Listen Banna, stop throwing spaghetti to make an irrelevant argument. I was referring to the current stalemate in Guyana. This is all locally driven.
the problem with people like you and your approach, you look for scapegoats rather than solutions from within. It is many with your viewpoint which created the mess there is, notwithstanding external involvement!
Another joker. I responded to a comment about the immigration problem, trying to outline the cause which, if not identified correctly, we can never find a solution, and you're demanding I tell you about the stalemate in Guyana. On top of that, you're accusing me of throwing spaghetti to make an irrelevant argument, an argument that you seem to be involved in all by yourself. If you'd like a discussion on the situation in Guyana, please see one of the millions of active threads or start a new one.
There is no need to look for scapegoats as we all know who's responsible for the current situation in much of the lesser developed nations. Which viewpoint of mine created the mess? A fundamental tenet of problem solving is no problem can be resolved until the cause is clearly and accurately identified. That concept might be above your pay grade so you can spend some time thinking about it or continue accusing me of looking for scapegoats for this argument that you're having all by yourself.