Message from parrott in tradworker #tradworker

2017-01-29 01:25:11 UTC  

I always felt they're the way they are because the Hindu caste system worked as a form of weird eugenics. The predominant theory is that they're a bunch of untouchables kicked out of India. They're basically an ethnic group made entirely out of the most garbage people of a society.

2017-01-29 01:25:20 UTC  

gypsies are the most disgusting things I've ever seen they made me regret my trip to romania

2017-01-29 01:25:24 UTC  

Gypsies are like Jews without the intelligence

2017-01-29 01:25:28 UTC  


2017-01-29 01:25:30 UTC  

They literally believe God gave them the permission to steal.

2017-01-29 01:25:40 UTC  

ah yeah, there's also the cultural problems in addition

2017-01-29 01:25:44 UTC  

Jews are Fancy Gypsies.

2017-01-29 01:25:50 UTC  

But their shitty racial defectiveness may have created such a culture in the first place

2017-01-29 01:26:09 UTC  

Because according to this gyppo myth, a gypsy stole a few nails made to crucify Jesus, so from that day on God gave gypsies the permission to take what they want.

2017-01-29 01:26:19 UTC  

Ah yes I remember

2017-01-29 01:26:59 UTC  

> steal some nails

2017-01-29 01:26:59 UTC  


2017-01-29 01:27:04 UTC  

Like this one gyppo said "You see an apple tree when you're hungry, whose to say God didn't put it there for you?" and apply this to cars and basically anything that isn't bolted down

2017-01-29 01:27:05 UTC  

> be blessed by god

2017-01-29 01:27:19 UTC  


2017-01-29 01:27:24 UTC  

I can honestly say I hate gypsies.

2017-01-29 01:27:25 UTC  

I'm no theology expert by any stretch

2017-01-29 01:27:30 UTC  

but I'm not too sure if that's how it works

2017-01-29 01:27:30 UTC  

gypos almost make you agree with the "life unworthy of life"

2017-01-29 01:27:45 UTC  

Nothing I can say does justice to them IRL.

2017-01-29 01:27:46 UTC  

Whatever it is, it should be somewhere else.

2017-01-29 01:27:52 UTC  

...I'm curious at what point did Gypos become Christian...?

2017-01-29 01:28:09 UTC  

Were they converted at some point when they entered Europe?

2017-01-29 01:28:13 UTC  

they stole the religion too?

2017-01-29 01:28:16 UTC  

Are they really christian

2017-01-29 01:28:17 UTC  


2017-01-29 01:28:19 UTC  

I didnt know they were christian

2017-01-29 01:28:30 UTC  

>The ancestors of modern-day Romani people were previously Hindu, but adopted Christianity or Islam depending on their respective regions they had migrated through

2017-01-29 01:28:38 UTC  

They're a syncretic blend of whatever superstitions they come across, like a blob absorbing whatever litter it rolls across.

2017-01-29 01:28:49 UTC  

that's more or less what indians do in general

2017-01-29 01:28:53 UTC  

I wasn't aware they had much culture at all

2017-01-29 01:29:03 UTC  

Beyond thieves cant

2017-01-29 01:29:12 UTC  

I've once read an article about how christianity doesn't grow on India because they just mix it all up since their religion kinda allows for that

2017-01-29 01:29:19 UTC  

Gypsies stole civilisation from the Africans and sold it to Europeans

2017-01-29 01:29:22 UTC  

Oh yeah

2017-01-29 01:29:30 UTC  

Hinduism is extremely loose

2017-01-29 01:29:40 UTC  

A week or so ago gyppos pulled #BLMkidnapping and livestreamed themselves torturing another gyppo

2017-01-29 01:29:47 UTC  

A little before the Swedish livestream rape

2017-01-29 01:29:54 UTC  

How long until FB livestream gets zucc'd?

2017-01-29 01:29:57 UTC  

There's blurry regional varieties that all interpret it differently in India - for example some people say all the Gods are aspects of one God making it technically some form of monotheism.