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Old June 8th, 2019, 06:36 AM
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Default Seaga: Blood for Blood

Seaga’s special wrath was reserved for Norman Manley. At the re-interment of Marcus Garvey’s body on the first National Heroes’ Day, Seaga received some scattered boos from a section of the crowd. His reaction was to threaten Manley and the PNP with “Blood for Blood and Fire for Fire” a quote from Paul Bogle from which he carefully omitted Bogle’s last line – “skin for skin and colour for colour”. Seaga threatened to bring his people from West Kingston to chase the PNP from the streets. It led me to write an editorial in Public Opinion entitled “Sieg Heil, Heil Seaga”.

In 1986 when he was Prime Minister, Seaga threatened to resign to allow the PNP to win the elections and then to chase them off the streets.

https://www.nathanielturner.com/mrseagadeparts.htm

John Maxwell is one of Jamaica most respected unapologetic socialist journalist.He fell out of favor with many in the PNP because of his principled beliefs that they sold out ,Patterson felt his wrath.


Suh all the Lazie clowns sipping on O.J and slipping on Bricks would be comedic to label him a liar.

This is what laborites call progress and loving the process.
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