Wednesday, 16 August 2017

We meet Juana, 70, in the house of her friend and neighbour Nieves, in Jerez de la Frontera. Because she hasn't been able to enter her own house for five months. It has been usurped from her, according to a complaint she filed with the national police, by the same man she welcomed in so that he would have a roof over his house two years ago. She met Mohamed at a social diner. She offered him a room so that he wouldn't be in the street and so that she could feel more secure, because she lived alone. "He seemed like a good person to me. I didn't think he would act in this way," she says. But soon, continues Juana, "he started to ask me for money, for the internet... and I didn't have it. Well, I had some savings that he was taking from me, bit by bit."

Nieves, her neighbour, says Juana's gesture cost her very dearly from the moment that she let the man in. "He took control of everything that was hers, telephone, money. He isolated her from her the few friends and family that she had. He took advantage of Juana's age and vulnerable situation." 
Nieves welcomed Juana into her home and dedicates all her time to her while her situation is resolved. Juana told her that she had returned five months ago from her long recuperation for a broken collarbone, for which she had almost a year of hospitals and residencies. But Mohamed wouldn't open the door to her and told her by telephone that he was no longer there.


  1. Women are programmed to take care for something. It appears that this woman had nobody. No children or grand children to take care of.

    White women nowdays have negative birth rate (below population replacement rate), yet they are designed to take care for someone. If they do not have kids, then they will care for animals, such as cats, or they will care for the poor (often minorities), will embrase caring left wing causes (PETA, GreenPeace), or they will care for...poor refugees.

    The way to fix this is to increase the birth rate, which will cause women to take care for their own children and grandchildren first, to invest their maternal and nurturing instinct in their own children, and not to care about "poor" foreign refugees instead. So having less childless women around may fix both the low birth rate issue and the women who want to help refugees issue.

    1. Absolutely agreed. It's also the genetic drive to be caretakers and nurturers that, while a wonderful and necessary function, makes women wholly unfit to serve in government, law enforcement or the military, or to vote. In the vast majority of history there was a very real reason women were denied entrance into these sectors of society, and voting was reserved for men only. A woman's care-taking instinct skews her ability to reason and is too easily taken advantage of by others, as this article so clearly demonstrates.