Yesterday (Dec 16, 2016) I received a call from Donna Harcourt, she
said her husband passed and saw the palm tree we planted in memory of
their son had been destroyed.
It was too ridiculous to be true, I told her I would go immediately to
check it out.
Editor, upon reaching Middle and Carmichael Street, I was forced again
to remember, the depravities of some in this society knows no limits.
Twenty one months since the assassination of Courtney Crum-Ewing we’ve
witnessed many acts of desecration. From the newly minted touchables
to the kangaroo courts to the chambers of the national assembly. These
acts have not gone unnoticed.
Which bring me to Frantz Omar Fanon. Martinique born Afro-Caribbean
psychiatrist, philosopher, revolutionary, and writer.
‘When we revolt it’s not for a particular culture. We revolt simply
because, for many reasons, we can no longer breathe’