They are now robbing Mosques and Mandirs !!!!

This is unheard of as desperation kicks in a depressed economy as the nation suffers under this clueless administration and it is getting worse with Idiot Ramjattan in charge.

Muslims and Hindus are new targets under this racist Administration.

Who's next ?

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yuji22 posted:

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Drugb's Crime Tracker thread started on Oct 3, 2015. So, the thread has been running 797 days. 

12,041 views divided by 797 days = 15 views per day. How many times daily does Drugb view his thread? How many times daily does yuji22 view Drugb's thread? How many times daily do non-members/visitors view Drugb's thread? Ma-riddle-ma-riddle-ma-ree....

Gilbakka posted:
yuji22 posted:

Screen Shot 2017-08-30 at 7.59.06 AM

Drugb's Crime Tracker thread started on Oct 3, 2015. So, the thread has been running 797 days. 

12,041 views divided by 797 days = 15 views per day. How many times daily does Drugb view his thread? How many times daily does yuji22 view Drugb's thread? How many times daily do non-members/visitors view Drugb's thread? Ma-riddle-ma-riddle-ma-ree....

Drugb 7.5 times in the morning/Drug 7.5 times in the afternoon.

Gilbakka posted:
yuji22 posted:

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Drugb's Crime Tracker thread started on Oct 3, 2015. So, the thread has been running 797 days. 

12,041 views divided by 797 days = 15 views per day. How many times daily does Drugb view his thread? How many times daily does yuji22 view Drugb's thread? How many times daily do non-members/visitors view Drugb's thread? Ma-riddle-ma-riddle-ma-ree....

OK Gil,

It may appear that you are comfortable with the escalation of crime in Guyana. 

Well, Guyanese and especially Berbicians are angry at the idiot Ramjattan for the escalation of crime in Guyana. He appears clueless.

As far as I can recall, the AFC/PNC idiots campaigned on a law and order platform. These idiot lied to Guyanese and DrugB's thread of over 12,000 views stand on it's own. It does not need you, nor Mitwah's nor Tola's endorsement.

Facts are facts. And BTW, whether it is 15 views per day vs 0 views per day does not mean that crime is not a serious problem in Guyana especially with that clown Ramjattan in charge.

Shyte Head Granger and Clown Ramjattan fit like a glove.

Muslims and Hindus are the biggest victims here and worse yet, Mosques and Mandirs are the new targets.

Carry on and keep defending Shyte head Granger and Clown Ramjattan.

All I hear is Jagdeo this and Jagdeo that while Shyte Heads Granger and Ramjattan are given a free pass.

No wonder a racist Black administration is taking advantage of Indos while a few stupid ones are cheering them on.

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Django posted:

Yugi22, reminds of some people making noise to prove they are "top dog",while in the real world they are empty barrels.

Listen O King of Slop,

Yuji is GNI's top 5 and has earned 100,000 points. You can definitely say top dog and please say it 100 more times.

Yuji posts and threads are among the most read and debated. Hint, take some clues from Yuji.

What is your record again ?

I highly encourage you to start meaningful threads and argue with intelligence and you MAY start edging toward a top dog status. Did you ever visit a cake shop in Guyana and observed how the bottles were staked on the shelves ?

O king of slop, GNI's status and point system is not about making noise. Please read up on how status and points are calculated. Posting PNC slop is not helping your status.

Even my Buddy Gil has been reduced to a Newbie.

Honourable 

Yuji22 (GNI's top 5, 100,000 points)

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yuji22 posted:
 

 

OK Gil,

It may appear that you are comfortable with the escalation of crime in Guyana. 

 

Appearance is not fact. You gave a number. I analyzed the number. Indeed, crime level is high. But it seems like people have become numbed to what is a norm, judging from my calculation. I am merely indicating that in my own way.

yuji22 posted:
Django posted:

Yugi22, reminds of some people making noise to prove they are "top dog",while in the real world they are empty barrels.

Listen O King of Slop,

Yuji is GNI's top 5 and has earned 100,000 points. You can definitely say top dog and please say it 100 more times.

Yuji posts and threads are among the most read and debated. Hint, take some clues from Yuji.

What is your record again ?

I highly encourage you to start meaningful threads and argue with intelligence and you MAY start edging toward a top dog status. Did you ever visit a cake shop in Guyana and observed how the bottles were staked on the shelves ?

