Corruption rules the day in Jamaica, much like it does in America, or England, or anywhere else. The current Prime Minister, Bruce Golding, attained the majority in Parliament, by keeping secret the status of 5 of his cabinet members (of which they were dual citizens, which means that they were ineligible to run for office...these members should be stripped of their seats! The JLP government has 22 seats, and the PNP has 21 seats. The PNP had one member that had dual citizenship when up for a seat in Parliament...that member should have their seat stripped from them, ultimately leaving the PNP with 20 seats, and the JLP with 17 seats...the whole story isn't that black and white though, but it is not right, that's for damn sure!). The Christopher 'Dudus' Coke fiasco seemed like it was illegally perpetrated by a member of the PNP, of whom solicited into memorandums of understanding with America and England, without consulting the Prime Minister at that time, and that turns out to be an infringement on the rights of 'Dudus', as well as every Jamaican citizen, and the death toll from the civil unrest goes to prove why there are Prime Ministers, and why Prime Ministers and the public should know about potentially illegal actions like wiretaps and the like when it comes to intelligence gathering where it comes down to its citizens. I know that 'Dudus' is in an American prison now, but what happens if an appeal to the World Court or something like that acknowledges that Dudus's charter rights were infringed upon, and thus Dudus is ordered to be set free, and to be acquitted of all charges against him, and then Dudus requests asylum, because of what happened in Jamaica, and Dudus gets asylum in America? That would leave America with an even bigger problem, won't it?<quoted text>
Yeah we have a pretty messed up political system. Our two party system of voting just doesn't work. Obama and the Democrats can't get anything done because of the Republicans. We still don't have universal health care. Unemployment and gas prices are high as hell. We're fighting three consecutive wars. I would like our government molded after the British government. How are politics in Jamaica?
I just came from Britain last year, and that is a place that I would not want to go back to again for an extended period of time. British politicians are approving a tax hike against its own citizens, to 20% for the lowest class working citizen, while confiscating the pensions of those that have paid into it for decades, and those of war veterans, due to the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, which had NOTHING to do with any British citizen! And we need not even speak about the corruption in America...the way that America operates is segregated at best, and they seek to isolate LGBT citizens and other minority groups to certain parts of America, while the privileged get to stroll through every sector of America without hassle...that must be nice...and then people like Tom want business owners to have the right to discriminate against the public. What happens if you are in Hawaii, dying of thirst, and Tom had the only store on the only island in Hawaii that you were allowed to be on, and as you arrive up to Tom's business, he refuses you service, simply because he's allowed to discriminate against you? You die of thirst, or pray for rain, wat? This is what Tom is all about, the big fucking hypocrite!
Listen, wat, I challenge you to challenge Tom on this thread about any allegation that he's making about Jamaica, and with me here on this thread as a witness, see how many times Tom backpeddles and ad-libs, before he runs off of this thread...Tom is a fake, and please nobody take Tom for being a voice of LGBT citizens across the globe...Tom is a closeted, white-collar bigot, of whom seeks to blind people from the truth with hypocrisy, scapegoating, denials and propaganda. Take the sheets off of this bigot called Tom, alright people?