The HPV vaccination is scientifically unnecessary #guyana

2012 letter on the HPV vaccine busine$$

Dear Editor,
I am writing to express my concern about the recently announced plans by Minister of Health Ramsaran to begin mass vaccination of schoolgirls in Guyana with the HPV vaccine on Wednesday, January 11, 2012. To a general public that is scientifically untrained, conditioned or browbeaten into not questioning those in authority, and easily manipulated, this may seem like a good initiative. We are told that HPV caused cervical cancer, and at that dreaded word, everyone is supposed to quietly and obediently line their daughters up for the injection. However, there are many serious issues with regard to this vaccine and proposed campaign that the Guyanese public should be aware of- from a public health as well as child rights perspective. Continue reading “The HPV vaccination is scientifically unnecessary #guyana”


poverty is violence – Guyana mother abandons two children

daily the violence of poverty is on display
if you looking you will see
and this is nothing new contrary to the constant chatter of the raphus cucullatus brigade of the ppp
poverty is real across this land of perpetual plentiful

there is the case of the mother of plenty fathered by many who surrendered her daughter to one of the plenty for a few coins
and maybe the distant possibility of him marrying her
win back his love
she never had it and never will
join the line of the many who’ve told her exactly that
he’s moved on leaving a trail of women in his wake
some alive Continue reading “poverty is violence – Guyana mother abandons two children”

these 3 negroes, a guyana love $tory

these three negro criminals stole billions from the people of guyana under the ppp regime
one was president
one was loved by the president
and the other was a dancing sambo doing the bidding of the loved one
enter apnu afc
one is now leader of the opposition with solutions to EVERYTHING and addressed as “the honourable” in parliament
one owns the amazon warriors & look like the whole cpl league with your money of course & still selling drugs to the govt
and the last one was “sacked” from the ministry of health then reemployed by said ministry to coordinate a 1.6 billion dollar project
change is always good for those who can afford it
revolt while you still got life
cause these negroes WILL kill you
but you don’t have to wait for that joyous moment
if you love yself
act then pray
god is love

is the AFC still unlocking Guyana’s potential?

nothing much to say here
was just browsing and saw the afc logo promoting something and the thought occurred to me
is the afc still unlocking guyana’s potential?
if yes
at what stage are they and what are the major accomplishments so far?
or have the unlocked it already and forgot to tell the rest of us?
or have they abandoned it all together?

i could roll the tapes and newspaper clippings pre is we time now
if you look at that logo again, you’ll notice the key is bigger than the country 🙂

My friends don’t treat me like they
used to
since I laid my burden down

5 guyana govt ministers visit exxon mobil head quarters to “talk”

A release from the Ministry of Natural Resources yesterday said that on August 10 and 11, 2017, Ministers Carl Greenidge, Raphael Trotman, Winston Jordan, David Patterson and Dominic Gaskin, together with Presidential Advisor, Dr. Jan Mangal, and Technical Officers, Teresa Gaime and Kiran Mattai, of the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Guyana Energy Agency respectively, participated in meetings and briefings with officials of ExxonMobil Develop-ment Co. and ExxonMobil Gas and Power Marketing Co. at the company’s Campus in Houston, Texas, USA.


One of the greatest musicians and one of the most powerful souls on this planet transitioned from this realm on Wednesday, August 2 in Toronto! Guyanese Iauwata Amha Selassie M.D. (christened as Keith Paul of D’Urban Street, Wortmanville) was a master musician, devoted Rastafarian leader, a father, brother, friend, teacher, mentor and more!
Ras Iauwata Amha Selassie – Lead vocal singer, multi-talented instrumentalist and composer has gone home to the “musical Zion” and has been well-received by his peers. He did a glorious mission of spreading a highly-spiritualized form of cultural reggae music.
He pioneered the original “GT BOOM” sound and his seminal piece of work – “One People, One Nation, One Destiny” will live on. Iauwata Amha Selassie was a Rastafari musical icon in Canada, from Guyana yet a global citizen who played music on all corners of the planet.
His personality was warm with a genuine smile and love for everyone. There are hundreds of musicians worldwide that he either worked with or taught how to sing or to play a musical instrument, or produced a song or an album or performed with them. His loving, musical genius is evident in the words and the faces of those who knew him.
He wasn’t just a calming force, he was also a fire blazing, Nyabinghi warrior who spoke blatant and sometimes uncomfortable truths; but with him one felt that his objective was “the truth” with no ulterior motives.
Many globally will mourn this great reggae soldier who has been called to an even higher purpose now! Ras Iauwata’s memory, influence, music, name and energy will live on forever! Blessed journey Iauwata. May de I continue to live on in music. “One bright morning, when I work is over, I shall fly away home!”

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