Dozens of passengers on
every flight to London from the Jamaican capital, Kingston,
are drug mules, according to the British High Commission
Deputy High Commissioner in Jamaica
Deputy High Commissioner Phil Sinkinson even suggested
that a newspaper report
claiming that one in 10 air passengers from Jamaica
were smuggling drugs could be an underestimate.
"Don't forget about
all those British white women with Rent-a-Dread boyfreinds",
said Sinkinson, "They'll do anything to keep getting
that black dick."
Mr Sinkinson told BBC
Radio 4's Today programme: "It's very difficult
to estimate how many passengers on board any flight
have got cocaine hidden inside them, but I would think
that estimate is probably on the low side." Mr.
Sinkinson then demonstrated how easy it is to conceal
drugs by dropping his pants and shoving an entire tea
set and a Hewlett Packard Desktop computer up his anus.
High Commission spokeswoman
Mags Fenner reportedly told the Jamaica Observer newspaper
that two recent incidents where dozens of Jamaicans were
arrested on arrival in the UK were "completely average
but seemed shocking to the public. When asked to explain
Ms. Fenner snapped :"Because dutty stinkin' England
wants to make it seem as if airport security has dramatically
improved since that British guy tried to light his shoe
The problem has been blamed
on the worsening economic situation on the Caribbean island,
and Mr Sinkinson said that most of the smugglers "
are unable to appear either rich or white, thereby avoiding
"You can always tell
when someone is carrying drugs. They don't appear at the
airport with ten overweight boxes wrapped in duct tape like
all the regular Jamaicans; and they hardly clap when the
plane lands in England, he said.
Jamaican drug mules are
reportedly paid between £2,000 (J$130,400) and £5,000
(J$335,000) for each trip as well as three Bally boots and
guest passes for clubs in London.
The deputy head of the Jamaican
narcotics police, Superintendent Glendon Wright, said a
survey last year had shown that 65% of all drugs in the
UK had come from Jamaica since its nearly impossible to
find good weed in Europe where everyone is either stoned
on heroin or ecstacy.
On 17 December 22 Jamaicans
were charged with attempting to smuggle a Class A drug after
disembarking from an Air Jamaica flight to Heathrow.
Five days earlier, 16 Jamaicans were arrested on
suspicion of swallowing cocaine packages after arriving
in Gatwick on a British Airways flight. They later
shat out the packets which were handed over to the
British police for re-sale.
The arrests were made in
a joint operation between British customs and Scotland Yard's
Operation Trident, which was set up to tackle "black-on-black"
crime and 'black-on-good-white-people' crime..
Lord Harris of the Metropolitan
Police Authority told the Today programme that there was
a problem, but the statistics suggested by Mr Sinkinson
"were probably not including the 60 or so pounds of
cocaine that he ( Lord Harris) had brought back in his wifes
vagina from Jamaica over a period of 6 months".
He added that it was important
to remember that many of the smugglers, most of whom were
women, were also victims even though the courts couldn't
really give a flying fuck about such facts.
"As far as the drug
barons are concerned, the women who do this are better suited
for trafficking since most men do not have vaginas and can
only carry half the weight that a woman can - that's the
really dreadful part of this trade.
Sit and stare
The smugglers who evade
customs checks by swallowing the cocaine are also dicing
In October a woman of 30
died on a Kingston to Heathrow flight when one of the 55
packages she had in her stomach burst its zipper.
From the end of March a
new canine weapon in tackling drug smuggling is being introduced
by Customs and Excise since everyone knows 'darkies don't
The "sit and stare
at the nigger " dogs will literally do just that when
they pick up a scent from drug smugglers. This makes the
smuggler very nervous, especially since the dogs have also
been trained to smile.
The dogs will be able to
both search out drugs in the usual way from large areas
such as cargo holds, but will also be able to pinpoint the
smugglers themselves after months of being trained to attack
a black dummy dressed in acid-wash jeans and white mesh
According to the narcotics
police, the number of drug mules has increased substantially
over the past few years and it is not just Jamaicans who
The number of UK nationals
imprisoned on drugs charges in Jamaica has risen from 20
in 1999 to 150 currently. However, most of those arrested
admitted knowing a Jamaican or at least owning a copy of
Shaggy's " Hot Shots" CD.
Mike Whitlam, of campaign
group Prisoners Abroad, said arrest numbers were linked
to increased drugs use in the UK.
"Sadly, the UK is a
country where drugs are becoming a really serious problem
because its just so shit over here. It's always raining
and everyone knows about our bad teeth and bad food and
horrbible accents (if you can call that an accent!).
"And it is the younger
people who are desperate for money who seem to be getting
arrested. Everything is so damn expensive here. I don't
even know why we still use pounds. Everything costs twice
as much as it does everywhere else because of that bleeding
pound! I wish I lived somewhere warm. How much can a pound
buy in Jamaica anyway?"
Detectives estimate up to
four tonnes of cocaine is making its way into the UK each
year through drug mules.