Extradited Scammers Just The Tip Of The Iceberg: Government Vision-less…

The sight of 8 Jamaicans cuffed and shack­led under the watch­ful eye of United States Federal law Enforcement Officials should be a wake up call for Jamaicans of all stripes.
One of the things Jamaicans cher­ish most is the idea of our right to self deter­mi­na­tion, auton­o­my and most of all our sov­er­eign­ty.
The idea of Jamaicans shack­led and cuffed leav­ing our shores to face Justice abroad should wake even the most intel­lec­tu­al­ly indo­lent to the fact that our world has become expo­nen­tial­ly more inter­con­nect­ed.
As a con­se­quence actions tak­en by our Nationals at a home will have seri­ous con­se­quences abroad even though he/​she may have nev­er set foot out­side Jamaica.

These are the real­i­ties of today and the inter­con­nect­ed nature of our world is not unrav­el­ing despite Brexit or the rise of white Nationalism across Europe and the United States.

This writer takes no pride in say­ing I told you so . I would rather that Jamaican offi­cials move stri­dent­ly and deci­sive­ly to choke off the avenues of crim­i­nal­i­ty which are forc­ing Jamaicans to engage in these prac­tices.
It may rea­son­ably be argued that the incred­i­bly poor gov­er­nance which the nations lead­ers have pro­vid­ed since 1962 has forced our peo­ple into lives of crime with Government’s silent acqui­es­cence.

Christopher Coke being tak­en away by US Federal Agents..

Because of the Interconnected nature of our world transna­tion­al crimes like the lot­to scam (wire fraud) are being com­mit­ted across con­ti­nents.
This makes vic­tims of cit­i­zens of coun­tries the per­pe­tra­tors have nev­er set foot on.
With the ease of which large sums of monies can change hands these days in a mat­ter of min­utes the task of track­ing , appre­hend­ing and bring transna­tion­al crim­i­nals to jus­tice takes on added sig­nif­i­cance.

Jamaica’s oblig­a­tions to International char­ters and oth­er agree­ments makes it manda­to­ry that it adheres to, and hon­or law­ful request by oth­er mem­ber states when our nation­als have com­mit­ted crimes against their cit­i­zens.

For years this writer has warned that this would be hap­pen­ing . For years I wrote that if Jamaica refus­es to put in place strin­gent and effec­tive meth­ods to cur­tail the ram­pant crim­i­nal­i­ty in the soci­ety oth­ers will do it for us, and we will not be hap­py about the way they do it.

If the Tivoli incur­sion which led to Christopher (dudus) Coke’s even­tu­al arrest in 2010 and the oth­er instances of Jamaicans leav­ing in cuffs to face real jus­tice over­seas is not warn­ing enough,the new batch of 8 won’t make a dif­fer­ence to the brain dead.
Unfortunately for Jamaica this is only the tip of the ice­berg, this prac­tice will be stepped up with alarm­ing alacrity.

Alleged Scammer being led to air­plane .

We under­stand that as much as 500 more are to be extra­dit­ed for their parts in this scam.
The num­ber of Jamaicans leav­ing in chains will even­tu­al­ly start resem­bling the images of our fore-par­ents com­ing to the west­ern world hun­dreds of years ago.

The dif­fer­ence being that our ances­tors were guilt­less.
If you don’t dis­ci­pline your chil­dren soci­ety pro­vides a penal sys­tem to dis­ci­pline them for you.
Refusing to pay seri­ous atten­tion to crime, and unwar­rant­ed inter­fer­ence in law enforce­ment by Jamaica’s polit­i­cal lead­ers (many , crim­i­nals them­selves) have seri­ous­ly erod­ed the rule of law and placed our coun­try pre­cip­i­tous­ly close to being a failed state despite the noise to the con­trary.

Lax law enforce­ment and a lack of seri­ous­ness about crime has served to attract crim­i­nals to our coun­try rather than repel them.
In fact Jamaicans liv­ing abroad who play by their host coun­try’s rules delib­er­ate­ly break Jamaica’s law once they step off a plane at either of the Island’s two International Airports.

Lotto scam­mer 28-year-old Damion Barrett of Norwood, St. James being led away to be flown out of the Island.

Like flies to feces crim­i­nals flock to places where they are allowed to com­mit crimes with the least chance they will be held account­able.

We now see Jamaica attract­ing crim­i­nals from Europe and oth­er parts of the world , includ­ing Chinese crim­i­nals who would be sum­mar­i­ly exe­cut­ed if the crimes they com­mit in Jamaica were com­mit­ted in China..

We also see a pro­lif­er­a­tion of Mosques in our coun­try.
This does not mean that Muslims are all killers who blow up places, but where they go we can also see that those who share some aspects of the faith also attach them­selves to those locales with the intent to do harm to oth­ers.

Just Another Day Of Grenades And Dead Cops Welcome To Jamaica..


Jamaica’s lead­er­ship can be stuck on stu­pid or they can cast off the unsus­tain­able man­tle of empa­thy, aid and com­fort they have afford­ed crim­i­nals in the past and begin to under­stand the seri­ous­ness of the times and the con­se­quences to our nation’s sur­vival in an ever chang­ing world.
This is not alarmist by any stretch of the imag­i­na­tion, those who think it is, should talk to the police offi­cers who were faced with grenade toss­ing crim­i­nals a few weeks ago.

women are not immune

There is noth­ing sov­er­eign about a coun­try’s nation­als being tak­en out of that coun­try to face tri­al in anoth­er.

