quote:Originally posted by Kari:quote:Originally posted by kidmost:
The AFC is going off course! The AFC leading members should be making Donald Duck look bad , Jagdeo look evil and illuminate their plans for the future but is seems they are falling prey to the PPP type campaign with Moses at their helm
Kiddie.....ah see yuh just found another hard-on fuh Moses!!! Dat shud keep yuh occupied for a few days.
bin Jabr is correct about AFC's focus on Berbice and thinking of Region 4 as being set in its polling ways.
kidmost, both Indians and Black of Region 4 see the outrageous lifestyles of the Jagdeo/Ramotar cabal day of their lives. They see the mansions at Pradoville 1 and Pradoville 2 on their way to work each day. They see the children of the Ramotars, Noktas, Nadirs and Persauds driving expensive SUV's and partying all over in Georgetown. They experience the rage inequality brings.
However, Indians, especially rural Indians, in region 6 do not have the opportunity to see these excesses each day. Many have never visited Georgetown. The media is Guyana is also restricted. Rural Indians do not have internet access. They are isolated. The AFC realizes this and as such are correctly targeting region 6 - the backbone of the PPP traditional voting base.
Jagdeo/Ramotar are very desperate and insecure. They know that they are losing momentum while the AFC is gaining momentum. They know the PPP crowds are rented and comprise mainly of soup drinking sycophants. They know the reality of election day will be very different. In 2006 the PPP did an internal poll and it revealed that the PPP would not have gotten a majority without Moses.
The challenge the AFC faces is time. They are racing against the clock. Guyana is heading for a minority government whose life will be very short.