Re: Endangered Indians
Posted By: Jomo In Response To: Endangered Indians (Ayinde)
Date: 16, March 04, at 12:21 p.m.
In Response To: Endangered Indians (Ayinde)
The two major political parties the PNM and the UNC are racial parties, every one knows that the few Indians in the PNM and the few Africans in the UNC are simply window dressing to attract the other races to their fold. Beyond the window dressing these tokens and the racial voters that they must bring to their respective parties have no power to influence anything. However we continue to exhibit political emotionalism as opposed to political practicalism [my word]. Africans or Indians feel joyful or proud when their racial party wins elections but when out of power we feel disgraced
The parties are fortunate to need the biracial vote to win the elections because this need gives them the opportunity to appeal to other races and appear to be a party for all. However in the final analyses it doess not matter whether Indians, Africans, Muslims, Hindus , Orisha , Christians or a combination of all of them vote either party into power . The spoils of government will only go to the party, its imperialist masters and it financial backers. However we continue to exhibit political emotionalism as opposed to political practicalism[my word]. Africans or Indians feel joyful and proud when their racial party is elected to government. The feeling turns to anguish and disgrace when our racial parties lose power but the knowledge that our race is in power translates into nothing. No improvement in income, nor healthcare, nor education, nor housing-absolutely nothing!!!
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