Feb 23, 2021 Letters
The nation of one’s birth holds a special part in their heart, and when wicked men rule over that nation it can be very heart breaking to the true loyalist. Those whose navel strings were buried in the rich black soil of the land.
I do respect the fact that modern day world leaders have all rejected those that use means other than the ballot to over throw failing governments, however these leaders may have failed to put systems in place to deal with rogue governments.
Governments run by men who were elected by a percentage of people to serve all of the people, but they have become the oppressors of those who did not vote them and have manipulated established laws to ensure that they cannot be removed from office.
Some may call this clever politics, but this is what an established dictatorship is all about. Politics can only be seen as clever when good governance is implemented for all the people.
Wise leaders know that the division of a nation will always lead to the destruction of that nation and its people. Ugly criminal forces that promote genocide, money laundering, and selfish evil empires stuble becomes the pillars of the government in power; and the nation becomes one that is under power drunk men.
I know that they are those that will be very angry at me for identifying this truth , but I chose to call the spade for what it is. The true patriotic must not allow their eyes to be blinded by racial party politics, they must put flag, laws, and country first.
Small nations like the land of my birth cannot continue to play games of seesaw at every national election and expect to earn the respect of the leaders of developed nations. There must be continuous efforts to move our country forward irrespective of what the ethnicity of the President is.
Finally I wish to say thank you to those who served my homeland with integrity, those who at some time or the other built Guyana. May this great country and it’s hardworking people live in unity, and reap the fruits of their labour one day soon.
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