He who pays the piper calls the tune?
Minister Robert Morgan

Dear Editor,

Minister Robert Morgan, while being interviewed by Beyond the Headlines last evening, pointed to the fact that Carl Robanske spotted the need for better facilitation for wards of the Jamaican State.

Let's think then of what Jamaica got in return. Several wards in State facility are now possibly blighted for life, based on the allegations, and the exposure of yet another Jamaican oversight body, which appears totally irredeemable.

It is clear to me that in this saga our needs and wants were fully exploited because of this horrific culture in Jamaica to trade a blind eye for measly benefits.

Well, the price which we have paid here is immeasurable.

What is the moral of the story? All parents must shoulder the responsibility to raise their children so that the State, which patently cannot care for them, does not get them.

Matthew 18:6 states that if you cause any of God's little ones to stumble, it would be better if a large millstone be put about your neck so that you may be drowned in the sea.

Derrick Simon

Camp David Golden Spring

derrickdsimon@yahoo.com

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