’s economic growth averaged 0.6 per cent from 1999 when Mr. Jagdeo took office to 2004, the year prior to the flood. A memorable instance was that of a Malaysian company, where that company’s machinery was left so long uncleared by the GRA that decay set in and the company threatened to withdraw from the country.
  5. Many of the so-called foreign direct investment schemes during the PPP’s terms were in fact dressing to quell claims by the opposition that the PPP government was not doing enough to attract investment, stimulate economic growth and address our crucial unemployment issues. The investment in Linden yielded little or nothing for the town and Guyana.  The highly touted Bai Shan Lin venture was subject to claims of corruption which included undervaluing of exports and massive duty waivers, which in total amounted to an abuse of Guyana’s resources by this company.
  6. Petty corruption on a massive scale became part and parcel of government operations as businesses and private individuals were routinely placed over a barrel to have their imports processed and many other government services provided.
  7. The press has documented instances of allegations of the PPP’s involvement with, and solicitation of the services of individuals linked to narcotics and crime. This practice along with the administration’s record on corruption effectively put a damper on investment in Guyana.   International organizations had also made claims of the government facilitating money laundering and narcotics activity, which exacerbated negative perceptions about Guyana internationally.
  8. A few of the PPP’s ministers had gone beyond the law, but had never been brought to justice. This disregard and abuse of our laws by the PPP is one of the bigger issues which stands against the PPP ever returning to office.
  9. The PPP sought to dominate the media by rationing its advertisements in the press. To widen its influence on the public domain it made selective issuances of radio licences to a number of its supporters.  The local media, particularly Channel 6, endured intimidation as the station continually embarrassed the government on numerous issues.
  10. Finally, the PPP’s penchant for misusing taxpayers’ money is very probably unsurpassed and unmatched in the Caribbean region, from the misuse of NIS funds to build the Berbice bridge, which now costs so much as to make travel for some prohibitive, to the Marriott fiasco which needs no further disclosure here.

These are the main issues the supporters of the PPP need to consider before throwing their weight behind the PPP again.  Because if the PPP were ever allowed back into office again, it is an almost certainty that they will pick up exactly where they left off.

Yours faithfully,

Craig Sylvester

PM picketed by PPP/C supporters at Berbice school graduations

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Nov.9,2017

Django posted:

Supporters of the PPP should examine options for starting an alternative party.

Source

November 9,2017

Dear Editor,

Mr. Jagdeo and the PPP have been making a lot of public noise recently as they try to capitalize on some of the coalition’s mishandling of a number of major issues.  While the Coalition has indeed provided ample reason to question their government, supporters of the PPP should also remember that the PPP failed Guyanese on a number of crucial areas while seeming to take advantage of their supporters’ own allegiance.  Some of the issues we would do well to remember, and why also the supporters of the PPP should reconsider their support for their party and examine options for starting an alternative party are:

