Jamaica’s History | Election 1980 | Fidel Castro Received The Order of Jamaica

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13 Comments on "Jamaica’s History | Election 1980 | Fidel Castro Received The Order of Jamaica"

  1. Jannett Jones | April 3, 2021 at 12:51 PM | Reply

    This was when JAMAICA WAS RESPECTED AND HAD A SAY..

    • Nemshi Macapana | April 3, 2021 at 10:23 PM | Reply

      Oh please respected by who? Because of Fidel? We didn’t need that kind of respect or attention. What we needed to do was to create the environment that would encourage the private sector to produce…more jobs would be available and the trade deficit would not be what it is today. Good old Capitalism with appropriate regulations was and still is the answer to our problems.

    • Nemshi Macapana I wish there were more Jamaicans like you with sense.

  2. Rolando Walcott | April 3, 2021 at 1:13 PM | Reply

    Foreign powers killed JA economy in the 80’s because we wouldnt fall in line.

    • Nemshi Macapana | April 3, 2021 at 10:14 PM | Reply

      Rubbish….Jamaica killed it’s own economy. Both parties are at fault….the Socialist model was the problem…Socialism produces nothing no economic growth it only destroys it. To sum up Socialism you can use this saying from the perspective of those who lead it….What is mine belongs to me…what is your you share.

    • Rolando Walcott Once a sheep always a sheep.

    • Rolando Walcott | April 3, 2021 at 10:39 PM | Reply

      @Nemshi Macapana so you’re saying because JA when they got indepenece introduced policies similar to free health care, public education and other wellfare policies stagnated/crippled the economy over night?
      Plz explain how these socialist policies crippled the economy and caused hundreds of business to go bankrupt.

    • Rolando Walcott | April 3, 2021 at 10:43 PM | Reply

      @Javier Davis They asked for a loan china gave them a loan simple dont blame china when they cant pay.
      Can JA look to the IMF and say we wont pay them back?

    • Rolando Walcott | April 3, 2021 at 10:46 PM | Reply

      @Marv antony Explain? Is JA a sheep? If so i agree Or are you saying I’m a sheep because as the saying goes ” when you point one someone three finger are pointing back at you”.

  3. That was a very decisive time in our country that dictates the pace we are now. Having know what i know now both parties should have align themselves with our powerful neighbour north and pursue separately other political idealogies steering towards economic and social growth. We are such a dependent country. Venezuela should be learning from us.

    • Nemshi Macapana | April 3, 2021 at 10:08 PM | Reply

      You must not know the dangers of Socialism…Do a little on Socialism and see where it has been successfully…check from its inception.

  4. You guys should do more informational content like this for you channel. Do some investigative journalism on some pressing topics locally like how national geographic would when they visit this country. Don’t wait for outside media houses to come to the country and tell OUR stories. You guys also need to make sure that the reports are unapologetic, truthful and unbiased. 👊🏽

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