• Dennis Albert  On 07/09/2022 at 9:22 pm

    The current mantra is “drill, baby drill”.

    As long as there are Greater Fools willing to pay US$500,000 for an acre land in Providence, the current status quo remains the same: The PPP and His Holiness Bharrat Jagdeo will use the oil monies to beat rising sea levels, climate change and flooding.

    The best lands to live in are the lands that the Venes want.

  • Leonard King  On 07/10/2022 at 3:23 am

    How can I find the article on Slave Women braiding RICE into their hair when coming to the New World?

  • Joan  On 07/10/2022 at 10:50 pm

    This is not new to anyone except the Government it seems, or why would they allow the construction of hotels and malls right behind the sea walls. Some years ago the Dutch went to discuss the way to counter the expected flooding but the Government of the day felt that it was too costly. Well of course it will be costly but better than having floods every year and repairing constantly. however lets wait and see when 2030 comes around and Georgetown is supposed to be one of the seven cities in the world that will be underwater by then!

    • Age  On 07/12/2022 at 10:41 pm

      There is a bit of tension between the Diaspora and local Guyanese. They are accusing us of trying to take the piece of the teeny pie of oil revenues.
      I will laugh when those same haters get flood up that they run like refugees to Toronto and NYC. Many of us are struggling bad here.

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