I will suggest that when she tells a majority black audience that the PPP is using "people who look like us and people who look like Bharat" she isnt discussing policy or about competency.

When this type of language came out of the mouth of Jagdeo I condemned it.

Question why she uses this language instead of outlining what plans that APNU (and maybe AFC) have to improve the lives of people of GT and how this is better than what the PPP can offer?

I know that you aren't that naïve.

caribny posted:

I will suggest that when she tells a majority black audience that the PPP is using "people who look like us and people who look like Bharat" she isnt discussing policy or about competency.

When this type of language came out of the mouth of Jagdeo I condemned it.

Question why she uses this language instead of outlining what plans that APNU (and maybe AFC) have to improve the lives of people of GT and how this is better than what the PPP can offer?

I know that you aren't that naïve.

stop your nonsense and address my simple question

caribny posted:

I will suggest that when she tells a majority black audience that the PPP is using "people who look like us and people who look like Bharat" she isnt discussing policy or about competency.

When this type of language came out of the mouth of Jagdeo I condemned it.

Question why she uses this language instead of outlining what plans that APNU (and maybe AFC) have to improve the lives of people of GT and how this is better than what the PPP can offer?

I know that you aren't that naïve.

Correct Caribny.

Your third sentence reflects the focus for people in Georgetown and also country-wide.

ronan posted:
caribny posted:

I will suggest that when she tells a majority black audience that the PPP is using "people who look like us and people who look like Bharat" she isnt discussing policy or about competency.

When this type of language came out of the mouth of Jagdeo I condemned it.

Question why she uses this language instead of outlining what plans that APNU (and maybe AFC) have to improve the lives of people of GT and how this is better than what the PPP can offer?

I know that you aren't that naïve.

stop your nonsense and address my simple question

The fact that YOU refuse to understand what I said is YOUR issue.  This is my answer.  Now tell me what in these comments ensures that APNU expands its vote beyond its African base?

Demerara_Guy posted:
caribny posted:

I will suggest that when she tells a majority black audience that the PPP is using "people who look like us and people who look like Bharat" she isnt discussing policy or about competency.

When this type of language came out of the mouth of Jagdeo I condemned it.

Question why she uses this language instead of outlining what plans that APNU (and maybe AFC) have to improve the lives of people of GT and how this is better than what the PPP can offer?

I know that you aren't that naïve.

Correct Caribny.

Your third sentence reflects the focus for people in Georgetown and also country-wide.

As long as you understand that the PPP started this nonsense.  Jagdeo was full of this in the last election.  Clearly appealing to an ethnic base.

ronan posted:
caribny posted:

Question why she uses this language instead of outlining what plans that APNU (and maybe AFC) have to improve the lives of people of GT 

 

 

How can they improve their lives when they elected the same bunch of PNC crooks and thieves like the crooked mayor while GT smells like a latrine ?

yuji22 posted:
ronan posted:
caribny posted:

Question why she uses this language instead of outlining what plans that APNU (and maybe AFC) have to improve the lives of people of GT 

 

 

How can they improve their lives when they elected the same bunch of PNC crooks and thieves like the crooked mayor while GT smells like a latrine ?

The same way that Berbicians are suffering when they elected a bunch of PPP crooks and thieves.

And please dont deny this when the population of Region 6 declined by over 20% in the years when the PPP was in power. No other region suffered such a catastrophic decline.

caribny posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:
caribny posted:

I will suggest that when she tells a majority black audience that the PPP is using "people who look like us and people who look like Bharat" she isnt discussing policy or about competency.

When this type of language came out of the mouth of Jagdeo I condemned it.

Question why she uses this language instead of outlining what plans that APNU (and maybe AFC) have to improve the lives of people of GT and how this is better than what the PPP can offer?

I know that you aren't that naïve.

Correct Caribny.

Your third sentence reflects the focus for people in Georgetown and also country-wide.

As long as you understand that the PPP started this nonsense.  Jagdeo was full of this in the last election.  Clearly appealing to an ethnic base.

Personal view, perhaps.

caribny posted:
ronan posted:
caribny posted:

I will suggest that when she tells a majority black audience that the PPP is using "people who look like us and people who look like Bharat" she isnt discussing policy or about competency.

When this type of language came out of the mouth of Jagdeo I condemned it.

Question why she uses this language instead of outlining what plans that APNU (and maybe AFC) have to improve the lives of people of GT and how this is better than what the PPP can offer?

I know that you aren't that naïve.

stop your nonsense and address my simple question

The fact that YOU refuse to understand what I said is YOUR issue.  This is my answer. Now tell me what in these comments ensures that APNU expands its vote beyond its African base?

interesting question [we likely agree on the answer] . . . but that’s not the subject of THIS thread

now focus, and stop meandering all over the place

Indos care about their brothers and sisters and are moving to prosperous countries like Canada and USA making us one of the most prosperous groups of immigrants. We sponsor our relatives, this is the biggest contributing factor. We are a people on the move and prosperity is not catastrophic for us.

PPP won the LGE with a 61 percent margin and moved into PNC strongholds and giving them shytings.

