Who seh that people don’t read de paper. In fact, people got more interest in everyday things than pun dem things that de politician talking about. De other day Rohee mek a big noise bout de government ain’t getting its message across because nobody don’t read de Chronicle and de hard Times paper and dem don’t listen to de government radio.
He find out that people ain’t want hear anything he want to tell dem. Dem did want to hear bout de 15-year-old girl who decide to marry she big man friend. People only talk bout that but de paper had nuff other thing.
Dem boys conduct a test. Dem ask people to tell dem wha dem remember in de paper. Everybody remember de girl and she big man. De other day dem remember de man who get de big jail sentence. When people think bout it, people want to see nuff people get a big jail sentence. Even Bharrat telling people to look at de big things.
De other day de man talking at Lusignan and he tell people not to focus pun dem pothole and dem block up drain. Dem is small thing. He tell dem to focus on de big thing. One man ask he if he want dem focus pun thiefing big money like wha some big ones doing.
Yet people ain’t stupid. Dem know that nuff Ministers focus pun de big contracts and de big money. That is wha Bharrat mean when he seh to focus on de big things. That is why Donald don’t jail dem li’l clerk who thief a few dollars. But then he don’t jail dem who thief big money.
Dem boys seh that he ain’t certain wha fuh do. He can’t even focus on poor people because dem ain’t even got a big mouth.
Talk half and ignore dem potholes.
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