Jamaica National Election Debate 2020: Topic Leadership – August 29 2020

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62 Comments on "Jamaica National Election Debate 2020: Topic Leadership – August 29 2020"

  1. We all will be hearing the same speeches from both parties the next 5 years.funny thing is that jamaican falls for the same trick all the time.when are people going to vote for Jamaica instead for their die hearted party.πŸ€”πŸ€”

    • annalee williams | August 30, 2020 at 1:53 AM | Reply

      Go study the history of politics and you will know why we are diehearted.

    • iquivalent badness | August 30, 2020 at 8:47 PM | Reply

      Only a few is smart πŸ˜‰ thinking is .me alone call it politrics 😏

    • @annalee williams You’re die hearted because you and others like you are fools. No party is perfect vote for what is in the best interest of you and your family, friends etc

  2. The country is in shambles, were hanging on by a thread,only the almighty can save us now

  3. I watch the sign language lady more than the leaders 🀣

  4. George Jobson jr | August 30, 2020 at 1:32 AM | Reply

    Jamaicans… Please I urge you… Not to think short term… Just getting a poverty break for some months or 1 year is senseless… Let’s think long term… Its just like saving money… It’s rough when u begin but when you reach your goal it sets you for life so… Please ….please Jamaica… I urge you to think long term… Let’s complete the work so that we have a better Jamaica. Let’s us follow the covid 19 protocols and keep safe, let’s get ourselves educated and develop ourself in technology and other areas to make a productive Jamaica. The politician just implement policies, it is up to us to develop Jamaica by improving ourselves. Stop waiting on a politician to take care of you… Do the work, complete it and you will see results.. please I urge Jamaica .. let’s stand

    • Elaine Arscott | August 30, 2020 at 9:38 AM | Reply

      I hope everyone read your comment, because everything you said is a reality..blessings to you.

    • George Jobson jr πŸ‘ Nice. I agree with you a πŸ’― percent, but what we need is better leaders. We need a lead who can offer something not just to pay light or water bills, but can really offer something. We also need a leader who can put the country first, and not themselves and the party. Over the years we’ve foolishly elected leaders that didn’t put the country, and the people first. They give us nothing but empty promises, and hopes. I see people blaming colonialism, and slavery for our current situation, but really it’s our poor choice in leadership. I’m a person that wants better for my country, but if we keep playing these dumb games, we will go nowhere as a nation.

    • I agree with you bro, water and light is the least. Let’s fix ourselves to fix Jamaica

  5. LiaAlbarusVEVO | August 30, 2020 at 6:56 AM | Reply

    I’m happy Peter philips talk about the entertainment industry we’ve been all suffering

  6. What Andrew holness say do not answer the question that we asked him

  7. I think that Andrew holness is listening to Too Much dancehall music too much intense too much skillibeng

    • @YW123 Wallace me remember when pnp was in power all of my family was having a hard time & suffering, I had was to be sending US $ every week, and supporting every body, now I agree things is ruff. but all of them a manage and able to make a living, I go to ja all the time, a de me come from, how come when pnp was in power & inflation thru the roof, money a devalue, uno wasn’t complaining, me remember, some pnp use to say dem did love when dem get nuff money when dem change dem foreign $, when pnp was ruling, remember when Portia was in, it was $130j for $1us, u wasn’t complaining, HUSH, masa, u will live thru it, if a US u live, u have to live under Trump rule, it no kill u yet , so who ever win tomorrow a ja. u will live thru it, never mind.

    • @Real Macoy Original True!

    • @avis spencer Avis, nuh listen to the brainwashed comrades!
      They are still living on dead Michael Manley legacies! Michael said Free Education! PJ put a charge on it! After Bruce lifted it in 2007 Sista P with Dr “Papa Tax – Sleepy” Phillips as Finance Minister put back the charges on education! Him tax all Patty and Handcart!
      When the JLP took office in 1980 the foreign exchange rate was J$1.78. When the JLP demits office in 1989 the exchange rate was J$5.77.
      When the PNP took office in 1989 the foreign exchange rate was J$5.77. When the PNP demits office in 2007 the exchange rate was J$69.04.
      Again the JLP took office in 2007 when the foreign exchange rate was J$69.04. When the JLP demits office in 2011 the exchange rate was J$86.08
      Then the PNP took office in 2011 when the foreign exchange rate was J$86.08. When the PNP demits office in 2016 the exchange rate was J$125.14.
      The JLP took office in 2016 when the foreign exchange rate was J$125.14. Since then the exchange rate has reached J$150.00 and is now about J$146.00.
      It is clear that the PNP has caused the most significant devaluation of the Jamaican currency over the years!

    • @avis spencer Avis, No position for him! All Peter nearly loose fi him seat!
      MY TOP PERFORMERS IN THE RECENTLY CONCLUDED GENERAL ELECTIONS ARE: DELROY GRANSTON & JODIAN MYRIE!
      THEY GAVE LISA HANNAH PETER PHILLIPS A RUN FI DEM MONEY RESPECTIVELY!
      Bear in mind that the areas where Lisa Hannah and Dr. Peter “Sleepy” Phillips ran are considered PNP Enclaves!

