On January 7, 2021 in Trinidad CNC3 TV unwittingly aired the battle of Negritude – VS – Hindology. This “battle” took place between a Jamaican host Ms. Natalee Legore and a Trinidad cohost Akash Samaroo on the subject of elections in the USA following the storming of Capitol Hill, Washington by disgruntled Republicans previous day. Before I get to the kuchoor on the CNC3 Morning Brew I want to state that NO Trinidadian and by extension the Caribbean people can question the integrity of President Donald Trump and his stand on electoral fraud in the November 3, 2020 elections in America.
Trinidad’s Electoral Boundary Commission (EBC) and Guyana’s GECOM that supervise elections are both corrupted and Black dominated and therefore do not have any moral grounds to criticize President Donald Trump. Not one of them had much or anything to say when the Guyana Granger government did not want to concede elections for months in Guyana and wanted to count votes without international observers and locked them out of the room. Similarly, Trump and Republicans have a right to contest elections when there are allegations of voter fraud and of Republicans being locked out of the process in Democrat run states. It is also a constitutional right to legally challenge the results if there is necessity to do so. In America, each state sets the laws for elections, NOT the President.
In Trinidad and Guyana and Natalee Legore’s country of Jamaica the Central Government appoints the Electoral Board to conduct elections and most of the time it’s not free and fair when the ruling black dominated party sets all the rules. Trinidad and Guyana is known for corrupted elections. However, while I might disagree with her, I must submit that Ms. Natalee Legore is right to push her Negritude agenda on CNC3 Morning Brew that Donald Trump [USA] and Kamla Persad Bissessar cast dubious behavior on their respective country’s recent elections. This is how the opposition in these countries view the election and that is her stance and the general view of the respective opposition parties be it the Democrats or the PNM, PNC of black dominated parties in the Caribbean.
In the end, Akash Samaroo appeased and conceded the argument to Ms Legore by saying Trump is worried of getting evicted from the White House backed up by some other weak objections. Then Mr. Phillip Alexander has called for a boycott of Ansa McCAL which owns the TV station. While Alexander may have had good intentions, this make no sense because Mr. Avinash Samaroo failed to give the right response to Ms Legore. Asking Ms Legore to back down from her ideology or give up her position because Mr. Avinash failed to debate her properly is not the answer.
Free speech must be allowed; however, if Indians want to prove their point they must know how to debate and they must have the right answers and know how to bring across these answers. Mr Samaroo failed because he did not have the right answers. He did not know how to stand up against such an argument she was putting across because time and again I have expressed that our leaders have failed Indian people intellectually by not training them to think and defend themselves. Mr. Samaroo was answering questions blindly. He was hesitant; his body revealed how uncomfortable he was. Akash Samaroo’s response was the epitome of the weak Indian response to black domination. He clearly had no idea of how to relate what was happening in Trinidad to the U.S.A. Perhaps he had no idea of US Politics or how it is related to our situation as Indo-Caribbean people. How can he when no one had taught him!
If he Akash Samaroo had an answer he was clearly biting his tongue uncomfortably as he bent his head and visually lowered his eyes, a metaphor for exactly where Indians are at politically, subdued. The Indian has no answer because the Indian had no ideology to work with and respond from; the Indian needed Hindology to defend himself which his leaders never equipped him with.
The right response including what I wrote above about the United States, is that President Trump was not vague in casting doubt on the elections in the USA 2020. President Trump made it abundantly clear that the election was rigged and stolen. States like Pennsylvania extended the elections by days while the elections were on which is illegal by their own State Laws. The Republicans declared they had a lot of evidence which they wanted to present to a court which kept throwing out their cases. Republican observers complained of being left out while the voting count was ongoing. Dead people and people without ID are said to have voted. There is enough to reasoning to cast doubt on US elections. But, there is always a first for everything and the US just had its first Caribbean, Third World and Guyanese election and everybody is still complaining there is no diversity in America but look how well they have accepted our voting culture!
In Trinidad given the history of The EBC packed with PNM supporters, family and the gerrymandering of election boundaries the opposition leader Ms Kamla Persad Bissessar asked for outside observers for the August 2020 elections and this request was denied by the PNM leader Prime Minister Keith. The PNM held an election during the pandemic and then used that as a reason to keep out observers. Well executed! It was Prime Minister Rowley that cast doubt on Trinidad elections for not allowing transparency by denying outside observers.
What has taken place on CNC3 Morning show is that Ms. Natalee Legore knows how to use the media to proliferate her Negritude ambitions but Mr. Akash Samaroo fell short to push and spread his Hindology and give her an appropriate response. Hindology tells us Indians how to think politically which can serve Indian interests just as as Negrititude serves the black community. As for leaders spreading narratives that lead to protests and violence, the negritude, Black Lives Matter and the Democrats and their radical socialist leftists call on their supporters before the elections shutting down cities, burning federal buildings and even killing police officers for months during 2020. All that was called democracy but the incident on Capitol Hill with so-called Trump supporters is the death of democracy. Everybody’s narrative is convenient for them.
We must have freedom of speech, protest etc but when the narrative is one-sided the suppressed majority should not be expected to keep quiet either. In Trinidad its ok for the Negritude movement and leaders to encourage protests violently and say things like ‘this is PNM country’ and ‘the country is not ready for an Indian Prime Minister.’ In Guyana the Negritude movement does not recognize Indians as citizens or believe that Indians have any right to the country’s resources.
The questions Akash Samaroo should ask Ms. Natalee Legore is what if Kamla Persad Bissessar had won the August elections 2020 and P.M. Rowley cast doubt would her people keep quiet as the UNC Indians has done, or protests and loot groceries and businesses? After the Guyana election there was still violent protest by the PNC supporters and dubious murders being blamed on Indians as had happened before to spark nationwide violence.
Note – Donald Trump did not violate any laws and his stay in the White House until January
20th 2021 is perfectly legal. In the battle on Negritude – VS – Hinduology on CNC3 Morning Brew Ms. Natalee Legore won because Indians don’t have Hindology. Please read Hindology by Rennie Ramracha see link here Hindology-Hindu Ideology – Indo Caribbean Diaspora News (icdn.today)
CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS DID NOT ” DISCOVER” TRINIDAD FOR BLACK / AFRICAN PEOPLE .