CALL FOR ACTION BY CLEMENT ROHEE

Too much talking; too many press conferences, too many press releases yet government not budging:

Time for action!!

No cane must be planted or harvested no factory must grind;

Call for a general strike;

Occupy parliament ;

Organize a Solidarity March from Crabwood Creek to Charity;

Hold vigils outside PM’s residence and the Green House;

Hold massive demonstrations in Georgetown;

Whip up international support;

Call for an international boycott of Guyana’s sugar;

Stop sugar from being exported from our shores;

Shut down the entire industry. Why must some work while others starve?

Establish a Solidarity Fund for sugar workers;

The sugar industry must not be allowed function according to the whims and fancies of a discredited government!

The Granger administration is bold enough to close down estates and throw thousands on the bread line.

Why should Guyanese who will suffer not be bold enough to take action in defense of their legitimate interests and livelihoods?

One for All and All for One!!

Solidarity forever!!

No to business as usual in the sugar industry!

Onwards to Victory through militancy!

Original Post

The goat suddenly starts to bleat. Yesterday it was Ramtar who after a few years suddenly awoke and remembered the Indian govt had offered some cash to help prop up sugar. While in office neither of these two puppets worked for their salary now they would like to be taken seriously. Gwan da side losers.

Mitwah posted:

I actually agree with this call. The PPP could use the raise they got to help the workers. 

Your Heroes Ramjattan and Moses promised 20 percent increase and that they would not close down Sugar Industries.

How about you confronting those two scumbags before calling on the PPP of which you so hated to help ?

The PPP will do what the PPP has to do, you deal with your AFC dead meat party and scumbags. The PPP does not need a PNC cut and paste expert.

Dave posted:

Too much talking; too many press conferences, too many press releases yet government not budging:

Time for action!!

No cane must be planted or harvested no factory must grind;

Call for a general strike;

Occupy parliament ;

Organize a Solidarity March from Crabwood Creek to Charity;

Hold vigils outside PM’s residence and the Green House;

Hold massive demonstrations in Georgetown;

Whip up international support;

Call for an international boycott of Guyana’s sugar;

Stop sugar from being exported from our shores;

Shut down the entire industry. Why must some work while others starve?

Establish a Solidarity Fund for sugar workers;

The sugar industry must not be allowed function according to the whims and fancies of a discredited government!

The Granger administration is bold enough to close down estates and throw thousands on the bread line.

Why should Guyanese who will suffer not be bold enough to take action in defense of their legitimate interests and livelihoods?

One for All and All for One!!

Solidarity forever!!

No to business as usual in the sugar industry!

Onwards to Victory through militancy!

Dese bannas is all talk. Is Rohee willing to stand in the front line as a leader to lead dem people or is he going to lead from Freedom House??

AND, what exactly is the PPP doing to help dem sugar workers?

VishMahabir posted:
Dave posted:

Too much talking; too many press conferences, too many press releases yet government not budging:

Time for action!!

No cane must be planted or harvested no factory must grind;

Call for a general strike;

Occupy parliament ;

Organize a Solidarity March from Crabwood Creek to Charity;

Hold vigils outside PM’s residence and the Green House;

Hold massive demonstrations in Georgetown;

Whip up international support;

Call for an international boycott of Guyana’s sugar;

Stop sugar from being exported from our shores;

Shut down the entire industry. Why must some work while others starve?

Establish a Solidarity Fund for sugar workers;

The sugar industry must not be allowed function according to the whims and fancies of a discredited government!

The Granger administration is bold enough to close down estates and throw thousands on the bread line.

Why should Guyanese who will suffer not be bold enough to take action in defense of their legitimate interests and livelihoods?

One for All and All for One!!

Solidarity forever!!

No to business as usual in the sugar industry!

Onwards to Victory through militancy!

Dese bannas is all talk. Is Rohee willing to stand in the front line as a leader to lead dem people or is he going to lead from Freedom House??

AND, what exactly is the PPP doing to help dem sugar workers?

Maybe you should wait and see then judge?

Even though Rohee is not the leader of the opposition or general secretary of the PPP, he has been vocal in his support of sugar workers and attended many demonstrations in their support. 

Those of you living abroad might not know this or want to recognize it. Though I am not a fan of Rohee, I think that this criticism is not congruent with the facts.

I do not hear of anyone here going back and helping the sugar workers in their present predicament, since they think that GAWU and the PPP are not able, capable, effective, or want to represent them. What about a relief fund? Keyboard warriors who offer solace to themselves by their posting.

Mitwah posted:
Zed posted:

 What about a relief fund? 

None from me. Too many thieves. What has GAWU done with the Union Dues it collected over the years?

I prefer to support my own families. Keyboard Warrior, what are you doing?

Actually if you start a crowd funding initiative, have Bibi and Alena handle the funds.   I’m certain it will be in trusted hands.  I am serious and honest about this!

I am in Canada on an extended visit so our family has been trying to determine how we can shift some resources from existing projects in Guyana to meet some needs of former sugar workers. We are hoping that we can help in what ever way we can because this is not about GAWU, the PPP, the AFC or the PNC, it is about the people who are affected by decisions beyond their control. I am Returning to Guyana in less than a week so we will try.

Cain, in all seriousness, I think that it is callous for the government, through GUYSUCO to lay off all of these workers without having a concrete plan in place either for their retraining or otherwise. This is wrong and will have severe impact on the communities where these workers reside and depend on for purchases, etc.  Carib has been arguing that the same thing happened to bauxite workers. If he is correct, that was wrong also. 

