Hooligans’ and skinheads’ racial hatred destroys interracial children: they are being murdered, jailed on wrongful charges, and morally deteriorated. The luckiest ones immigrate to Europe, the USA and Canada.
One of the interracial families had 6 children. The older son was sent to prison for three years. He got into a fight, drugs were found in his pocket (the boy doesn’t know how it got there) – but the black is always guilty. He was released from prison on parole for good behavior. He acquired all the necessary papers for employment, found a job, but the first evening hooligans beat him up shouting: “Negro, go back to Africa.” He died from his wounds. The criminals who killed him were never found and the 19-year old man was gone. His brother also spent two years in prison for the same reason: blacks are always guilty. He was also released for good behavior. Two weeks after his release he was brutally beaten by hooligans. The medical report stated severe injuries. The offenders put a knife into the young man’s hand and he was sentenced again. According to the lawyer, the young man was on unfair trial. However, we did not let injustice prevail: we attracted publicity, media, including Channel 1 and Ren-TV, as well as journalists of foreign newspapers.
The mother of the family now has four children. A teacher of English, she is Tatar by nationality, and by religion a Muslim. When she married a black Muslim man, a Guinean national, she never thought of her future children’s sufferings. Every mother dreams to give happiness to her children. Given that young interracial people get released from imprisonment early for good behavior, we must ask ourselves: are they really guilty? Mothers of Metis fund know these children well: quiet, shy, modest, with their eyes fixed on the ground. They came to our organization in 1999, skinny and poorly dressed. Only their eyes were shining, begging for help. They did not attend kindergarten or school. All 8 of them lived in a 2-room apartment. Their mother never received a larger apartment; for years now she is waiting for government assistance. The three youngest children now attend school. The oldest daughter sings beautifully and has already won a prize in a jazz contest.
Metis J.’s father is from Ghana. The young man is 23 years old now and he has been in prison twice. Like others, he was released for good behavior. He is a quite, indolent young man who feels repressed because of his skin color. His mates constantly made fun of him and were constantly setting him up. They stole something in McDonalds and blamed it on him. J., not being able to stand up for himself, didn’t know what to say to the police, got scared and went to jail, while the real delinquents went free. Now Metis fund is trying to find him a job, though it is quite difficult: over the phone the potential employers agree to hire him, but when they see a “negro” they refuse, saying that he will be constantly beaten, and they will have to be responsible for J.
Metis children are commonly quiet by character and easily hurt. They suffer from constant bullying and offences, which causes psychological trauma and an inability to defend themselves. The mother of an interracial child B. from Yekaterinburg writes to us: “What should we do? B. lets other kids bully him. He lets them make fun of him, doesn’t want to fight back, defend himself, though he is much brighter than other kids in many ways. He is a very good student, has won Russian and German language contests, and is already studying university level subjects.”
The article “Dark-skinned boy got tired of hating the entire world,” (MK, Dec. 24th, 2002) describes the life of a boy Egor, who was tied to a fence with a rope in kindergarten while his mates threw sand at him. The game was called “shooting an enemy.” At school Egor had excellent grades, but his classmates constantly bullied him, beating him up almost daily. After one of the fights the boy even began stuttering. Three times he tried to commit suicide. Psychiatrists and psychologists worked with him. In order to save the boy, he was transferred to a boarding school, but it was impossible to isolate him from the external world. Wherever he went, whichever road he took running, there were always cruel youngsters attacking him. This surrounding hatred resulted in self-defense murder, when Egor, protecting himself, killed his offender. Egor admitted his guilt, but does it explain the reason for the murder? He was brought up in such environment of hatred. A little black boy is part of a society that hates strangers, the ones who are different.