O king of slop, GNI's status and point system is not about making noise. Please read up on how status and points are calculated. Posting PNC slop is not helping your status.

Even my Buddy Gil has been reduced to a Newbie.

Honourable 

Yuji22 (GNI's top 5, 100,000 points)

Stooping low to bolster your claim to be "king of the jungle" is noted,the sound of an empty barrel.

Don't need to check my rank on GNI,whoever are interested can do so by placing their mouse pointer over my nick.

yuji22 posted:
Gilbakka posted:
yuji22 posted:
 

 

OK Gil,

It may appear that you are comfortable with the escalation of crime in Guyana. 

 

. Indeed, crime level is high. 

Thanks for accepting and acknowledging the fact that crime level is high.

All of this under the Idiot's Ramjattan watch.

Gone are the days of the PPP and your Proud Phantoms. 

Gilbakka posted:
yuji22 posted:

Screen Shot 2017-08-30 at 7.59.06 AM

Drugb's Crime Tracker thread started on Oct 3, 2015. So, the thread has been running 797 days. 

12,041 views divided by 797 days = 15 views per day. How many times daily does Drugb view his thread? How many times daily does yuji22 view Drugb's thread? How many times daily do non-members/visitors view Drugb's thread? Ma-riddle-ma-riddle-ma-ree....

What's your point?

Mitwah posted:
yuji22 posted:
Gilbakka posted:
yuji22 posted:
 

 

OK Gil,

It may appear that you are comfortable with the escalation of crime in Guyana. 

 

. Indeed, crime level is high. 

Thanks for accepting and acknowledging the fact that crime level is high.

All of this under the Idiot's Ramjattan watch.

Gone are the days of the PPP and your Proud Phantoms. 

Why do your knickers always curl up in a know when someone mentions Ramjattan name?  Do you really and truly believe he is doing a good job with the crime situation in Guyana?

Serious crimes down by almost 20%

- police

The Guyana Police Force (GPF) on Tuesday announced that it had recorded a 19% decrease in serious crimes for the first four months of the year as compared to the same period last year.

The statistics, released by the GPF, have come as a recent rash of crimes has led to growing unease in the business community and criticisms of the almost year-old coalition government for its seeming inability to manage national security.

“There was a 9% reduction in reports of murder; a 9% decrease in gun-related robberies; an 8% decrease in armed robberies where other instruments were used by the perpetrators; a 38% decrease in robberies with violence; a 38% decrease in robberies with aggravation; an 18% decrease in rape; and a 22% decrease in break and enter and larceny,” the GPF said in a press release.

The police also indicated that the reports of crimes made in April, 2016, represented a 32% decrease against those reported in March this year. “The slowing down of the crime rates is based on several initiatives taken by the Government and the Guyana Police Force to manage the crime situation,” the GPF said.           

According to the GPF, the initiatives include capacity building in the Criminal Investigation Department that is now manifested in perpetrators of high profile crimes being arrested within two to three days of their occurrence.

“That situation coupled with the social crime prevention programme and our anti-crime patrol systems as well as Government policy initiatives are developing the public trust and reducing the fear of crime in the Guyanese society,” the police force said.

According to the police force, its partnership programmes with civil society organisations and its collaboration with local and foreign law enforcement agencies have also served to strengthen its capacity.

The release further said that presently 12 Assistant Superintendents of the Police Force are attached to the Dade County Police, in Miami, for a period of three weeks. This training is likely to expose them to a “First World approach” on designing tactics and delivering on frontline functions.

It added that for the year 33 members of the force have received training overseas in various aspects of law enforcement, inclusive of a three-month course in Cyber Crime in India, a three-month course in Advanced Fingerprint Technology, also in India, and an Advanced Crime Scene Investigation Course, in Russia.

Further, the force said locally another batch of 34 new entrants to the Criminal Investigation Department has completed a six-week training programme. This adds to 24 ranks who completed an Intelligence Gathering and Analysis Course, 20 ranks who participated in a Narcotics Investigators’ Course, and another 35 who attended a programme on National Protocols for Child Advocacy Centres Multi-disciplinary Teams.      Source:

 

Bibi Haniffa posted:
Gilbakka posted:
yuji22 posted:

Screen Shot 2017-08-30 at 7.59.06 AM

Drugb's Crime Tracker thread started on Oct 3, 2015. So, the thread has been running 797 days. 

