Jamaica church leaders rally for anti...

Jamaica church leaders rally for anti-sodomy law

There are 26 comments on the Anchorage Daily News story from Jun 23, 2013, titled Jamaica church leaders rally for anti-sodomy law. In it, Anchorage Daily News reports that:

Roughly 1,500 people in their Sunday best gathered in a central Kingston park for a spirited religious service two days before a rare court challenge to Jamaica's anti-sodomy law.

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Sheik Yerbouti

Furlong, PA

#1 Jun 24, 2013
No surprise. It's a third world country with an uneducated populace.
Franz

Lithuania

#2 Jun 24, 2013
Way to go Jamaica!

Keep up the good fight!
Nathan

Netherlands

#3 Jun 24, 2013
I take comfort in knowing there are great countries like Jamaica, Russia and Uganda that have the courage to take a stand against the scourge of homosexuality infesting our world today.
Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#4 Jun 24, 2013
Sheik Yerbouti wrote:
No surprise. It's a third world country with an uneducated populace.
There are quite a bit of educated people in Jamaica, Sheik Yerbouti...for you not to know that shows how UNEDUCATED YOU ARE, kid!
Sheik Yerbouti

Furlong, PA

#5 Jun 24, 2013
Blacktigershark wrote:
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There are quite a bit of educated people in Jamaica, Sheik Yerbouti...for you not to know that shows how UNEDUCATED YOU ARE, kid!
Been there several times. A nation of drug addled dummies!!
Gary

Lund, Sweden

#6 Jun 24, 2013
Sheik Yerbouti wrote:
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Been there several times. A nation of drug addled dummies!!
You mean The United States right?
Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#8 Jun 24, 2013
Sheik Yerbouti wrote:
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Been there several times. A nation of drug addled dummies!!
Your above response tells me that you have NEVER been to Jamaica EVER! LOL!

IF ALL Jamaicans were dumb drug addicts, and you went there MORE than once, you are either revisiting Jamaica because you want to exploit dumb Jamaicans economically, through the sale of drugs, or through other means, OR you are a sexual predator, that thinks that Jamaicans are too dumb to lock your ass up when you get caught raping a little child, Sheik Yerbouti.

Too bad for you that you did your homework, and realized that Jamaicans are not dumb, drug addicted sex victims that are waiting for you to sodomize them...this is why you emigrated to America instead, huh poochie? You 'sheiking' your 'bouti' rod in little boys in America, pedophile?

Fuck off with your crooked self, rapist!
caribbean and proud

UK

#9 Jun 25, 2013
the nation of drugs is afghanistan and colombia and venezuela.

u never been to jamaica that s why ur talking shit.stay in ur country we don t need people like u in west indies.

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#10 Jun 25, 2013
caribbean and proud wrote:
the nation of drugs is afghanistan and colombia and venezuela.
u never been to jamaica that s why ur talking shit.stay in ur country we don t need people like u in west indies.
You sure like our Foreign Aid packages, though.

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#11 Jun 25, 2013
Nathan wrote:
I take comfort in knowing there are great countries like Jamaica, Russia and Uganda that have the courage to take a stand against the scourge of homosexuality infesting our world today.
"Scourge"?

How is that, exactly?
Mathis

Kansas City, MO

#12 Jun 25, 2013
snyper wrote:
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"Scourge"?
How is that, exactly?
Homosexuality is a disease and it's spreading and trying to infest the entire world. Thankfully most nations aren't allowing it! Thank God!
Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#13 Jun 25, 2013
snyper wrote:
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You sure like our Foreign Aid packages, though.
That's what you guys over there call it...isn't it supposed to be REPARATION payments?

;)
caribbean and proud

UK

#14 Jun 25, 2013
snyper
You sure like our Foreign Aid packages, though.

1/foreign are coming in jamaica and other caribbean countries for having sex with locals everybody knows about it. just go on the beach and u will see. it s disgusting.2/some foreign are coming to bring drugs in our beautiful islands 3/i hope the prime minister will stop to allow all people from all over the world to come in jamaica.4/some nations don t like black ppl and they coming to open business there.for me they don t have nothing to do in jamaica and w.indies because we are mixed race.in west indies we don t like racist,gays and lesbians it s not a secret.

