Racism Without Racists - What do You Know about Immigration?

True to fact stories.
Discrimination and Abuse.
A story of survival.

I am an immigrant, like you maybe, and this is my truth about immigration. A true story. A story of many... Too many. Is it yours too? 
You too are a prisoner of geography who lives in a world of racism without racists?
If the answer is Yes, my heart goes out to you.
This motivational and inspirational memoir is for YOU! 
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Discrimination, prejudice, exploitation, and abuse are what I know best. For the world, I am a human of inferior birth, but I know that is not true.
I don’t want to take anything from you. I just want what’s mine by birthright. I deserve to be considered human. A human like you.

This true story of survival is a work in progress.

17 years ago, after living under a very oppressive communist regime, I left my homeland for the first time.
I didn’t want to abandon my parents and the only reality I knew.

I cried in despair thinking I will never go back. I hated my destiny... my siblings’ destinies. None of us wanted to leave.

I know I am one of the lucky ones. I didn’t cross oceans and seas in shipwrecks.
I didn’t walk for thousands of kilometres as some of the people I know.
I didn’t live in barracks and ate from a trash bin.
My heart goes out to all these humans who went through unthinkable situations in the pursuit of happiness.

I have been treated in diverse ways during these years, but seldom fairly.

For many, too many, I am a human of inferior birth, not worthy of consideration.
  • I have no country now. No identity.
  • I feel like I don’t belong anywhere.
  • I feel like the world doesn’t want me. 
I haven’t seen my eight (remaining) siblings all together in seventeen years.
I know that only a tragedy will reunite us. But I don’t want that tragedy. I want to hug my siblings and have lunch with them. And I want to visit my dearest’s brother tomb and leave a flower on it to make him realise we haven’t forgotten him. He will live in our hearts forever. 

The UK, the country I love very much, has voted "Leave." 
  • Should I pack my bags?
  • Should I give up my dream?
  • Nobody wants Romanians. Is there anywhere I could go?
  • How am I going to provide for my octogenarian parents who survived the Second World War and raised ten children under an oppressive communist regime?
  • Is it really true that this world is not for people like me?
  • What should I do?
  • What can I do?
  • What would You do if you were me?
  • Would you dare to ask for your human and civil rights?
  • Would you cry and feel alone in the whole universe?

I hope you’ll never have to find out. 

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