Roemeense aardappelen

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De Duitsers zijn zo langzamerhand gewend geraakt aan het meest wonderlijke nieuws dat over de hoog gekwalificeerde Roma uit Roemenië en Bulgarije verbreid wordt. Er zouden veel goed opgeleide mensen tussen zitten, bijvoorbeeld ingenieurs en artsen, die ons verrijken. Dat wordt dankzij de constante herhaling inmiddels voetstoots aangenomen, waarschijnlijk ook uit angst om als racist of nazi te gelden als je daarover je twijfels laat blijken.

In het kader van deze hersenspoeling komt er nu steeds meer onbegrijpelijke informatie in de tot nu toe serieuze nieuwsuitzendingen terecht:

In de uitzending “Hallo Niedersachsen” van 18-02-2014 werd een in principe niet onsympathieke Roma-familie voorgesteld, die uit armoede naar Spanje vluchtte. Daar woonde zij vijf jaar lang, totdat ze vaststelde dat haar kinderen alleen in Duitsland een toekomst hebben. Het gebruikelijke dus.

In deze aflevering had men echter bijna een kleinigheid over het hoofd kunnen zien. Het gezin schets zijn ellende in Roemenië en beweert dat er daar voor het gezin slechts één aardappel per dag was geweest, in goede tijden.

Dat wordt door de Duitse journalisten als vanzelfsprekend opgenomen, overgenomen en als waarheid aan de Duitse kijkers doorgegeven alsof het de meest normale zaak van de wereld zou zijn om per dag maar één aardappel per gezin te eten te krijgen (in de video vanaf 04:35).

Helaas lijdt het geen twijfel dat er mensen op de wereld zijn die zo weinig te eten hebben als één aardappel per dag. En je moet toegeven dat er ook in Europa mensen zijn die honger lijden. Of dat echter bij de Roma in Roemenië het geval is, mag betwijfeld worden en deze twijfel levert de reportage in dit concrete geval tegelijk mee: Want hoe komt het hoofd van de familie aan zo´n welstandsbuik? Heeft hij deze gedurende zijn 5-jarige verblijf in Spanje gekweekt? Dan vraag je je af waarom de familie daar niet is gebleven.

Mocht de buik echter uit Roemenië afkomstig zijn, dan kunnen we nu een loflied aanheffen op de aardappelen daar of een treurzang op de domme brave Duitse burger. Want die is inmiddels niets, maar dan ook niets te gek om wat men voor hem heeft voorgekauwd in zijn mond te schuiven. Je hoeft alleen maar te zeggen: Brave Duitse burger, vreet op!

Bron:
www.pi-news.net
Auteur: rotgold

Vertaald uit het Duits door:
E.J. Bron
(www.ejbron.wordpress.com)

Over E.J. Bron

www.ejbron.wordpress.com
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10 reacties op Roemeense aardappelen

  1. Sjaak zegt:

    Nu begrijp ik ook wie een burgeroorlog ontstaat !

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    • Driek zegt:

      Die kinderen hebben allemaal bolle wangen, zien er niet ziek uit, en ze zitten daar behoorlijk te schransen. Ik had ook wel zo’n leventje willen hebben.

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      • Theresa Geissler zegt:

        “Ja, die éne aardappel…..Typisch Roma-praatje; niet intrappen.
        Ik zal je nog wat anders vertellen:
        Een Neurenbergse vriend van mijn man zaliger was voor de tweede keer getrouwd met een jongere vrouw, die óók Roma-bloed had, voor de helft. -Hayass heette ze van zichzelf, Petra Hayass- Samen hebben ze nog zes kinderen gekregen. Enfin, als die iets van de instanties los wilde krijgen, ging ze er heen, nam één of twee van de kinderen mee, gaf ze dan op de stoep een draai om hun oren, zonder aanleiding, zodat ze huilden, en verklaarde in de spreekkamer zonder blikken of blozen: “Ze huilen van de honger omdat ze al drie dagen niet gegeten hebben.” Nou, succes verzekerd.
        Ongelogen; ik stond er zelf bij!

