About a year ago, Trinidad’s PM, Mr. Keith Rowley, said “he’s a proud Black man,” he said “I am not African because I was born in Africa, I’m African because Africa was born in me” well, this begs the next question, are Indian elected leaders proud to be Indian, the answer to that is no, no, no, in fact it’s an insult of the highest order. If you want any Indian leader to get diarrhea, ask him/her to say “I am a proud Indian” in front of a mixed/black audience, they’ll start to get nervous or even have a heart attack.
Just two months ago, President Ali sent out his emancipation message…in which he used the term “brothers and sisters” four times (he’s one of them), however in May when he sent out his Indian arrival day message he didn’t use that term, (brother and sisters) not even one. (Indians are not his brothers and sisters) It’s right there, just Google it. When Jagdeo was President he did the same thing….address Blacks as “We” and then addressed Indians as “you”.
Former President Donald Ramoutar, when he was the PPP chairman, told a gathering to pull out the hair of Ravi Dev. Mr. Dev was running on an Indian platform which posed a threat to the PPP. Curiously, he did not ask the crowd to pull out the hair of former Dictator Hoyte, who is black, after all the PPP claim to be multiracial so Hoyte should also pose a threat to the PPP….Hmmm.
In 1998, Joey Jagan, son of Cheddi, and a PPP Parliamentarian grabbed the microphone and told an Indian crowd at Port Mourant race track that “if he catches any Indian who retaliates against Blacks for the Georgetown riots will have to answer to him”. Guyana was in the midst of another anti Indian riot but he sent no warning to Africans, I wonder why.
During the vicious anti Indian riots after the 1997 elections the PPP’s Chronicle, Guyana largest newspaper repeatedly mentioned that “certain people” were beaten they were too ashamed to say the “Indian word”…in 2020 after the PPP regain Office, Minister of Education, Parang said” that “majority of scholarships awarded by the previous Gov’t went to “one race”. She is afraid to use the “African” world.
During the 1992 election the PPP ran full page ads boasting that 95% of all public housing built by them went to Africans…..yet the PPP claim they don’t see race, apparently they do.
Linden, named after that anti Indian hater Burnham, gets subsidies no other villages or towns deserve, almost free water, electricity and other services….Why you asked ??????. Well Linden is 95% Blacks, so you know Indian politicians will give them special treatment. This is their way of using taxpayer dollars to prove they’re not racists and to curry favor with Afros, the last election showed Indian politicians got little votes…..but hey they keep on trying.
In January 1998, just a few months after the vicious anti Indian riots the PPP announced a multi billion dollar program for “afro guyanese empowerment.” The Guyana Embassy in D.C made this announcement to American lawmakers. Even more disturbing, they gave a 43% pay raise to the demonstrators and rioters, (while previously claiming the Gov’t could afford a 3% raise). They then instituted a VAT on all Guyanese to pay for it. They empowered their enemies and destroyed their supporters…an Indian politician specialty.
The first election that was rigged in Guyana was carried out by the PPP, Cheddi Jagan wanted a Black to win the PPP’s chairmanship so he can gain the approval of Blacks…..Balram Singh Rai was Indian, therefore Jagan had no use for him. In Trinidad, Panday wanted a Black, Carlos John to be his running mate to show Afros he’s multiracial. The need to gain Black approval is intense among Indian leaders.
In 1992, when Jagan visited New York, a fundraising event was held for him at Tandoor Restaurant, Jagan was nervous and repeatedly asked “where are the Afro, where are the Afros, where are the Afros” he later demanded a trip to Brooklyn to meet with Afro Guyanese. After returning to Guyana…a photo was published in the paper showing Cheddi smiling with Afro Guyanese(none with Indians), much to the astonishment of Indians who donated money and organized the fundraiser. Jagan wanted to ally with Blacks for the upcoming elections. Bharat Jagdeo attempted to replicate Jagan asskissing, but got booed each time he went to Brooklyn.
Balram Rai who stood up for Indians never got his Gov’t pension for his services yet not only are Black thugs and murders getting Pensions, some are getting enhanced Pension, some of these thugs were accused of murder, rapes vicious attacks on Indian families for four decades. Rai is Indian so no Indian politicians will stand up for him…they’ll look bad in front of their Black “friends”.
ROAR and GIHA started out as Indian activists platforms….but somehow caught the “fatal Indian appeasement disease”….they spoke out on Ronald Gajraj’s involvement in “death squad” and even demanded he be barred from Parliament. Yet, they did not demand that Hoyte should be banned from Parliament for death squads and mo fyah, slow fyah pogrom against the Indian population. Later, Ravi Dev took the stage with the anti Indian thugs from Buxton at Cuffy’s square……as ROAR began losing Indian supporters, it claimed that the PPP was discriminating against Blacks, much to the chagrin of its financial backers and down the toilet they went. When Hoyte passed away, ROAR sent condolences to this criminal’s family. (I sent letters to various newspapers expressing my condolences to his victim’s families for justice they were denied). The need for Black approval via appeasement destroyed another Indian organization.
Last week President Ali was at the UN demanding “reparation for slavery”…yet he didn’t said/did anything for Indian reparations after 28 years of terror and robbery perpetrated by the PNC. Ali had hoped when he returned to Guyana the Afro crowd would pat him on the back “good job…great speech, man, you’re one of us” He got none, in fact he was ridiculed for his schoolboy grammar by Afros. Indian leaders derive their satisfaction from Afro accolades….but they never get their votes. How ironic.
As I have written so many times, Indian leaders and intellectuals are appeasers, looking for Afro approvals, as such, they have to deny their Indianess to gain that perceive support, which never comes, the results of this never ending quest is discrimination against Indians on a vast scale. The Indian diaspora is substantial in about five countries, yet in all five, they’re in trouble, unless Indians stop supporting these asskissers, the problem will never get solved, and time is running out.