Originally Posted by Gilbakka:
Originally Posted by Gilbakka: Lately, I have read comments here that contain the word douglarization. I wish to state that the PNC did not invent douglarization.
That phenomenon began way back to the mids with the arrival of boatloads of male East Indians in a predominantly black colony named British Guiana. East Indian men started douglarization by cohabiting with black women and producing the first crop of douglas. At that time there was a shortage of East Indian women in the sugar plantations.
Even after sufficient female Indian immigrants arrived and produced girl children, douglarization continued. Afro-Guyanese men decided to get into the act on the principle: In the s, as a little boy I observed a few inter-racial marriages in Uitvlugt.
A female black teacher with a male Indo tailor was one example. Then, in the heat of the day strike inthe Sunday Graphic frontpage carried a photo of a bridegroom named Khan of Vergenoegen with his bride named Miss Sam of Uitvlugt Junior Staff Compound.
The point I wish to make is that politics or no politics, Indos and Afros will continue to cohabit and produce dougla offspring. No one, no politician, no political party can reverse this process. Douglarization marches on while all around the racists are barking.
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Gil,I totally disagree with you on that subject, the Indians came after the Chinese and Portuguese. If the Indians were married they were allowed to bring their family, females were encouraged to come to be as domestics and weeding gangs.
It was a Taboo for an Hindu to marry a Muslim, need less to say interracial marriage between a Black and an Indian. The two examples you stated I know personally, I even attended one of the wedding, those were the talk of the village for a very long time.
I have facts on this subject and if you can convince me then show me your facts.Apr 22, · Da-Da’s Letters to the Editor/ Indian Resistance of Douglarization By Alex Graham Trinidad and Tobago’s population is estimated to be roughly 43% Afro-Trinidadian and 40% Indo Trinidadian. Give students a foundation in the history of Trinidad and Tobago and prepare them for their study of the wider Caribbean and other parts of the world.
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