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So the tensions are been roused again due the encampment of Roma Gypsies on a roundabout on the M50. With people being critical of the government on all fronts. For not acting fast enough or not giving them homes. First things first. They are on a roundabout. Get them off it. It is dangerous for them and motorists. Next I notice that alot of people feel no problem insulting Romanian people slurring there name. Insinuating that these Gypsies are treated worse then dogs in Romania and seen as bringing shameful on their country. Now I doubt these people saying this really know how they are treated in Romania by the people but it makes good copy I guess to stereotype.
First things first find a place for them to stay then sort of the roundabout. Next decide what to do with them. Does the fact that they came here and camped on a roundabout (not sure about roundabout law but pretty sure it is illegal) getting loads of publicity make them more deserving cases then the many other people who come here and submit to the immigration due process?