ROMA COUPLE GROOMING MARIA TO BE A CHILD BRIDE – Yesterday meebal.com published an article in which the French authorities deported an entire Roma family due to their illegal presence in France.
In an act of passion for one family member, a 15 year old girl, the French President did offer her the ability to return to France in order to complete her studies; an offer she refused unless her entire family was permitted to return with her.
It wasn’t surprising that a few readers though that our article was racist and indeed bigoted and yet again we remain exasperated at the level of political correctness indoctrination and the realisation that no matter what banner we might hold someone will call it racist.
The truth is that the article was an exploratory piece in which to find a solution to the ever growing crime rate that is often perpetrated by the growing number of Roma gangs throughout Europe.
As we clearly stated you can’t tar all with the same brush but neither should EU member states accept the status quo that criminals have the right to infiltrate every facet of society – the end result will be a breakdown of a civilized society which most often results in civil wars and at that point an entire race of people will be persecuted.
Surely there must be another way. Our suggestion was to force the Governments of Romania, Bulgaria and Kosovo to change and if they refuse to do so then maybe it’s time to step in and take over – yes, as we pointed out in the other article, if you can allow it just to get at oil as we did in Iraqi, then surely we can do it for the sake of humanity and provide positive help to these people.
One of the most disturbing aspects of Roma crimes is that of involving children. It is widely known and accepted that Romas have kidnapped children and then sold them on to other Roma gangs so that they may be taught how to steal and engage in other criminal activities.
Recently the international press has been highlighting the plight of little Maria. Maria is a blond, blue-eyed little girl aged between four or five. Her identity remains a mystery as authorities have still not managed to identify her parentage.
Greek authorities recently arrested Eleftheria Dimopoulou, 40, and her husband Hristos Salis, 39, after a raid on a Roma camp where one police officer noticed something was not quite right with the so-called family unit.
Police questioned both Eleftheria Dimopoulou and her husband Hristos Salis as to who Maria belonged too as it appeared obvious that neither could be her biological parents. Indeed after their arrest it was confirmed by DNA that neither was her parents and therefore both have been charged with kidnapping.
Greek police now feel that it is most likely that Maria was being groomed as a child bride. Traditionally Roma children come of age at the age of 12 and therefore are often married off for a dowry.
A little girl with blond hair and blue eyes, according to the police, would be highly prized among the gypsies and therefore a dowry exceeding £20,000 would not be inconceivable.
Maria’s abduction is disturbing enough, but what really strikes us at meebal.com is that fact that the international press continues to report that such a practice is ‘widely known’ and worse ‘accepted’.
Have we really become so politically indoctrinated into the ideology that we should not point the finger at a certain community due to the aspect of racism and in the process ‘accept’ such practices of child abduction and trafficking?
It’s about time society stood up, found its spine and called a spade a spade; for if we don’t then we not only ‘accept’ the practice of child abduction and child trafficking but worse condone it.
There might be some that will argue that Maria is an isolated case and if that’s the veil you wish to hide behind, along with your politically left-wing indoctrinated mind, then that of course is your choice.
The stark reality is that Maria’s case is one of thousands and indeed just two days ago another three Greek gypsies were arrested on suspicion of child abduction.
This latest atrocity occurred as a 19 year old woman, a 21 year old man and his 51 year old mother attempted to register the birth of a two month old baby boy as their own child.
Local police on the Aegean island of Lesvos became suspicious as the three were unable to produce any documentation of the child’s birth.
Under police questioning the three suspects told police that they had been given the baby by an unknown mother that they met by accident. They also told police that no money had changed hands for the baby.
According to Interpol Maria and the baby boy are just two of thousands of suspected child abduction and child trafficking crimes practiced by Roma communities and this particular crime is growing at an alarming rate.
Children, especially those with blonde hair and fair skin are highly prized and fetch large sums of money.
Again, we at meebal.com would implore you to look beyond the ridiculous notion that pointing the finger has any racist or bigoted connotations but rather our unwillingness to ‘accept’ that a community of people who knowingly engage in the heinous crime of child abduction and trafficking must be stamped out at all costs.
This has nothing whatsoever to do with ethnic cleansing, racism or bigotry, it is a fight to prevent the abuse of innocent children.
Unless the public wakes up and acknowledges this fact and stops hiding behind the vile excuse of racism and bigotry then the authorities will be never be allowed greater investigative powers in order to rescue those who have been kidnapped and prevent the misery of other children being targeted.