Not that they value education anyhow, but a friend who lives in Toronto’s most gypsy-fied neighborhood reports that the kids’ parents keep them out of school on Fridays.
Friday, you see, is Stealing Day.
Gypsies (along with being particularly unattractive physical specimens) are universally acknowledged as among the world’s biggest undesirables and lowlifes, so of course the Toronto School Board is using my stolen tax dollars to “celebrate” them!
Forty secondary school students of Roma heritage will participate in this important event focusing on overcoming the challenges they and their parents face while attempting to adapt to our school system. Staff and students will work to strengthen relationships between the Toronto District School Board and the Roma community, while building awareness of its unique needs. The ultimate goal is to develop student and parent awareness of the Ontario public school system to increase student engagement and achievement.
The only “awareness” that needs to be raised is that everyone else needs to watch their wallets.
Prior to her arrest in March, Romaniaborn Olmazu, 31, had been a vocal campaigner for greater understanding and tolerance of Roma gipsies. (…)
Yesterday, however, Southwark Crown Court was told that she used these jobs to tout herself to gipsies as someone who could help them fraudulently obtain thousands of pounds each a year – while contributing nothing to society.
An immigration officer returned home to find gipsies had moved in, ransacked the place and dressed in her clothes.
Julia High was even offered a glass of her own wine by the Romanian squatters.