October 6, at Why do so many people not understand the reason that many Travelling children, who would love to go to school, cannot do so as so many Councils ignore the Government advice that when Travellers have health or education needs, thcy should delay their eviction from public land? Instead most Councils usually only allow them about a week and the police only 24 hours or less. The reason is plain from official figures which show that over a quarter of the Gypsies in this country are homeless because there are not enough legal sites for them, which is very sad as they are unjustly blamed for trespassing and this aggravates the racism against them. Why does the British Government not improve its guidance on delaying evictions for health and education needs and make it binding on all Councils, all Police who can evict by Section 61 and all the Courts which usually rubber stamp the evictions in spite of health and education needs. Why do the Councils and the courts ignore the High Court decision, called the Wealden Judgement, which quashed the eviction of some pregnant Travellers and a baby with health problems, so this should be binding on British Courts and Councils, but they ignore it. By the word Gypsy I do not mean only the Romani but all Travellers, both th Romani and those of Irish descent, many of whom have lived in England for many years.
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Romania is no fan of the LGBT community, however. I had a taste of what it is like to be a gay man there when we lived in Brasov in While there have been positive changes—mostly because of the fall of Communism and the necessary changes to become part of the European Union—things are still not where they need to be for the LGBT people living there.
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The Roma, by contrast, were confined at Auschwitz in a separate camp, the Zigeunerlager , marked down to die of starvation, disease, brutal treatment, and sinister medical experimentation. On May 16, , heavily armed guards assaulted the Roma camp under orders to deliver the 6, Roma prisoners to the gas chambers. Forewarned, the Roma put up a fierce resistance with improvised weapons. At the cost of many casualties, the Roma beat off the attack and lived to fight another day — a triumph with few parallels in the history of Nazi death camps.
On the morning of August 2, the Nazis tried again. First, they removed able-bodied men and dispersed them to other camps, where some survived. That evening, emboldened by this cowardly move, the guards attacked the 3, who remained — women, children, and the sick. That night over 3, were murdered and the bodies burnt in the pits. The variance is due not only to the lack of records for the geographically dispersed camps in which the Roma were detained but also to the way in which so many were killed in the fields, villages, and remote areas where they lived.
About years later, they moved into and across Europe, where they often faced persecution. Today Romani is spoken worldwide in many dialects.
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Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email An organisation that represents the rights of Travellers and Gypsies in Wales has hit back against opposition to a permanent transit site in St Asaph. Denbighshire Council has earmarked land on the outskirts of the city for a permanent base for an extended gypsy family, and another piece of land for a transit site for five or six travellers.
The Green Gates site, just off the A55, is next to St Asaph Business Park and the business community and hundreds of residents are furious about the proposal, which has spurred a petition. But an open letter to the people of St Asaph has been published on the Travelling Ahead website, quoting some comments on social media, which they say, when applied to any other community would be considered “outright racism and hate speech.
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The head of the foundation, Uwe Neumaerker, condemned the defacement in a statement as an “aggressive anti-Roma” act and said that security had been bolstered at the site, in Berlin’s Tiergarten park opposite the Reichstag parliament building. The graffiti has been removed and state authorities have opened an investigation, he added. The long-delayed monument, a round pool of water with a stone triangle at the centre, was inaugurated by Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin in A timeline recounting how the Nazi extermination drive unfolded stands next to the memorial, which after 20 years of wrangling was finally built with a federal government grant.
The Nazis deemed the Roma and related Sinti like the Jews to be racially inferior, and unleashed a systematic campaign of oppression against them. In SS chief Heinrich Himmler ordered the “final solution of the gypsy question”. Those caught in the sweep were confined to ghettos, deported to concentration camps and slaughtered. Many were subjected to grotesque medical experiments and forced sterilisation. Historians estimate nearly , Roma men, women and children across Europe were killed between and , halving a population with roots in Germany dating back six centuries.
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