Re: You better believe it -Blacks endangered.
Posted By: Jomo In Response To: Re: Are blacks endangered inT&T? (Carlos)
Date: 29, February 04, at 5:39 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Are blacks endangered inT&T? (Carlos)
You better believe it!!!
Observation alone will demonstrate that the Indian population has positioned itself to dominate TnT. In all areas of the economy they have established leadership. The print media is inundated with indian reporters. Indians have their own school systems where they teach their children their culture and religion. Indian children are prepared and trained to carry on their traditions with financial assistance from the African led PNM. Where are the African schools supported by the Government of the PNM or UNC to teach African tradition to Black children? There will be no African leaders of tomorrow if they are not prepared today! How can African workers of tomorrow with no understanding of who they are, compete with Indian workers of tomorrow? The African led PNM came to government by default of the Indian led UNC. Take notice of the pack between Israel and India and the Indian diaspora meeting held in India recenly. Africans have no such pack nor diaspora organization. African youth have no leadership nor do African people have an effective organization that operates in their interest. It is an illusion to think that the PNM is that organization. Consider the plight of 95% of Africans when the UNC controlled the government. It was the most demoralizing period since independence and a taste of things to come. What are working class Africans in TnT doing to prepare to ensure self-determination and power, nothing!!!
Our time is running out!
Build the party of the African Working Class!
Build solidarity with working class Indians!
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