In the Parliament two days ago the Prime Minister of Jamaica said that no one would successfully accuse neither he nor his Administration of abusing the rights of the Jamaican people.
A noble comment to come from a politician, considering that politicians can hardly be trusted to be judicious with the power they are given.
Before you celebrate the Prime Minister, however, I urge you to pause just for a second as I outline the context under which he made the statement and outline the impracticality of that statement when juxtaposed against the nation’s present crime reality.
The honorable Prime Minister was responding to the infantile heckling in the people’s house from a member of the Opposition PNP regarding the recent court ruling on the National Identification and Registration Act 2017.
The tragedy inherent for Jamaica, is that the Opposition PNP in its glee to sabotage the Administration and regain power has no compunction about throwing the Jamaican people to the wolves, and certainly is unconcerned about the ongoing loss of lives or the fact that the National Identification and Registration Act 2017 could potentially be a tool for good.
Likewise, the Governing Administration of the JLP and Prime Minister Andrew Holness are not particularly perturbed about the daily slaughter of the Jamaican people.
What the Holness Administration is concerned about is perception.
Now, I would like to speak to the Prime Minister’s statement in response to the PNP’s gleeful behavior regarding the court’s decision.
Before I do I must point out to the Jamaican people who read these pages, to understand that the People’s National Party has one objective and that is to regain state power.
The PNP will sabotage the government you elected and it will subvert the process under the guise that it cares about your rights when what it actually wants is to keep the country backward and in the dark ages, ripe for its own manipulation.
There is much that the present Administration has to be proud of. The Jamaican stock market is being celebrated as among the best if not the best in the world. As a consequence, the Island’s bright young and articulate Finance Minister Nigel Clarke has been making the rounds and taking victory laps on American Television recently.
The modest 2% growth rate the Island’s economy is experiencing is a far cry from the 0.02% under the PNP, and for that, the Administration must be credited.
Additionally, for the first time in my lifetime, there has been a budget presentation to the Jamaican people in which no new onerous taxation has been imposed on the overburdened taxpayers.
Accordingly, more Jamaicans are able to find employment and the Tourism sector is experiencing unprecedented levels of visitors.
But like in the United States in which the stock market has been on a tear and more people are able to find work those indices, though good for the spreadsheets does not reflect what’s happening to the ordinary everyday citizen.
What the Prime Minister is missing is that as focused as he is on the balance sheet, there is another balance sheet that he has ignored by which he will be judged, regardless of what the economic numbers end up saying.
What the Prime Minister has consistently missed, is that we are living in a different time.
A time which is far removed from the indoctrination he and others, including the bunch of frauds who pretend to be human rights activists, received from the (UWI).
Andrew Holness’ [Commissioner] who speaks on behalf of the Police, equally misguided, recently declared that he believes he will see the day in which all police officers will be human rights activists
As I outlined in a previous Article, Antony Anderson lacks the most basic, yet fundamental understanding of what constitutes a police officer. Because he has never been one, and the circles in which he has operated all his life has been hostile to those who actually enforce the nation’s laws.
As such, his statement should be ignored, if it did not carry such dangerous significance for the Jamaican people.
Every person who steps forth with the right mindset to becoming a police officer is already a human rights activist.
There is no greater sacrifice that any man could give than to lay down his life for his brother.
Every police officer who dons a uniform knows that he/she may be killed solely on the basis of being a police officer.
That he/she may become a sacrifice for others they have never met.
Tell me then which mouthpiece which parrots [human rights] in our country has made that sacrifice?
Which one of the glorified frauds who pontificate about human rights, has ever been killed defending the rights of others?
And so I say shut your mouths about Human Rights.
No greater right has anyone man than the right to life. On that note, the Government, Opposition and the litany of frauds in that fraternity have been exposed for what they are, liars and deceivers.
The daily slaughter of the Jamaican people while the Opposition PNP tries to score political points, and the GOVERNMENT refuses to do what it is constitutionally obligated to do, is a searing indictment of the corrosive complicity and moral decadence of the two political parties.
They know that what the Nation faces with the heavily armed gags have long passed just a crime problem.
They know that this is existential, not just to the people but to the state itself.
Unfortunately, for the Jamaican people, both the JLP and PNP are more concerned with holding and acquiring state power and the potential derivatives from the same, than they are about the daily shedding of innocent blood.
They duplicitously conspire to fool the people that police officers asking to enter their premises are abusing their rights are in essence abusing their rights.
In the same vein, they are conspicuously silent when the gangs invade and murder entire families.
It is the most blatant example of hypocrisy and a barefaced assault on the dignity and intelligence of the people.
Andrew Holness, Peter Phillips, their minions, and their anti-Jamaican friends in the Human rights fraternity has perpetrated on the Jamaican people a dangerous fraud.
A fraud which is costing the lives of more than (5)Jamaicans each day.
Regardless of the economic numbers, imagine just how well Jamaica could be doing if these two major Political-gangs did not have the Island in the death throes of a stranglehold.
Imagine if Jamaicans had the confidence to return home confident in their safety.
Imagine if investors were confident enough to return and invest thereby providing our young people with employment which offered a living wage.
Imagine that employment opportunities were not just Chinese employment, which is taking us inexorably back into another form of bonded servitude.
How in God’s name can a whole group of people who claim to be educated, be so blind, deaf, and dumb?