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President Irfaan Ali speaking today.

President Irfaan Ali

January 9 ,2021

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President Irfaan Ali today condemned a decree issued by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on January 7th this year seeking to unilaterally fix land and maritime boundaries adjacent to Guyana’s Essequibo coast.

In an address to the Nation, Ali said the Venezuelan move was a “legal nullity”.

He also condemned Venezuela’s rejection of the recent International Court of Justice ruling establishing jurisdiction to hear Guyana’s case that the 1899 arbitral tribunal be declared as valid and binding.

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Jackass Ali should be removed as president.   He is a crook and is incapable of leading Guyana in a fight against Venezuela. Not a blade of grass but the Venoes could have a jackass named Irfaan Ali.

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Venezuela’s National Assembly establishing special committee ‘for defence of Essequibo”; asks UN Secretary General to restart dialogue with Guyana

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Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro.

Venezuela’s national assembly will establish a special committee for the defense of the Essequibo region of Guyana, which the former nation claims, BN Americas reported.

The committee’s creation is part of an accord approved by lawmakers that rejects the International Court of Justice’s ruling in favor of Guyana regarding the tribunal’s jurisdiction in the territorial dispute.

The accord ratifies a 1966 Geneva agreement to resolve the conflict via bilateral negotiations, as Venezuela does not recognize an arbitral award of October 1899 in favor of its neighbor.

“It is ours; it belongs to the Venezuelans and we are going to reconquer it in peace, in national union, we are going to achieve it,” President Nicolás Maduro said following the legislative body’s decision.

Essequibo covers over half of Guyana and runs from the country’s coast on the border with Venezuela, south to Brazil. Saber-rattling on the part of Venezuela intensified as Guyana advanced toward first oil and included harassment by Venezuela’s navy of vessels carrying out hydrocarbons seismic work.

Venezuela’s President, Nicolas Maduro has written to the Secretary General of the United Nations (UN), António Guterres, asking him to intervene to promote  dialogue with Guyana on the border controversy. “It is necessary to count from their good will with their good offices, in the broadest sense possible, to restart, with the urgency that this controversy merits, direct talks between Guyana and Venezuela with the aim of advancing towards a peaceful and beneficial understanding for both. parts “, highlights the communication published by the Venezuelan Foreign Minister, Jorge Arreaza, reported El Universal.

In the letter, the Venezuelan president warns: “You have the ability to revive dialogue as a way to avoid decisions outside of international legality, which can seriously jeopardize the peace and security of the region.”

The Venezuelan leader said his country never consented to the role of the ICJ in the border matter.

Now we are going to see how patriotic are the members of the GDF. All soldiers past and present are recalled to the barracks and that includes the National service members who are still alive.

@Ramakant-P posted:

Now we are going to see how patriotic are the members of the GDF. All soldiers past and present are recalled to the barracks and that includes the National service members who are still alive.

Here is where Rafael Trotman's strategy pays off.  The accelerated and perhaps less than optimal agreement with Exxon means the US will be on Guyana's side mainly to defend American economic interests.  Not a blade of grass but they could have a jackass if its name is Irfaan Ali.

@Prashad posted:

Madero dare not say this nonsense with a powerful Trump. Guyana should start drafting and training Venezuelans in Guyana as an anti- Maduro fighting force.

You post from lala land, huh, Prash? I won't trust any of them!

@Ramakant-P posted:

Now we are going to see how patriotic are the members of the GDF. All soldiers past and present are recalled to the barracks and that includes the National service members who are still alive.

Hahahahaha......Venezuela's armed forces are more than the total of all Guyanese alive, wherever they may be living!

@Totaram posted:

Here is where Rafael Trotman's strategy pays off.  The accelerated and perhaps less than optimal agreement with Exxon means the US will be on Guyana's side mainly to defend American economic interests.  Not a blade of grass but they could have a jackass if its name is Irfaan Ali.

You had better watch Commissar Jagdeo! He wants Guyana to join Venezuela's Commissar Manuro to create the United States of South America! Ali is only Jagdeo's surrogate! A sock puppet!

Vietnam revisited!

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@Ramakant-P posted:

Now we are going to see how patriotic are the members of the GDF. All soldiers past and present are recalled to the barracks and that includes the National service members who are still alive.

