The Facts of Afro-Guyanese

Afro-Guyanese is surpassing Indo-Guyanese in socio-economic and political cultures in Guyana. If Afro-Guyanese is doing well under the coalition government, it means that the PPP had starved them from the basic ingredients they needed to strive in their own country. Now, that the table has turned, we can clearly see the results of marginalization.

The PPP should take note of the competitive result from Afro-Guyanese that will reshape Guyana's future for the better. Guyana can no longer depend on Guyanese whose aim is to migrate to foreign countries, refused to serve in the arm forces, and speaks ill of their homeland.

The future of Guyana belongs to the people who live, think and breathe Guyana. And, that is Afro-Guyanese. 

Each day that I signed-in to GNI, Indos are weeping, cursing, killing, robbing, and committing suicides. These are the things that are devastated to the prosperity of Guyana. The PPP has been hard hit by the values that are no longer existed. 

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Prince posted:

Afro-Guyanese is surpassing Indo-Guyanese in socio-economic and political cultures in Guyana. If Afro-Guyanese is doing well under the coalition government, it means that the PPP had starved them from the basic ingredients they needed to strive in their own country. Now, that the table has turned, we can clearly see the results of marginalization.

The PPP should take note of the competitive result from Afro-Guyanese that will reshape Guyana's future for the better. Guyana can no longer depend on Guyanese whose aim is to migrate to foreign countries, refused to serve in the arm forces, and speaks ill of their homeland.

The future of Guyana belongs to the people who live, think and breathe Guyana. And, that is Afro-Guyanese. 

Each day that I signed-in to GNI, Indos are weeping, cursing, killing, robbing, and committing suicides. These are the things that are devastated to the prosperity of Guyana. The PPP has been hard hit by the values that are no longer existed. 

I see someone is off their medication again.

He is off his meds again. 

What we are seeing in Guyana today is a constant tit for tat. The PPP stacked up the public service top positions with Indos and now the PNC is stacking it up with Afros. The current hiring pattern by the PNC is no different than what the PPP did.

I have no problem if this round of appointments create a balance since the best candidates should be selected regardless of race. 

Make no mistakes though, it does not look good in the eyes of Indos.

The cycle of tit for tat continues. 

The cycle of tit for tat continues.

Correction: It's the cycle of racial governing or who is on top. Guyana is at stake and the PNC will make sure they stay on top for life. What's good for the goose is good for the gander. But accept that Afros has been given a chance to strive and they are making progress and put coolie in the hall of shame. Afro serves their country and it belongs to them. For once I believe that what Granger is doing to Indians is NOT from his heart, but it's a payback of what the PPP has done to Afro-Guyanese. Therefore, the PPP is responsible for the sugar workers who are on the breadline. 

Prince posted:

Afro-Guyanese is surpassing Indo-Guyanese in socio-economic and political cultures in Guyana. If Afro-Guyanese is doing well under the coalition government, it means that the PPP had starved them from the basic ingredients they needed to strive in their own country. Now, that the table has turned, we can clearly see the results of marginalization.

The PPP should take note of the competitive result from Afro-Guyanese that will reshape Guyana's future for the better. Guyana can no longer depend on Guyanese whose aim is to migrate to foreign countries, refused to serve in the arm forces, and speaks ill of their homeland.

The future of Guyana belongs to the people who live, think and breathe Guyana. And, that is Afro-Guyanese. 

Each day that I signed-in to GNI, Indos are weeping, cursing, killing, robbing, and committing suicides. These are the things that are devastated to the prosperity of Guyana. The PPP has been hard hit by the values that are no longer exist

Prince posted:

Afro-Guyanese is surpassing Indo-Guyanese in socio-economic and political cultures in Guyana. If Afro-Guyanese is doing well under the coalition government, it means that the PPP had starved them from the basic ingredients they needed to strive in their own country. Now, that the table has turned, we can clearly see the results of marginalization.

The PPP should take note of the competitive result from Afro-Guyanese that will reshape Guyana's future for the better. Guyana can no longer depend on Guyanese whose aim is to migrate to foreign countries, refused to serve in the arm forces, and speaks ill of their homeland.

The future of Guyana belongs to the people who live, think and breathe Guyana. And, that is Afro-Guyanese. 

Each day that I signed-in to GNI, Indos are weeping, cursing, killing, robbing, and committing suicides. These are the things that are devastated to the prosperity of Guyana. The PPP has been hard hit by the values that are no longer existed. 

All of this coming from a man who hates and despises black guyanese. U doing a great job. Keep it up.

Prince posted:

My sense of change for Guyana and Guyanese is measured by reality and wisdom. it's NOT by the decades-old belief you hold against me. 

Bullshit!! U hate black people and u are gonna go to your grave hating blacks. There's good and bad in every race. But u like to paint every black guyanese with the same brush. I dont know who you're trying to fool; certainly not me. You see, people like u never change. Now, about this tit for tat thing u mentioned, I asked Carib about this. Ask him what his answer was, then go see what u wrote.

