1. FRAUD CHARGES- Those 19 charges are not going away. Guyanese know the charges are real and the Irfaan Presidency will try to protect the Jagdeo and cabal transgressions and corruptions. Irfaan has a mansion which he could not afford with his salary as Housing Minister. Irfaan, like Rohee and the US, is banned from entering Canada. The Canadians are in close contact with the Americans and

 

  1. JAGDEO RUNNING THE SHOW – Guyanese know Jagdeo is trying to muscle his way back into power. Irfaan, as President, is equivalent to JAGDEO as President. The idiot made another blunder saying that he might make Jagdeo a V-President. If you are promoting Irfaan as the “best” candidate, you cant say Jagdeo is the best that the PPP has. Jagdeo will overshadow an Irfaan candidacy.

 

  1. PARTY DEVOID OF INTELLECTUALS – The PPP is now relegated to a party of charlatans and Indos who allow Jagdeo to rule like an Emperor. They are “yes men”, not thinkers. The PPP has been this way since the smart people left: Burnham, Vincent Teekah, Chandisingh, Balram Singh Rai, Kwayana, etc.

 

  

  1. RACE BASED POLITICS- The PPP projects a national policy publicly but they are notorious for giving benefits to friends and family. Look at Ramotar’s son (cable wire) and daughter (gold board), etc. They have not given up their corrupt ways and the Guyanese people cannot trust the same people with power.

 

  1. ABC/EU/CARICOM SUPPORT FOR COALITION- It matters who support the political parties, publicly or quietly. The regional, European, American and Canadian governments will support democracy, but they tacitly give their support to the coalition. They are leery about the level of corruption that existed during 23 years of PPP rule, as well as the stated intention in the PPP party’s principles expressing its intention to promote socialism.

 

 

  1. SIGNS OF PEOPLE BENEFITTING FROM OIL ECONOMY- People are seeing the benefits of the oil economy, all happening under the coalition. There are over 200 local companies formed, all will benefit from the Local Content laws. They will throw their support behind the coalition.

 

  1. BEING A COALITION- The coalition is a real coalition of Guyanese from all walks of life, not a one party outfit, composed of multi-racial leaders and support. That makes the coalition more representative of the Guyanese people, compared to the Indian people party (as per goat man Rohee).

 

  1. PPP NOT DEMOCRATIC- the PPP still clings to democratic centralism. Jagan’s party has confused policies with dialectical materialism and confused communism with capitalism. It is not a democratic party, it is run by Marxist and Stalinist principles. All outdated stuff.

 

 

  1. PPP CANT RUN COUNTRY- The PPP has shown from their history that they cannot run a country like Guyana. This is why Janet Jagan’s term was cut short. Guyanese reacted to the illegal swearing in of the President. Severe crimes took place under the PPP: Roger Khan, Sash Sawh, Waddell, the prison escapee, etc

 

  1. SMALL PARTIES WILL TAKE AWAY VOTES FROM PPP- The AFC will still capture some Indian votes (those who are disappointed with the Irfaan candidacy). If most Indos vote for the PP, as they will, the PPP will still loose a couple of seats (Amerindians, for example), thereby reducing support. The coalition will be reelected.

 

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VishMahabir posted:
  1. FRAUD CHARGES- Those 19 charges are not going away. Guyanese know the charges are real and the Irfaan Presidency will try to protect the Jagdeo and cabal transgressions and corruptions. Irfaan has a mansion which he could not afford with his salary as Housing Minister. Irfaan, like Rohee and the US, is banned from entering Canada. The Canadians are in close contact with the Americans and

 

  1. JAGDEO RUNNING THE SHOW – Guyanese know Jagdeo is trying to muscle his way back into power. Irfaan, as President, is equivalent to JAGDEO as President. The idiot made another blunder saying that he might make Jagdeo a V-President. If you are promoting Irfaan as the “best” candidate, you cant say Jagdeo is the best that the PPP has. Jagdeo will overshadow an Irfaan candidacy.

 

  1. PARTY DEVOID OF INTELLECTUALS – The PPP is now relegated to a party of charlatans and Indos who allow Jagdeo to rule like an Emperor. They are “yes men”, not thinkers. The PPP has been this way since the smart people left: Burnham, Vincent Teekah, Chandisingh, Balram Singh Rai, Kwayana, etc.

 

  

  1. RACE BASED POLITICS- The PPP projects a national policy publicly but they are notorious for giving benefits to friends and family. Look at Ramotar’s son (cable wire) and daughter (gold board), etc. They have not given up their corrupt ways and the Guyanese people cannot trust the same people with power.

 

  1. ABC/EU/CARICOM SUPPORT FOR COALITION- It matters who support the political parties, publicly or quietly. The regional, European, American and Canadian governments will support democracy, but they tacitly give their support to the coalition. They are leery about the level of corruption that existed during 23 years of PPP rule, as well as the stated intention in the PPP party’s principles expressing its intention to promote socialism.

 

 

  1. SIGNS OF PEOPLE BENEFITTING FROM OIL ECONOMY- People are seeing the benefits of the oil economy, all happening under the coalition. There are over 200 local companies formed, all will benefit from the Local Content laws. They will throw their support behind the coalition.

 

  1. BEING A COALITION- The coalition is a real coalition of Guyanese from all walks of life, not a one party outfit, composed of multi-racial leaders and support. That makes the coalition more representative of the Guyanese people, compared to the Indian people party (as per goat man Rohee).

 

  1. PPP NOT DEMOCRATIC- the PPP still clings to democratic centralism. Jagan’s party has confused policies with dialectical materialism and confused communism with capitalism. It is not a democratic party, it is run by Marxist and Stalinist principles. All outdated stuff.

 

 

  1. PPP CANT RUN COUNTRY- The PPP has shown from their history that they cannot run a country like Guyana. This is why Janet Jagan’s term was cut short. Guyanese reacted to the illegal swearing in of the President. Severe crimes took place under the PPP: Roger Khan, Sash Sawh, Waddell, the prison escapee, etc

 

  1. SMALL PARTIES WILL TAKE AWAY VOTES FROM PPP- The AFC will still capture some Indian votes (those who are disappointed with the Irfaan candidacy). If most Indos vote for the PP, as they will, the PPP will still loose a couple of seats (Amerindians, for example), thereby reducing support. The coalition will be reelected.