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  2. Joop Klepzeiker zegt:

    UPDATE 12:39 PM ET: According to an editor of the Kyiv Post, former President Yulia Tymoshenko has arrived in Kiev following her release from prison:

    Tymoshenko has arrived in Kyiv, reports @interfaxua
    — Christopher Miller (@ChristopherJM) February 22, 2014

    UPDATE 11:59 AM ET: According to Ukraine’s parliamentary speaker, President Viktor Yanukovych tried to board a plane to flee to Russia but was stopped by border officials. He is reportedly now somewhere in the eastern region of the country.

    UPDATE 11:47 AM ET: Yulia Tymoshenko says she will run for president of Ukraine.

    UPDATE 11:44 AM ET: The Kyiv Post reports parliament will vote on a new prime minister tomorrow:

    Tiahnybok: Tomorrow parliament will vote for prime minister. #ukraine
    — KyivPost (@KyivPost) February 22, 2014

    UPDATE 11:08 AM ET: Yulia Tymoshenko is reported to have left the hospital at the prison where she was being held and is travelling to Kiev.

    UPDATE 10:45 AM ET: Oleksandr Turchynov, the opposition leader now appointed as parliament speaker and acting prime minister, said that Viktor Yanukovych had agreed to resign as president but disavowed the decision and even a pre-recorded resignation statement after consulting with advisers. Turchynov said that Yanukovych abandoned his duties and his location is unknown. Therefore, parliament moved ahead to impeach him for leaving his post and set early presidential elections for May 25. Valentyn Nalivaychenko was unanimously appointed head of Security Service of Ukraine.

    The Chairman of Russia’s Foreign Affairs Committee, Mikhail Margelov, is reportedly in Kharkov with Yanukovich.

    ORIGINAL STORY: The situation in Kiev appears to be the very definition of a coup, with the opposition, parliament, police, and military now turning on the regime of Ukranian President Viktor Yanukovych, who has clung to power as long as he possibly can but whose exit is now reported to be a fait accompli.

    Among reports that the President has fled Kiev comes news that the military and police are now either working with the opposition protesters or at least hedging their bets as a feeling of nervousness pulses through governing parties.

    With an agreement signed yesterday and with former President Yulia Tymoshenko set to be released, there can be no doubt that indeed a major coup has been achieved by the protesters.

    In December, it was scarcely imaginable that such a U-turn could be made by Yanukovych. His decision to send in police to clear the Maidan Square was a drastic miscalculation, as it proved to be the turning point in the conflict between the government and protesters.

    Just one month ago, commentators noted that the protesters in Kiev’s Independence Square were waning in number and that public support for the movement was faltering. But Yanukovych, with Russian President Vladimir Putin’s backing, overplayed his hand when he and parliament pushed through strict anti-demonstration laws and went after the Catholic Church after clergy set up tents for people to pray and worship. This led to today’s climactic situation.

    Yanukovych loyalists are now fleeing his Party of the Regions, and some reports even suggest that the President is now the former President, having abdicated his position.

    The power vacuum in the country’s capital is arguably more dangerous than an elongated transition from Yanukovych’s rule.

    With the Parliament having just dismissed the President, expect a long-running, Egypt-esque tussle over the future of the country.

    If it can be accurately stated that the European Union and the United States have helped to support and orchestrate a coup on Russia’s doorstep, the ramifications all the way from Washington, Brussels, London, and even as far as Damascus will be nothing less than grave.

    Mary Chastain and Raheem Kassam contributed to this report.

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2014/02/22/Ukrainian-President-accurately-described-the-unfolding-situation-in-Kiev-as-a-coup

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  3. nieuwenhuis zegt:

    Zgn . niks te vreten, maar wel weer raak geschoten met de puddingbuks………….

    Godsklere!!!!!!!!!Wat een lelijk wijf.

    Ps. De chinezen vreten ook bijna geen aardappels!!!!!

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  4. Alwine zegt:

    Als er 1 volk geld heeft, en zeker in Roemenie, zijn het de Roma’s wel!
    Een beetje bruiloft duurt een week, en de gasten komen met goud, sieraden enz enz in dure auto’s naar de bruiloft.
    Er worden grote villa’s gekocht, maar men bivakkeerd in de tuin, want men kan er niet aan wennen, om in een huis te wonen.
    Er zijn uiteraard ook Roma’s die het niet breed hebben, maar het merendeel houd zich heel goed in leven door te stelen, en te roven, op wat voor manier ook.

