Witch hunting??

 

New Govt rolls 50+ heads in 30 days

– PPP/C claims political victimisation, ethnic selectivity in firings 

 

 

Since occupying office on May 16, the David Granger-led administration has sacked more than 50 employees of the Government in less than 30 days, even as it insists that it has not engaged in any “witch-hunting”. The former People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) administration has condemned the dismissals in the harshest possible terms.

Merlin Udho

Merlin Udho

In a press release over the weekend, the PPP/C accused the A Partnership for National Unity/ Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) Government of embarking on an “ethnic-cleansing” spree, where it is outrageously dismissing Guyanese professionals on the basis of their race and political affiliation. More than any other thing, the PPP/C has objected to the manner in which the dismissals were effectuated, pointing out that the employees were not afforded due process. In most cases their severing of accumulated benefits we deemed “vindictive”.

Collin Croal

Collin Croal

The APNU/AFC administration has thus far fired employees from the Office of the President (now Ministry of Presidency), Ministry of Communities, Amerindian Affairs Ministry, and Social Protection Ministry, and sent on leave Regional Executive Officers, Members of State Board of Directors, and recalled diplomats.
At least 20 persons listed on the payroll of the National Communications Network, who were stationed at the Office of the President as media monitors, were abruptly fired by the new administration. Presidential guards were also dismissed from the Office of the President.

Bayney Karran

Bayney Karran

In addition, Press and Publicity Officer attached to the Office of the President, Kwame McCoy, was also sacked by the Government on the grounds that he failed to report to duty since May 12. McCoy was at the time on medical leave after he was violently assaulted by APNU/AFC supporters on Election Day, May 11, even as he was in an open-backed Police Vehicle. Minutes earlier he had been escorted out of St Sidwell’s Primary School by David Granger and Joseph Harmon.
Over at the Ministry of Indigenous People’s Affairs, Permanent Secretary Nigel Dharamlall and the former Head of the National Toshaos Council, Yvonne Pearson, were also dismissed by the Government. For Pearson, she believes her dismissal is solely a result of her openly supporting the PPP/C in the May 11 Elections. Dharamlall also was a candidate of the PPP/C during the elections campaign.
Former Permanent Secretary of the Local Government Ministry Collin Croal, another PPP/C candidate, was sent on leave after which he was asked to resign. Additionally, Guyana Water Incorporation Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Shaik Baksh was also sent on leave for 72 days; however his contract will expire before that period is over.
The Government also sacked the CEO of the Guyana Sugar Corporation, Dr Raj Singh, and forced all of its Board of Directors to resign. Those persons include Geeta Singh-Knight, Shaik Baksh, Badrie Persaud, Keith Burrowes and Dindyal Permaul. In addition, Region Nine’s (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo) REO Claire Singh, and political advisor and former Local Government Minister Clinton Collymore were fired.
Director of the Child Care and Protection Agency Anne Green was sent on leave after a confrontation with Junior Minister Simona Broomes. And acting Town Clerk Carol Sooba was another professional who was humiliated and thrown out of her office.

Nigel Dharamlall

Nigel Dharamlall

Most recently, the APNU/AFC Government recalled Zulfikar Ally from his post as Director for the Caribbean at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), and Guyana’s Ambassador to Mexico Bayney Karran and Guyana’s Ambassador to Brazil Merlin Udho were recalled from their posts.

Zulfikar Ally

Zulfikar Ally

Several other professional individuals were either dismissed or forced to render their services at their respective posts. Most of them were not even allowed to receive their legally due benefits. The PPP/C has noted that these actions are clear evidence that an undemocratic Government is taking effect.
Referring specifically to the situation with the former Director for the Caribbean at the IDB, the PPP/C said “Mr Ally occupies this position having been nominated by Guyana and endorsed by the Governments of the Bahamas, Barbados, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago. His track record at the Bank is nothing short of outstanding, with the Caribbean being elevated to a position of prominence in the Bank’s decision making architecture as a result of his efforts,” the PPP/C said in a release.
The PPP/C went on to slam the new Government for not adhering to its words of conducting an assessment of Ally’s performance before deciding on whether or not he should continue his tenure for the remainder of the year.
“Finance Minister Winston Jordan performed no assessment whatsoever, communicated no findings and shortcomings arising out of this assessment, and instead summarily recalled Mr Ally and installed a retired friend of his who has not lived or worked in Guyana for over 24 years as Mr Ally’s replacement,” the Party highlighted, noting that this is a clear case of racism, cronyism and nepotism.
The PPP/C added that Ally’s replacement does not even serve in the best interest of the country. “The Caribbean Chair in the IDB will be represented by someone who has no knowledge or experience of the workings of the Bank, the Board of Executive Directors or, for that matter, Guyana for the past 20 years, and will not be eligible to chair any committees for the one year he will serve as the Executive Director,” the Party noted. The PPP/C pointed this decision will only diminish the Constituency’s influence in the Bank and will be a major concern of other member countries of the Caribbean.

