|Abducted? No. But taken away by racist "authorities"|
from the only family she ever knew.
It turns out that little Maria’s mother was Roma (and probably blond as well, as many Roma really are behind the dark veil of bigotry surrounding them). It turns out that she gave the child into the other couple’s care, because she was unable to raise her. And no wonder: throughout Eastern Europe, Roma are still severely discriminated against. They are being continuously humiliated and are often subjected to verbal abuse and physical violence; they are socially ghettoised in pauper, derelict neighbourhoods; being discriminated in terms of employment, they are condemned to abject poverty and practically forced into either begging or stealing; their children are segregated in the worst schools, which perpetuates the problem ad infinitum.
|Yes, end it NOW!|