Amnesty International has once again shown very selective reporting and biased sensitivity regarding issues of oppression. In this years annual report, it wrote : “There have been violent attacks, segregation in schools and racist violence” against the Roma living in Greece.”
Speaking from their luxurious offices far away from the areas that Amnesty International is based out of, agents claim they see “discrimination, intolerance, and violence” against Roma Gypsies. They decided to take a handful of individual and complex incidents against Roma and decide to generalize an entire nation as guilty.
Nothing, however, was reported regarding the world renown penchant for crime that is part of the Roma. To Amnesty International, it is ok to call an entire nation “racist” because of a few incidents, but the spirit of doublethink to speak of the problem of Roma crime is unthinkable and “intolerant”. Nothing was written by this “human rights” group about the home invasions, brutal assaults, the uprooting of power lines that the Greek taxpayer then has to pay to fix, or the uprooting of train rails by members of the Roma. Not a word was spoken about the shocking trafficking of babies, nor the drug smuggling they are involved in. The Roma have nobody to blame but their own behavior (or the out of control notable fraction of them) for the poor opinion people develop of them in every place they go to.
Given the fact that some of the Roma are not local, but instead have arrived from Bulgaria, Romania, etc illegally, and are involved in the above stated crimes is the real crisis that needs to be addressed by the state and domestic Roma community leaders. We await for Amnesty International to raise some more serious human rights violations, such as in Israel where Palestinians are ruthlessly oppressed and killed, and no longer consider their homes safe. We would also like to invite Amnesty International to come to Greece and live side by side with the Roma, so they can actually live the terror and violence of the multiculturalism they claim to support, instead of giving ignorant and hypocritical opinions about matters that are far away from their homes.