"Gypsies", and other expressions towards the Roma have become like a normal everyday life of social media.
One to start reading the comments and their conclusions about Roma, will understand that the Roma are actually monsters.
For example, out of negligence and inhuman approach to say fifty negligent and sufficiently un-socialized Roma group in the country, it immediately starts with "bursts" and generalization such as "Gypsies", "Chargers" ... And immediately accompanying a similar arsenal adjectives, addictions, support, insults to one nation, as well as additional style additions: Thieves, jubilants, drug addicts, dirty, liars, etc. to describe the Roma more explicitly.
Well, you people well do you live? According to you, the "prick" who comments, is it a potential danger to you, if a Gypsy is sitting on the same bench at school with your child, there is a danger of stealing a pencil or a notebook and a dinner?
Is it accidental that if you work with your colleague "Gypsy" in your joint office, there is a potential danger that your cellphone, wallet, your laptop can run out of you?
Is it with your acquaintance - friend "Gypsy" that you are embarrassed and tempted to go out for a coffee conversation?
If, after some coincidence in your home, a "gypsy" is engaged in maintaining hygiene, household or guarding your children, there is a danger that you will get all your work done home, will dirty your home, or you will have it steal the child?
Another logical question: Where does that exclusiveness in a foreign person whom you do not know well write to him on his behalf his CV?
My "good people" with "soft hearts", what you write and describe generally others, shows your ancestral simple mental set-up, and not according to you the "genetics" of all Roma.
And finally, the word "gypsy" is not a name for a nation-nation, but a characteristic feature that you may be describing yourself!
In an associative sense, the written documents as they got the name of the 11th century dated date, and "Gypsy" derives from the Greek word Antihganos τσιγγάνοι or ἀτσίγγανοι which in the translation means untouchable, and today this translation is labeled as "dirty, thief, deceiver, ignorant, bad ....
How did the Roma groups get this name after their emigration from India?
In the above-mentioned region, before the arrival of these Roma groups, a group of "sects" practiced magic, they were rejected by the population as Antichrists, and called "Antigangs".
With the advent of the Roma ethnic group, because of their similarity to the sect that had come to an end before their arrival, the domicile population replaced it with the previous sect by calling it the same name Antihganos.