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Roma people ask for referendum for autonomous region in Hungary

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The Opre Roma-Gypsy party logo.

In 2011, István Kamarás–formerly employed by the Christian Democratic People’s Party’s (KDNP) Barankovics Foundation–claimed refugee status in Canada, noting that he no longer wanted to “lend his name to the government’s actions that oppress Gypsies.” He added that he is “forced to emigrate from the country” and is “forced to accept in his heart the centuries-long hopelessness of the Gypsy people.” Since then, Mr. Kamarás and his family returned to Hungary and he established a new political party with a considerable following on social media.

But what really propelled him into the spotlight was when he submitted a referendum proposal to the National Election Office this week on the creation of a autonomous Roma province in northeastern Hungary. Mr. Kamarás is calling for territorial autonomy and his proposal incorporates lands currently under the jurisdiction of four Hungarian counties.

The logic behind the proposal and Mr. Kamarás’ political movement, the Opre Roma-Gypsy Democratic People’s Party, is that Roma political elites in Hungary have been both corrupt and incompetent, doing almost nothing to help raise the nation’s largest and growing minority out of abject poverty. Mr. Kamarás refers specifically to the way in which EU funds aimed at Roma integration were misappropriated. His second rationale for territorial autonomy has to do with the changing demographics in counties like Nógrád and Borsod. In both counties, the proportion of students who belong to the Roma minority exceeds 33%. The national average is 15%, although the highest proportion of Roma school children anywhere in the country is found in Budapest’s 8th District, where 48% of students are Roma.

http://hungarianfreepress.com/2017/09/28/referendum-proposed-on-autonomous-roma-province-in-hungary/

Seems like everyone is asking for autonomous regions these days, shouldn't Irish people be allowed one?
 

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Well good luck to them.Yes all Ireland should be voting for unity and self determination.Irish people should be campaigning more vigorously for this,so move it!Hup two three four! A NATION ONCE AGAIN!
 

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Not to be cliched about this, but if the Roma have an autonomous region - who will they beg and steal from? Mind you, the Israelis have been very successful at it.
 

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Considering the enlightened approach the Republic has taken recently in regards to her Tinkers (er, uh, I mean Travelers), maybe Orban can pack all the Roma on transport carriers and have them disembark at Dublin or Shannon.
With the swarms of kids that the Roma are having here, they'll have their autonomous region here before long.

There was a March/festival this year somewhere for Roma to let them all know that Ireland is 'theirs'.

Someone posted a poster for it on here, not sure who. It said something like 'Our Ireland... Roma, blah, blah.' I can't remember exactly, but it was very arrogant in tone, I do remember that.
 
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With the swarms of kids that the Roma are having here, they'll have their autonomous region here before long.

There was a March/festival this year somewhere for Roma to let them all know that Ireland is 'theirs'.

Someone posted a poster for it on here, not sure who. It said something like 'Our Ireland... Roma, blah, blah.' I can't remember exactly, but it was very arrogant in tone, I do remember that.
might have been me, it was a workshop put on by one of the immigrant quangos to tell them how to get Irish citizenship so they could get a free house and all the trimmings.


 

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Is this not the death to europe. The Catalan's paving the way. We will have francistan, germanistan. Caliphates for everyone, and for those that still want to leach of the old france or germany, they'll stay anyway. Balkanise the place, only united power will be islam, and a few african christians. Edit, of course this will only strengthen the eu.
 
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'Medical cards, housing applications, and more'.

The things put in place by our county for the needy, are now just a way of life for these leeches.

It boils the blood, it really does. I mean 'housing applications'?! Like you just apply for a house, when every other gobshite is breaking their body and soul to put a few quid together to buy one and afford mortgage payments.

And these fuckers getting information about 'applying' for a house. I glossed over it initially, the heading was enough...
 

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With the swarms of kids that the Roma are having here, they'll have their autonomous region here before long.

There was a March/festival this year somewhere for Roma to let them all know that Ireland is 'theirs'.

Someone posted a poster for it on here, not sure who. It said something like 'Our Ireland... Roma, blah, blah.' I can't remember exactly, but it was very arrogant in tone, I do remember that.
Revolting, especially on an island as small as Ireland. People who have the wherewithal to get the hell out can pull up stakes and head to rural areas, but this isn't necessarily a long-term fix. The "refugee" resettlement scam in the U.S. has been relocating welfare-grubbers to states such as Wyoming and Montana for years. It's a thinly-veiled attempt to replace the native population with "new Americans."
 

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Revolting, especially on an island as small as Ireland. People who have the wherewithal to get the hell out can pull up stakes and head to rural areas, but this isn't necessarily a long-term fix. The "refugee" resettlement scam in the U.S. has been relocating welfare-grubbers to states such as Wyoming and Montana for years. It's a thinly-veiled attempt to replace the native population with "new Americans."
That’s brutal to hear, Wyoming and Montana are such pristine and beautiful places too, wth low enough populations historically I think?
 

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That’s brutal to hear, Wyoming and Montana are such pristine and beautiful places too, wth low enough populations historically I think?
Yeah, but they have cucked-out bubbleheads from California and other pinko states that move there and and agitate for shipping them there.
 

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Roma are utter scum.
Give them their own statelet, build a wall around it and let them squander in their own shit-hole.