Calls to deport thieving Roma gypsies and their families from Ireland
A Romanian caller called Chris told Red FM's Niall Prendeville that she is ashamed of the amount crime committed by Roma gypsies in Ireland despite the Irish state providing them with so much welfare. She told Neil she wants the Irish government to deport the criminals.
Prendeville had heard from numerous Irish callers over two days complaining about thieving Roma gypsies.
Caller John told the story of his father who was robbed by up to ten Roma women. They had asked him for some charity for their children and when he opened his wallet, they pushed him up against a court house wall in Cork and mugged him.
John also recounted a recent encounter he had with Roma in a charity shop. He had noticed a gang of them robbing the place. The staff were doing nothing about it. They spoke little English. John threatened to call the gardaí on them. The Roma taunted him to do it and when he did, they scarpered.
The Gardaí told John there was nothing they could do about it — that they couldn't search the Roma and they were under-resourced anyway.
Caller Elizabeth said she was working in a supermarket when €80 worth of food including a leg of lamb and a tray of steak was stolen up a gypsy skirt. She told Neil that they hang it off hooks.
"This country is good enough to accept people into the country and that's how they repay us"
"They're never charged and that's the problem I think"
Caller Mary told Neil hat she worked in a charity shop and the tricks that she saw there with Roma gypsies was unbelievable.
"I mean if there was a degree in how you get away with it and how you do it, they'd get first class honours"
Neil asked her if she ever caught Irish people or Cork people robbing the store.
Mary answered "Oh gosh, no...I mean a cancer shop? I don't think so. You know the way we are, a bit old fashioned and we've got our own morals."
Another texter remarked:
"I live among Roma and I am surrounded by them. The men hang around all day in Blackpool between fifteen and up to sixty of them sometimes playing football, blasting music from their flashy cars, beeping horns all hours of the day and throwing rubbish on the ground.
"Any Irish family that move in are intimidated until they move out. The women are out all day up to no good and the kids, especially during lockdown, are left alone and they're out screaming and roaring on the roads until 1 AM and 2 AM every single night on a diet of white bread and Red Bull. I know I'll get criticised for saying this but it's the truth...every word of it."
Paddy told Neil that the best idea to sort out the criminal Roma problem is to deport entire Roma families.
"Send the whole family back to Romania and they can rob out there then."
Broadcast: Red FM | 25th-26th Jun 2020
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