 

Who the Skont is your uncle and even your auntie, I don't care you Academic Invalid.

Dave posted:

Bring it on Vish. 

OK...try this one for good Hindu morality:

 

After six years…Jagdeo speaks out on wife abuse


Six years after maintaining absolute silence on allegations of domestic abuse leveled against him,

 Former President, Bharrat Jagdeo during the press conference yesterday

Former President, Bharrat Jagdeo during the press conference yesterday

former President Bharrat Jagdeo has said that despite numerous claims being circulated he never resorted to physical violence against his ex-wife, Varshnie Singh.
Jagdeo, who spoke out in defence of women, yesterday, stated that the only act of physical violence against women he had ever been involved in was when he was a lad of 10 years and had tussles with his older sisters.
He made these remarks during a press briefing at Freedom House, Robb Street, yesterday.
At the time, he was asked about Minister of Health, Dr. Bheri Ramsaran’s confrontation with a female activist on Monday.
Jagdeo condemned the actions of his colleague. He stated, “Personally I think it should have never happened; it’s distasteful and we should never say anything about any woman, particularly women that way.”
Though he was not asked, Jagdeo volunteered, “I saw they’ve said that I beat my wife; you can ask her. Let me make it clear to everyone: I have never touched, physically abused, a single woman in my entire life, including my ex-wife.
“So that is clear, I can say it here: never, ever. I fought with my older sisters when they used to beat me up a few times but that was when I was ten years old.
“Outside from that I never ever touched a single woman,” he stressed.
Jagdeo made it clear that his party does not condone attacks on any female.
When former First Lady, Varshnie Singh, spoke out in 2009 about what she called “institutionalized” or “high-tech” domestic violence, she spoke of her fears and insecurities living in a country where her

 Former First Lady, Varshanie Singh

Former First Lady, Varshanie Singh

“oppressor” had his hand in every facet of the day to day functioning of the country.
This, she said, had put her in a precarious position from which she could not escape. It was after she was locked out of State House that the Former First Lady documented, in great detail, her decade-long experience of verbal and emotional abuse by Jagdeo.
She said that during their marriage she was not allowed to work and did not receive proper maintenance or care, financial or otherwise.
The Office of the First Lady was one she dubbed a “myth.”
She had stated that she and Jagdeo had a “deal” before getting married that they would work together, to move Guyana forward, but that never happened.
Singh had spoken of her non-profit Kids First Fund being sabotaged, often by her ex-husband. The charity was one used to raise funds for medical care for poor Guyanese children.
“He found my work embarrassing and me annoying. The First Ladies of every country in the world, when they are helpful, are treated with respect and are given the full backing of their husbands and the nation.”
Singh said she had been isolated and alone for two years.
“If I wasn’t home by 6:00pm, the apartment door would be locked with a latch from the inside so my key could not open it…When I was locked out, I would have to spend the night on the sofa on the first floor without a sheet, praying for the night to end quickly,” Singh said.
The former First Lady had spoken of having been sabotaged over and over: being denied money and support to run her charity and being denied rights to buy land to start a low-cost specialist hospital for the country.
“Although my work is done with total commitment, fairness and honesty for the benefit of others, it irritated my husband a lot.
“I used my fancy job title to advocate for those who had been taken advantage of and needed help, the voiceless, poor people, regardless of race, religion or political affiliation.”
She had said that this was the first country where the First Lady was “proactive, doing good for the nation but gets penalised because her husband is President and finds her work to help the same people he swore to defend and represent as ”showing up the inadequacies of his government” and therefore made me his enemy.”
The former First Lady had not alleged physical abuse. She claimed that Jagdeo had decided that to punish her, “he would withhold all resources, financial and otherwise and line my path with a multitude of cruel, selfish obstacles.”
“It is funny and sad to hear the politicians talk about the campaign against domestic violence, investing millions to “stamp it out” etc when what I am experiencing is hi-tech domestic violence and persecution.
“Our (then) President is using his office and state resources, including Ministers unprofessionally, to disadvantage a woman.”
“I have been deprived of the basics for many years, my food is taken care of by my Aunt who has a shop. My clothing, money and everything else is from my parents and family,” she had said.
She said, later, that attempts to gain independence “would somehow eventually need his approval on the business front. On the job front, I was told that no one would employ me for fear of backlash from our President.”
The former First lady had said that she applied for 31.4 acres of land at Moraikobai to develop a hospital and complex offering a number of benefits which she had offered to buy from the Government.
“But I was told by the President that he can’t sell state land. We asked for a 99-year lease, but he said he can only give 25-year lease.”
This is in stark contrast to prime land that was given for controversial projects in more recent years.
When information was made public about the extent to which the then Head of State had reportedly ill-treated his wife, Kaieteur News had sought comments on the issue from senior female government officials.
None of them would comment. Six years later, none of the female government Minister would even say word about Jagdeo’s wife abuse.

VishMahabir posted:
Dave posted:

Bring it on Vish. 

OK...try this one for good Hindu morality:

 

After six years…Jagdeo speaks out on wife abuse


Six years after maintaining absolute silence on allegations of domestic abuse leveled against him,

 Former President, Bharrat Jagdeo during the press conference yesterday

Former President, Bharrat Jagdeo during the press conference yesterday

former President Bharrat Jagdeo has said that despite numerous claims being circulated he never resorted to physical violence against his ex-wife, Varshnie Singh.
Jagdeo, who spoke out in defence of women, yesterday, stated that the only act of physical violence against women he had ever been involved in was when he was a lad of 10 years and had tussles with his older sisters.
He made these remarks during a press briefing at Freedom House, Robb Street, yesterday.
At the time, he was asked about Minister of Health, Dr. Bheri Ramsaran’s confrontation with a female activist on Monday.
Jagdeo condemned the actions of his colleague. He stated, “Personally I think it should have never happened; it’s distasteful and we should never say anything about any woman, particularly women that way.”
Though he was not asked, Jagdeo volunteered, “I saw they’ve said that I beat my wife; you can ask her. Let me make it clear to everyone: I have never touched, physically abused, a single woman in my entire life, including my ex-wife.
“So that is clear, I can say it here: never, ever. I fought with my older sisters when they used to beat me up a few times but that was when I was ten years old.
“Outside from that I never ever touched a single woman,” he stressed.
Jagdeo made it clear that his party does not condone attacks on any female.
When former First Lady, Varshnie Singh, spoke out in 2009 about what she called “institutionalized” or “high-tech” domestic violence, she spoke of her fears and insecurities living in a country where her

