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Published: Saturday | December 7, 2013 Comments 0


  • Anti-Jamaica sentiments prevalent, says Gonsalves

If outsiders a treat Jamaicans bad, is because of how wi treat wi own. Wi haffi fix yard before wi try fix abroad.

- Claudette Brown

  • T&T minister angry about promises made to Jamaica

As far as I know, a foreign affairs minister deals with [such] matters independently of a security minister .

- Merrick Kirk Cain

  • J-FLAG disappointed with Simpson Miller's unfulfilled promise

Another case of politicians being politicians . I hope a lot more work is done to embrace equality for Jamaica's LGBT community.

- Bee Quammie

  • Nelson Mandela remembered

I was a student at the UWI in 1991 when #NelsonMandela and Winnie visited Jamaica; I was privileged to have heard his address.


Being black is not a curse but an extreme privilege; rest in peace, Mr Nelson Mandela.


  • A bold approach to unlocking investment for jobs, growth

Well stated. A government will implement a system then oppose it when in opposition. Too much political football at our expense.


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