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APNU stands by AFC on No- Confidence motion


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There seems to be nothing in the way to hamper the safety of the No-Confidence Motion which the Alliance For Change (AFC) tabled against the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Administration. A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) has given all assurances that it will vote in favour of the Motion.

APNU and the AFC met yesterday at the Office of the Leader of the Opposition and discussed matters relating to the Motion.
At that meeting APNU re-affirmed its unwavering commitment to passing the vote of no confidence
against the government at the earliest sitting of the National Assembly.
Those who attended the meeting on behalf of the AFC included Party Leader Khemraj Ramjattan, Vice-Chairman, Moses Nagamootoo, Catherine Hughes (Party Whip) and General Secretary David Patterson.

APNU’s delegation comprised its Chairman and Leader of the Opposition, David Granger, Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine, Basil Williams (Deputy Speaker), Amna Ally (Opposition Chief Whip), Ronald Bulkan and Winston Felix.

APNU “strongly” reiterated support for the motion of no confidence, which was tabled in the National Assembly by AFC’s MPs, Nagamootoo and Hughes. on the parliamentary agenda when the National Assembly re-convenes this month.
The Parties, which hold a majority of seats in the National Assembly, agreed that the holding of local government elections or the setting of a date for such elections would not deflect from or affect passage of the vote of no confidence.
The government, they maintained, is bound by the Constitution to periodically hold local government elections, which were last held in 1994.

The AFC and APNU declared their united position on the no confidence motion, and insisted that it is clear and unambiguous. They rebuffed the various sinister attempts of the PPP/C to create confusion over the issue and to divert attention from it.
Both AFC and APNU have assured the Speaker of the National Assembly, Raphael Trotman, of their support in the execution of his official functions.
Yesterday’s meeting came at a time where there was growing belief that APNU would have boycotted support that it had pledged for the Motion.

This belief begun after APNU renewed calls for Local Government Elections even though the Motion will result in the premature holding of General Elections.

PPP General Secretary, bicycle thief and website hacker Clement Rohee, on Monday told the Media that the AFC should prepare itself for major political fallout. This fallout, Rohee said, would be as a result of APNU’s non support for the Motion.

dear propaganda press – letter from a guyana police force detective part 1


the enemy’s big headache will come when more of his troops cross over to the other side
propaganda press welcome all whistle blowers. copy documents, record and memorise names and details, take photographs

Dear propaganda press I am a Detective stationed at CID HQ Eve leary. I would like to bring a few things to your attention.

guyana police  Automated Fingerprint Identification System1. the Guyana Police has embarked on a series of actions which is designed to further oppress this society.
2. the machine they recently put into operation which they said can solve cold cases are there for a sinister reason.
3. first of all this machine is so out dated an old floppy disc would look new compared to this big blue piece of shit. this technology has been in use since june 1999. it took 15 years to reach guyana police force. next they will stop drawing mugshots and use cameras
4. this machine cannot do all that they said it can do, it is a way of driving fear into the hearts of criminals .
5. this is a way of pinning some crimes on some people in Guyana and have rapid convictions rate of cold case solving in an attempt to show the PPP supporters that they ( the Government ) are up to the JOB
6. it is a four part plan.

A) put a Indian COP [commissioner of police] in charge of the police
B) put an Indian COS in charge of the GDF
C) trick the APNU into not passing the anti money laundering laws, so as to justify calling a SNAP ELECTIONS
D) unleash terror on blacks in the society

the plan is in place not. the last part of the plan is to make a move and switch around Mark Phillips from his position of COS [chief of staff] of the GDF and replace him with his Indian deputy

when they have all four elements in place, the PPP will call snap elections. Sad but true, the APNU dose not see this coming.
here is what is also sad about this. the people who voted for APNU cannot contact them. they, (the APNU) dose not return calls or respond to emails or face book messages, so their is no way of alerting them. the APNU is starting to act likt the clicks in the Burnham time.

As a senior officer, i am aware that briefings are being conducted and other senior officers of the Force are being called in to discuss snap elections. the Police are preparing for snap elections
and the APNU are asleep at the wheel.

in the not so far future, you will read of some cold cased being solved, in fact, it will be a series of frame charges instituted and the Big Blue machine will be credited for the catches while criminal attorneys will be left scratching their heads. Knowing their clients are innocent but cannot prove it.
I believe a Bomb is about to go off in this country which will cause much pain

guyana murders up 11%, 154 dead 2013. no crisis declares rohee


  • clement james rohee, the dougla bike thief turned enforcer for ppp crime family

    clement james rohee, the dougla bike thief turned enforcer for ppp crime family

    Clement Rohee last night made it clear that “there is no security crisis in Guyana” while noting that good examples where real security crisis currently exists are in countries like Turkey, Iraq, South Sudan and Syria.

  • Rohee rejects the characterisation of the internal security situation as false on the ground that current data does not support it.

This is in comparison to 139 murders for 2012, an 11 per cent increase. Of the 154 murders in 2013, 61 were of the disorderly type, 24 were committed during armed robberies, four were execution type, and 24 were domestic related, while the other 41 are so far undetermined.
The total number of reports of serious crimes made between January 1 and December 31, 2013 was 4007, compared to 3760 for 2012. Continue reading

deborah backer says goodbye to guyana


deborah backerAPNU member of parliament and deputy speaker of the house said goodbye this morning.

she has been flown out the country to under go tests for an unknown illness.

propaganda press has reliably been informed that Guyana may have seen the last of Deborah Backer. She was taken to Timehri airport in a wheel chair.