The residents of Milorad, a village in Northwestern Bulgaria, have threatened to stop paying taxes to the central government unless it finally gets some protection against incessant thefts, robberies, and other crimes that they attribute to local Roma.
Milorad Mayor Petar Garvanski has sent a letter to Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov with a cry for help urging the police to take measure to tackle the rampant crimes in the village, the Presa daily reported.
According to Garvanski, the village of Milorad has no standing police officers, and relies on its security on three officers that are expected to be in charge of a much larger area encompassing a number of villages in the Borovan Municipality....
My Mongolism is what keeps me breathing in this Europe of Angela Merkel and her eastern Mongolian ilk. This is my disguise, I am not eastern at all and have no sympathies for Polaks, Bulgarians, Cehoslovoaks, Romanians and the rest of them barbaric pillagers. Two things I'd make use of these is organ harvesting and outsourcing manial jobs no one wants to do.
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"Two thirds of the population are unemployed Roma."
Bulgaria should change its name to Romani land or Cigania and employ those Roma so they can pay the taxes and those few old Bulgarians left their pensions.
This way its quite confusing, seeing most of the "Bulgarian" population in Bulgaria and Europe consists of Roma yet Romani people are considered minority in Bulgaria.
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