Holness And Phillips Should Be Cuffed And Jailed If They Dare Interfere In Police Operations:they Are Not Above The Laws

Sixteen hun­dred and six­teen (1616) is the num­ber of peo­ple which were report­ed­ly killed unlaw­ful­ly in Jamaica last year.
There are many who believe that the num­ber of peo­ple mur­dered last year was far high­er than that which has been report­ed to the police.
That extra­or­di­nary num­ber though fright­en­ing does not tell the whole sto­ry, as many peo­ple who did not die imme­di­ate­ly from being shot may have died lat­er. Scores of oth­ers have been shot and have not died.

The Editorial of the JamaicadailyGleaner​.com today spoke to the killings and the polit­i­cal con­sen­sus which is need­ed to fight this mon­ster.
This writer has been mak­ing that very point for years, even as crime con­tin­ues to esca­late year over year with the excep­tion of 2010.


The pre­vail­ing nar­ra­tive in this debate today is that crime can­not be dealt with using force.The irony of that non­sense is that the killers are using vio­lence, force, and intim­i­da­tion, while their lob­by the crim­i­nal rights com­mu­ni­ty con­vinces the nation’s lead­er­ship that these scum­bags must be han­dled with baby soft soap and tal­cum pow­der.

This talk­ing point has dom­i­nat­ed the debate for so long and with­out push­back that even the mem­bers of the Police depart­ment have accept­ed this bull­shit as gospel.
We now have a senior com­mand struc­ture with­in the JCF which fun­da­men­tal­ly believe all they have to do is show up and talk. That lunatic con­cept of paci­fy­ing crim­i­nals now hold sway instead of an adher­ence to their sworn oath to uphold the laws.
One offi­cer told me a cou­ple of days ago the thing with the hier­ar­chy is now about who has more degrees than the oth­er.

And so the ques­tion aris­es as to what was the cat­a­lyst for the pre­cip­i­tous drop in crime in 2010?
There were 1,682 report­ed mur­ders in 2009, Since 2011 the mur­der rate has con­tin­ued to fall fol­low­ing the down­ward trend start­ed in 2010, with increas­es in police patrols, cur­fews, and more effec­tive anti-gang activ­i­tiesIn 2012, the Ministry of National Security report­ed a 30 per­cent decrease in mur­ders.

In 2010 there were 1,428 a full 254 Jamaicans were allowed to con­tin­ue on with their God-giv­en lives over the pre­ced­ing year of 2009.
Since noth­ing trends down in Jamaica except the peo­ple’s stan­dard of liv­ing, it begs the ques­tion, what event pre­cip­i­tat­ed that drop in homi­cides?
What event con­tin­ued on through 2012 result­ing in a 30% drop from the year 2009?

Glad you asked.
It was the force­ful expul­sion of gang­sters from Tivoli Gardens and the ulti­mate expul­sion of Christopher Dududs Coke from that enclave to stand tri­al in the United States on transna­tion­al crim­i­nal charges.
Nothing gets crim­i­nals run­ning and hid­ing than the threat, bet­ter yet, phys­i­cal force to their per­sons.

The idea that in these cru­cial times we are going to make an impact on the oper­a­tions of cal­lous mur­der­ous with­out brute force is an illog­i­cal pile of horse shit.
Far too many in senior lev­els of the force are com­fort­able in their kha­ki tan mon­key suits, strut­ting around with the ridicu­lous swag­ger-canes than be dressed for oper­a­tional­ly per­form­ing polic­ing duties.
If this bunch is forced to ten­der their res­ig­na­tions and reap­ply for their jobs it would be inter­est­ing to see how many would qual­i­fy for the jobs they hold to a qual­i­fied pan­el of real polic­ing experts.


The Jamaica Labor Party (JLP) and People’s National Party(PNP) have a respon­si­bil­i­ty to our coun­try. The role of polit­i­cal par­ties has been described this way.
Political par­ties per­form an impor­tant task in gov­ern­ment. They bring peo­ple togeth­er to achieve con­trol of the gov­ern­ment, devel­op poli­cies favor­able to their inter­ests or the groups that sup­port them, and orga­nize and per­suade vot­ers to elect their can­di­dates to office.

If the fore­gone is true then the two main polit­i­cal par­ties in Jamaica have a respon­si­bil­i­ty to the peo­ple of the coun­try to move now to form a coali­tion of com­mon cause, to let it be known that this law­less­ness will not stand.
That com­mon cause can­not be mere words but a demon­stra­ble com­mit­ment not to engage in crim­i­nal behav­ior.
No sup­port, suc­cor, or help to any­one engaged in crim­i­nal con­duct. The 63 con­stituen­cies across the Island must be free from the belief that crim­i­nals can find sanc­tu­ary with the back­ing of politi­cians.

No politi­cian own any con­stituen­cy, as such the piss-ass crim­i­nals who rep­re­sent these con­stituen­cies under the belief that those areas are their pri­vate fief­doms must come to an end.
Any politi­cian who con­tin­ues to show an incli­na­tion to be def­er­en­tial to crim­i­nals or in any way move to ham­per or obstruct the work of law enforce­ment must be removed by the polit­i­cal par­ty or by some oth­er more deci­sive means.

We can no longer have no-go com­mu­ni­ties any­where in the 4’411 square miles which is Jamaica.
We must have a coun­try of laws in which Andrew Holness and Peter Phillips are hand­cuffed and cart­ed off to jail if they dare inter­vene in police oper­a­tions.
We can­not con­tin­ue to have inci­dents like the one we wit­nessed in Boscobel in which a so-called don a com­mon piece of shit is killed and law-abid­ing cit­i­zens are forced to sit in their cars because the crim­i­nal cod­dling cretins who sup­port the punk decides to wreak anar­chy while the police stand by help­less­ly and hap­less­ly.

The Prime Minister can­not remain silent as if some­one else is in charge of the coun­try. His num­ber one respon­si­bil­i­ty is the secu­ri­ty of the nation.
The leader of the oppo­si­tion and his par­ty can­not con­tin­ue to play pol­i­tics with crime and sit there chomp­ing at the bit hop­ing to ride to office on the high crime wave.Where is the sense of coun­try over self, where is the sense of duty, where is the com­mit­ment to leave a bet­ter coun­try than the one you all inher­it­ed?

These are the com­po­nents which are required to put a stop to this mad­ness once and for all. If the politi­cians are unwill­ing to act the peo­ple will be forced to act and the polit­i­cal class will recieve a very rude awak­en­ing.