Now I want you all to pic­ture this .
Imagine 500 Jamaicans being tak­en out in hand­cuffs.
They nev­er set foot in the United States but the crimes they com­mit­ted involved Americans.
On that basis they are removed , tried and sen­tenced and sent to prison only to add to the list of depor­tees already flood­ing the Island.

As if that is not scary enough, now imag­ine ter­ror­ists com­ing to our coun­try as a result of our lax atti­tude toward crime.
They set up shop so they can car­ry out attacks against America’s Interests or Canadian, French, British or any oth­er Nation’s inter­ests.

How do you think those nations are going to respond to Bombings which kill their nation­als?

It behoove Jamaica’s lead­ers to pull their heads from their ass­es and stop lis­ten­ing to the Elitist and the ego-mani­a­cal lit­tle kings they cre­at­ed to talk about human rights.

It’s time to take the steps Jamaica must take to end this non­sense before it engulfs every­one and turn our coun­try into a ter­ror­ists waste­land.
What exact­ly is the rea­son behind Jamaica’s polit­i­cal lead­ers refusal to deal effec­tive­ly with crime ?

Even with the pas­sage of new leg­is­la­tion sup­posed to send a mes­sage to orga­nized crim­i­nals, con­vic­tions result in J$2000’000 fines or 6 months impris­on­ment.
Conversely those extra­dit­ed to the United States are sen­tenced to twen­ty years for their part in the same crimes.

Clearly the law­mak­ers are doing the nation’s law abid­ing cit­i­zens a ter­ri­ble dis-ser­vice which will have dev­as­tat­ing con­se­quences in the not too dis­tant future.
Pretty soon we will have reached a point of no return.

2 thoughts on “Extradited Scammers Just The Tip Of The Iceberg: Government Vision-less…

  1. This is what the Jamaican sys­tem cul­ti­vat­ed by destroy­ing the youngest minds in our midst and those who escaped from the trapped, tricked, and acco­lades of being a crim­i­nal look at these Jamaicanswith dis­dain and scorn.

    The polit­i­cal lead­er­ship, elit­ists, and oth­er influ­en­tial peo­ple in the Jamaican soci­ety are respon­si­ble for the destruc­tion of these lives going to anoth­er man’s coun­try to face Justice. Dr. Carolyn Gomes for the past twen­ty four years or so is the biggest archi­tect for crim­i­nal­i­ty and because it has the sup­port of the polit­i­cal mis­lead­ers. The poor peo­ple grav­i­tate to it.

    When the young men would lis­ten or read the news that a man who is the most want­ed man in Jamaica for mur­ders, rapes, rob­beries, shoot­ing et al is giv­en a gov­ern­ment con­tract and in the end he was able to build his own vil­lage in a dis­trict. The same want­ed man has the cell phone num­bers for cab­i­net min­is­ters and spoke with them all the time. The late Donovan Bennett oth­er­wise called Bulbie.

    Jamaicans enroute to face American Justice. I am of the opin­ion that these accused per­sons are not at fault for their actions. Its the Jamaican gov­ern­men­t’s fault in cul­ti­vat­ing a cul­ture of crim­i­nal­i­ty and then these peo­ple think that they can do it out­side the shores of Jamaica.

    Now, they are going to see that out­side of Jamaica’s sys­tem there is a dif­fer­ent world where you get pun­ish for your crimes.

    These are the real role mod­els of Jamaica’s sys­tem of crim­i­nal­i­ty pays in Jamaica. But when you mess­es with white peo­ple’s cit­i­zens, they are going to make sure that your crimes are going to be pun­ish severe­ly in their Justice sys­tem.

    Looking for­ward to see­ing the num­bers of mad scam­mers com­ing back from American pris­ons. When they are through with them in America, they won’t even have use or val­ue to them­selves. Pure mad peo­ple with psy­cho­log­i­cal defi­cien­cies!

    The elit­ists and the politi­cians in Jamaica are respon­si­ble for the destruc­tion, demise, and set­up of these peo­ple to make them feel like crim­i­nal­i­ty is cel­e­brat­ed world­wide! Jamaica is an island with dif­fer­ent val­ue sys­tems.

    Jamaica is like a Academy or uni­ver­si­ty for crim­i­nals and the judges are like the pro­fes­sors. The polit­i­cal mis­lead­ers, elit­ists, Uptowners, and the poor are their con­stituents.

    To be pop­u­lar, revered, and laud­ed in Jamaica the firth and fore­most thing to do is to embrace crim­i­nal­i­ty­pub­licly by big­ging up some mur­der­ers and dons; and most impor­tant­ly the police force are your ene­my. Every police offi­cers are to be killed and the cop killer (s) are revered, laud­ed, and cel­e­brat­ed.

    Finally, my heart aches for them because in their minds they thought that they were cham­pi­ons of the poor and them­selves. Not know­ing that they were in fact break­ing the laws of anoth­er coun­try. The Jamaican elit­ists, politi­cians, gov­ern­ment, and its sys­tem failed these peo­ple. Prayers can­not help them now! Jamaica is a crim­i­nal’s par­adise in the Caribbean Sea and the Somalia in the mak­ing.

  2. Looking for­ward to see­ing the num­bers of mad scam­mers com­ing back from American pris­ons. When they are through with them in America, they won’t even have use or val­ue to them­selves. Pure mad peo­ple with psy­cho­log­i­cal defi­cien­cies!

    We miss this dis­tinct fact to our per­il.

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