Another homophobic beating of a Utech Student in Jamaica

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    Nov 04, 2012 5:19 AM GMT


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    Nov 04, 2012 5:38 AM GMT
    Me gon kill all aa dose man dem

    give a head shot to da blood clot
    baadest maan here if ya na gon fear den me ya gun tear u
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    Nov 04, 2012 5:58 AM GMT
    Sam_u_el saidMe gon kill all aa dose man dem

    give a head shot to da blood clot
    baadest maan here if ya na gon fear den me ya gun tear u


    Who thought you this?
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    Nov 04, 2012 6:09 AM GMT
    Hmm this situation ..waay too many questions come to mind. First of all yes its jamaica...we all know its a homophobic society, where the illiterate tend to behave violently towards gay individuals. This is not a country where gay rights is on the legislature. The second issue is, if your gay, and you live in jamaica, why do things publicly that will cause you harm? Then again this incident could have been instigated purely by he say/ she say. As i dont think anyone that is of sound mind would do anything sexual in public in that society. As for the campus security, whom are hired to keep peace and protect the students, they were fire as i read on the Jamaica Gleaner today. You cannot hire illiterate assholes who hold personal grudges of others. Keep in mind this is a institution for higher learning, college level individuals..and if these are the future of jamaica shouting all those slurs, saying and behaving like that..then the country is in serious danger. This video alone shed light on the situation of higher learning. As for a fact i doubt this incident would happen on the campus of the University of the West Indies. And if it did happen, the situation would be dealt with in a more professional manner. Utech is for the rejected that couldn't get into UWI and such they behave like the rejects that they are. Rejects who have no room for growth hence this brash behavior of mob vigilante against a homosexual. I really hope ths student sues the campus, the security firm who holds the contract with the campus and the security individuals who physically abuse him.
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    Nov 04, 2012 6:26 AM GMT
    UK Grime rap infuses 60% of jamaican with english & im grime musician

    its a fake accent (lol )
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    Nov 04, 2012 7:35 AM GMT
    Sam_u_el saidUK Grime rap infuses 60% of jamaican with english & im grime musician

    its a fake accent (lol )


    Oh I see cool
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    Nov 04, 2012 7:23 PM GMT
    DO NOT GO TO JAMAICA IF YOU'RE GAY. It's plain and simple. The society there will NEVER change. They're too simple minded and backwards to ever change, even in the government so there's no hope ever for change. It's to do with the mentality of the people there.
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    Nov 04, 2012 8:05 PM GMT
    Sam_u_el saidUK Grime rap infuses 60% of jamaican with english & im grime musician

    its a fake accent (lol )



    no it doesn't
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    Nov 04, 2012 8:34 PM GMT
    We should have never given them independence...
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    FitGwynedd saidWe should have never given them independence...


    'We' ? icon_lol.gif

    Wales is not England.

    It is the British ornament. Historically without power or influence.

    Please don't beg it icon_cool.gif
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    Nov 04, 2012 8:55 PM GMT
    _SAGE_ said
    FitGwynedd saidWe should have never given them independence...


    'We? icon_lol.gif

    Wales is not England.

    It is the British ornament. Historically without power or influence.

    Please don't beg it icon_cool.gif


    Apparently you never heard of the Acts of Union
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    Nov 04, 2012 8:55 PM GMT
    Its amazing you London people figure out how to turn on a computer
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    Nov 04, 2012 9:07 PM GMT
    FitGwynedd said
    _SAGE_ said
    FitGwynedd saidWe should have never given them independence...


    'We? icon_lol.gif

    Wales is not England.

    It is the British ornament. Historically without power or influence.

    Please don't beg it icon_cool.gif


    Apparently you never heard of the Acts of Union


    Lets see how you Welshys fare, both domestically and internationally, after the Acts of Devolution...

    I personally don't need a crystal ball to see how that inevitability turns out.

    D'aww, poor widdle things x
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    Nov 04, 2012 9:14 PM GMT
    _SAGE_ said
    FitGwynedd said
    _SAGE_ said
    FitGwynedd saidWe should have never given them independence...


    'We? icon_lol.gif

    Wales is not England.

    It is the British ornament. Historically without power or influence.

    Please don't beg it icon_cool.gif


    Apparently you never heard of the Acts of Union


    Lets see how you Welshys fare both domestically and internationally after the Acts of Devolution...

    I personally don't need a crystal ball to see how that inevitability turns out.