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  5. Alwine zegt:

    O, word mij net op FB gezegt, dat ik dit niet mag verspreiden, die link, werkt rasisme in de Hand, en men kan mij voor het gerecht gooien.
    Is dit waar, weet iemand dit?

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  6. Joop Klepzeiker zegt:

    UPDATE 4:33 PM ET: This concludes our live update. For more on Ukraine, click here

    UPDATE 4:09 PM ET: Reuters reports that Ukraine’s border authorities said they had refused to allow ousted President Viktor Yanukovich to leave the country.

    The Interfax news agency said: “Armed men had tried to bribe border staff at Donetsk airport in the east of the country to allow the charter flight to take off but they had refused, the agency, quoting an aide of the head of the state border service, said.

    “Yanukovich subsequently got off the plane and left in a waiting car, it said.”

    UPDATE 3:25 PM ET: McCain approves:

    Stirring speech by Yulia Tymoshenko at the Maidan – I’m glad she’s free! #euromaidan #ukraine
    — John McCain (@SenJohnMcCain) February 22, 2014

    UPDATE 3:07 PM ET: The editor of Ukraine’s English language paper, the KyivPost, tweets live from Independence Square: “Protesters on Maidan greet Tymoshenko w/ skepticism. Rousing speech, but not enough to win over hearts & minds of all those on streets”.

    UPDATE 2:31 PM ET: Tymoshenko addresses the Independence Square [Translation live from Sky News UK]: “I dreamt of seeing all these forces that are changing this country. You’re heroes, you’re the best sons of Ukraine…

    “When I came to Kiev I just couldn’t recognise this city. The barricades, the burnt houses, cars… but this country is now a country of free people. You gave the country this freedom… The people that were here, that died here, are the heroes… We have to bring to justice anyone who shot the heroes of Maidan…

    “I want you to know that each moment that you were on the barricades and when people were killed, I was thinking about you and regretting that I was not with you, my dears… You have to remember the people that were here… you have to remember their faces and remember their sacrifice…

    “I was crying when I saw these unarmed guys on Maidan, when they were shot when they were trying to take the bodies of their fellows. I admire the people who were able to create the makeshift hospitals…

    “No one will deceive you, I promise you.

    There’s Tymoshenko #Kiev #Kyiv #Ukraine pic.twitter.com/bYMHSUkNCX
    — Soulless Ginger (@mchastain81) February 22, 2014

    UPDATE 2:27 PM ET: The Guardian is re-reporting a BBC claim that Tymoshenko has been talking to supporters in a street near Kiev’s Independence Square. She apparently commented: “If you only knew how many times I wanted to be here, how many times I wanted to hold the hands of those who fought and never gave up… My dearest kin, you are the best in the world. There is no-one else, no-one. Glory to Ukraine!”

    UPDATE 2:05 PM ET: The White House has released a statement that says: “The United States is closely monitoring the developments in Ukraine. We have consistently advocated a de-escalation of violence, constitutional change, a coalition government and early elections, and today’s developments could move us closer to that goal. The unshakeable principle guiding events must be that the people of Ukraine determine their own future. We welcome constructive work in the Rada [Parliament] and continue to urge the prompt formation of a broad, technocratic government of national unity. We welcome former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko’s release from a prison hospital today, and we wish her a speedy recovery as she seeks the appropriate medical treatment that she has long needed and sought”.

    “We continue to urge an end to violence by all sides and a focus on peaceful, democratic dialogue, working pursuant to Ukraine’s constitution and through its institutions of government. Going forward, we will work with our allies, with Russia, and with appropriate European and international organizations to support a strong, prosperous, unified, and democratic Ukraine. Going forward, the Ukrainian people should know that the United States deeply values our long-standing ties with Ukraine and will support them as they pursue a path of democracy and economic development”.

    UPDATE 1:40 PM ET: Yulia Tymoshenko remarks that she is “sure Ukraine will join the European Union in the near future”, Sky News reports. She said, “This will change everything”.

