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All have some degree of physical or mental disability.
The building has a small room where 10 so-called “babies” – including a pallid five-year-old and a malnourished and blind seven-year-old – sleep and spend every waking hour.
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DON’T LIKE Victims: In Romania, everyone suffers, but no one is guilty. Up against an ambitious Romanian, no one has a chance. But because they find it hard to work subordinate to other people, few make money and when they continue to not make money, they don’t close their business. Romanians are great at starting a business, not so good at running one. The British will show their true feelings when they are drunk and steal them back when sober. No, they imply, there must be a reason for your sickness.
The Prime Minister speaks of being a victim of the President, the President a victim of the Prime Minister. DON’T LIKE Too enterprising: Everyone wants to be a boss, but no one wants to collaborate. LIKE Honesty: A Romanian female friend in Southampton told me: ‘What is it with Englishmen? The Brits tend to be straight in business, but unscrupulous with emotions. DON’T LIKE Sick: Whenever I tell a Romanian that I have a cold, their first response is “Why?
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More intensive waves of Jewish immigration resulted from the Chmielnicki massacres (1648–49).
The territory of present-day Romania was known as Dacia in antiquity and Jewish tombstones dating from early times have been found there.
The Jews may have come as merchants or in other capacities with the Roman legions that garrisoned the country from 101 C. and early missionary activity in Dacia may have been due to the existence of Jewish groups there.
A comment piece in reaction to the hate and love against Romania in the British press, published in Romanian on If you believe The Daily Mail, all Romanians are benefit frauds, pickpockets and secret millionaires of a specific minority and Romania is a country of mud-huts, sick horses, starving dogs and gated palaces of gold-plated window-frames and weather-cocks, built on the theft from hardworking British families. In Romania, people answer the phone even when they speaking at a podium in a conference or while they are giving birth. As a journalist, I can’t believe I am giving this advice to Romanian politicians, but please, please, please stop talking to journalists. If a woman in the public eye takes time on her appearance, she is labelled a “whore”, but if she chooses not to, she is a “tramp”. If you suggest starting a new venture, they will says yes to collaborating (I am aware this contradicts a previous statement).
But if you believe the The Guardian, all Romanians are gorgeous students destined to be UN Secretary General or Apple CEO and their country is an unspoilt paradise of rolling hills, organic farmers and playful bears. They rarely say anything of much significance, but they sure are friendly. They spend all day talking to reporters and all evening talking on chat shows. DON’T LIKE Sexism: Why is it that when Romanian men walk into a crowded room, they shake all the hands of the other men, but avoid physical contact with the women? Men are judged on what they say, women on how they look – it’s pathetic. But this country need Feminism like it needs working traffic lights and free and fair elections. I have friends and family in the UK whom I have not spoken to for ten years over a small argument some drunken evening, the reason for which I cannot remember. DON’T LIKE Deadlines: Why can’t Romanians stick to deadlines? LIKE Ingenuity: Give a German a lighter, he will see a piece of plastic, a barrel, a flint and a small amount of petrol. The venture may be popular, admired and innovative, the only downside being – it probably won’t make money.
When I saw him, he was lying apathetically on an old sofa and looking at me with the eyes of a frightened animal. ” Anne Marie told us, before pointing out some tiles in the bathroom he had allegedly smashed. “I don’t have strong enough medicine to keep him calm, so I am trying to move him to an old-age home that does.” Florin is given nothing to do and has no one to whom he can talk.