Jamaica Doesn't Need Casinos
by Rachael Graham
(St Catherine Jamaica)
Jamaica doesn't need casino, Jamaicans need education -training & employment.
The country is in trouble, lack of education, good customer care training people skills, communication skills and the young people need life skills training, reading and writing skills to begin with.
Our country do not need more crime, Jamaica need to be safe and protected from those who buy people, enslave people by paying them pittance just because some are not educated.
We don't need anything that will lead our people into drugs, prostitution, slavery, and crime. 'Why not open some community training college or some factories to create more employment not get rich quick idea's, temptation , easy way out with nothing to look forward to.
Why don't they build a sports center or 'create a lovely park with tracks where the young people can learn to keep fit, play some tennis, and have some space to practice to run? There are hundreds of things to do instead of that.
''Wake up jamaicans''; No more slavery, it's freedom time move up and move forward say no to casino!
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