Indian Racism Against Afro Guyanese In Guyana

hands.jpegFrom time to time Barbados Underground (BU) will highlight comments which we feel will further the debate in a particular topic. From our inception, we have attempted to deal with the hard issues arising from the impact of immigration on small countries like Barbados. In the process, we have had to deal with the abuse from people who have misunderstood our position, in the case of some we have no doubt it is deliberate. We did not make the decision to tackle controversial issues like immigration, homosexuality, a passive Fourth Estate, corruption in politics, obsolete government systems and others without expecting to attract criticism. We remain committed to bring these issues out of the closet so that all sides of the arguments can be exposed for public comment. It is the only way to demystify and educate the PEOPLE if we are to progress as a society.

In Barbados we have perfected the art of avoiding certain issues in the hope that they will fade away. We thank the commenter who submitted the note below.

David

This was copied from The Caribbean Impact – Jan 2008

Racism and the degeneration of Guyana
PART I
By Dr. KEAN GIBSON

I am on a one-year sabbatical from my job at The University of the West Indies, Barbados so most of my time is spent in Guyana which is my research area. I have done research on the Creole language, African-Guyanese culture (Comfa and Kwe-Kwe), but more recently I have been interested in the racism in the society and the political, social and economic consequences of a racial power structure. In the past I would spend my summer vacations and have occasional short visits to the country.

Whenever I return to Barbados it takes me a couple of days to recover from the trauma of the society. Now that I am in Guyana on a more or less continuous basis, I feel that I am living in a pressure cooker, and like many Guyanese, I just want some relief from the tensions in society. The problem in the country is inequality and the consequences of it with respect to differential distribution, rights and duties (which is what racism is about).

I was particularly concerned with a report in the Stabroek News (”Five ERC reports presented to Parliament,” October 19, 2007) where it was stated that studies conducted by the Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) show that discrimination against African-Guyanese was a ‘perception’:

“The Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) says studies on five important areas of concern in the country found no real evidence of discrimination but a perception that certain ethnic groups are discriminated against.”

A subsequent notice appeared in Stabroek News (October 28, 2007) where the ERC was inviting African-Guyanese to a forum to discuss their “perceived needs.” The use of the term “perception” implies that nothing needs to be done since discrimination is just a figment of the imagination of African-Guyanese. The discrimination must be a perception because no laws are broken. In South Africa during the apartheid era, and in the Southern United States in the pre-Martin Luther King, Jr. era, laws were passed prohibiting people from living or sitting in certain areas; and if these laws were broken, punishment could then be inflicted. Also, it is in the laws of Guyana that Guyanese cannot own lands in Amerindian areas, but Amerindians can own lands in other areas. So if members of other ethnic groups seek to purchase lands in Amerindian designated areas the discrimination would be very clear since a law would be broken.

There are no such laws with respect to Africans, East Indians and other ethnic groups in the society. Since no laws can be said to be broken with respect to jobs, land distribution and development opportunities in Guyana, the implication is that all is well in the society for racism is nothing more than a perception.

But all is not well. If the word “discrimination” is a poor choice for the experiences of African-Guyanese since racism is not legal in Guyana, then a more apt word is “victimization” where a group of people are singled out for cruel and unjust treatment. There is an informal system (racism is a formal or informal power structure) of privileges and rights operating in the society. When East Indians are accused of racism, they are quick to point out that they lived and worked among Africans and have or had close African friends.

So there is nothing that one can point at to say they are racists – so the racism in nothing more than a perception. But Africans are victims of what is in the hearts of East Indians, and as I have pointed out in The Cycle of Racial Oppression (2003) and Sacred Duty: Hinduism and violence in Guyana (2005), what is written in the Hindu sacred texts. The violent reactions by some East Indians to Cycle (there has been silence on Sacred Duty since I really got to the core of the issue in that book), is that I had the audacity to discuss the formal system of racism that informs their hearts. The racism, and thus inequality, that is promoted in the Hindu sacred texts is a valuable resource which bestows benefits, rights and duties to a group of people and thus must be maintained at all costs and by any means necessary.

One area in which Africans are victimized is in development allocations and thus depriving Africans of the means of earning a living and driving them into poverty thereby injuring their life prospects. If you cannot work, you cannot live. Since the PPP came to power in 1992 a myth was formulated that Africans do not repay loans. That myth became the justification for banks denying loans to Africans, but loans are readily made available to East Indians. The result is that Africans do not apply to banks for loans, and this is then the reason for the ERC in their report concluding that there is no discrimination against Africans in receiving bank loans since Africans do not apply.