It's not about me to like or dislike Afro-Guyanese. It's about their talent, skills and patriotism of Guyana that make them more Guyanese than indos. I would care less about people who continue to spew hog shit rather than recognizing that Afros are excelling at a fast pace since they're given the opportunity to do so. It would be ignorant of me to let two skvntholes speak on my behalf when they are part of the problem. 

Prince posted:

It's not about me to like or dislike Afro-Guyanese. It's about their talent, skills and patriotism of Guyana that make them more Guyanese than indos. I would care less about people who continue to spew hog shit rather than recognizing that Afros are excelling at a fast pace since they're given the opportunity to do so. It would be ignorant of me to let two skvntholes speak on my behalf when they are part of the problem. 

In Guyana we have people from several places around the world with different experiences, culture, religions, etc. We have different ways of doing things at times but we are all Guyanese at the end of the day. No one race qualifies to be more Guyanese than another. 

You talking sheer piss. Give it a rest. 

Prince posted:

It's not about me to like or dislike Afro-Guyanese. It's about their talent, skills and patriotism of Guyana that make them more Guyanese than indos. I would care less about people who continue to spew hog shit rather than recognizing that Afros are excelling at a fast pace since they're given the opportunity to do so. It would be ignorant of me to let two skvntholes speak on my behalf when they are part of the problem. 

Indeed, lots and lots .... and .... lots.

Prince posted:

It's not about me to like or dislike Afro-Guyanese. It's about their talent, skills and patriotism of Guyana that make them more Guyanese than indos. I would care less about people who continue to spew hog shit rather than recognizing that Afros are excelling at a fast pace since they're given the opportunity to do so. It would be ignorant of me to let two skvntholes speak on my behalf when they are part of the problem. 

Banna,

You one confused and foolish knucklehead. You already gat you 15 minutes of fame for today...stop writing stupidness and trying to rile up dem bannas here...

Here...go read dese 2 books...

A History of the Guyanese Working People by Walter Rodney

A history of East Indian resistance on the Guyana sugar estates, 1869-1948 by Basdeo Mangru

Shimron Hetmyer      

Full name Shimron Odilon Hetmyer

Born December 26, 1996, Cumberland, Berbice, Guyana

Current age 21 years 227 days

Major teams West Indies, Guyana, Guyana Amazon Warriors,Guyana Under-19s, West Indies Under-19s

Playing role Top-order batsman

Batting style Left-hand bat

Bowling style Legbreak googly

Shimron Odilon Hetmyer
Batting and fielding averages
 MatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100504s6sCtSt
Tests Insights on test61203228626.8344372.680241620
ODIs Insights on odi1212047912739.9149596.7621361360
T20Is Insights on t20i210777.003233.33000110
First-class26473147010733.40193176.121821223230
List A2828198712736.55107292.07348031180
T20s Insights on t204318679*43.0051168.62019510
Bowling averages
 MatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10
Tests Insights on test6------------
ODIs Insights on odi12------------
T20Is Insights on t20i2------------
First-class26------------
List A28------------
T20s Insights on t204------------
Career statistics
Test debutWest Indies v Pakistan at Kingston, Apr 21-25, 2017 scorecard
Last TestWest Indies v Bangladesh at Kingston, Jul 12-14, 2018 scorecard
ODI debutNew Zealand v West Indies at Whangarei, Dec 20, 2017 scorecard
Last ODIWest Indies v Bangladesh at Basseterre, Jul 28, 2018 scorecard
T20I debutNew Zealand v West Indies at Mount Maunganui, Jan 1, 2018 scorecard
Last T20INew Zealand v West Indies at Mount Maunganui, Jan 3, 2018 scorecard
First-class debutGuyana v Trinidad & Tobago at Providence, Apr 11-14, 2014 scorecard
Last First-classWest Indies v Bangladesh at Kingston, Jul 12-14, 2018 scorecard
List A debutTrinidad & Tobago v West Indies Under-19s at Scarborough, Jan 16, 2015 scorecard
Last List AWest Indies v Bangladesh at Basseterre, Jul 28, 2018 scorecard
T20s debutSt Lucia Zouks v Guyana Amazon Warriors at Gros Islet, Jul 24, 2016 scorecard
Last T20sGuyana Amazon Warriors v St Kitts and Nevis Patriots at Providence, Aug 9, 2018 scorecard
Recent matches
Bat & BowlTeamOppositionGroundMatch DateScorecard
79*Amazonv PatriotsProvidence9 Aug 2018T20
30West Indiesv BangladeshBasseterre28 Jul 2018ODI # 4024 Insights on
125West Indiesv BangladeshProvidence25 Jul 2018ODI # 4023 Insights on
52West Indiesv BangladeshProvidence22 Jul 2018ODI # 4022 Insights on
86, 18West Indiesv BangladeshKingston12 Jul 2018Test # 2312 Insights on
123WICB XIv BangladeshisCoolidge28 Jun 2018Other
38West Indiesv AfghanistanHarare25 Mar 2018ODI # 4007 Insights on
4West Indiesv ScotlandHarare21 Mar 2018ODI # 4004 Insights on
13West Indiesv ZimbabweHarare19 Mar 2018ODI # 4002 Insights on
15West Indiesv AfghanistanHarare15 Mar 2018ODI # 3997 Insights on
Profile

Shimron Hetmyer, a left-hand batsman, had played four games after his first-class debut for Guyana in April 2014 before he led West Indies to their first Under-19 World Cup title, in Bangladesh in 2015-16.

