@Tola posted:

Please show me where other posters are as degrading, as most PPP poster on GCDF.

You don't see this because PPP has always run a free and fair election process. If you see dishonesty, call it out. You, Django, Cain, and a bunch of other folks here cuss out Jagdeo and the PPP daily. Isn't this degrading?

@skeldon_man posted:

You don't see this because PPP has always run a free and fair election process. If you see dishonesty, call it out. You, Django, Cain, and a bunch of other folks here cuss out Jagdeo and the PPP daily. Isn't this degrading?

Sure we call out Jagdeo, because of the things him and others did in the past. But we don't swear at him, or knock him down personally, like most PPP posters do to other posters here. Calling people stupid, other names and F*.   

@FC posted:

So what was stopping the PPP from doing all this during their 20+ years in office? 

They did. They completed over 3000 projects in Jagdeo's twelve year reign.

The PPP had to rebuild a bankrupted country, but you can't see your nose.

The APNU/AFC did nothing during the last 5 years and you want to reelect them again to continue their ineptitude. 

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@Tola posted:

Sure we call out Jagdeo, because of the things him and others did in the past. But we don't swear at him, or knock him down personally, like most PPP posters do to other posters here. Calling people stupid, other names and F*.   

To you ,there are PPP posters and other posters, Who are you? First of all we are GNI posters and you should STOP labeling posters as to how we share our opinion. You have no moral authority to call on people because you don't like their views.

@kp posted:

To you ,there are PPP posters and other posters, Who are you? First of all we are GNI posters and you should STOP labeling posters as to how we share our opinion. You have no moral authority to call on people because you don't like their views.

I should ask you the same, Who are you? 

My view is the PPP is a better party than the PNC.  The PPP knows how to run a country the PNC doesn't.

You should watch your mannerism.  You are very rude. You are also negative and very silly. 

@Ramakant-P posted:

They did. They completed over 3000 projects in Jagdeo's twelve year reign.

The PPP had to rebuild a bankrupted country, but you can't see your nose.

The APNU/AFC did nothing during the last 5 years and you want to reelect them again to continue their ineptitude. 

Sure, they built project,  but how many became useless months afterwards. Skeldon factory, fibre cable, etc. Roads that did not last more then six months. Rice fields that got damaged by salt water , when  koaker watchmen who were relatives of the PPP NDC got drunk and fell asleep on the job, when the tide came in.  Good concrete culverts that was 'repaired' with drainage pipes that collapsed, just to provide a contract.   No water for the people, that turned off one area, to serve another. 

Some of the things bordered on legality, but the people were too afraid from their nastiness and vindictiveness. They are still scared like hell that that the same people might return, if the PPP forms the next government.   

@Ramakant-P posted:

I should ask you the same, Who are you? 

My view is the PPP is a better party than the PNC.  The PPP knows how to run a country the PNC doesn't.

You should watch your mannerism.  You are very rude. You are also negative and very silly. 

Rama, what"s wrong with you? I replied to Tola and you got angry with me.

"You should watch your mannerism.  You are very rude. You are also negative and very silly."

@kp posted:

To you ,there are PPP posters and other posters, Who are you? First of all we are GNI posters and you should STOP labeling posters as to how we share our opinion. You have no moral authority to call on people because you don't like their views.

No one is saying that opinions cannot be shared.  But how it is shared is important.  I perceive PNC posters share their opinion similar to the  PPP posters, but they don't use vulgarities and name calling,  like some PPP posters do here. 

 It seems when PPP posters are cornered with a difficult answer, they revert to a degrading comment or name calling. 

This does not seem to be a trait with all Indians, but it seems politics brings out the worse in some Guyanese Indians. 

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@Tola posted:

Sure, they built project,  but how many became useless months afterwards. Skeldon factory, fibre cable, etc. Roads that did not last more then six months. Rice fields that got damaged by salt water , when  koaker watchmen who were relatives of the PPP NDC got drunk and fell asleep on the job, when the tide came in.  Good concrete culverts that was 'repaired' with drainage pipes that collapsed, just to provide a contract.   No water for the people, that turned off one area, to serve another. 

Some of the things bordered on legality, but the people were too afraid from their nastiness and vindictiveness. They are still scared like hell that that the same people might return, if the PPP forms the next government.   

Nothing lasts forever but the fact is the PNC did nothing the last five years and during the Burnham era, they destroyed the foundation the PPP built.

@Ramakant-P posted:

They did. They completed over 3000 projects in Jagdeo's twelve year reign.

The PPP had to rebuild a bankrupted country, but you can't see your nose.

The APNU/AFC did nothing during the last 5 years and you want to reelect them again to continue their ineptitude. 

Remember the topic is on the decline of manufacturing in Guyana. So, which of those projects resulted in increased manufacturing? 

I addressed your reference to Government culpability in the demise of manufacturing decline in a previous post.

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@Ramakant-P posted:

Nothing lasts forever but the fact is the PNC did nothing the last five years and during the Burnham era, they destroyed the foundation the PPP built.

Nothing last forever.  Hire a Guyanese contractor to build your house and six months later try getting him to repair all that is wrong, at your cost. 

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“NICIL will in the very near future make available a further G$750,000,000. This disbursement can only be possible when NICIL and Guysuco can engage in solutions-driven discussions about making GuySuCo a commercially viable entity.

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