In Canada the Left is engaged in fierce battle to get the phony Hungarian gypsy “refugees” accepted. Their Lord Protector Bernie Farber is trying to influence the public opinion and label as racist all those, who object to allowing those criminals with a proven record into our country. Of course, even if we let all those gypsies in, Mr. Farber and his fellow do-gooders will be immune because none of them will be allowed in the posh areas like Rosedale and Forest Hill. On the other hand, all the rest of us, who live in apartments, will be exposed to theft, pickpocketing, rapes and beatings (all the multicultural pleasures experienced by the people in Eastern Europe).
While Bernie is working with lefty groups and synagogues to let the gypsies in, another quasi-conservative politician is trying desperately to stop the gypsy deluge from ruining his country. David Cameron, the Prime Minister of Great Britain, is looking for a way to stop the gypsies when in 2014 the work restrictions for people from Bulgaria and Romania are abolished.
It is clear that the issue is not about stopping those, who want to work – it’s about stopping those whose main work is theft. The gypsies have centuries of experience in that field, while the gullible Westerners have none. They will be a very easy target of the gypsy pickpockets or crooks. In a gloomy article a crew from the Daily Mail shares experiences from Bulgaria.
They traveled there to witness the education of gypsy child thieves in a special school, named Golden Hands, run by the gypsy thief matriarch Donka Panova in the city of Stara Zagora:
Down the years Golden Hands has schooled hundreds of children, including her 30 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren, in the intricacies of her criminal art – and many of her graduates are now planning to travel to Britain in the New Year when restrictions on Bulgarian and Romanian migrants are lifted.
Sitting in a cafe, her grandson Gospodin Panov, 26, emits a low whistle as he contemplates the rich pickings. ‘All those people in London packed on Underground trains with their arms in the air. It will be too easy!’
Gospodin has experience of England already. ‘I was in Portsmouth a few years ago and made £3,000 in one week pickpocketing,’ he says. His grandmother interjects: ‘I started in 1950, in the Communist era, when things were not so easy.
‘These days, I envy the way our young people can travel all over Europe to make money. But in my day I was the best. I was The Pickpocket.’
Even today, she still likes to keep her hand in, so to speak. ‘Only if I am at the market, though, and an opportunity presents itself.’
You can read the rest here.
Hopefully, the gypsy thief invasion will be the last straw to break up that monstrosity called European Union.