Guyana has just celebrated 47 years of Independence. These are some of the videos that highlight the present dire situation in Georgetown and many other parts of Guyana. This Blog focuses on the positive and is neutral in Guyana’s politics, however the reality of Guyana’s social decay has to be aired.
Real Guyana – #1 – The Dirtiest Parliament Buildings – 2013
Published on Apr 11, 2013 by Real Guyana·
In Guyana, Parliamentary sessions are conducted inside air conditioned chambers whilst right outside, an ocean of filth radiates outwards.
Starting at the gate. Junkies, vagrants, mentally ill people, the disabled, destitute old people sleeping on cardboard, piles of garbage human excrement, rats, putrid drains and the stench of everything you just read with the faint whiff of curry coming from the cook-shop on the corner. Behind parliament, a garbage heap burns.
Locked in debate behind these concrete pillars they surround themselves in comfort and when the sessions end they’re ferried away by motorcade to enjoy similar plushness at home courtesy of the citizens who are cleared from the pavement every Thursday, just so things look good for the cameras.
We love our country, We love our people, but how can we love a government who sits to debate our futures surrounded by filth they have the resources to clean up?
That could be my elderly relative, or yours whose head is bowed down through force of rejection, unwashed and uncared for with no social safety net.
This is where it starts people and trust us; as it is outside, so it is inside,
this filth radiates outwards from parliament and as pretty much an accurate reflection of the state of our nation… all in one 4 corner block.
To the PPP, APNU, AFC
Do your Jobs!
Clean the Streets!
Help the People!
Protect the future of our children and stop squandering it!
We the people have had ENOUGH! …Reality Check #1