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GUEST,ireland BS: Romanians flee Belfast homes after attack (78* d) RE: BS: Romanians flee Belfast homes after attack 20 Jun 09

Racism is a curse on society, beging from N.I. I was angered with the over reaction from some English commentators about these attacks, Ester Rantzen says "the people of Northern Ireland are "addicted to violence".

Here is the story :

After we get some scum carrying out their racists attacks we are all racist nat\rep unionist\loyalist alike, people need to take a step back and ask why we are all labeled racist when other countries could teach us. America, England wales, Irish rep, Germany and many EU countries are experts at racism, do we say the population of those countries are racist? of course not.

Anyone who knows about N.Ireland will find that the majority of us will try our best to help and assist people in need of help,and this is inspite of our infighting.

I do not agree with those attacking people who choose to immigrate to our country and I would share that opinion with the vast majority of people who live here we are not all racists.

The latest reason given is the attacks are a result due to the spate of pick pocket gangs from the Romanian community, supposedly.

My personal opinion is we are not ready for an influx of people as we are not at the stage to deal with our own inter-community problems never mind dealing with differing immigrants issues.

To think we are getting progress with the recent weapons decommissioning by the UDA and this crap is ued by the likes of Rantzen to drag us down.

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