The African Cultural Development Association (ACDA) has reported that it applied to the European Union (EU) for funds for a Drum Museum and other social needs. The money was approved by the EU but the disbursement has been stymied by the government and so ACDA has not received the money. There is another instance in which the EU gave money to a Co-op comprising of Africans to assist in developing their farming methods. No sooner was the grant made that an East Indian wrote the EU protesting about the grant and at the same time informing the Minister of Agriculture of his actions. This was done without informing the Co-op members, and only the generosity of the EU facilitated the information reaching the members of the Co-op. Then too, there has been the systematic killing of young African men. There has been no systematic killings of the other ethnic groups. Whether it is by starvation or systematic murder, the PPP has been portraying a sustained and purposeful attempt to destroy Africans. This is genocide.

Guyanese frequently tell me that they are “confused.” The confusion is not surprising for there is evidence of double standards and “double talk.” The President tells the nation that acting positions are not good in that persons needed to be confirmed in their positions to give them security of tenure and to give them the confidence to shield them from the Executive, but he creates acting positions. There are several acting positions in important arms of the state. There is an Acting Police Commissioner, Acting Judges, Acting DPP, Acting Auditor General, Acting Chief Justice and Acting Chancellor. We see images in the newspapers and on television of young men who have been tortured, but the state tells us that torture is not a part of its modus operandi and the wounds may be self-inflicted.

We see that one set of laws and behaviors that apply to a particular group, do not apply to another. Young African men and the poor in the society are summarily executed while surrendering, or killed without firing at the police, or are jailed for committing violent crimes, or committing a robbery. But the white collar crimes that are primarily connected to the narcotics trade, money laundering, trafficking in persons and weapons, and corruption are operations that are above the law, and the culprits are very often not prosecuted. In fact, in a series of articles in Stabroek News (beginning on September 16, 2007), Clive Y. Thomas explains how the state has been reconstituted to become a criminal enterprise.

Despite their criminality, he explains, the state expresses concerns about law and order in the society. However, these are concerns which apply to the ordinary citizens and not to the cabal who do not want their operations stymied. For example, the Minister of Human Services proclaimed a war on sexual violence, but no actions were taken when a Senior Minister in her government allegedly raped a young woman. Ordinary citizens are jailed for assault, but the President took no action against his Minister of Local government who assaulted a young man with a gun, knocked him down with his vehicle and then fired shots in the air. Young African men are criminalized and murdered for resisting their oppression; but as Clive Y. Thomas pointed out (”Above and beyond the law: The ruling elite in the criminal state,” = Stabroek News, September 16, 2007), the state is the same criminal gang which organizes the infamous “phantom force.” The people have all right to be confused by this double standard and double talk – it is a deliberate confusion aimed at making the people think that a moderate position will be taken, but it never happens. It is a confusion which also means that the agenda is to subordinate a group of people.

A major confusion at the moment concerns the Judiciary where the President is attempting to govern the country in contradicting the rules of the Constitution. Due to the President’s intransigence in nominating no one other than Justice Carl Singh for the post of Chancellor, the Constitutional requirement that there be agreement between the President and the Leader of the Opposition has been unfruitful. The President blamed the Constitution for the impasse and went so far as to assert:

“It was not the intention of the constitution reform commission for anything like this to happen and so we will have to find ways to set a precedent or make the necessary change to deal with this.”

There is nothing wrong with the Constitution. The framers of the Constitution knew that Guyana has a racial problem and sought to heal the divisions by making provisions for consensual decisions. The “new precedent” that the President has decided on is to step outside of the Constitution and create the posts of Acting Chief Justice and Acting Chancellor. There are no such posts in the Constitution. The problem began in 2005 with the failure of an agreement between the President and the Leader of the Opposition on who should be the new Chancellor. The President named Justice Carl Singh who is/was the Chief Justice as an Acting Chancellor. In November 2007, Justice Ramlall ruled that one person cannot hold two posts at the same time. The Constitution has set up two courts and a head of each. There is no provision for one person to hold both positions, or for one person to act for another. The government has now decided to deflect the order in another way by creating two acting appointments which are outside of the Constitution. The disobeying of the Supreme Law has been going on for some time which indicates that the President would like to rule by fiat.
Carl Singh with President Jagdeo
What the government has never told the people is whether Justice Carl Singh was in receipt of two salaries – one for Chief Justice and another for Acting Chancellor. It is also known that he advises the government which means he has to be paid. So he is like Popeye – bowling and batting. The obtaining of several salaries is not only an aspect of the white collar crime that is destroying the country, but it reinforces the point made by Clive Y. Thomas (”Above and beyond the law: The ruling elite in the criminal state,” Stabroek News, September 16, 2007) that several persons in the cabal operate in several categories simultaneously.

