Thousands of Guyanese to Relinquish their Foreign Visas and Citizenship in the Oil producing Nation of Guyana

(3 min read) Note: If you don’t know what Satire is then read the Disclaimer below first or proceed to Google On the sparsely populated island of Guyana with less than 750,000 people, Guyanese at home and abroad are rallying to prove their patriotic worth. The news is out, relatives of thousands of Guyanese will be returning home in the new week. Persons who haven’t … Continue reading Thousands of Guyanese to Relinquish their Foreign Visas and Citizenship in the Oil producing Nation of Guyana

CARIEXIT – A Guyanese Start to A Free And Sovereign Nation

3 min read (Hi it’s me your subconscious trying to figure why you so dotish.)   As a true Guyanese patriot, we should not allow people who live outside of Guyana to be ridiculing the sovereignty of this Great Island. People whose only interest came into being on the glorious day we found oil. For foreigners who consider themselves “Guyanese”  but who are still holders … Continue reading CARIEXIT – A Guyanese Start to A Free And Sovereign Nation

Guyana’s Tragedy: Race is the tool, Oppression the result

[5 mins read] There is no doubt that we have produced many brilliant politicians. The problem is that they have misused their intelligence. The following is an adaptation of a speech delivered decades ago by a politician who used his intelligence to serve (in so far as I am aware). After decades of hurt and suffering too many of us have still not had enough … Continue reading Guyana’s Tragedy: Race is the tool, Oppression the result

Surviving Guyana’s Political Madness

[8 mins read] Be warned, the following contains mature language and could produce volatile emotions if you suffer from blind loyalty. For some people, it’s been a fucking nightmare waking up every day in a country which seems to have gone politically mad. Many Guyanese of African and Indian ancestry spew their hate for each other daily by any means possible. Any African or Indian … Continue reading Surviving Guyana’s Political Madness

Learn from this Minister why it’s very important to ensure you put thought into what you say to the public

(Reading Time: 4 minutes) As I opened my creaky kitchen door last night, I could hear her voice blasting from our old TV. I hugged nani and moved closer to the wall-divider. I don’t usually watch the news these days but I couldn’t help it. There was a flash of her face on screen and she continued to speak about grand and petty corruption in … Continue reading Learn from this Minister why it’s very important to ensure you put thought into what you say to the public