History of British Guiana  (Guyana) – The Booker Prize’s Bad History -By Natalie Hopkinson

History of British Guiana  (Guyana) – The Booker Prize’s Bad History

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  • Evert Schouten  On 09/22/2019 at 6:25 am

    I have worked in Guyana for 4 years as senior chemist and assistant factory manager.
    As an experience of which i learned a lot and came to love the Guyanese people. Worked at Blairmont estate

    • Trevor  On 09/22/2019 at 12:47 pm

      You got Dutch sounding last name.

      I thought the British took British Guiana from the Dutch in 1814?

      And by the way, lots of British Guiana contractors and their children & grandchildren of half-white, and mostly half-Indo ancestry are currently coming to Guyana in droves to retire and tek eye pass on the locals.

      Someone should tell those boujees that this is Guyana, and not British Guiana. The colonial state of mind still exists in these half-white children of British Guianese contractors.

      If you’re planning to retire in Guyana because of the oil prospects, remember to respect us as human beings unlike the other contractors who look down on us.

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