While I welcome the news that the Guyana Police Force is finally seeking to bring closure to the act of political vengeance against local columnist and academic Freddie Kissoon, I can’t help but wonder what happened to some of the larger and more consequential cases of illegality that took place under the former regime? Where… Continue reading Easy Targets…
Four years ago I was elated after viewing the trailer for the then, new DC Comic TV Series, called Arrow. I guess it was because I was extremely enthused to see how CW will deliver on their franchise of the Green Arrow. Consequently, after watching the first episode I was immediately hooked and now three… Continue reading IT’S A MAN’S WORLD!
If you are like me, you would have noticed how the popular and weekly Soca parties simmered and a new concept of raves emerged. Yes, it took me by surprise and I am sure there are many others who share the same view. Now this piece is NOT about promoting or demoting raves. If you… Continue reading The Rave Wave
As the clock strikes 00:00 on January 1st 2016, many of us will usher in the new year by enacting some of our resolutions. Things we plan to change about ourselves. Sadly, this practice is often times a feeble attempt by many to be better versions of themselves, a task many never complete.
At the beginning of this year I wrote a piece titled “2015: Year of the liberal or terrorist sympathizer?” Little did I know at the time that there was some amount of redundancy in that statement. The events of 2015 and the responses they got from many Liberals have shown that one can be both… Continue reading My Conclusion of 2015 and the Question of Terrorist Sympathy
The Quandary: “Unusual” is the best word I can think of to describe the current imbroglio faced by the followers of Hinduism in Guyana. I can’t recall any recent occasion where such a rift became obvious in what most would agree is a usually peaceful and uncontroversial religion. Yet this year the debate rages on… Continue reading Ramjattan’s Diwali Quandary
October 26th will mark only four months since the US Supreme Court made its landmark ruling on marriage equality. Like millions of other Facebook users worldwide, I changed my profile picture to a rainbow coloured one to show my support for this cause. Seems innocent enough, but people living in Third World countries like Guyana… Continue reading Anachronism and the Guyanese Society. Humanists get ready?