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Jamaican Terrorist


Permalink 03:13:56 pm, by Melba
Categories: Commentary

Jamaican Terrorist

On the international scene Jamaicans have been given many negative labels such as 'badmen', 'drugist', 'money launderers' to name a few. As a result of these 'labels' we all 'ketch hell' going through immigration in 'forien'lands. Now thanks to young Germaine Lindsay the authorities have one more label to add to the list....'terrorist'.
These things really grieve my heart as I know for a fact that most Jamaicans are hard working, honest, loving, fun loving and great people. Yes we are a passionate people but thats what makes us so special.When we believe in something we are prepared to defend our positions, and I mean that in a most positive way.
What is so very sad is that most of the offenders who give us these labels although Jamaican born or of Jamaican descendants left Jamaica as very young children. These youngsters are then indoctrinated by foreigners. When they become too much to handle everybody disowns them. So once again they are Jamaicans. They might have been born here but they are products of the evil found where they reside. Young Germaine left Jamaica at age five months.
Jamaica has produced some brilliant people in all walks of life all over the world. If only the authorities abroad would see that 'Every fish eena sea nuh shark'. Unfortunately, 'the good always suffa fi the bad'.
My fellow Jamaicans stay cool. From you have nothing to hide you have nothing to be concerned about. Walk good.
Nuff love

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