Some a di backward Adventist dem inna Jamaica no tink seh Dr Robinson do nutten wrong to dat./ Som a di bakwad Adventis dem ina Jamieka no tink se Dr Robinson du notn rang tu dat./ Some backward Adventists in Jamaica don’t think Dr Robinson did anything all that wrong.
Instead of calmly responding to the legitimate concerns of the majority of Jamaicans who are refusing vaccination for a variety of reasons, Andrew Holness appears to be losing his grip on reality.
As we set off down the uncharted road of 2022, I’m hopeful that we can create new routes to a sustainable future.
No sane person would have sex with a stranger without using a condom. That’s my analogy for not hitching up on people who are not wearing masks properly.
I wonder how the prime minister would respond to a proposal to construct a multi-level apartment building close to his fortress on Shenstone Drive, in breach of existing restrictive covenants.
Adidja shoulda never ha fi skull school fi go a studio./ Adidja shuda neva a fi skol skuul fi go a styuudiyo./ Adidja should never have had to skip school to go in studio.
We enjoy a global reputation for militancy, inspired largely by our popular culture, especially music. But when it comes right down to it, our politicians of both parties don’t have the courage to acknowledge the power of the culture created by the masses of the Jamaican people.
It's bad enough that the government keeps on raising taxes. But to have to suffer to pay taxes is a whole other level of taxing vexation.
Pastors like Dr Robinson who are stuck in Biblical times when women and slaves were forced to submit to their husbands and masters are victims of centuries of brainwashing that cannot be magically reversed.