She learned at home…
Written on 5 August 2019, 08:59pm
Tagged with: life
A 15 years-old girl living in one of the poorest regions in one of the poorest countries in Europe is abducted, sexually abused and eventually killed while hitchhiking on her way home. Authorities took 19 hours to locate her and secure unnecessary search warrants.
Yet somehow, a brainless Romanian politician finds it appropriate to avoid talking about the difficulties the people in rural Romania face when trying to commute or about the surreal delay of responding to an emergency call in an EU country. In an effort to shift the blame to the victim, EA says that she “learned at home not to get into strangers’ cars“.
Following the same logic, here are some more gems yet to be delivered by our genius politician:
- the 0.8 billion people on Earth living in hunger should better eat their food. EA learned at home to finish her plate
- the 0.6 billion youth people living in war zones should simply stay inside. EA learned at home to stay out of trouble
- the 44 million European people suffering from depression should simply get over it. EA learned at home that depression is not a disease
I could go on, but I’m afraid she learned everything at home and there’s no more place left for her to learn new things.
Written by Dorin Moise (Published articles: 260)