THE EDITOR, Sir:
In World War II, a soldier who had run out of bullets decided not to run when the enemy approached. Instead, he stood his ground and attacked the onrushing men and was able to overpower them. So I reiterate the sentiments of an article dated Tuesday, August 20, 'Stand your ground against homosexuality'.
Two decades ago, most Jamaicans frowned on fornication or 'giving bun'. Today, fornication has been accepted as a norm. You will often hear Jamaicans saying that three things in this life are sure: death, taxes and 'bun'. Are we as Jamaicans now to add homosexuality to this list?
Stand your ground, Jamaica!
Recently, while passing through New Kingston, there was a group of young men congregated close to the National Commercial Bank on Knutsford Boulevard. Their attire was tight, their faces were bleached and their behaviours repulsive. These gays are now a blemish on this illustrious mecca of business. Should they be allowed to stay and sully the name and reputation of this iconic business capital?
Once again, I say, stand your ground, Jamaica!
Reviewing the buggery law requires exhaustive public discussion and, most important, the consent of the people. Let us, voters, understand our strength and stand our ground.