Each and everyone of us have opinions, of and about each other, some negative and some positive, but who will ever know, in the end it does not really matter as far as reality goes, we all go trough the same process in life, the comparisons of each other, well who knows, but individually we think we do and each one of us is right. Treat everyone one as you would want for yourself. Go figure what matters, today is the first day for the rest of your life.   

yuji22 posted:

He is off his meds again. 

What we are seeing in Guyana today is a constant tit for tat. The PPP stacked up the public service top positions with Indos and now the PNC is stacking it up with Afros. The current hiring pattern by the PNC is no different than what the PPP did.

I have no problem if this round of appointments create a balance since the best candidates should be selected regardless of race. 

Make no mistakes though, it does not look good in the eyes of Indos.

The cycle of tit for tat continues. 

The PPP had a chance to do that but they failed.

Prince posted:

My sense of change for Guyana and Guyanese is measured by reality andwisdom. it's NOT by the decades-old belief you hold against me. 

Dude, when yo speak about yourself, you should not mention these two words. You are far away from accepting reality. You cannot take the heat and you cry like some little kindergarten kid on his or her first day of school missing the mother. As for wisdom, the person who told you that you have some was lying to you.

skeldon_man posted:
Prince posted:

My sense of change for Guyana and Guyanese is measured by reality andwisdom. it's NOT by the decades-old belief you hold against me. 

Dude, when yo speak about yourself, you should not mention these two words. You are far away from accepting reality. You cannot take the heat and you cry like some little kindergarten kid on his or her first day of school missing the mother. As for wisdom, the person who told you that you have some was lying to you.

I usually learn from members on GNI of what they write and say to other members. I learn when I am encouraged to good and respect your fellow men. Unfortunately, you would never be the teacher that I want to look up to. In my case, it's about (Afro-Guyanese) which you despise with a passion. You obviously need the wisdom more than I do. 

Prince posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Prince posted:

My sense of change for Guyana and Guyanese is measured by reality andwisdom. it's NOT by the decades-old belief you hold against me. 

Dude, when yo speak about yourself, you should not mention these two words. You are far away from accepting reality. You cannot take the heat and you cry like some little kindergarten kid on his or her first day of school missing the mother. As for wisdom, the person who told you that you have some was lying to you.

I usually learn from members on GNI of what they write and say to other members. I learn when I am encouraged to good and respect your fellow men. Unfortunately, you would never be the teacher that I want to look up to. In my case, it's about (Afro-Guyanese) which you despise with a passion. You obviously need the wisdom more than I do. 

Fortunately for you and the rest of the world's teachers, you are past the age of learning. You would not be a good investment. The cost versus the benefits would be dismal. If I was teaching and had to teach you, I would quit my job immediately.

skeldon_man posted:
Prince posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Prince posted:

My sense of change for Guyana and Guyanese is measured by reality andwisdom. it's NOT by the decades-old belief you hold against me. 

Dude, when yo speak about yourself, you should not mention these two words. You are far away from accepting reality. You cannot take the heat and you cry like some little kindergarten kid on his or her first day of school missing the mother. As for wisdom, the person who told you that you have some was lying to you.

I usually learn from members on GNI of what they write and say to other members. I learn when I am encouraged to good and respect your fellow men. Unfortunately, you would never be the teacher that I want to look up to. In my case, it's about (Afro-Guyanese) which you despise with a passion. You obviously need the wisdom more than I do. 

Fortunately for you and the rest of the world's teachers, you are past the age of learning. You would not be a good investment. The cost versus the benefits would be dismal.If I was teaching and had to teach you, I would quit my job immediately.

Once again I am right about you. Good teachers don't quit when they are challenged with a difficult task of teaching someone. 

Prince posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Prince posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Prince posted:

My sense of change for Guyana and Guyanese is measured by reality andwisdom. it's NOT by the decades-old belief you hold against me. 

I usually learn from members on GNI of what they write and say to other members. I learn when I am encouraged to good and respect your fellow men. Unfortunately, you would never be the teacher that I want to look up to. In my case, it's about (Afro-Guyanese) which you despise with a passion. You obviously need the wisdom more than I do. 

Fortunately for you and the rest of the world's teachers, you are past the age of learning. You would not be a good investment. The cost versus the benefits would be dismal.If I was teaching and had to teach you, I would quit my job immediately.

Once again I am right about you. Good teachers don't quit when they are challenged with a difficult task of teaching someone. 

You would not be a difficult task; you would have been an impossible task.

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