  1. Under the PPP administration GuySuCo’s profitability eroded during the last 10 years of its government, jeopardizing the welfare of sugar workers. Although this was partly due to the reduction in prices offered for sugar by the EU, Mr. Jagdeo’s personal involvement in the decision to sink US$200 million into the Skeldon operations was very probably the final straw for GuySuCo as allegations surfaced that he disregarded advice which would have seen him choosing a more reputable and experienced Indian firm at a lower cost.  Plans to address the corporation’s diversification were dragged out and yielded little up until the PPP’s exit in 2015 when the corporation required financial support from taxpayers.  Although the current administration has recently committed to not shutting down its operations, the corporation’s future remains in question as many workers’ issues remain unresolved.
  2. The PPP’s embrace of corruption reached such proportions that it creeped into the major organizations overseeing the operations of the rice sector. Allegations were made of payments being made to select supporters while many other rice farmers were placed in financial difficulties as they were underpaid for their produce, or payments were delayed inordinate amounts of time.
  3. The PPP administration demonstrated disdain and disregard for both public and private sector workers from 1999 onwards, neglecting to recognize that many of Guyana’s workers suffered tremendously as a result of the policy reforms which were a result of the economic transformation that was effected to address Guyana’s economic crisis coming out of the 1980s. Even after the first fifteen years in office, the PPP administration consistently handed out annual increases of the order of 5 per cent to public servants.  Govern-ment’s wages policies heavily influenced that of the private sector so that today, much of Guyana’s work force get by on depressed wages.
  4. A declared socialist based party, the PPP from its early years in office frustrated investment prospects which could have done much to reduce unemployment levels, raise incomes and potentially raise Guyana’s status internationally. The fruits of its efforts in this direction were brought to bear as Guyana’s economic growth averaged 0.6 per cent from 1999 when Mr. Jagdeo took office to 2004, the year prior to the flood. A memorable instance was that of a Malaysian company, where that company’s machinery was left so long uncleared by the GRA that decay set in and the company threatened to withdraw from the country.
  5. Many of the so-called foreign direct investment schemes during the PPP’s terms were in fact dressing to quell claims by the opposition that the PPP government was not doing enough to attract investment, stimulate economic growth and address our crucial unemployment issues. The investment in Linden yielded little or nothing for the town and Guyana.  The highly touted Bai Shan Lin venture was subject to claims of corruption which included undervaluing of exports and massive duty waivers, which in total amounted to an abuse of Guyana’s resources by this company.
  6. Petty corruption on a massive scale became part and parcel of government operations as businesses and private individuals were routinely placed over a barrel to have their imports processed and many other government services provided.
  7. The press has documented instances of allegations of the PPP’s involvement with, and solicitation of the services of individuals linked to narcotics and crime. This practice along with the administration’s record on corruption effectively put a damper on investment in Guyana.   International organizations had also made claims of the government facilitating money laundering and narcotics activity, which exacerbated negative perceptions about Guyana internationally.
  8. A few of the PPP’s ministers had gone beyond the law, but had never been brought to justice. This disregard and abuse of our laws by the PPP is one of the bigger issues which stands against the PPP ever returning to office.
  9. The PPP sought to dominate the media by rationing its advertisements in the press. To widen its influence on the public domain it made selective issuances of radio licences to a number of its supporters.  The local media, particularly Channel 6, endured intimidation as the station continually embarrassed the government on numerous issues.
  10. Finally, the PPP’s penchant for misusing taxpayers’ money is very probably unsurpassed and unmatched in the Caribbean region, from the misuse of NIS funds to build the Berbice bridge, which now costs so much as to make travel for some prohibitive, to the Marriott fiasco which needs no further disclosure here.

These are the main issues the supporters of the PPP need to consider before throwing their weight behind the PPP again.  Because if the PPP were ever allowed back into office again, it is an almost certainty that they will pick up exactly where they left off.

Yours faithfully,

Craig Sylvester

Hey Django, you and Craig can haul y'all behinds. Y'all want to 'devide' the PPP but we the people will multiply membership and stand united.

Dave posted:
Gilbakka posted:

Since PNC hijacked  AFC

And since  PNC hijacked   APNU

And  since  PNC hijacked  GECOM Chair

Therefore  PNC will  hijack 2020 voting.

SIMPLE  ARITHMETIC

 

Gilly ... are you Mamood Shaw 

Who are you?

Gilly is Django chota bhai.

That's enough for you.

Django posted:

PM picketed by PPP/C supporters at Berbice school graduations

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Nov.9,2017

this is all the collie people jagdeo can pay come on guys from GNI haul your ass in guyana and help your mouth cannot do it here

Gilbakka posted:
Dave posted:
Gilbakka posted:

Since PNC hijacked  AFC

And since  PNC hijacked   APNU

And  since  PNC hijacked  GECOM Chair

Therefore  PNC will  hijack 2020 voting.

SIMPLE  ARITHMETIC

 

Gilly ... are you Mamood Shaw 

Who are you?

Gilly is Django chota bhai.

