Greed is a thing that can kill people. In Guyana dem does call it laang guts. Greedy people eat, dem belly full but dem eye nah full. Dem does eat. Tek Kwame. He got one li’l boy. He nah satisfy suh he gone after more till he end up wid Julius and he US visa get tek way.
If he did stay wid Chris alone he woulda get fuh go to de States wid he. He wouldn’t have had to sit down in Guyana and cry. Is de same thing happening wid Bobby. He didn’t satisfy wid de money from de wuk wha he know, he join wid de man who resemble de devil, fuh tek half of Guyana and to be the conglomerate of de region.
What that mean in simple terms is to have one company that got control over everything. That is greed. He already get a drug company cheap; he get all de drug contract fuh many, many years and collect billions pun billions pun billions.
Now he, de man who resemble de devil and all of dem family want to keep de billions fuh demself. Dem got people wukking fuh dem and can’t get pay. De workers got to put rice and salt pun dem table fuh dem pickney.
Dem done know that dem can’t put sugar because Jagdeo destroy de sugar industry. And con de cane cutters. At one stage Bobby was thinking to tek over GuySuCo. That was one of de plan mek Jagdeo seh he spend so much money to modernize Skeldon factory.
When de Chinee people kok dem wid de factory Bobby abandon de plan fuh tek over Skeldon. Dem boys seh that de old factory use to tek 8 ton cane fuh mek one ton sugar. De new factory ah tek 20 ton cane fuh mek de same one ton of sugar. De factory greedy just like Bobby and de man who resemble de devil.
What that devil has done to Guyana has become very stressful to the whole country. Dem boys got a solution. Dem seh that people must handle every stressful situation like a dog.
If you can’t eat it or play with it, just piss on it and walk away.
Talk half and hope that de Creatah spare dem.
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