Since: Mar 09

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#15 Jun 25, 2013
Mathis wrote:
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Homosexuality is a disease and it's spreading and trying to infest the entire world. Thankfully most nations aren't allowing it! Thank God!
A "disease"?

You kill people with Tuberculosis, too?

Or, is it possible that it's really just the killing that you like, and you're looking for someone new to do it to?

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#16 Jun 25, 2013
Blacktigershark wrote:
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That's what you guys over there call it...isn't it supposed to be REPARATION payments?
;)
To Jamaica? Who remains alive that is entitled to such?

Better take THAT up with the Brits.

In the meantime, I'm all for stopping Foreign Aid to Jamaica. We can see how all those very "educated" people you mention will fare on their own.

I wonder how long it will be before Jamaica goes looking for handouts somewhere else ... rather than using their education to build a real economy. What? No natural resources? Hasn't stopped Japan. They have to trade or starve.

A little less banana and a little more republic there, shortpants.
Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#17 Jun 25, 2013
caribbean and proud wrote:
snyper
You sure like our Foreign Aid packages, though.
1/foreign are coming in jamaica and other caribbean countries for having sex with locals everybody knows about it. just go on the beach and u will see. it s disgusting.2/some foreign are coming to bring drugs in our beautiful islands 3/i hope the prime minister will stop to allow all people from all over the world to come in jamaica.4/some nations don t like black ppl and they coming to open business there.for me they don t have nothing to do in jamaica and w.indies because we are mixed race.in west indies we don t like racist,gays and lesbians it s not a secret.
Actually, I should have said that the 'foreign aid' is also an indictment against these 'developed' countries for using Jamaica as their ammo dump, where they figure that they can sneak in and capitalize on Jamaica's assets, while the guns they flood Jamaica with plunder our island into lawlessness...sure THAT is what snyper meant by the West Indies liking our 'foreign aid' packages...

Tell you what, snyper...keep your guns and your foreign aid, and PAY RESTITUTION for all the guns that you have illegally shipped to the West Indies, and the victims of those guns, while also enacting new laws to restrict any further shipping to Central America, that is not transparent, and we'll forget that your country is the backer of global narcoterrorists, like Manuel Noriega and Lester Coke and Christopher Coke for examples, cool? Talk THAT over with your prez, douchebag!
Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#18 Jun 25, 2013
snyper wrote:
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To Jamaica? Who remains alive that is entitled to such?
Better take THAT up with the Brits.
In the meantime, I'm all for stopping Foreign Aid to Jamaica. We can see how all those very "educated" people you mention will fare on their own.
I wonder how long it will be before Jamaica goes looking for handouts somewhere else ... rather than using their education to build a real economy. What? No natural resources? Hasn't stopped Japan. They have to trade or starve.
A little less banana and a little more republic there, shortpants.
And as the kid sits back, drinking a beer, out of an aluminum can, thinking that he made a snappy comeback, he didn't realize that the bauxite that formed that can came from Jamaica. Wait...the raw sugar ALSO came from Jamaica...the bananas in his fruit basket also came from Jamaica! Shuckydarn, eh?

It is a sad state of affairs when some idiot does not understand the concept of REPARATION payments, because they simply think that the money should go to the surviving victims. IF you were educated enough, as you CLAIM to be over Jamaicans, snyper, you would have realized that the demand for reparations for Jamaica is a demand FOR JAMAICA, THE NATION, that is STILL in existence, snyper, NOT for the individual subjects. THAT is the case that Jamaica brings against its colonists. Because you are not well rehearsed in the process of litigation that Jamaica seeks out, let a Jamaican school you on some shit (probably a first for you, since you like to dive nose first into it most of the time, huh punk? LOL!)...Jamaica will make a case for reparations for slavery, that saw it former colonist, Britain, try to unfairly compensate the slaveowners with money and lands in Jamaica, while leaving the natives of Jamaica, AND THEIR DESCENDANTS, with NOTHING! Now...the intention of Jamaica bringing a case against Britain for this atrocity, and winning their case, would see Britain pay Jamaica a large sum of money, to which would be allocated to the Jamaican government, in order to REPAIR Jamaica from its agricultural, economical and physical exploitation.

