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Tuesday, April 04, 2006
Response #4

From a simple point of view: There are many folks who are afraid to admit to the truth: that they can invest in Guyana. But are afraid of the criminals.

For industrialization to take off... basic human dignities and needs will have to be addressed!

We cannot create instability and expect economic progress.

A lot of Guyanese confuses infrastructural progress with economic progress!


A hungry man can't realize all his latent potentials in the fields of science, arts, engineering, etc if he has to grovel out a basic existence.


While the politicians squabble, the few rich men continue to feed the
transfer of capital to other developed countries.


How did South Korea, Singapore and other countries got developed? We need to study these countries...They will be a few failures...But we must start somewhere...Dwelling on which race to blame...is a chicken or egg argument!


So the needs of the poor man has to be addressed! After his basic needs are addressed he will find time to develop his other talents!


A.P.