E.X.A.C.T.L.Y.... Nobody is "switching roles when it's convenient". And also, because I don't like that stupid @$$ "West Indian" term, doesn't mean that I'm trying to differentiate my country from the islands fully surrounded by the Caribbean Sea.Are you speaking for ALL Central Americans on the planet? Or the just the few on Imix that you claim are "always quick to tell yuh dey central american.. now dey are dese other things too when it convinient." Or "on here all day all night preaching bout they central american not west indian or anything of the sort." I don't recall any of that happening, but if you says it does, we can roll with that.
I see you like to generalize and make blanket statements. Perhaps you should just start your sentences off with " In my opinion" or "From my perspective" That comes off a lot less close minded and offensive.
Lastly, you need to relax a bit. Like A.K.K.S. said, you are not the "Caribbean Gatekeeper" What's it to you if a person or country is is Caribbean AND Central American. Does it bother you that much?
Also, proclivity mean tendency. So you are looking at the tendency of central america to be celebrated?? You don't see why we celebrate our culture. What I'm saying in PLAIN ENGLISH (I was trying to be nice earlier) is that point you are making and how you made is two different things. That sentence does not mean in any shape or form anything close to responses that you gave when I first asked what you meant.
Because Suriname doesn't even border the Caribbean, but the Atlantic Ocean. Guyana get's a pass, because it's closer, and has cultural similarities to the Anglophone Caribbean, especially YOUR country.Why would Belize be included and Suriname not?