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Michael Manley and the IMF

Thursday, January 09 2014 12:25am
The honorable Michael Manley in his book “Struggle in the Periphery” describes lucidly the contentious issues he had with the International monetary fund at the time of his stewardship. The then prime minister,  fervent opponent at the time of the apartheid regime, a anti-imperialist and sympathizer of the poor in the Jamaica emphasize ...

IMF POLICY IN JAMAICA...ECONOMIC APARTHEID

Monday, December 16 2013 10:25pm
The international monetary fund was created in 1944 along with the World Bank as a means to promote monetary co-operation between countries. The chief of the IMF is usually headed by a European while the head of the World Bank is headed by an American, an agreement between the European and the American. The international monetary fund serves the ...

Africa and Cuba: An insolubleunion of sister peoples

Friday, December 13 2013 8:56pm
PRETORIA, South Africa.— For the Cuban delegation, December 12 was filled with incomparable emotions. The first came early in the morning when President Raúl Castro arrived at the Union Building, the government headquarters in Pretoria, to honor Nelson Mandela....

NELSON MANDELA ON HOW CUBA DESTROYED

Friday, December 13 2013 3:03pm
In 1991, Nelson Mandela traveled to Cuba to thank Fidel Castro and the Cuban people for supporting the fight against apartheid and colonialism in southern Africa. "The decisive defeat of the aggressive apartheid forces [in Angola] destroyed the myth of the invincibility of the white oppressor," Mandela said. "The defeat of the apartheid army ...

THE WEST HYPOCRISY...

Wednesday, December 11 2013 6:38am
The world mourns the physical removal from our natural environment the Honorable Nelson Mandela. His principle and his determine struggle against one of the worst social experiment conducted on a majority race by a racist minority. The word democracy became the standard bearer for Mandela with these famous words “one man, one vote”. Never have ...

NELSON MANDELA..CHAMPION OF THE POOR AND OPPRESSED

Thursday, December 05 2013 12:00am
 On behalf of the people of Jamaica we want to extend our condolences and regret of the passing of our great leader for democracy,human dignity, world peace and equality.The Jamaica Patriotic Movement Salute you Honorable Mandela for Showing the world that one should not abandon one,s principle in the fight for  for a better world..We ...

ANGOLA CELEBRATES ITS INDEPENDENCE

Saturday, November 16 2013 4:50am
By:Claudia Fonseca Sosa ON November 11, 1975, President Antonio Agostinho Neto proclaimed before Africa and the world the birth of the People's Republic of Angola (now the Republic of Angola). After 14 years of armed struggle, the last Portuguese colony was finally achieving its independence. However, the Angolan people were initially unable to ...

JAMAICAN RESEARCH NEEDED

Friday, November 15 2013 5:28am
It would be interesting to see our statistician do a research on the amount of people killed, robbed, raped, maimed, became homeless/hungry and became mentally disturbed during the campaign for the leadership of the Jamaica Labor Party. Our country just pass another round of IMF distressing test, testing to see how much more profit can be squeezed ...

IS WESTERN DEMOCRACY ON CRACK?

Thursday, November 14 2013 7:20am
The news just kept pouring in , from England over eight hundred thousand people lonely, from Canada the mayor admitted to smoking crack, within the United States, the frequent gun violence and shooting at schools and public places, in Israel the constant language of war, In Greece and Jamaica the disastrous impact of IMF policies on the poor, in ...

JAMAICA LABOR PARTY ELECT HOLNESS.

Tuesday, November 12 2013 5:11am
The Jamaica labor party just decided on the leadership of a party that has yet to represent the true meaning of its title "labor party". It is well known within the Jamaican electorate that the party tends to represent the interest of the rich and powerful and was partly to be blamed for the roll back of the self reliance and Nationalist program ...

JAMAICA LABOR PARTY:CRISIS OF PERSONALITIES

Friday, November 08 2013 4:29am
The intense struggle within the Jamaica labor party for leadership reveal the infantile and corrugated mindset that has no understanding of what our country is undergoing. Both Holiness and Shaw is servant of the Private Sector and the western interest that want Jamaica to forever stay within the orbit of underdevelopment and indebtness. There is ...

