A 1960s QRC education is a fine asset to possess: the schoolboys were taught to think critically about issues. It is a skill that appears to have escaped many including some academics. To think critically one must understand information and the spirit of the message and then apply analysis and evaluation.
I refer to a letter by Kumar Mahabir headlined, “alternative to poverty is not crime’’. My letter of January 4 sought to point out the dishonest stripping of context and distortion in three instances.
A careful reading would reveal my contention that both ethnic groups suffer from gang participation.