The PNC needs to worry at this time.

I agree that Guyana appears to be lost. Imagine the People of GT selecting the same bunch of crooked thieves to govern while it smells like a Latrine. Go figure. 

ronan posted:
 

now focus, and stop meandering all over the place

I am not meandering.  I am merely saying that reverting to ethnic appeals isnt the way for APNU to deal with the fact that it was arrogant with its base and the base responded by staying home.  So does APNU now think that they won their battle with the teachers and the vendors and others of the PNC base? Or dealt with the anger that many within the PNC feel when they see APNU officials dealing with the same corrupt oligarchs that also benefitted under Jagdeo?

So APNU resorts to open ethnic pandering to divert from these issues.

Volda's question should have been about querying why apparently the crowds were almost exclusively black.  Instead of pandering to them by talking about the PPP fielding "people who look like you" in order to fool them.  Also talking about "others who looked like Bharat".  The devout party base alone never wins elections, so their cheers dont matter.  Even David Hinds seems concerned about this.

I dont see how this differs from when Jagdeo, having defined the PPP as a party whose base is rural Indian, then screams "we gun tek back Guyana for us".

yuji22 posted:

Indos care about their brothers and sisters and are moving to prosperous countries like Canada and USA making us one of the most prosperous groups of immigrants. e

Indo Guyanese are NOT the most prosperous of immigrants. Stop living vicariously through the success of Asian Indians. This elite group of South Asian immigrants look down their noses at you and this fact has been discussed over the past few days.

caribny posted:
ronan posted:

now focus, and stop meandering all over the place

I am not meandering.  I am merely saying that reverting to ethnic appeals isnt the way for APNU to deal with the fact that it was arrogant with its base and the base responded by staying home.  So does APNU now think that they won their battle with the teachers and the vendors and others of the PNC base? Or dealt with the anger that many within the PNC feel when they see APNU officials dealing with the same corrupt oligarchs that also benefitted under Jagdeo?

So APNU resorts to open ethnic pandering to divert from these issues.

Volda's question should have been about querying why apparently the crowds were almost exclusively black.  Instead of pandering to them by talking about the PPP fielding "people who look like you" in order to fool them.  Also talking about "others who looked like Bharat".  The devout party base alone never wins elections, so their cheers dont matter.  Even David Hinds seems concerned about this.

I dont see how this differs from when Jagdeo, having defined the PPP as a party whose base is rural Indian, then screams "we gun tek back Guyana for us".

too much personal shyte (and ambition) coloring reason and important input from intelligent people intra-coalition

schadenfreude of David Hinds, et al front and center

that the Volda Lawrence ‘plan’ is opportunistic and cynical, granted . . . doomed to fail, sure

but FUNDAMENTALLY different from the screamings of Rohee/Jagdeo!

your stuff about race appeal is counter-intuitive . . . nuff waste talking fuh talk sake

ronan posted:
caribny posted:
ronan posted:

now focus, and stop meandering all over the place

I am not meandering.  I am merely saying that reverting to ethnic appeals isnt the way for APNU to deal with the fact that it was arrogant with its base and the base responded by staying home.  So does APNU now think that they won their battle with the teachers and the vendors and others of the PNC base? Or dealt with the anger that many within the PNC feel when they see APNU officials dealing with the same corrupt oligarchs that also benefitted under Jagdeo?

So APNU resorts to open ethnic pandering to divert from these issues.

Volda's question should have been about querying why apparently the crowds were almost exclusively black.  Instead of pandering to them by talking about the PPP fielding "people who look like you" in order to fool them.  Also talking about "others who looked like Bharat".  The devout party base alone never wins elections, so their cheers dont matter.  Even David Hinds seems concerned about this.

I dont see how this differs from when Jagdeo, having defined the PPP as a party whose base is rural Indian, then screams "we gun tek back Guyana for us".

too much personal shyte (and ambition) coloring reason and important input from intelligent people intra-coalition

schadenfreude of David Hinds, et al front and center

that the Volda Lawrence ‘plan’ is opportunistic and cynical, granted . . . doomed to fail, sure

but FUNDAMENTALLY different from the screamings of Rohee/Jagdeo!

your stuff about race appeal is counter-intuitive . . . nuff waste talking fuh talk sake

Can you skt write fo we understand.. Jeeesss man 

 

 

 

Labba posted:

Hey hey hey...we one lover ronan daub and project he racism pon coolies dat he cyant see am when he mattie do same. Hey hey hey...dis is why dem one lovers and chuch goers is hypocrite. Hey hey hey...

show where i have demonstrated “racism” to daub and project "pon coolies” or shut up

ronan posted:
 

that the Volda Lawrence ‘plan’ is opportunistic and cynical, granted . . . doomed to fail, sure

 

Volda now says "she gun only hire she friends and is only PNC friends she gat".

Now explain, given ethnic politics, in Guyana how this isn't ethnic pandering?  What is her goal in saying this?

And importantly, how are those who are known AFC supporters (much of GT's middle class) supposed to take this?

I think we remember what happened the last time that the PNC blatantly played the party card.

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