The Nature of Evil Women, or Evil Black Women? – THE OMAROSA SAGA

I can hear some black men saying it right now “I am a hustler baby”.

Of course they would have been referring to the term of a particular black female behaviour pattern, and not themselves.

I can hear them also say to Trump “Now you see what black men have to put up with”, “Ungrateful Dogs”.

Of course this is in reference to the president calling the ungrateful female and the bitter one, a Continue reading


Los Negros en JPS = Resultados Inferiores!

When you are too smart for the Negroes at JPS, or in Jamaica in general. The Negroes cut of their nose to spite their face.

4 years to 10 ago the Negroes at JPS could not solve this problem. To date they are still unable to solve the problem unless they use KVC energy conservation and power generation program to a “T”.

The Jamaican Negro cannot handle straight talk, they cannot handle facts, they cannot handle the truth. The culture has become a Beta male subordinate mindset, in a world still filled with dominant predators who lead from the front of a pack of hungry ravening wolves.

They do not like to be shown up, to be quite frank inferior for the most part when it comes to solving slightly complex issues or anything abstract or too abstract.

But they have superior minds when it comes to scamming, or trickery, or gaining success by unethical means.

This frankly has been my experience and observation. They like the easy and quick way out, or pretend to want to help or pretend to be helping, when in all reality that pretense is truly a scam.

It is time to call a spade a spade.

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Is Jamaica a demonic country?

I ask this question based on my travels in the country. Though Jamaica boast more church per square mile, the negative energy and crime coming from the ghettos carries a unusual and horrible feel.

Young men and young women boast and accept prostitution as if it is a honorable profession and meaningful means of employment for both female and male prostitutes. Killers and scammers are looked up to, weed head bums are idolized after making a hit dancehall song. Continue reading


Racismo de Xamaica?

Unknown man and King Alarm guards in altercation with Jamaican light skin man aka in Jamaica known as a white man.

Negros attack light skinned Jamaican thinking he was a white man or frankly one of their own class based on the car he drove. Is this a hate crime?

The term who yu? Meaning what prominence, class or clout do you carry? Is normally what is dished out to the lower class. I guess he rented or owned the wrong apartment, or they also mistook him as one of them based on the quality of his spoken English.

Fortunately for all he was not a killer, as a lot of dead bodies could have resulted in such a situation without hesitation. 6 to 8 seconds tops, all head shots.

Much danger, yet he remained cool with his gun keeping it pointed down. His eyes looked like a deer looking at headlights yet he still kept his gun in the down position.

How much will he win in a lawsuit? US$1M or US$2M?

For sure the upper class would not stand for such behaviour less it happens to them. Sadly they appear to approve of it so as long as it is lower economic class Negro vs Negro, or such horrible treatment is directed at Negros only regardless of status.

Jamaica needs divine intervention. Too many people suffer from inferiority complex. Thus it can work for or against you, your skin colour in Jamaica.

You are either hated by the black skinned Negros, or worshipped by them if you are light skinned or brown skin Negro or mixed race or any other race other than theirs.

No form of racism is correct. Many Jamaicans confuse values, class, status, wealth, success, respect, honour as belonging only to non black skinned persons in Jamaica.

As such several of the black skinned lower IQ and in many cases also higher IQ Negros, hate all that does not look fully like them. It is an inferiority complex.

The video here is even clearer just in case you missed the details.


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So US$1B heading to the Caribbean, and all of a sudden;

Holness wants quicker response to climate smart proposals

“Holness, although welcoming Thursday’s launch of the regional project at The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, expressed his position that the time for talk has ended and that it is now time for action.”

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