S.O.E. (State of Emergency) a gwaan a MoBay and dat nuh stop shoot out at a funeral. Deceased…………..according to the article one area leader. I rest my case. Funeral tun up an based on what a gwaan di powers of be nuh tink sey fi stalk out di funeral????? Dem nuh fraid a nuh S.O.E. an as long as wi form fool wid how wi deal wid tings, tings ago continue fi run wi. Under normal circumstances u shoulda fraid like puss fi even tink fi draw gun with di soldier dem ina di parish. But no man, wha wi a deal wid pon di Roc a nuh ordinary sinting. Yet our leaders are posturing with speeches with our protectors lined up in queue as if the beings we are dealing with are ‘normal’. Tandeh nuh call it for what it is.
Big headline highlighting the latest………………..14-16 years old are the killers and their ruthlessness, coldness and no limits approach has the High Command in a quandary. Hello, hello, wake up, wake up…………………why the dilemma? If pickney a born like whoa under hostile, dysfunctional circumstances, what exactly do you expect. Pickney a born minus father once the belly start show and full disappearance wen mother a cuss fi monie fi look after di pickney. Are you expecting decency, decorum and dignity from datdeh biography? True there have been exceptions to the rule, but that was den and now is now. Nuh better nah come from demdeh reality and it is time those elected stop entertain the bag a fantasy proposals, speeches and miracle talk and chop off the root of this disease spreading across the Island like wild fire.
Bring in the psychologists who can tell you what the juveniles fear most and bring it to them. If it is they do not fear death and have no intention of living beyond 25 years of age, then I really do not think you need a brain surgeon or rocket scientist to tell you what must be done. Attorney’s quote the constitution…………….Laws must be reinforced in like manner laws and the constitution can be amended to exclude and include acts befitting the times.
Government need to wok. Dash wey di ole summen dem oono a quote and create a set of laws where in 5-10 years we can clean up this country with not only crime. Also deal with social responsibility by making households’ wedda board house or tenant living accountable for the broods they procreate. If government is expected to pick up the pieces when displacement occurs, then write the law that will deal with consequences. If a man and woman who is conscious of their role in society makes the decision to have 1, but no more than 2 children based on their finances. Why do we accept the unconscious mind-set of those who caan only hol down a wok for 2 days, have out dem lot or close to it. Den di said lot start pick up gun from age 9-10 turning killers at age 14-16 years of age. Foolishness…………………..damn foolishness………
Government must run their country and not be dictated to by outside forces when those very said forces are doing all they can to maintain law and order in their respective countries. Stand up and not because you get monie and a payback loan you are going to listen to those who do not live in this environment, whose justice system appears to work in their favour than our very own for many reasons, on how to police our State.
55 years of Independence with a nation more educated than ever how in all decency can we jump and prance when we should have been way ahead with what we had. How did we end up where we are? Oh yes…………..crime is global. However, one cannot disregard that our moral decay, pride in becoming a decent member of society has been eroded by elements, manipulation by those seeking power inevitably created an environment where ‘donmanship’ was allowed to flourish. The sole purpose of which was to further their own cause. What we do know if you live long enough is that which you controlled eventually becomes the controller of you. Who is now intimidated?????
The price we pay and will continue to pay will indeed be a hefty one. Until the laws change we will be fighting a losing battle. Rights will not be what we want them to be. If you are not prepared to give something up, then do not expect a difference. We are truly reaping what we have sown.
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Murder at funeral in St James, pregnant woman among 4 injured
(Jamaica Observer) Sunday, January 21, 2018 21 Comments
ST JAMES, Jamaica — One man was shot dead and four others injured during a funeral for alleged Quarry, Glendevon, ‘area leader’ Oshane ‘Ganda’ Duhaney, in that inner-city community of St James, yesterday.
The dead man as been identified as Michael Bernard, a resident of the adjoining community of Salt Spring in the parish. A pregnant woman is said to among the four people injured.
The incident occurred despite a state of public emergency, which came into effect in the western parish on Thursday, and a strong police/ military presence in the crime-prone area.
According to reports, gunshots rang out about 3:15 pm as pall-bearers were taking the casket of the 28-year-old Duhaney — who was shot dead in St Ann last December —from the Quarry Full Gospel Church of God to a waiting chariot.
It is reported that several people were hit and taken to hospital, where Bernard reportedly succumbed to his injuries.
Alleged eyewitnesses said members of the security forces had just left the funeral service at the church when the shooting started. They were summoned after the shooting and, according to the police, one firearm was seized.
Some 335 people were murdered in St James last year, and Bernard’s death has pushed the murder toll in the parish to eight since the start of this year.