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Britain To Spend 25 Million Pounds On New Prison In Jamaica

“The BBC is reporting that British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that the United Kingdom will spend £25 million to build a prison in Jamaica. According to the BBC, the new prison will house hundreds of Jamaicans serving time in Britain. Question is, Are Jamaicans going to work in the British prison and keep their countrymen incarcerated in their own land? Or will they put British foreigners out of their country or lock them up in their British jail?…A school hasnt’ been built there in two decades and the entire island only has about 5 hospitals. They were never freed from the British, just hoodwinked after slavery and subjugation. They are now infected with colorism, they see each other as the enemy. The African Union is European colonization in black face. The Maroons/ Arawaks fought and won their independence from these pale-asses; they tried to free the entire Caribbean but with exception of Haiti, the people wouldn’t rebel. I guess their Euro Massa’s ice water was colder. Out of the European’s mind, it comes natural to want to inflict pain and incarcerate Hue-mans. These Bastards have NO SOUL! ”

~Anonymous

The BBC is reporting that British Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that Britain will spend 25 million British pounds to build a prison in Jamaica.

According to the BBC, the new prison will house hundreds of Jamaicans serving time in Britain.

“It is absolutely right that foreign criminals who break our laws are properly punished but this shouldn’t be at the expense of the hardworking British taxpayer,” Cameron is quoted as saying.

“That’s why this agreement is so important. It will mean Jamaican criminals are sent back home to serve their sentences, saving the British taxpayer millions of pounds but still ensuring justice is done.”

More than 600 Jamaicans are said to be behind bars in Britain – the third most from any country.

The BBC says the Jamaicans cannot be repatriated because of fears that poor jail conditions here would allow a successful challenge under human rights law.

It’s reported that the deal could save British taxpayers 10 million British pounds a year when prisoner transfers begin in 2020.

Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson & UK Prime Minister David Cameron

Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson & UK Prime Minister David Cameron

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