These are all just a bunch of excuses to cover up your shame of the African roots.
What cultural creativity are you prattling about? Why don't you just say AfroG cultural creativity, as there is no shared Guyanese culture per say across all 6 races.
I am proud of the African component of my creole culture. There are many in terms of our food preparation, speech patterns, music and dancing, etc. Sorrel drink and the pepper sauce that you consume is AFRICAN! Bet you didn't know that. Cooking with coconut milk is AFRICAN! Bet you didn't know that. And there are many other Africanisms. Just look at the body language of Guyanese (including Indo Guyanese), Lots of arm waving and facial expressions. AFRICAN.
When I was in college and I had a room mate for Ghana I used the term "stupidee stupidee" to describe some one. Who educated me of the fact that this was a DIRECT translation from Twi.
In fact it is this component that makes a lie of the fact that you and other racists scream that blacks have no culture.
And in fact you on a daily basis unwittingly engage in this Afro derived culture every time you use any Creolese expression. Creolese is derived out of a form of pidgin English which was developed in West Africa. The Africans "Africanized" English to suit their linguistic purposes and this language/dialect spread to the English speaking Caribbean where each society made their own adjustments.
So druggie the MAIN language of the vast majority of Indo Guyanese is an "Africanized" form of English. Yes this was developed so that the vast number of ethnic groups in various regions of Africa could communicate with each other, given that they didn't know each others languages.
Whenever Guyanese gather and sing Guyanese folks songs (Which EVERY Guyanese knows) there are singing Afro Caribbean music. Why don't we also sing Indo Guyanese folks songs that we know exist. Because people like you are ashamed of every thing that is Indo Guyanese and want to slave behind pretending to be hidden, so few Guyanese are exposed to this songs. "Dis time nah lang time" is every bit as Guyanese as is "Hear Auntie Bess." But you view this as "coolie culture" derived from illiterate peasants and so are ashamed of it!