weak dollar will attract foreign investors who will make a killing. We'll be so grateful for the jobs they bring, we'll work for next to nothing. Been there and done that! So we're not going back there if we can help it.
In these enlightened times, women ought to be free to choose when they work. But there's definitely a downside to freeing up women for night work. It's not all about emancipation. In fact, night work seems to be just another form of exploitation of cheap labour.
Yu nuo di big prablem wid Jamieka? Unu ches tuu ai; an unu yai tuu big. / Yu know di big problem wid Jamaica? Unu chest too high; an unu yai too big. / You know what’s Jamaica’s big problem? You all are much too vain and greedy.
Garvey grandly rose above the hateful definitions of blackness in Jamaican society and prophetically affirmed, “We are going to emancipate ourselves from mental slavery because whilst others might free the body, none but ourselves can free the mind”. Many of us sing along with Bob Marley, who popularised Garvey’s words in his “Redemption Song”. But do we fully comprehend the profundity of the exhortation to free the mind?