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Here Is The Universal Caste System: Boundless Injustice 20/01/2012
Ali Mezarcıoğlu explains inhuman treatment Gypsies face in different places of the world in his book named "The Book of Gypsies". The realities Ali Mezarcıoğlu explains show The Universal Caste System's true colours which divide humanity as Gypsies and non-Gypsies and Gypsies are the victims of similar kind of injustices all over the world.
The Universal Caste System which divides humanity as Gypsies and non-Gypsies have existed with being obligated of ancestors of contemporary Gypsy peoples to subsist on Gypsy Ways of Subsistence when their agricultural lands, herds and forestal lands in where they had hunted and gathered were captured. Today, we live in a different world. However, injustices related with the Universal Caste System are still being lived. Here are the some examples of these injustices:
Gypsies (Midgan) are forbidden to have agricultural lands and herds in Somali. They are only allowed to subsist on traditional Gypsy occupations. This rule is common in many parts of Africa. Gypsies (Neeno) are being hindered to be have agricultural lands in the Wolof society of Sahel although slaves also have the right to have agricultural lands there.
Gypsies are being hindered in Bangladesh to live in anywhere except the area given to them to live in. In many places, even cemetaries of Gypsies and non-Gypsies are being seperated. Hindu non-Gypsies don't let Gypsies to come closer to their house even it's a compulsory case. Non-Gypsies don't accept to eat from same plate which Gypsies (Twa) ate from before even they are washed in Rwanda. This is why whiteware are seperated as for Gypsies and non-Gypsies. Non-Gypsies don't eat and don't drink water from hands of Gypsies (Kani) in Nepal.Gypsies are forbidden to enter houses of non-Gypsies.
It's really a difficult case that Gypsies marry with non-Gypsies in many places of the world. It's accepted as a big sin to marry with Gypsies (Thwa) in Angola. A discusting superstition which we can see in other parts of the world is also common in Angola. It's a common belief among non-Gypsies that a person who has a sexual relation with a Gypsy will be dirty and it's needed to start some religional rituels to be clean again.
These examples of injustices related with the Universal Caste System Ali Mezarcıoğlu explained in his book are the worst cases. However, there is nowhere in the world in where all of these injustices are completely dissappeared and alienage between Gypsies and non-Gypsies turned to brotherhood. This will be possible when all all damages of injustices arising from the Universal Caste System are compensated and prejudices targeting Gypsies are overcomed.
Source: Ali Mezarcıoğlu Çingenelerin Kitabı Cinius Yayınları (The Book of Gypsies Cinius Publishing Company)