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In this case, I will focus on Guyanese women that no longer depend on their male companion/husband, etc., to defend them, provide for them or give them the moral support in time of need. Many of them are victims of abuse from the same men that were supposed to protect them. Thankfully, many of them have become intrapreneurs, businesswomen, investors, and trades that earned them financial freedom from men. Sadly, the women that are not fortunate to break free from the domestic bondage are somehow paid with their lives to make a difference for themselves and their families. This is reality and sadness to the core to treat women like nobody. 

Today, I will castigate man that fall within this category. I will go further to say to the good men, never say women strength lies within their mouth. Think again. When it's your duty to protect your family from PNC political turmoil, past and present, your strength lies within your mouth as well.  

From all indications, coolie men are weak at home and weak to confront their political adversaries. Try working your bottom to get to the top. Only then you can walk in women's shoes. 

 

 

 

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Prashad posted:

Koolie men became powerless when C. Jargon became leader and that was several decades ago.

What happened today that men cannot protect their family or stood up to their adversaries? It's troubling to see men run and hide and leave their family to be viciously brutalized by bandits but brave enough to wield a cutlass and slaughter his family. 

Prince posted:

In this case, I will focus on Guyanese women that no longer depend on their male companion/husband, etc., to defend them, provide for them or give them the moral support in time of need. Many of them are victims of abuse from the same men that were supposed to protect them. Thankfully, many of them have become intrapreneurs, businesswomen, investors, and trades that earned them financial freedom from men. Sadly, the women that are not fortunate to break free from the domestic bondage are somehow paid with their lives to make a difference for themselves and their families. This is reality and sadness to the core to treat women like nobody. 

Today, I will castigate man that fall within this category. I will go further to say to the good men, never say women strength lies within their mouth. Think again. When it's your duty to protect your family from PNC political turmoil, past and present, your strength lies within your mouth as well.  

From all indications, coolie men are weak at home and weak to confront their political adversaries. Try working your bottom to get to the top. Only then you can walk in women's shoes. 

 

 

 

You seriously need to hire help to help you with your thoughts and the English language.

Prince posted:

Women Power on the Rise. Coolie Men are Powerless.

In this case, I will focus on Guyanese women that no longer depend on their male companion/husband, etc., to defend them, provide for them or give them the moral support in time of need.

Today, I will castigate man that fall within this category.

Prinzzessss trying to say something about her womanhood.

ksazma posted:

The Prince is truly one confused individual.

He would start writing how blacks are bad, realize it midway then rather than delete it, he would just retreat to a point of saying coolies bad. Maybe, just maybe he does intend to write that blacks are bad and just put in the dig on coolies thinking he will get away with it. 

Not only confused ...

... also paggalee, dotish, stuppidy etc., etc., etc..

alena06 posted:
GTAngler posted:
alena06 posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
Sheik101 posted:

Intrapreneurs eh? Nice. 

That sounds like a Haitian word.

Especially the ones invading GY to help out Massa with the votes for elections.

How many Chinese came in during Bj's stint?

Who is better for the economy/country the Haitians or the Chinese?

One name....Baishanlin. Now answer my question.

GTAngler posted:
alena06 posted:
GTAngler posted:
alena06 posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
Sheik101 posted:

Intrapreneurs eh? Nice. 

That sounds like a Haitian word.

Especially the ones invading GY to help out Massa with the votes for elections.

How many Chinese came in during Bj's stint?

Who is better for the economy/country the Haitians or the Chinese?

One name....Baishanlin. Now answer my question.

Harmon can answer that question fo you.

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Dave posted:
GTAngler posted:
alena06 posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
Sheik101 posted:

Intrapreneurs eh? Nice. 

That sounds like a Haitian word.

Especially the ones invading GY to help out Massa with the votes for elections.

How many Chinese came in during Bj's stint?

Why don’t you tell us how many Indians came?

I wasn't aware I was supposed to be keeping a tally and what does that have to do with my question? 

GTAngler posted:
Dave posted:
GTAngler posted:
alena06 posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
Sheik101 posted:

Intrapreneurs eh? Nice. 

That sounds like a Haitian word.

Especially the ones invading GY to help out Massa with the votes for elections.

How many Chinese came in during Bj's stint?

Why don’t you tell us how many Indians came?

I wasn't aware I was supposed to be keeping a tally and what does that have to do with my question? 

You express a interest in people’s ethnicity visiting Guyana.. don’t you?

GTAngler posted:
alena06 posted:
GTAngler posted:
alena06 posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
Sheik101 posted:

Intrapreneurs eh? Nice. 

That sounds like a Haitian word.

Especially the ones invading GY to help out Massa with the votes for elections.

How many Chinese came in during Bj's stint?

Who is better for the economy/country the Haitians or the Chinese?

One name....Baishanlin. Now answer my question.

The Chinese are investors.  They have skills that most Guyanese don’t have.  They are peace loving people.  They create employment.  Now tell me about the Haitians.

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Dave posted:
GTAngler posted:
Dave posted:
GTAngler posted:
alena06 posted:
Bibi Haniffa posted:
Sheik101 posted:

Intrapreneurs eh? Nice. 

That sounds like a Haitian word.

Especially the ones invading GY to help out Massa with the votes for elections.

How many Chinese came in during Bj's stint?

Why don’t you tell us how many Indians came?

I wasn't aware I was supposed to be keeping a tally and what does that have to do with my question? 

You express a interest in people’s ethnicity visiting Guyana.. don’t you?

Nah, just wanted to know how many Chinese Jags brought in. The point is, Jagdeo did it so don't complain now if Granger did/does the same thing.