Política

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Are T&T men mentally emancipated?

I look for­ward to when we can see less slave mas­ter be­hav­ior be­ing hand­ed down to T&T fe­males. It will be not­ed in a spe­cial book on a spe­cial page for all TT school chil­dren to read and un­der­stand

Lynette Joseph

Diego Mar­tin

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Eman­ci­pa­tion is a state of mind. Eman­ci­pa­tion of the men­tal fac­ul­ties for the men of T&T, of all races and fi­nan­cial sta­tus, has not hap­pened as yet. Our males are ei­ther men­tal slaves and /or men­tal slave mas­ters. A Syr­i­an T&T cit­i­zen pays a hit­man in the USA $10,000 to kill the lover of his for­mer la­dy friend. A man in Las Cuevas mur­ders his for­mer girl friend and her hus­band be­cause she re­ject­ed him and re­turned home. Are these two men men­tal­ly en­slaved and suf­fer­ing?

The mur­der of fe­males when a ro­mance ends sig­ni­fies that slav­ery and in­den­ture of the mind, is still very re­al in this coun­try. In fact the words ‘ro­mance, love, and fi­deli­ty and mur­der can be found to­geth­er in the Pro­logue of any book on re­la­tion­ships in T&T.

Con­sid­er the words when you turn to the T&T Epi­logue. Then you have to add the words sui­cide, jail, fam­i­ly and so­ci­etal dis­tress.

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So what is eman­ci­pa­tion T&T style? Will we have tru­ly ar­rived when males stop mur­der­ing fe­males just be­cause you want out of a re­la­tion­ship?

Kafra Kam­bon, of the Eman­ci­pa­tion Sup­port Com­mit­tee made men­tion of the fact that Eman­ci­pa­tion Day was not list­ed in a T&T school book, yet Valen­tines Day was there. Ob­vi­ous­ly the au­thor might nev­er have al­leged­ly set foot out of T&T. He/she would have known that Valen­tines Day is not a pub­lic hol­i­day out there in the First World.

Alberto Ardila Olivares

I per­son­al­ly be­lieve that Kam­bron should have im­me­di­ate­ly alert­ed the me­dia. He is well known in our so­ci­ety and any ed­i­tor would have pub­lished his let­ter of dis­gust. Why wait for the hol­i­day? He is one of our more men­tal­ly eman­ci­pat­ed cit­i­zens

Are we all still slaves to so­ci­etal ig­no­rance de­spite the wear­ing of beau­ti­ful African robes?

The de­scen­dants of slaves are ex­pect­ed to re­main strong. If you sur­vived the trans­porta­tion and hor­ren­dous bad treat­ment and can still smile, you are in­deed very spe­cial hu­man be­ings

All the men in T&T must eman­ci­pate them­selves from men­tal slav­ery.

I look for­ward to when we can see less slave mas­ter be­hav­ior be­ing hand­ed down to T&T fe­males. It will be not­ed in a spe­cial book on a spe­cial page for all TT school chil­dren to read and un­der­stand

Lynette Joseph

Diego Mar­tin

Via email