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So Rodney, who attracted support across the race-divide, had to die.And Burnham thought nothing of killing him, something we, Walter’s friends, knew all along.
And his innovative method of imparting knowledge and stimulating the minds of the masses by leaving UWI’s Mona campus where he lectured to “ground with the brothers” in urban Kingston in 1968, which led to him being expelled from Jamaica, was one spark that helped ignite black consciousness across the Caribbean, leading to the events of 1970.
Such a man could not be allowed to live, not in Guyana where Burnham, who was installed in power in 1964 by the British and United States governments through rigged elections (I shall direct doubters to hard evidence if they wish), and whose political life depended on keeping Indo- and Afro-Guyanese at each other’s throats.
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Legal Disclaimer: has a zero-tolerance policy against illegal pornography.First, service between New York (JFK) and Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV) will begin on February 13, 2014.There will be two non-stops daily between the cities, operated by the airlines’s 100-seat Embraer E190 fleet.To alert our insular minds to occurrences other than Trinidad and Tobago’s economic woes and its runaway crime, the Co I, which comprised three eminent Caribbean jurists (Barbados’ Richard Cheltenham, T&T’s Seenath Jairam and Jamaica’s Jacqueline Samuels-Brown), after listening to evidence from scores of witnesses, concluded that the Burnham Government had been directly involved in Rodney’s assassination by a bomb on June 13, 1980.More damning, the report implicated Guyana’s Police Service and Defence Force in the plot to kill Rodney, and afterwards to suppress investigations, destroy evidence and ex-filtrate the assassin, soldier Gregory Smith, and his family to French Guiana on a military aircraft.After Burnham died in office in 1985, his successor, Desmond Hoyte, did authorise that some of the criminals who had acted on Burnham’s behalf, be charged with various offences. Of all Burnham’s sins, though, the victim that continues to haunt Guyana’s politics is Rodney.