    UPDATE: 1:21 PM ET: Tymoshenko almost to the Square:

    Moments away from Yulia Tymoshenko arriving at Maidan. Will be interesting to see how crowd receives her. Should be a hell of a speech.
    — Christopher Miller (@ChristopherJM) February 22, 2014

    Tymoshenko arrives in #Kiev RT @kgorchinskaya: #tymoshenko at airport pic.twitter.com/F82IrD9I8J
    — Kirit Radia (@KiritRadia) February 22, 2014

    UPDATE 1:19 PM ET: Protestors are converging on Yanukovich’s compound in Kiev, resulting in some disturbing finds:

    Files on opposition journos/activists at abandoned residence of (ex?)-president Yanukovych via @Golos106FM pic.twitter.com/turLQwUDW6
    — Maxim Eristavi (@MaximEristavi) February 22, 2014

    UPDATE 12:39 PM ET: According to an editor of the Kyiv Post, former President Yulia Tymoshenko has arrived in Kiev following her release from prison:

    Tymoshenko has arrived in Kyiv, reports @interfaxua
    — Christopher Miller (@ChristopherJM) February 22, 2014

    UPDATE 11:59 AM ET: According to Ukraine’s parliamentary speaker, President Viktor Yanukovych tried to board a plane to flee to Russia but was stopped by border officials. He is reportedly now somewhere in the eastern region of the country.

    UPDATE 11:47 AM ET: Yulia Tymoshenko says she will run for president of Ukraine.

    UPDATE 11:44 AM ET: The Kyiv Post reports parliament will vote on a new prime minister tomorrow:

    Tiahnybok: Tomorrow parliament will vote for prime minister. #ukraine
    — KyivPost (@KyivPost) February 22, 2014

    UPDATE 11:08 AM ET: Yulia Tymoshenko is reported to have left the hospital at the prison where she was being held and is travelling to Kiev.

    UPDATE 10:45 AM ET: Oleksandr Turchynov, the opposition leader now appointed as parliament speaker and acting prime minister, said that Viktor Yanukovych had agreed to resign as president but disavowed the decision and even a pre-recorded resignation statement after consulting with advisers. Turchynov said that Yanukovych abandoned his duties and his location is unknown. Therefore, parliament moved ahead to impeach him for leaving his post and set early presidential elections for May 25. Valentyn Nalivaychenko was unanimously appointed head of Security Service of Ukraine.

    The Chairman of Russia’s Foreign Affairs Committee, Mikhail Margelov, is reportedly in Kharkov with Yanukovich.

    ORIGINAL STORY: The situation in Kiev appears to be the very definition of a coup, with the opposition, parliament, police, and military now turning on the regime of Ukranian President Viktor Yanukovych, who has clung to power as long as he possibly can but whose exit is now reported to be a fait accompli.

    Among reports that the President has fled Kiev comes news that the military and police are now either working with the opposition protesters or at least hedging their bets as a feeling of nervousness pulses through governing parties.

    With an agreement signed yesterday and with former President Yulia Tymoshenko set to be released, there can be no doubt that indeed a major coup has been achieved by the protesters.

    In December, it was scarcely imaginable that such a U-turn could be made by Yanukovych. His decision to send in police to clear the Maidan Square was a drastic miscalculation, as it proved to be the turning point in the conflict between the government and protesters.

    Just one month ago, commentators noted that the protesters in Kiev’s Independence Square were waning in number and that public support for the movement was faltering. But Yanukovych, with Russian President Vladimir Putin’s backing, overplayed his hand when he and parliament pushed through strict anti-demonstration laws and went after the Catholic Church after clergy set up tents for people to pray and worship. This led to today’s climactic situation.

    Yanukovych loyalists are now fleeing his Party of the Regions, and some reports even suggest that the President is now the former President, having abdicated his position.

    The power vacuum in the country’s capital is arguably more dangerous than an elongated transition from Yanukovych’s rule.

    With the Parliament having just dismissed the President, expect a long-running, Egypt-esque tussle over the future of the country.

    If it can be accurately stated that the European Union and the United States have helped to support and orchestrate a coup on Russia’s doorstep, the ramifications all the way from Washington, Brussels, London, and even as far as Damascus will be nothing less than grave.

    Mary Chastain and Raheem Kassam contributed to this report.

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