12,041 views divided by 797 days = 15 views per day. How many times daily does Drugb view his thread? How many times daily does yuji22 view Drugb's thread? How many times daily do non-members/visitors view Drugb's thread? Ma-riddle-ma-riddle-ma-ree....

What's your point?

Gilly could please explain it a bit more simple for Bibishka.  

It looks like under the PNC crime is the norm.  The crime tracker thread is there to document instances of crime, not to pass judgment, I leave that to the pundits.  If lilmohan and his recruit gilly feel that crime has been reduced and at acceptable levels then it is their prerogative.  Meanwhile the citizens of Guyana may think differently. I saw a video on facebook of the giftland killing yesterday, and even the afros were unsympathetic to the death of this bandit. This should be a wakeup call for the PNC, if their support base is no longer supporting their criminal activities, they are in danger of losing, only depending on lilmohan and the slop can crew for support. 

yuji22 posted:

It is really sad to see Matwah reducing himself by posting Fake News for the slop can crew. Con Men Moses and Ramjattan have reduced Mitwah to such a sad and sorry state.

The AFC has no ammunition left but Fake New and a small bunch Con Men led by Mitwah.

These two have got Freedom House and their supporters spinning,they can't catch their level,it's been 2+ yrs,brace yourselves more to come.

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Drugb posted:

I also am aware that during Gilly's absence, he was actually on a special PR training mission for the afc/pnc. Notice how he came back claiming to be impartial but still supporting pnc incompetency. 

I thought you had me on ignore. LOL. So you do actually read my posts. 

And look how upon my return I got you running around like a headless dankey. 

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Mitwah posted:

Serious crimes down by almost 20%

- police

 

According to the GPF, the initiatives include capacity building in the Criminal Investigation Department that is now manifested in perpetrators of high profile crimes being arrested within two to three days of their occurrence.

That situation coupled with the social crime prevention programme and our anti-crime patrol systems as well as Government policy initiatives are developing the public trust and reducing the fear of crime in the Guyanese society, the police force said.

According to the police force, its partnership programmes with civil society organisations and its collaboration with local and foreign law enforcement agencies have also served to strengthen its capacity.

The release further said that presently 12 Assistant Superintendents of the Police Force are attached to the Dade County Police, in Miami, for a period of three weeks. This training is likely to expose them to a First World approach on designing tactics and delivering on frontline functions.

It added that for the year 33 members of the force have received training overseas in various aspects of law enforcement, inclusive of a three-month course in Cyber Crime in India, a three-month course in Advanced Fingerprint Technology, also in India, and an Advanced Crime Scene Investigation Course, in Russia.

Further, the force said locally another batch of 34 new entrants to the Criminal Investigation Department has completed a six-week training programme. This adds to 24 ranks who completed an Intelligence Gathering and Analysis Course, 20 ranks who participated in a Narcotics Investigators Course, and another 35 who attended a programme on National Protocols for Child Advocacy Centres Multi-disciplinary Teams.      Source:

 

 

Mitwah posted:
Mitwah posted:

Serious crimes down by almost 20%

- police

 

According to the GPF, the initiatives include capacity building in the Criminal Investigation Department that is now manifested in perpetrators of high profile crimes being arrested within two to three days of their occurrence.

That situation coupled with the social crime prevention programme and our anti-crime patrol systems as well as Government policy initiatives are developing the public trust and reducing the fear of crime in the Guyanese society, the police force said.

According to the police force, its partnership programmes with civil society organisations and its collaboration with local and foreign law enforcement agencies have also served to strengthen its capacity.

The release further said that presently 12 Assistant Superintendents of the Police Force are attached to the Dade County Police, in Miami, for a period of three weeks. This training is likely to expose them to a First World approach on designing tactics and delivering on frontline functions.

It added that for the year 33 members of the force have received training overseas in various aspects of law enforcement, inclusive of a three-month course in Cyber Crime in India, a three-month course in Advanced Fingerprint Technology, also in India, and an Advanced Crime Scene Investigation Course, in Russia.

Further, the force said locally another batch of 34 new entrants to the Criminal Investigation Department has completed a six-week training programme. This adds to 24 ranks who completed an Intelligence Gathering and Analysis Course, 20 ranks who participated in a Narcotics Investigators Course, and another 35 who attended a programme on National Protocols for Child Advocacy Centres Multi-disciplinary Teams.      Source:

 

 

How much are you paid to spread lies, and if you are doing it for free, what a shame