also see: Queen Ifrica's "Freedom of Speech" & advocacy found wanting
'I SPOKE FOR WHAT I BELIEVED IN' - Queen Ifrica defends Grand Gala performance after JFLAG backlash
Credibility overall has been eaten away and even Queen Ifrica herself responded in song about freedom of speech while church groups also express fear of future victimization. See: Church claims future victimization if buggery is decriminalized in Jamaica also see:Would Decriminalisation of the Buggery Law Restrict Religious Freedom in Jamaica and the Caribbean? by Dionne Jackson Miller Journalist (RJR) and Attorney.
Here is my two cents then:
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One wonders if the thrust is genuine or just some folks looking for their fame in the sun? The clearly uncoordinated efforts are reaping a public relations nightmare results but when I and some others were trying to point this out for several years we were viewed as negative, let us see where all this mess ends up.
Peace and tolerance