Carol Sooba

Carol Sooba

Dr Raj Singh

Dr Raj Singh

Further, the PPP/C lambasted the new Government for recalling the ambassadors from their posts without any rational reasoning behind the decision. ”By what measure can Bayney Karran not be deemed a professional diplomat? He is a qualified lawyer of highly respected standing who has served at the ambassadorial level with distinction for 20 years in two of Guyana’s most important diplomatic posts…By what measure can Merlin Udho not be deemed a professional diplomatic, having worked for a number of years in the international system even outside of the Government of Guyana and prior to her ambassadorial appointment?”
Recently, PPP/C General Secretary Clement Rohee had urged those who were wronged to come forth and, by all means, fight for justice to at least ensure they receive their benefits. Rohee said the PPP/C will also be taking its role seriously in representing these “victimised” individuals by writing letters and holding press conferences to raise awareness of the ill-treatment being administered by the Granger-led administration.
The General Secretary added that the PPP/C has been receiving floods of reports indicating that a significant portion of employees within the public service are consumed with “intimidation, fear, distress and uneasiness” owed to the p

 

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THE PNC IS A BUNCH OF RUTHLESS CRIMINALS. NOW MOSES AND RAMJHAAATAN DECIDED TO BE CRIMINALS TO GET A TITLE, ONE WHICH SUBJECTED THEM TO HOUSE SLAVES.  BUT THEY DONT MIND, THEY FEEL POWERFUL AND THAT IS ALL THAT MATTERS FOR THOSE CRABDAAGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Originally Posted by Observer:

Wow. Who's the new Ambassador in DC?

Have not read anything on it yet, unless I missed it.

'Most of them were not even allowed to receive their legally due benefits.'  The fact that they were not even allowed to receive their legally due benefits is disturbing..wonder if they can pursue this in court??

"I was there in 1992 when the People’s Progressive Party came into office. Back then I had a head of black hair, sideburns and a lot of youth. I was the Editor-in-Chief of the Guyana Chronicle, a newspaper that was the top selling issue in Guyana because its pages were open to all.
Today, almost 23 years later I am still around...I then had to leave because I was perceived to be a member of the then political opposition. I left and the Man above has been good to me. I did not have to leave the country in search of employment, but only because I was a determined Guyanese.

Today I hear talk about witch-hunt. I could not help but read the comments of the people who were once in the seat of government, about the current administration targeting people. For one, I couldn’t understand the comments when the very people were the ones who made no bones about targeting those perceived to be opposition members.
And it was not only kicking the people out of jobs they held for years, the spite went on to the point where they denied people benefits due to them. Noel Holder, the current Minister of Agriculture was one of them as was Norman McLean.  Fortunately, these people did not have to depend on that money to live.
There was an economist who was based in Office of the President. Her name was Darlene Harris (no relation). I watched her cry when she was kicked out. Dr Luncheon did the kicking. She was just an employee who had no pretentions to political life but she was ordered out of office in a most unceremonial manner.

These recollections come flooding back when I hear people talk about witch-hunt. When the shoe is on the other foot it really pinches. And that is not the whole story. I am in the process of recovering a list of the victimized that was first published back in 1993. The column that contained those names was titled ‘Lean, Clean and Mean’." --- Adam Harris, Kaieteur News, June 14.

