We should hope that APNU/AFC/PPP be successful

on this road to making money from oil. Put pressure for the money to be invested in making Guyana a safer and healthier place for Guyanese.

Some people screaming about the deal, but keep in mind that Guyana is not putting in any money in this venture. They just gonna sit back and collect.

Guyana needs good accountants, economists and financial advisors

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Riff posted:

on this road to making money from oil. Put pressure for the money to be invested in making Guyana a safer and healthier place for Guyanese.

Some people screaming about the deal, but keep in mind that Guyana is not putting in any money in this venture. They just gonna sit back and collect.

Guyana needs good accountants, economists and financial advisors

Kindly recommend Stormy for job of monitoring our god-sent resource

Guyanese politicians are not accustomed to seeing that much money. The gluttonous will kicks in. There are reasons why the PNC/AFC want to stay in power, and the PPP want to get back so bad. It's all about who controls the oil wealth.

skeldon_man posted:
Django posted:

They need good government,the ones who aren't kleptocrats.

Are you saying that the current government is not capable? Are they kleptocrats? Don't you trust them?

 

Klepto come in different shades,they are bountiful in the homeland.Ponder on what i said,the answers will be revealed.

Django posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Django posted:

They need good government,the ones who aren't kleptocrats.

Are you saying that the current government is not capable? Are they kleptocrats? Don't you trust them?

 

Klepto come in different shades,they are bountiful in the homeland.Ponder on what i said,the answers will be revealed.

So, as the political expert on Guyana's present and past admins, which party that was/in power do you consider "good government"? Tek you time. Don't contract hoof and mouth disease. 

skeldon_man posted:
Django posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Django posted:

They need good government,the ones who aren't kleptocrats.

Are you saying that the current government is not capable? Are they kleptocrats? Don't you trust them?

 

Klepto come in different shades,they are bountiful in the homeland.Ponder on what i said,the answers will be revealed.

So, as the political expert on Guyana's present and past admins, which party that was/in power do you consider "good government"? Tek you time. Don't contract hoof and mouth disease. 

1992-1997 under the Hon.C.B. Jagan.There were a little gray area that didn't alter his decency and credibility.

Now tell if any cow diseases are contracted.

Django posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Django posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Django posted:

They need good government,the ones who aren't kleptocrats.

Are you saying that the current government is not capable? Are they kleptocrats? Don't you trust them?

 

Klepto come in different shades,they are bountiful in the homeland.Ponder on what i said,the answers will be revealed.

So, as the political expert on Guyana's present and past admins, which party that was/in power do you consider "good government"? Tek you time. Don't contract hoof and mouth disease. 

1992-1997 under the Hon.C.B. Jagan.There were a little gray area that didn't alter his decency and credibility.

Now tell if any cow diseases are contracted.

What about under PNC Burnham/Slow Fiah Mo Fiah 1964-1991, did you see any gray areas? Do you see any gray areas today under the current dictator coolie hater Grainjaw?

skeldon_man posted:
Django posted:
Django posted:
skeldon_man posted:
 

So, as the political expert on Guyana's present and past admins, which party that was/in power do you consider "good government"? Tek you time. Don't contract hoof and mouth disease. 

1992-1997 under the Hon.C.B. Jagan.There were a little gray area that didn't alter his decency and credibility.

Now tell if any cow diseases are contracted.

What about under PNC Burnham/Slow Fiah Mo Fiah 1964-1991, did you see any gray areas? Do you see any gray areas today under the current dictator coolie hater Grainjaw?

Read your Question asked and the answer given.

No time to beat around the bush,Django is straight shooter.

The idiotic prime minister is gleefully talking about investing Guyana's oil dollars in a national airline.  This man need a good head-butt to shake up his thinking.  Airline business is the worst business to get into. If the Guyanese people want to see their country's money squandered at lightening speed let them tell their government to invest in an airline. In any case I don't think the real buck from oil going to pour in until around 2025. The economy is on a downward slide and the situation will only get worse. Too much dependence on that big welfare check.

Riff posted:

We should hope that APNU/AFC/PPP be successful

on this road to making money from oil. Put pressure for the money to be invested in making Guyana a safer and healthier place for Guyanese.

Some people screaming about the deal, but keep in mind that Guyana is not putting in any money in this venture. They just gonna sit back and collect.

Guyana needs good accountants, economists and financial advisors

Nothing in ... basically nothing to be obtained.

Prince posted:

Guyana needs good accountants, economists, and financial advisors? What?

They are the biggest thieves. Jagdeo, Ashni, and Grennidge were all good accountants. Now they are filthy rich. 

When Jagdeo blocked Greenidge from finding work in Guyana he went elsewhere.  Jagdeo rode a bicycle before the PPP came into power and then was immediately involved working as a civil servant and then as a minister.  

Given that salaries in Guyana didn't allow people to become millionaires one can only ponder about how Jagdeo became one.

Billy Ram Balgobin posted:

The idiotic prime minister is gleefully talking about investing Guyana's oil dollars in a national airline.  This man need a good head-butt to shake up his thinking.  Airline business is the worst business to get into. If the Guyanese people want to see their country's money squandered at lightening speed let them tell their government to invest in an airline. In any case I don't think the real buck from oil going to pour in until around 2025. The economy is on a downward slide and the situation will only get worse. Too much dependence on that big welfare check.

On this I agree.  If Jamaica and the Dominican Republic, with their huge tourism and a much larger populations (at home and abroad) than Guyana why do folks continue to think that Guyana can have an airline.

A national carrier will be like GAC, GA 2000, Universal, and now apparently Fly Jamaica.  A one plane entity giving its passengers heart rending distress.  Guyana cannot support a large carrier if the DR and Jamaica couldn't. 

Even T&T at some point might query why Caribbean Airlines even as they have had an airline now for over 75 years if we include the BWIA era.

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