Why is it that Indians do not have the assumption privilege to be angry as their fellow African Guyanese? Why is it that African Guyanese can vent their frustrations by rioting and beating Indians violently on the streets of Guyana without any legal consequences or retaliation from Indians?
Why is it that before and after elections-win or lose-the Africans in Guyana have the privilege to burn Indians houses down, destroy Indian properties, businesses and even kill as the normal accepted behavior in Guyana with police / soldiers standing watch doing nothing?
Is African violent behavior against Indians choreographed by design by their African leaders to inflict pain and fear upon Indians in Guyana to keep Indians politically weak? Is there a MASTER PLAN to have the Indians driven out of Guyana as in the 1970s under Burnham to keep the Indians numerically disadvantaged come election time?
Are Indians by design an inferior race in Guyana and they must accept the will of the African Man / Black Man’s way of life and their violent behaviors? The answer to most of the questions above in my opinion as to the violent behavior of Africans in Guyana and the Indians non combative response to the Black Man is because it is by design from their respective leadership and activists.
The PPP party, its leadership and the Indian activists have not developed the Indian mind as to how to respond to atrocities against them by Africans in Guyana. The African leadership and activists have developed the African minds to THINK that they are the true bearers and owners of Guyana. The PNC – African leaders have demonstrated to the African man the Armed Forces of Guyana is made to the benefit of the African race as seen played out many times in Guyana where police and soldiers will stand by allow Africans to commit CRIMINAL ACTS against Indians as
in recent Berbice violent protest of the alleged killing of two blacks by Indians.
In the history of post independent Guyana ethnic rivalry for political power was met with violent behavior by Blacks while Indians by design were asked by their Socialists leaders to stand down leaving Africans unopposed.
By not addressing African violent behavior for over 50 years Indians are constantly developing anger and frustrations that sometimes can cause the frustrations to come out in very negative ways.
To illustrate the Indian anger is to understand bullying in school:a little boy is being bullied in schools time after time to no avail…the boy is kicked, slapped by this big kid and the anger of the little boy is building up and building and then the big boy take away his food out of his lunch box and the little boy for the first time responded violently against the big boy. This retaliation causes lots of confusion with parents and teachers. The point I am making is that Indians do respond in an equally violent manner.
Indians are becoming tired of being pushed around and there will come a time when they will have to talk a stand. This can become similar to the Godra massacre in Gujarat, India where there Hindus have grown tired of being pushed around by Muslims.
I wrote this article in response to the murder of Joel and Isaiah Henry in Region 5, August 9, 2020 in Berbice, Guyana. I also support what I think that Mr. Roshan Khan [ERC] said that “Indians must defend themselves and their communities.” This is what I called developing the Indian mind to match the aggression of the Afro Guyanese. It is only when Indo and Afro Guyanese have equal access to the arms forces the violence will come to a halt. Peace and friendship is never between a lion and a sheep but only between and lion and a lion.