Since 1962 ordinary Jamaican black people have struggled because our middle and upper classes have made sure that the ambitions of the majority of its people has been eroded.

Indeed, our education system is about working for slave wages and anyone who thinks that they are going to fulfil any entrepreneurial pursuits are made to understand that your education is just suppose to make you toil for just barely livable wages. They do this by ensuring that the products and services we purchase from the meagre wages is just for many, many of us to continuing working week after week and month after month just trying to make ends meets.

It is time we stop buckle to promises to win an election and have more responsible and decent persons forming our parliament; persons who interests really lie in welfare of the people the represent.
EMERJ


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