This article has been some what in my head for the last 5 years, having fully understanding the Jamaican Negro somewhat better.

Yesterday a red negro who works at Sagicor saw me waiting to cross the road in front of JPS in New Kingston. Sure enough the lane he was in was jammed and as soon as I crossed into the empty lane he jumped into to it then wanted allow myself and a woman to cross the road so we could see him in his X5. DWL no joke.

I promptly told the Negro by waiving at him to continue to drive as it was so sudden and I had stopped , but the woman crossed none the less. The Negro road up to me stopped and looked me in the face as if I like man. I had to tell the Negro to Drive, Drive, Drive while fanning him off.

You see Jamaicans are so stupid, that they always seek to escape their poverty stricken background by using material trappings and fancy titles. A king will always be a king even when walking among commoners. But a poor man will always be a poor man even in a Mercedes Benz or BMW.

They lack class, they lack self confidence, they seek acceptance when none should be sought after, and worst of all they always seek to equate themselves with others that are not of their class up or down.


Sadly that same Negro wasted my time many years ago when I first sought to introduce mobile apps and desktop widgets to Sagicor 5-7 years ago.

These people always seek to put themselves as the middle man with no ability to make something better but only make it worse and more expensive or preventing it from taking place at all.

Most Negros that I have met suffer from the following. When mixed up or all of them are present it is a deadly mixture that only contributes to slow economic growth. I came up with an acronym to solve this problem in business. I will share it later.

The Negro suffers from;

1. An vast / immense inferiority complex.

2. A deadly hatred against rich and successful people. They always seek to compare themselves with successful people as if successful people even noticed them to begin with. From the days of high school I have seen this. They will compare all aspects of their primitive lives to some how see if they can match up to you. Why?

3. They mask their hatred behind religious words, such as one must not be haughty or boastful, lest one be abased. As such they validate abasing / tearing down others through the bible to cover up their sick qualities.

4. They have a red eye problem. Always wanting what is not theirs and hating others who have it.

5. Bad mind is the blood that runs their entire body. They only wish for your failure, downfall and have nothing good to say about you when you seek to make it in life, and seek not to join them.

6. They have a fondness for Witchcraft or black magic, local term Obeah.

7. They are extremely promiscuous and think with what is between their legs, as it is power to them. Continue reading


Why Calabar lost to Kingston College?


(1) Peak too early, ran too many development meets.

(2) No runners in the finals of 5,000m race. No top runner in 1,500m finals. No distance program. One distance runner cannot be a distance program.

(3) Injured quarter-milers. Ramone McKenzie ran a 200m race in a 400mx400m relay final and felt it at the last 200m. He was lucky to even finish the race considering he was overworked.

(4) Haste, rushing to victory. Tripping in one’s own lane cost valuable points. All Calabar had to do was take it easy and coast in all events.

However with the absence of a distance program they lost the cushion in points, thus boiling down to 3-4 main events that were wide open with major difficulties involved.

Some C-BAR Supporters

In contrast to the picture above, there was disgraceful behavior from some C-BAR supporters. No need to throw bottles on KC track team members, with a Lucozade bottle with bottle cap hitting the knapsack of a KC runner, just missing his head back.

Pelting the Police and other members of the security force with plastic bottles showed complete disregard for the law and disrespect to the Police force. The Principal needs to control these students. Many of the students throwing the bottles appeared to be 12-16 year-olds. The entire world via the International Media recorded this ugly behavior.

I am sure if they were in the USA at Qualcomm Stadium or Giants Stadium they would not dare do such an act in fear of being jailed and or deported.

As a Calabar past student, I say congratulations to Kingston College. Calabar will be ready again in 2010. Keep it all in good sportsman conduct.