Whethe rit is Mr. Golding or any of us we simply need to remmeber his oath of citizenship and respond to duty's call to make Justice, Truth be ours forever so that Jamaica may under God increase in beauty, fellowship and prosperity and play her part in advancing the welfare of the whole human race. Then we will become as what the founding fathers envisioned articulate on August 7, 1962 in Parliament: I have faith in my people and I know that you all will respond to the challenge of this new era on which we now enter adn to the difficult tasks and heavy responsibilities ahead of us. Independence means the opportunityh to rely on ourselves in so doing. It odes not mean a licence to do as we like. It means work and law and order. Let us resolve to work togethe runde rthe law ot build a Jamaica which will last and of which we and the generations to follow may be proud, (Sir Alexander Bustamante) And what of the future that lies before us? We have come to Independence prepared and ready to shoulder our new responsibilities and untied, I believe, on one single hope that we make our small country a safe and happy home for all our people. Many of us dare to believe that this country so blended in origins, so fashioned in time, so wrought on by our own history may go out into the world to make a contribuiton larger than our size would lead on[e] to expect. I believe that as an Independent nation we can so manage ourselves as to demonstrate one day how, by making our great motto Out Of Many One People come to speak the truth about ourselves, we can become a worthwhile and shining example of the sort of world men sometimes dream to live in. (Norman Manley)In 2012 Jamaica will have lived 50 years of this global vision set before us without fulfillment in critical areas which will enable us to make that kind of consistent and believeable impact upon the world. The lack of knowledge of a central moral standard by which all Jamaicans consciously agree to live is our most destructive force.When we know who we really are as defined by our Motto, Anthem and Pledge (MAP) we will arise like the man dipicted in Edna Manley's Negro Aroused and shake off the vestiges of slavery and colonialism which continues through the system of political partisan patronage which the British left us and which we have slavishly kept in place, Governor General and all. 2012 Jubilee means freedom! Full freedom to choose our own potentate.
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