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Dave posted:
Django posted:

Dave ,will be waiting for the video link on Irfaan address at Tarla Dam ,Meten-Meer-Zorg. I want to view the crowd reaction, we on WCD aren't walkover by any political party in Guyana.The supporters of the PPP may stay home or vote for another party.

Sorry, thought you was asking about Bartica. You have me confused here with especially - " We" on WCD. 

Irfaan, was not @ Metem - Meer- Zorg, he was at Industry.

Sorry you are confused, the "We" means the people including my self  from WCD.So the PPP/C general secretary hid him ? his presence should be there ,taking into consideration he is from WCD.

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Django posted:
Dave posted:
Django posted:

Dave ,will be waiting for the video link on Irfaan address at Tarla Dam ,Meten-Meer-Zorg. I want to view the crowd reaction, we on WCD aren't walkover by any political party in Guyana.The supporters of the PPP may stay home or vote for another party.

Sorry, thought you was asking about Bartica. You have me confused here with especially - " We" on WCD. 

Irfaan, was not @ Metem - Meer- Zorg, he was at Industry.

Sorry you are confused, the "We" means the people including my self  from WCD.So the PPP/C general secretary hid him ,his presence should be there ,taking into consideration he is from WCD.

The general secretary is a very very smart man. Dr Irfaan will be at his home village Lenora for that BIG BIG rally. Election is only 5 weeks away. 

There is some security concern - read between the lines 

-American Congress Delegation flew in for meeting. There visit was very timely for  Granger return from Cuba Wednesday Afternoon. 

- Private sector meeting with Army ( separately) then follow up with the country security forces.  

 

Dave posted:
Django posted:
Dave posted:
Django posted:

Dave ,will be waiting for the video link on Irfaan address at Tarla Dam ,Meten-Meer-Zorg. I want to view the crowd reaction, we on WCD aren't walkover by any political party in Guyana.The supporters of the PPP may stay home or vote for another party.

Sorry, thought you was asking about Bartica. You have me confused here with especially - " We" on WCD. 

Irfaan, was not @ Metem - Meer- Zorg, he was at Industry.

Sorry you are confused, the "We" means the people including my self  from WCD.So the PPP/C general secretary hid him ,his presence should be there ,taking into consideration he is from WCD.

The general secretary is a very very smart man. Dr Irfaan will be at his home village Lenora for that BIG BIG rally. Election is only 5 weeks away. 

There is some security concern - read between the lines 

-American Congress Delegation flew in for meeting. There visit was very timely for  Granger return from Cuba Wednesday Afternoon. 

- Private sector meeting with Army ( separately) then follow up with the country security forces. 

Sorry poor excuse.

Django posted:
Dave posted:
Django posted:
Dave posted:
Django posted:

Dave ,will be waiting for the video link on Irfaan address at Tarla Dam ,Meten-Meer-Zorg. I want to view the crowd reaction, we on WCD aren't walkover by any political party in Guyana.The supporters of the PPP may stay home or vote for another party.

Sorry, thought you was asking about Bartica. You have me confused here with especially - " We" on WCD. 

Irfaan, was not @ Metem - Meer- Zorg, he was at Industry.

Sorry you are confused, the "We" means the people including my self  from WCD.So the PPP/C general secretary hid him ,his presence should be there ,taking into consideration he is from WCD.

The general secretary is a very very smart man. Dr Irfaan will be at his home village Lenora for that BIG BIG rally. Election is only 5 weeks away. 

There is some security concern - read between the lines 

-American Congress Delegation flew in for meeting. There visit was very timely for  Granger return from Cuba Wednesday Afternoon. 

- Private sector meeting with Army ( separately) then follow up with the country security forces. 

Sorry poor excuse.

Thanks man!! ... me try. 

Django posted:
ksazma posted:

Bai Django. How has the rallies with Granger been going? How many rally speeches has he given this week? 

Lots of meetings and rallies attracting large crowds. Promised not to post here .

I thought the only crowds Granger has been attracting the past week were Cuban doctors in Havana. Which rally has he given any speech at other than talking to doctors in Havana? 

Baseman posted:
D2 posted:

The PPP are back with the same stupid un=creative proposal. As much as I do not care for the Granger regime;these ignorant, inane fools do not deserve to be back in office either

I agree, but someone has to be in power.  Take you pick.

