Here’s a sneak peak of my inbox and the subject of my next blog. I have three theories as it relates to the source of such political terrorism. What’s your take? Have you or anyone you know received this or a similar message? Leave a comment or inbox me on Facebook.
Sara Bharrat is a Democracy & Governance professional and communication consultant. She has over ten years of experience in media and communication and over 7 years of civil society service. Sara has served as the Vice President of Transparency Institute of Guyana Inc. (Transparency International), supported the initial set-up of the Electoral Reform Group and has been recognized for her writings on race, identity and politics in Guyana. Currently, she is reading for her Master’s in Electoral Policy and Administration (MEPA) and is committed to learning about electoral reform processes and frameworks. View all posts by Sara Bharrat
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This is Political Terrorism of the “GET A LIFE” kind. I could only pretend to know how one should react, in your position, as I am not as active and public as you are.
On two levels:
1) It makes no sense to harm someone, who would appear to be on their side, speaking out on racial fears being stirred up in the Indo Guyanese community.
2) Sending death threats with a personal or organization identity is analagous to robbing a bank without a mask.
Your reality is that you will have to learn to live to with these. After taking two breaths and reminding myself to Stay Calm Don’t Panic I would save this in the folder reserved for Social Media spam.