THE WORLD HAS SPOKEN,REMOVE THE EMBARGO.

Monday, November 04 2013 6:11am
On behalf of our people, the Jamaica Patriotic Movement fully endorses the will of the majority at the United Nation to call for the removal of this monstrous economic sanction place on the Cuban people. Every Country has the right to choose their path forward in governance without foreign interference. The United States should abide by the rule ...

GRENADA PAID FOR THE U.S DEFEAT IN VIETNAM

Thursday, October 31 2013 10:27pm
Dalia González Delgado WHAT could lead the most powerful country in the world to invade a nation of only 110,000 inhabitants? Three decades ago, some 7,000 U.S. marines and parachutists occupied Grenada, in an operation labeled Urgent Fury. The capital of this Caribbean island was bombarded by aircraft, helicopters and warships. Some 7,000 U.S. ...

JAMAICAN YOUTHS,BEARING THE BRUNT OF THE IMF TORTURE

Friday, October 25 2013 6:46am
The youths of Jamaica under the economic policies of the both political parties Since the Abandonment of the Michael Manley policies of Self Reliance and Economic independence have been decimated economically under the impact of the austerity programs endorsed by both political entities. The youth in the inner city is left with choices of ...

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT

Friday, October 25 2013 5:47am
A civilizing crusade against Africa? THE African Union (AU), an intergovernmental organization involving the majority of countries on the continent, held an extraordinary meeting in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to discuss their relations with the International Criminal Court (ICC). Of the 54 African nations, 34 are represented in the ICC. However, many ...

JULIAN ASSANGE,LIFE IN THE ECUADORAN EMBASSY.

Friday, October 25 2013 5:41am
  AFTER criticizing the film The Fifth Estate, based on his life story, for not adhering to the facts, Julian Assange has revealed the truth about his life in the Ecuadoran embassy in London, which granted him political asylum. In a 90-minute Skype interview, reported by the UK Telegraph newspaper, a pale and slim Assange stated, "Of course ...

STRESS OF CHILDHOOD POVERTY MAY HAVE LONG EFFECT ON BRAIN

Monday, October 21 2013 11:56pm
By Nicole Ostrow - Oct 21, 2013 3:00 PM ET Children raised in poverty or in orphanages experience chronic stress early in life that can have long-lasting effects on the brain, setting them up for future mental and physical ailments as adults, two studies found. The stress of poverty may affect regions in a child's brain that control emotion, ...

HOLNESS &AUDLEY SHAW, LISTENING TO THE WRONG TUNE.

Tuesday, October 15 2013 8:13am
The Jamaica labor party is trying hard to decide which one of these two gentlemen is best suited to give the bitter medicine to the Jamaican people. Audley Shaw in various interviews opined that the government should use the IMF funds to pay the bond holders (Private Sector) while Mr. Holness warned the country to prepare for the bitter taste that ...

THIS "COUP" IS BEING TELEVISED.

Tuesday, October 15 2013 7:37am
 by Norman Markowitz In 2003, Irish film-makers released a remarkable on the spot documentary about the attempt by rightist elements to overthrow Hugo Chavez democratically elected government in Venezuela. The Bush administration supported that failed coup and gave sanctuary to some of its plotters The documentary was titled "The Revolution ...

IMF TEST PASSED IN JAMAICA,AT WHAT COST?

Friday, October 04 2013 7:18am
The International Monetary Fund recently gave Jamaica a passing grade for its adherence to the goals set out by this organization for receiving funds. Historically, all recipients of IMF funds usually end up in a bankrupt state. Africa is a vivid example of the results of this type of economic medicine which net result is to keep your economy tied ...

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This is an attempt to create a revolutionary movement to arrest the social decline of our country and reverse foreign domination of our economic and political life through the co-operation of our two political parties.

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