National Integrity Action (NIA) is a not-for-profit organization that was launched in December 2011 with the objective of combating corruption in Jamaica on a non-partisan basis.
"Corruption is when either power or position is misused for personal profit, and can take place in both private and public sector. Examples of corruption include bribery, coercion, nepotism, bid-rigging and electoral fraud."
"Corruption destabilizes our society. It causes people to live in fear, undermines government and democracy, and impedes development and order."
Jamaica is among the few remaining countries where the evil and morally corrupt are allowed to walk free. Our corrupt officials retire wealthy and live luxurious lives overseas. And if the top of the river is dirty, the shit just flows downstream. Therefore the government, political parties, ministries, agencies and police force, sad to say, are all engage in corruption in some form or another.
Have you ever been stopped by a cop who asks you "What can you do for yourself?" - Blatant Bribery. I am not going to write a long article on this topic. Frankly, if you have lived in Jamaica you know damn well what goes on here. And if you don't know, see the documentary above.
A friend recently asked me if I believe in "carma". She said that evil people do eventually meet a bitter and sad end. I told her that as long as Bruce and Eddie are alive and well, as long as Bustamante is hailed as a national hero and Tacky is not, as long as Garvey is on our books as a criminal and Jamaica continues to recycle the politicians responsible for the widespread violence in our country - No, I don't believe in "carma"at all.
Please visit NIAJamaica.org, educate yourself and support this worthy cause. It is up to us to save our country.
This is a page of protest against all forces that threaten the freedom of our people at home and abroad. We will not allow the media to condition our minds and influence our actions. We demand "Emancipation from Mental Slavery".