by Bargis on 12/01/11 at 1:01 pm
At a recent United Nationals conference sponsored by the Palestinian Authority, assembled members passed resolution 1-2398 which calls for a National Homeland for some of Europe’s longest displaced persons, the Roma, or as they are more commonly known, the Gypsies.
The Roma have been discriminated against since the early 5th century when they were either expelled or chose to more from what is known as middle India. They have been on the move since throughout eastern and southern Europe, as well as, modern Romania and Bulgaria. This fall, France announced a crackdown on illegal Roma who have congregated in numerous illegal camps across France.
Abul Nessor, the Palestinian’s representative to the UN, sponsored the resolution as a solidarity measure from all Palestinians to the Roma, but most believe it was really retribution for the 20th century partitioning of Palestine by the British that brought on a Jewish state. The Jewish Homeland issue ended centuries of Jewish alienation and persecution by allowing the Jewish People a fully recognized state in what Palestinians call, the ‘Palestinian ancestral tribal lands.’
In Scotland today, citizens woke up in shock after television stations replayed the United Nations decision over and over again. Many were confused. Many were simply angry that London did little to fight against the new homeland for the Gypsies. Within hours, advance troupes of Roma were landing at Scottish airports and waving paper flags of their new sovereign nation.
Roma people all over Europe rejoiced at the news and promised to move their campers and trailers over to Scotland within a fortnight. Many expressed their joy a being able to open a fortune telling business without fear of arrest. Others say pick pocketing should flourish with the advent of the summer tourist season when millions of US citizens arrive in search of their ancestral roots. According to a Roma who declined to give his name, “We’ll act like we’re Scots! No one will ever know and we can make a fast fortune before anyone catches on!”
A local farmer who simply wanted to be referred to as ‘Angus’ had this to say….”Well lad, we Scots don’t take this stuff laying down. Never, ever piss off a Scotsman!”