PPP/Civic keeps PM Sam Hinds as presidential running mate

Oct 18, 2011 Full story: Jamaica Observer 10

GUYANA'S ruling People's Progressive Party has decided to stay with Samuel Hinds, its prime minister of four consecutive terms, for the number two spot for the coming November 28 presidential and parliamentary elections.

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rayk

Hempstead, NY

#1 Oct 18, 2011
this is bull...time for a change.....
Balgobin

Georgetown, Guyana

#2 Oct 18, 2011
What a shame. By the time Sam leaves public office
he will be a great burden to the taxpayers in terms of pension. Imagine the sum he will get for five terms and the gratuity. Minimum wages are about 20,000 but Sam and Barrat will tell anyone that they care about poor people. Theyll say that wages have increased by hundreds of percent. Illiterates in Guyana will feel proud about it without realizing that 1000 in the old days could buy a whole lot more.
Gemma

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Oct 20, 2011
Yo Balgobin, I do not really know what is your problem, and what type of job you have, but it seems you are someone who is dissatisfied. So when you retire from your job , your retirement funds will not be paid by taxpayers. What so alarming about this. In every country this is how the system operates.Do you have any power to change that? Then go ahead.
Balgobin

Satellite Provider

#4 Oct 22, 2011
My dear sweet Gem, I suggest that you keep on sending the remittances, our poor, battered nation needs it. Its even more important now that the Norway funds will not be easily passed into the hands of the thieves. And nopw that Roger is in jail it would be kind of you to take a few kilos of cocaine everytime you leave Guyana. Its little things like this that keeps Guyana afloat. There was morality in Guyana a long time ago, we dont need it now. By the way, since Brer Rat and fellow vultures ripped of the NIS theough the CLICO fiasco I stopped paying NIS and PAYE and with my income of Guy $100,000 I am able to employ two persons with families. My grandfather was murdered in the GPHC so when my father got sick this year, I spent all my savings(700,000) at Mercy so that he could live. My advice to you is "If you can avoid it, stay far from Guyana, that is unless you have a lot of money."
Rangoli

Georgetown, Guyana

#5 Oct 24, 2011
The late President H>D.Hoyte, described Sam Hinds as a " convenient utensil for the PPP". What an apt description,:do we need to say more?
Gemma

Brooklyn, NY

#6 Oct 26, 2011
Balgobin wrote:
My dear sweet Gem, I suggest that you keep on sending the remittances, our poor, battered nation needs it. Its even more important now that the Norway funds will not be easily passed into the hands of the thieves. And nopw that Roger is in jail it would be kind of you to take a few kilos of cocaine everytime you leave Guyana. Its little things like this that keeps Guyana afloat. There was morality in Guyana a long time ago, we dont need it now. By the way, since Brer Rat and fellow vultures ripped of the NIS theough the CLICO fiasco I stopped paying NIS and PAYE and with my income of Guy $100,000 I am able to employ two persons with families. My grandfather was murdered in the GPHC so when my father got sick this year, I spent all my savings(700,000) at Mercy so that he could live. My advice to you is "If you can avoid it, stay far from Guyana, that is unless you have a lot of money."
As for those remittances you are talking about,this will only create dependency and the perception process will become confounded. People will not have initiatives anymore, like yourself who portrays total weakness and a chaotic mind. Per se, the PPP administration is corrupted and evil as postulated by many ,so what other measures can be used to create a real structure if everyone complains and do nothing? As for the cocaine you are talking about this is prevalent in New York and even a powerful state like this is unable to stop the flow. However, I really do not know if Guyana situations depend so much on cocaine for survival, the validity of your statement is yet to be assessed. I am kind of emphatic about what you went through, but I think you are a smart person who can do better, rather that sulk into that dilemma of yours.
My friend, I was born over here and my parents are Guyanese, but I am really interested in Guyana, and I believe I have to learn more about that beautiful country. As far as visiting the country on many accassions, I do not think it is that bad as most of you guys are inclined to indicate on this blog. My parents are going back to live over there and I hope they will gather some more legitimate information before making that move. Anyway, I wish you all the best and hope you play your part to create the relevant changes for the benefit of the people in that country. Time will tell.
Balgobin

Satellite Provider

#8 Oct 27, 2011
Gemma wrote:
<quoted text>
As for those remittances you are talking about,this will only create dependency and the perception process will become confounded. People will not have initiatives anymore, like yourself who portrays total weakness and a chaotic mind. Per se, the PPP administration is corrupted and evil as postulated by many ,so what other measures can be used to create a real structure if everyone complains and do nothing? As for the cocaine you are talking about this is prevalent in New York and even a powerful state like this is unable to stop the flow. However, I really do not know if Guyana situations depend so much on cocaine for survival, the validity of your statement is yet to be assessed. I am kind of emphatic about what you went through, but I think you are a smart person who can do better, rather that sulk into that dilemma of yours.
My friend, I was born over here and my parents are Guyanese, but I am really interested in Guyana, and I believe I have to learn more about that beautiful country. As far as visiting the country on many accassions, I do not think it is that bad as most of you guys are inclined to indicate on this blog. My parents are going back to live over there and I hope they will gather some more legitimate information before making that move. Anyway, I wish you all the best and hope you play your part to create the relevant changes for the benefit of the people in that country. Time will tell.
A bit of advice, if you check through the archives of Kaieteur News over recent years you will notice the prevalence of robberies committed on foreign based Guyanese when they return home, so, security should be their priority upon returning. Guyana is a war zone for the poor, for the rich, its no problem. Underemployment and poor salaries, high income and consumption taxes and a high percentage of rent paying families, these are the scourges of our society and frankly the PPPs recycling on incompetent, illiterate and herd mentality morons is a major strangle around our necks. Guyanese prosper anywhere else they go, give us a competent government and this country will fly.
nirmala sarju

South Ozone Park, NY

#9 Nov 25, 2011
jagdeo telling us to go back to guyana so that we can make lots of money.he say there are lots of jobs ,but when i went back to guyana i was forced to give blow jobs. that was the only job .jagdeo fooled us. he get no wife and kids. jagdeo mek me suck some wood i never see in my life.then jagdeo tell me fuh suck kwame. kwame rip open my holes too .
vik pooran family

South Ozone Park, NY

#10 Nov 25, 2011
my uncle vik pooran is a nasty old man who thief ppl property.he robbing ppl and defending criminals. he give money to pnc for protection. his wife sister died and he helping them thief ppl house and land in charlestown .
vik pooran family

South Ozone Park, NY

#11 Nov 25, 2011
Balgobin wrote:
<quoted text>
A bit of advice, if you check through the archives of Kaieteur News over recent years you will notice the prevalence of robberies committed on foreign based Guyanese when they return home, so, security should be their priority upon returning. Guyana is a war zone for the poor, for the rich, its no problem. Underemployment and poor salaries, high income and consumption taxes and a high percentage of rent paying families, these are the scourges of our society and frankly the PPPs recycling on incompetent, illiterate and herd mentality morons is a major strangle around our necks. Guyanese prosper anywhere else they go, give us a competent government and this country will fly.
balgobin you are smart .i like you, come fcuk me by liberty and 125 street.i rent a room to do prostitution .ill give you free pussey

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