Eusi Kwayana wouldn’t recognise fairness if it appears as an elephant in front of him

Kaieteur News-There is a letter in yesterday’s Kaieteur News and Stabroek News by Eusi Kwayana, the so-called virtuous man of Guyanese politics who in the age of the ubiquity of the transmitted image doesn’t know what went on in the March 2020 election and still says so in April 2021.
Here is the title of the missive in the Stabroek News, “The principle of fairness is less evident in the most articulate of us.” The title in Kaieteur News is “The old and very important principle of fairness.” This letter is a disgusting, ugly manifestation of a soulless, lost human.
I am going to back up my adjectives here to describe Kwayana’s mind. But first two notices. One is if fairness appears in shining daylight in front of Kwayana as a humongous elephant, he wouldn’t recognise it. In all his political life, he had his own peculiar interpretation of fairness, which was eventually revealed in March 2020 as propaganda. When he says even in the most articulate of us, fairness is lacking, he was referring to himself. Someone should give Kwayana a lecture on the works of Sigmund Freud.
The second one is my exposure of Kwayana since March 2020, which has been recorded so historians can assess his abominable, denial of democracy to the young generation of Guyana. Here is that record. (1) – Friday, March 13, 2020, “Questions maybe Messrs Bhagwan and Kwayana may never answer.” (2) – Sunday, April 19, 2020, “Eusi Kwayana: Edward Said on Sartre.” (3) – Tuesday, April 28, 2020, “Eusi Kwayana knows a little of me, nothing of Claudette Singh.” (4) – Sunday, May 10, 2020, “After this, we will never see some Guyanese the same way again.”


(5) – Friday, May 15, 2020, “Kwayana’s position makes Walter Rodney turn in his grave.” (6) – Monday, June 8, 2020, “Kwayana is revealing a tendency to malice, never before seen.” (7) – Wednesday, June 10, 2020, “WPA and AFC: People’s Power, No Dictator.” (8) – Thursday, July 2, 2020, “The pathetic, unbelievable, political decline of Eusi Kwayana.” (9) – Wednesday, July 8, 2020, “I don’t give a damn who is Indian, African, White, etc.” (10) – Monday, July 20, 2020, People like Jeffrey, Hinds and people like the ordinary Joe.” (11) – Saturday, July 25, 2020, “Eusi Kwayana: Long journey back into Sydney King.”
(12) – Saturday, August 7, 2020, “Nagamootoo, Kwayana, Green: Secrets of Guyanese politics.” (13) – Wednesday, October 22, 2020, “Eusi Kwayana: The disgraceful fall of an icon.” (14) – Sunday, November 1, 2020, “To Kwayana, I say I am proud of 50 years of tantrums.” (15) – Saturday, November 7, 2020, “Lewis, Kwayana, Alexander: The facts and the truths of Guyana.” (16) – Saturday, February 13, 2021, “Mr. Kwayana, show some respect for your age. Please!” (17) – Monday, March 15, 2021, “Eusi Kwayana was a tragic revelation in my life.” (18) – Monday, April 12, 2021, “The WPA’s great evaders have found their voice.” (19) -Saturday, April 10, 2021, “Kwayana at 96: The runner stumbles.”
The above are 19 analyses of the historical embarrassment Kwayana has become. This article will make it 20. Before we get to his letter in the newspaper yesterday, Guyanese should ask themselves why there wasn’t a symposium on him by the remnants of the WPA when he became 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95. Why 96 and why now? Because they are trying to save what has disappeared in March 2020 – his legacy. And they got Dr. Nigel Westmaas, Dr. Clive Thomas and Moses Bhagwan to attempt the impossible.
Now for the Sunday letter. Kwayana wrote, “My explanation that I would on no account in a conflicted situation dismiss the complaints of the losers against the winners only made my critics angrier.” He was referring to the March 2020 election.
Yet in the same letter here is what this barefaced hypocrite wrote, “The investigation of the murder of the young men of the Henry family was so mishandled by the political directorate that it backfired…officially gathered misinformation caused His Excellency, the President, I believe with the best intentions, to accuse non-specific persons of rape, including the rape of children. News and police reports could not justify these allegations but no one has withdrawn them on behalf of the President. These, to me, are serious miscarriages undermining the entitlement of every person known or unknown, famous or not, to fairness.”
I ask any decent person to see what a monster Kwayana has become. No one who is decent should respect this man. Here in his own words above are his definitive conclusions in things he knew and knows that are happening. Guess which thing he cannot comment on in Guyana – the rigged election of March 2020. What a twisted mind, a lost soul.

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