 

Here's a list of Customs officers whom the PPP had dismissed shortly after assuming office in 1992:

1 Clarence Chue (Comptroller), 2 Harold Bahadur (African), 3 Lorice Blliam Holder, 5 Patrick Hyman, 6 Douglas Linton, 7 Ayola Issacs, 8 Walter Roberts, 9 Rose Kirton, 10 Lawrence Dundas, 11 Brentnol Hickens, 12 Christopher Mathias, 13 Shelly Brian, 14 Paul Prescod, 15 Michelle Mathias, 16 Georgiana Patrick Roberts, 17 Steven Daniels, 18 Hatty-Ann Scotland, 19 Yonette Austin, 20 Richard Prince, 21 George Beaton, 22 Dexter John, 23 Watson Grey, 24 Assaye Greenidge, 25 Gordon Watson, 26 Rhonda Glad, 27 Rayanne Van Lewin, 28 Paula Caleb, 29 Ewart Austin, 30 Howard Paul, 31 Karen Bobb-Semple
32 Simone Herod, 33 Fitzroy Thomas, 34 Paula Sampson, 35 Vanita Bovell, 36 Keon Price, 37 John Cameron, 38 Julian George, 39 Colin Moore, 40 Dawne Benn, 41 Gem Callender (demoted) and 42 Jackie Payne (demoted).

 

In the Ministry of Foreign Affairs the PPP witch-hunted the following:

Ronald Austin, Arnon Adams, John Hutson, David Hales, James Matheson, Rawle Lucas, Aubrey Norton, Cedric Grant, Paulette James, Sharon Collins, Donna Culpepper, Janice Benfield, O. McMillian, Colin Davies, Frank Goodman and Elizabeth Kingston.

[Kaieteur News, June 11]

 

 

 

apparently the cabal seems to think that their friends & family political appointees have immunity

 

what next? . . . i can see them going to the wall screaming that Alexi Ramotar needs to keep his job

 

after all, he is a member of the tribe

 

smfh

 

full disclosure: my opinion is that this grinning, incompetent, overpaid fraud (and worse) should be prosecuted for his prominent role in one of the signature stealings of GY$billions in taxpayer money and assets by the Jagdeo/Ramotar gang

Alena said:

The fact that they were not even allowed to receive their legally due benefits is disturbing..wonder if they can pursue this in court??

 

That's what former PPP AG and Minister of Justice Doodnauth Singh had to do to get his benefits. He sued them.

 

Don't know if Odeen Ishmael got his benefits.

 

There were some more like that. 

Originally Posted by Nehru:

THE PNC IS A BUNCH OF RUTHLESS CRIMINALS. NOW MOSES AND RAMJHAAATAN DECIDED TO BE CRIMINALS TO GET A TITLE, ONE WHICH SUBJECTED THEM TO HOUSE SLAVES.  BUT THEY DONT MIND, THEY FEEL POWERFUL AND THAT IS ALL THAT MATTERS FOR THOSE CRABDAAGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

they doing it all wrong they need to jail them first then fired them 

 

Originally Posted by Nehru:

THE PNC IS A BUNCH OF RUTHLESS CRIMINALS. NOW MOSES AND RAMJHAAATAN DECIDED TO BE CRIMINALS TO GET A TITLE, ONE WHICH SUBJECTED THEM TO HOUSE SLAVES.  BUT THEY DONT MIND, THEY FEEL POWERFUL AND THAT IS ALL THAT MATTERS FOR THOSE CRABDAAGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Give them hell, my brother.

Originally Posted by Kari:
Originally Posted by Mitwah:

I am surprised that the PPP/C is refusing to represent these people in Parliament.

alena06, when I read the title of this thread I thought they were after you.

They are after that one that you see every morning when you wake up.

Originally Posted by alena06:
Originally Posted by Kari:
Originally Posted by Mitwah:

I am surprised that the PPP/C is refusing to represent these people in Parliament.

alena06, when I read the title of this thread I thought they were after you.

They are after that one that you see every morning when you wake up.

 

How is abbe resident Coolie White Homan doin today?

Originally Posted by alena06:
Originally Posted by Kari:
Originally Posted by Mitwah:

I am surprised that the PPP/C is refusing to represent these people in Parliament.

alena06, when I read the title of this thread I thought they were after you.

They are after that one that you see every morning when you wake up.

You must have seen how beautiful my Surinamese vrouw is - check her out on my facebook page.

Originally Posted by Kari:
Originally Posted by Mitwah:

I am surprised that the PPP/C is refusing to represent these people in Parliament.

alena06, when I read the title of this thread I thought they were after you.

 

Alunatic Gyal is safe. The PNC is witch hunting. Not Bytch Hunting.

Originally Posted by Shaitaan:
Originally Posted by alena06:
Originally Posted by Kari:
Originally Posted by Mitwah:

I am surprised that the PPP/C is refusing to represent these people in Parliament.

alena06, when I read the title of this thread I thought they were after you.

They are after that one that you see every morning when you wake up.

