priya manickchand and baby

flashback : priya manickchand shows off her 1st american anchor baby in guyana


priya manickchand sent us this crazy message and a photo of her first American anchor baby back in 2009.
now she cussing out the American ambassador!

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7 thoughts on “flashback : priya manickchand shows off her 1st american anchor baby in guyana

  1. HYPOCRITE.

    If all of us were given US visas, she would be one of the 99.9% in line…
    Idealogical irrelevant PPP dinosaurs would object because of ‘meddling’(of course by Uncle Sam).

    After all these years, why do the DINOSAURS oppose ‘The American Concept’?
    What is the alternative…why are they so afraid?
    (Ooopps – they might become powerless, a terrifying concept.)

    America is a CONCEPT OF IDEAS, not a geographic or static entity.
    It is portable, you can take it with you.
    America is the only country that can claim to have been conceived,
    based on the RULE OF LAW and the CONCEPT that RIGHTS are INNATE to the PEOPLE…
    rights that the government can neither claim to give, nor assume to take away.
    We are Americans too(South Americans).

    What is so difficult about ‘THIS CONCEPT’ PPP dinosaurs?
    Compared to tiny dots in the Caribbean, look at we country?
    Barbados etc. light years ahead…
    Why do we have to run in droves to Uncle Sam(140,000 NY city alone)?

    She is not the only HYPOCRITE within the PPP.

  2. OMG look at these sexist shame posts! This is why you West Indian men need to learn about feminism. I’m a feminist because I see women dealing with sexism and sexist attitudes on a day-to-day basis and want to help to improve their situations. Women need to understand the Marxist theory and learn that men oppress women in a capitalist traditional society.

    Propaganda Press needs to use their activism to uphold the rights of women and raise the age of consent to the mid-20s to late 20s because women need to have their education and careers before marrying an oppressive husband.

    It is such a shame to see that men are sexist towards a woman giving birth, and your behaviour is no different than the Muzzies who seek to oppress the women.

  3. @ ANGELA

    OMG WHAT??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
    YOU ARE AN ALARMIST – PERIOD!…this is not ‘TMZ’ or the ‘NATIONAL ENQUIRER’.

    This site allows us ‘GUYANESE from GUYANA, SOUTH AMERICA’ to VENT,
    hopefully without retribution from the goons.

    We have been traumatized by successive ‘BANANA REPUBLIC’ ADMINISTRATIONS…
    As evidenced by WANTON CORRUPTION –
    HIGH CRIME –
    an EXTORTIONIST CULTURE even at the highest levels of government –
    a VOLATILE business environment with no real industrial base –
    BACKWARD POLITICIANS – FUZZY MATH with A FUZZY DIRECTION –
    no REAL POTENTIAL FOR ALL YOUNG PEOPLE REGARDLESS OF RACE, etc.
    (come visit Guyana before you spew bile).

    In my travels as a businessman, I see my people of all races suffering, in the Islands and on
    mainlands – whoring half-naked on many beaches, passports taken away, living in extreme
    poverty, it’s like watching the walking dead – but they dream of home…(you missed that).

    They try to starve the ‘BEAST’, by withdrawing consent and voting with their feet.
    They move to places where hopefully there is ——————————————-
    A centrist not socialist/communist government(not CHINA, CUBA OR RUSSIA)…
    Less-intrusive, less-regulatory government and less meddling in the free market and jobs creation…
    Transparent government…
    Government emphasis on personal development – not importing Chinese labour and dissing the locals…
    Positive business environment(Guyanese are self-sufficiant, we are born Go-getters/Entrepreneurs)…
    A less adventurist foreign policy…
    Modern amenities…
    Low crime…
    A good place to raise kids…
    High levels of education…
    Higher quality of life…
    High quality & affordable healthcare…
    A clean & hospitable culture…
    Decent/good infrastructure…
    A clean environment…
    Quality roads…
    Easy and affordable domestic travel…
    Reasonable cost of living…
    Civil, stable populace(Guyanese have witnessed the largest migration during peacetime)…
    Etc, etc.(YOU SHOULD NOW SAY OMG YOU DON’T HAVE THESE IN 2014).

    We could care less if you are a FEMINIST or MARXIST – I love women and I hate MARXISTS.
    Should I carry a banner advocating my tastes. I HATE ALL LABELS & ‘ISMS’…
    It is just a ‘mental library’ for easy assumptions or conclusions –
    Like assuming that ALL WEST INDIAN MEN DON’T KNOW ABOUT FEMINISM AND
    DON’T RESPECT WOMEN(hogwash).
    Is there a label for ‘HARD WORK’, ‘SELF-SUFFICIENT’, ‘GO-GETTER’.
    Guyanese are RENOWNED for ALL OF THOSE – You ANGELA CANNOT LABEL US —
    WE ARE GO-GETTERS ——- please read what your NY TIMES said about us…
    http://www.nytimes.com/2002/07/26/nyregion/for-schenectady-guyanese-strategy-mayor-goes-all-encourage-wave-hardworking.html

    Many Guyanese migrate with just 2 suitcases and a plane ticket.
    We quickly adapt to any environment and successfully prosper, mostly as families.
    WHO ARE YOU to come on this site with your racist rants(Muzzzies a Muslim pejorative),
    accuse us of MISOGYNY and try to castigate and bully us Guyanese/West Indian men & women.
    Do some research and fact-finding, then you might understand our PAIN.

    • Pardon me RR, this CARICATURE angela, DON’T HAVE A CLUE. She suffers in a bourgeoise schizophrenic “politically correct” world of her own making. Where she alone exists, as she thinks others should want.

      As I testifying for myself. I had half_a_suitcase, $50 US. No one to meet me at the airport, got taken_for_a_ride literally (fleeced) by a taxi. A year later I got drafted into the US Army (a precondition for my visa to accept induction) to boot, lol.

      Never the less, I endured starvation for a time but was somewhat accustomed to worse, as from whence I came before (if you know what I mean). I was able to sponsor all my family.

      As opportunity beckoned, we grabbed on to them for dear life. Those opportunities which could never have been afforded us before. Today, we are gratefully enjoying the privilege of success. Including the “American Dream”, America has so graciously afforded us with open arms in our time of need.

      WE WISH & DREAM ALL Guyanese COULD HAVE THE SAME, WHEREVER THEY ARE … 🙂

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