How about "Other" as a choice? That option is always there. The PPP will win unless the APNU find ways to nullify the 18K coolies who are returning home from the AFC. Look out for spoiled votes reaching 7000 for example.

D2 posted:
Baseman posted:
D2 posted:

The PPP are back with the same stupid un=creative proposal. As much as I do not care for the Granger regime;these ignorant, inane fools do not deserve to be back in office either

I agree, but someone has to be in power.  Take you pick.

How about "Other" as a choice? That option is always there. The PPP will win unless the APNU find ways to nullify the 18K coolies who are returning home from the AFC. Look out for spoiled votes reaching 7000 for example.

The trouble is that Guyana lacks the caliber of leader we have come to expect given our experience in the first world countries. Well except for now where the great USA is led by a buffoon. Most of the "Other" are peeled off of either the PPP or the PNC and they too don't really offer any creativity either. It is becoming more apparent that Guyana can only be salvaged by a foreign order.

ksazma posted:
D2 posted:
Baseman posted:
D2 posted:

The PPP are back with the same stupid un=creative proposal. As much as I do not care for the Granger regime;these ignorant, inane fools do not deserve to be back in office either

I agree, but someone has to be in power.  Take you pick.

How about "Other" as a choice? That option is always there. The PPP will win unless the APNU find ways to nullify the 18K coolies who are returning home from the AFC. Look out for spoiled votes reaching 7000 for example.

The trouble is that Guyana lacks the caliber of leader we have come to expect given our experience in the first world countries. Well except for now where the great USA is led by a buffoon. Most of the "Other" are peeled off of either the PPP or the PNC and they too don't really offer any creativity either. It is becoming more apparent that Guyana can only be salvaged by a foreign order.

Leadership has to come from the larger parties offering progressive change ie devolution away from Georgetown controlling everything such as  constituencies having direct representation. The smaller parties simply has to say they will be the  boy with his finger in the dyke and reject any parliamentary motion that the ruling regime passes that will be a leech scheme for their pocket book.

ksazma posted:
D2 posted:
Baseman posted:
D2 posted:

The PPP are back with the same stupid un=creative proposal. As much as I do not care for the Granger regime;these ignorant, inane fools do not deserve to be back in office either

I agree, but someone has to be in power.  Take you pick.

How about "Other" as a choice? That option is always there. The PPP will win unless the APNU find ways to nullify the 18K coolies who are returning home from the AFC. Look out for spoiled votes reaching 7000 for example.

The trouble is that Guyana lacks the caliber of leader we have come to expect given our experience in the first world countries. Well except for now where the great USA is led by a buffoon. Most of the "Other" are peeled off of either the PPP or the PNC and they too don't really offer any creativity either. It is becoming more apparent that Guyana can only be salvaged by a foreign order.

Do buffoons become billionaires and President of the United States?  We should leave those titles for those who have led their countries in shame and poverty.

D2 posted:
ksazma posted:
D2 posted:
Baseman posted:
D2 posted:

The PPP are back with the same stupid un=creative proposal. As much as I do not care for the Granger regime;these ignorant, inane fools do not deserve to be back in office either

I agree, but someone has to be in power.  Take you pick.

How about "Other" as a choice? That option is always there. The PPP will win unless the APNU find ways to nullify the 18K coolies who are returning home from the AFC. Look out for spoiled votes reaching 7000 for example.

The trouble is that Guyana lacks the caliber of leader we have come to expect given our experience in the first world countries. Well except for now where the great USA is led by a buffoon. Most of the "Other" are peeled off of either the PPP or the PNC and they too don't really offer any creativity either. It is becoming more apparent that Guyana can only be salvaged by a foreign order.

Leadership has to come from the larger parties offering progressive change ie devolution away from Georgetown controlling everything such as  constituencies having direct representation. The smaller parties simply has to say they will be the  boy with his finger in the dyke and reject any parliamentary motion that the ruling regime passes that will be a leech scheme for their pocket book.

