Posts Tagged Romanies

Maximus irritatus

Maximus irritatus

I first saw this story in another online periodical and thought I would add it to my previous comments on the “Romany plague”, but when reading this Telegraph article I found myself sidetracked by the inadvertantly hilarious subheader. Roman gypsies? I have read somewhere that the Romans once invaded Britain, but I never knew that they were still at it. Read the rest of this entry »

, , , , , , , , ,

No Comments

Snip, snip.

Snip, snip.

I haven’t written for a while – work and another project are eating up all my time right now. Truth be told, there have been so many potential Daily Nazi Stories of the Week in recent months that I might otherwise have been spoilt for choice. “Revelations” about Hitler’s early military career, more guff on his artwork, scurrilous articles on David Irving’s impending historical trip to Poland… That sort of thing. Read the rest of this entry »

, , , , , ,

No Comments

State persecution?

State persecution?

It has been a while since my last blog. A good while. I cannot think of any specific reason as even with my busy I have always been able to find a spare five minutes here and there, but hey.

This article in The Guardian however did stick in my craw – yet another wormy diatribe from an ivory tower dweller about our good old friends the Romany people and the rather unfortunate news that the French government has finally started to crack down on their itinerant and criminal behaviour. So Sarko and Co. have finally woken up and realised that something needs to be done – resulting in the usual hysterical bleating from the usual circle of do-gooder scribblers. Read the rest of this entry »

, , , , , , , ,

No Comments