protest march in Guyana today - 8am @ square of the revolution

There are 11 comments on the Propaganda press story from Dec 6, 2011, titled protest march in Guyana today - 8am @ square of the revolution. In it, Propaganda press reports that:

During the General Elections we have been saying that there should be no place for Donald - that message was joyfully received by the nation on private TV stations, read in private newspapers and social networks in Guyana and around the world.

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fudgee

Toronto, Canada

#1 Dec 6, 2011
Burn baby burn
sapodilla man

London, UK

#2 Dec 6, 2011
The people have spoken and based on the sacred constitution of Guyana, Donald Rabindranauth Ramotar was ELECTED the President of the Cooperative of Guyana. So APNU/PNC and their followers could put it in their pipes and smoke it. It was an election free and fair and free from fear.Read the reports of ALL the international and local observers. Why cannot they accept that they have lost the presidency and let the country move on in peace? No, they cannot because they feel that they have a god given right to ruin the country and they are so hungry for POWER that they will stop at nothing to achieve their ambition.God help Guyana.
sapodilla man

London, UK

#3 Dec 6, 2011
fudgee wrote:
Burn baby burn
A subtle way of encouraging anarchy fudgee.
fudgee

Toronto, Canada

#4 Dec 6, 2011
Guyana's money is being taken by the previous government as their piggy bank. 2 billion in foreign accounts. What will change. Corruption will always be there and fyi I don't support the other parties either. My opinion find new fresh faces who's not in for the money and corruption will be gone. My opinion has never been wrong you are entitled to yours but it will be wrong.
fudgee

Toronto, Canada

#5 Dec 6, 2011
sapodilla man wrote:
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A subtle way of encouraging anarchy fudgee.
no problem n e thing I can do to help.
sapodilla man

London, UK

#6 Dec 7, 2011
fudgee wrote:
Guyana's money is being taken by the previous government as their piggy bank. 2 billion in foreign accounts. What will change. Corruption will always be there and fyi I don't support the other parties either. My opinion find new fresh faces who's not in for the money and corruption will be gone. My opinion has never been wrong you are entitled to yours but it will be wrong.
How selfish and self centred you are.''My opinion has never been wrong you are entitled to yours but it will be wrong''. Your words. How can you tell that my opinion ''will be wrong''if I am entitled to mine? What about yours? Everyone else must believe yours? What a pity!
fudgee

Toronto, Canada

#7 Dec 7, 2011
sapodilla man wrote:
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How selfish and self centred you are.''My opinion has never been wrong you are entitled to yours but it will be wrong''. Your words. How can you tell that my opinion ''will be wrong''if I am entitled to mine? What about yours? Everyone else must believe yours? What a pity!
Am sorry I should have made it a little clearer....If I need your opinion I'll tell what it should be and how u should word it. Glad we understand each other
Jakey

Georgetown, Guyana

#8 Dec 14, 2011
This protest march is just a waste of people time but is the idle ones who have nothing to do are making the lives of others guyanese and school children lives uncomfortable with these silly marches.
sapodilla man

Liverpool, UK

#9 Dec 14, 2011
fudgee wrote:
<quoted text>Am sorry I should have made it a little clearer....If I need your opinion I'll tell what it should be and how u should word it. Glad we understand each other
PUNK!!!
Jakey

Georgetown, Guyana

#10 Dec 15, 2011
Now that GECOOM has release the SOPs back into the hands of the parties do you see the PNC/APNU calling for marches these people have seen for themselves that they lost the elections.
sapodilla man

Liverpool, UK

#11 Dec 15, 2011
Jakey wrote:
Now that GECOOM has release the SOPs back into the hands of the parties do you see the PNC/APNU calling for marches these people have seen for themselves that they lost the elections.
They ruined the country once, used forced labour at the Kabaka estate on the ECD and called it National service, starved the Nation into submission, used the GPF/GDF and demanded that they pledge loyalty, not to the state but to the party (party paramountcy),tasted power for almost three decade. Like dog accustomed to ''suck egg'', they want to carry on sucking the egg. They already know the taste. NO. Not satisfied with the results of the election. They were marching since the YSM days with arms then even when they were in office. Oh, how they love to march. BE WARNED!!!! This time na lang time

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