Investigating the violent conspiracies of the Jagdeo era

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Investigating the violent conspiracies of the Jagdeo era

JANUARY 31, 2016 | BY | FILED UNDER FEATURES / COLUMNISTS, FREDDIE KISSOON 

In a recent police arrest in an alleged armed robbery, one of the accused jolted my memory. This man was part of a centralized conspiracy that planned and executed the attack on me, whereby a very offensive, miasmic substance was thrown on me after I left a supermarket. When I read his name, memories came tumbling down of the violence that characterized the reign of President Bharrat Jagdeo. This accused robber was employed by the Office of the President and had a media pass.  Mr. Glenn Lall was able to obtain strong evidence of the people behind the attack. We know where it was planned
It needs to be mentioned that Donald Ramotar’s presidency, too, was punctuated with conspiracies of political evil. During the 2011 election, a well know hit-man was charged for a vicious robbery. Suddenly, the charges were dropped, he became an employee of the Ministry of Public Works, was photographed tearing down a large banner of the Alliance For Change at Ogle and attended the swearing-in ceremony of Donald Ramotar. I have seen a photograph that confirms the man’s presence. I would like to think that the individual who took that photograph knows the value of that clip and would not have erased it.
Two dimensions of the violent act against me need to be remembered by the people of Guyana. First, NCN broadcast the attack minutes before it occurred. That is because they were informed by the perpetrators as they were about to perform. When NCN transmitted the news, I got a call from Kaieteur News enquiring about what had happened to me. I was walking toward my car when KN called, so my response was that nothing had happened. As I opened the car door, sat in the driver’s seat, rolled down the driver’s window, it happened.
The second dimension was the police attitude. I went to the Alberttown Police Station to ascertain the status of the investigation. The detective told me, my KN colleague Dale Andrews, and Mark Benschop that it was useless to interview the people at NCN, because he wouldn’t know who to talk with because NCN is a big place and there are lots of people working there.
This is what Mr. Jagdeo’s reign had reduced Guyana to. A university lecturer and newspaper columnist was violently abused on the roadway and the police couldn’t question the state television station hierarchy that relayed the criminality before it actually occurred
The second attack took place at midnight outside Parliament Building during the time of the vigil of the human rights protest group, “People’s Parliament.” As in the first act, my life was endangered. The plain clothes security detail of Saint Stanislaus College, among others including Michael Carrington and Dennis Atwell of the Alliance For Change, chased down the perpetrator. The security rank almost caught up with the criminal when a dark-tinted Black SUV drove up and he jumped in. The licence plate was registered to a very senior police officer. He told the Stabroek News that someone stole his car to commit the criminal act. Shortly after, the security detail was found dead at his work place late one night at the Saint Stanislaus College. This was what the hegemony of Jagdeo reduced this country to.
I am still alive. Others were not so fortunate. Courtney Crum-Ewing lost his life. Carol–Ann Munroe and her husband were arrested for treason and remanded for three years, at a time that Mrs. Munroe had two small children. The Munroes’ attorney, Nigel Hughes wrote the then head of the army, Commodore Gary Best, asking for an investigation into claims that the Munroes and their co-accused Leonard Wharton were set up.
It has become one of the most macabre jokes anywhere in the world, that a former president whose government perpetrated these brutalities against his critics is now perambulating the streets and pathways of Guyana advocating democracy. When I heard Mr. Jagdeo called for massive salary increases for public servants and a decrease in VAT, I was sick in my stomach.
The simple, unsophisticated request of mine is that I would like an urgent inquiry into the conspiracies of violence during the tenure of Bharrat Jagdeo’s presidency. Mr. Jagdeo is allowed to parade on the world stage as a democrat because there is no national, judicial probe into his exercise of domestic terror against his critics. Today, PPP supporters from Wales right down to Berbice who are turning out to listen to Jagdeo and Ramotar need to understand that these two presidents were leaders whose actions in office were in violation of the Laws of Guyana. History can never or will never be complete unless society is given answers to the tragedies that those tyrants created.

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"History can never or will never be complete unless society is given answers to the tragedies that those tyrants created." 

Yo want answers.... the investigation has to start from the Wismar attack of the  raping and Killing of Indians.

The kick down doors by PNC thugs and the massacre of PPP supporters.  

