Cultural and Religious Trafficking
When I was a child I told my Mexican mother that I did not want to be raised in Mexican culture. Cultural and religious trafficking was an obvious farce to me at a young age due to my early awakening. I was enlightened by a rock thrown by a five year old Mexican kid that smashed into my five year old Mexican-Caucasian skull. The other kid was pointing out our cultural and sociological differences to me. I was a white kid from the San Fernando Valley intruding upon our family fiesta that just happened to be held in his Boyle Heights neighborhood.
Child Religious Trafficking
I refused to let adults cram their fake Catholic religious trafficking down my throat. I met a twenty-something Sikh at the Fedex in Fresno who was not wearing a turban. I wonder if he got hit on the head with a rock and woke up? The new me was too polite to inquire. The old me would have asked him what he thought of the Sikh religion. The new me just went to my motel and wrote a blog about it.
Sikh Child Trafficking
The purpose of this article is to propose the novel legal theory of prosecuting Sikh parents for child religious trafficking. Can Sikh temple brawling be equated with crimes against children? I need to make a meal ticket out of Guru Singh of Yoga West and this seems like one approach. Perhaps an attorney reading this blog will pick up the torch and carry it. It is hypocritical to prohibit civil war general statutes in public and yet allow Sikh’s to engage in religious processions with swords.
If you have a blog it is important to blog as often as possible. One of the best ways to increase blog traffic or religious traffic is to use stunning images. The fact that all of these images were used in the blog I wrote two days ago, made it that much easier to pound out today’s blog very quickly.