Now, to give money to the Government of Jamaica may not be the BEST idea, however, I do like that idea better than the alternative, which would be nothing. America isn't off the hook either, snyper, but you wouldn't know that, because you don't know SHIT about Jamaica (unlike the shit you know and like to burrow your nostrils in, when it is a half inch deep in your boyfriend's ass!). Forget about the guns that America flooded Jamaica with in the 70's, courtesy of the C.I.A., in order to destabilize a democratically elected government in Jamaica, snyper? Of course you don't, because that is something you DON'T know about! Now, if I asked you what brand of shoes Elton John was wearing, and what colour Sir John's shoes were when he collaborated on a duet with Eminem, you would have that answer right back at me faster than your boyfriend would shoot his load in your lazy eye, right snyper? RIGHT!

How about you stick to talking about something that many of you LGBT bigots CLAIM to care about, which is the WELFARE of afflicted LGBT persons in other countries (in THIS case, LGBT Jamaicans), rather than talking shit about something you know nothing about! Answer me these two questions in your next post, snyper, if you dare...ONE - Do you know the gay activist organization in Jamaica, and TWO - How much money have YOU personally contributed to the aid and continued establishment of the gay activist organization in Jamaica?

If the answer to the SECOND question I asked you was ZILCH, then you NEED to STFU, because that would simply make you a DISGRACE to the LGBT community, and your further criticisms of Jamaica does nothing to help the LGBT Jamaicans you claim to be advocating for (as, if Jamaica was seen by some of you LGBT bigots as being TOLERANT of LGBT Jamaicans, we wouldn't be having this discussion, right?)!

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#19 Jun 26, 2013
My last nextdoor neighbor was FROM Jamaica. We talked a lot over dinner, lunch, or just drinks on the porch. Smart guy. MBA from Cornell.

My views come from him. There are reasons he came to the US. From what I can gather, perspectives like yours was among them.

Get back to me when Jamaica starts manufacturing it's first motorcycle from scratch.
Blacktigershark

Edmonton, Canada

#20 Jun 26, 2013
snyper wrote:
My last nextdoor neighbor was FROM Jamaica. We talked a lot over dinner, lunch, or just drinks on the porch. Smart guy. MBA from Cornell.
My views come from him. There are reasons he came to the US. From what I can gather, perspectives like yours was among them.
Get back to me when Jamaica starts manufacturing it's first motorcycle from scratch.
Develop UNBIASED views of Jamaica of your own...stop adopting views of Jamaica that you get from strangers!

In saying that your last next-door neighbour was from Jamaica, you are not saying that your last next-door neighbour WAS JAMAICAN, are you, snyper? It really doesn't matter anyway, because if you are trying to say that the reason your last next-door neighbour came to America, was because of tolerant Jamaicans like myself, then I guess an intolerant America is the PERFECT place for your last next-door neighbour.

It would figure though that the person you say was your next-door neighbour from Jamaica is NOW no longer your next-door neighbour...GO FIGURE!

(:

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#21 Jun 26, 2013
Blacktigershark wrote:
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Develop UNBIASED views of Jamaica of your own...stop adopting views of Jamaica that you get from strangers!
In saying that your last next-door neighbour was from Jamaica, you are not saying that your last next-door neighbour WAS JAMAICAN, are you, snyper? It really doesn't matter anyway, because if you are trying to say that the reason your last next-door neighbour came to America, was because of tolerant Jamaicans like myself, then I guess an intolerant America is the PERFECT place for your last next-door neighbour.
It would figure though that the person you say was your next-door neighbour from Jamaica is NOW no longer your next-door neighbour...GO FIGURE!
(:
N yah, he be'en Jamaica mon. Graduated cum laude from Cornell, and got his MBA at Columbia. He was not a reparationist.

I'm now (semi)retired in rural Ireland. Things are cheaper here than in California.

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