 

How is abbe resident Coolie White Homan doin today?

someone stole the seat from her  motorized broom and she had sit on the pucknee part, going up and down since the ride to her next stop was kinda bumpy.  

Originally Posted by Mitwah:
Originally Posted by Shaitaan:
Originally Posted by alena06:
Originally Posted by Kari:
Originally Posted by Mitwah:

I am surprised that the PPP/C is refusing to represent these people in Parliament.

alena06, when I read the title of this thread I thought they were after you.

They are after that one that you see every morning when you wake up.

 

How is abbe resident Coolie White Homan doin today?

someone stole the seat from her  motorized broom and she had sit on the pucknee part, going up and down since the ride to her next stop was kinda bumpy.  

Originally Posted by ksazma:

How long would it be before Granger fire Moses?

 

He isn't gonna fire him. Moses is not a real politician. He's just a nice guy in the wrong field. He cannot deal with a Machiavellian PNC. Plus he surrounds himself with idiots.

 

He's a non-evil version of the PPP. However, both are united in impotence.

Originally Posted by alena06:
Originally Posted by Kari:
Originally Posted by Mitwah:

I am surprised that the PPP/C is refusing to represent these people in Parliament.

alena06, when I read the title of this thread I thought they were after you.

They are after that one that you see every morning when you w

 

HAHAHA Gal not all men wear the Panrs in the house. Dem gat man and manahee.

Originally Posted by Gilbakka:

"I was there in 1992 when the People’s Progressive Party came into office. Back then I had a head of black hair, sideburns and a lot of youth. I was the Editor-in-Chief of the Guyana Chronicle, a newspaper that was the top selling issue in Guyana because its pages were open to all.
Today, almost 23 years later I am still around...I then had to leave because I was perceived to be a member of the then political opposition. I left and the Man above has been good to me. I did not have to leave the country in search of employment, but only because I was a determined Guyanese.

Today I hear talk about witch-hunt. I could not help but read the comments of the people who were once in the seat of government, about the current administration targeting people. For one, I couldn’t understand the comments when the very people were the ones who made no bones about targeting those perceived to be opposition members.
And it was not only kicking the people out of jobs they held for years, the spite went on to the point where they denied people benefits due to them. Noel Holder, the current Minister of Agriculture was one of them as was Norman McLean.  Fortunately, these people did not have to depend on that money to live.
There was an economist who was based in Office of the President. Her name was Darlene Harris (no relation). I watched her cry when she was kicked out. Dr Luncheon did the kicking. She was just an employee who had no pretentions to political life but she was ordered out of office in a most unceremonial manner.

These recollections come flooding back when I hear people talk about witch-hunt. When the shoe is on the other foot it really pinches. And that is not the whole story. I am in the process of recovering a list of the victimized that was first published back in 1993. The column that contained those names was titled ‘Lean, Clean and Mean’." --- Adam Harris, Kaieteur News, June 14.

 

Here's a list of Customs officers whom the PPP had dismissed shortly after assuming office in 1992:

1 Clarence Chue (Comptroller), 2 Harold Bahadur (African), 3 Lorice Blliam Holder, 5 Patrick Hyman, 6 Douglas Linton, 7 Ayola Issacs, 8 Walter Roberts, 9 Rose Kirton, 10 Lawrence Dundas, 11 Brentnol Hickens, 12 Christopher Mathias, 13 Shelly Brian, 14 Paul Prescod, 15 Michelle Mathias, 16 Georgiana Patrick Roberts, 17 Steven Daniels, 18 Hatty-Ann Scotland, 19 Yonette Austin, 20 Richard Prince, 21 George Beaton, 22 Dexter John, 23 Watson Grey, 24 Assaye Greenidge, 25 Gordon Watson, 26 Rhonda Glad, 27 Rayanne Van Lewin, 28 Paula Caleb, 29 Ewart Austin, 30 Howard Paul, 31 Karen Bobb-Semple
32 Simone Herod, 33 Fitzroy Thomas, 34 Paula Sampson, 35 Vanita Bovell, 36 Keon Price, 37 John Cameron, 38 Julian George, 39 Colin Moore, 40 Dawne Benn, 41 Gem Callender (demoted) and 42 Jackie Payne (demoted).

 

In the Ministry of Foreign Affairs the PPP witch-hunted the following:

Ronald Austin, Arnon Adams, John Hutson, David Hales, James Matheson, Rawle Lucas, Aubrey Norton, Cedric Grant, Paulette James, Sharon Collins, Donna Culpepper, Janice Benfield, O. McMillian, Colin Davies, Frank Goodman and Elizabeth Kingston.

