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Goans v/s Bhailes in Goa
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cedrico dacosta
2007-09-15 08:20:32 UTC
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Dear Mr Parriker,

Very well written...you are right, I too strongly advocate that Goans should wake up now...or never...we need young Goan youths like Jack Sequeira to protect Goan interests...

sadly despite of so many calls, we even at Goanet are more bothered to talk about consensual sex and if being gay is right or wrong...meanwhile Goa gets raped by the mine owners, politicians and the aam aadmi gets taken for a jolly good ride...

Goans face extinction within the next decade...but who is responsible for all this...the Goa of today cannot even tackle the garbage menace, pollution, traffic, water supply etc...and we are going for more casinos...which give the politicians a chance to make a fast buck.

The media in Goa is dead....was murdered by politicians and the ruling factions...at least we through Goanet could do something worthwhile for Goa and Goans, but somehow...this forum is not waking up to real issues than mediocre postings by a group of people way into the autaumn of their lives....scattered in various parts of the world who know little if nothing about the current scnario in Goa.

I live in Margao, today margao is worst than vasco or a baina...u find such an influx of ghanttis all over the place, that is it difficult to find a Goan among the herds of outsiders. Although we have a Cm from Margao at the helm, Margao is the most dirtiest citiest of Goa and nobody has bothered to do anything about it. The Margao Municipal Council, which once used to be the hub of the administration of the city, is reduced to nothing but a brothel for the various councillors who act like pimps and do power broking for the higher politicians.

Malaria is rampant, roberies and prostitution along with matka and ghodghodo are openly going on with the pockets of the police well filled...this is the Goa of today!

Regards

Cedric da Costa
UAE


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john menezes
2007-09-18 01:14:34 UTC
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Re: Reply to contents of Goanet digest
Goanet Digest, Vol 2, Issue 825

1. Goans v/s Bhailes in Goa (cedrico dacosta),
once the ramparts were demolished on 18 December 1961, and the Goans
remained passive spectators, this - the flooding of Goa with outsiders -
was a foregone conclusion. It had started to happen in East Timor after the
Indonesian occupation in December 1975 but the East Timorese pulled up their
socks and did what they felt was necessary at great sacrifice and the fate
of East Timor has been very different.
John Menezes
cedrico dacosta
2007-09-15 08:20:32 UTC
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Dear Mr Parriker,

Very well written...you are right, I too strongly advocate that Goans should wake up now...or never...we need young Goan youths like Jack Sequeira to protect Goan interests...

sadly despite of so many calls, we even at Goanet are more bothered to talk about consensual sex and if being gay is right or wrong...meanwhile Goa gets raped by the mine owners, politicians and the aam aadmi gets taken for a jolly good ride...

Goans face extinction within the next decade...but who is responsible for all this...the Goa of today cannot even tackle the garbage menace, pollution, traffic, water supply etc...and we are going for more casinos...which give the politicians a chance to make a fast buck.

The media in Goa is dead....was murdered by politicians and the ruling factions...at least we through Goanet could do something worthwhile for Goa and Goans, but somehow...this forum is not waking up to real issues than mediocre postings by a group of people way into the autaumn of their lives....scattered in various parts of the world who know little if nothing about the current scnario in Goa.

I live in Margao, today margao is worst than vasco or a baina...u find such an influx of ghanttis all over the place, that is it difficult to find a Goan among the herds of outsiders. Although we have a Cm from Margao at the helm, Margao is the most dirtiest citiest of Goa and nobody has bothered to do anything about it. The Margao Municipal Council, which once used to be the hub of the administration of the city, is reduced to nothing but a brothel for the various councillors who act like pimps and do power broking for the higher politicians.

Malaria is rampant, roberies and prostitution along with matka and ghodghodo are openly going on with the pockets of the police well filled...this is the Goa of today!

Regards

Cedric da Costa
UAE


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john menezes
2007-09-18 01:14:34 UTC
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Re: Reply to contents of Goanet digest
Goanet Digest, Vol 2, Issue 825

1. Goans v/s Bhailes in Goa (cedrico dacosta),
once the ramparts were demolished on 18 December 1961, and the Goans
remained passive spectators, this - the flooding of Goa with outsiders -
was a foregone conclusion. It had started to happen in East Timor after the
Indonesian occupation in December 1975 but the East Timorese pulled up their
socks and did what they felt was necessary at great sacrifice and the fate
of East Timor has been very different.
John Menezes
cedrico dacosta
2007-09-15 08:20:32 UTC
Permalink
Dear Mr Parriker,

Very well written...you are right, I too strongly advocate that Goans should wake up now...or never...we need young Goan youths like Jack Sequeira to protect Goan interests...

sadly despite of so many calls, we even at Goanet are more bothered to talk about consensual sex and if being gay is right or wrong...meanwhile Goa gets raped by the mine owners, politicians and the aam aadmi gets taken for a jolly good ride...

Goans face extinction within the next decade...but who is responsible for all this...the Goa of today cannot even tackle the garbage menace, pollution, traffic, water supply etc...and we are going for more casinos...which give the politicians a chance to make a fast buck.

