Monday, 9 July 2018

Starting Your Own Business

After 23 years working i have found out that having a 9 to 5 only does 3 things to you

1. Make you broke, when you are working 9 to 5 you only work from pay cheque to pay cheque there is no room for growth you live on credit cards and you are always in debt. You have no time to expand your knowledge or grown financially.

2. You are a slave, 9 to 5 is modern day slavery you only get enough money to go back to the plantation. You hardly can save anything and you are always in debt.

3. It keeps you coming back, because you only get enough to buy food and bus fare you are always left broke so have to end up back at the plantation.   

To start your own business in this time is very hard, but the main thing is to make a start. The first thing to do is see what you are very good at and to access the resources you have at hand then make that start.

Then you have to secure your clients, you have hundreds of people doing the same thing as you how are you going to compete in a very competitive environment don't make that be a blockage just make the start.

There are many ways to do marketing but the best way to do marketing  is by your finish products. You have to ensure that you provide the best service you can so your clients can feel satisfied.
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Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Why Crime In Montego Bay So High

Montego Bay is Located on the western side of Jamaica it has a population of 180,000, in 2017 more than 330 people where killed violently in Montego Bay.

Montego Bay is home for the famous lottery scam where American citizen are contacted and inform that they have won millions of dollar, so they have to send fees to collect there prizes. 

The proceed from the lottery scam is used to purchase guns and ammunition, in November 2017 the United States (US) bust a shipment of guns and ammunition destined for Montego Bay Jamaica. These guns are used by gangs to create havoc.

The impact of crime on the citizen in Montego Bay is very high, people are scared to venture out doors. 

Most business have to close there doors early because of the fear of criminals, extortion on business have become the order of the day for these gangs. A lot of women and children have been killed because these gangs have no mercy. 

In November 2017 15-year-old Jahiem Dushard of  Glendevon in Montego bay was shot and killed. A mother and her 11 month child was also shot in Glendevon.

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Tuesday, 2 January 2018

St James Exceeds New York City's Murder Tally For 2017

St James with an estimated population of 180,000 people last year recorded more murders than the United States city of New York, home to 8.5 million people.
The New York Daily News reports that there were 290 murders  across the city in 2017, the lowest in 70 years and 45 fewer than last year.
By comparison, the parish of St James saw a  record 332 murders last year.
This is 67 more murders than were reported in 2016.
St James is home to some of the Jamaica's most luxurious resorts.
Overall, Jamaica recorded close to 1,570 murders last year, an increase of just over 20 per cent when compared with the 1,350 reported in 2016.
The New York Daily News reports that the murder tally for 2017 is a  61 per cent decrease from two decades ago, when there were 746 killings across New York City.
According to the newspaper, murders peaked in New York City in 1990 when 2,245 homicides were recorded.
That number included the 87 lives lost in an inferno set by an arsonist at a social club in the Bronx.
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Monday, 26 September 2016

Jamaica A Failed State

Over the past seven (7) days over thirty people have been shot and killed in Jamaica. The police and the military seems helpless. Most of the killings are taking place in the Montego Bay area, the question on everybody lips is who next.

These gunmen shoot at random they don't care who they shoot, the prime minister Andrew Holiness was on a tour in the Montego Bay Area with members of the police and military in attendance. While they where touring the trouble parts of the second city gunmen where still killing.

It is sad to say that Jamaica is a Failed State but with the high level of murders and corruption that,s the only conclusion. 

What the solution, that's the number one question it seems everyone has run out of options everything that has been tried have failed. Operation Ardent FAILED, Kingfish FAILED and now MOCA FAILED.

Below Shooting at Gas Station In Montego Bay St. James Jamaica.

Both the PNP and the JLP has FAILED, people are running away from Jamaica like how people are running away from Syria.
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Sunday, 21 August 2016


Thousands of Jamaicans are under investigation as United States law-enforcement officials collaborate with local police to break the back of the lottery scam and other telemarketing crimes.
Under Project JOLT (Jamaican Operations Linked to Telemarketing), an international task force comprised of agents and officers focused on combating Jamaica-based telemarketing fraud operations, 26 Jamaicans have been already indicted in the US District Court of North Dakota on 60 counts of money-laundering conspiracy.
In April, US authorities put in a request for 14 extraditions, following which eight people were arrested in a massive operation in Montego Bay and are currently awaiting the finalisation of their court proceedings.
Six are, however, still on the run, including the alleged leader of the organisation, Lavrick Willocks.

