7 minutes read – This is a good article if you’re trying to get a basic understanding of the Guyana-Venezuela border controversy over the years. The January 2020 capture of Sea Wolf and Lady Nayera and their crews by naval officers of Venezuela (Thomas n.p.) has signaled the country’s use of familiar military tactics. This is not the first time our western neighour has used … Continue reading How far will Venezuela take the border dispute with Guyana this time?
(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
[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
A couple days ago a group of young people agreed that being silent at this moment in Guyana’s history is not an option. We wrote a joint open letter to the President and Leader of the Opposition calling for them to work together. I am extremely proud of Ferlin Pedro, Diana Cruickshank, Avinand Rampersaud, Fabrice Williams, Mellissa Bacchus and Athar Khan. Their willingness to speak … Continue reading A Joint Open Letter to the President and Opposition Leader
I did not believe that the no-confidence motion would go in favour of the Opposition because I refused to entertain the idea that our political culture of party-over-country had suddenly shifted. The 33rd vote which passed the motion is not an indicator that there is any interest in placing country above partisan interests. At most, it suggests that one group is better at playing checkers. … Continue reading No-confidence motion or not, we still have to secure Guyana’s future