Has the Jamaica Government turned Island into a Pimpers Paradise?

Steel Pulse Earth Crisis


On August 9th I was invited to a small gathering around the Launching of a new compilation of 20 something essays on the Jamaican experience in Canada. It was a nice gathering and reinforced the over standing that there is a wealth of mental resources outside of the Island. A lot of positive information was shared about the best way to reach back, African style and extend an helping hand to those we can help. As well as the need to strengthen our base in Canada, we talked about some of the ills that has befallen the Island.

During a discussion with  a sister, I was shocked to hear that the Jamaican government was selling off and had sold off some of our natural resources. Resources such as certain stretches of beach, was something I had heard years ago, along with the inevitable fencing off of these same beaches from the citizen. What really shocked me was that they were thinking of selling the Dunn’s River Falls, one of the Major tourist attraction of Jamaica. I remember in 2008, under Portia Simpson, when a big to was created when she was allowing ALCO to do Bauxite mining in the Cockpit country and the International uproar is caused. Due to the fact that my ex-wife was from Falmouth, we had connected to several expatriate to start a movement to get that idiot to back off with that nonsense. After the international scrutiny became to glaring, she did back off, but did not give word that she was shutting down any thoughts of this happening. Low and behold after her tenure was interrupted by the Golden administration, I see she is back to selling off the Island to the highest bidder. Of course this weak ass excuse for a hue man being cared less that Bauxite Mining threatens the Integrity of Cockpit Country’s unique biological and cultural heritage.

 Resources In Jamaica are any materials that man finds useful in this environment. It is important to note that man must first find the material useful. Both corn and wheat grew as wild grasses, only becoming resources when man started to use them as food. The light woods of the Jereton and Dalli trees were not used by man until it was discovered that they made ideal wood for pencils and matches they became resources. Clay forms a poor agricultural resource, but an excellent resource in the brick-making industry. Jamaica natural resources are very important to the countries future success.   http://www.jamaicafarm.com.jm/resources.htm

Stop Selling Our Natural Resources!                 NATIONAL LAND POLICY OF JAMAICA, PDF

The bauxite/Cockpit Country dilemma   NO Mining in Cockpit country


Cockpit Country Jamaica

Save Jamaica’s Blue Lagoon

Some people actually believe this to be true


In other News

(Thanks to reader Kwame Piankhi for sending me these klinks)

This bitch needs to tell the Knee-grow puppet that the world is on to his game Hillary Clinton’s morally superior speech in Africa was deluded

Calling it AFRICOM doesn’t negate the fact that colonialism and Imperialism is still the stated goal: The Doctor’s Report

Africa Just Says “Nein” To The US Dollar:

From Jamaica we get this piece of item: Boys-Oriented Curriculum Being Pursued For Sept