Wednesday, April 20, 2011

ACDA’s threats and PNC support of criminal gangs go hand-in-hand.

Presidential candidate of the People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPPC) Mr. Donald Ramotar, said the latest threat and unambiguous call for racial insurrection in Guyana by the African Cultural and Development Association (ACDA) has come as “no surprise”.
Speaking with the Chronicle yesterday, Ramotar also addressed the proclivity by the People’s National Congress (PNC) to ramp up the crime wave in attempts to derail successive PPP/C governments, as well as ACDA’s threat to take to the streets to enforce shared governance on a PPPC administration after the 2011 elections.

“From since[the]2002 jailbreak, and even before that, also taking into consideration Blackie’s funeral, when the entire PNC apparatus was used in that funeral arrangement, and making him a hero, suggested to me a very close link with the PNC and the criminal gangs,” Ramotar told the Chronicle.
“For instance, when the five prison escapees went to Buxton and set up camp, from which they made forays, only the PNC was the party able to access Buxton during those times, and for the criminals to survive while holding that community under siege, because the criminals could not have survived without some level of political support…and this nexus needs to be drawn,” Ramotar told the Chronicle.
Ramotar said he is certain that “any unbiased analysis will come to the same conclusion”.
“This takes into account also the targeting of the police by the opposition PNC when they confronted the criminal gangs. The police always came under tremendous attack by the PNC. They never received any encouragement and support from the PNC in their dangerous fight against the criminal gangs,” he said.
“This latest threat by ACDA came as no surprise,” Ramotar stressed.

1 comment:

  1. Why wsn't Benschop, Adam Harris, Freddie Kissoon faces not there?
    The pen is more dangerous than the sword.