Romania becomes the target of xenophobic attacks after a Romanian kills a stewardess in Copenhagen. Elsewhere in the news, Leukaemia patients from Romania are constraint to national treatment. Last but not least, ex-Romanian president Ion Iliescu (PSD) called the Soviet army to intervene in the 1989 Revolution, a Polish document reveals.
Romania becomes the target of xenophobic attacks after Romanian Mariab Clita kills a stewardess in Copenhagen, the national press reads. According to Romania Libera, Danish Ekstra Bladet tabloid, quoted by Danemarca.dk, described Romania as „Europe’s dead end” and the Bucharest – Copenhagen bus route, as „a real pipe for gangsters from Romania. The hold of the bus is always full of stolen goods”. And Bucharest is the city “where not even lice survive”.
Danish authorities were tuned to the same song: MP Tom Behnke form the Conservative Party declared that „all cars coming from the East, from Romania, need be searched”. Three high Danish Police officials described Romania as the country of dangerous criminals. Manslaughters Department Chief Ove Dahl said „Romanians lack scruples. They kill even for 100 Krones (15 euros). Their culture is completely different”. He’s the one in charge of Marian Clita’s case.
Sources quote Dahl claiming that „the main problem is the open borders, through which Eastern Europeans invade us. They commit bank robberies, break into houses, serious thefts, beg and break into stores – everything!” Dahl’s gesture was mirrored a Copenhagen police branch chief in Dan Sorensen, according to whom Romanian immigrants committing crimes are more numerous than other immigrant criminals. He said the problem with Romanian nationals amplified after Romania joined the EU. „Romanians are difficult to expel and they find it easy to return”, he added…..