SUgar has been used as a political football over the years by all the political parties and the workers are the ones to face the consequences. The argument that they voted for particular political parties so they must bear some the responsibility, though sounding alluring, is not. Regardless of who wins an election, the party that wins has an obligation to govern as if all the people voted for it, that it acts in the interest of all.

I still hold that a good cost benefit analysis has not been done, that the management of GUYSUCO lacked the vision and expertise necessary to transform the industry into a profitable one, that the decisions currently made are political ones based on political expediency and motives. They really do not understand good management practices, do not know the difference between level 1 and level 2 change, do not know how to recognize possibilities and move from possibilities to reality.

Baseman posted:
Mitwah posted:
Zed posted:

 What about a relief fund? 

None from me. Too many thieves. What has GAWU done with the Union Dues it collected over the years?

I prefer to support my own families. Keyboard Warrior, what are you doing?

Actually if you start a crowd funding initiative, have Bibi and Alena handle the funds.   I’m certain it will be in trusted hands.  I am serious and honest about this!

I am certain they will appreciate your vouching for their integrity. 

cain posted:

Ok Zed I'll do my part. I will begin by eating huge amounts of sugar again and will spread the word among friends and family that sugar is good.

More than likely you will help Bedessee sugar with your little part. 

what a nincompoop. 

Zed posted:

I am in Canada on an extended visit so our family has been trying to determine how we can shift some resources from existing projects in Guyana to meet some needs of former sugar workers. We are hoping that we can help in what ever way we can because this is not about GAWU, the PPP, the AFC or the PNC, it is about the people who are affected by decisions beyond their control. I am Returning to Guyana in less than a week so we will try.

if you want to really help take back nehru,skeltonman,yugi,grugB to start a radical movement against the government they have all the ideas 

kp posted:

The PPP sole purpose should be to make the coalition a failure.

Dave posted:

Too much talking; too many press conferences, too many press releases yet government not budging:

Time for action!!

No cane must be planted or harvested no factory must grind;

Call for a general strike;

Occupy parliament ;

Organize a Solidarity March from Crabwood Creek to Charity;

Hold vigils outside PM’s residence and the Green House;

Hold massive demonstrations in Georgetown;

Whip up international support;

Call for an international boycott of Guyana’s sugar;

Stop sugar from being exported from our shores;

Shut down the entire industry. Why must some work while others starve?

Establish a Solidarity Fund for sugar workers;

The sugar industry must not be allowed function according to the whims and fancies of a discredited government!

The Granger administration is bold enough to close down estates and throw thousands on the bread line.

Why should Guyanese who will suffer not be bold enough to take action in defense of their legitimate interests and livelihoods?

One for All and All for One!!

Solidarity forever!!

No to business as usual in the sugar industry!

Onwards to Victory through militancy!

you wan mad man u will be helping the government close down the rest of the estates 

warrior posted:
Zed posted:

I am in Canada on an extended visit so our family has been trying to determine how we can shift some resources from existing projects in Guyana to meet some needs of former sugar workers. We are hoping that we can help in what ever way we can because this is not about GAWU, the PPP, the AFC or the PNC, it is about the people who are affected by decisions beyond their control. I am Returning to Guyana in less than a week so we will try.

if you want to really help take back nehru,skeltonman,yugi,grugB to start a radical movement against the government they have all the ideas 

I see they let you out for the weekend. You must be at the public library posting. What happen? Don't they let you guys use the prison computers?

skeldon_man posted:
warrior posted:
Zed posted:

I am in Canada on an extended visit so our family has been trying to determine how we can shift some resources from existing projects in Guyana to meet some needs of former sugar workers. We are hoping that we can help in what ever way we can because this is not about GAWU, the PPP, the AFC or the PNC, it is about the people who are affected by decisions beyond their control. I am Returning to Guyana in less than a week so we will try.

if you want to really help take back nehru,skeltonman,yugi,grugB to start a radical movement against the government they have all the ideas 

I see they let you out for the weekend. You must be at the public library posting. What happen? Don't they let you guys use the prison computers?

you rass have to stop fighting on GNI and go fight in guyana

Drugb posted:
cain posted:

Ok Zed I'll do my part. I will begin by eating huge amounts of sugar again and will spread the word among friends and family that sugar is good.

More than likely you will help Bedessee sugar with your little part. 

what a nincompoop. 

Will you or can you ever quit acting like an ass? 

warrior posted:
kp posted:

The PPP sole purpose should be to make the coalition a failure.

Dave posted:

Too much talking; too many press conferences, too many press releases yet government not budging:

Time for action!!

No cane must be planted or harvested no factory must grind;

Call for a general strike;

Occupy parliament ;

Organize a Solidarity March from Crabwood Creek to Charity;

Hold vigils outside PM’s residence and the Green House;

Hold massive demonstrations in Georgetown;

Whip up international support;

Call for an international boycott of Guyana’s sugar;

Stop sugar from being exported from our shores;

Shut down the entire industry. Why must some work while others starve?

Establish a Solidarity Fund for sugar workers;

The sugar industry must not be allowed function according to the whims and fancies of a discredited government!

The Granger administration is bold enough to close down estates and throw thousands on the bread line.

Why should Guyanese who will suffer not be bold enough to take action in defense of their legitimate interests and livelihoods?

One for All and All for One!!

Solidarity forever!!

No to business as usual in the sugar industry!

Onwards to Victory through militancy!

you wan mad man u will be helping the government close down the rest of the estates 

The sugar workers are not alone in their fight.  Rohee needs to step up and ramp up to a National level and impact across sectors and the nation.  Create an “occupy Main Street” movement, block the airport, block ports, occupy bridges, occupy parliament, occupy anywhere that impedes business as usual!   

The commercial sector needs to be brought in.  Indians are in a fight for their very existence.

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