“Gypsy” children robbed

50 percent of Norwegian gypsy children are under the care of Child Welfare Services, an author claims Susanne Tunge Østhus The Foreigner “We cannot lose more children. Our people will disappear,” Solomia Karoli told Klassekampen, Monday, Nov. 10. Karoli underlined that Norway’s smallest minority should be called gypsies, and not Roma. This is due to the misleading translation from the Romani language, according to her. “It [Roma] means ‘men,’ directly translated,” the publication quoted her as saying. In her newly released book, “Norske sigøynerbarn: Etnisk rensing og barnerov?” she has published an anonymous list of 33 children from Norwegian gypsy families that CWS officials have assumed care of. She expresses extreme concern. According to her,
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