[Kaieteur News, June 11]

 

 

 

Guyanese are vengeful people. It was timely that we had a glimpse of oil. Soon dashed by the Venezuelans. We have so much and we doan pay heed to it. And foreigners rob us of it.

 

There is no healing for Guyana. It bleeds us all. We all runaway from her. Beating the drums of what we can be-Guyana sons and daughters.

 

We are lost FORVERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR. 

Originally Posted by alena06:

 

New Govt rolls 50+ heads in 30 days

– PPP/C claims political victimisation, ethnic selectivity in firings 

 

 

Since occupying office on May 16, the David Granger-led administration has sacked more than 50 employees of the Government in less than 30 days, even as it insists that it has not engaged in any “witch-hunting”. The former People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) administration has condemned the dismissals in the harshest possible terms.

Merlin Udho

Merlin Udho

In a press release over the weekend, the PPP/C accused the A Partnership for National Unity/ Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) Government of embarking on an “ethnic-cleansing” spree, where it is outrageously dismissing Guyanese professionals on the basis of their race and political affiliation. More than any other thing, the PPP/C has objected to the manner in which the dismissals were effectuated, pointing out that the employees were not afforded due process. In most cases their severing of accumulated benefits we deemed “vindictive”.

Collin Croal

Collin Croal

The APNU/AFC administration has thus far fired employees from the Office of the President (now Ministry of Presidency), Ministry of Communities, Amerindian Affairs Ministry, and Social Protection Ministry, and sent on leave Regional Executive Officers, Members of State Board of Directors, and recalled diplomats.
At least 20 persons listed on the payroll of the National Communications Network, who were stationed at the Office of the President as media monitors, were abruptly fired by the new administration. Presidential guards were also dismissed from the Office of the President.

Bayney Karran

Bayney Karran

In addition, Press and Publicity Officer attached to the Office of the President, Kwame McCoy, was also sacked by the Government on the grounds that he failed to report to duty since May 12. McCoy was at the time on medical leave after he was violently assaulted by APNU/AFC supporters on Election Day, May 11, even as he was in an open-backed Police Vehicle. Minutes earlier he had been escorted out of St Sidwell’s Primary School by David Granger and Joseph Harmon.
Over at the Ministry of Indigenous People’s Affairs, Permanent Secretary Nigel Dharamlall and the former Head of the National Toshaos Council, Yvonne Pearson, were also dismissed by the Government. For Pearson, she believes her dismissal is solely a result of her openly supporting the PPP/C in the May 11 Elections. Dharamlall also was a candidate of the PPP/C during the elections campaign.
Former Permanent Secretary of the Local Government Ministry Collin Croal, another PPP/C candidate, was sent on leave after which he was asked to resign. Additionally, Guyana Water Incorporation Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Shaik Baksh was also sent on leave for 72 days; however his contract will expire before that period is over.
The Government also sacked the CEO of the Guyana Sugar Corporation, Dr Raj Singh, and forced all of its Board of Directors to resign. Those persons include Geeta Singh-Knight, Shaik Baksh, Badrie Persaud, Keith Burrowes and Dindyal Permaul. In addition, Region Nine’s (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo) REO Claire Singh, and political advisor and former Local Government Minister Clinton Collymore were fired.
Director of the Child Care and Protection Agency Anne Green was sent on leave after a confrontation with Junior Minister Simona Broomes. And acting Town Clerk Carol Sooba was another professional who was humiliated and thrown out of her office.

Nigel Dharamlall

Nigel Dharamlall

Most recently, the APNU/AFC Government recalled Zulfikar Ally from his post as Director for the Caribbean at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), and Guyana’s Ambassador to Mexico Bayney Karran and Guyana’s Ambassador to Brazil Merlin Udho were recalled from their posts.

