Equal rights and justice Is our everlasting song. Unity and progress Will make our nation strong. Stand up for your rights when you hear the bell, Stand up for justice – Hear the freedom bell. Remember Bustamante, He served you well – Stand up Jamaicans – when you hear the bell Stand up Jamaicans – when you hear the bell. First verse lyrics and chorus … Continue reading Stand Up for Justice
I aborted a post on the Diatribalist Crime Plan way back in July for a variety of reasons. Mostly moral, some cultural. Moral since I need not tell people who hand out guns and wink & nod at murder and extortion which dastardly tactic they should use to maintain power. And cultural since in America questions of the sort I raise are part of the … Continue reading The Devil’s Advocate
So I have been promising, some would probably say “threatening,” for some time to post my own crime plan in light of my criticisms of the newest matriculants at the Shoot Poor People School of Crimefighting (“SPPSCF”). I will do that in my very next post as even the more sane and sober in Jamaica now exhibit signs of losing faith even as they assert … Continue reading Guiltiness?
So it is summer in NYC, and it is a gorgeous and glorious season here in the big apple. Women dress to leave very little to the imagination, the reason being it’s hot. In the winter, when it’s 40 degrees Fahrenheit outside, people here have to wear layers – normally three layers – underclothes, clothes, and coat. So in the summer women compensate for that … Continue reading Why so serious?