In Part 11, I will look at the response of the people to the violence that is being inflicted on them by the state

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194 comments

  • The Burnham Administration nationlized all the major industries and Africanised them; the only two that progressed were manned by Indians (GLC and GPC)
    Every single housing scheme (about thirteen) was primarily for Blacks – check how many mortgage loans were repaid to the banks established by this admin – apparently for the use of Blacks. And Blacks had to pay only $125.00 per month!!!
    National Service was established to “mix the races”. I guess you are proud in that no Indian stooped low enough enough to rape a Black female – on the other hand, many Indian women were raped by blacks.

    Agricola was the first village owned collectively by Blacks.It is doing well?? Excellent, I say.

    How do you blame Indians when you were released from slavery years before the Indians were still Indentured Servants? Racism? NAA

    You creatures accuse humans of racism. I say that if you go on Mars, you will holler “RACISM” – racism is your mind.

    I invite posts which I will post with the corresponding reply

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  • Hi to all, how is the whole thing, I think every one is getting more from this site, and your views are nice for new people.

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  • I just came accross this article and was very enraged at what I read – Hinduism blamed for racism against Blacks in Guyana and Indians racist against Blacks but after reading the responses I’ve had my belly full of laughter. this is new to me, when did any Indian Guyanese kill or behave racist in the name of Hinduism towards a African Guyanese? I’m dont consider myself racist at all, was not brought up to be ignorant and judgemental without knowing the facts of a situation. I dont believe that Guyanese of any race, Indians or Black or others should blame any one race for the problems – but this blame is coming from a Bhajan who only visited Guyana studied about Africans Guyanese and what this person sees is happenning to Black Guyanese. If this writer wants to write a fair and just article then they need to also study the Indian Guyanese and what happened to them during Burnham rule – you know look at both sides of the coin. This person also has to learn about pre-Independence when the British was colonising Guyana and what happened during the period when Guyana (Jagan and Burnam) was negotiating for freedom from the mother-land, Great Britain. It wasn’t Indians who made Blacks slave and converted them to Christianity by force, so why are Indians getting the blame for black Guyanese problems. It wasnt Indians who tied them up and pack them up like sardines on the boats on the journey to Guyana. India was a civilized nation well before many modern civilization. It has arich history, with magnificient places and had the first University in the world where Africans used to go and study in peace and hormony. They had medicine, Ayruvedic well before the modern science developed medicine. It was Mahatama Ghandhi who fought in South Aftica for equality, when Indians and Africans were not permitted to sit in the same train carriages with whites. Indians and Africans in guyana have lived peaceafully for many years except some of those who were the followers of the Burnham regime. There was the McKenzie riots in 1963. Learn the facts and then what you write will be respected. My fellow Guyanese Indians, Africans, Chinese, Ameriandians live together in peace and harmony and dont let outsiders – foreigners (outsiders) make you hate one another. Together we build, together we enjoy! It’s politics whichever party is in power it’s always the same.

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  • Just saw and read these contributions for the first time.I have been reading the Kaiteur News for the past year or so at the invitation of a theological student at Codrington College.That newspaper carries good information on the state of the Guyanese economy and society.It relentlessly complain of the graft and corruption of the ruling cabal .A favourite column ‘Dem Boys Say’ gives a daily rundown on the wickedness that is Guyana.I hope to the Almighty that Barbados will never come to see Indians in the ascendancy here.Just look at what they do in Guyana,Surinam and in Trinidad! I heard on the BBC recently that Mother India tops the world in people defecating in public and asked the coolie government there to urgently do something about such nastiness.The fact is that Hinduism is a cult and racism and its caste system is alive and well wherever Indians go.They have not yet mastered the use of toilet tissue!

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  • “The fact is that Hinduism is a cult”

    And so is Christianity so stop the bullshit Gabriel. This is the problem I have with you so called Christians. You all feel that other religions are inferior to Christianity.

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ Gabriel Tackle | August 10, 2012 at 2:32 PM |

    All you have said about people of East Indian descent have and could continue to be said about people of African descent.