 Former First Lady, Varshanie Singh

Former First Lady, Varshanie Singh

“oppressor” had his hand in every facet of the day to day functioning of the country.
This, she said, had put her in a precarious position from which she could not escape. It was after she was locked out of State House that the Former First Lady documented, in great detail, her decade-long experience of verbal and emotional abuse by Jagdeo.
She said that during their marriage she was not allowed to work and did not receive proper maintenance or care, financial or otherwise.
The Office of the First Lady was one she dubbed a “myth.”
She had stated that she and Jagdeo had a “deal” before getting married that they would work together, to move Guyana forward, but that never happened.
Singh had spoken of her non-profit Kids First Fund being sabotaged, often by her ex-husband. The charity was one used to raise funds for medical care for poor Guyanese children.
“He found my work embarrassing and me annoying. The First Ladies of every country in the world, when they are helpful, are treated with respect and are given the full backing of their husbands and the nation.”
Singh said she had been isolated and alone for two years.
“If I wasn’t home by 6:00pm, the apartment door would be locked with a latch from the inside so my key could not open it…When I was locked out, I would have to spend the night on the sofa on the first floor without a sheet, praying for the night to end quickly,” Singh said.
The former First Lady had spoken of having been sabotaged over and over: being denied money and support to run her charity and being denied rights to buy land to start a low-cost specialist hospital for the country.
“Although my work is done with total commitment, fairness and honesty for the benefit of others, it irritated my husband a lot.
“I used my fancy job title to advocate for those who had been taken advantage of and needed help, the voiceless, poor people, regardless of race, religion or political affiliation.”
She had said that this was the first country where the First Lady was “proactive, doing good for the nation but gets penalised because her husband is President and finds her work to help the same people he swore to defend and represent as ”showing up the inadequacies of his government” and therefore made me his enemy.”
The former First Lady had not alleged physical abuse. She claimed that Jagdeo had decided that to punish her, “he would withhold all resources, financial and otherwise and line my path with a multitude of cruel, selfish obstacles.”
“It is funny and sad to hear the politicians talk about the campaign against domestic violence, investing millions to “stamp it out” etc when what I am experiencing is hi-tech domestic violence and persecution.
“Our (then) President is using his office and state resources, including Ministers unprofessionally, to disadvantage a woman.”
“I have been deprived of the basics for many years, my food is taken care of by my Aunt who has a shop. My clothing, money and everything else is from my parents and family,” she had said.
She said, later, that attempts to gain independence “would somehow eventually need his approval on the business front. On the job front, I was told that no one would employ me for fear of backlash from our President.”
The former First lady had said that she applied for 31.4 acres of land at Moraikobai to develop a hospital and complex offering a number of benefits which she had offered to buy from the Government.
“But I was told by the President that he can’t sell state land. We asked for a 99-year lease, but he said he can only give 25-year lease.”
This is in stark contrast to prime land that was given for controversial projects in more recent years.
When information was made public about the extent to which the then Head of State had reportedly ill-treated his wife, Kaieteur News had sought comments on the issue from senior female government officials.
None of them would comment. Six years later, none of the female government Minister would even say word about Jagdeo’s wife abuse.

Don't f'vck with Hindu Religion you damn half breed. Go play with your Uncle Ding-a-Ling.

VishMahabir posted:
Dave posted:

Bring it on Vish. 

OK...try this one for good Hindu morality:

 

After six years…Jagdeo speaks out on wife abuse


Six years after maintaining absolute silence on allegations of domestic abuse leveled against him,

 Former President, Bharrat Jagdeo during the press conference yesterday

Former President, Bharrat Jagdeo during the press conference yesterday

former President Bharrat Jagdeo has said that despite numerous claims being circulated he never resorted to physical violence against his ex-wife, Varshnie Singh.
Jagdeo, who spoke out in defence of women, yesterday, stated that the only act of physical violence against women he had ever been involved in was when he was a lad of 10 years and had tussles with his older sisters.
He made these remarks during a press briefing at Freedom House, Robb Street, yesterday.
At the time, he was asked about Minister of Health, Dr. Bheri Ramsaran’s confrontation with a female activist on Monday.
Jagdeo condemned the actions of his colleague. He stated, “Personally I think it should have never happened; it’s distasteful and we should never say anything about any woman, particularly women that way.”
Though he was not asked, Jagdeo volunteered, “I saw they’ve said that I beat my wife; you can ask her. Let me make it clear to everyone: I have never touched, physically abused, a single woman in my entire life, including my ex-wife.
“So that is clear, I can say it here: never, ever. I fought with my older sisters when they used to beat me up a few times but that was when I was ten years old.
“Outside from that I never ever touched a single woman,” he stressed.
Jagdeo made it clear that his party does not condone attacks on any female.
When former First Lady, Varshnie Singh, spoke out in 2009 about what she called “institutionalized” or “high-tech” domestic violence, she spoke of her fears and insecurities living in a country where her

