Come May 11 when you step into that booth at your respective polling station your vote is just between you and the Supreme Being – no one will know which Party or parties you voted for. So just for the sake of clarity, I took the opportunity to scramble together a list of things you… Continue reading Voting – Things you should know
That is who he is. He is a vile, chauvinistic swine who has run his office in a vile, chauvinistic manner, much like the way he lives his life – with little respect for people, and even less for women.
U.S. President Barack Obama’s historic visit to Jamaica was tall on media presence, but what really took the stage was his daring pro-LGBT stand in the Caribbean’s most LGBT intolerant country. Obama minced no words as he spoke directly to the 2009 case of Angeline Jackson in Jamaica. “Several years ago when Angeline was 19,… Continue reading Obama’s pro-LGBT stand in Jamaica
By Dr. Sumelia Doraisami I accept his apology. That is who he is. He is a vile, chauvinistic swine who has run his office in a vile, chauvinistic manner, much like the way he lives his life – with little respect for people, and even less for women. This is what happens when you put… Continue reading Eyes Wide Open…
There is a startling number of Guyanese who refuse to acknowledge an important aspect of our culture which is our politics. The refusal to identify with Guyanese politics has contributed significantly to the decay of the political landscape of Guyana. In my opinion, many Guyanese avoid politics and political conversations in an attempt to pacify
In 2005, the citizens of Guyana saw the realization of what had passively been thought of as mere rhetoric. The month of January experienced seven times the average amount of rainfall seen for that period in the past 100 years. This phenomenon resulted in the country’s worst natural disaster, consuming 60% of Gross Domestic Product.… Continue reading Guyana: Paradise in Peril
By Dr. Sumelia Doraisami “We’re not”, they say. “This is the 21st century”, they say. I say: Oppression is being gunned down while exercising the basic human right of freedom of speech; being riddled in a shower of bullets at the entrance of your home because you dared to question what others comfortably accepted. Oppression… Continue reading Oppressed Guyanese?