Congratulations to the space dwellers! – our country

Congratulations to the space dwellers!  - our country

Today, April 8, we congratulate on the occasion of World Space Day for the visit of the space dwellers who are in Norway. The official name of the group of people is rom, and representatives have been visiting our area for years hoping to earn a few krona. Most of the people of Surland come from Gorge County in Romania, and when they can’t find simple work assignments, they like to sell socks and magazines on our streets. Some beggars.

The ethnic group consists of between 8 and 10 million people. Rome is a people without a common written history, without a common land, without a unified common religion or scriptures, but they have their own flag. They got it after the first World Space Congress, which was founded in London in 1971.


In Romania, Roma were slaves until the 1860s. Posters from that time tell of the sale of space slaves, or gypsies, as they were called at the time.

Gypsies have many names, but they were never a dear child in Europe. The distinguishing feature is that they travel. In Norway, travelers are called fant, splint, roma, sinti, and many more or less local varieties. The common denominator between them is that their roots go back to the migration from India about a thousand years ago. We do not know the reason for the migration, but in connection with the migration of the ethnic group towards the Balkan Peninsula, they have retained several expressions of the Roma language, which many groups master.

The history of space suffering did not begin with World War II. It was an ongoing story

Most researchers believe that the Gypsies, that is, the Romans, according to the language, must have traveled through Armenia on their journey to Europe. In the Romani language, there are ten words of Arabic origin, and many more Persian according to researcher Isabel Fonseca of Columbia University. Genetic studies have found that different groups of chambers have a common genetic history. This means that both linguistic research and genetic research have shown that different travel groups had a common origin in migrating from India.

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A long history of suffering

Everyone needs to connect with the biggest we are. For the Roma, who do not have their own country, clan and family ties are more important than anything else.

Throughout history, space has been in a very vulnerable position. Partly with outright persecution, slavery and executions, partly with failed attempts at assimilation. The Holocaust claimed the lives of about six million Jews, 250,000 people with disabilities and homosexuals, and hundreds of thousands of Gypsies, according to encyclopedias. The numbers may be greater.

But we know that the story of Roma suffering did not begin in World War II. It was an ongoing story. The Roma had been persecuted in Germany since 1890, and in 1909 it was proposed to the central German authorities that all Roma should have a visual identity, so that a person could be easily identified. In 1922, a rule was introduced that all rooms must be fingerprinted and photographed, and Norway has a history of which there is nothing to be proud of.

unified science

It is possible that resident Roma groups experienced their places as their home, but the experience of homeland, associated with national excitement and pride, did not test this ethnic group.

But science unites. The flag shows the green earth, the blue sky, and the ever-moving wheel for people on the move.

Dalila Awolowo

Dalila Awolowo

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