The hijacking of ballot boxes and the rigging of 2015 elections. 

We are still waiting on the Walter Rodney report. 

ian posted:

"History can never or will never be complete unless society is given answers to the tragedies that those tyrants created." 

Yo want answers.... the investigation has to start from the Wismar attack of the  raping and Killing of Indians.

The kick down doors by PNC thugs and the massacre of PPP supporters.  

The hijacking of ballot boxes and the rigging of 2015 elections. 

We are still waiting on the Walter Rodney report. 

Ian,are you aware there is a commission report on the Wismar incident,it may  here on GNI,sometimes you guys just blow hot air.

 

Django posted:
ian posted:

"History can never or will never be complete unless society is given answers to the tragedies that those tyrants created." 

Yo want answers.... the investigation has to start from the Wismar attack of the  raping and Killing of Indians.

The kick down doors by PNC thugs and the massacre of PPP supporters.  

The hijacking of ballot boxes and the rigging of 2015 elections. 

We are still waiting on the Walter Rodney report. 

Ian,are you aware there is a commission report on the Wismar incident,it may  here on GNI,sometimes you guys just blow hot air.

 

Django, I am not aware of that report but will look it up, cause I am interested to know what came out of this report and who the commission members were. Having said this, when we speak of history it should not be directed at one ethnic group. Why should we forget the pass. 

Today's millennium needs to know what brutality and hardship Guyanese and specifically Indians went through in the PNC era.

Take a visit to Guyana and see the massive development taking place in PNC / Black neighbourhood. 

During the PPP governments, they did more for blacks than in Indo neighborhood. And yet they are ungrateful. They believe they are entitled to everything.. history has proven this. 

I personally know of Vasnie - Jagdeo wife, who visit Buxton within 6 months of their marriage. Her visit was to help Buxtonian. 

We had Lioins Club and black people has no contributions to make but they want spending to be done in Afro neighborhood. 

Some of you on this forum, never experienced hardship and brutality from PNC, so cannot understand. 

I will not be quite and will continue to speak out for justice. 

I also condemned corruption and thieves and would welcome a independent foreign group to investigate any wrong doing and justice must be serve. 

This starting from Granger including Jagdeo.

As fo Green he should be stone to death in public. 

Mars posted:

