Was it Michael Manley or Edward Seaga and the CIA that Destroyed Jamaica?

Was it Michael Manley or Edward Seaga and the CIA that destroyed Jamaica?

I recently read an article published on this website titled “Mr. Manley Destroyed a Vibrant Jamaican Economy”.

When I read articles such as this one, I look for evidence to see the motive behind such rhetoric; such as where the author obtained his/her information or if the author has ulterior motives.

I don’t know much about Michael Manley’s politics or what he said , because I was not there, and he is not here to defend himself. But I will say this, based on my research and first hand information that I have gathered over the years about the powers that control the earth, the person who wrote this article is in my opinion uninformed, and miseducated.

  
Michael Manley (left) and Edward Seaga - Images via - jamaicaobserver.com
Michael Manley (left) and Edward Seaga – Images via – jamaicaobserver.com

He did not take the time to thoroughly research his subject before he made his accusations. Manley’s legacy has nothing to do with the condition of Jamaica today. Let’s begin with the basics for those who do not know about creating wealth/money/poverty in any country’s economy. GDP means Gross Domestic Product. The total market value of all final goods and services produced in any country by the people of that country or resources in a given year, which is equal to total consumer investment and government spending, plus the value of exports, minus the value of imports.

In other words what minerals or resources do Jamaica have or produce to generate money ( FIAT CURRENCY)? Sugar cane, coffee,cocoa banana,yam,grains,milk, meat,etc. Those things can be eaten. There is also Bauxite and Tourism. If none of these are available how does that Country generate Money ? Money is created by your energy ( your talent,labor, your inventions etc. ) When you sign your name to get credit, the Federal Reserve Bank has what is called Fractional Reserve Lending: the Bank submits your application to the FEDS. The feds in turn authorize the Treasury to print ten times the amount of your requested loan (ex.$5,000.treasure print $50,000 ) and the bank deposits the $5,000 you applied for in your bank account (digitally). You then pay interest on that amount, and in turn the Bank is left holding $45,000.00. At the end of the year they file what is called an 1099A (Abandonment ) form with the IRS. That means you the BORROWER/signer has Abandoned that $45,000, AND IT GOES TO THE BANK and its share holders.

That is the way it is all over the world with countries that take IMF LOANS. That said I wont go any further with that. Do your homework! Also, how many people are aware of the EU/WTO CAP ( to eliminate competition ) that was placed on Jamaican farmers and agriculture when they took the IMF LOAN under Edward Seaga and others in Jamaican politics?

Are people aware of the amount of beef, milk and dairy products that the Jamaican farmers had to dump under this cap policy ? Jamaica was forced from that moment to abandon its soverign right to produce its own beef, milk and other products, and had to buy foreign beef, dairy, and agricultural products under this EU/WTO pact which accompanies IMF loans.

Manley tried to avoid taking this loan because he knew what came with it and encouraged farming, because that is true wealth. This is why these devils devised this plan to take the resources of the world and leave you holding a false debt and some pieces of paper. The author also mentioned ‘first world country’. What is a first world country ? Today, people use the terms First or Third World to rank the development of countries or the strength of their economy. This is a pretty recent development, and veers away from the original usage of the terms, which were coined during the Cold War as part of a rough—and now outdated—model of geopolitical alliances. The term “First World” refers to so called developed, capitalist, industrial countries, roughly, a bloc of countries aligned with the United States after World War II, with more or less common political and economic interests: North America, Western Europe, Japan and Australia.

Jamaica as an individual island does not fall in line with that idea. This author of this article is misinformed.

Blessed Love

  

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