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Allyou get kack!  As predicted by thinking critics, Jagdeo and Ali are set to approve an unchanged Payara contract.  Remember they promised a better deal for the Guyanese people.  On the sugar front: madman Sasenarine Singh is talking crap in an effort to justify not opening the shuttered estates.  Sugar and oil were key planks in the PPP manifesto .  Dem prapa kack chupidee people.  

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Sase gat sugar in his hand. His last photo op, the man gathered around some ppl in hard hats looking at a lil bit a sugar cupped in his hand.

De stupid azz PPP government thinks sugar and flour has the same process. Jackazzez, doan realize it is more mechanical than counting beans. Instead of having a person with engineering background with management skills to mek the estates operational they tek a guy from Demerara Bank and mek him CEO. He is as bad as Ramotar and the first PPP CEO for Guysuco. This flour sugar guy better get down to doing something because the CEO and neither the PPP will help him. If anything he will shoulder the blame for the estates not up and running.

@Totaram posted:

Allyou get kack!  As predicted by thinking critics, Jagdeo and Ali are set to approve an unchanged Payara contract.  Remember they promised a better deal for the Guyanese people.  On the sugar front: madman Sasenarine Singh is talking crap in an effort to justify not opening the shuttered estates.  Sugar and oil were key planks in the PPP manifesto .  Dem prapa kack chupidee people.  

Yes...look dem coolie got fooled.

There is no money in sugar, and the government has gotten advise from a lot of people on this issue. Sase will be a hero if he revive the industry but 400 jobs will not cut it. They should diversify, produce ethanol or other crops..why cant they do that for the workers?

Oil is another problem...dey disagreed with the Exxon contract, which thye criticized...now we waiting to see what deal is behind Payara.

Look like Pompeo got his wishes....

 

@seignet posted:

Sase gat sugar in his hand. His last photo op, the man gathered around some ppl in hard hats looking at a lil bit a sugar cupped in his hand.

De stupid azz PPP government thinks sugar and flour has the same process. Jackazzez, doan realize it is more mechanical than counting beans. Instead of having a person with engineering background with management skills to mek the estates operational they tek a guy from Demerara Bank and mek him CEO. He is as bad as Ramotar and the first PPP CEO for Guysuco. This flour sugar guy better get down to doing something because the CEO and neither the PPP will help him. If anything he will shoulder the blame for the estates not up and running.

Can you do a better job than Sasenarine Singh?

@Ramakant-P posted:

Can you do a better job than Sasenarine Singh?

It is not a question of who can or can't do the job.  It is a question of whether or not the PPP deliberately misled the electorate on the question of reopening the estates. It is clear that they knew the financial situation of GUYSUCO but lied to the electorate about restoring the shuttered estates to pre-coalition status.

@VishMahabir posted:

Yes...look dem coolie got fooled.

There is no money in sugar, and the government has gotten advise from a lot of people on this issue. Sase will be a hero if he revive the industry but 400 jobs will not cut it. They should diversify, produce ethanol or other crops..why cant they do that for the workers?

Oil is another problem...dey disagreed with the Exxon contract, which thye criticized...now we waiting to see what deal is behind Payara.

Look like Pompeo got his wishes....

 

On the sugar industry:  the environmental factors haven't changed in the last five years.  The PPP, like the Coalition, was aware of the challenges facing the industry.  Nevertheless, Jagdeo/Ali et al.  undertook to reopen the estates and they must fulfill that promise.  If not, with their sharpened cutlasses the retrenched sugar workers should march to Freedom House to vent their anger.  

Elucidate the distress into logic. Apply the key to the transfiguration of time and Truth to change the current condition that is causing the distress. The generation of my emotions are not recognized that's why the identity is oblivious to life. Your name clears up any Oblivion. Assimilate the voltages of thoughts to construct our operation constructively. 

System: enable the Spirit to control our conscience to enable Krishna to control the voltages of our mind on the brain. 

As far as sugar is concerned, love is more important than money. Let love arbitrarily equal five microvolts. Go from their system. 

If truth equals one millivolt and time equals half a millivolt then the division of the two would be equal to two as the transfiguration which can be set as emotion. E=2. 

System probe real-time sampling of brain synapses right now and register for processing; use voltages. 

It's wonderful news. Rosehall sugar estates started to plant sugarcane again. The PPP did not mislead the people about re-opening the sugar estates. They will open all of them but it will take time as soon as money becomes available. It's only 2 months since the PPP took over from the PNC.  They have 5 years to fulfill all their promises. Some projects will take more than 5 years to complete. Nobody should make suppositions about what is going to happen. Only time will tell. 

One man posted KACK and everybody hold KACK.

 Chupidee Ganga nah gat cure. 

I don't see Sase being good for the job of controlling Guysuco, to revive that industry you need experienced heads, then later train someone like Sase. 

The government is there to ensure the success of the Sugar industry while keeping thousands employed, there is long term socio-economic benefits to the country, with an increasing tax base.

 Sugar and it's byproducts brings in lots of foreign currency, use some of the oil revenue to subsidize sugar industry, that's no strain on the taxpayers backs.

@Ramakant-P posted:

It's wonderful news. Rosehall sugar estates started to plant sugarcane again. The PPP did not mislead the people about re-opening the sugar estates. They will open all of them but it will take time as soon as money becomes available. It's only 2 months since the PPP took over from the PNC.  They have 5 years to fulfill all their promises. Some projects will take more than 5 years to complete. Nobody should make suppositions about what is going to happen. Only time will tell. 

They do not have five years to fulfill their promise to the retrenched sugar workers.  They undertook to reopen the estates immediately upon assuming office.  That hasn't happened so they are now in breach of that commitment.

@kp posted:

One man posted KACK and everybody hold KACK.

 Chupidee Ganga nah gat cure. 

I don't see Sase being good for the job of controlling Guysuco, to revive that industry you need experienced heads, then later train someone like Sase. 

The government is there to ensure the success of the Sugar industry while keeping thousands employed, there is long term socio-economic benefits to the country, with an increasing tax base.

 Sugar and it's byproducts brings in lots of foreign currency, use some of the oil revenue to subsidize sugar industry, that's no strain on the taxpayers backs.

The question is whether the PPP has kept its promise to the sugar workers.  They haven't and this was predictable but chupidee coolie people believed Ali/Jagdeo.  Dem get de kack again. It is now part of their miserable lives.

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