Django posted:caribny posted:One fact that needs to be understood is even though the two groups didn't trust each other they lived side by side so had great impact on each other.VishMahabir posted:
Admin, you should close this thread, its not going anywhere.
That's true in the Countryside, my neighboring village is Afro we get along fine, sometimes we go for a drink at the bars, same they will do in our village.
As I keep on saying the problem in Guyana isnt at the individual level. It is at the group level. Blacks dont trust Indians to lead the nation and Indians dont trust blacks to do so. This is because of the fact that they dont expect such leadership to be fair. I will add that the Indian leaders who are distrusted by blacks aren't just the PPP but also the Indian tycoons who dominate the private sector, even at DDL where I have heard reports of anti black racism.