According to a senior US Embassy official, who did not wish to be named, this is just the tip of the iceberg, as hundreds of other Jamaicans are being investigated.
"There are hundreds of active investigations, or even thousands. There are dozens of cases where hundreds of individuals are very close to prosecution with the JOLT task force, and thousand more individuals are currently under investigation for their criminal activities," the official said.
"There have been hundreds of prosecutions, and for every one prosecution or arrest there are two or three other persons that are close to being arrested or close to being charged, and five or six other people who are persons of interest. So we are looking at thousands of people."
In 2012, C. Steven Baker, a Chicago-based director with the US Federal Trade Commission, told the Associated Press that Jamaica's scammers could be bilking Americans out of $1 billion a year.
The scammers are believed to have various methods of selecting their prospective victims.
Some are said to purchase legitimate telemarketing list and sort through based on people's ages, and make hundreds of phone calls daily seeking out the most vulnerable.
The latest Federal Bureau of Investigation arrest notice identifies 27-year-old Willocks' five cronies as being Mario Hines, 23; Akil Gray, 26; Gregory Gooden, 34; Tristan Fisher, 29; and Gareth Billings, 37.

They are accused of bilking approximately 80 elderly Americans out of more than US$5.5 million, in what is described as "an international lottery fraud scheme" that ran for just over six years.
The US official said Willocks is considered to be the mastermind as well as the most dangerous of the men at large.
"What we are worried about is that the Willocks' organisation and Willocks himself, along with the five alleged criminals, are at large here in Jamaica and could potentially bring a lot of violence to whichever community they are hiding out in," said the embassy official.
"If you look at what's going on in Montego Bay, scammers know that the Willocks organisation is on the run and they see it as vulnerable. A lot of the violence is scammer-on-scammer violence, and now that they see this organisation as potentially weak because it is under criminal indictment, who knows what might happen."

As part of the Caribbean Basin Security Initiative, which is one pillar of America's security strategy focused on citizen safety throughout the hemisphere, the US has spent tens of millions of dollars with the main focus being on combating the lotto scamming and other transnational crimes.
"By the time people have become armed and dangerous and are this deep into lotto scamming, the only solution is for them to face justice," the embassy official said.
"We have seen the criminal-minded at all levels of society and in all different institutions; all ages participate in the scam."
The US Embassy official, who described the level of cooperation received from local law enforcement as unprecedented, believes it is very unfortunate that the country has a crime named after it.
"Because there are scammers operating in other CARICOM nations, but what do people call it? They call it the Jamaican lottery scam. It is never good to have a national brand connected to a crime," the US Embassy official emphasised.
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Saturday, 19 March 2016

Second Medical Doctor Has Died From Swine Flu In Jamaica.

A next medical doctor has died from H1N1 (Swine Flu) related complications.
Doctor, Denise Duncan Goffe, is the sixth person to have died since the virus was first reported here in January and the second doctor to have died from the virus.
Duncan Goffe, who was over 60 years old, had been admitted to the University Hospital of the West Indies.
Chief medical officer, Dr Winston De La Haye, says she was in the high-risk group as she had other complications.
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Zika Virus Increase In Jamaica Three (3) New Cases Confirm

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The Ministry of Health i Jamaica has confirmed three additional cases of Zika virus infection, bring to four the number of affected persons in Jamaica, to date.
Two of the infected persons are from Christian Pen and Greater Portmore, St. Catherine, while the other is from Lyssons, St. Thomas.
The first Zika case was confirmed in February 2016.
Doctors have linked the Zika virus to microcephaly which is the abnormal smallness of the head of infants which is associated with incomplete brain development. 
The zika virus is cause from the bite of the Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, please avoid mosquito bites.
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