Across The World A New Dark Global Order Taking Shape Part #1

The seri­ous­ness of the mur­der may­hem in Jamaica is being aid­ed and abet­ted by the print and elec­tron­ic media, which is [not] report­ing in a ful­some way, the total­i­ty of the killings tak­ing place.
This medi­um has more than enough evi­dence that proves deci­sive­ly, that the num­ber of killings occur­ring dai­ly is not mak­ing it into the news­pa­pers, their online pub­li­ca­tions nor the elec­tron­ic media in Jamaica.
Whether or not there is a con­spir­a­cy of sorts to sup­press the num­ber of peo­ple being killed I can­not say.
Nevertheless, I find it curi­ous at best, that the Police cor­po­rate Communications Arm puts out bul­letins on the crimes being com­mit­ted, yet some mur­ders do not make it into the news­pa­pers or onto the Television screens, but fluff, non­sen­si­cal polit­i­cal pos­tur­ing, and gib­ber­ish does.


On any giv­en day the online ver­sion of the Gleaner looks like a for­eign pub­li­ca­tion. There are more sto­ries about Brexit and old gob­bly-gook sto­ries from abroad, mixed in with ques­tions to Bounty Killer than there are actu­al sto­ries on rel­e­vant events hap­pen­ing in Jamaica.
For its part, the Observer is some­what bet­ter, but just bare­ly.
The thick influ­ence of sto­ries from over­seas seems to mir­ror Jamaican’s lust for all things American, good or bad.
The idea that mur­ders and oth­er vio­lent crimes are treat­ed with such lack of angst, leaves open the idea that maybe, just maybe, the num­ber of killings being report­ed to the Police is not the full sto­ry of the mur­ders being com­mit­ted.
We already know that a lot of vio­lent felonies do not make it to the police, peo­ple are either too scared to report them to author­i­ties, or they take mat­ters into their own hands.
For that rea­son, there is enough space to argue that we are not get­ting the full sto­ry of vio­lent deaths in the coun­try.
Shockingly, Jamaica at this time has the dubi­ous dis­tinc­tion of being num­ber two with mur­ders on the glob­al stage. If we were to have a more accu­rate foren­sic account­ing of the num­ber of homi­cides being com­mit­ted, includ­ing vic­tims who do not die imme­di­ate­ly after being assault­ed, the coun­try’s plac­ing on that dubi­ous stage would most cer­tain­ly change for the worse.

It seems to me that there is a sys­temic move­ment afoot across the globe for lead­ers in posi­tions of pow­er to straight-for­ward­ly abdi­cate their oaths to pro­tect and defend the con­sti­tu­tions of their respec­tive states.
Greed and the desire to gain and hold onto pow­er has lit­er­al­ly [trumped] the duty to adhere to prin­ci­ples and to hon­or their oaths.
Whether It is the United States Senate abdi­ca­tion of its con­sti­tu­tion­al duty which most believe is immi­nent, or the seri­ous crim­i­nal charges lev­eled against Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel, be it the Brexit débâ­cle or events in Venezuela and oth­er cap­i­tals, it seems that the sky is cer­tain­ly falling.


Jamaica, a tiny speck on the geo­graph­i­cal stage is cer­tain­ly expe­ri­enc­ing some of the same char­ac­ter­is­tics which are plagu­ing its larg­er con­tem­po­raries.
I am old enough to remem­ber changes on a glob­al scale, the falling of the Berlin Wall, the dis­man­tling of the Soviet Union, China’s rise to a glob­al pow­er pow­er­house. I believe we will see anoth­er shift after all this, which will set­tle the world into a new glob­al order.
Unfortunately for the cit­i­zens of this plan­et, it does not seem that it will be a glob­al order built on truth and hon­or, but an order in which the pow­er­ful takes full con­trol of all our lives.

Mike Beckles is a for­mer Jamaican police Detective cor­po­ral, busi­ness­man, researcher, and blog­ger. 
He is a black achiev­er hon­oree, and pub­lish­er of the blog chatt​-​a​-box​.com. 
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