This term 'Third World' serves no purpose other than the emotive. But, although I have not been to Trinidad, I am pretty certain it does not qualify for what most people have in mind when they use the term.The video shows how professional Customs officers seen in most developed countries like the US operates. So, Jamaicans would not have issues with US customs, because they are trained to spot suspects.
So yes TNT airport is third world and the security needs training. For a country like that with so much problems,you would think they would have better things to do at the airport like doing their Jobs. For a country so rich, they should have drug sniffing dogs,working X-ray machines etc. Also, you are not reading about Trini being targeted for tit for tat by Jamaican Customs tells me that the the joint training with US and British Customs is working. Clearly more work needs to be done in JA as Jamaica made the list for producers/ transit countries for illegal drugs.
Major illicit drug-producing and/or drug-transit countries
What I find sad is how so many of you Jamaicans react with anger and vitriol to anything said or done by anyone that reflects the realities of Jamaicans and their conduct abroad.
You turn anything said into an attack on the country of the person saying it. Instead you need to look at yourselves and some of the monstrous attitudes that are so prevalent in your country today, from homophobia, to a vast culture of lawlessness and dishonesty.
I know there are many decent Jamaicans and I know many of them. But your politicians of the 1970's murdered your prospects by engaging in garrison politics, shrinking the middle class and portraying Jamaica to the world and to itself in the image of the underclass. That image has stuck and is daily being exported in the hordes of ghetto trash being loosed on the airwaves as 'musicians' and 'artists'. THAT is what should make you angry, not the reactions of others.