 Former First Lady, Varshanie Singh

Former First Lady, Varshanie Singh

“oppressor” had his hand in every facet of the day to day functioning of the country.
This, she said, had put her in a precarious position from which she could not escape. It was after she was locked out of State House that the Former First Lady documented, in great detail, her decade-long experience of verbal and emotional abuse by Jagdeo.
She said that during their marriage she was not allowed to work and did not receive proper maintenance or care, financial or otherwise.
The Office of the First Lady was one she dubbed a “myth.”
She had stated that she and Jagdeo had a “deal” before getting married that they would work together, to move Guyana forward, but that never happened.
Singh had spoken of her non-profit Kids First Fund being sabotaged, often by her ex-husband. The charity was one used to raise funds for medical care for poor Guyanese children.
“He found my work embarrassing and me annoying. The First Ladies of every country in the world, when they are helpful, are treated with respect and are given the full backing of their husbands and the nation.”
Singh said she had been isolated and alone for two years.
“If I wasn’t home by 6:00pm, the apartment door would be locked with a latch from the inside so my key could not open it…When I was locked out, I would have to spend the night on the sofa on the first floor without a sheet, praying for the night to end quickly,” Singh said.
The former First Lady had spoken of having been sabotaged over and over: being denied money and support to run her charity and being denied rights to buy land to start a low-cost specialist hospital for the country.
“Although my work is done with total commitment, fairness and honesty for the benefit of others, it irritated my husband a lot.
“I used my fancy job title to advocate for those who had been taken advantage of and needed help, the voiceless, poor people, regardless of race, religion or political affiliation.”
She had said that this was the first country where the First Lady was “proactive, doing good for the nation but gets penalised because her husband is President and finds her work to help the same people he swore to defend and represent as ”showing up the inadequacies of his government” and therefore made me his enemy.”
The former First Lady had not alleged physical abuse. She claimed that Jagdeo had decided that to punish her, “he would withhold all resources, financial and otherwise and line my path with a multitude of cruel, selfish obstacles.”
“It is funny and sad to hear the politicians talk about the campaign against domestic violence, investing millions to “stamp it out” etc when what I am experiencing is hi-tech domestic violence and persecution.
“Our (then) President is using his office and state resources, including Ministers unprofessionally, to disadvantage a woman.”
“I have been deprived of the basics for many years, my food is taken care of by my Aunt who has a shop. My clothing, money and everything else is from my parents and family,” she had said.
She said, later, that attempts to gain independence “would somehow eventually need his approval on the business front. On the job front, I was told that no one would employ me for fear of backlash from our President.”
The former First lady had said that she applied for 31.4 acres of land at Moraikobai to develop a hospital and complex offering a number of benefits which she had offered to buy from the Government.
“But I was told by the President that he can’t sell state land. We asked for a 99-year lease, but he said he can only give 25-year lease.”
This is in stark contrast to prime land that was given for controversial projects in more recent years.
When information was made public about the extent to which the then Head of State had reportedly ill-treated his wife, Kaieteur News had sought comments on the issue from senior female government officials.
None of them would comment. Six years later, none of the female government Minister would even say word about Jagdeo’s wife abuse.

Banna, did your uncle advise you to post this article too? Nohing in this article indict Jagdeo of anything. In fact, he stated emphatically that he never abused his wife, nay any woman. He also condemned the other minister for his actions. I love Varshnie but her listed grievances were of a divorce litigation nature. Do yourself a favor and stop taking advises from your uncle. He is more misguided than you are and that is saying a lot.

kp posted:
VishMahabir posted:
Dave posted:

Bring it on Vish. 

OK...try this one for good Hindu morality:

 

After six years…Jagdeo speaks out on wife abuse


Six years after maintaining absolute silence on allegations of domestic abuse leveled against him,

 Former President, Bharrat Jagdeo during the press conference yesterday

Former President, Bharrat Jagdeo during the press conference yesterday

former President Bharrat Jagdeo has said that despite numerous claims being circulated he never resorted to physical violence against his ex-wife, Varshnie Singh.
Jagdeo, who spoke out in defence of women, yesterday, stated that the only act of physical violence against women he had ever been involved in was when he was a lad of 10 years and had tussles with his older sisters.
He made these remarks during a press briefing at Freedom House, Robb Street, yesterday.
At the time, he was asked about Minister of Health, Dr. Bheri Ramsaran’s confrontation with a female activist on Monday.
Jagdeo condemned the actions of his colleague. He stated, “Personally I think it should have never happened; it’s distasteful and we should never say anything about any woman, particularly women that way.”
Though he was not asked, Jagdeo volunteered, “I saw they’ve said that I beat my wife; you can ask her. Let me make it clear to everyone: I have never touched, physically abused, a single woman in my entire life, including my ex-wife.
“So that is clear, I can say it here: never, ever. I fought with my older sisters when they used to beat me up a few times but that was when I was ten years old.
“Outside from that I never ever touched a single woman,” he stressed.
Jagdeo made it clear that his party does not condone attacks on any female.
When former First Lady, Varshnie Singh, spoke out in 2009 about what she called “institutionalized” or “high-tech” domestic violence, she spoke of her fears and insecurities living in a country where her

 Former First Lady, Varshanie Singh

Former First Lady, Varshanie Singh

“oppressor” had his hand in every facet of the day to day functioning of the country.
This, she said, had put her in a precarious position from which she could not escape. It was after she was locked out of State House that the Former First Lady documented, in great detail, her decade-long experience of verbal and emotional abuse by Jagdeo.
She said that during their marriage she was not allowed to work and did not receive proper maintenance or care, financial or otherwise.
The Office of the First Lady was one she dubbed a “myth.”
She had stated that she and Jagdeo had a “deal” before getting married that they would work together, to move Guyana forward, but that never happened.
Singh had spoken of her non-profit Kids First Fund being sabotaged, often by her ex-husband. The charity was one used to raise funds for medical care for poor Guyanese children.
“He found my work embarrassing and me annoying. The First Ladies of every country in the world, when they are helpful, are treated with respect and are given the full backing of their husbands and the nation.”
Singh said she had been isolated and alone for two years.
“If I wasn’t home by 6:00pm, the apartment door would be locked with a latch from the inside so my key could not open it…When I was locked out, I would have to spend the night on the sofa on the first floor without a sheet, praying for the night to end quickly,” Singh said.
The former First Lady had spoken of having been sabotaged over and over: being denied money and support to run her charity and being denied rights to buy land to start a low-cost specialist hospital for the country.
“Although my work is done with total commitment, fairness and honesty for the benefit of others, it irritated my husband a lot.
“I used my fancy job title to advocate for those who had been taken advantage of and needed help, the voiceless, poor people, regardless of race, religion or political affiliation.”
She had said that this was the first country where the First Lady was “proactive, doing good for the nation but gets penalised because her husband is President and finds her work to help the same people he swore to defend and represent as ”showing up the inadequacies of his government” and therefore made me his enemy.”
The former First Lady had not alleged physical abuse. She claimed that Jagdeo had decided that to punish her, “he would withhold all resources, financial and otherwise and line my path with a multitude of cruel, selfish obstacles.”
“It is funny and sad to hear the politicians talk about the campaign against domestic violence, investing millions to “stamp it out” etc when what I am experiencing is hi-tech domestic violence and persecution.
“Our (then) President is using his office and state resources, including Ministers unprofessionally, to disadvantage a woman.”
“I have been deprived of the basics for many years, my food is taken care of by my Aunt who has a shop. My clothing, money and everything else is from my parents and family,” she had said.
She said, later, that attempts to gain independence “would somehow eventually need his approval on the business front. On the job front, I was told that no one would employ me for fear of backlash from our President.”
The former First lady had said that she applied for 31.4 acres of land at Moraikobai to develop a hospital and complex offering a number of benefits which she had offered to buy from the Government.
“But I was told by the President that he can’t sell state land. We asked for a 99-year lease, but he said he can only give 25-year lease.”
This is in stark contrast to prime land that was given for controversial projects in more recent years.
When information was made public about the extent to which the then Head of State had reportedly ill-treated his wife, Kaieteur News had sought comments on the issue from senior female government officials.
None of them would comment. Six years later, none of the female government Minister would even say word about Jagdeo’s wife abuse.