Zulfikar Ally

Zulfikar Ally

Several other professional individuals were either dismissed or forced to render their services at their respective posts. Most of them were not even allowed to receive their legally due benefits. The PPP/C has noted that these actions are clear evidence that an undemocratic Government is taking effect.
Referring specifically to the situation with the former Director for the Caribbean at the IDB, the PPP/C said “Mr Ally occupies this position having been nominated by Guyana and endorsed by the Governments of the Bahamas, Barbados, Jamaica, and Trinidad and Tobago. His track record at the Bank is nothing short of outstanding, with the Caribbean being elevated to a position of prominence in the Bank’s decision making architecture as a result of his efforts,” the PPP/C said in a release.
The PPP/C went on to slam the new Government for not adhering to its words of conducting an assessment of Ally’s performance before deciding on whether or not he should continue his tenure for the remainder of the year.
“Finance Minister Winston Jordan performed no assessment whatsoever, communicated no findings and shortcomings arising out of this assessment, and instead summarily recalled Mr Ally and installed a retired friend of his who has not lived or worked in Guyana for over 24 years as Mr Ally’s replacement,” the Party highlighted, noting that this is a clear case of racism, cronyism and nepotism.
The PPP/C added that Ally’s replacement does not even serve in the best interest of the country. “The Caribbean Chair in the IDB will be represented by someone who has no knowledge or experience of the workings of the Bank, the Board of Executive Directors or, for that matter, Guyana for the past 20 years, and will not be eligible to chair any committees for the one year he will serve as the Executive Director,” the Party noted. The PPP/C pointed this decision will only diminish the Constituency’s influence in the Bank and will be a major concern of other member countries of the Caribbean.

Carol Sooba

Carol Sooba

Dr Raj Singh

Dr Raj Singh

Further, the PPP/C lambasted the new Government for recalling the ambassadors from their posts without any rational reasoning behind the decision. ”By what measure can Bayney Karran not be deemed a professional diplomat? He is a qualified lawyer of highly respected standing who has served at the ambassadorial level with distinction for 20 years in two of Guyana’s most important diplomatic posts…By what measure can Merlin Udho not be deemed a professional diplomatic, having worked for a number of years in the international system even outside of the Government of Guyana and prior to her ambassadorial appointment?”
Recently, PPP/C General Secretary Clement Rohee had urged those who were wronged to come forth and, by all means, fight for justice to at least ensure they receive their benefits. Rohee said the PPP/C will also be taking its role seriously in representing these “victimised” individuals by writing letters and holding press conferences to raise awareness of the ill-treatment being administered by the Granger-led administration.
The General Secretary added that the PPP/C has been receiving floods of reports indicating that a significant portion of employees within the public service are consumed with “intimidation, fear, distress and uneasiness” owed to the p

 

"Tell a lie enough times and it will become the truth."
— Heinrich Himmler
Originally Posted by Ramakant-P:
Originally Posted by Nehru:

THE PNC IS A BUNCH OF RUTHLESS CRIMINALS. NOW MOSES AND RAMJHAAATAN DECIDED TO BE CRIMINALS TO GET A TITLE, ONE WHICH SUBJECTED THEM TO HOUSE SLAVES.  BUT THEY DONT MIND, THEY FEEL POWERFUL AND THAT IS ALL THAT MATTERS FOR THOSE CRABDAAGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Give them hell, my brother.

Yes

 

Tell these racist PNC shyte heads where to go.

Originally Posted byyuji22:
Originally Posted by Ramakant-P:
Originally Posted byNehru:

THE PNC IS A BUNCH OF RUTHLESS CRIMINALS. NOW MOSES AND RAMJHAAATAN DECIDED TO BE CRIMINALS TO GET A TITLE, ONE WHICH SUBJECTED THEM TO HOUSE SLAVES.  BUT THEY DONT MIND, THEY FEEL POWERFUL AND THAT IS ALL THAT MATTERS FOR THOSE CRABDAAGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Give them hell, my brother.

Yes

 

Tell these racist PNC shyte heads where to go.

Dem boys seem to be back from the BHC.....Batty Hole Convention.

 

How did it go (hilited) guys?

What is funny here the PPP did not think it racially biased when they hired all of these indos to head offices while bypassing others. Now they are fired for the stain of PPP incompetence and corruption not to mention bias;' these brazen fellows have the nerve top cry foul! I hope they never see the office of the presidency in another 3 decade.  That should teach them to be honest...by the way....were not these idiots here yammering about another 100 years?

Originally Posted by Stormborn:

What is funny here the PPP did not think it racially biased when they hired all of these indos to head offices while bypassing others. Now they are fired for the stain of PPP incompetence and corruption not to mention bias;' these brazen fellows have the nerve top cry foul! I hope they never see the office of the presidency in another 3 decade.  That should teach them to be honest...by the way....were not these idiots here yammering about another 100 years?

Did you apply and get passed over due to race.  PPP will be back in 2020, so get used to it.

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