Bibi Haniffa posted:
Iguana posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:

Vibert Mingo was Minister of Home Affairs.  He was one of the people responsible for bringing Jim Jones to Guyana. I recently met some of his relatives in Brooklyn.  They are very wealthy.

So you cuss black man on GNI and  then run to Brooklyn to hug up same blackman and Atherly, the GDF guys and suh on. These people need to know who you all really are!

I don’t know Atherly.  Never met her.  Have no interest in meeting her.  Never been to any of her events.  I never hug up a black man or a GDF man.  I met the Mingo family at a private party at someone’s home who has no involvement in politics.

You lie!

Baseman posted:
Dondadda posted:

Let me tell you the true story of David Arthur Singh who was appointed as Minister of Housing and Reconstruction. His law office was on Croat Street in Georgetown. He was married to a beautiful Black woman and they had lovely children. 

In the early 1970s, Hamilton Green who was then Minister of Works and Hydraulics who used his position to benefit himself, (was involved in widespread corruption building his house using Government Steel and other building materials and Government paid labour and transport). He somehow dragged David Singh into this situation. There was a call for an investigation into the matter. Forbes Burnham agreed and asked the Ombudsman, at the time former Justice GAS Van Sertima to investigate. He investigated them both and just about a few days before the investigation was to be released, it was alleged by the Gov’t that he committed suicide. Talk all over Georgetown then was that his death was set up to look like suicide by Hamilton Green. The report of the investigation was never released and shortly thereafter the Ombudsman's office was closed.

My observation, seeing him a few times and my parents interaction with him, he seemed conflicted!  

The B man had a tongue of gold went it came to talk. But in the end all that we are dealing with here is a complex form of anti-koolieism. We as a people were very unfortunate to end up with a leader like Jordan.  

Dondadda posted:

I don’t see the name Llewelyn John, who was the Minister of Home Affairs in Burnham’s first Cabinet.

Desmond Hoyle was never Minister of Home Affairs. He held the portfolio of the Minister of Economic Development.

Other Appointment

Dondadda, the document from which this info, presented doesn't have a date, from the above someone can pinpoint the year.

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Bibi Haniffa posted:

Vibert Mingo was Minister of Home Affairs.  He was one of the people responsible for bringing Jim Jones to Guyana. I recently met some of his relatives in Brooklyn.  They are very wealthy.

Vibert MIngo

Will look into for more info for correlation.

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Django posted:
Dondadda posted:

I don’t see the name Llewelyn John, who was the Minister of Home Affairs in Burnham’s first Cabinet.

Desmond Hoyle was never Minister of Home Affairs. He held the portfolio of the Minister of Economic Development.

Other Appointment

Dondadda, the document from which this info, presented doesn't have a date, from the above someone can pinpoint the year.

Hoyte was minister of Home Affairs around 1973-74. Give or take a year or two.

Prashad posted:
Django posted:
Dondadda posted:

I don’t see the name Llewelyn John, who was the Minister of Home Affairs in Burnham’s first Cabinet.

Desmond Hoyle was never Minister of Home Affairs. He held the portfolio of the Minister of Economic Development.

Other Appointment

Dondadda, the document from which this info, presented doesn't have a date, from the above someone can pinpoint the year.

Hoyte was minister of Home Affairs around 1973-74. Give or take a year or two.

Desmond Hoyte

So this publication was in the early 1970s

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Django posted:
Dondadda posted:

I don’t see the name Llewelyn John, who was the Minister of Home Affairs in Burnham’s first Cabinet.

Desmond Hoyle was never Minister of Home Affairs. He held the portfolio of the Minister of Economic Development.

Other Appointment

Dondadda, the document from which this info, presented doesn't have a date, from the above someone can pinpoint the year.

Hoyte was minister of Home Affairs around 1973-74. Give or take a year or two.

Baseman posted:
Django posted:
Amral posted:

David Arthur Singh i do not recall

Same here...

Guys, David Singh wAs prominent.  I remember him visiting the east bank.  My mother gave him a piece of her mind when Chandrika Sukul, who was with him, made some derogatory remarks about Indian women in the PPP.  When Sukul turned towards her, she spat at him and walked away!

Singh said absolutely nothing and seemed embarrassed!  I still believed he was poisoned!

Chandika Sukul is a freaking idiot.  In 1984 he was invited to speak at an event at City College (CCNY) hosted by the Indian cultural club.  He told the audience that in Indian Culture the man is supposed to spend 90% of his time outside of the home and 10% inside and the woman must spend 90% of her time in the home and 10% outside.

One irate PPP supporter asked "which book say dat?"

Billy Ram Balgobin posted:
Baseman posted:
Django posted:
Amral posted:

David Arthur Singh i do not recall

Same here...

Guys, David Singh wAs prominent.  I remember him visiting the east bank.  My mother gave him a piece of her mind when Chandrika Sukul, who was with him, made some derogatory remarks about Indian women in the PPP.  When Sukul turned towards her, she spat at him and walked away!

Singh said absolutely nothing and seemed embarrassed!  I still believed he was poisoned!

Chandika Sukul is a freaking idiot.  In 1984 he was invited to speak at an event at City College (CCNY) hosted by the Indian cultural club.  He told the audience that in Indian Culture the man is supposed to spend 90% of his time outside of the home and 10% inside and the woman must spend 90% of her time in the home and 10% outside.

One irate PPP supporter asked "which book say dat?"

That ties into the disrespectful manner he spoke of Indian women when my mother spat at him!

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