Marlon Fredericks funeral details

12 noon – 1pm viewing at Merrimans

Proceed to Vryheids’s Lust for service & burial

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what’s the APNU-AFC govt position on the murder of Marlon Fredericks?

If we must die—let it not be like hogs
Hunted and penned in an inglorious spot,
While round us bark the mad and hungry dogs,
Making their mock at our accursed lot.

i woke up this morning thinking about the murder of Marlon Fredericks like every morning since he has been murdred
and i’ve also been thinking about the silence of the big negroes in govt. or could it be that I am not tuned into their channels?

“We must fall on our enemies, the enemies of all righteousness, with a ruthless relentless will to win! History sweeps on, we must not let it escape our influence this time!!!!”
Soledad Brother: The Prison Letters of George Jackson, p 202-204, Bantam Ed., pub. 10/70 Continue reading “what’s the APNU-AFC govt position on the murder of Marlon Fredericks?”

Marlon Fredericks murdered by Georgetown Constabulary killer

Yesterday they assaulted him

Today they murdered him in the presence of his mother

Daily the poor must endure state sponsored violence in dis scuntry called Guyana

What if you were told Marlon Frederick went to President’s College? And that he was more useful to dis scuntry than the beasts who assaulted and now murdered him?

What happens to a dream deferred David Granger?

this man shot marlon fredericks

man on the left stands over marlon fredericks moments after he shot him

Calling all fashionable Kenyan virgins

CutizensGo is waging a counterinsurgency campaign against sex Education in Kenya. To hear them tell it, virginity is still fashionable!
And who can argue with that?
Born again virgins I suppose 🙂

then there is the old argument of what is and isn’t African!

“Children from the age of five years will be taught about masturbation, the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) movement and community, contraceptives and abortion. This is Africa, it is not acceptable,” said Ms Kioko.

She further explained that the approach taken to teaching the new curriculum would take away the parents’ authority in children’s lives and give a bigger role to their teachers instead.

She suggested that stakeholders come together to find a more local and responsible approach to the subject.

“We should teach them about abstinence. The curriculum should say that virginity is still fashionable,” said Ms Kioko.