This work is a deconstruction of the political discourse of
politicians in Trinidad and Tobago from the 1950's to the present.
This deconstruction has revealed a discourse of racist hegemony is
the basis for political mobilisation in Trinidad and Tobago as it
frames a mental image of a hegemonic race wielding state power over
a dominated race consigned to the wilderness of opposition
politics. The resources of the state exist then for the benefit of
the hegemonic race and those who conceive of self as belonging to
races in competition for state resources must then do their
political duty to ensure the hegemony of their race. Politics has
nothing to do with governance, personal and social development.
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