SECRETARY OF STATE MIKE POMPEO’S AGENDA IN GUYANA

1. touch down
2. flex
3. nod, shake hands and watch dem in they eyes
4. get irfaan to renounce islam as a religion of terrorists
5. meet and greet with oil executives to see what problems they having in Guyana
6. tell irfaan fix dese tings before the week out
7. highlight the United States’ commitment to defend democracy
8. hold talks on regional security and the need for a US presence to ensure regional security and democracy
9. hand over prepared documents to be signed
10. highlight and remind them that investment by U.S. companies in the gas and oil sector are beyond the reaches of local laws and meddling
11. raise attention on the plight of Venezuelan migrants and the ongoing crisis in that country which the Guyana government will insert itself into
12. denounce the communist chinese and their “predatory loans” in contrast to U.S. companies’ clean and transparent investment practices throughout the hemisphere.
13. nod, shake hands and watch dem in they eyes
14. highlight the United States’ commitment to defending and destroying democracy
15. watch dem in they eyes one more time and remind them venezuela in the cross hairs
16. roll out

The secretary will only answer prepared questions submitted in advance from state media.

The HPV vaccination is scientifically unnecessary #guyana

2012 letter on the HPV vaccine busine$$

Dear Editor,
I am writing to express my concern about the recently announced plans by Minister of Health Ramsaran to begin mass vaccination of schoolgirls in Guyana with the HPV vaccine on Wednesday, January 11, 2012. To a general public that is scientifically untrained, conditioned or browbeaten into not questioning those in authority, and easily manipulated, this may seem like a good initiative. We are told that HPV caused cervical cancer, and at that dreaded word, everyone is supposed to quietly and obediently line their daughters up for the injection. However, there are many serious issues with regard to this vaccine and proposed campaign that the Guyanese public should be aware of- from a public health as well as child rights perspective. Continue reading