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Tuesday, July 31, 2018

One Fine Day in Gelsenkirchen


(That's in Germany for all you UC Santa Cruz Community Studies majors.)

Hat tip Vlad Tepes and Gates of Vienna


This week, two  Gypsy families engaged in a massive street brawl in the German town of Gelsenkirchen. The below video is not yet translated, but it speaks for itself.



Five people were hospitalized, one with life threatening head injuries and three arrested.

Neighbors who are interviewed say that street violence and assorted disturbances are the norm. It is interesting to note that the politically correct media refers to these brawlers as Romanians, a euphemism for Gypsies.


2 comments:

Siarlys Jenkins said...

The correct term is "Roma" not Romanians.

Gary Fouse said...

Roma or Sinti, but Romanians don't like hearing Gypsies, Roma or Sinti referred to as Romanians.