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1. The default languages for discussions in /hu/ - Hungary are Hungarian and English.
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Why have Gypsies always been so discriminated and abused in...

Why have Gypsies always been so discriminated and abused in Hungary and Romania? Why do you treat them this way? How did the racism get this bad?

You don’t get it until you live around them
>>310281(OP)
Is it true that Gypsies descend from Pajeets?
>>310281(OP)
Gypsies are literally the worst people I've ever met.

When I first moved to Ukraine, everyone left me alone. Everyone has a sense of privacy. Even the homeless do not bother you because locals would beat their ass.

There is one (1) group of people here that do not respect any of a normal person's boundaries: the gypsies. It's worse, from what I've heard, in Russia, especially Moscow. Every horror story of Moscow's metro starts and ends with the gypsies.

My personal experience was walking to a McDonalds. A child no older than 8 starts holding out a bag asking for money. "Please, one Hryvna!". She follows me for 3 blocks, at times stopping in front of me and pressing against me to impede my movement. She continued to do this until I yelled at her.

I had never encountered anything like that anywhere I've traveled to. The owners of that child had trained her to essentially commit sexual assault in order to get people to pay her to go away. Not even in China are the beggars so egregious.

We are coming for you, Hungary

Coca Cola giving the middle finger to Hungary. How is that possible? It's almost as if powerful corporations own this world.

>>258998(OP)
>Coca-Cola has no plans to backtrack
lol I guess we know who has more power in this situation. Imagine not being able to tell a foreign corporation to fuck off.
>>258998(OP)
Beautiful, powerful and inspiring.
Ban coke, it's poison anyway.