Guyana: On 16 April 2021, a (Georgetown) Guyana resident -Aubrey C. Norton wrote a post regarding the Head of the State, which demands everybody’s attention.
Aubrey C. Norton’s post:
I note that the installed President uses reckless, horrible, and divisive words to describe the statement I made on the PPP racist policies and actions. I honestly hope he knows the meaning of those words, and he is not misusing them due to a deficient non-existent university at Uitvlugt where he purports to obtain the first degree.
The facts are told; you and your Party’s actions are reckless, horrible, and divisive since the truth cannot be described. I reaffirm that the truth is that the PPP is involved in ethnic discrimination against Afro Guyanese and political discrimination against Indo, Indigenous and other Guyanese who you perceive to be supporters of the APNUAFC.
The installed President calls for a factual analysis of the situation. Here are some of the facts.
In bringing charges against Trevor Benn and Colvin Heath London, you demanded that the two Afro Guyanese businessmen, viz Maurice Archer and Wilfred Bransford return the land or face legal action. In bringing charges against James Bond and George Norton, you did not ask the Indo Guyanese beneficiaries to return property or face legal actions. No mention is made of them. It seems ok for Indo Guyanese to benefit from alleged corruption, but Afro Guyanese are to be both persecuted and prosecuted. I await your response.
The above is apparent racism. I reaffirm my position that the policy seems to push Afro Guyanese into poverty and maintain the large majority in poverty while bribing and giving generously to those in cooperation with your scheme of domination and racism. All Guyanese are entitled to a good life.
Could the installed President explain why only Afro Guyanese were removed from the leadership of the Guyana Police-Force, while at the same time promoting and reinstating Indo Guyanese policeman who has been cited for illegalities and were under investigation? Could you also explain why Afro Guyanese police officers are charged for fraud while similar cases against Indo Guyanese police officers are not prosecuted?
Mind you, if a crime is committed, it should be prosecuted. I am all for law and order. But please, charge all, not a selected few. It smacks of racism.
Could the installed President tell us why the Board of Guardians in predominantly Afro Guyanese Region Ten has no African Guyanese? It is the Luncheonian approach that falsely claimed that they were no qualified Afro Guyanese to be Ambassadors. PPP back to its old evil ways.
Could the Uitvlugt graduate tell us why a preponderance of Afro Guyanese got pink slips and no Covid Relief while Indo Guyanese and PPP members and supporters got their Covid Relief? Could you also explain why every person in a particular street in Industry got Covid Relief and the only Afro Guyanese in the Street did not get it? It is easily explained. You use different strokes for different folks. When it is Afro Guyanese, you have to prove you own the property.
When it is Indo Guyanese and PPP supporters, you produce your National Identification Card, and the household gets the relief. That is why you stop speaking about Covid Relief to families. It is now just Covid Relief. I will deal with the corruption in Covid Relief distribution in a subsequent article.
Mr installed President, and the above is the truth. It is reckless, it is horrible and divisive, and it is you and your party’s policies and actions that are responsible—another inconvenient truth but valid nevertheless.
We Guyanese want a United Guyana in which all of us benefit and are treated equally to all develop as a Nation.
Unfortunately, your policies and actions continue to create two Guyanese. Even Stevie Wonder can see the racism while we who live in Guyana experience it. Time for a new approach, or I will continue to call out the racism.
If you want more facts, ask, and it will be given since I haven’t discussed your regime firing of more than one thousand Afro Guyanese and large numbers of perceived APNUAFC Indo and Indigenous supporters who were Public Servants.