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Jamaica Gleaner Letters
published: Friday | May 19, 2006

Make Jamaica energy independent
THE EDITOR, Sir: JAMAICANS ARE a proud, determined and independent-minded people. It is that pride... that guts... that determination that has enabled so many Jamaicans to attain national and international fame as high achievers...

LETTER OF THE DAY - 'You cannot undo violence with violence'
THE EDITOR, Sir: One of our popular dancehall artistes is struggling to understand why his song has been banned from airplay by some public radio stations. His song is a strong commentary against the worrying trend, in our society, where heartless men abu


Where are you Charles Wynter?
THE EDITOR, Sir: I am the very proud mother of a 16-year-old son whose father has been living in New York, USA for the last 9 years. Our son said to me a few months back "Mommy, I don't know what it is to have a father, I don't know how to say 'daddy'.".


An officer and a gentleman
THE EDITOR, Sir: I wish to say how disappointed I am at the departure of this officer and gntleman. Superintendent Wade came to Spanish Town many months ago and displayed only professionalism and courtesy.


Children are taught by example
THE EDITOR, Sir: The problem with mothers starts very early in the life of the child when children witness their mother's behaviour towards those in the extended family and the community. The mother's disrespect for person and property is inculcated...


Who is Phillip Paulwell working for?
THE EDITOR, Sir: Sister P, is Minister Paulwell working for you or is he employed and paid by us? When Jamaicans clamour for change they tend to look upwards not at their feet; it means that we want it to start with you Mrs. Prime Minister.




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