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|When will the Linden blockade end?|
|Tuesday, 07 August 2012 21:31|
IT truly is amazing what’s taking place at Linden. There is no one to guide these poor people from their own destruction, and all for the sake of making certain political leaders look good on the ground, and look as though they are actually fighting for the rights of these folk who are caught up in a power struggle between the APNU and the AFC, who together are seeking even the tiniest of cracks to seep their continuous flow of poison into the minds of their constituents, who are being used as
guinea pigs, against the Ramotar government.
The leaders of these parties have no idea what they are actually doing to this community of over 60,000.When will it all end? When the hungry become angrier and more disillusioned? I am almost scared to predict the inevitable outcome, for as long as this masquerade continues, so then shall the inevitable be more pronounced.
I am ashamed and disappointed at David Granger for not thinking things through, especially knowing that he was, and still is a brilliant military leader, who appears to be acting more on impulse than intelligence, and so these folks at Linden are not hesitating to answer his call, whatever the call is about, because I am completely confused, as to reasons for the protest ,which has now completely lost its aim.
The game plans change from day to day, and the leaders continue to shift the goal post to suit them, for both political and personal mileage. So, who’s leading who?
And Linden is now blacklisted as a haven for thugs, being used by the opposition parties as personal advocates of destruction, while the majority of Lindeners are being punished by their own leaders. There is no food, fuel is scarce, no money available at the banks, schools will reopen shortly, law-abiding workers wanting to return to work and normalcy are being threatened and are scared to death, and all these atrocities go on and on.What a sad affair for Linden!.
I am in no way worried about the AFC’s Ramjattan and Moses Nagamootoo, because they are just pawns, seeking lots of attention through the only avenue possible -APNU of course; and Granger is providing them with the tools they need to jump off the cliff, after he’s through with them. That’s how stupid, not naive, they both are.
These leaders have a lot to answer for; and history will not allow them to forget the many ill-concieved things they are doing; and to their own people, the economy, and the country as a whole, - a picture that apparently none of these so-called leaders can see. But get this, their own people won’t forget this day; and when this is all laid to rest, as it will, the consequences will be dire.
There are many educated people behind this scenario, with one aim: fostering their own political agenda.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 August 2012 20:39|
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