24 May 2010

It's true what they say....

..."community standards" do vary from place to place...

Jamaica's Prime Minister Bruce Golding has denounced unrest in the capital city Kingston as a "calculated assault on the authority of the state".

He vowed that criminals would not triumph, after supporters of an alleged druglord took to the streets to stop him from being arrested.

One police station has been set on fire and two others shot at by suspected supporters of Christopher "Dudus" Coke.
Yet another rainbow-hued feather in the cap of cultural relativism.

But, hey... that could never happen here in Canad... wait a minute...
"Gabriel's house was burned to the ground and he and his police force fled the community, holing up in a hotel in nearby Laval for two years at a cost of $2 million."
Oh yeah.

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UPDATE: Jamaica's lone legitimate industry...

...shoots itself in the face...
Canadian travellers are being advised not to visit Kingston, Jamaica, after at least three people were killed in an outbreak of violence by suspected supporters of an alleged drug lord who faces extradition to the United States.

The state of emergency covered districts of the capital where gunmen shot up or set fire to five police stations Sunday.
As ye sow...


2 comments:

Michael Harkov said...

Coming soon to a provincial capitol near you.

Neo Conservative said...

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michael... whaddaya mean... "coming soon"?

" -- OTTAWA -- A group of anarchists has claimed responsibility for firebombing a Royal Bank of Canada branch in the Glebe early Tuesday, going as far as posting a video of it online."

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