The extract below was taken from a series of articles written by Freddie Kissoon in 2002 on the militant conspiracy then centered in Buxton. The title of the series was "Theorizing with Freddie Kissoon: The failure of the Buxton Conspiracy". However, since then a disgruntled Kissoon frustrated with his inability to get his way on certain matters has taken a 360 degree turn and now supports Benschop's militant and extremist activities.
Freddie Kissoon: Hoyte had nothing but contempt for Mark Benschop because he saw him for what he was - an extremist, wild, unstable person infatuated with himself who showed no respect for established political leaders in the PNC and who thinks he is a leader better than those he came and met. There is the definite suspicion that Robert Corbin wants to keep his distance from Benschop, who would have no hesitation in challenging Corbin publicly for leadership. The reason why I belaboured this point about Benschop is to drive home the danger Guyana faced when criminals with guns and empty heads and dangerously misguided activists filling those heads with everything that was historically and politically wrong, went on the rampage. Indeed, an explosion had to occur and it did in Buxton!