Lady Musgrave did have vision. Wi fi stop tear her down./ Lady Musgrave did av vijan. Wi fi stap tier ar dong./ Lady Musgrave had vision. We should stop tearing her down.
Instead of giving away Jamaica’s beaches to foreign investors who export their profits, the Government should be ensuring that Jamaicans have access to public beaches.
Instead of deceiving ourselves about the English language competency of most Jamaicans, we should face the facts. English is not being taught efficiently. That's largely because the powers that be assume that the mother language of most Jamaicans isn't actually a language. They insist that it's nothing but a 'corruption' of English. Even so, they don't seem to know how to cure the disease.
UDC better wheel an come again. A no so-so big event fi keep a Pearly Beach. It fi open every day fi everybody.
UDC beta wiil an kom agen. A no suo-so big event fi kip a Pearly Beach. It fi opn evri die fi evribadi.
UDC had better wheel and come again. It’s not only big events that should be kept at Pearly Beach. It should be open every day for everybody.
We have to launch a national campaign to take back Jamaica's beaches from private operators. In the 1970s we used to say we're more than a beach, we're a country. Now, we need to claim our beaches. They should belong to all Jamaicans. Not just a few hoteliers.
Suppose Sista P have big plan weh she naa tell nobody?
Supuoz Sista P av big plan we shi naa tel nobadi?
What if Sister P has big plans she's not telling anybody?
Fun and joke aside, is it an overwhelming surprise that unarmed young men were allegedly shot dead by the police without provocation? It happens all the time. Not only in Tivoli. Just think of the murder of black men by the police in the US. It’s truly an overwhelming disappointment that the lives of black men seem to have so little value.
The ratings of the Government are so low, Lisa's lovely legs were let loose in cyberspace as a deliberate distraction. It was a lust for power, a plot to keep us talking about foolishness instead of important social and political issues.
With productivity down and the cost of everything skyrocketing, it's going be a very 'salt' Christmas for most Jamaicans.