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East Indians under PNC and PPP Government of Guyana.

It’s interesting from observation of data of the population of East Indians in Guyana,from 1960 to 1980, the population increased from 47.8 percent to a peek of 51.9 percent. Those were tough years of oppression and economic decline under the PNC started around 1970 .From 1980 the population decrease to 48.6 percent in 1991.From 1992 the PPP came to power, the population decrease further reaching 39.8 percent in 2012.There is a possibility to date, the population further decreased.

The strange phenomenon, the population grows up to 1980 and the decrease to date.

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Django posted:

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East Indians under PNC and PPP Government of Guyana.

It’s interesting from observation of data of the population of East Indians in Guyana,from 1960 to 1980, the population increased from 47.8 percent to a peek of 51.9 percent. Those were tough years of oppression and economic decline under the PNC started around 1970 .From 1980 the population decrease to 48.6 percent in 1991.From 1992 the PPP came to power, the population decrease further reaching 39.8 percent in 2012.There is a possibility to date, the population further decreased.

The strange phenomenon, the population grows up to 1980 and the decrease to date.

Django...you are missing the most important years....the last 7 years. You have that data?

Django posted:
VishMahabir posted:

Django...you are missing the most important years....the last 7 years. You have that data?

Naah don't have any info.

Need the sages to explain, the East Indian population growth in the tough days and the decrease in the good days.

Because if you are less simplistic in your thoughts you will understand lots of people put in papers in the late 70s and began actual migration in the 80s.  Many then sponsored families who got their visas and left.  People waited years and did not want to risk regretting an the dark shadow of the PNC still loomed.  

During the latter part of the PPP reign, the US started granting lots of holiday and visitors’ visas as people were not overstaying. Those people were no longer desperate to move. 

Baseman posted:
Django posted:
VishMahabir posted:

Django...you are missing the most important years....the last 7 years. You have that data?

Naah don't have any info.

Need the sages to explain, the East Indian population growth in the tough days and the decrease in the good days.

Because if you are less simplistic in your thoughts you will understand lots of people put in papers in the late 70s and began actual migration in the 80s.  Many then sponsored families who got their visas and left.  People waited years and did not want to risk regretting an the dark shadow of the PNC still loomed.  

During the latter part of the PPP reign, the US started granting lots of holiday and visitors’ visas as people were not overstaying. Those people were no longer desperate to move. 

Banna you fumbling  thinking too much of PNC.The East Indian population was still growing up to 80's, although they were sponsored by was migrating relatives in the 70's, clearly the population was not stagnant.

By the 80's  and to date people started to migrate, due to sponsorship and those who overstayed their visitors visa. You are correct during the PPP years, more visitors visa was issued, than the PNC years,many overstayed their visa hence the decreased to date.

Look at the data of Africans, their numbers are pretty stable.

Dave posted:
VishMahabir posted:
Baseman posted:

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Baseman posted:
Django posted:
VishMahabir posted:

Django...you are missing the most important years....the last 7 years. You have that data?

Naah don't have any info.

Need the sages to explain, the East Indian population growth in the tough days and the decrease in the good days.

Because if you are less simplistic in your thoughts you will understand lots of people put in papers in the late 70s and began actual migration in the 80s.  Many then sponsored families who got their visas and left.  People waited years and did not want to risk regretting an the dark shadow of the PNC still loomed.  

During the latter part of the PPP reign, the US started granting lots of holiday and visitors’ visas as people were not overstaying. Those people were no longer desperate to move. 

I have been saying this for a very long time. DJ and Vish don’t comprehend this very fact that most family sponsorship processs takes bout 8 - 10 years for the USA. 

Dem rass can’t do simple math. Dem doing PNC match as you correctly identified. Dem saying 32 + 34 = 65. 

Ow me laard.

 

yuji22 posted:
Baseman posted:
Django posted:
VishMahabir posted:

Django...you are missing the most important years....the last 7 years. You have that data?

 

I have been saying this for a very long time. DJ and Vish don’t comprehend this very fact that most family sponsorship processs takes bout 8 - 10 years for the USA. 

Dem rass can’t do simple math. Dem doing PNC match as you correctly identified. Dem saying 32 + 34 = 65. 

Ow me laard.

