Who got luck, eat pork. Dat is a Guyanese saying. If some of de people who rule dis country did live in any odda country, dem woulda either deh in jail or dem woulda face de firing squad.
De president of Pakistan actually get a death sentence. Is de goodness of de Man above mek a court rule dat he mustn’t get killed.
All over de world, corrupt leaders getting arrested. Dem boys remember when Marcos and he wife Emelda, had to face de jail. Dem boys remember how Emelda had more bags and shoes than even de queen of England.
De leaders of Malaysia deh facing de court fuh corruption. Right next door, in Brazil, Lula been to jail. Then some part of de law mek he get release till all de appeals and everything done. He popular but de court got him fuh corruption.
Imagine some people end up wid mansions while dem in power. Dem come out. If was any country dem woulda deh trying to eat dry bread and water because de people woulda jail dem. Then dem woulda convert dem same mansions to museums or tourist attractions.
And Guyana suh stupid dat de same people coming back to try to either get back in power or stay in power. Is like if de money dat dem got not enough.
Dem African leaders who believe in thiefing almost everything and leffing dem people hungry got some things dem can’t even live in and cars dem can’t even drive. Dem boys remember when dem hold one wid a dozen watches.
Dem watches worth so much dat de politician son who own dem tell de people to sell de watches and pay any expense dat he tour party would incur. Guyana is not far from dem leaders. Soulja Bai is not a crook but he got some crooks who does sit down next to him.
Dem boys ain’t talking bout nobody else because is election time and any wrong talk gon look like campaigning. But dat don’t mean dat dem boys wouldn’t look and talk bout all who thiefing.
Talk half and now is de time to halt corruption.
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