On Nov 4, 2014, I posted “Guyana has been living one scandal after another …..a scandal-marathon that cannot be matched by the popular TV series Scandal. What next, we ask ourselves.”
The “tape-gate” was buried by proroguing which is now dimmed by the US$ cash-bust. Guyana has probably moved past being a washing machine. We are maybe now a mint, printing money. What next?
Meanwhile, we continue to struggle at the smaller and more important things, choosing to blame the past instead of saying what we can do.
Blackouts make a mockery of Christmas lights while the lack of drainage in the city is still not addressed in any mature way.
It is a shame. And the daily/weekly ongoing scandals successfully take our attention away from the necessities – until we are flooded again.

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