That's enough for you.

Rass , understand if you don’t want to identify yourself . I asked, cause I know Shaw personally .. and seeing your association with PPP , was trying to fit the puzzle .

knowing the books you read .. I can read between the lines . I was train by Beast

Gilbakka posted:
Django posted:

Supporters of the PPP should examine options for starting an alternative party.

Source

November 9,2017

 

Craig Sylvester

Hey Django, you and Craig can haul y'all behinds. Y'all want to 'devide' the PPP but we the people will multiply membership and stand united.

Change the leader!! membership will increase by umpteen folds.

 

Supporters of the PPP should examine options for starting an alternative party.

Source

November 9,2017

Dear Editor,

Mr. Jagdeo and the PPP have been making a lot of public noise recently as they try to capitalize on some of the coalition’s mishandling of a number of major issues.  While the Coalition has indeed provided ample reason to question their government, supporters of the PPP should also remember that the PPP failed Guyanese on a number of crucial areas while seeming to take advantage of their supporters’ own allegiance.  Some of the issues we would do well to remember, and why also the supporters of the PPP should reconsider their support for their party and examine options for starting an alternative party... 

Yours faithfully,

Craig Sylvester

Yesterday, Trump, hoping to get Democratic support for the new tax plan told 5 Democratic leaders that his accountant told him that his taxes will get killed by the new tax plan. Looks like Craig Sylvester is pursuing the same con. Apparently he is worried by an intact and unified PPP. 

Dave posted:
Gilbakka posted:

Since PNC hijacked  AFC

And since  PNC hijacked   APNU

And  since  PNC hijacked  GECOM Chair

Therefore  PNC will  hijack 2020 voting.

SIMPLE  ARITHMETIC

 

Gilly ... are you Mamood Shaw 

No. Mamood Shaw is from Dundee, Mahaicony.  Gilly is not from deh.

Bibi Haniffa posted:
Dave posted:
Gilbakka posted:

Since PNC hijacked  AFC

And since  PNC hijacked   APNU

And  since  PNC hijacked  GECOM Chair

Therefore  PNC will  hijack 2020 voting.

SIMPLE  ARITHMETIC

 

Gilly ... are you Mamood Shaw 

No. Mamood Shaw is from Dundee, Mahaicony.  Gilly is not from deh.

Shaw from Enmore

Bibi Haniffa posted:
Dave posted:
Gilbakka posted:

Since PNC hijacked  AFC

And since  PNC hijacked   APNU

And  since  PNC hijacked  GECOM Chair

Therefore  PNC will  hijack 2020 voting.

SIMPLE  ARITHMETIC

 

Gilly ... are you Mamood Shaw 

No. Mamood Shaw is from Dundee, Mahaicony.  Gilly is not from deh.

Madam,why are you giving out hints about people info ?

Dave posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
Dave posted:
Gilbakka posted:

Since PNC hijacked  AFC

And since  PNC hijacked   APNU

And  since  PNC hijacked  GECOM Chair

Therefore  PNC will  hijack 2020 voting.

SIMPLE  ARITHMETIC

 

Gilly ... are you Mamood Shaw 

No. Mamood Shaw is from Dundee, Mahaicony.  Gilly is not from deh.

Shaw from Enmore

Bhai,you know people from Enmore,i am trying to connect with an old friend,can you help?

Django posted:
Dave posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
Dave posted:
Gilbakka posted:

Since PNC hijacked  AFC

And since  PNC hijacked   APNU

And  since  PNC hijacked  GECOM Chair

Therefore  PNC will  hijack 2020 voting.

SIMPLE  ARITHMETIC

 

Gilly ... are you Mamood Shaw 

No. Mamood Shaw is from Dundee, Mahaicony.  Gilly is not from deh.

Shaw from Enmore

Bhai,you know people from Enmore,i am trying to connect with an old friend,can you help?

Frank Anthony is from Enmore.  

