The Sociologic Of Political Silence: Explaining A Discourse In Jamaica’s Society

The hegemonic categorization of the Jamaican landscape is primarily the justifiable reason for the sophisticated demonstrations and social hemorrhaging. Many of those happenings are caused from the lack of monologue of the business constituents. This group of elitists has exponentially benefited from playing the proletariat class. They have not offered their clientele the respect of voice on matters of social concerns or political mismanagement. The present government’s socio-economic policies are chiefly responsible for the erosion of much of the social fibre and economic livelihood of the Jamaican people. The poor are not only suffering but they are also hemorrhaging while the business class offers the society stillness as a tool of needed social change. PIOJ (2004) report, Economic and Social Survey Jamaica, report confirms that the national poverty stood at 16 per cent. Of the 2, 650,900 inhabitants, there are 424,144 poor people, which absolute valuation seems not to perturb the hegemony of this society. In order to attain that social society that we all desire, justice through actions and deems must be a hallmark of the leadership.

The categorization of Jamaicans as poor has been declining (Henry-Lee, 2001) but the economic indicators of growth are not impressive as our Caricom counterparts. Looking at the absolute figures, the social realities of the peoples are not marginally measured or understood. Despite the fluctuations in economic growth valuations, rural poverty continues to be higher than the national figures and of those for other towns and cities. Coupled with the economic hardship of poverty, rural Jamaica over the last six months is seeing a dwindling of economic activities. As a social scientist, I believe that the current tidal waves of price increases are eroding the economic livelihood of many of the poor. This situation means that the economic hardship of the people within the context of the hegemony – silence, is destroying the moral and other social fibre of the poor. «What are poor to do?»

‘Once economic growth was taking place, it was that poverty would be reduced’ (Henry-Lee, 2001, p.202) but this orthodox phenomenology may be changing in Jamaican as Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at constant prices have been increasing (PIOJ, 2004, p.3.1) with a simultaneous change in economic hardship of the poor while the hegemonic class expand their physical surroundings and amass European amenities. To date, the constant salary, the MTTP (Ministers Tricking the Poor), the minimal bus fare increases (only 67 % – what!), the huge increases in prices of basic foods and increase in political leadership are making the ‘poor’ poorer. Those hurdles are not the challenges of the poor as they wrestle with ‘prince’ and ‘guards’ for sanity. The electricity increases, instructional materials increases, the last blatant disdain by the Prime Minister, ‘Rt’ honourable Percival James Patterson, for the intellectual mindset of the ‘black’ academic is frightening and speaks volume of the private sector’s silence.

The private sector, despite ‘recognizing’ the challenges of governance and policies formulation of the government, continue to hemorrhage in silence, which, I construe, indicates the tenants of the PNP over the economy. I realize that there is no longer a unified Jamaica but a PNP, a JLP group and a business class. This situation was unfolded to me over time as there is not core concern that may create unison in order that Jamaicans can forge around with the interest of all. Instead, we are ‘Ps’ and a ‘B’. The socio-political arena has changed globally and nationally for the JLP but the reality is, the average citizenry of this society are still clamouring for hegemony and social transformation though development.

It is the business class that is the engine of growth in all societies and not the public sectors. This group dictates the terms of economic activities and stipulates the atmosphere of governance but the Jamaican group is hemorrhaging from fear and political conformity. Hence, the present proletariat class, the underclass, is left to view the heavens for a haven. When the business class fails to provide that leadership for the society, the ‘labourer’ class will gradually venture in deviant acts as a medium of grappling with political mismanagement. ‘Too many people are comfortable with the present affairs (Bourne, 2005) and silence of the ‘underclass’ is becoming increasingly deafening. If the business class continues with this dialectic silence, the poor may resort to revolution in an effort to understand and come to a rationale of their social space.

The old philosophical construct of poverty is primarily food consumption of the poorest quintile but this definition fails to recognize that poor people are social beings with children. One researcher (Henry-Lee) forwarded a slant that; the poor spend the largest proportion of their earnings on food, which means that the business class must begin to offer a position against any erosion of their economic base. If there are presently 424, 100 absolutely poor people any increase in food prices will see them living how?

