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Published on February 4, 2014 Email To Friend    Print Version


By Abdulmajeed K. Nunez

In the land down under
Gangsters are informers
Working for minister and for the mafia
Making connection, picking up wet drops
Cocaine packs
Cooking drug in pots
Drug planes being guided, protected and off loaded by cops
Smuggling drugs in crops trying to avoid mishaps
When gangster starts selling at Finnegan marketplace
This what the police should di investigate
But then again they contented di participate

In Belize there are two Mafias
First there are local don and cartels
Hey does state execution ring a bell
There are police officers involved as well
Confiscating guns and ammunition on operation
Selling them to bad man for protection
Buying information from people in various organizations
Every morning the PM gets this information

Babylon confiscate whaka off George Street
Got rude boy di sell fi dem pan Victoria Street
Babylon beat man fi give them gun off the street
Then drop them dah area weh dem and other man di beef
Babylon pretend fi arrest skool boy and carry him go thief
When they bring the spoils they reap the sweets
Babylon got girlfriends in each district and every area
Babylon got bad man gun fi hire
Babylon get hit agreement from business owners
Drive under ice and pickup gangster
And pay di man fi shub down his neighbour

There is too much power in the hands of a few
Look pan GSU, there is nothing the commissioner can do
One officer to the COMPOl, “I don’t answer to you!”
All operations officers have unlicensed, ammunition and firearms
That has been happening from the devil was born
In the military and this has become the norm
When an officer talk bout ‘buck she’
That means I have extra bullets weh di job no give me
Badman rent Babylon illegal piece
Fi jack shipment from off the walk
You weh get you kick when man drunk they love to talk
Reads: 2516

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