That could be the answer to Guyana's stale booze politics. Unfortunately, from past experiences, those smaller parties become a pawn for either of the two sides grossly negating any ability to be that finger in the dyke. It would be a welcome eventuality for some of the smaller parties to make the PPP a minority government if they would use their parliamentary seat to effect legislation that benefit the people of Guyana rather than just undermine the performance of the party. But before any of that can take place, the PNC led Coalition will have to actually allow elections as promised. Free and fair elections. Until then, I have no confidence that there will actually be an elections, much less a free and fair one.

Bibi Haniffa posted:
ksazma posted:
D2 posted:
Baseman posted:
D2 posted:

The PPP are back with the same stupid un=creative proposal. As much as I do not care for the Granger regime;these ignorant, inane fools do not deserve to be back in office either

I agree, but someone has to be in power.  Take you pick.

How about "Other" as a choice? That option is always there. The PPP will win unless the APNU find ways to nullify the 18K coolies who are returning home from the AFC. Look out for spoiled votes reaching 7000 for example.

The trouble is that Guyana lacks the caliber of leader we have come to expect given our experience in the first world countries. Well except for now where the great USA is led by a buffoon. Most of the "Other" are peeled off of either the PPP or the PNC and they too don't really offer any creativity either. It is becoming more apparent that Guyana can only be salvaged by a foreign order.

Do buffoons become billionaires and President of the United States?  We should leave those titles for those who have led their countries in shame and poverty.

Trump did. And currently he is leading the US to shame too. But leh we don't focus too much on that buffoon. Leh we continue pressuring Granger to stop his nonsense and do the right thing once and for all.

D2 posted:
Baseman posted:
D2 posted:

The PPP are back with the same stupid un=creative proposal. As much as I do not care for the Granger regime;these ignorant, inane fools do not deserve to be back in office either

I agree, but someone has to be in power.  Take you pick.

How about "Other" as a choice? That option is always there. The PPP will win unless the APNU find ways to nullify the 18K coolies who are returning home from the AFC. Look out for spoiled votes reaching 7000 for example.

Seems like pie in the sky, check the migratory trends to the US from 2012 to 2019 and 2015 to 2019. Data available at  DHS ,up to year 2018 ,will prove the 18K becomes nil ,data from other countries are not available , which may further increased the amount.

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This is Phase One of Trump. Phase Two is coming. Really, all the oppositions have only made his base even stronger. They could be like the Third Reich, they believe in THE MAN of the moment. Who pays the price eventually, the immigrants, ppl who are not white because they bring their shithole style of politics to American pristine way of thinking. 

 

Django posted:
D2 posted:
Baseman posted:
D2 posted:

The PPP are back with the same stupid un=creative proposal. As much as I do not care for the Granger regime;these ignorant, inane fools do not deserve to be back in office either

I agree, but someone has to be in power.  Take you pick.

How about "Other" as a choice? That option is always there. The PPP will win unless the APNU find ways to nullify the 18K coolies who are returning home from the AFC. Look out for spoiled votes reaching 7000 for example.

Seems like pie in the sky, check the migratory trends to the US from 2012 to 2019 and 2015 to 2019. Data available at  DHS ,up to year 2018 ,will prove the 18K becomes nil ,data from other countries are not available , which may further increased the amount.

You always try to put a hopeful spin for the PNC.  I remember the NCV evening, you were so sure, until Charrandass barked.

Keep an open mind or you may go into depression after March 2.

ksazma posted:

If the US economy remain strong in November voters will reelect Trump even though he is a buffoon. Voters will not vote against their pocket books. No matter how many claims people make, they don't eventually vote for a pastor. Otherwise, Jesse Jackson would have been elected president in 1988.

All these accusations have now been tuned out. Overdone. 

Baseman posted:
ksazma posted:

If the US economy remain strong in November voters will reelect Trump even though he is a buffoon. Voters will not vote against their pocket books. No matter how many claims people make, they don't eventually vote for a pastor. Otherwise, Jesse Jackson would have been elected president in 1988.

All these accusations have now been tuned out. Overdone. 

Because the economic benefit to voters have been real. Not because the charges to Trump are unreal. Trump is still a buffoon. Remember Trump claimed he doesn't know Parnas? Now we find out he having champagne and caviar with him. 

