To be Guyanese is to acknowledge that it is multi cultural, multi ethnic, and multi religious. It is to acknowledge that there has been much cultural exchange between the various groups.
There are Indians here who seem to think that this is a bad thing and that they should live in isolation from other ethnic groups and pretend as if their culture has remained unchanged since arrival from India.
Druggie can engage in his hysterical reaction, which implies that to acknowledge the diversity of Guyana, and to acknowledge the degree to which Guyanese of all ethnicities participate in it means that there is a plot for genocide involving Indians.
Druggie if the presence of other cultures is offensive to you then journey back to your ancestral village in Uttar Pradesh, but understand that they will treat you no better than they treat African students.
To be Guyanese in fact defies the notion of being monolithic, but you want to be a monolith which means that you cannot live in a diverse society, as monolithic behavior cannot survive amidst diversity.
You are the one calling us clannish etc. My family being from GT have assimilated some Afro culture and in fact have many of them in our employ. I never stated that I despise Blacks and their culture. You are the one who has consistently stated this about Indians over the past decade.