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Sitting On A Racial Volcano (Guyana Uncensored)
by:G. H.K Lall
“Sitting on a Racial Volcano (Guyana Uncensored)” is an unflinching and unsettling look at chronic racial anxieties and smoldering anger, as lived by the two major racial groups in Guyana. It covers the subtle and sometimes not so artful manipulations of the PPP and PNC of its racial constituents for purposes of power and control; and the well-developed...
“Sitting on a Racial Volcano (Guyana Uncensored)” is an unflinching and unsettling look at chronic racial anxieties and smoldering anger, as lived by the two major racial groups in Guyana. It covers the subtle and sometimes not so artful manipulations of the PPP and PNC of its racial constituents for purposes of power and control; and the well-developed psychology of racial expectations and convictions. Then there is recognition of the absence of any meaningful buffer capable of influencing change for the better; or of mediating first the distinction, then transition from raw, dirty politics in the trenches to the responsibility inherent in governing a nation. This book further focuses on the significance of the proliferation of sophisticated weaponry, as well as the invisible hand of foreigners in the national money flow; linkage is then made to the political and power equation, which by extension translates to racial ascendancy and racial despair in the different camps. This first of its kind effort for Guyana has been described by those familiar with its contents as “powerful,” “chilling” and “explosive.” They include ranking men from the realm of politics and religion. The Guyanese reading public will soon be afforded the opportunity to agree or disagree on the treatment of this most combustible of domestic issues.
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