The Zemun Roma respond: The police are not responding to our calls

Residents of the Roma settlements in the Zemun municipality said that more than a quarter of the population said that calls to police to intervene, still do not come and insufficiently patrol on those territories, the Roma Center for Women and Children said.
This is mentioned and such is the situation in the settlements of Zemun Polje-Kamendin, Zemun Polje - Divo Naselje, Military Put, Block 1, Block 2 and others.
According to OSCE, the majority of the Roma population need to feel safe.
"In the Voynit Put neighborhood, as many as 97% of respondents say that there is not one place that is safe for their children to play," the OSCE said.
Nearly 100% of the population do not know at all that there is a Municipal Council for Invisibility.
It was also noted that there is a big problem in the places where larger groups use alcohol and drugs, and 37% of them state that there are people who are aggressive towards people passing from those places.
It is noted that there is institutional discrimination due to insufficient knowledge of the specific life and culture of the Roma community. 


Most notorious Nazi Reinhard Heydrich. He and Hitler were afraid of him!

Reinhard Heydrich had several nicknames: "Bloody Beast", "Hangman" and "The Butcher Of Prague" - but none of them had really depicted how gentle it was.

As the head of the Gestapo, Reinhard Heydrich was the man who gave orders for the most horrible Nazi crimes. He was the organizer of the famous "Kristallnacht", a violent persecution of the Jews in Germany in 1938, which began with the Holocaust.

Even Adolf Hitler was afraid of Heidrich and on one occasion he pointed out that he had a "heart of steel". He was the coolest and most arrogant Nazi, and a man who called him when he needed a firm hand.

Reinhard Heydrich was born on 7 March 1904 in Halle, Germany. His father was a singer and a German nationalist. His mother was a Catholic.

In 1931, he married Lina outside Austen. Lina was a member of the Nazi Party and thanks to her met with Heinrich Himmler, who was in senior positions in the party.

Their connection was great. Himmler was a godfather to his first child.

He also presented the plan for the Holocaust at the Wenzhou conference. In that plan, 11 million Jews and Roma were settled in Europe.

They were supposed to be located, and be locked up in the camps and liquidated. No one was allowed to be spared.

Heydrich died on June 7, 1942 in Prague, was precisely killed by the resistance of the Czech movement. His train coffin was transported to Berlin, where a second ceremony was held (the first one in Prague),

The Holocaust continued with the same strength and reached the scale of the greatest genocide in history.

The last plan was renamed "Reinhardt operation" as a sign of a lifetime. It was his legacy.


10 years since a series of attacks on Roma in Hungary where six Roma were killed

Five-year-old Robika Chorba and his father, Robert Chorba, were murdered for being Roma on February 23, 2009.

The wave of violent terror against Roma began in 2008 when a group of Hungarian extremists were hunting Roma.

The series of attacks took six lives. The trial for four suspects lasted two and a half years, and the final verdict was taken in August 2013. Three were sentenced to life imprisonment and one to 13 years in prison. Attacks occurred in the following order:

July 21, 2008, Galga York. Shortly after midnight, 10-15 firearms were fired in three Romani houses. There were no injuries in the incident.

August 8, 2008, Pirice. Two Romani houses with Molotov cocktails were set on fire. A woman was hit by a shot while she was leaving the house.

September 5, 2008, Nirvoni-Tamasupuge. It is shot at a Roma house where father and four children live while sleeping. No injuries.

September 29, 2008, Tarnabod. Molotov cocktails were thrown into four Roma houses. No injuries.

November 3, 2008, Nagychez. Two bombs were thrown into two Romani houses. When they escaped from the home, a man of 43 and a woman for 40 years were killed.

December 15, 2008, Alzotzolka. It is shot at two Roma. The man (19) suffered life-threatening injuries, his partner having suffered minor injuries.

February 23, 2009, Tatarstangorgi. Thrown is a Molotov cocktail in a Roma house. On the flight were killed the father (27 years old) and his five-year-old son. The other two children were injured, while the mother got out without injury.

April 22, 2009, Tisalok. Genoa Coca, the 59-year-old Roma father late in the evening while leaving the night shift, was killed in front of his house.

August 3, 2009, Kisla. 45-year-old Mary B. and her daughter were attacked by strangers in their homes. Survivors, but with severe bodily injuries.

Why were the Nazis dressed in women's dresses?

For historians and sociologists, it remains unclear why the Wehrmacht soldiers during the Second World War were often dressed in a women's wardrobe. Fun or homosexuality? After the answers, a photographer searches

Artist Martin Daman collects private photographs of soldiers made during wars for years. The last collection of World War II photos he gathered not only enabled him to publish a book on the subject, but also caused a shock to the public. Daman explored why Nazi soldiers dressed in a women's wardrobe.

You will find the answers in the video:

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