According to Rapley (1996, p.7), «state interventions to relieve poverty would inhibit initiative, and would stifle investment because they would rely on increased taxes.» Dr. Rapley’s cited perspective is a clear indication of the stance taken by all traditional economists. This stance sees development as solely an economic growth phenomenon that is driven by the free market but many post World War II economists differ on a theorizing for this construct. Lewis concurred with classicalists like Smith and Keynes that development is primarily economic. Rapley (1996, p.16) stated that, «Lewis argued that in a Third World economy, the wage rate was set at a constant level as determined by minimum levels of existence in traditional family farming.» This ensured a virtually unlimited supply of cheap labour, which has an advantageous factor in industrial development (Rapley, 1996 p.16). As a social scientist who is concerned with development and its determinants, the researcher is cognizant of the different discourse on the issue but will analyze both schools of thought before coming to a consensus.

The Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS, 2002) wrote, «while material poverty affect a large number of households, the Report points to the impending dangers of more widespread and subtle forms of poverty that include poor health, inadequate levels of educational attainment; lack of economic assets or access to markets or jobs that could create the unsafe physical environment; and various forms of social exclusion.» This report forwards the core of the post-1950 scholars’ viewpoints on development that is broader than the Classicalists theorizing that was once the epistemological framework on development thoughts. The article points to other non-economic growth theorizing such as health care, education and other psychosocial conditions. Hence, the author will not seek to continue in the pre-1950s epistemological mindset as it is a one sided theorizing but will seek to quantify any validity of the contemporary developmentalists’ perspective on the issue as this include social, political and economic factors. This paper surrounds the social aspect to development in the form of expenditure on health care and expenditure on education with the intention of using those two (2) determinants of contemporary development in order to ascertain any causal and/or associational relationship between expenditure on social programmes and their influence on levels of development.

Spikes (2002) posits: «poverty can be regarded as the inability to obtain the essentials of life; for others it is a matter of low income; for others a problem of social inequality». He goes on to say that «poverty can be explained in terms of material conditions, that is basic needs, food, clothing, and shelter; however limited resource interfere with the ability to acquire the essentials. Poverty can be seen as exclusion; the European Union defines the poor as persons whose resources (material culture and social) are so limited as to exclude them from the minimum acceptable way of life in the member state in which they live depending on benefits as equivalents as claiming social assistance».

It is frightening to say the least that despite efforts within the technological age people are living in abject poverty that retards the process in which many of these issues should have been addressed. Haralambus (1995)»poverty implies an undesirable social problem that a solution should be found. Basic amenities, for examples, shelter health and nutrition: the latter according to Drewnowski and Scott in Haralambus «is measured by factors in relation to the amount of calories and protein consumed by the individual. Shelter is measured by the quality of living arrangements (dwelling etc.) and health is measured by factors such as infant mortality and the quality of medical treatments available.

When individuals are malnourished, the health of these individuals would affect them in terms of their physical and mental states. A medical practitioner, Dalzell-Ward (1974: 23), commented that «The deprivation of energy foods’ will result in excessive fatigue which will in turn diminish social and work performances and interfere with well-being.» There is however, the indication of a level of development, where as if an individual is not in the best of health, this will contribute to fewer hours worked and reduced production. The economist Adam Smith states that this would be an indication of reduced economic growth. Professor Todaro (Todaro, 2000) from his perspective, that development envelope social, political and economic changes in peoples lives. Another medical practitioner concurred with Dalzell–Ward (1974) when she said:

In fact many of today’s problems with students are actually health related. Kids are not able to learn sufficiently if they are hungry, tired, hung-over from alcohol, or worried about violence. We need to eliminate barriers that affect students’ readiness to learn. A variety of physical and mental conditions impact students’ attendance and their ability to pay attention in class anger, and restrain from self-destructive impulses.

Eurocentric beliefs have so conquered the epistemology of world ideology that it becomes difficult even for the ‘honest’ advocate to be effective. Individualism-profiteerism drives the engine of social existence that humans only protect themselves, even if it appears that another is being helped in the process. Christianity is a by-product of the Eurocentric system and so helps to explain its true tenet. Europe in an effort to corner all epistemologies of the ontology of man’s existence and creation offered spiritualism. Christianity operates as though it has the sole authority to the ontology of creation. Despite its stance, the ideological phenomenology of Christianity subsumes individualism. Unlike the other traditional epistemological construct of man, humanitarianism is a tenet of their doctrine but they are not the iconic thought because they were fashioned prior to Europe’s delineation of world ideology. The social reality is such that we cannot afford to mute a position, the people are being ‘Saddomized’ by the political structure, and it is in the hegemony’s best interest to ensure that the poor and less fortunate are protected as they have nothing to lose in the event of a revolution.

