LEAVE THE PAST BEHIND

The struggle of the working class and the organised activity of the trade union movement have substantially determined the course of Guyana’s history. While Guyana was not unique, it led the way with the formation in 1922 by Hubert Nathaniel Critchlow of the BGLU (British Guiana Labour Union), the first trade union registered in the […]

MINING IN THE MURI MOUNTAINS

Like every other serious investment venture in recent times, the PGGS (Permission for Geophysical and Geological Surveys) granted to Muri Brasil Ventures Inc. in November last year has come under serious questioning and has given rise to suspicion and innuendo. Little public information has ever been given to the issue of a PGGS before. Even […]

CUFFY WOULD APPEAL TO THE HISTORIC RECORD OF THE PPP, IF HE WERE ALIVE TODAY

By the time this article is published the Emancipation Day commemoration of the 175th Anniversary of the abolition of slavery would have passed. This year also marks the 250th anniversary of the 1763 Slave Rebellion and the 190th anniversary of the 1823 Demerara Slave Rebellion. The 1763 and 1823 Slave Rebellions, along with economic factors, […]

MARX, CAPITALISM AND THE RECESSION

Many thanks for your response to the articles I sent. I did not intend or expect a response, especially one so extensive.  I expected more to irritate you than anything else. I notice that I succeeded. I know very well your views on these matters, having had many discussions with you over many years. But […]