Bibi Haniffa posted:
Django posted:
Dave posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
Dave posted:
Gilbakka posted:

Since PNC hijacked  AFC

And since  PNC hijacked   APNU

And  since  PNC hijacked  GECOM Chair

Therefore  PNC will  hijack 2020 voting.

SIMPLE  ARITHMETIC

 

Gilly ... are you Mamood Shaw 

No. Mamood Shaw is from Dundee, Mahaicony.  Gilly is not from deh.

Shaw from Enmore

Bhai,you know people from Enmore,i am trying to connect with an old friend,can you help?

Frank Anthony is from Enmore.  

Suh you telling to make connection with Frank, maybe i can get info to connect with my old friend.

Bibi Haniffa posted:
Django posted:
Dave posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
Dave posted:
Gilbakka posted:

Since PNC hijacked  AFC

And since  PNC hijacked   APNU

And  since  PNC hijacked  GECOM Chair

Therefore  PNC will  hijack 2020 voting.

SIMPLE  ARITHMETIC

 

Gilly ... are you Mamood Shaw 

No. Mamood Shaw is from Dundee, Mahaicony.  Gilly is not from deh.

Shaw from Enmore

Bhai,you know people from Enmore,i am trying to connect with an old friend,can you help?

Frank Anthony is from Enmore.  

you have your information wrong 

The PPP need to rebrand them self if they hope to win the next election and stand out against the PNC.

jagdeo need a back seat... provide guidance ... but not a dictator attitude .

lets be real .... should guyana be divide  between Indian and blacks . Majority of Indians  would not want Jagdeo as their leader .

jagdeo pushing his ass on the front line like Indian saviour is doing harm to the ppp currently , but he appear as the “king “because Indians and a section of other races have no other political party to turn to.

should he stop been selfish , he should bring Nigel Hudge as the presidential candidate and Frank Anthony as the Prime Minister . Nigel would have protesters every night at Gecom office . 

PNC is not afraid of PPP .

The pack of idiots jagdeo has around him needs to go. You don’t curse the hand that feeds you ... they after the US at every opportunity .

with a rebrand of PPP , it will be seen as a people’s party , and that’s what Guyanese want ... no division .

 

 

 

Django posted:
Dave posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
Dave posted:
Gilbakka posted:

Since PNC hijacked  AFC

And since  PNC hijacked   APNU

And  since  PNC hijacked  GECOM Chair

Therefore  PNC will  hijack 2020 voting.

SIMPLE  ARITHMETIC

 

Gilly ... are you Mamood Shaw 

No. Mamood Shaw is from Dundee, Mahaicony.  Gilly is not from deh.

Shaw from Enmore

Bhai,you know people from Enmore,i am trying to connect with an old friend,can you help?

Know a few people , was me hangout area 

warrior posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
Django posted:
Dave posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
Dave posted:
Gilbakka posted:

Since PNC hijacked  AFC

And since  PNC hijacked   APNU

And  since  PNC hijacked  GECOM Chair

Therefore  PNC will  hijack 2020 voting.

SIMPLE  ARITHMETIC

 

Gilly ... are you Mamood Shaw 

No. Mamood Shaw is from Dundee, Mahaicony.  Gilly is not from deh.

Shaw from Enmore

Bhai,you know people from Enmore,i am trying to connect with an old friend,can you help?

Frank Anthony is from Enmore.  

you have your information wrong 

Nope , I know where Shaw is living . Shaw Son in law is from dundee

Dave,

Rebranding is EXTREMELY important. The FreeDumb house needs wake up and smell the coffee. Granger and the PNC are like a low hanging fruits.

Jagdeo needs to step aside and let the rebranding start by next summer at the latest. 

Guyana needs to end this tit for tat and unite the country for good.

Good call Dave.

