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Leben voller Lügen: Manjuh (27) steigt aus | TRU DOKU

Aug 31, 2022

Leben voller Lügen: Manjuh (27) steigt aus | TRU DOKU

when it became clear at some point that we were missing too there wasn't much you could do then the police searched for time also searched the media pretty well of course it was also a terrible idea what would happen if they caught us our mother and then told them about the children's home, so of course we were quite consciously very scared and also talked about the fact that one would be abused in the homes, also stories of dead bodies of children and things like that, we were very afraid of life, my My name is one. I am 27 years old and as a child, when my mother flew with me, my brothers before the authorities were happier, the eldest of four sisters, me and my next older sister, we have a father who did not take care of me much. gold then my mum remarried and had three more sisters my mum is very very hard to describe and there were also some critics who would also flopped a bit we never had a close relationship so she was always pretty cold i would say I know with love at home, but maybe I could have fun with her too, she was nice sometimes too, in a way, sometimes she was like a child in my opinion and that also had something contagious to describe my childhood to you in such a way that we actually had a lot of different phases that we really love in these episodes everything was exciting between the total level and as an adventurer and then again at certain intervals depression of Of course there was always a problem in these depressive episodes also that in the end he raised us himself , so there was also often negligence, of course, with the space recognized that it really is a mental illness, I have to say very very late that it is easy, so she was a lot, a lot of people, one after another, she could then also think of a whole biography sometimes she just spoke a different dialect, linguistically and visually in a way that could change very quickly in a very short time she didn't really want the outside world to notice because , of course, we noticed it from the very beginning when the youth welfare office came, I was separated from the family and we were very afraid of that, that is, trying to go unnoticed by the outside world, we moved very often, one of the reasons was of course there were custody disputes at some point the point I went back to the classic depression that that night the depression really suddenly stopped and our mother said we didn't want to emigrate to England.
leben voller l gen manjuh 27 steigt aus tru doku
She said that she had the job offer and that the cottage garden would be on us and that we would have this romantic English life. somewhere along the coast on reality it was more like this. Custody disputes became problematic and so sure we didn't know anything we moved that we can't say we should keep absolute secrecy. They were also canceled for ten year old school friends when we emigrated to England. For me it was a total adventure in time just to emigrate based on the content so in germany we left there we lived near kassel here on the hill and then we took our aunt to frisia in the netherlands from there we went to rotterdam the Next day and then we're here from the port With the aftermath of salvation ship, we then went by bus to Sunderland in the far north of England.
leben voller l gen manjuh 27 steigt aus tru doku
You were relatively sober when you got there and realized that, well, this coach doesn't exist, this great job doesn't exist, and that life. in the north of england it's a little different than we imagined then mum will have us r started coming together between faith communities and the moment he joined a faith community he told a whole new biography in the community Jew said that she always gave me different names back then, even in the mosque she said that for many years she would have been commented from Judaism to Islam and therefore would be persecuted, so now she talked a lot about the persecution politics, but he was behind the persecution of the youth welfare office who wanted to take us out of the family and also just wanted to help at that time, she told us that she needed the support so that they could protect us, there was also quite a lot often this earl from the evil outside world who basically just wanted to make our lives difficult, often for us the weekend before yes, as I said, we had a dress rehearsal in n Our house has attention, where I then look at what clothes could go with it, then she gave us some phrases that we should say if they ask us something that usually works, so that people believe it, no matter how absurd it is, it is also true, I have to say that our mother is very charismatic basically people don't always say that what they wanted to hear was like their idea of ​​the world i was eleven years old it was all very abstract in a way and i too often had the feeling that i was missing something i just don't quite understand and, of course, I also knew a lot about the city from my mother, but the smell was very unpleasant for me.
leben voller l gen manjuh 27 steigt aus tru doku
Sometimes, I couldn't tell who we are. That is really our identity. That's a white lie. I also had a lot of doubts about my own perception so at some point I always had it too. I searched for the error when I didn't understand something. In May 2008, the decision was made to separate him from the family just before I picked him up and we ran away, so in the end our mother stayed in the living room. in the morning and he said he has ten minutes now he has expensive things he has already called yes we were all in shock running around the house somewhere in japanese he did not know at all what he should pack he did not know where he was going it was already left me of course they were hiding somewhere for now our first stop after we left was newcastle and from there we took the train to london that was actually the last picture they had of us the police then searched time and also through the media I loved it so much so first of all I know they were definitely the scariest plus I don't know when you arrive but sleeping tonight is such a simple question and what are we going to eat today?
