Old people seh wha you can see in de bright daylight don’t tek torchlight fuh go find it in de night. De whole world know Guyana got gold, diamond, timber, bauxite and now oil.
Foreign people and foreign companies come; dem wuk up de gold, dem dig out de bauxite, dem carry way de timber and now dem gun fetch way de oil.
Omai, Guyana Goldfield and Tessoro Resources been here wid de gold; BaiShanLin, Vitarna and Barama been here wid de timber; Alcan, Rusal and Bosai hustle wid de bauxite.
Dem boys seh all dem companies been here fuh donkey years, wha Guyana get? Ladoo?
Exxon, Hess, Tullow, CGX and some oddas come fuh fetch way de oil. And all de Guyanese people gun get is three loaf bread every month. Dem boys do de Maths pun de two per cent royalty and dem get US$4.80 per month.
Dem boys want Exxon to know that beggars does refuse a towel, which is US$5.00 these days.
People asking how wid all dem lawyers in de govt—Moses, Ram Jattan, Basil Williams, Joe Harmon, and Raphael Trotman—how de country can’t get a good deal wid dem foreigners.
Dem boys want to know wha dem lawyers was thinking about when dem was signing de oil contract. Were they thinking wid dem head or dem pocket?
Nobody who think wid dem head would sign such a contract, not even a drunk. Not even a saggie-wang woulda touch de pen fuh sign de contract.
Soulja Bai better wake up from that slumber he in.
Talk half and give Carl Greenidge he three loaf of bread a month. He was de Minister who get de e-mail from Exxon executive that sehe, “Man this kind of exposure wha de Waterfalls paper doing does happen after de company lef, not before.
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