The media in Goa is dead....was murdered by politicians and the ruling factions...at least we through Goanet could do something worthwhile for Goa and Goans, but somehow...this forum is not waking up to real issues than mediocre postings by a group of people way into the autaumn of their lives....scattered in various parts of the world who know little if nothing about the current scnario in Goa.

I live in Margao, today margao is worst than vasco or a baina...u find such an influx of ghanttis all over the place, that is it difficult to find a Goan among the herds of outsiders. Although we have a Cm from Margao at the helm, Margao is the most dirtiest citiest of Goa and nobody has bothered to do anything about it. The Margao Municipal Council, which once used to be the hub of the administration of the city, is reduced to nothing but a brothel for the various councillors who act like pimps and do power broking for the higher politicians.

Malaria is rampant, roberies and prostitution along with matka and ghodghodo are openly going on with the pockets of the police well filled...this is the Goa of today!

Regards

Cedric da Costa
UAE


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john menezes
2007-09-18 01:14:34 UTC
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Re: Reply to contents of Goanet digest
Goanet Digest, Vol 2, Issue 825

1. Goans v/s Bhailes in Goa (cedrico dacosta),
once the ramparts were demolished on 18 December 1961, and the Goans
remained passive spectators, this - the flooding of Goa with outsiders -
was a foregone conclusion. It had started to happen in East Timor after the
Indonesian occupation in December 1975 but the East Timorese pulled up their
socks and did what they felt was necessary at great sacrifice and the fate
of East Timor has been very different.
John Menezes
cedrico dacosta
2007-09-15 08:20:32 UTC
Permalink
Dear Mr Parriker,

Very well written...you are right, I too strongly advocate that Goans should wake up now...or never...we need young Goan youths like Jack Sequeira to protect Goan interests...

sadly despite of so many calls, we even at Goanet are more bothered to talk about consensual sex and if being gay is right or wrong...meanwhile Goa gets raped by the mine owners, politicians and the aam aadmi gets taken for a jolly good ride...

Goans face extinction within the next decade...but who is responsible for all this...the Goa of today cannot even tackle the garbage menace, pollution, traffic, water supply etc...and we are going for more casinos...which give the politicians a chance to make a fast buck.

The media in Goa is dead....was murdered by politicians and the ruling factions...at least we through Goanet could do something worthwhile for Goa and Goans, but somehow...this forum is not waking up to real issues than mediocre postings by a group of people way into the autaumn of their lives....scattered in various parts of the world who know little if nothing about the current scnario in Goa.

I live in Margao, today margao is worst than vasco or a baina...u find such an influx of ghanttis all over the place, that is it difficult to find a Goan among the herds of outsiders. Although we have a Cm from Margao at the helm, Margao is the most dirtiest citiest of Goa and nobody has bothered to do anything about it. The Margao Municipal Council, which once used to be the hub of the administration of the city, is reduced to nothing but a brothel for the various councillors who act like pimps and do power broking for the higher politicians.

Malaria is rampant, roberies and prostitution along with matka and ghodghodo are openly going on with the pockets of the police well filled...this is the Goa of today!

Regards

Cedric da Costa
UAE


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john menezes
2007-09-18 01:14:34 UTC
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Re: Reply to contents of Goanet digest
Goanet Digest, Vol 2, Issue 825

1. Goans v/s Bhailes in Goa (cedrico dacosta),
once the ramparts were demolished on 18 December 1961, and the Goans
remained passive spectators, this - the flooding of Goa with outsiders -
was a foregone conclusion. It had started to happen in East Timor after the
Indonesian occupation in December 1975 but the East Timorese pulled up their
socks and did what they felt was necessary at great sacrifice and the fate
of East Timor has been very different.
John Menezes
cedrico dacosta
2007-09-15 08:20:32 UTC
Permalink
Dear Mr Parriker,

Very well written...you are right, I too strongly advocate that Goans should wake up now...or never...we need young Goan youths like Jack Sequeira to protect Goan interests...

sadly despite of so many calls, we even at Goanet are more bothered to talk about consensual sex and if being gay is right or wrong...meanwhile Goa gets raped by the mine owners, politicians and the aam aadmi gets taken for a jolly good ride...

Goans face extinction within the next decade...but who is responsible for all this...the Goa of today cannot even tackle the garbage menace, pollution, traffic, water supply etc...and we are going for more casinos...which give the politicians a chance to make a fast buck.

The media in Goa is dead....was murdered by politicians and the ruling factions...at least we through Goanet could do something worthwhile for Goa and Goans, but somehow...this forum is not waking up to real issues than mediocre postings by a group of people way into the autaumn of their lives....scattered in various parts of the world who know little if nothing about the current scnario in Goa.

I live in Margao, today margao is worst than vasco or a baina...u find such an influx of ghanttis all over the place, that is it difficult to find a Goan among the herds of outsiders. Although we have a Cm from Margao at the helm, Margao is the most dirtiest citiest of Goa and nobody has bothered to do anything about it. The Margao Municipal Council, which once used to be the hub of the administration of the city, is reduced to nothing but a brothel for the various councillors who act like pimps and do power broking for the higher politicians.

