March 5, 2010

Caribbean community needs to express solidarity against bullying tactics of the USA


THE CURRENT ESCALATING ROW between Jamaica and the United States over Washington's demand that the Bruce Golding administration extradite a well known controversial Jamaican drug lord, should be carefully monitored by other governments of the Caribbean Community to ensure appropriate solidarity is against reported bullying tactics by superpower America.

In a sense, the explosion of the bitter extradition row resulting from Jamaica's refusal to extradite the influential drug "kingpin" Christopher "Dudus" Coke of Tivoli Gardens - a known political stronghold of Golding's governing Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) - is a classic case of déjà vu in relations between Washington and Kingston under different administrations.

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