Gordon Swaby

What is PRIORITY for Jamaica, not oil,not food

Jamaican Flag, Gordon SwabyEvery other country has taken a hands on approach for dealing with problems regarding oil and food, but not crime…certainly not crime; except for that country called Jamaica. Our fight against crime is a hopeless battle. With all the intellectual trying to find a solution to the problem, all the math, all the crime plans compiled every year, all the billions of dollars pumped in to make a difference, still nothing, it’s as if we’re trying to extinguish  a fire with kerosene oil and not water…only making it worse.

Why can’t we defeat these backward and stupid criminals who can barely spell there names?, they know no math, no English, no physics, no nothing, but still we have a problem eradicating them. The answer to this is simple; the real problem isn’t the criminals, the real problem is the people who were given the task of fighting these criminals…the people on the “Inside”.

Of course, you have the police who get real aggressive like the criminals, these police kill as many of these dogs as much as these dogs kill innocent people, tit for tat…but when this happens the Human Rights group are all over it, when the defenders of our country are killed, you don’t hear the Human Rights screaming out…no, only when the bad people are being slaughtered do you hear them, sad…real sad; they should rename themselves the Criminal Rights Group, because that’s exactly what they are.

Every instance where some sort of solution to the crime problem is about to bare fruit, it’s instantly smashed. I lift my hat to you Hardley Lewin, you tried your best, but with bastards fighting against you i did not expect much. And you Mr. Golding…You dissapoint me.

Written by Gordon Swaby

Gordon Swaby

Founder and CEO of social learning service EduFocal.com. I’m passionate about technology, the internet and the use of technology in education. I am a recipient of Governor General’s Youth Award, the PSOJ’s 50 Under 50 Award, The commonwealth Youth Award and many others.

Lovingly made on Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008 at 9:04 pm. Filed under Jamaica/Politics, Personal, Uncategorized.

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  • http://experienceaurie.wordpress.com Aurie

    I certainly can identify with your anger. It is quite grave now how there is no political and tactical resolve to really stem this awful tide of violence.

  • Rmak

    U hit the nail on the head there’s so much that can be done but it does’nt seem to be in the best interest of the powers that be to change it. Sometimes i wonder if its because some of these people with the power to change this approach to crime would be behind bars themselves

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