Don't f'vck with Hindu Religion you damn half breed. Go play with your Uncle Ding-a-Ling.

These fools know only one method. That is burning everything that gets in their way.

ksazma posted:
kp posted:
VishMahabir posted:
Dave posted:

Bring it on Vish. 

OK...try this one for good Hindu morality:

 

After six years…Jagdeo speaks out on wife abuse


Six years after maintaining absolute silence on allegations of domestic abuse leveled against him,

 Former President, Bharrat Jagdeo during the press conference yesterday

Former President, Bharrat Jagdeo during the press conference yesterday

former President Bharrat Jagdeo has said that despite numerous claims being circulated he never resorted to physical violence against his ex-wife, Varshnie Singh.
Jagdeo, who spoke out in defence of women, yesterday, stated that the only act of physical violence against women he had ever been involved in was when he was a lad of 10 years and had tussles with his older sisters.
He made these remarks during a press briefing at Freedom House, Robb Street, yesterday.
At the time, he was asked about Minister of Health, Dr. Bheri Ramsaran’s confrontation with a female activist on Monday.
Jagdeo condemned the actions of his colleague. He stated, “Personally I think it should have never happened; it’s distasteful and we should never say anything about any woman, particularly women that way.”
Though he was not asked, Jagdeo volunteered, “I saw they’ve said that I beat my wife; you can ask her. Let me make it clear to everyone: I have never touched, physically abused, a single woman in my entire life, including my ex-wife.
“So that is clear, I can say it here: never, ever. I fought with my older sisters when they used to beat me up a few times but that was when I was ten years old.
“Outside from that I never ever touched a single woman,” he stressed.
Jagdeo made it clear that his party does not condone attacks on any female.
When former First Lady, Varshnie Singh, spoke out in 2009 about what she called “institutionalized” or “high-tech” domestic violence, she spoke of her fears and insecurities living in a country where her

 Former First Lady, Varshanie Singh

Former First Lady, Varshanie Singh

“oppressor” had his hand in every facet of the day to day functioning of the country.
This, she said, had put her in a precarious position from which she could not escape. It was after she was locked out of State House that the Former First Lady documented, in great detail, her decade-long experience of verbal and emotional abuse by Jagdeo.
She said that during their marriage she was not allowed to work and did not receive proper maintenance or care, financial or otherwise.
The Office of the First Lady was one she dubbed a “myth.”
She had stated that she and Jagdeo had a “deal” before getting married that they would work together, to move Guyana forward, but that never happened.
Singh had spoken of her non-profit Kids First Fund being sabotaged, often by her ex-husband. The charity was one used to raise funds for medical care for poor Guyanese children.
“He found my work embarrassing and me annoying. The First Ladies of every country in the world, when they are helpful, are treated with respect and are given the full backing of their husbands and the nation.”
Singh said she had been isolated and alone for two years.
“If I wasn’t home by 6:00pm, the apartment door would be locked with a latch from the inside so my key could not open it…When I was locked out, I would have to spend the night on the sofa on the first floor without a sheet, praying for the night to end quickly,” Singh said.
The former First Lady had spoken of having been sabotaged over and over: being denied money and support to run her charity and being denied rights to buy land to start a low-cost specialist hospital for the country.
“Although my work is done with total commitment, fairness and honesty for the benefit of others, it irritated my husband a lot.
“I used my fancy job title to advocate for those who had been taken advantage of and needed help, the voiceless, poor people, regardless of race, religion or political affiliation.”
She had said that this was the first country where the First Lady was “proactive, doing good for the nation but gets penalised because her husband is President and finds her work to help the same people he swore to defend and represent as ”showing up the inadequacies of his government” and therefore made me his enemy.”
The former First Lady had not alleged physical abuse. She claimed that Jagdeo had decided that to punish her, “he would withhold all resources, financial and otherwise and line my path with a multitude of cruel, selfish obstacles.”
“It is funny and sad to hear the politicians talk about the campaign against domestic violence, investing millions to “stamp it out” etc when what I am experiencing is hi-tech domestic violence and persecution.
“Our (then) President is using his office and state resources, including Ministers unprofessionally, to disadvantage a woman.”
“I have been deprived of the basics for many years, my food is taken care of by my Aunt who has a shop. My clothing, money and everything else is from my parents and family,” she had said.
She said, later, that attempts to gain independence “would somehow eventually need his approval on the business front. On the job front, I was told that no one would employ me for fear of backlash from our President.”
The former First lady had said that she applied for 31.4 acres of land at Moraikobai to develop a hospital and complex offering a number of benefits which she had offered to buy from the Government.
“But I was told by the President that he can’t sell state land. We asked for a 99-year lease, but he said he can only give 25-year lease.”
This is in stark contrast to prime land that was given for controversial projects in more recent years.
When information was made public about the extent to which the then Head of State had reportedly ill-treated his wife, Kaieteur News had sought comments on the issue from senior female government officials.
None of them would comment. Six years later, none of the female government Minister would even say word about Jagdeo’s wife abuse.