 

That may be so....but there are other push and pull factors that motivate people to leave Guyana.

Most people left because they were in search of better economic opportunities.

But, why does the Afro population remain stable compared to Indos over the years?

...yall were a majority at one time...

Django, this was seven years ago. Lots of blacks also migrated since then. We need to see a snapshot of the current census. Remember, most of the people(poor coolies) who came here early in the 70s and 80s sponsored their relatives and these people have already migrated. There is a reduction of migrating Indians and maybe an increase at home. I have seen many blacks migrating now.

VishMahabir posted:
yuji22 posted:
Baseman posted:
Django posted:
VishMahabir posted:

Django...you are missing the most important years....the last 7 years. You have that data?

 

I have been saying this for a very long time. DJ and Vish don’t comprehend this very fact that most family sponsorship processs takes bout 8 - 10 years for the USA. 

Dem rass can’t do simple math. Dem doing PNC match as you correctly identified. Dem saying 32 + 34 = 65. 

Ow me laard.

 

That may be so....but there are other push and pull factors that motivate people to leave Guyana.

Most people left because they were in search of better economic opportunities.

But, why does the Afro population remain stable compared to Indos over the years?

...yall were a majority at one time...

Aww me laard. Guyana is not Central America that the people will just get up and decide to join the caravan. They go looking for a better life, but just cannot jump on a jackass cart and go to Trinidad or come to America. 
You need to take a whole credit per semester next registration and you might, just might learn fuh tink lil bit kallege bai.

The tuff PNC days it was difficult for people to leave Guyana, one, you could not get foreign currency to buy, two, it was not easy to get tax clearance and passports. There was the fear to leave your family all alone in the era of kick down door robbery, families would only leave all together.

In the PPP time it was economic prosperity, new businesses, no banned items, free trade, Chinese were coming,Brazil and Venezuelans were coming. With foreign currency, Guyanese were travelling to buy stuff to trade, Houses , Hospitals, roads and Schools were built. Foreign Guyanese were returning for vacations, and yes, the barrels and overseas money were pouring into the country. Today, there are many unfinished projects that started just before this government took office, these last few years under the PNC many more people have left because of political uncertainty.

From my experience, the Indian population has not decreased. 

Indians return from Suriname and Venezuela. 

The last GE shows a mere 5000 votes went to AFC .  All these votes plus the unhappy APNU supporters coming back to PPP. 

PPP has a better business strategy than APNU/ AFC . The country is at a standstill, there is no motivation from residents. 

Currently APNU/ Jordan is taking loans from everyone. The same shit PNC did. 

Regarding this chart, I don’t know what Django is hoping to achieve. 

Every fkt day, this collie man coming up with some under achievement by Indians. 

kp posted:

The tuff PNC days it was difficult for people to leave Guyana, one, you could not get foreign currency to buy, two, it was not easy to get tax clearance and passports. There was the fear to leave your family all alone in the era of kick down door robbery, families would only leave all together.

In the PPP time it was economic prosperity, new businesses, no banned items, free trade, Chinese were coming,Brazil and Venezuelans were coming. With foreign currency, Guyanese were travelling to buy stuff to trade, Houses , Hospitals, roads and Schools were built. Foreign Guyanese were returning for vacations, and yes, the barrels and overseas money were pouring into the country. Today, there are many unfinished projects that started just before this government took office, these last few years under the PNC many more people have left because of political uncertainty.

Absolutely true. 

VishMahabir posted:
kp posted:
VishMahabir posted:
Baseman posted:

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What is also not considered, Guyana endured severe economic hardship with long lines, no baby food, stealing what ever little they had.  This caused Indians to reduce their family size to cope. People started having 1/2 kids instead of 4/5.  This was a clever way to rein in the Indian number.  And it worked!

DJ knows this but playing stupid!

kp posted:
yuji22 posted:

Valid point. I don’t quite understand why DJ is anti Indian when he is one himself. 

Mind boggling. It might just be a matter of very low self esteem. 

I think he fooling us, he has Black in he , so he is more Black than Indian. If he post anti Black the Brothers gun buss he rass.

yuji22 posted:

I know one of the reasons but prefer to keep it clean and non personal. 

Talking name and speculating. I am not anti Indian detest the one who hate other people, so i man does keep far from them.