Dave posted:

The PPP need to rebrand them self if they hope to win the next election and stand out against the PNC.

jagdeo need a back seat... provide guidance ... but not a dictator attitude .

lets be real .... should guyana be divide  between Indian and blacks . Majority of Indians  would not want Jagdeo as their leader .

jagdeo pushing his ass on the front line like Indian saviour is doing harm to the ppp currently , but he appear as the “king “because Indians and a section of other races have no other political party to turn to.

should he stop been selfish , he should bring Nigel Hudge as the presidential candidate and Frank Anthony as the Prime Minister . Nigel would have protesters every night at Gecom office . 

PNC is not afraid of PPP .

The pack of idiots jagdeo has around him needs to go. You don’t curse the hand that feeds you ... they after the US at every opportunity .

with a rebrand of PPP , it will be seen as a people’s party , and that’s what Guyanese want ... no division .

 

 

 

this is positive or indians and guyana going through a next 28 yrs  

yuji22 posted:

Dave,

Rebranding is EXTREMELY important. The FreeDumb house needs wake up and smell the coffee. Granger and the PNC are like a low hanging fruits.

Jagdeo needs to step aside and let the rebranding start by next summer at the latest. 

Guyana needs to end this tit for tat and unite the country for good.

Good call Dave.

well well we reaching common grounds i am scare 

warrior posted:
Dave posted:

The PPP need to rebrand them self if they hope to win the next election and stand out against the PNC.

jagdeo need a back seat... provide guidance ... but not a dictator attitude .

lets be real .... should guyana be divide  between Indian and blacks . Majority of Indians  would not want Jagdeo as their leader .

jagdeo pushing his ass on the front line like Indian saviour is doing harm to the ppp currently , but he appear as the “king “because Indians and a section of other races have no other political party to turn to.

should he stop been selfish , he should bring Nigel Hudge as the presidential candidate and Frank Anthony as the Prime Minister . Nigel would have protesters every night at Gecom office . 

PNC is not afraid of PPP .

The pack of idiots jagdeo has around him needs to go. You don’t curse the hand that feeds you ... they after the US at every opportunity .

with a rebrand of PPP , it will be seen as a people’s party , and that’s what Guyanese want ... no division .

 

 

 

this is positive or indians and guyana going through a next 28 yrs  

Absolutely , Only Indian businessmen will be rich , the majority of Indians will continue to suffer and they will blame PNC and not seeing is Jagdeo suppressing their livelihood .

yuji22 posted:

Dave,

Rebranding is EXTREMELY important. The FreeDumb house needs wake up and smell the coffee. Granger and the PNC are like a low hanging fruits.

Jagdeo needs to step aside and let the rebranding start by next summer at the latest. 

Guyana needs to end this tit for tat and unite the country for good.

Good call Dave.

The protester need to focus their attention at Freedom house and put the pressure their . 

Dave posted:
yuji22 posted:

Dave,

Rebranding is EXTREMELY important. The FreeDumb house needs wake up and smell the coffee. Granger and the PNC are like a low hanging fruits.

Jagdeo needs to step aside and let the rebranding start by next summer at the latest. 

Guyana needs to end this tit for tat and unite the country for good.

Good call Dave.

The protester need to focus their attention at Freedom house and put the pressure their . 

time to educate the people start the program jagdeo is bad news

 

Dave posted:
yuji22 posted:

Dave,

Rebranding is EXTREMELY important. The FreeDumb house needs wake up and smell the coffee. Granger and the PNC are like a low hanging fruits.

Jagdeo needs to step aside and let the rebranding start by next summer at the latest. 

Guyana needs to end this tit for tat and unite the country for good.

Good call Dave.

The protester need to focus their attention at Freedom house and put the pressure their . 

Well, Not quite that way. Political maturity has to be displayed. The last thing is to see the PPP putting forward a divided house, the PNC and critics will pounce on that.

The executives at FreeDumb House needs to be put on notice that it is time to end this emotional attachment to a particular politician and that it is time for rebranding and a new leader.

Failing that, then the grassroots can take on FreeDumb House.

It has to be done intelligently. An overthrow at FreeDumb House might be required. The process has to start soon.

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