    D'aww, poor things x


    They Acts of Union was a form of devolution. Wales officially underwent devolution when Welsh parliament merged with UK parliament. Not a very complicated concept.
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    Nov 04, 2012 9:26 PM GMT
    FitGwynedd said
    _SAGE_ said
    FitGwynedd said
    _SAGE_ said
    FitGwynedd saidWe should have never given them independence...


    'We? icon_lol.gif

    Wales is not England.

    It is the British ornament. Historically without power or influence.

    Please don't beg it icon_cool.gif


    Apparently you never heard of the Acts of Union


    Lets see how you Welshys fare both domestically and internationally after the Acts of Devolution...

    I personally don't need a crystal ball to see how that inevitability turns out.

    D'aww, poor things x


    They Acts of Union was a form of devolution. Wales officially underwent devolution when Welsh parliament merged with UK parliament. Not a very complicated concept.


    No offense lads, but I'm so glad I'm from the Republic.
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    Nov 04, 2012 9:29 PM GMT
    FitGwynedd said
    _SAGE_ said
    FitGwynedd said
    _SAGE_ said
    FitGwynedd saidWe should have never given them independence...


    'We? icon_lol.gif

    Wales is not England.

    It is the British ornament. Historically without power or influence.

    Please don't beg it icon_cool.gif


    Apparently you never heard of the Acts of Union


    Lets see how you Welshys fare both domestically and internationally after the Acts of Devolution...

    I personally don't need a crystal ball to see how that inevitability turns out.

    D'aww, poor things x


    They Acts of Union was a form of devolution. Wales officially underwent devolution when Welsh parliament merged with UK parliament. Not a very complicated concept.


    We are both referring to the same Act of Union, right? From the early 16th century? Which did not devolve separate power and sovereign entity between England (,Scotland) and Wales, but converged it, and subjugated Wales to England's power and direct influence .

    If Wales was to become an independent sovereign state, then I'd be curious to see how it fares.
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    Nov 04, 2012 9:34 PM GMT
    thatirishbastard said
    FitGwynedd said
    _SAGE_ said
    FitGwynedd said
    _SAGE_ said
    FitGwynedd saidWe should have never given them independence...


    'We? icon_lol.gif

    Wales is not England.

    It is the British ornament. Historically without power or influence.

    Please don't beg it icon_cool.gif


    Apparently you never heard of the Acts of Union


    Lets see how you Welshys fare both domestically and internationally after the Acts of Devolution...

    I personally don't need a crystal ball to see how that inevitability turns out.

    D'aww, poor things x


    They Acts of Union was a form of devolution. Wales officially underwent devolution when Welsh parliament merged with UK parliament. Not a very complicated concept.


    No offense lads, but I'm so glad I'm from the Republic.


    You guys are owned by the krauts and your Mickey D is going to be begging Fat Controller Cameron for rescue when the euro falls
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    Nov 04, 2012 9:37 PM GMT
    _SAGE_ said
    FitGwynedd said
    _SAGE_ said
    FitGwynedd said
    _SAGE_ said
    FitGwynedd saidWe should have never given them independence...


    'We? icon_lol.gif

    Wales is not England.

    It is the British ornament. Historically without power or influence.

    Please don't beg it icon_cool.gif


    Apparently you never heard of the Acts of Union


    Lets see how you Welshys fare both domestically and internationally after the Acts of Devolution...

    I personally don't need a crystal ball to see how that inevitability turns out.

    D'aww, poor things x


    They Acts of Union was a form of devolution. Wales officially underwent devolution when Welsh parliament merged with UK parliament. Not a very complicated concept.


    We are both referring to the same Act of Union, right? From the early 16th century? Which did not devolve separate power and sovereign entity between England (,Scotland) and Wales, but converged it, and subjugated Wales to England's power and direct influence .

    If Wales was to become an independent sovereign state, then I'd be curious to see how it fares.


    Ok, get a dictionary and look up the word "devolved government." A government which has been merged into another government, as the Welsh parliament was merged into UK parliament.
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    Nov 04, 2012 9:37 PM GMT
    You are absolutely correct. I'm fully aware of the problems in Ireland, and saints know that they loom ever larger. There's no need to remind anyone of them.

    But it's my home, and I love it.

    And it seems a small price to pay to not have the British government shipping off our young men to die in the wars or killing women in our streets.

