Right now Jamaica is experience an increase in vicious crimes, and the efforts by the ruling party is in someways helping the deterrence, however, lack of trust in law enforcement by the people is causing crimes to go unreported. In a recent speech by opposition leader Dr. Peter Phillips he has a vision, however I am skeptic about these promises because they are the same ones that were promised during the more 15 years of PNP rule which lead to the current social and economic condition in Jamaica. I may be a bit bias to the fact that most Jamaicans living abroad often blames the PNP for the current economic state and look to the efforts of the Jamaica Labor Party (JLP) as steps towards economic upturn. The fact is, Jamaica needs a new generation of leaders that are not stuck in the past and who still believe that demonizing the opposition is the best way to gain support. Jamaica needs professional politicians who dress the part, speak the part and care enough to address the nation as a whole instead of by one party. I think by now, they would understand that we know that a party in power cannot only rule the group that support them, they have to govern the entire nation. I for one is sick of the blame game, and would rather see cooperative actions, not a bag of words of discouragement.
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