    Aren’t black people ashamed that the same dirty Indians you rile against are the same traders from whom black people buy food and consumer goods in the same Guyana, T&T, Suriname and even in Bim.
    Why don’t the likes of you and Negroman tell your own brethren to stop depending on other races to survive. Take a leaf out of the Jamaican athletes’ books and become more self reliant.

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  • mash up and buy back

    Gabriel Tackle

    Stay your ground my brother and stand up for what you believe.

    Even David Commisiong in Barbados Today condemned the racist indo-led PPP government in Guyana.

    If you read the postings on this blog by New York based guyanese Rickford Burke you will know that the racism against afro guyanese is rampant in guyana right now.

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  • Take a leaf out of what Jamaican book?The way I see it is that the East Africans have the long distances sewn up,both the male and female squads,while the New World West Africans,male and female again, have the sprints sewn up. American,GreatBritain,France,Netherlands,Bahamian,Jamaican,Antiguan,Kittitian,Dominican,Lucian,Vincy,Bajan,Grenadian,Trini or Guyanese,they are all of West African stock and I am one proud bajan hailing strong for all of them.Not one indian among them.I repeat Hinduism is a cult that is unkind and cruel to all except those who benefit from embracing it.I know them well,I worked with them.Ask any bajan who rented their property to those working here for the world cup and hear the tales of their methods of hygiene and waste disposal.To us its shocking.

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  • On a slightly different note can anyone explain why the multiracial country of T&T has not been fielding up Indian competitors?

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  • Maybe the head of the APANJAT Movement in New York,Andrew Binda who, incidentally, is the bill collector for the COG in New York, or the head of his coolie posse, Omar George, could comment on this..

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  • ‘racism is your mind”
    if we put aside the emotion, the statement might very well have merit. WHAT IS RACISM? Racism is the feeling that another ethnic being of a different complexion does not like you/ appreciate you/ does not want to socialise with you/; and the funny thing is that none of the other ethnic beings of different complexions label us blacks as racists.Is it because they have no problem with whether we like them or not? but we on the other seem so left out/hurt if we are not embraced by them that we moan and groan for acceptance by labelling them as racists. So strange ,nuh.

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  • So strange nuh, that the other ethnicities rather than moaning and groaning about the blacks not mixing with them assuredly carries on with the important business of collectively wherever they are of building their communities and strengthenibg their final base to ensure that persons of the particular ethnic persuasion would not have to cowtow to or be a mendicant at the doorstep of another ethnic culture/race.

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  • We all have a choice with whom we wish to socialize with. If the white people don’t want me to patronize their clubs that is ok with me. if the Indian don’t want me to patronize their social activities that is ok with me. BUT I have the power to choose where I spend my money and if I chose not to spend it with those people it is my choice. The black man does not know the power he has in the Caribbean.

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  • Hi islandgal246 August 24, 2012 @ 7:58AM
    “The black man does not know the power he has in the Caribbean.”

    You have made many comments of merit on BU but the above is perhaps the most profound. We have never been able to use our power to our advantage, because we are easily divided . . . . what a pity.

    The money you have saved or earned is “yours” to dispose of as you wish, in the store or the business that you feel comfortable in supporting.

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @ islandgal246 | August 24, 2012 at 7:58 AM |
    “The black man does not know the power he has in the Caribbean.”

    The problem with black people is that they always want to be validated and accepted by other racial groups especially the white man. Black people seem to portray some inferiority complex brought about by other people’s religions causing them to behave like children wanting to be recognized by grown ups.
    Until blacks stop depending on other races to feed and clothe them they will always be materially dependent on and feel subservient to other ethnic groups who own and control the food and drink shops. Blacks are too greedy and eat and drink too much of the wrong things. It’s a crying shame that blacks still have to buy food, clothes, shoes phones, toiletries, cosmetics and even false hair from people who don’t have their socio-economic interests at heart. Only the black man’s money is of interest to these people whom it seems to the black man is made in the false image of god. The black man would only be free economically when he is free spiritually from the bondage of religious indoctrination that portrays him as not made in the image of a white Jesus and given to him to make him feel inferior and hateful of his appearance.
    The black man needs to understand and accept that “HE” is the Father of Mankind (or SHE the Mother of Womankind) and made in the image of mankind’s only God whose rays have turned his skin black because of his closeness to the Light. Then and only then would the black man become enlightened and find the self-confidence to stand up and say: “We are who we are. Take or leave it.
    We don’t shop or ‘rice’ (eat) at you

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  • Black people should buy their needs from businesses that would support and respect them. It sometimes means walking a little further but they must be prepared to make that small sacrifice.

