We’ve been here before.
Colonial days were here before the end of the last century.
But this time it’s different.
This time it seems more like an attack.
The worst part of the day, when the lights go out, is when you’re on the road again.
There’s so much violence.
It’s not only about the cars that get burnt down, but the people.
But we’ll survive.
We’ll move on.
It could be the last time we’ll hear about the colonials from this island.
The people of this island are still in shock and the impact is still being felt.
They’re still grieving.
I can’t help but feel it, too.
I feel it as well.
They’ve been through enough.
I think it’s time to get up and start making things better for them.
The Colonial Days have been a part of our history, and the next generation of people will inherit it.
But it’s also been a great lesson to us.
We are a very resilient people.
We have always survived.
The islanders of Jamestown have never been defeated.
They have never left the island.
They are still here.
We can’t leave them alone.
They live in this world with us, and it’s up to us to protect them.
But the people of Jametown are here.
And we’re going to do it for them, even if it’s a little bit rough around the edges.