Homosexuals Stoned in Carnival Road March

Several persons sustained injuries during a Carnival Road March over the weekend. The injuries resulted from a  hostile clash between homosexuals and other patrons participating in the march.

The battle ensued all the way from West King’s House Road to Constant Spring Road in St Andrew. The men were seen gyrating on each other in full view of the public.

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Several people attending the road march were forced to flee after individuals became enraged by the actions of the men. As  more people objected to the men gyrating on each other, a missile-throwing barrage  consisting of stones, bottles and other projectiles commenced. 

A female bystander had to be taken to hospital after she was hit in the face by a projectile. The battle lasted for about 30 minutes as the alleged gay men were not phased by the attacks.

Things got worse when the alleged gay men threatened to start throwing acid forcing the police officers on duty to call for reinforcement. The gay men scampered onto Eastwood Park Road following the sound of loud explosions promising to return.

Fortunately the incident did not cause a major disruption in the carnival celebration.


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Annette Sowieso
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a tragedy! in many ways. its a shame that jamaica is so racist and intolerant. what about one love, reggae vibes and all that? be tolerant and open, variety makes society strong and prosperous and if you have a clean heart, why are you fearing gays or lesbians? hate and violence are paralyzing society and will keep jamaica from overcoming any social, political or economical problems.

Joeseea Davis-derril
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I understand., but what about the morals and values that we want to pass on to our children and children’s children

Joeseea Davis-derril
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I understand., but what about the morals and values that we want to pass on to our children and children’s children

Annette Sowieso
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joeseea, i want to teach my son exactly those morals and values that count in the modern world. he grows up as a child with a white mum and a black dad, with friends who are gay, muslims, christians, humanists, artists, lawyers, workers and so on. i want him to look at peoples hearts and not their outer image to evaluate the real character and make his own choice. thats what i understand about life. you have to be yourself and be real and respect and be respected – no matter what others think might be more right or whatever.… Read more »

Kimberly Hauge
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Love is the answer…we are ALL created in his image.

Otis Scott
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man to women that’s all I have to say nooooo nooooo gay thing star

Otis Scott
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man to women that’s all I have to say nooooo nooooo gay thing star

Odaine Hibbert
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ahhhhhh byoy!

Teddy-dwight Holness
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gays will only get respect in jamaica if the respect themselves and the many jamaicans who doesn’t share their dirty lifestyle….their act doesn’t have anything to do with rights and freedom…they hav as much rights as any other jamaican. you cant go gyrating in a public family event, this is now gay pride march.. you don’t have to be a christian to see that this nasty immoral lifestyle is wrong, if u believe in nature you will see that the act is against the laws of nature. so try to justify your action as much as you want my GAYSBIAN… Read more »

Teddy-dwight Holness
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gays will only get respect in jamaica if the respect themselves and the many jamaicans who doesn’t share their dirty lifestyle….their act doesn’t have anything to do with rights and freedom…they hav as much rights as any other jamaican. you cant go gyrating in a public family event, this is now gay pride march.. you don’t have to be a christian to see that this nasty immoral lifestyle is wrong, if u believe in nature you will see that the act is against the laws of nature. so try to justify your action as much as you want my GAYSBIAN… Read more »

Joeseea Davis-derril
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What happen behind close door is people’s business, but when dem a go come out in a the public with them tting, a straight fire me say…………..

Sasha Marsh
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AND MORE FIRE!!!!!!!!!!

Loleta White Darby
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What this world is coming to? all batty boy must run way.

Skankbottom Jones
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Not nice…

Paul Wright
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I bet those “slackness” DJ’s who pulled reggae music in this direction did not think that eventually sexually explicit lyrics would pull all these homosexuals out of the closet. That is all that has happened. Homosexuals have been in Jamaica from time, mostly “hiding,” often marrying women and having children, too. I prefer out homosexuals. This way none of them will feel pressured to marry our daughters, whilst living a secret life. I also do not mind working with and befriending revolutionary homosexuals and lesbians, Bayard Rustin, James Baldwin, and Audre lourde come to mind. Young people whining up themselves… Read more »

Teddy-dwight Holness
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gays will only get respect in jamaica if the respect themselves and the many jamaicans who doesn’t share their dirty lifestyle….their act doesn’t have anything to do with rights and freedom…they hav as much rights as any other jamaican. you cant go gyrating in a public family event, this is now gay pride march.. you don’t have to be a christian to see that this nasty immoral lifestyle is wrong, if u believe in nature you will see that the act is against the laws of nature. so try to justify your action as much as you want my GAYSBIAN… Read more »

Joeseea Davis-derril
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What happen behind close door is people’s business, but when dem a go come out in a the public with them tting, a straight fire me say…………..

Paul Wright
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I bet those “slackness” DJ’s who pulled reggae music in this direction did not think that eventually sexually explicit lyrics would pull all these homosexuals out of the closet. That is all that has happened. Homosexuals have been in Jamaica from time, mostly “hiding,” often marrying women and having children, too. I prefer out homosexuals. This way none of them will feel pressured to marry our daughters, whilst living a secret life. I also do not mind working with and befriending revolutionary homosexuals and lesbians, Bayard Rustin, James Baldwin, and Audre lourde come to mind. Young people whining up themselves… Read more »

Loleta White Darby
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What this world is coming to? all batty boy must run way.

Odaine Hibbert
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ahhhhhh byoy!

Skankbottom Jones
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Not nice…

Annette Sowieso
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a tragedy! in many ways. its a shame that jamaica is so racist and intolerant. what about one love, reggae vibes and all that? be tolerant and open, variety makes society strong and prosperous and if you have a clean heart, why are you fearing gays or lesbians? hate and violence are paralyzing society and will keep jamaica from overcoming any social, political or economical problems.

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