Roll The Perfect Jamaican Spliff

This is how to roll the perfect Jamaican spliff. You can also call it “how to roll the perfect joint” but in Jamaica our preference is to roll a spliff.

Remember if you want to fully understand how to roll the perfect joint (or spliff), just like mastering anything in life; it takes practice. So follow the instructions in the video and practice rolling the perfect Jamaican spliff and go impress all your friends with your rolling skills.

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Happy Emancipation Day Jamaica

Happy Emancipation Day Jamaica
August 1, 1834 marked a special day for Africans in British colonies as it was the day they received freedom from slavery. In Jamaica, the Emancipation Declaration was read from the steps of the Old Kings House in Spanish Town, St Catherine, the country’s capital at the time.
The bill for the abolition of slavery in the British colonies received the royal assent on August 28,1838. It stated:

Be it enacted, that all and every one of the persons who on the first day of August one thousand eight hundred and thirty four, shall be holden in slavery within such British colony as aforesaid, shall, upon and from and after the said first day of August, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-four, become and be to all intents and purposes free and discharged from all manner of slavery, and shall be absolutely and forever manumitted.
The passage of this bill in the British Parliament in England enabled approximately 311,000 enslaved Africans in Jamaica and hundreds of thousands more across the colonies the freedom for which many of their predecessors had fought and died. However, the Africans did not receive full freedom until four years later, as all slaves over six years old were subjected to a mandatory six-year period of apprenticeship. The ex-slaves would work – without pay – for their former masters for three-quarters of the week (40 hours), in exchange for lodging, food, clothing. medical attendance and grounds on which they could grow their own provisions. They could also, if they chose, hire themselves out for additional wages during the remaining quarter of the week. With this money, an ex-slave could then buy his freedom.
Emancipation Day was officially introduced as a public holiday in Jamaica in 1893. The ‘First of August’ celebrations, however, were discontinued in 1962, when Jamaica gained independence. It was replaced by Independence Day, then observed on the first Monday in August. Emancipation Day was re-instituted in 1997 by then Prime Minister PJ Patterson as a national holiday celebrated on August 1. Independence Day was also fixed at August 6

Ali gets the keys to the city in 1974

Muhammad Ali came to Jamaica in December of 1974 as a member of a delegation of the Nation of Islam headed by Min James Muhammad, the younger brother of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad. Also in the delegation was Min. Lewis Farrakhan. The group took a one-month tour of Jamaica as guests of Prime Minister Michael Manley. Muhammad Ali received the keys of the city in Kingston at Jamaican National Stadium. Ali died at the age of 74 on June 3rd, 2016, after a 32-year battle with Parkinson’s disease. Ali was known for his athletic prowess and legendary way with words. He converted to Islam in the early 1960s and refused to fight in the Vietnam War. Even as his health worsened over the years, Ali remained a symbol of courage, strength and conscience who was able to communicate across all barriers, including those of race and religion. A funeral service for Muhammad Ali will be held in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky.

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WHAT IS JAMAICA ?

Jamaica is ‘Rum and Red Stripe.’
Jamaica is ‘Kola Champagne & Manish Water.’
Jamaica is ‘Jerk Pork, Scotch Bonnet peppa, Hardough Bread, FryFish&Bammy, Coco Bread & Patty’.

Jamaica is ‘Cornmeal Dumplin, Dasheen, Yam, Coco , Ackee & SaltFish, Black Mango, Star Apple, ‘Doouckunu, Dip-an-Fall-Back, Run-dung.’
Jamaica is ‘Bulla-an-Pear, Totoe , SaltFish Fritters, Peppa shrimps, Blue draws, Roast breadfruit and Corn-pork.’
Jamaica is ‘Escoviche fish, Oxtail, Tripe and beans.’

Jamaica is ‘Jackfruit, Juneplum, Naseberry, ‘Tinking-toe, Ginep and Hogplum.’
Jamaica is ‘Mint Balls, Bustamante-backbone, Paradise plum, Asham, Drops, Gizzada, and Grater cake.’
Jamaica is ‘Bun and cheese , Sorrel and Rum cake.’
Jamaica is ‘Miss Lou’
Jamaica is ‘Anancy and Big Boy stories.’
Jamaica is ‘GRANDMARKET NIGHT!’
Jamaica is ‘Irie, Nyabingi, Boogooyaga, Leggobeast, Boo-noo-noo-nous’

Jamaica is ‘Dandy Shandy, playing Ludo and a ‘quick six of Dominoes.’

Jamaica is ‘Ital stew, Strong-Back-an-Cheny- Root, Irish Mosh, Cirsee or Herb Tea, Castor oil at the end of summerand Senna and Salts.’
Jamaica is ‘Blouse and skirt!, Kin-Puppa-Lick!,
Rhattid!, Blough-wow!, Geeze-u-wiz ! Gouzum!’

Jamaica is ‘Cool runnings, cease and sekkle, haul-an-pull-up and ’nuff respeck.’
Jamaica is ‘Suck-suck and sky-juice.’
Jamaica is ‘Wi likkle but wi tal-a-wah!’
Jamaica is ‘Wey yu a sey?, What a gwan? Whappen? & How it a go?’
Jamaica is ‘bull-buck & duppy conqueror’
Jamaica is ‘Zinc fence and gully water.’
Jamaica is ‘Stop de cow bawlng eena de place.’
Jamaica is ‘Whateva sweet yu gwine sour yu!’
Jamaica is ‘Weh yu nuh kibba yu mout?’
Jamaica is ‘A hell-an-powdah-house dung ya tiday.’
Jamaica is ‘Nu mek mi spit, an it dry up before yu cum back’
Jamaica is ‘Blouse an’ skirt’, and ‘Kiss mi neck back’.

JAMAICA IS EVERYTHING AND MUCH MUCH MORE. – JAMAICA LAND WE LOVE !!
IF YOUR HEART SMILES WHEN YOU READ THIS …YOU’RE DEFINITELY A TRUE JAMAICAN.