And so what does this do? Either the PPP or the Coalition wins.  Given that both have been very unimpressive and Guyana remains the nation in the English speaking Caribbean with the most dire levels of socio economic performance.  Even in delivering indoor plumbing in a nation where floods are the norm we do less well than does a dry island like Antigua.

The priority in Guyana isn't about who wins.  Its about Guyanese wresting power from these incompetent thieves whose only success is pandering to our ethnic insecurities.

 

 

caribny posted:

And so what does this do? Either the PPP or the Coalition wins.  Given that both have been very unimpressive and Guyana remains the nation in the English speaking Caribbean with the most dire levels of socio economic performance.  Even in delivering indoor plumbing in a nation where floods are the norm we do less well than does a dry island like Antigua.

The priority in Guyana isn't about who wins.  Its about Guyanese wresting power from these incompetent thieves whose only success is pandering to our ethnic insecurities.

 

 

The PPP economic achievement between 1992- 2015 speaks for itself. Guyana was taken from the slums and turn into a livable state. Pave Rd, running water and Electricity big mansions  in Buxton, Agricola, Paradise, Victoria, Nabaclis to name a few. These same very areas was run down under a black government. 

The collie man build dance hall FREE fo Ayo, Schools and health centre, Ayo so smart, Ayo burned down the schools and government building in Linden. 

Dave posted:
 

 

The PPP economic achievement between 1992- 2015 speaks for itself.

Guyana was last in the  English Caribbean in 1992 and in 2015 thousands of Guyanese were still fleeing to the islands. Still last.  Most of the PPP supporters who fled to these majority black islands left under Jagdeo.  Some of those islanders didn't even know what an Indian looked like under swarms descended as they fled Jagdeo's regime.

 I certainly didn't hear any Bajans jumping up and down about running down to Guyana looking for work because the PPP had made Guyana prosperous!

And those big houses in the black villages were funded by black Guyaneswe who made money in gold, or who fled Guyana and sent back their savings.  If they were such beneficiaries of the PPP how come they rejected them in 2015 with throngs run around the street screaming " The slow Holocaust is now over!", referring to the blatant anti black oppression of the PPP/Indo elites?

 

Its interesting.  If an Indo now makes money under APNU/AFC (or did under Burnham)  they are hard working.  But every success of blacks must be due to the PPP.  Amazing how your racist serpent brain works.

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