    Where do you shop? How do they treat you? Is the service you receive comparable to others? Are you expected to wait for long periods? Be observant to what is going on about you, and how owners interact with you.

    The businesses that are owned by black people must show respect and treat their customers as they would like to be treated. Calls answered promptly. Apointments kept. A fair deal delivered for any renumeration received. “HONESTY” above all things and in time your business will grow on a sound foundation, providing you do not borrow too much or spend profits too early in the life of the business before reinvesting.

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  • millertheanunnaki

    @Yardbroom | August 24, 2012 at 9:18 AM |
    “The businesses that are owned by black people must show respect and treat their customers as they would like to be treated. Calls answered promptly. Apointments kept. A fair deal delivered for any renumeration received. “HONESTY” above all things and in time your business will grow on a sound foundation, providing you do not borrow too much or spend profits too early in the life of the business before reinvesting.”

    What you have recommended here are merely basic requirements of any business or professional undertaking that relies on the public for custom if that enterprise is to survive and be profitable.

    Black people are aware or even have been told or advised ad nauseam of these sine qua non of business enterprise and its management.
    The problem with blacks and their business acumen, or lack thereof, goes far deeper than being ignorant of basic business requirements and ethics. The problem needs to be brought to the fore and discussed openly.

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  • this is all shit i am a guyanese and the article is mostly lies and i am mix race and both race need to stop this because u r all black when u da foreign is either you black or white show some love its about time you all been showing hates for so long and u got noway for so give love a try

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  • david you are ignorant and foolish and you are the only racist against indians in guyana for 50 years indians has been beaten robbed and murdered in public view all because they want a better life the entire police force is black and prey on the defenseless indians i am tired of u blaming the gov. for blacks its ignorant indian children are shot and killed yet no human rights find it to comment on the brutality against indians but let a bandit is shot and killed all the forces rise to the call to defend him and call him freedom fighter its only one place in the world this can happen guyana god be with the indians and save them from this torture they have endured and hopefully racist like you go to hell and let civil society prevail

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  • someone should really report this kean gibson moron to the united nations she has been at this attacking indians in all public view she is the one creating genocide its all hate from this woman

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  • An indian guyanese american,running a indian resturant in south africa,mainly of indian,pakistani and bangladesi cusine.

    It is true,most indian guyanese are racist towards blacks.here in south africa where the indians own half of south africa are just as racist,i think its there genetics to hate blacks.

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  • It’s funny to see Indians and blacks fighting when they are both dark and pathetic human beings. The blacks steal and are lazy,and the Indians worship cows and wipe their asses with hands. Disgusting. Also, Guyana is a dirt poor country, who would want to live there?

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  • I don’t hate blacks,blacks are actually making me rich here with my business in south africa.
    Africans or people of african origin are black ,i don’t think they should call themselfs dark people.
    atleast they indians have there own originally religion (hinduism)and they don’t worship cows,cows are consider “say-kret” in the hindu religion.do you have your own originally religion ?…you worship a middle eastern man called jesus !….oh one more thing,when ever these black south africans taking a shit on the road side they usually use leaves,or will drag there bare ass on the ground just to get the shit off.

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  • come to Antigua. the blacks rule here and the Indians beg for bread.

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  • That region of the caribbean (barbados,antigua,st kitts ect)are still been ruled by they british.these countries have all black president BUT there system are still controled but the british.

    Also blacks of that region don’t own anything,such as a “business”.they british still own most or almost all of the wealth of those countries.

    In guyana indians own 90% of the wealth.

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  • Antigua has been independent since 1981, the british don’t own anything here. A lot of Guyanese Indians come here to beg bread

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  • why did you leave india again?

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  • I was born in guyana,(of 100% indian)spent half of my life in new york and when the resession started in 2008 in america,for some strange reason i ended up owning and running a bussiness here in south africa.

    Read the above you dumb ass!!!!

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  • i am not a dumb ass

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  • I can only speak about antigua

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  • a lot of indian women here squindle black men for money

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  • indian in Antigua are nasty and dirty

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  • when the Indians come to Antigua they nearly get an heart attack to see how poor the Indians are living in comparison to the blacks

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  • I’m mixed with Antiguan and Trinidadian(Indian) .. ….i visit Trinidad frequently and that place is just full of racist Indians.who think their shyt doesn’t stink of curry and the flesh of a rotten sacred goat. i’m amazed that indians find the gumption to talk about ANYBODY! just take a look at India every other day there is a story about some 2 headed baby, or some other poor soul with a deadly disease or disfigurement;people bathing and swimming in water while dead bodies are floating by and dogs eating the flesh off of those dead bodies. i can go on and on but why bother.
    why don’t these high and mighty indians take their butts back to their country and fix it.. better yet CLEAN IT UP!.

