The newest testament, according to the enlightened San Tronco part 57

Door San Daniel gepubliceerd in Verhalen en Poëzie


Half an hour later we turned off and followed the main road towards Almeria, the beautiful capital of the Mediterranean. We drove down the wide boulevard to the coast and then followed Roquetas del Mar. "The Rollings are there now, in a hotel," Oreja reported. Man, we are so close now, it's almost electric. " I had to smile about so much enthusiasm. The town was now behind us, and the coastal road evolved like a narrow ribbon that led along deserted beaches and old fishing villages. "Peculiar that they have chosen Eligido for their concert," I remarked. Eligido was a more big village than a town and looked terrible. There were only kilometers of greenhouses, mainly tomatoes and cucumbers. The greenhouses were covered with plastic rather than glass. The area was called 'mar de plastico', 'the plastic sea.' Once flying into Almeria I had thought I was seeing lakes, but I realized when we neared the landing strip that it had been the sun's reflection on the green houses.

Here thousands of illegal immigrants from Africa worked in the greenhouses. Elijido had become almost an African village, with a terrifying crime rate. The authorities closed an eye to it, because the tomatoes had to be picked and the cucumbers needed a lot of care and who wanted to work for a hunger wage? The answer was easy, no one. The African pickers were straightforward and lived under terrible conditions, but the tomatoes were picked, Elijido was developing into the vegetable and fruit market of Europe and the progress of a region is always preceded by the suffering of the least-paid.


"I think they chose Eligido," said Oreja thoughtfully, "because it's outside the big city and has a big football stadium. The one village went over to the other and the only thing that struck me was the composition of the people who walked on the sidewalk, almost all were North Africans. "What a Moros," stated my old friend who had missed the hippie era, "so much like the Troyan's horse." I looked over the streets and indeed the stalls were manned by moros and you saw them everywhere the men walking in their long robes on the sidewalk, the barracks. The lazy summer hung over the streets and everything seemed laid back, it reflected in the crowd that dark in color, strolled along the streets or smoked joints leaning against walls. "That's how it will be in the Marseille of le Pen," I said, but Oreja did not answer. He kept his eyes focused on the traffic and the sidewalk.

"You have to be careful with Moros," he said, "they'll jump in front of your car and if you hit them, you'll be surrounded by about 20 of them." I had heard that more often.

"If you legalize the people then you have control," I finally said, "we do it ourselves we create ghettos here and these are the losers in their own country and they cross the border to our country and are the unemployed losers here. It is true that local politics condones it because moros can be fired at any time and the work needs to be done. Such conditions also occur in my country. ' "Oh yeah," asked Oreja astonished? "Yes, only there they are folk from Poland who work on the land picking strawberries, they also live under terrible and humiliating circumstances, but they accept it, because they earn more than they could ever get in Poland."

"You can not legalize them anymore," said Oreja, "there has been a wild growth in illegal emigration, they should go to an office and register and they won't do so because how can you trust someone who is going to register you and then know where you live and can expel you from the country? ' I understood him in Amsterdam there were alsomany  illegals who made T shirts in illegal studios, the so-called sweat shops. Commissioner Nordholt was almost fired at the time because he reported that he believed there were thousands of illegal workers in the Amsterdam area. The politicians in The Hague did not think that was politically correct and offended by his statements in Amsterdam newspapers, they tried to replace him..


The El Al Boeing which crashed in the Bijlmer shortly after take-off, fully fueled up, made short work of The Hague and showed the right of the commissioner. It was completely unclear how many people had lived in Groenoord. To find out who had lived there, a temporary amnesty was announced for those who came forward to report and had ties with residents of the Bijlmer disaster and could give insight. 20,000 people had stepped forward, all illegal.

"It are always political truths," I said, "but when I look over these streets, I fear that the number of illegal immigrants in Amsterdam are a joke in comparison to here."

"Let's go," Oreja suddenly called wildly enthusiastic, "look," he shouted, pointing to an improvised traffic sign, with the text "Rollings." The impact of the Stones on the world was really phenomenal, here in a ghetto in Andalucia a traffic sign had been modified. A traffic sign that showed the way to the concert of the greatest rock band of all time.

Then with sadness I realized, "one of our tickets, would be the monthly wage of some poor bugger here who would never get enough money in his life, to lead only a percentage of our lives. That calls for social unrest, that causes envy.

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