Friday, March 22, 2013

Jamaica Reprimands the U.S.

The Jamaica Observer

MONTEGO BAY, St James — PASTOR of the Granville Seventh-day Adventist Church, Charles Brevitt, has called on the United States Government to contain the trafficking of illegal guns into the island with the same fervour with which they are insisting that the Jamaican Government control the lottery scam and the illegal narcotics trade.

"They are allowing guns to leave up there (US) and come down here. We feel that reciprocity ought to be the order of the day. We will control scamming, they must control guns," the tough-talking clergyman charged.

"We don't make guns in Jamaica, we don't have any gun factory in the Caribbean, so in the same way that the Americans are literally holding a gun to our heads to control scammers and to control drug dealers, we must ask them to help us to control the flow of guns into our country."
Last week, at the US Senate Special Committee on Ageing's hearing into the lottery scam, senators called for the extradition of Jamaican lottery scammers.

They argued that enough was not being done by the Jamaican Government to stamp out the illegal practice.

1 comment:

  1. I was raised in the Seventh-day Adventist church, so I can tell you to take whatever an Adventist pastor says with a massive grain of salt.

    But on to the main point. Do you notice how Jamaica is an island? Do you recall that it has strict gun control? If gun control is something that could work, an island surely would be the easiest place to run such a scheme.