According to Babylon’s mass media or as Donald Trump calls them “The enemy of the people”, Jamaica is the most homophobic country outside of the Middle East. Right or wrong, the homosexual community grabbed on to this narrative and launched a campaign to beat Jamaicans into submission in acceptance of the homosexual lifestyle.
Below we list 10 proof that what is transpiring right now in Jamaica is a well-executed plan by the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community. After you read through all 10 proofs, you will be able to put the pieces together and it will be as clear as day what is going on.
1. Why Buju Banton was released 2 months early?
Buju Banton was scheduled to be released in February of 2019. His release was pushed to December 8 of 2018. The 8 of December just happened to be the end of the same week in which X Factor 2018 concluded with Jamaican Dalton Harris being the winner. Coincidence? Not even close. Read on.
2. As Buju Banton falls, Dalton Harris rises.
Buju Banton was arrested back in December 2009 on drug charges. Then just a few months later in 2010, Dalton Harris won the Digicel Rising Star competition which in Jamaica is the equivalent of X Factor.
3. Donavan Germain was the manager of Buju Banton.
When Buju Banton recorded the “Boom Bye Bye”, his manager then was Donovan Germain. This is very important as you will see later, just keep reading.
4. Donovan Germain starts managing Dalton Harris.
So Buju Banton got arrested in 2009. Dalton Harris won Digicel Rising Star in 2010. In 2011 Buju Banton is found guilty and sentenced to 10 years in prison. Immediately after that Donovan Germain becomes Dalton Harris’ manager. Bear in mind that in proof number 3 we said that Germain was managing Buju Banton when he recorded the song Boom bye bye. Open your third eye and stay wit us.
5. Why did Dalton Harris wait so long to go on the X Factor?
The X Factor has been running since 2004 and Dalton Harris won Digicel Rising Star in 2010. So why did the Jamaican wait so long to give the X Factor a try? He could have gone on the show in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. Or since he waited so long, why didn’t he just wait another year or two and go in 2019 or 2020. It is simple. If he had gone earlier, Buju Banton would still be incarcerated if and when he would have won. Had he waited until 2019, then Buju Banton would have been long released from prison if and when Harris won then. Harris entering the X Factor in 2018 was the best time for his winning the competition to coincide with Buju Banton release. If you have been paying attention then you know this ties right back into proof number one with Buju being release 2 months early.
6. Why didn’t then President Obama give Buju Banton an early release?
Over a million people signed a petition for president Obama to commute the sentence of the rapper known as Tampa Tony, who like Buju Banton, was incarcerated on drug charges. Over a million people also signed a petition asking the “first Black President” to pardon Buju Banton and commute his sentence. Well Obama did commute the sentence of the rapper Tampa Tony but not Buju Banton’s. Why you ask? Well, Tampa Tony was found guilty of conspiracy to distribute drugs but he never recorded an anti-homosexual song, Buju Banton recorded Boom bye bye.
7. Why was a picture released of Dalton Harris sitting in another man’s lap?
Less than a month before Buju Banton would again taste freedom, a picture of Dalton Harris would be leaked onto social media with the X Factor singer sitting in another man’s lap. The sole purpose of this picture was to start the discussion of Jamaica’s homophobia and soften the country’s stance on homosexuality. If you noticed, almost every female artiste in Jamaica came out in defense of Dalton. This was a deliberate and well executed plan. One thing most Jamaican young men have in common is that they are growing up in single mother households. What better way to influence the minds of these young men than to have a bunch of female artistes telling them that homosexuality is alright?
8. Why was a picture suggesting Ninjaman is Dalton Harris father spread on social media?
Mysteriously, a picture of Ninjaman and Dalton Harris was released on social media and suggested that Dalton could be the son of Ninjaman. Why would they want to suggest that? Well the entire world knows that Ninjaman has a gay son. So if you could start question Dalton’s sexuality and then tie him to Ninjaman then that lends credence to the theory that homosexuality is hereditary and not a choice. If homosexuality is not a choice then no one has a right not to accept it, regardless of what your religion might say.
9. Donovan Germain and the long walk to freedom tour.
So Donovan Germain is no longer Buju Banton’s manager yet he is still in a major part in Buju Banton’s long walk to freedom tour. Why is that? Because he is Dalton Harris’ manager and Harris will be a major part of the tour.
10. Trinidad is already stating that unless Buju Banton is a change man he can’t perform in their country.
Earlier this year it was announce that Trinidad would be the first stop for Buju Banton to perform after his release. Think about that. Why Buju would get released and deported back to his country of birth but rather than perform in his home country, he would go to Trinidad instead? It is all a part of the grand plan. As soon as it was announced that Trinidad would be Buju Banton’s first plan, the gay community in Trinidad came out and said Buju would only be allowed to perform there if he can prove that he is a changed man. How can Buju prove that he is a changed man? Well, watch and see. The Banton and the Dalton inna combination. Booyaka booyaka!
So there you have it. If you followed the 10 items step by step and paid attention to all of the events that led up to where we are now, it should be crystal clear that what we are witnessing right now is a well thought out and executed plan.
Jamaica’s only hope is warrior artistes like Bounty Killer who is always steadfast in his belief. Jamaica’s culture as we know it is hanging by a thread right now.