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Crime: The Rogarians Aren’t Feeling At Home Among The Hoodies

by | 19th, September 2007

daily-express.jpg“ROMANIANS carry out 1,000 crimes here in six months,” says the Mail. (Pic: Beau Bo D’Or)

Instantly, you wonder what could have gone wrong?

The first shock is that this story has not been picked up by the Express, which operates a Romania-Bulgaria monitoring service on behalf of its readers.

The second shock is to realise that these Rogarians, as they must be termed, might not be trying.

Since January 1 this year, when Romanians were allowed free access to other EU member states, they have enacted 1,080 offences.

Anorak dug deeper and noticed that in the London ward of Westminster in July 2007, there were 5,694 criminal offences reported.

It is clear, dear reader that the Rogarians have yet to settle in and are intimated by our own native criminal fraternity.

But things can change. Rogarians can assimilate.

The Mail has seen a leaked Home Office memo which says an estimated 45,000 “potential criminals” from Rogaria would travel to Britain.

And travel home again in your car…



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