Discussion in 'Tunisian News & Current Events' started by Bergo, Jul 7, 2012.
and that is the core of the problems rising to "bezness" preach on MC
It is the core of the problem, however, there are people living in poverty or suffering hardship worldwide. These people have pride, morals and a conscience, they are not scamming innocent, hardworking, good people from the Western world....Tunisian rats are because they don't have those personality traits, they are without shame, they are greedy.
Nobody with a roof, food, warm clothing, a mobile phone, internet access, possibly a car/bike/keyboard etc can claim poverty. They are greedy, not in poverty. There is never an excuse for what they do.
Correct me if I'm wrong - do they also scam each other too?
Personally, I didn't witness it, but I've read stuff on here that makes me think yes. For sure, they are not loyal to each other...they'll steal each others victims at the blink of an eye!
"No honor among thieves"
Docu 'Bezness as Usual' 2 music fragments. Am 06.02.2017 veröffentlicht
A very informative programme on Dutch tv. Unbelievable!
Photo of the dead baby
How tragic. It still happens occasionally here but maybe a lot more common there as the social stigma is much greater.
Oct 25, 2017
Baby Discarded with Rubbish/Trash
...In Tunisia. The babies poor face and hands were eaten by bugs.
God, that's just tragic Poor little thing. How awful that his mother felt that was her only option, God knows what hell she went through alone
You have to hope these were still births and not murdered. A newborn would cry and attract attention. Unbearable tragedy.
With the stigma attached to sex before marriage and single mothers in Tunisia, I can't help but think they were not still births It's just so wrong. No religion or culture should make a women feel so desperate and frightened that she has to resort to this.
There are homes in Tunisia for these single mums, but they become family cast offs and suffer social stigma....I can completely understand why they felt this was their only option....but it makes me so angry with their stone age society
Look at these screenshots, they are from a conversation I had on Monday. This is the opinion of young, Tunisian males.
If the youth feel this way, it's hard to imagine the feelings of the older, more traditional people. I feel so bad for single mothers and their babies there, forever being judged...even victims of rape that got pregnant are judged as cheap and as players.
I can completely understand why these women/girls resort to such desperate measures
I did not see the photo but I grieve anyway.
Almost 70%.....heartbreaking statistics I truly don't see how this can be beaten with the male mindset as it is. Behind closed doors.....
'The Jendouba brigade'
Every day, I find myself more and more confused as to how our government deemed it safe to lift the travel ban:
Does it seem to me, that there are more and more covered women in Tunisia now? I mean women who have not been covered never, suddenly chose to wear hidjab. I have heard such information before about Algeria ( by TV), but Tunisia...It suprises me.
@akhenaten ,@Going for the limit , will you please share your observations.
After the revolution there were more women covering up but i think it was more that they were allowed to and wanted to prove a point. Now im used to it and dont see more covered than before.
Wonder if this is permanent or temporary Hopefully....it'll create a few problems for visa seeking rats!
Some interesting (and rather frightening) statistics there: https://m.aawsat.com/english/home/article/1110856/tunisia-soldier-killed-6-injured-terror-mine-blast
Oh jendouba my vacation Spot
Found this quite an interesting read:
This following quote by Hichem Ben Abdullah, December 15th 2015 was spot on....it has now spilled over into the EU:
"Any thing short of these leasures will send the country and the whole region includes the whole basin of the meditteranean into chaos that will spill to EU countries."