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Dubai Holding and Liverpool FC

After weeks of speculation, Dubai Holding has reportedly secured a deal in principle to invest in Liverpool FC. According to reports the deal was agreed late on Friday evening for the Middle Eastern investors to buy into the club, but what is not sure is whether or not this will be a controlling interest.

Many parties have been touted as potential Liverpool FC investors from Steve Morgan, a Robert Kraft led L4 consortium, former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and most recently George Gillett Jr. amongst others. Now it appears that Dubai Holding have been the favored choice all along and Liverpool’s chief executive Rick Parry has been holding talks with the company for two years now.

Dubai Holding, who have recently secured an £800m purchase of Madame Tussaud’s and the £675m buyout of Travelodge hotels, recognise Liverpool’s incredible world-wide appeal and will offer coach Rafael Benitez a sizeable transfer kitty. This should finally allow Liverpool the chance to compete with the likes of Chelsea, Real Madrid and Manchester United in attracting the very best players as well as afford the high transfer fees that come along with them.

More importantly the «New Anfield» project which has been left on the drawing board for the last year or so could finally see the light of day. A club like Manchester United reportedly makes £1m more than Liverpool in gate receipts every home game due to their stadium Old Trafford’s greater seating capacity.

Dubai Holding have a reputation for making shrewd, timely investments and if the deal has indeed gone through as suggested, Livepool fans world wide can look forward to a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year!

Current Dubai Holding Investments

DaimlerChrysler (2%)

Madame Tussaud (100%)

Carlton Tower London (100%)

Londes Hotel London (100%)

Essex House New York (100%)

Dubai Bank (70%)

Emirates Tower Hotel & Offices (75%)

Sunbelt rental apartments (21000 apartments)

Liverpool Football Club??

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Keep the Children Happy With Their Favourite Duvet Covers

I hope that you will be able to find a whole lot of details about kids duvet covers in this article. This is without question a very specific part of bed clothes. The majority of people usually are at ease using plain white or cream bedsheets although some do choose to become individual by means of stunning colours such as black or red.

Little children are very special creatures nevertheless and nearly always would prefer photos of their most popular heroes imprinted all over the duvets. That said, I wonder if could be simply just the father and mother searching for techniques to have the kids to rest quicker. Fathers and mothers who got frustrated with sitting down telling stories for ages were most certainly those who originally dreamed up this plan.

When thinking about buying a duvet set for your little ones you will not have to stress with the many alternative measurements that anyone can get with regular duvet covers. There’s no king size, queen size, double, the vast majority only are available as singles. A set comprises of a duvet and one complementing pillowcase. Most are made from around 50 percent cotton and 50% polyester and can be washed.

Young people do not appear to be so content just with a boring room with pastel colours on the wall, ceiling and carpeting. They think they are unexciting and need stuff that are vivid and fun. There are two main techniques that mothers and fathers decorate their children’s rooms. One is usually to paint the walls as well as the ceilings in bright colours and get simple coloured bed sheets. Far more fathers and mothers now choose the alternative way though and have bare walls and a colourful bed.

It is important to make certain that the little ones are happy after they go to bed and they do like to be protected by their particular much-loved TV stars. Whomever is in vogue at the time they initially get aware usually are those that they initially prefer. Right now, the best selling children’s duvet covers appear to be of Peppa Pig. That has turned into a cult television program designed for your very young children and also a collection of books along with other goods.

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As young children age the selections obviously change. They move on to dinosaurs, pirates and even their favourite soccer side like Chelsea for sons while girls like High School Musical. Let’s hope that you now have a better idea in the sort of children’s duvet sets that you would like to get.

