I was suspended for 48 hours for my freedom of expression

Originally Posted by Cobra:
VishM, I want to thank you for looking out for me on several occasions. Gilbakka supports your thought and prescribed the motherly warning, if you ears hard, you will feel. Unfortunately, I am still hard of hearing.

Yuji, you're too sentimental and forgiving. I believe you want me to throw dharr and pujaay riffraff. That's not going to happen.

Most importantly:
Redux came out and join the goodwill conversation again me. Can you believe this prick?

For the rest of you godeywalas. I am back as me, Cobra, and expect the same from me. 48 hours is a cake walk for hard core snakes.

Conclusion:
Fight for what you believed in. Don't let free speech trampled on. Rise up against your government and demand justice. Indian blood is not cheap. Defend your family and property with your life. If you must die, die for something. Food for thoughts.

Continue the good work, my brother. 

Billy, there is nothing wrong with anyone speaking up for his or her race if there is a sound reason to do so. But there are ways to go about this. Calling for the murder of law enforcement officers is not one of them. Hiding behind a computer in a foreign country and inciting others to violence is not the right move either. Paul is guilty of both.  He got what  He deserved.
Chief, Granger, Moses and Ramjattan are public figures and subject to scrutiny. Why do you treat them like the untouchables? The PPP is now uncoverering their corruption from pressure to disclose wasteful spending. The coalition caught with their hands in the cookie jar in the first week in office.
Originally Posted by Sheik101:

       
Billy, there is nothing wrong with anyone speaking up for his or her race if there is a sound reason to do so. But there are ways to go about this. Calling for the murder of law enforcement officers is not one of them. Hiding behind a computer in a foreign country and inciting others to violence is not the right move either. Paul is guilty of both.  He got what  He deserved.

       

Everyone is hiding behind computer in foreign countries except you.
Originally Posted by Cobra:
Originally Posted by Sheik101:

       
Billy, there is nothing wrong with anyone speaking up for his or her race if there is a sound reason to do so. But there are ways to go about this. Calling for the murder of law enforcement officers is not one of them. Hiding behind a computer in a foreign country and inciting others to violence is not the right move either. Paul is guilty of both.  He got what  He deserved.

       

Everyone is hiding behind compute
 
HEHEHE  Go easy on Buddy Sheik nah.
Originally Posted by Billy Ram Balgobin:

Why Black people don't call black people racist in Guyana?

Is it politically incorrect to do so?

Why is it so acceptable to label any Indian who speaks up for his people a racist? Don't we all see this disgraceful double-standard that so many of us have accepted?

haul u collie rass

Originally Posted by Vish M:

Welcome Back

 

Now, here's the self professed President of Richmond Hill, social activist and community affairs maven embracing a confounded racist and celebrating the lifting of his ban for posting vile shit that you find only on KKK sites. enuff said.

Originally Posted by Billy Ram Balgobin:

Why Black people don't call black people racist in Guyana?

 


We do.  Indians do not call out Indian racists.

 

This is why Indian racism is talked about.  Admit to the fact that Indian institutional racism and ethnic exclusion is as mcuh a part of Guyana as that practised by Africans.

 

But you do not.  In fact one need only look at GNI to see Indo bigotry.  We are savages, violent, lazy, unproductive leaches whose only intent is to live off hard working Indians.  And then one member of the Indo KKK even wants to invoke his God to bring a curse on blacks.

 

What do you call black racism? The fact that people here call out Indians on their racism, and the impact that it has had on non Indians.

Originally Posted by Itaname:
Originally Posted by Vish M:

Welcome Back

 

Now, here's the self professed President of Richmond Hill, social activist and community affairs maven embracing a confounded racist and celebrating the lifting of his ban for posting vile shit that you find only on KKK sites. enuff said.


I wonder if those black politicians who he consorts with are aware of the attitudes of some who he seems to endorse.

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