Meeting Mr Goldberg

Mr. Goldberg’s reply was bloody. “Isn’t it interesting that both your family and that young boys’ families have disappeared, but not the good working people from here? Maybe it’s because they knew they didn’t belong here and left you behind? Your kind of people of do those kinds of things, don’t they? Don’t you? Isn’t that how you got here in the first place?” Ms Javashi stopped crying, her eyes widening. Mrs Goldberg could not look her in the eye, and she was unable to free herself from her husband’s iron grip. “You know I’m right, you snivelling fool. Luckily, things have changed now. We’ll restore the rightful balance.”