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mihaitzateo
19-11-14, 18:07
In the 2nd tour of the free presidential elections,62% of the Romanian citizens with voting rights came to vote.
We had to choose between mr Klaus Werner Iohannis,a Romanian citizen which is German ethnic,from Transylvania and mr Victor Ponta.
Mr Victor Ponta,his family from his father part is of Italian origin ,his grandfather was brought to Romania because he was a skilled stone worker.
While his mother family are Aromanians from Albania.
Mr Iohannis won with 54% percent the elections.
Mr Ponta went with some nationalist ideas,like "Proud to be Romanian" but it seems most Romanian people were not that attracted to the fact he is half Italian,neither of the fact he closed his eyes towards some corruption facts.
So think again before calling Romanians Romance nation.
Our language is Romance,but culture and way of living is Slavic ,most of it.
http://www.dw.de/romanias-iohannis-wins-ponta-concedes/a-18068398

joeyc
20-11-14, 11:18
Another proof that ROMA-nians are completely unable to build roads and govern their country without a foreign help.

mihaitzateo
20-11-14, 19:04
Another proof that ROMA-nians are completely unable to build roads and govern their country without a foreign help.

Lol,Roma people are Gypsies,Romanians,are a different people.
Anyway,you know that Norway got a minister who is Pakistani,but was raised and educated in Norway?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hadia_Tajik
Pakistani are also Gypsies,as race.
So I do not see anything bad with Roma people race,they just need a better education.

Yetos
20-11-14, 21:21
Lol,Roma people are Gypsies,Romanians,are a different people.
Anyway,you know that Norway got a minister who is Pakistani,but was raised and educated in Norway?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hadia_Tajik
Pakistani are also Gypsies,as race.
So I do not see anything bad with Roma people race,they just need a better education.

there are 2 major tribes of Roma,
they like their way of living,
and they have their 'laws' of honesty,

it is not the education, but their culture, which is tottaly different from any other known,