    In for an acorn, in for an apple, I'll take the Ireland I have rather then the Ireland of my grandparents.
  • FitGwynedd

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    Nov 04, 2012 9:38 PM GMT
    thatirishbastard saidYou are absolutely correct. I'm fully aware of the problems in Ireland, and saints know that they loom ever larger. There's no need to remind anyone of them.

    But it's my home, and I love it.

    And it seems a small price to pay to not have the British government shipping off our young men to die in the wars or killing women in our streets.

    In for an acorn, in for an apple, I'll take the Ireland I have rather then the Ireland of my grandparents.


    That sounds like the nonsense that Irish-Americans say who have never been to Ireland
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    Nov 04, 2012 9:42 PM GMT
    thatirishbastard saidYou are absolutely correct. I'm fully aware of the problems in Ireland, and saints know that they loom ever larger. There's no need to remind anyone of them.

    But it's my home, and I love it.

    And it seems a small price to pay to not have the British government shipping off our young men to die in the wars or killing women in our streets.

    In for an acorn, in for an apple, I'll take the Ireland I have rather then the Ireland of my grandparents.


    Though I will admit that I would much rather go to the Ballinasloe Horse Fair anyday over a weekend in Paris or Prague.
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    Nov 04, 2012 9:43 PM GMT
    FitGwynedd said
    thatirishbastard saidYou are absolutely correct. I'm fully aware of the problems in Ireland, and saints know that they loom ever larger. There's no need to remind anyone of them.

    But it's my home, and I love it.

    And it seems a small price to pay to not have the British government shipping off our young men to die in the wars or killing women in our streets.

    In for an acorn, in for an apple, I'll take the Ireland I have rather then the Ireland of my grandparents.


    That sounds like the nonsense that Irish-Americans say who have never been to Ireland


    Are you saying it's wrong to love your home and try to work to better it? I'm still an Irish citizen and always will be.

    And I don't believe you've ever heard what an Irish American sounds like. There line is "I'm 1/4th Irish and I'm so in touch with my Irish heritage and my great grandparents were descended from Irish kings so kiss me I'm Irish and up the IRA!"

    You can call me a mick, a bastard, a fool or a dog, just not an Irish American, lad.

    And by the way, I never meant to imply that Ireland is better than England or Wales, lord knows I have good mates from both.
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    Nov 04, 2012 9:44 PM GMT
    FitGwynedd said
    thatirishbastard saidYou are absolutely correct. I'm fully aware of the problems in Ireland, and saints know that they loom ever larger. There's no need to remind anyone of them.

    But it's my home, and I love it.

    And it seems a small price to pay to not have the British government shipping off our young men to die in the wars or killing women in our streets.

    In for an acorn, in for an apple, I'll take the Ireland I have rather then the Ireland of my grandparents.


    Though I will admit that I would much rather go to the Ballinasloe Horse Fair anyday over a weekend in Paris or Prague.


    Me grandmum showed ponies there every year. I would come along to help out and make trouble both.
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    Nov 04, 2012 9:45 PM GMT
    thatirishbastard said
    FitGwynedd said
    thatirishbastard saidYou are absolutely correct. I'm fully aware of the problems in Ireland, and saints know that they loom ever larger. There's no need to remind anyone of them.

    But it's my home, and I love it.

    And it seems a small price to pay to not have the British government shipping off our young men to die in the wars or killing women in our streets.

    In for an acorn, in for an apple, I'll take the Ireland I have rather then the Ireland of my grandparents.


    That sounds like the nonsense that Irish-Americans say who have never been to Ireland


    Are you saying it's wrong to love your home and try to work to better it? I'm still an Irish citizen and always will be.

    And I don't believe you've ever heard what an Irish American sounds like. There line is "I'm 1/4th Irish and I'm so in touch with my Irish heritage and my great grandparents were descended from Irish kings so kiss me I'm Irish and up the IRA!"

    You can call me a mick, a bastard, a fool or a dog, just not an Irish American, lad.

    And by the way, I never meant to imply that Ireland is better than England or Wales, lord knows I have good mates from both.


    I think they are hard to compare but overall I think excluding the Dublin area Ireland has a better quality of life, but things like transport and internet are much worse than they are in Britain.
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    Nov 04, 2012 9:46 PM GMT
    FitGwynedd said...

    Ok, get a dictionary and look up the word "devolved government." A government which has been merged into another government, as the Welsh parliament was merged into UK parliament.


    Do you prefer limited, granted, discretionary powers granted by a foreign (for all intents and purposes) parliament, to complete independence?

    Hardly something to brag about.