GDF only know how to beat up and kill Jagon koolie.

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@shallyv posted:

You had better watch Commissar Jagdeo! He wants Guyana to join Venezuela's Commissar Manuro to create the United States of South America! Ali is only Jagdeo's surrogate! A sock puppet!

Vietnam revisited!

You don't even know what Jagdeo wants. He is a patriot. He is the architect of progress and prosperity in Guyana. The last 4 months prove that.   His 12 1/3 year rule started it. He kept Venezuela at bay and will continue to do so.

@Ramakant-P posted:

You don't even know what Jagdeo wants. He is a patriot. He is the architect of progress and prosperity in Guyana. The last 4 months prove that.   His 12 1/3 year rule started it. He kept Venezuela at bay and will continue to do so.

YOU know, don't you?!! So, tell us! He kept which Venezuela at bay? Venezuela is afraid of the US having an excuse to invade them in 'defence' of Guyana, not impotent Guyana, you fool!

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@shallyv posted:

YOU know, don't you?!! So, tell us! He kept which Venezuela at bay? Venezuela is afraid of the US having an excuse to invade them, not impotent Guyana, you fool!

I may be a fool in your eyes, but I spoke the truth.  If Venezuela even tries to invade Guyana, they will have a rude awakening.   

@shallyv posted:

Yeah? Who willl wake them up? You, superJagdeo?

You will never guess.  You like to make jokes. Here is one for you.  Nehru's battalion is being assembled at the border as we speak.

Burnham once told me.  You hit the assailant first before the assailant hits you.

Nehru's battalion? In Guyana? What are they doing there? What COULD they do there? Bunham lied to you! And the rest of Guyana's buttheads! Not a blade of grass? Keep your grass, you jack! We, Venezuelans, a brave people, know which government to pick a fight with! We won't even have to use guns, unless the US interferes with what is none of their damn business! You're using your wrong end for bowel relief!

Now the US is claiming to support the ICJ hearing! Watch out! If the US and Venezuela settle their differences (Venezuela has oil AND refineries) and the US supports Venezuela's claim to the Essequibo region, what is Guyana, a sh*thole country with iggerunt, squabbling leaders in various shades of feces, going to do about it? Not a damn thing! Guyana will be the promised bride left at the altar crying! You had better get a refinery NOW before it's too late! Other projects can wait! You would still be able to service your fledglng industries by buying oil, even from Venezuela! Don't make Nigeria's mistake which has cost them billions! Oil, refined, is more costly than oil! Naturally! The refining's the thing! A country has NO friends! Only (temporary) allies! Don't count on Jagdeo's dream of collaborating with Manuro! The US will never allow a United States of South America! Their economy depends too heavily on South America! That's why so many Latin Americans go to America by hook or crook! They go where their resources are going! I've always wondered about the CCJ's (US influenced?) decision! The ICJ is next on the interference agenda! Quid pro quo is in the air! The US mostly ignores the ICJ, unless it suits their purposes!

Note: I posted similar comments on SN but they were taken down! I wonder why! Maybe DG or others will take this one down, too!

I've said my three cents worth of consarned iggerunce as a member of a sh*thole community (I still have dual citizenship! Remember?)

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Under the PNC government, Guyana used to be a 'shytehole' country. Just look at the progress made By President Irfaan Ali, you will see that this country is becoming a Paradise everyone so dreamed about. Your post is a joke. Furthermore, Ali is the President, not Jagdeo. Stop living in the past and get on with the program of rebuilding the country.

Fool, Jagdeo is the Secretary of the PPP, the top man like Joe Stalin! Ali had better do as he told or else! What Paradise? The handouts have made you delirious, no doubt! Can afford more expensive liquor now, huh? You're so easily inebriated that it makes you see everything through pink eyes! Next time have some protein first, milk, a steak, roast pork! Old trick of mine to out-drink everyone else!  Sycophancy eventually breeds despair!

@Ramakant-P posted:

You will never guess.  You like to make jokes. Here is one for you.  Nehru's battalion is being assembled at the border as we speak.

Burnham once told me.  You hit the assailant first before the assailant hits you.

Bunum had bodyguards with him when he beat up people! The bully couldn't take any chances that he might be the one getting the first blow! How would that look to his faithful worshipping slaves?

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