Don't f'vck with Hindu Religion you damn half breed. Go play with your Uncle Ding-a-Ling.

These fools know only one method. That is burning everything that gets in their way.

This boy Vish is showing his real colours, Ignorant Black Ass.

kp posted:
VishMahabir posted:
Dave posted:

Bring it on Vish. 

OK...try this one for good Hindu morality:

 

 

 

Don't f'vck with Hindu Religion you damn half breed. Go play with your Uncle Ding-a-Ling.

Knucklehead,

Where in the Hindu religion does it tell you its OK to disrespect and abuse women? Every woman should be treated like your mother.

You should learn from Raam and Sita....all of you so-called pretentious Hindus.

kp posted:
ksazma posted:
kp posted:
VishMahabir posted:
Dave posted:

Bring it on Vish. 

OK...try this one for good Hindu morality:

 

After six years…Jagdeo speaks out on wife abuse


Six years after maintaining absolute silence on allegations of domestic abuse leveled against him,

 Former President, Bharrat Jagdeo during the press conference yesterday

Former President, Bharrat Jagdeo during the press conference yesterday

former President Bharrat Jagdeo has said that despite numerous claims being circulated he never resorted to physical violence against his ex-wife, Varshnie Singh.
Jagdeo, who spoke out in defence of women, yesterday, stated that the only act of physical violence against women he had ever been involved in was when he was a lad of 10 years and had tussles with his older sisters.
He made these remarks during a press briefing at Freedom House, Robb Street, yesterday.
At the time, he was asked about Minister of Health, Dr. Bheri Ramsaran’s confrontation with a female activist on Monday.
Jagdeo condemned the actions of his colleague. He stated, “Personally I think it should have never happened; it’s distasteful and we should never say anything about any woman, particularly women that way.”
Though he was not asked, Jagdeo volunteered, “I saw they’ve said that I beat my wife; you can ask her. Let me make it clear to everyone: I have never touched, physically abused, a single woman in my entire life, including my ex-wife.
“So that is clear, I can say it here: never, ever. I fought with my older sisters when they used to beat me up a few times but that was when I was ten years old.
“Outside from that I never ever touched a single woman,” he stressed.
Jagdeo made it clear that his party does not condone attacks on any female.
When former First Lady, Varshnie Singh, spoke out in 2009 about what she called “institutionalized” or “high-tech” domestic violence, she spoke of her fears and insecurities living in a country where her

 Former First Lady, Varshanie Singh

Former First Lady, Varshanie Singh

“oppressor” had his hand in every facet of the day to day functioning of the country.
This, she said, had put her in a precarious position from which she could not escape. It was after she was locked out of State House that the Former First Lady documented, in great detail, her decade-long experience of verbal and emotional abuse by Jagdeo.
She said that during their marriage she was not allowed to work and did not receive proper maintenance or care, financial or otherwise.
The Office of the First Lady was one she dubbed a “myth.”
She had stated that she and Jagdeo had a “deal” before getting married that they would work together, to move Guyana forward, but that never happened.
Singh had spoken of her non-profit Kids First Fund being sabotaged, often by her ex-husband. The charity was one used to raise funds for medical care for poor Guyanese children.
“He found my work embarrassing and me annoying. The First Ladies of every country in the world, when they are helpful, are treated with respect and are given the full backing of their husbands and the nation.”
Singh said she had been isolated and alone for two years.
“If I wasn’t home by 6:00pm, the apartment door would be locked with a latch from the inside so my key could not open it…When I was locked out, I would have to spend the night on the sofa on the first floor without a sheet, praying for the night to end quickly,” Singh said.
The former First Lady had spoken of having been sabotaged over and over: being denied money and support to run her charity and being denied rights to buy land to start a low-cost specialist hospital for the country.
“Although my work is done with total commitment, fairness and honesty for the benefit of others, it irritated my husband a lot.
“I used my fancy job title to advocate for those who had been taken advantage of and needed help, the voiceless, poor people, regardless of race, religion or political affiliation.”
She had said that this was the first country where the First Lady was “proactive, doing good for the nation but gets penalised because her husband is President and finds her work to help the same people he swore to defend and represent as ”showing up the inadequacies of his government” and therefore made me his enemy.”
The former First Lady had not alleged physical abuse. She claimed that Jagdeo had decided that to punish her, “he would withhold all resources, financial and otherwise and line my path with a multitude of cruel, selfish obstacles.”
“It is funny and sad to hear the politicians talk about the campaign against domestic violence, investing millions to “stamp it out” etc when what I am experiencing is hi-tech domestic violence and persecution.
“Our (then) President is using his office and state resources, including Ministers unprofessionally, to disadvantage a woman.”
“I have been deprived of the basics for many years, my food is taken care of by my Aunt who has a shop. My clothing, money and everything else is from my parents and family,” she had said.
She said, later, that attempts to gain independence “would somehow eventually need his approval on the business front. On the job front, I was told that no one would employ me for fear of backlash from our President.”
The former First lady had said that she applied for 31.4 acres of land at Moraikobai to develop a hospital and complex offering a number of benefits which she had offered to buy from the Government.
“But I was told by the President that he can’t sell state land. We asked for a 99-year lease, but he said he can only give 25-year lease.”
This is in stark contrast to prime land that was given for controversial projects in more recent years.
When information was made public about the extent to which the then Head of State had reportedly ill-treated his wife, Kaieteur News had sought comments on the issue from senior female government officials.
None of them would comment. Six years later, none of the female government Minister would even say word about Jagdeo’s wife abuse.

Don't f'vck with Hindu Religion you damn half breed. Go play with your Uncle Ding-a-Ling.

These fools know only one method. That is burning everything that gets in their way.

This boy Vish is showing his real colours, Ignorant Black Ass.

Like dem 10 things up there got you bassidy, eh?

You care to comment on them?....we already know how yall treat yall women...I hope all dem women in Guyana consider BJ an abuser....

VishMahabir posted:
kp posted:
VishMahabir posted:
Dave posted:

Bring it on Vish. 

OK...try this one for Agood Hindu morality:

 

 

 

Don't f'vck with Hindu Religion you damn half breed. Go play with your Uncle Ding-a-Ling.

