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February, celebrated around the world as black history month usually reflect on the contribution of our great black heroes. In Jamaica the wiser head that influence the dominant thought process have added reggae as part of the celebration. Since our independence the same thought process that predominates have yet to solve the issues of the majority of our black citizens. Nothing have drastically change only the transferring of wealth from the majority to the ten percent and the selling off our primary assets to raise funds for repaying the debts owed to the players and decision makers of our economic policy. Reggae Artistes pronouncement over the years such as “No Vacancy” by the late Sugar Minot, “Can’t sleep, gunshot a buss in a the street” by Romaine Virgo, “Babylon system corrupt the youth them” by Jah Books,

“The water bill so high, mek mi no waan watch duppy show, because duppy show never mek me frighten so yet” By Vibes Kartel reflect the true situation in Jamaica. February can be looked at as a month in Jamaica remembered as a dream of our heroes as unfulfilled.

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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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