Sunday, September 28, 2014

Not Such A Stereotype After All

Roma family caught with unknown little girl from Europe they were claiming was their own

It is not permitted to say nowadays because of political correctness, but amongst other reasons there was one big cause of persecution of gypsy people for the past two thousand years - it was widely believed during the Dark Ages that if you were stupid enough to permit gypsies to camp nearby, they stole children and would vanish with them, either to sell them or raise them as servants.

For this reason, angry parents used to storm gypsy camps and burn them to the ground often to drive them off. The truth is, gypsies have been caught doing this in the past and will without question do it in the future. It is part of their culture and their identity.

People in Europe raised without any knowledge of gypsies will hear of some camp of them setting up outside their town and before you know it, your lawnmower vanishes from the backyard, your kid's bicycle … and sometimes, your kid. Our ancestors thought the things they did not because they were evil and paranoid but because they wanted to survive and protect their families from predators.


High Arka said...

Do the Roma seize children at a higher rate than American CPS? Than the American family court system? Than upset western wives divorcing their husbands and then driving the kids to another state to live with their grandparents, then winning custody despite the kidnapping? Than American juvenile halls locking up twelve year olds for carrying marijuana?

No. Even if you magnify known Roma-kidnapping cases by a hundred, no.

That isn't to defend the Roma, but the reason we're told not to throw stones unless we're sinless is what should keep American taxpayers' mouths shut, until they have first dismantled their own hierarchy of state kidnapping.

KW Jackson said...

"She had problems with her eyes. We took her to the doctor, we took her everywhere. We didn't take her to sell her. We loved her so much", he added.
It's amazing what they say without saying it! Like all the other children they took and sold. To who do they sell them?! That's the infuriating absence.

Texas Arcane said...

@KW Jackson

Tip of the iceberg here.

This is just one little girl. I would bet you there are a couple of thousand trafficked around that nobody ever notices or realizes don't belong to that family. The only reason this little girl was noticed is that she was confused with another abducted girl.

Sam said...

This is a world wide problem. Lest you think this is just a Gypsy problem.

2 Cult Children Show Signs Of Sex Abuse, Chicago Tribune

Through a glass very darkly, Cops spies and a very odd investigation, U.S. News and World Report

The Story of the CIA's "Finders" Abduction Operation

Memos written by Special Agent Ramon J. Martinez, United States Customs Service

DC Hilton, Ritz Carlton used for congressional child sex says federal agent

KW Jackson said...

I get the same impression and can't help but be reminded of another group who wandered the world for centuries with shady practices.