Dr Alexis Was Not Unfairly Treated #GainwithShane #DunnDeal
Re: Dr. Alexis vs Dr. Norman Dunn In St. Mary South East Bi-Election 2017:
No I don't think Dr. Alexis is unfairly treated and yes I think the people will still vote for him.
You see, unfortunately too many of us Jamaicans still have that slave mentality. We still think/ believe everyone else is better than us. It's about time we stand up and take back our beautiful country.
Yes he's been in Jamaica from the age of 2 but he still kept the citizenship of his birth country... didn't hitler have Jewish roots and look what he did to them.
Come now, if he really wanted to get Jamaican citizenship he would of already done so.
They all take us as fool, fool.... about he didn't have time or got around to make the change... yeah.. right.. look at that pink elephant flying pass the window.
We need to start build up our youngsters so they can take the mantle of leading Jamaica and not some non-Jamaican.
I also believe the current law need to be amended. We need to have laws that actually help Jamaica.
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