Money is the root of all evil, but if you have been paid to accept deportees, they should be housed and provided for! Instead the government is making it look like they are doing everyone a favour! Why couldn't Jamaica refuse to sign the lucrative deportation agreement? India did!! Are we destined to always be sold out!
Then, deport criminals who have been in the UK for the last 5, 10 maximum 15 years who who were raised and educated in Jamaica, but not British Nationals, who have lived in the UK since they were children!! It's preposterous!
I understand that the Jamaican Government receives an exhorbitant sum of money for every Jamaican deportee it receives, no wonder it doesn't care about the history or family framework of these vulnerable people (video coming soon)!
Some Jamaicans give them a hard time saying they never sent any money to help them when things were going good, but this video will help you understand the real deal!
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I tend to share my opinion to create some context, but it is only my opinion.
I feel qualified to speak on topics and share viewpoints from a black-centred perspective, accepting that many will not share my point of view, regardless of race.
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