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CrazyFruits » WORLD NEWS AND SPORTS FROM SKY » who is to be blaim for the recent uproar in jamaica?????????

who is to be blaim for the recent uproar in jamaica?????????

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Who is to blame for the violence in Jamaica? Is it the police?
Is it the infamous drug lord Dudus
(also known as Christopher Coke)? Is it Prime
Minister Bruce Golding for harboring Dudus for so long?
Is it the Jamaican Labour Party for supporting Dudus?
Is it the opposition Peopleís National Party for supporting
drug Dons of their own? Is it the people of Tivoli
Gardens who pledged to sacrifice their lives for Dudus?
Is it the U.S.A. for producing and selling the guns that
are being used in the gun fights and buying the drugs
that are made Dudus so rich and powerful?

The answer is all of the above. The culture of Dons
and Garrisons and their connections to politicians
and political parties have allowed Dudus to become
as powerful as he is. The global economic structure
has left Jamaica with little
ways of earning money besides music and drugs.
This allows drug dealers like Dudus to replace the
government as the leading force that provides for
poor communities.

The Jamaican police bare a lot of responsibility for
the violence. Police in Jamaica have a reputation for
killing civilians and brutality. This is one of the
reasons for the tense relationship between the police
in Jamaica and people in the Garrisons.

The Jamaican Labour Party has protected and empowered
Dudus for years, as they did his father Lester Coke,
also know as Jim Brown. Still the opposition party,
the Peopleís National Party has its connections to
gangsters and garrisons too.

America has its own role in the violence going on
in Jamaica. It was the U.S. who indicted Dudus on
criminal charges and demanded that Jamaica arrest him.
The USA supported, trained and armed the Shower Posse
(which Dudus now heads) to help the JLP fight the PNP in
the seventies and eighties, when Jamaica was developing a
relationship with Cuba. In many ways the U.S.A. is responsible
for Tivoli Gardens becoming the stronghold it is today
and Dons like Dudus being as powerful as they are. The guns
that are being used by the criminals are being shipped
from the US and the US is supplying the Jamaican police
with weapons as well. Dudus is rich because of
Americans buying drugs not Jamaicans.

Still rather than blaming people for the violence, everybody
in Jamaica and the USA should work together to solve the
problems. Jamaica must end political corruption and
police brutality and, both political parties must
abandon the use of Dons and Garrisons to get political
support in return for favors.

The USA needs to change its guns laws so drug lords
arenít able to stockpile weaponry to rival policemen
in their countries. It also needs to stop its drug
intake so these druglords donít become the biggest
support of income to their countries.

The international community must come together to find
for countries like Jamaica have economies and ways to
generate income other than drugs. All over the third
world we see that drugs, guns and poverty always
equal violence and killing. Jamaica is a small
country and is as much affected by laws in the
U.S. as Americans are.

If the U.S. can change its laws on drugs and guns to
prohibit men like Dudus from becoming rich drug lords,
with small armies that have arsenals of weapons, we
can prevent future incidents like the one in Tivol
Gardens. If the international community and rich first
world nations can change the system of neo-colonialism
that leaves third world countries poor and dependent
on rich ones, drug dealers could no longer rival
governments for power and the cycle of guns, drugs,
poverty and violence can finally end.


Christopher dudus coke is now running from the
jamaican government, in fear of his life because
of all the information he has about them.
I dont believe they really want him to be extradited
to the usa, too much is at steak


you are right on the money, his father was
also a don, and the usa ask for him to be extradited
and he was murdered in a jamaican police station,
so christopher has much to be fearful of.


The jamaican police and soldier just started all this
search for him all of a sudden, and murdered a whole
lot of people from the garrison area. I dont believe
its anything to do with cleaning up crime
seeing that its his area, they know too much to live
so they use it as excuse to murder them.


At first I wanted christopher to get caught and be
put away for his crimes, but after reading how the
story has become more and more twisted, everything is
slowly unfolding and its a very delicate and complicated matter.

I wonder how he sleep at night knowing he is wanted by the
jamaican government and the american authorities?
Im feeling sympathetic towards him about the whole


I hope he manages to slip away and find somewhere
to hide out, until he clears his head.
Im still mourning the kids who get caught up
in it, may they little souls find rest.

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