Live in Guyana are you crazy. I spoke to a relative a few weeks back, he complained about the water and at the time of our conversation there was no electricity.Veronica, you are blabbering too much, you need to come and live in Guyana and observe what this administration have done for ALL the people in Guyana. In fact, even where you are living there have been CRIES of discrimination and prejudices. The McDougall's report was very much skewed without any adequate evidences to generalize the status of discrimnation among these subjects that were interviewed. There was no fairness in the population that was chosen at random, and furthermore, Ms McDougall failed to do a proper reseach into the choices she made. The fact is that the investigation should have been based on samples from various demographics and not selective few. This was by all means a terrible report which was meant to be derogative. The President was right to be angry about how this was conducted. This lady, McDougall was really stupid, she lacked relevant knowledge of the real objectives of experimental research. Her report was confounded by her inability to make observations,(through ethical standards), She does not understand proper statistical analysis. Her report was totally balderdash. She needs to go back to school and be trained rigorously, before she should embark on these studies.
Everybody or everyone is discriminated, this is an ongoing problem, Not only indians and blacks in Guyana. People will always complain about discrimination, no man powers in this world can solve this problem, Blacks in Africa discriminate against their own, why make it a big issue in Guyana. The PPP/Civic are doing are great job for this country. I visit there numerous times, and there are many happy about the way things are, Ther are Blacks who complimented Jagdeo for his leadership and the way the country is doing. But in every country there are people who will complain. the reason there is opposition , we have to agree and disagree.
My dear I am famous for blabbering. I blabber because I have not forgotten the past when people did not had a voice when they were forced to suffer their indignation silently.
Sure discrimination have many faces, the problem in Guyana is, it is political. I have not said the administration is not doing a good job, they are.
There are much faultfinding in and the manner in which this report came about, is this not valid grounds to launch a contra report?
How about Indians that fear a PNC administration is this a realistic fear or is this also false in the report?