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Duppy attacks Jamaican boy on Camera This is an old and famous paranormal video that has been circulating, claiming to show the news footage of a 11 year old Jamaican boy being harassed and attacked by a ghost, or a 'Duppy' as they call it in Jamaica.However, this ghost attack video incident is a hoax and appears to be staged.
CVM news, Jamaica was sent to cover the story of the boy being attacked by ghost, and the video footage shows the same.The video on right is the slow and enhanced version of the original one, that will explain that it is not a real ghost incident.The first incident shows the boy being pulled away towards the wall while he is sitting in a chair talking to his mother with the mike in her hand.But when you look at the position of the boy's feet at timeline , you will clearly see that he is resting his feet deep under the chair to make it easy for him to push himself backwards with the help of his legs.These decadent dames safely lure their boy toys with money, electronic gadgets, designer clothes, baubles, or whatever material item it takes to get uncomplicated sexual favors in return along with the strict understanding that like in Las Vegas, .While this glimpse of the lucky ladies' rationale for their no-strings liaisons is certainly informative, the picture is actually far more interesting when chronicling the history of Jamaica, winding its way from the slave days through the rise of the Rastafari to the present.
Framed from this perspective, we suddenly see a persistent pattern of utter subjugation and economic inequality, with islanders providing stud service only being the latest form of exploitation.
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This documentary claims that, each year, as many as 80,000 females from a variety of relatively-wealthy Western nations descend on Jamaica alone.
His eye-opening expose' of the same name sheds light on a barely acknowledged form of sex tourism, namely, white women who visit the Caribbean Islands to get their groove back with the help of black locals.
Most of those inclined to indulge their Island Fever with wanton abandon are apparently middle-aged and/or overweight spinsters.
Ignored by white men, and afraid to date blacks openly due to the social taboo, they look for satisfaction at remote resorts amidst the anonymity offered by a virtual paradise.