Knucklehead,

Where in the Hindu religion does it tell you its OK to disrespect and abuse women? Every woman should be treated like your mother.

You should learn from Raam and Sita....all of you so-called pretentious Hindus.

Are you referring to Rumjaat and Sita Naga.  I suggest you leave your Mumma out of this conversation ,you already disappointed  her.

VishMahabir posted:
kp posted:
ksazma posted:
kp posted:
VishMahabir posted:
Dave posted:

Bring it on Vish. 

OK...try this one for good Hindu morality:

 

After six years…Jagdeo speaks out on wife abuse


Six years after maintaining absolute silence on allegations of domestic abuse leveled against him,

 Former President, Bharrat Jagdeo during the press conference yesterday

Former President, Bharrat Jagdeo during the press conference yesterday

former President Bharrat Jagdeo has said that despite numerous claims being circulated he never resorted to physical violence against his ex-wife, Varshnie Singh.
Jagdeo, who spoke out in defence of women, yesterday, stated that the only act of physical violence against women he had ever been involved in was when he was a lad of 10 years and had tussles with his older sisters.
He made these remarks during a press briefing at Freedom House, Robb Street, yesterday.
At the time, he was asked about Minister of Health, Dr. Bheri Ramsaran’s confrontation with a female activist on Monday.
Jagdeo condemned the actions of his colleague. He stated, “Personally I think it should have never happened; it’s distasteful and we should never say anything about any woman, particularly women that way.”
Though he was not asked, Jagdeo volunteered, “I saw they’ve said that I beat my wife; you can ask her. Let me make it clear to everyone: I have never touched, physically abused, a single woman in my entire life, including my ex-wife.
“So that is clear, I can say it here: never, ever. I fought with my older sisters when they used to beat me up a few times but that was when I was ten years old.
“Outside from that I never ever touched a single woman,” he stressed.
Jagdeo made it clear that his party does not condone attacks on any female.
When former First Lady, Varshnie Singh, spoke out in 2009 about what she called “institutionalized” or “high-tech” domestic violence, she spoke of her fears and insecurities living in a country where her

 Former First Lady, Varshanie Singh

Former First Lady, Varshanie Singh

“oppressor” had his hand in every facet of the day to day functioning of the country.
This, she said, had put her in a precarious position from which she could not escape. It was after she was locked out of State House that the Former First Lady documented, in great detail, her decade-long experience of verbal and emotional abuse by Jagdeo.
She said that during their marriage she was not allowed to work and did not receive proper maintenance or care, financial or otherwise.
The Office of the First Lady was one she dubbed a “myth.”
She had stated that she and Jagdeo had a “deal” before getting married that they would work together, to move Guyana forward, but that never happened.
Singh had spoken of her non-profit Kids First Fund being sabotaged, often by her ex-husband. The charity was one used to raise funds for medical care for poor Guyanese children.
“He found my work embarrassing and me annoying. The First Ladies of every country in the world, when they are helpful, are treated with respect and are given the full backing of their husbands and the nation.”
Singh said she had been isolated and alone for two years.
“If I wasn’t home by 6:00pm, the apartment door would be locked with a latch from the inside so my key could not open it…When I was locked out, I would have to spend the night on the sofa on the first floor without a sheet, praying for the night to end quickly,” Singh said.
The former First Lady had spoken of having been sabotaged over and over: being denied money and support to run her charity and being denied rights to buy land to start a low-cost specialist hospital for the country.
“Although my work is done with total commitment, fairness and honesty for the benefit of others, it irritated my husband a lot.
“I used my fancy job title to advocate for those who had been taken advantage of and needed help, the voiceless, poor people, regardless of race, religion or political affiliation.”
She had said that this was the first country where the First Lady was “proactive, doing good for the nation but gets penalised because her husband is President and finds her work to help the same people he swore to defend and represent as ”showing up the inadequacies of his government” and therefore made me his enemy.”
The former First Lady had not alleged physical abuse. She claimed that Jagdeo had decided that to punish her, “he would withhold all resources, financial and otherwise and line my path with a multitude of cruel, selfish obstacles.”
“It is funny and sad to hear the politicians talk about the campaign against domestic violence, investing millions to “stamp it out” etc when what I am experiencing is hi-tech domestic violence and persecution.
“Our (then) President is using his office and state resources, including Ministers unprofessionally, to disadvantage a woman.”
“I have been deprived of the basics for many years, my food is taken care of by my Aunt who has a shop. My clothing, money and everything else is from my parents and family,” she had said.
She said, later, that attempts to gain independence “would somehow eventually need his approval on the business front. On the job front, I was told that no one would employ me for fear of backlash from our President.”
The former First lady had said that she applied for 31.4 acres of land at Moraikobai to develop a hospital and complex offering a number of benefits which she had offered to buy from the Government.
“But I was told by the President that he can’t sell state land. We asked for a 99-year lease, but he said he can only give 25-year lease.”
This is in stark contrast to prime land that was given for controversial projects in more recent years.
When information was made public about the extent to which the then Head of State had reportedly ill-treated his wife, Kaieteur News had sought comments on the issue from senior female government officials.
None of them would comment. Six years later, none of the female government Minister would even say word about Jagdeo’s wife abuse.

Don't f'vck with Hindu Religion you damn half breed. Go play with your Uncle Ding-a-Ling.

These fools know only one method. That is burning everything that gets in their way.

This boy Vish is showing his real colours, Ignorant Black Ass.

Like dem 10 things up there got you bassidy, eh?

You care to comment on them?....we already know how yall treat yall women...I hope all dem women in Guyana consider BJ an abuser....

Are you still in school??

VishMahabir posted:

OK...HERE GOES....For Gilly, Nehru, and especially dem three bannas who went to Accabre Bay ...Dave, KP and Skeldon-Man. With help from my Uncle...TOP 10 list why PPP will loose in 2020

  1. FRAUD CHARGES-
  2. JAGDEO RUNNING THE SHOW –
  3. PARTY DEVOID OF INTELLECTUALS –
  4. RACE BASED POLITICS-
  5. ABC/EU/CARICOM SUPPORT FOR COALITION-
  6. SIGNS OF PEOPLE BENEFITTING FROM OIL ECONOMY-
  7. BEING A COALITION-
  8. PPP NOT DEMOCRATIC-
  9. PPP CANT RUN COUNTRY-
  10. SMALL PARTIES WILL TAKE AWAY VOTES FROM PPP-

Bai VishMahabir, wash yuh face, hands, feet plus other parts then ketch yuh bed fuh school/classes next time.

