Feb. 20 ,2021
CGID BRIEFS MEMBERS OF CONGRESS ON PPP CAMPAIGN TO UNLAWFULLY SEIZE LANDS AND PROPERTY OF AFRICAN GUYANESE AND APNU+AFC SUPPORTERS
Today, I was happy to brief multiple Members of the United States Congress, as well as an official of the Biden Administration, on efforts by the ethno-fascist PPP regime in Guyana to unlawfully and unjustly seize the lands and property of African Guyanese and other members and supporters of the APNU+AFC coalition.
Specifically, we discussed efforts to arbitrarily and unlawfully evict and confiscate the lands and properties of Cevon's, Wilfred Bradsford, Brian Tiwari, Guyanese African American developers, investors, and others, strictly on the basis of race and perceived political affiliation.
I also discussed in detail atrocities allegedly by installed Attorney General - the PPP racist leading the campaign to marginalize blacks in Guyana. I provided evidence of Nandlall threatening to kill journalists - an act of domestic terrorism.
I also provided reports establishing that Nandlall is also a suspect in the murder of Courtney Crum Ewing and that he has been under Police investigation in connection with Crum Ewing's murder.
Additionally, CGID is in communication with thirty-three other members of Congress about the racist agenda and actions of the ethno-fascist PPP regime. Soon we intend to commence a series of consultations in Washington DC to expose the racist conduct of US Ambassador Sarah Lynch. We will not allow a fascist PPP ethnocracy to flourish in Guyana with the complicity of a racist US Ambassador.
Rest assured that we at CGID will not stop our advocacy until PPP racism is defeated; Nandlall and his fellow PPP criminals are brought to justice and sanctioned, and Lynch is recalled from Guyana for serious ethics violations and promoting a racist agenda.
Caribbean Guyana Institute for Democracy (CGID)