Celebrating heroes who ended tyranny

Dec 17, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The New Zealand Herald

To the strains of strings playing Christmas carols, Romanians paid homage yesterday to the fighters who took to the streets of this Transylvanian city 20 years ago, sparking the revolution that swept Eastern Europe's most repressive dictator from power.

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Scorpio

Gainesville, FL

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Dec 22, 2009
 
"residents flocked to the defence of an ethnic Hungarian dissident pastor who was being threatened with forced relocation, leading to rapidly escalating confrontations with police."

It should read "Hungarians flocked to the defence of an ethnic Hungarian dissident pastor who was being threatened with forced relocation, leading to rapidly escalating confrontations with police."

Because we all know Romanians don't care about Hungarians and even more Hungarian Pastors. The writer of this article tried to make it about Romanians started getting rid of the communist leader but it was Hungarians once again that got rid of a cruel leader. when it comes to fighting Hungarians are not afraid to bring the fight to you even if it is going to mean their death. So when the great war begins the victors once again will be us Hungarians.
valah

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Dec 22, 2009
 
Blah blah blah blah blah yoy!!!
Scorpio wrote:
"residents flocked to the defence of an ethnic Hungarian dissident pastor who was being threatened with forced relocation, leading to rapidly escalating confrontations with police."
It should read "Hungarians flocked to the defence of an ethnic Hungarian dissident pastor who was being threatened with forced relocation, leading to rapidly escalating confrontations with police."
Because we all know Romanians don't care about Hungarians and even more Hungarian Pastors. The writer of this article tried to make it about Romanians started getting rid of the communist leader but it was Hungarians once again that got rid of a cruel leader. when it comes to fighting Hungarians are not afraid to bring the fight to you even if it is going to mean their death. So when the great war begins the victors once again will be us Hungarians.
Doru

Bucharest, Romania

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Dec 23, 2009
 
Scorpio wrote:
"residents flocked to the defence of an ethnic Hungarian dissident pastor who was being threatened with forced relocation, leading to rapidly escalating confrontations with police."
It should read "Hungarians flocked to the defence of an ethnic Hungarian dissident pastor who was being threatened with forced relocation, leading to rapidly escalating confrontations with police."
Because we all know Romanians don't care about Hungarians and even more Hungarian Pastors. The writer of this article tried to make it about Romanians started getting rid of the communist leader but it was Hungarians once again that got rid of a cruel leader. when it comes to fighting Hungarians are not afraid to bring the fight to you even if it is going to mean their death. So when the great war begins the victors once again will be us Hungarians.
Hungarians got rid of a cruel leader? Fcck you!
Scorpio

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Dec 23, 2009
 
The truth hurts and you Romanian scum can't stand it. Hungarians were and always will be fierce unstoppable warriors.
valah

Elgin, IL

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Dec 23, 2009
 
Unstoppable warriors??
You lost all the conflicts you were involved in for the last 250 years!
This kind of truth does not hurt ...it tickles us to death,like good comedy.
Scorpio wrote:
The truth hurts and you Romanian scum can't stand it. Hungarians were and always will be fierce unstoppable warriors.

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