Smart Nations Deal Decisively With Terrorists ‚Jamaica Creates Ways To Protect Them From Law Enforcement..

Given nor­mal con­di­tions in which crime needs to be brought under con­trol, police offi­cers grap­ple with ways to pre­vent crime through deter­rence, through force of their pres­ence and in sit­u­a­tions where inci­dences of crim­i­nal­i­ty occur nonethe­less, they inves­ti­gate and arrest offend­ers.

That is man­ag­ing crime.
There are sev­er­al lev­els of crime, most law enforce­ment offi­cials, past and present will attest to the dis­tinct fact that; left to fes­ter crime is a can­cer­ous tumor which nev­er gets bet­ter with­out being reme­died, will not self-cor­rect, and it nev­er gets fixed by apply­ing the wrong anti­dote.

US anti-ter­ror police

Given time crime becomes unman­age­able and will invari­ably need cau­ter­i­za­tion or ampu­ta­tion.
This is so as in an infect­ed part of the body which is left to fes­ter, even­tu­al­ly, the infec­tion will dic­tate the need for dras­tic action as a mat­ter of urgency or sure death will fol­low.
By the time it reach­es that stage the body will cer­tain­ly lose a limb or suf­fer severe trau­ma as a result of the neg­li­gence.

Let’s take Jamaica’s sit­u­a­tion for exam­ple.
We have a bunch of politi­cians and oth­er lead­ers who are as pre­ten­tious as the sun will rise tomor­row. Never mind the gen­er­al pop­u­la­tion which is large­ly too dumb to real­ize the debil­i­tat­ing effect crime is hav­ing on their lives and that of their chil­dren and gen­er­a­tions to come.
They glo­ri­fy crime and tell you just look at the tourist arrival num­bers.
If this met­ric was­n’t so sim­plis­tic and down­right retard­ed it would be laugh­able.

Tactical Jamaican police team

That nar­ra­tive will cer­tain­ly dis­ap­pear, real soon, we recent­ly learned that sev­er­al cruise ship oper­a­tors will not be stop­ping at the Falmouth pier any­more.
Wow !!!
Visitors are fed up with the aggres­sive atti­tude of peo­ple when they dis­em­bark the ships.
Oh, wait, “crime deh ebery weh an dem mus expec seh peo­ple a gu try sell dem tings.”
The only prob­lem with that the­o­ry is that they have the mon­ey Jamaicans need so they will take that mon­ey else­where.

The polit­i­cal lead­ers are large­ly crim­i­nal cod­dling oppor­tunists and in some cas­es plain crim­i­nals them­selves.
Other sec­tors with and with­out pow­er are heav­i­ly invest­ed in crime. From the board­rooms to the under­tak­ers to the hard­ware store, from the sound sys­tem oper­a­tors to the pul­pit and even the hus­tlers’ mur­der is a way of life.

THE CONSEQUENCES OF CRIMINAL CODDLING.

And now we are here a coun­try at war with itself, a pseu­do civ­il war some may argue. The mul­ti­ple shoot­ings and dead bod­ies each day tell a dif­fer­ent sto­ry, noth­ing pseu­do about those num­bers.
Absolutely noth­ing pseu­do about the real­i­ty of this head­line in one of the dai­ly pub­li­ca­tion.

SECURITY FORCES FORM CRIME BUFFER IN WEST KINGSTONhttp://​www​.jamaicaob​serv​er​.com/​l​a​t​e​s​t​n​e​w​s​/​S​e​c​u​r​i​t​y​_​f​o​r​c​e​s​_​f​o​r​m​_​c​r​i​m​e​_​b​u​f​f​e​r​_​i​n​_​W​e​s​t​_​K​i​n​g​s​t​o​n​?​p​r​o​f​i​l​e​=​1​228

The prob­lem with the head­line is the head­line itself.
The secu­ri­ty forces are not form­ing a crime buffer, they are plac­ing their bod­ies between war­ring mili­tias.

According to the (OBSERVER) Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) Major Basil Jarrett says that both the police and sol­diers have strate­gi­cal­ly locat­ed troops in key hot spots across the coun­try, act­ing as a buffer between rival gangs. “Right now, we have a tense sit­u­a­tion in Denham Town and Tivoli Gardens as rival gangs grap­ple for own­er­ship and con­trol of turf in West Kingston,” said Jarrett in giv­ing an exam­ple of the strate­gic posi­tion­ing.

These men have no reluc­tance to attack each oth­er in the com­mu­ni­ty and so our pres­ence forces them to recon­sid­er and reassess their options. As we have seen, this has by no means removed their deter­mi­na­tion to shoot at and kill each oth­er, but with our troops on the ground, it does make it a bit more dif­fi­cult for them.” The pres­ence of the secu­ri­ty forces in the com­mu­ni­ties has not only com­pro­mised the activ­i­ties of the rival fac­tions, but has also led to fre­quent con­tact between sol­diers, police, and crim­i­nals.

Just last night there was con­tact between a JDF patrol team and gun­men in the vicin­i­ty of Tulip Lane, Denham Town when gun­men opened fire on the patrol team. Fortunately, no inno­cent civil­ians were hurt in the exchange but this demon­strates the frus­tra­tion of the gun­men and their will­ing­ness to engage us as a result of our inter­fer­ing pres­ence”.

South Korean spe­cial police offi­cers descend the stairs from sub­way sta­tion dur­ing an anti-ter­ror exer­cise as part of Ulchi Freedom Guardian or UFG in Seoul, South Korea.

Jarrett com­ment quote ” this demon­strates the frus­tra­tion of the gun­men and their will­ing­ness to engage us as a result of our inter­fer­ing pres­ence”. 
That he would char­ac­ter­ize the pres­ence of the secu­ri­ty forces from the mili­ti­a’s per­spec­tive as “inter­fer­ing,” should be lost on no one.
In light of that char­ac­ter­i­za­tion, one is tempt­ed to ask ratio­nal­ly who is in charge, the gov­ern­ment or the mili­tias?

The world will know the answer to that and oth­er ques­tions soon enough as the pre­ten­tious Jamaican lead­er­ship and peo­ple con­tin­ue to pre­tend this is nor­mal,
Nothing to see here it’s just crime/.Yah stu­pid­ly pre­ten­tious is just plain stu­pid the joke is on no one but the pre­tenders.
Other coun­tries are doing what they must to deal with their ter­ror­ism.
Jamaica in the mean­time is active­ly engaged in a sys­tem­at­ic pat­tern of pre­tense.

Britain the sup­posed mod­el of human rights Jamaica clam­ors to emu­late did not hes­i­tate to send out hun­dreds of well-trained robo­cops after ter­ror­ists struck.
And look they actu­al­ly are wear­ing face masks.
God for­bid, that Jamaican secu­ri­ty forces were to wear face masks to pro­tect their fam­i­lies from reprisals from ter­ror­ists.
The self-right­eous frauds would be all indig­nant in vile con­dem­na­tion.

Other coun­tries send their best troops and police to erad­i­cate Terrorists from their midst, Jamaica pre­tends that the mer­ci­less killers who slaugh­ter men women and chil­dren are choir boys wor­thy of social inter­ven­tion.
Given this stu­pid non­sen­si­cal atti­tude, it will only be a mat­ter of time until the secu­ri­ty forces will not have the pow­er to stand as a buffer between these war­ring fac­tions.
If events of 2010 are any­thing to go by this lit­tle Island is in for a rude awakening,.The ques­tion is what will remain after the shit hits the fan?