    • @DJ SHARPE MUSIC I believe this Election is an eye opener for every PNP supporter, The jamaican people is no longer listening to lies Propaganda, manipulated sobartaging, r being Bullied by Pnp supporters I have seen first hand how they disrespected the PM, curst him, accused him of stealing money & build big a house, pnp r always bad minded, any one can build a big house all it takes is building blocks cement, steel , house in ja dont build of Gold r Diamond, they sobartage minister Tufton with de bogus picture, claiming he was having affair & give money women. I by no means is saying JLP dont have problems that they need to clean up, but PNP is worse, look how much PJ Thief, & buy big mansion in France, look how Portia sell out ja to Chinese and Pocket millions they bring there loot to foreign countries, no one hear about. Laborites are Capitalists like myself, we invest in our country we support the jamaican Economy, doesn’t matter if we live home r abroad. It is time for Pnp to stop, Manley lead Pnp dem to this socialism mentality when he was bringing communism to ja. that people should expect government hand out, cash program, wait in line for a pkg of cornmeal or flour, in order to better ther lives not true, every person should work hard for what ever they want in life & build them self. simply as that.

  8. What the government of Jamaica is going to do for price control and food because we see that food doesn’t have to sell for so much money

  9. BigShipSailingOnTheOcean | August 30, 2020 at 10:24 AM | Reply

    Time allotted to answer question is too short.

  10. If you want to know when the politician lies wait unitl they open their mouth.

  11. I like how peter handled this actually

    • iquivalent badness | August 30, 2020 at 9:01 PM | Reply

      They are all the same don’t be gullible Dem go school fi convince people politics you might be you still

    • Peter didn’t lay out anything long term all he did was throw out short term fixes like Lower taxes (which doesn’t equal more money for you or a pay increase or more jobs being created).

    • @Kuro Zee Exactly! Is taxes run country! When you are instituting so many free programs ans reducing tax in an economy that is not growing where will the money come from? Fool me once it is your fault! Fool me twice and it is my fault!

  12. Barbara Mccalla | August 30, 2020 at 4:35 PM | Reply

    This country need salvation , and these people need to know that with out a younger mind we are going to have problem. Let us give a younger person a chance.

  13. Andrew nuh know wah “Thank you” mean?

  14. Dorraine ball | August 30, 2020 at 9:01 PM | Reply

    Dr Phillips came prepared to answer all questions. His response is concise.

    • @avis spencer Just as how Bruce Golding robbed jamaica…have you been to portland…have you seen the house daryl is building…couple years from now lee chin aguh buy out the agricultural sect…calm down JLP is the most corrupt government.

    • @Nicolai Blake so no u kn all of dem is corrupt, we too bad minded, a cement, building blocks, steal & stone build houses a ja not Gold & Dimond, so any body rich or poor can build a big house so stop watch people, u work fe what u have & stop watch Daryl ur income may not in his bracket, God bless everyone, rich r poor.

    • @avis spencer The two parties are allegedly thieves, you should not be bias, as you, your family, neighbours and friends are the ones who will suffer from this looting. They don’t care for the poor they are in it for themselves. Time you open yours eyes and not be fooled by these crooks.

    • @Sandra Brown N need to continue campaigning, Election is over every one should come together work for a peaceful better Jamaica.

    • @UNRELEASED VEVO
      When the JLP took office in 1980 the foreign exchange rate was J$1.78. When the JLP demits office in 1989 the exchange rate was J$5.77.
      When the PNP took office in 1989 the foreign exchange rate was J$5.77. When the PNP demits office in 2007 the exchange rate was J$69.04.
      Again the JLP took office in 2007 when the foreign exchange rate was J$69.04. When the JLP demits office in 2011 the exchange rate was J$86.08
      Then the PNP took office in 2011 when the foreign exchange rate was J$86.08. When the PNP demits office in 2016 the exchange rate was J$125.14.
      The JLP took office in 2016 when the foreign exchange rate was J$125.14. Since then the exchange rate has reached J$150.00 and is now about J$146.00.
      It is clear that the PNP has caused the most significant devaluation of the Jamaican currency over the years!

  15. I need all the people of Jamaica to understand one ☝️ simple thing it doesn’t matter who won that debate. I hear both of said something that they should try to agree on. And that’s TEAM WORK . I’m working for a boss that provides so many jobs for the people of Jamaica and is making billions of Jamaican dollars yearly and yet sill I’m being under paid and over work. That needs to change. So until I’m out of a rent house and in my own ill definitely go to the polls and cast my vote πŸ—³.

  16. My Cousin Emily! lol

  17. Infinity War Thanos | August 31, 2020 at 3:46 PM | Reply

    They ask 50 seconds questions and require 45 seconds answers.

  18. Two bright very educated men,,, well done both men, respect!! Proud Jamaican

  19. SpotLight Jamaica | September 1, 2020 at 5:29 AM | Reply

    I don’t hear anything about how to pay back IMF, PNP ran the country for 18 years and the country never got better. I want to see what the other party can do.

  20. First thing andrew say ” big up my mother ” 🀣🀣🀣🀣.. da youth ya different.

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