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@Rochelle

Life under PNC rule, 1968 to 1992.

- Dictatorship, rigged elections,no freedom of the press, party paramountcy.

- Assassinations ( Dr. Walter Rodney, Fr. Bernard Dark, Vincent Teekah, Shirley Field Ridley and many more).

- Economic decline, broken infrastructure, broken health care system, broken education system, lack of basic necessities, poverty, nationalizations, mass emigration, capital flight.

The Jagdeo government had to deal with the β€œFreedom Fighters” who were supported by the PNC party. This was an attempt to overthrow the legitimate government of Guyana . Order was restored when Fineman and his gang were eliminated. Were there drugs and human trafficking, probably yes and still is. However, there was significant economic development during the Jagdeo era and Guyanese standard of living rose. Note this was without oil revenues. 

The last five years have shown a decline in the standard of living, the economic picture is not bright with declining foreign revenues and no new economic development.

Rochelle, you and others may not like the PPPC, and that is your right, however, it is the will of the Guyanese people that counts. 

Long Live Democracy.

Irfaan Ali ran for president, not Jagdeo. Let focus on why Granger wants to invalidate the election and disenfranchise over 500,000 voters so that he can sit in for office for another five years? Michelle, let's find out why you are celebrating the news and pushing your agenda when Guyana is seeking justice? Granger has giver the world a mountain of reasons not to trust him and his minister again. I am going to tell you now that Granger didn't win the 2015 election either. Would you like to hear more?

@BGMAN posted:

@Rochelle

Life under PNC rule, 1968 to 1992.

- Dictatorship, rigged elections,no freedom of the press, party paramountcy.

- Assassinations ( Dr. Walter Rodney, Fr. Bernard Dark, Vincent Teekah, Shirley Field Ridley and many more).

- Economic decline, broken infrastructure, broken health care system, broken education system, lack of basic necessities, poverty, nationalizations, mass emigration, capital flight.

The Jagdeo government had to deal with the β€œFreedom Fighters” who were supported by the PNC party. This was an attempt to overthrow the legitimate government of Guyana . Order was restored when Fineman and his gang were eliminated. Were there drugs and human trafficking, probably yes and still is. However, there was significant economic development during the Jagdeo era and Guyanese standard of living rose. Note this was without oil revenues. 

The last five years have shown a decline in the standard of living, the economic picture is not bright with declining foreign revenues and no new economic development.

Rochelle, you and others may not like the PPPC, and that is your right, however, it is the will of the Guyanese people that counts. 

Long Live Democracy.

Water shortage, blackouts, line up in line fuh bread. Lindo creek massacre, lusignan and Bartica massacre, burning bodies at buxton backdam. These freedom fighters, could not wage war against the armed forces which comprised of their kit an kin. Innocent men, women and children had to pay that price.  It's ironic when these Freedom fighters can go on National TV with their AK"s and be entertained.

But when bullet bite back. Everybody turn church boys. πŸ˜ƒ πŸ˜ƒ.

 

@Former Member posted:

Irfaan Ali ran for president, not Jagdeo. Let focus on why Granger wants to invalidate the election and disenfranchise over 500,000 voters so that he can sit in for office for another five years? Michelle, let's find out why you are celebrating the news and pushing your agenda when Guyana is seeking justice? Granger has giver the world a mountain of reasons not to trust him and his minister again. I am going to tell you now that Granger didn't win the 2015 election either. Would you like to hear more?

Who's Michelle?

The Americans wanted a change and Granger sang like a twat wah to have their ears. From his lips to their ears. His words reasonated to the thousands of Guyanese who wanted a change to come.

Those who were there heard him, and he said all the correct things. His black support base was on his side, he needed a few thousand indians to make a difference. Whether the coalition made a difference or just the AFC.

Before the elections, words were around that Granger cannot be trusted he was a PNC mole. He had no new agenda for taking Guyana forward.

Proof of the nations fears, unfolded  one after another as Granger commenced his Presidency. The man believes he has a destiny.

His destiny is to put the PNC permanently as the only representative of Afro-Guyanese. His only aim to secure Black ppl rights in a sea of PPP supporters. Guyana means nothing to him, that is why he not worried about sanctions.

After the CCJ judgement, I doubt whether he will vacate his position. He knows the army does not have to come out on the streets. The PPP supporters, Indians and Blacks will never take up arms. Granger intends to frustrate them into submisson. The whole world would be angry, they will do nothing other than great rhetoric.

Granger has a plan, he ain dat stupid. He counting on his forefathers, is an African ting.

@Former Member posted:

Irfaan Ali ran for president, not Jagdeo. 

You and I know, as even evidenced by several comments on this forum, that Ali is a puppet. Jagdeo ran for another presidency under the guise of Ali. In fact, PPP/C did not want Ali leading the party, but Jagdeo had the last say.

Jagdeo runs PPP/C and anyone who tries to suggest otherwise is lying. 

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@Rochelle posted:

You and I know, as even evidenced by several comments on this forum, that Ali is a puppet. Jagdeo ran for another presidency under the guise of Ali. In fact, PPP/C did not want Ali leading the party, but Jagdeo had the last say.

Jagdeo runs PPP/C and anyone who tries to suggest otherwise is lying. 

Granger is well aware of that. It is the only thing that keeps him going-not to allow the swearing in of Jagdeo.

He knows too well about cult worship.

@Rochelle posted:

You and I know, as even evidenced by several comments on this forum, that Ali is a puppet. Jagdeo ran for another presidency under the guise of Ali. In fact, PPP/C did not want Ali leading the party, but Jagdeo had the last say.

Jagdeo runs PPP/C and anyone who tries to suggest otherwise is lying. 

Some still believe that the CC is a democratic process, when Jagdeo is in charge and its more like a selection process, or watch you back.   

@Rochelle posted:

You and I know, as even evidenced by several comments on this forum, that Ali is a puppet. Jagdeo ran for another presidency under the guise of Ali. In fact, PPP/C did not want Ali leading the party, but Jagdeo had the last say.

Jagdeo runs PPP/C and anyone who tries to suggest otherwise is lying. 

I agree, but you can't hold that as evidence. I consider you to be a level headed person than my fellow coolies. 

@Former Member posted:

Mitwah, you are supposed to be REPREMENDED even when you're praying. You are a known jailbird. Give the mudwater river man Lil peace.

Even Mahatma Gandhi went to jail. Krishna was born in a jail cell.  The Mudwater River man knows that I am receipts of emails. Further, I say not. 

It's Gay Pride Day Here.  Happy Gay Pride Day to all GNIers gays. 

I don't believe anyone wants to live in turmoils and killing. It comes with the political package and both sides have similar stories to share. We should focus on the legal aspect of the election. We shouldn't sidetrack the final outcome of the election. It's a fair call.