Baseman posted:
Django posted:
D2 posted:
Baseman posted:
D2 posted:

The PPP are back with the same stupid un=creative proposal. As much as I do not care for the Granger regime;these ignorant, inane fools do not deserve to be back in office either

I agree, but someone has to be in power.  Take you pick.

How about "Other" as a choice? That option is always there. The PPP will win unless the APNU find ways to nullify the 18K coolies who are returning home from the AFC. Look out for spoiled votes reaching 7000 for example.

Seems like pie in the sky, check the migratory trends to the US from 2012 to 2019 and 2015 to 2019. Data available at  DHS ,up to year 2018 ,will prove the 18K becomes nil ,data from other countries are not available , which may further increased the amount.

You always try to put a hopeful spin for the PNC.  I remember the NCV evening, you were so sure, until Charrandass barked.

Keep an open mind or you may go into depression after March 2.

No spin bhai ,facts and figures don't lie . Regarding the NCV ,the actions of the MP have further strengthened the division . The balancing act is gracing the landscape of Guyana ,perhaps in the future the majority ethnic groups becomes the minority ,watch out for the growth of Amerindians and Mixed . There will be no depression.

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Django posted:
Baseman posted:

You always try to put a hopeful spin for the PNC.  I remember the NCV evening, you were so sure, until Charrandass barked.

Keep an open mind or you may go into depression after March 2.

No spin bhai ,facts and figures don't lie . Regarding the NCV ,the actions of the MP have further strengthened the division . The balancing act is gracing the landscape of Guyana ,perhaps in the future the majority ethnic groups becomes the minority ,watch out for the growth of Amerindians and Mixed . There will be no depression.

Funny you laud the beginning of the 'balancing act' but also claim that the actions of an MP regarding the NCV, which was effectively a balancing act has furthered strengthened the division. 

ksazma posted:
Django posted:
Baseman posted:

You always try to put a hopeful spin for the PNC.  I remember the NCV evening, you were so sure, until Charrandass barked.

Keep an open mind or you may go into depression after March 2.

No spin bhai ,facts and figures don't lie . Regarding the NCV ,the actions of the MP have further strengthened the division . The balancing act is gracing the landscape of Guyana ,perhaps in the future the majority ethnic groups becomes the minority ,watch out for the growth of Amerindians and Mixed . There will be no depression.

Funny you laud the beginning of the 'balancing act' but also claim that the actions of an MP regarding the NCV, which was effectively a balancing act has furthered strengthened the division. 

They are two different things bhai ,depends on the individual analysis.

Django posted:
ksazma posted:
Django posted:
Baseman posted:

You always try to put a hopeful spin for the PNC.  I remember the NCV evening, you were so sure, until Charrandass barked.

Keep an open mind or you may go into depression after March 2.

No spin bhai ,facts and figures don't lie . Regarding the NCV ,the actions of the MP have further strengthened the division . The balancing act is gracing the landscape of Guyana ,perhaps in the future the majority ethnic groups becomes the minority ,watch out for the growth of Amerindians and Mixed . There will be no depression.

Funny you laud the beginning of the 'balancing act' but also claim that the actions of an MP regarding the NCV, which was effectively a balancing act has furthered strengthened the division. 

They are two different things bhai ,depends on the individual analysis.

My prediction is that Guyana is far from any real balancing act. The two sides are too entrenched and the bogus promise made by the Coalition before the 2015 elections have opened those people whose eyes were falling asleep to the un-holiness of the PNC. Charrandas did what he thought he should do. In fact, the Coalition MPs dared the PPP to bring it on. They would have created a better image had they then put in place the actions that follows the NCM vote. Instead, all their actions began to remind others why the PNC has not yet entered the arena where people are trusted to do the right thing. That narrative is still alive as there is no guarantee that there will be elections on March 2, 2020 or that those elections will be free of the kinds of rigging and intimidation that they PNC has become famous for. Guyana is quickly headed to the cinders. 

You too Base. You see a Trump that doesn't exist. But leh we don't waste energy on Trump. He has less than a year to be president and we already know that there will be elections on November 2, 2020 and there will be a civil and peaceful changing of government on January 20, 2021. We don't have the same assurance from Granger that there will indeed be elections on March 2, 2020 and peaceful changing of government is less assuring. In fact, it is unexpected.