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    German Interaction(s)with the Roma(Gypsies)

    We all know about European/Jewish interactions throughout history which very often ended up with Jews being expelled from European countries. Different historians will give various reasons for them. Why were Gypsies reacted to by the National Socialists in the way they were during WWII? Some not so flattering stereotypes tended to follow them throughout Europe, too. The reason(s)?

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    Not sure, what you are talking about ...

    When I read , that around year 1900 dog meat had been circulating
    in Franfurt by Main ,
    I would suspect gypsies , not japanese ...



    There are Gypsies in Poland , that try the grandchilden trick on
    the telephone , maybe in England once , their 1970s generation
    replaced by English school lesson children .

    It has to define a "land" , since the jews claim land in middle east ,
    one could otherwise put gypsies on a boat and let them row somewhere ,
    especially Brooklyn , New York , where they likely be welcomed with
    teddy bears as futural cheapo workers for biblical massas ...
    Mk 10:18 What do you call me a good master, no-one is good .

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    Roma are a parasite culture they live on the fringes of society often engaging in criminal activities. They are called "Roma" because they were thought to originally come from Romania and called "Gypsies" because they were thought to have come from Egypt, not sure where they come from and I have read their origins are from India. They are not a European ethnicity, and should be expelled from Europe.

    There are gypsy tribes operating in America.
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