leben voller l gen manjuh 27 steigt aus tru doku
Our mother and son told us that we would come to a children's home and then she Of course we were really scared quite consciously and they also told us about the fact that one would be abused in the children's home and also stories of corpses of kids and things like that. We were very afraid of life. do what she always does in a situation like that she takes all five of us and is looking for new followers our stations were initially in london a one bedroom flat but then also a squat in the borough yes you finally came suddenly you may be two cops there it was so the point is ok now it's actually over you know where we are yeah so we're at night just walk straight yeah there it was actually the first time we escaped on foot and we really ran through the woods in the meantime and it definitely felt very threatening at the time we looked for a hideout violence where we slept for four hours a community resident then at some point he decided he would sneak us out of there.
leben voller l gen manjuh 27 steigt aus tru doku
The problem was that at that time the streets were blocked in the whole area because they knew we had to be there and there were no escape routes anymore. I also had a very very small car you have to say we were seven people yeah so we were really squeezing very very close so I shared a seat with my sister who was sitting in the footwell because there was a relatively woolen blanket thick on top of me that they have given me air very quickly under this blanket also began to comment a little sweating crying that it was just creepy and also that we wu Ssten, we still have to go to the police here.
leben voller l gen manjuh 27 steigt aus tru doku
I just noticed at some point the car was slowing down because of course even now when we stopped the car was searched until it came but it didn't stop so it drove into Boston like a whole different corner. from boston then we went all the way south and finally we left the island there by boat and the smuggler who then took us to kabul i.e. northern france until we finally took the bus via munich we wanted to istanbul at that moment or our mother wanted to take us to istanbul, so we were at the munich train station and then there was a passport control and then, of course, it was time to realize that these are fake passports, then they noticed that yes, so we as police are really at that moment what we always feared happens and I also realized that I was shaking terribly so I found my hands d It was not easy then even my whole body gave out and we were all completely upset , except for our mother, the first one very serene and she doesn't see anything more hinted at or anything like that, but I can see her completely resigned. like she gave up now and thinks it's ok now everything will happen but even if you didn't expect it in German law everything that happened back then in England was ignored then she even made it right and for everyone we have actually just changed but she has her life will go on the same way as mentioned above later she also turned 15 when i no longer accepted i got into the conflict and confronted her i had to move because it just wasn't possible it's not really anymore bearable and it led to the fact that at some point i thought it was ok i moved now but my brothers live on the other side ch and then i also went to the youth welfare office and we left and just talked about it and i think i realized now things are getting complicated again before she went into hiding again at the end of 2014 so with two of my brothers and one of her sisters she also grew up with me and the extr They went on for another four and a half years, in a way it was kind of emancipating from my mom to say I talk to other people about it now I talk to other people about anything at all that was the worst thing she could do was be able to share with someone how i was at home so i decided i would testify it was clear he needs this perspective from one of us he actually put everything on the table in court what had happened that just happened when you got older you somehow understood it was a disease and there was no ill will or a bad person behind it he just wants to harm the environment which is basically not what of course makes him sad again is she didn't get treatment why didn't she get help why didn't she go to therapy that would have changed our lives so much in at the moment no one really knows from the family where my family travels it is definitely my brothers and also adrion after high school when I moved from Braunschweig then, on the one hand, I had a lot of negative memories there, everything, on the other hand I really wanted to choose for myself where I would like.
Yes, actually I came to Leipzig when I moved here directly. Then he started studying law here with adrian and then we started studying law here for over ten years. We know each other. much of my life in a way I'm 27 now that means this whole phase of youth and adulthood and it would also be a lot for the people that I was there too and we grew very well together during that time so thankful that I was there too including, that they open up to me because I don't think that ever before, let's say that the outsiders are great with all the trains that were there yes, I also think that calm has returned now that we lead a stable life in which we can still do everything that we wish only if you liked this movie subscribe to the documentary and don't miss any story yes but if you want to know more then check out tui logo instagram channel
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