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  • I am a black Guyanese from upper class black Guyanese origins, whose parents left in the 60’/70’s after the rule of Burnham ended. I grew up in America. My parents had a huge home in Guyana with maids and drivers to take us to school. Surely this article is ignoring the upper class Guyanese blacks who left in droves to America, Canada, Holland, and Europe. Intermarried into my family are Amerindians, whites, and East Indians. But my immediate family is dark skinned. I have relatives of all different complexions almost white to very dark. But my family says when they lived in Guyana the Indians were under the blacks. My mom would tell me stories how some Indians would bathe their babies in the same bowl that they make soup, ewww, it appears to be a universal duttiness, lawlessness of hygiene in some Indians.

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  • Lol a black person wrote this article. Indian men didn’t circle around black women and rape them. What about the village of Wissma where blacks slaughtered and publicly raped Indian women. More Indian ppl fled from Guyana than blacks under Burnham a black dictator! Hinduism is a cult? Lol having kids out of wedlock with multiple men is what then? Please! You want to preach about west Africa?! Let’s preach about south Africa and how they decided to rescind The prestigious Tambu award to Burnham because upon discovery of his persecution of Guyanese ppl (majority Indian) and assassination of Walter Rodney (best black leader Guyana ever saw)! You don’t like Hinduism/Indian yet your ppl kill to buy our hair lol.

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  • CHRISTINA PERSAUD

    YOU RACIST ARROGANT NIGGER! WHY DON’T YOU SPEAK THE TRUE?, THAT THE IGNORANT NIGGERS ARE THE ONES THAT ARE RACIST. THE AFRO-GUYANESE AND PORTUGUESE GUYANESE KILL, THEIF, RAPE, KIDNAPPED AND DO THE MAJORITY OF THE CRIMES IN GUYANA. THEY ARE JUST LOW LIFE LAZY CRIMINALS. DON’T HATE BECAUSE I’M TELLING YOU UGLY MONKEY PIECE OF SHIT THE TRUE. AFTER SLAVERY THE WHITE MAN SHOULD OF KILLED ALL YOU USELESS WUTLESS NERGOS. ANY WHERE THEIRS NIGGERS THEY’RE PROBLEMS, CRIME AND BLOODSHED.

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  • @Christina

    Relax Indian sis!

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  • Really beneficial….look ahead to coming back.|

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  • Jagdeo is once more showing his proclivity to ferment racial strife in Guyana.The Heads of Government of Caricom should censure this vile,lowlife,race baiting,communist demagogue and deny him entry in any Caribbean Community country.He is nothing but a swine suited for a sewer

    http://www.kaiteurnewsonline.com/2016/08/01/evidence-of-discrimination-against-africans-by-the-ppp-government/

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  • Guyana will never be stable given its fertile racial environment.

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  • Guyana was a beautiful country pre Jagan/Burnham politics,with very affable,friendly and well rounded peoples making up a truly multi-ethnic society and living in a state of togetherness,sharing the good as well as the not so good times with their other Caribbean brethren.To this day,there remain among that society elements of good neighbourliness transcending ethnic boundaries as evidenced by many contributions to daily newspapers.

    http://www.kaiteurnewsonline.com/2016/08/01/jagdeo-has-transformed-ppp-into-ethnic-interest-party/

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  • Shut the fuck up and stop spewing your bullhsit propaganda.
    You know about the wismar massacre? X13 files Guyana and the mi5 involvement in Guyana? Stop fucking blaming Indo Guyanese and do some fucking research.

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  • And it wasn’t the blacks who oppressed the east indians and used them in a new form of slavery and forced their anti-african values on them causing them to hate their own people who were of dravidian descent. It is disgusting how the British programmed Indians to hate their own dark skin. The oppressed always fall into the trap of loving their oppressors. As an American it boggles my mind how the original races – don’t recognize the divide and conquer tactics, and the propaganda the whites use to oppress what should be the majority – colored people from all nations. Until the original people of the Earth return to their first love, the true and living God of the Universe and understand that they are made in the image of God; they won’t see what truly is going on, these issues will remain. Stop fawning over their trick-knowledge which is only leading to a decaying eco-system, wars, depleted ozone layer etc etc. Wake up.

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