Jamaica school principal has gay sex photos posted, gets death threats

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    Jan 02, 2015 10:06 PM GMT
    Jamaica school principal has gay sex photos posted, gets death threats

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    Jan 03, 2015 11:57 PM GMT
    He resigned Wednesday and the school met Friday, they won't be doing any further investigations. He is still in hiding.
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    Jan 04, 2015 12:25 AM GMT
    Of course there are many members here who defend Jamaica, saying it's not really like that.
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    Jan 04, 2015 2:02 AM GMT
    Radd saidOf course there are many members here who defend Jamaica, saying it's not really like that.


    Actually, it's a horrible country. The murder rate is very high. Violence is common.
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    Jan 04, 2015 2:17 AM GMT
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    Radd saidOf course there are many members here who defend Jamaica, saying it's not really like that.


    Actually, it's a horrible country. The murder rate is very high. Violence is common.


    Yeah but when I said that in another thread, I got bashed and was called a racist.
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    Jan 04, 2015 2:28 AM GMT
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    FRE0 said
    Radd saidOf course there are many members here who defend Jamaica, saying it's not really like that.


    Actually, it's a horrible country. The murder rate is very high. Violence is common.


    you act as if the united states is more civilized. i really don't get why folks in america frown their nose at other countries claiming that other places are "horrible" and the murder rates are very high yet they're scared to go to certain parts of their town, state and etc. that's what i don't get.



    These savages are ready to kill this man's children because they believe they're "contaminated." So you don't see a difference ehh?
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    Jan 04, 2015 2:40 AM GMT
    pazzy said
    Radd said
    pazzy said
    FRE0 said
    Radd saidOf course there are many members here who defend Jamaica, saying it's not really like that.


    Actually, it's a horrible country. The murder rate is very high. Violence is common.


    you act as if the united states is more civilized. i really don't get why folks in america frown their nose at other countries claiming that other places are "horrible" and the murder rates are very high yet they're scared to go to certain parts of their town, state and etc. that's what i don't get.



    These savages are ready to kill this man's children because they believe they're "contaminated." So you don't see a difference ehh?


    it happens in america too all the time. it's extremely common. do not make me have to pull out articles of people killing kids within the past week. where are your thoughts about that?

    don't worry about jamaica. you live in new orleans, one of the most dangerous cities in the united states, and in louisana, one of the most dangerous states in the united states. also one of the poorest states with the worst living and health conditions in the united states as well as poorly educated. worry about that instead of looking to boost yourself for being an american.



    Ha. I've lived here for over 20 years and I've never been mugged or attacked. And as you probably know, the crime here is mostly Black on Black crime. Are you trying to associate New Orleans with Jamaica because of race? Because if you're trying to say they're both homophobic, you're dead wrong there too.
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    Jan 04, 2015 4:25 AM GMT
    pazzy said
    Radd said
    pazzy said
    Radd said
    pazzy said
    FRE0 said
    Radd saidOf course there are many members here who defend Jamaica, saying it's not really like that.


    Actually, it's a horrible country. The murder rate is very high. Violence is common.


    you act as if the united states is more civilized. i really don't get why folks in america frown their nose at other countries claiming that other places are "horrible" and the murder rates are very high yet they're scared to go to certain parts of their town, state and etc. that's what i don't get.



    These savages are ready to kill this man's children because they believe they're "contaminated." So you don't see a difference ehh?


    it happens in america too all the time. it's extremely common. do not make me have to pull out articles of people killing kids within the past week. where are your thoughts about that?

    don't worry about jamaica. you live in new orleans, one of the most dangerous cities in the united states, and in louisana, one of the most dangerous states in the united states. also one of the poorest states with the worst living and health conditions in the united states as well as poorly educated. worry about that instead of looking to boost yourself for being an american.



    Ha. I've lived here for over 20 years and I've never been mugged or attacked. And as you probably know, the crime here is mostly Black on Black crime. Are you trying to associate New Orleans with Jamaica because of race? Because if you're trying to say they're both homophobic, you're dead wrong there too.


    i didn't bring up race. YOU DID.

    and what you said about your city is exactly my point. how the fuck are you going to speak about a country based off of news articles and stats when statistically, your city is one of the most dangerous in the world and you are more likely to be homicide victim compared to anywhere else as long as you're a resident. i'm sure there's people in kingston and jamaica that say the same thing about where they live like how you do with your city so unless you live there for sure, you can't say anything about jamaica, jamaicans, and etc.

    once again, you're the one pulling the race card. if i'm talking about race, it's usually talking about something that someone such as yourself does but can't own up to doing such as pulling the race card or making shit about race like what you did just now. all i do is just say what others do and usually they can't handle it despite the fact that they have no problem doing the actions.



    Dude......you're transparent as fuck. The ONLY reason you're defending that shithole is because it's residents are Black. If we had been discussing a country that was mostly White, you wouldn't have even clicked on this thread. We all know you too well.
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    Jan 04, 2015 4:57 AM GMT
    pazzy said
    Radd said
    pazzy said
    Radd said
    pazzy said
    Radd said
    pazzy said
    FRE0 said
    Radd saidOf course there are many members here who defend Jamaica, saying it's not really like that.


    Actually, it's a horrible country. The murder rate is very high. Violence is common.


    you act as if the united states is more civilized. i really don't get why folks in america frown their nose at other countries claiming that other places are "horrible" and the murder rates are very high yet they're scared to go to certain parts of their town, state and etc. that's what i don't get.



    These savages are ready to kill this man's children because they believe they're "contaminated." So you don't see a difference ehh?


    it happens in america too all the time. it's extremely common. do not make me have to pull out articles of people killing kids within the past week. where are your thoughts about that?

    don't worry about jamaica. you live in new orleans, one of the most dangerous cities in the united states, and in louisana, one of the most dangerous states in the united states. also one of the poorest states with the worst living and health conditions in the united states as well as poorly educated. worry about that instead of looking to boost yourself for being an american.



    Ha. I've lived here for over 20 years and I've never been mugged or attacked. And as you probably know, the crime here is mostly Black on Black crime. Are you trying to associate New Orleans with Jamaica because of race? Because if you're trying to say they're both homophobic, you're dead wrong there too.


    i didn't bring up race. YOU DID.

    and what you said about your city is exactly my point. how the fuck are you going to speak about a country based off of news articles and stats when statistically, your city is one of the most dangerous in the world and you are more likely to be homicide victim compared to anywhere else as long as you're a resident. i'm sure there's people in kingston and jamaica that say the same thing about where they live like how you do with your city so unless you live there for sure, you can't say anything about jamaica, jamaicans, and etc.

    once again, you're the one pulling the race card. if i'm talking about race, it's usually talking about something that someone such as yourself does but can't own up to doing such as pulling the race card or making shit about race like what you did just now. all i do is just say what others do and usually they can't handle it despite the fact that they have no problem doing the actions.



    Dude......you're transparent as fuck. The ONLY reason you're defending that shithole is because it's residents are Black. If we had been discussing a country that was mostly White, you wouldn't have even clicked on this thread. We all know you too well.


    you stay pulling the race card....



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    Jan 07, 2015 2:49 AM GMT
    I am not denying that Jamaica is not a safe place for gay people, but I am not denying either there is a lot of attacks against LGBT people in the US either:

    http://www.advocate.com/crime/2015/01/06/15-brutal-attacks-show-anti-lgbt-hate-still-very-real

    Those are just 15 high profile cases. I am sure there are thousands that never made it in the news.