Thursday, July 25, 2013



'Hitler did not kill enough' Gypsies

Mentioning Hitler was egregious but Gypsies are a plague on any community where they are found so the anger is understandable

 France's interior minister has called for a lawmaker to be "severely punished" after a journalist recorded him allegedly saying that Hitler may not have killed enough Roma.

Gilles Bourdouleix, a lawmaker and mayor of the western town of Cholet, reportedly muttered the words on Sunday as he confronted members of the travelling community who had illegally set up camp, according to a recording posted on the site of regional daily Courrier de l'Ouest.

"Maybe Hitler did not kill enough," Mr Bourdouleix is heard saying after the Roma had reportedly given him the Nazi salute.

Confrontations between French authorities and Roma - nomadic people widely known as gypsies who were killed in their hundreds of thousands by the Nazis - erupt frequently.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Forget gypsies. What we need to do is kill more journalists.

Old Bob said...

"Mentioning Hitler was egregious but Gypsies are a plague on any community where they are found so the anger is understandable". I see a little bias here! My great-uncle, a Roma, was killed by the Nazis. He was a professor of chemistry at Humboldt University of Berlin. Being a Roma and a professor is a plague?

Anonymous said...

Did he also fix dents in cars?