Malaria is rampant, roberies and prostitution along with matka and ghodghodo are openly going on with the pockets of the police well filled...this is the Goa of today!

Regards

Cedric da Costa
UAE


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john menezes
2007-09-18 01:14:34 UTC
Permalink
Re: Reply to contents of Goanet digest
Goanet Digest, Vol 2, Issue 825

1. Goans v/s Bhailes in Goa (cedrico dacosta),
once the ramparts were demolished on 18 December 1961, and the Goans
remained passive spectators, this - the flooding of Goa with outsiders -
was a foregone conclusion. It had started to happen in East Timor after the
Indonesian occupation in December 1975 but the East Timorese pulled up their
socks and did what they felt was necessary at great sacrifice and the fate
of East Timor has been very different.
John Menezes
cedrico dacosta
2007-09-15 08:20:32 UTC
Permalink
Dear Mr Parriker,

Very well written...you are right, I too strongly advocate that Goans should wake up now...or never...we need young Goan youths like Jack Sequeira to protect Goan interests...

sadly despite of so many calls, we even at Goanet are more bothered to talk about consensual sex and if being gay is right or wrong...meanwhile Goa gets raped by the mine owners, politicians and the aam aadmi gets taken for a jolly good ride...

Goans face extinction within the next decade...but who is responsible for all this...the Goa of today cannot even tackle the garbage menace, pollution, traffic, water supply etc...and we are going for more casinos...which give the politicians a chance to make a fast buck.

The media in Goa is dead....was murdered by politicians and the ruling factions...at least we through Goanet could do something worthwhile for Goa and Goans, but somehow...this forum is not waking up to real issues than mediocre postings by a group of people way into the autaumn of their lives....scattered in various parts of the world who know little if nothing about the current scnario in Goa.

I live in Margao, today margao is worst than vasco or a baina...u find such an influx of ghanttis all over the place, that is it difficult to find a Goan among the herds of outsiders. Although we have a Cm from Margao at the helm, Margao is the most dirtiest citiest of Goa and nobody has bothered to do anything about it. The Margao Municipal Council, which once used to be the hub of the administration of the city, is reduced to nothing but a brothel for the various councillors who act like pimps and do power broking for the higher politicians.

Malaria is rampant, roberies and prostitution along with matka and ghodghodo are openly going on with the pockets of the police well filled...this is the Goa of today!

Regards

Cedric da Costa
UAE


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john menezes
2007-09-18 01:14:34 UTC
Permalink
Re: Reply to contents of Goanet digest
Goanet Digest, Vol 2, Issue 825

1. Goans v/s Bhailes in Goa (cedrico dacosta),
once the ramparts were demolished on 18 December 1961, and the Goans
remained passive spectators, this - the flooding of Goa with outsiders -
was a foregone conclusion. It had started to happen in East Timor after the
Indonesian occupation in December 1975 but the East Timorese pulled up their
socks and did what they felt was necessary at great sacrifice and the fate
of East Timor has been very different.
John Menezes
cedrico dacosta
2007-09-15 08:20:32 UTC
Permalink
Dear Mr Parriker,

Very well written...you are right, I too strongly advocate that Goans should wake up now...or never...we need young Goan youths like Jack Sequeira to protect Goan interests...

sadly despite of so many calls, we even at Goanet are more bothered to talk about consensual sex and if being gay is right or wrong...meanwhile Goa gets raped by the mine owners, politicians and the aam aadmi gets taken for a jolly good ride...

Goans face extinction within the next decade...but who is responsible for all this...the Goa of today cannot even tackle the garbage menace, pollution, traffic, water supply etc...and we are going for more casinos...which give the politicians a chance to make a fast buck.

The media in Goa is dead....was murdered by politicians and the ruling factions...at least we through Goanet could do something worthwhile for Goa and Goans, but somehow...this forum is not waking up to real issues than mediocre postings by a group of people way into the autaumn of their lives....scattered in various parts of the world who know little if nothing about the current scnario in Goa.

I live in Margao, today margao is worst than vasco or a baina...u find such an influx of ghanttis all over the place, that is it difficult to find a Goan among the herds of outsiders. Although we have a Cm from Margao at the helm, Margao is the most dirtiest citiest of Goa and nobody has bothered to do anything about it. The Margao Municipal Council, which once used to be the hub of the administration of the city, is reduced to nothing but a brothel for the various councillors who act like pimps and do power broking for the higher politicians.

Malaria is rampant, roberies and prostitution along with matka and ghodghodo are openly going on with the pockets of the police well filled...this is the Goa of today!

Regards

Cedric da Costa
UAE


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john menezes
2007-09-18 01:14:34 UTC
Permalink
Re: Reply to contents of Goanet digest
Goanet Digest, Vol 2, Issue 825

1. Goans v/s Bhailes in Goa (cedrico dacosta),
once the ramparts were demolished on 18 December 1961, and the Goans
remained passive spectators, this - the flooding of Goa with outsiders -
was a foregone conclusion. It had started to happen in East Timor after the
Indonesian occupation in December 1975 but the East Timorese pulled up their
socks and did what they felt was necessary at great sacrifice and the fate
of East Timor has been very different.
John Menezes

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