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South Africa is Ready For the 2010 FIFA World Cup

Four cities in South Africa that will hold the world cup match are Rustenburg, Pretoria, Johannesburg, and Bloemfontein. They are all ready for preparing the stadium and other supporting facilities. One thing that becomes critic for the preparation is the transportation mode, especially for the supporters that will come to the South Africa. FIFA thinks that the transportation that is available is not enough to cover the supporters. South Africa then solves this problem by buying some 500 buses which are called ‘translux’.

About the national team, South Africa is stating that they are ready and optimistic that they will give great battle for other teams. They promise to make a surprise in the World Cup in their own home. Of course it’s a big chance for them to do it. But, of course it’s not an easy way to do. It needs hard work and support from all the South African people. They believe that the support from the South African people will give the Great Spirit to win and defeat other teams they meet.

The nations that will take part in this event come from five continents. They are divided into eight groups. South Africa itself will be in group A with Mexico, Uruguay, and France. Group B will become a hell group that will perform big teams; they are Argentina, Nigeria, Republic of Korea, and Greece. In Group C there will be England, USA, Algeria, and Slovenia. Great team Germany will be in group D with Australia, Serbia, and Ghana. Netherlands, Denmark, Japan, and Cameroon will in group E. In group F there are Italy, Paraguay, New Zealand, and Slovakia. Brazil, ‘the king of World Cup’ will be in group G with Korea DPR, Ivory Coast, and Portugal. The last, group H will be battles between Spain, Switzerland, Honduras, and Chile. So, just watch and see their actions and see the best one.

Sports Jewelry is Always a Winner

The thrill of victory is often accompanied by receiving a piece of commemorative jewelry. From the World Series of Baseball to the Super Bowl of the National Football League, sports jewelry is coveted and very collectible. Rings and other jewelry awarded to professional athletes are rare commodities. Possessing a Super Bowl ring identifies the player as a member of a small fraternity of football athletes who have reached the pinnacle of their career.

The tradition of awarding rings to winning baseball teams really has its start in nineteen twenty two. By nineteen thirty one, all major league players who were members of a winning World Series team have received a ring. The tradition has continued ever since and the custom has spread include the professional sports of football and basketball.

The belt of a world champion boxer is a very item. Often adorned by gemstones and precious metals like gold and silver, very few of these prizes are available, even to collectors. The gems and gold may not have much value in and of themselves. Assembled into the belt of a champion and the value grows significantly.

Championship rings are often very audacious and quite large in size, certainly a reflection of the effort required to attain one. Again, the gemstones and precious metals used to make these rings have a value. The design and artisanship that goes into these one of a kind jewelry pieces makes them valuable far beyond the gems and metal.

Throughout sports history, no award is more coveted than an Olympic Medal. Medals of gold, silver and bronze are awarded to Olympians whose performance exceeded that of their peers. The modern gold medal is made from solid silver and plated with a quarter ounce of pure gold. Notable gold medal winners from the modern day Olympic Games include Muhammad Ali, Shaquille ONeal, Sheryl Swopes and former United States Senator Bill Bradley.

The awarding of trophies and cups has been a tradition is all manner of sporting competitions has as storied past. Sterling silver and silver plate was often used. The design of the cup or trophy was unique to the sport or to the specific competition. Modern cup trophies that many people are familiar with include the winners trophy at the Indianapolis 500 motor race and the Stanley Cup. The Cup is awarded to the championship team from the National Hockey League. The Indy 500 trophy is adorned with facial figures of the winning drivers and, like The Cup, is completely unique.

Collectors of sports memorabilia place a very high value on sports jewelry. A genuine World Series Championship ring can sell for tens of thousands of dollars. The value placed on these one of a kind items of sports jewelry is greatly influenced by who owned the ring. It is rumored that slugger Jose Canseco sold one of his World Series rings for forty thousand dollars.

The popularity of high stakes poker has spurred interest in a new type of sports jewelry award. The World Series of Poker bracelet is fast becoming the next big thing in collectable jewelry. Now few people would consider poker a sport, but well known players have legions of fans that closely follow professional poker.

Sports fans can find an almost endless variety of sports jewelry dedicated to their favorite team or athlete. Everything from rings, watches, bracelets, necklaces and more are available. As with the purchase of any type of jewelry, the buyer needs to be sure of the items value. There is a veritable world of fakes and knockoffs that can sometimes fool even the well informed buyer.

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