http://www.kaieteurnewsonline....s-of-the-jagdeo-era/

Investigating the violent conspiracies of the Jagdeo era

JANUARY 31, 2016 | BY | FILED UNDER FEATURES / COLUMNISTS, FREDDIE KISSOON 

In a recent police arrest in an alleged armed robbery, one of the accused jolted my memory. This man was part of a centralized conspiracy that planned and executed the attack on me, whereby a very offensive, miasmic substance was thrown on me after I left a supermarket. When I read his name, memories came tumbling down of the violence that characterized the reign of President Bharrat Jagdeo. This accused robber was employed by the Office of the President and had a media pass.  Mr. Glenn Lall was able to obtain strong evidence of the people behind the attack. We know where it was planned
It needs to be mentioned that Donald Ramotar’s presidency, too, was punctuated with conspiracies of political evil. During the 2011 election, a well know hit-man was charged for a vicious robbery. Suddenly, the charges were dropped, he became an employee of the Ministry of Public Works, was photographed tearing down a large banner of the Alliance For Change at Ogle and attended the swearing-in ceremony of Donald Ramotar. I have seen a photograph that confirms the man’s presence. I would like to think that the individual who took that photograph knows the value of that clip and would not have erased it.
Two dimensions of the violent act against me need to be remembered by the people of Guyana. First, NCN broadcast the attack minutes before it occurred. That is because they were informed by the perpetrators as they were about to perform. When NCN transmitted the news, I got a call from Kaieteur News enquiring about what had happened to me. I was walking toward my car when KN called, so my response was that nothing had happened. As I opened the car door, sat in the driver’s seat, rolled down the driver’s window, it happened.
The second dimension was the police attitude. I went to the Alberttown Police Station to ascertain the status of the investigation. The detective told me, my KN colleague Dale Andrews, and Mark Benschop that it was useless to interview the people at NCN, because he wouldn’t know who to talk with because NCN is a big place and there are lots of people working there.
This is what Mr. Jagdeo’s reign had reduced Guyana to. A university lecturer and newspaper columnist was violently abused on the roadway and the police couldn’t question the state television station hierarchy that relayed the criminality before it actually occurred
The second attack took place at midnight outside Parliament Building during the time of the vigil of the human rights protest group, “People’s Parliament.” As in the first act, my life was endangered. The plain clothes security detail of Saint Stanislaus College, among others including Michael Carrington and Dennis Atwell of the Alliance For Change, chased down the perpetrator. The security rank almost caught up with the criminal when a dark-tinted Black SUV drove up and he jumped in. The licence plate was registered to a very senior police officer. He told the Stabroek News that someone stole his car to commit the criminal act. Shortly after, the security detail was found dead at his work place late one night at the Saint Stanislaus College. This was what the hegemony of Jagdeo reduced this country to.
I am still alive. Others were not so fortunate. Courtney Crum-Ewing lost his life. Carol–Ann Munroe and her husband were arrested for treason and remanded for three years, at a time that Mrs. Munroe had two small children. The Munroes’ attorney, Nigel Hughes wrote the then head of the army, Commodore Gary Best, asking for an investigation into claims that the Munroes and their co-accused Leonard Wharton were set up.
It has become one of the most macabre jokes anywhere in the world, that a former president whose government perpetrated these brutalities against his critics is now perambulating the streets and pathways of Guyana advocating democracy. When I heard Mr. Jagdeo called for massive salary increases for public servants and a decrease in VAT, I was sick in my stomach.
The simple, unsophisticated request of mine is that I would like an urgent inquiry into the conspiracies of violence during the tenure of Bharrat Jagdeo’s presidency. Mr. Jagdeo is allowed to parade on the world stage as a democrat because there is no national, judicial probe into his exercise of domestic terror against his critics. Today, PPP supporters from Wales right down to Berbice who are turning out to listen to Jagdeo and Ramotar need to understand that these two presidents were leaders whose actions in office were in violation of the Laws of Guyana. History can never or will never be complete unless society is given answers to the tragedies that those tyrants created.

The squeeze should be put on Jaggy and his band of merrymen.

Billy Ram Balgobin posted:

No sane person with solid judgment would give any credence to what Freddie is saying about violent conspiracies. The man has a personal grouse against the PPP. He wants us to believe it's purely his love for a free and democratic that puts him into attack mode.

Freddie was violently attacked twice and a bucket of shit was dumped on him during one of those attacks. Freddie and his wife were also fired from their government jobs under suspicious circumstances. All at the hands of your PPP.

Mars it was an African PNC woman that threw shit on Freddie for irritating her. I condemned her action at the time. But even Freddie's friends are deserting him. The man is a total farce. He makes up all kinds of stories. During the campaigns the PNC/APNU-AFC did not want him on their platforms. So they sent him to address cows and mosquitoes. You can't make up shit like this. He wrote about it himself.

Here is how one person describe Kissoon:

Maybe I have a soft spot for donkey cart, maybe it’s because we had one back in the day.
The last time I wrote about my donkey I got in trouble and caused me to stop writing for Kaieteur News.

All because I said my donkey was more intelligent then the Jackass Freddie Kissoon. It so happened that most of my readers agree, that the self style political activist is an idiot.

Gman posted:

Mars it was an African PNC woman that threw shit on Freddie for irritating her. I condemned her action at the time.

Stop making up nonsense.

It was a MALE who attacked Kissoon, hired by the evil PPP regime. 

Even the Chronicle (as well as NCN) at the time reported that it was a male.

http://guyanachronicle.com/ncn...teur-news-columnist/

"Kissoon was attacked around 19:15 hrs on Monday, outside the Jiffy Lubes store on North Road and Light Street, when a man approached his car and threw fecal matters into his face.
Kissoon later stated that the “container of miasmic mess” that was thrown on his face and onto his stomach “appeared to be faeces mixed with fresh cow dung”.

There  should be an investigate about corruption for personal gain in R6 Berbice, under the last government.

Recently stolen diesel fuel was found  in Berbice.  This has been going on for decades and farmers at BBP waiting in line, to buy cheap fuel for their tractors.

When officials  are corrupt, the system becomes corrupt  and those profiting remain quiet.   

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