Yuh prappa lik fuh post schupiddity tings when yuh get a lil spare time.

kp posted:
VishMahabir posted:
kp posted:
VishMahabir posted:
Dave posted:

Bring it on Vish. 

OK...try this one for Agood Hindu morality:

 

 

 

Don't f'vck with Hindu Religion you damn half breed. Go play with your Uncle Ding-a-Ling.

Knucklehead,

Where in the Hindu religion does it tell you its OK to disrespect and abuse women? Every woman should be treated like your mother.

You should learn from Raam and Sita....all of you so-called pretentious Hindus.

Are you referring to Rumjaat and Sita Naga.  I suggest you leave your Mumma out of this conversation ,you already disappointed  her.

Go read the Ramayana...dem have it in English now....and CD for you.

Amral posted:
Dave posted:

Who is the indian chick on the left

Thats either KP or Skeldon-Man!   

Demerara_Guy posted:
VishMahabir posted:

OK...HERE GOES....For Gilly, Nehru, and especially dem three bannas who went to Accabre Bay ...Dave, KP and Skeldon-Man. With help from my Uncle...TOP 10 list why PPP will loose in 2020

  1. FRAUD CHARGES-
  2. JAGDEO RUNNING THE SHOW –
  3. PARTY DEVOID OF INTELLECTUALS –
  4. RACE BASED POLITICS-
  5. ABC/EU/CARICOM SUPPORT FOR COALITION-
  6. SIGNS OF PEOPLE BENEFITTING FROM OIL ECONOMY-
  7. BEING A COALITION-
  8. PPP NOT DEMOCRATIC-
  9. PPP CANT RUN COUNTRY-
  10. SMALL PARTIES WILL TAKE AWAY VOTES FROM PPP-

Bai VishMahabir, wash yuh face, hands, feet plus other parts then ketch yuh bed fuh school/classes next time.

Yuh prappa lik fuh post schupiddity tings when yuh get a lil spare time.

We can do top 20 if you want.....

kp posted:
VishMahabir posted:
  1. FRAUD CHARGES- Those 19 charges are not going away. Guyanese know the charges are real and the Irfaan Presidency will try to protect the Jagdeo and cabal transgressions and corruptions. Irfaan has a mansion which he could not afford with his salary as Housing Minister. Irfaan, like Rohee and the US, is banned from entering Canada. The Canadians are in close contact with the Americans and

....... ....... 

  1. SMALL PARTIES WILL TAKE AWAY VOTES FROM PPP- The AFC will still capture some Indian votes (those who are disappointed with the Irfaan candidacy). If most Indos vote for the PP, as they will, the PPP will still loose a couple of seats (Amerindians, for example), thereby reducing support. The coalition will be reelected.

 

Who the Skont is your uncle and even your auntie, I don't care you Academic Invalid.

Mosst of those are valid reasons why the PPP should lose.However, only a few reasonably will impact the electorate. The PPP's base is its ceiling. They do not care about fraud, Jagdeo's cronyism, the PPP's failure to incubate intellectuals, racism, corruption etc. The other side has not shown much of a difference on these and other issues. 

My consternation with the PPP rests on their abject and irresponsible neglect of party democracy. It is run like a coven of communists even now. I also am disgusted that the champion of the earth did not see it fit to develop as part of his manifesto a green economy given we will be dumping billions of tons of carbon into the atmosphere without oil economy. You cannot miss this fact in our gluttony for oil wealth. We are becoming the poisoner of the earth with that economy and must compensate with conservation. 

I have a 100 days plan somewhere on this site that addressed some small things ( albeit it was about 20 or 30 issues) Not one of those were addressed in their plan. We have no emphasis on pre and post natal care, no family leave, no commentary to build a bureaucratic capital on high ground, no mention of Amerindian rights, no mention of constitution reform that involves devolving power to combat our inclination to ransoming our nation to ethnic based policies.

The PPP is not trying hard given they have lots of issues mediating their chances of winning. For example, they need a PM candidate that would not pander to race but to intellect, judgement and a future for us. Further, Ali should declare if he win he will not run for a second term.

Nehru posted:

You dumb illiterate PRICK@ Grow a brain!

If literacy was a measure where would you count...really? You write complete ignorant crap in response to everything and never venture to share the reasons you know a difference. You are among the most worthless contributor on this board. Besides your perennial cussing and you peculiar verbiage no one knows why the hell you object to anything.

Hey hey hey...it na gat nothing foh do wid policy and all dat. Indo now down to 39%. Hey hey hey. PPP seh doan need to keep kuntry stable...abie doan need book sense, only street korner and pusha man sense...doers!!! Hey hey hey... Lewe turn blind eye pon dem drug pushas and hustlers and den de crime break loose and get woss dan what dem Buxton peopkle was doing. Dem base migrate and juss leff dem...dem cyant win dat easy like befo...39% baby...hey hey hey. 

Stormborn posted:
Nehru posted:

You dumb illiterate PRICK@ Grow a brain!

If literacy was a measure where would you count...really? You write complete ignorant crap in response to everything and never venture to share the reasons you know a difference. You are among the most worthless contributor on this board. Besides your perennial cussing and you peculiar verbiage no one knows why the hell you object to anything.

I should ban him talking sheer stupidness...but sometimes you need a resident idiot

VishMahabir posted:
kp posted:
VishMahabir posted:
kp posted:
V

Knucklehead,

Where in the Hindu religion does it tell you its OK to disrespect and abuse women? Every woman should be treated like your mother.

You should learn from Raam and Sita....all of you so-called pretentious Hindus.

Are you referring to Rumjaat and Sita Naga.  I suggest you leave your Mumma out of this conversation ,you already disappointed  her.

Go read the Ramayana...dem have it in English now....and CD for you.

Amral posted:
Dave posted:

Who is the indian chick on the left

Thats either KP or Skeldon-Man!   

SKELDON_MAN = YOU MUMMA_MAN

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