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RADU BUMBACEA,PRESEDINTELE CAMBRIDGE ROMANIAN SOCIETY: ” ROMANII CARE STUDIAZA IN MAREA BRITANIE TAXEAZA RETORICA PREMIERULUI DAVID CAMERON ,FATA DE IMIGRANTI CA FIIND UNA NAZISTA!,INTERESANT CA NU VAD RETORICA NAZISTA A FUHRERULUI GERMAN ,ANGELA MERKEL STASI!

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Români care studiază în Marea Britanie taxează retorica politicienilor şi ziariştilor cu privire la afluxul de imigranţi români şi bulgari. Retorica cu privire la un aflux de români şi bulgari în Marea Britanie este „periculos de asemănătoare” cu „abordarea de tip sperietoare” adoptată de unele regimuri, inclusiv cel nazist, afirmă o societate din cadrul Universităţii Cambridge din care fac parte români, scrie site-ul The Cambridge News.

Periodicul englez citează declaraţiile unu student român, care este preşedinte al Cambridge Romanian Society.

Site-ul notează că Radu Bumbacea, preşedintele Cambridge Romanian Society, care s-a referit la cei care deţineau puterea în ţări ca Germania, Rusia şi Ungaria în anii ’30, l-a criticat dându-l ca exemplu pe David Cameron, condamnând atitudinea alarmistă a acestuia şi a altor politicieni cu privire la o înăsprire a politicilor în domeniul muncii, intrate în vigoare de la 1 ianuarie, vizând România şi Bulgaria.

„Deplângem atât reacţia politicienilor, cât şi a unor instituţii media, inclusiv The Daily Mail ori The Sun”, a declarat studentul la matematică de la Trinity College pentru site-ul citat. „Cu siguranţă nu este un răspuns matur la o situaţie. Se aştepta o abordare mai echilibrată din partea Whitehall-ului şi premierului (britanic David Cameron), care a studiat la Oxford. (…)Este mult prea uşor să adopţi o abordare de tip «sperietoare» în perioade de criză, dar este necesar să ne amintim că o abordare periculos de asemănătoare a fost utilizată acum 79 de ani şi a lăsat Europei cicatrici psihologice adânci”, a spus acesta.

„Astăzi sunt cele două ţări ale noastre, mâine ar putea să fie Turcia sau Serbia. Dacă măsurile Guvernului vor depăşi limita, suntem convinşi că cetăţenii britanici şi UE vor condamna măsurile”, a continuat el.

Societatea apreciază că în Marea Britanie nu va veni „un număr neobişnuit” de români, „pentru simplul motiv că «visul» de a munci în străinătate s-a diminuat, iar limba engleză nu este atât de apropiată gramaticii sau lexicului limbii române”, apreciază Bumbacea. Românii vor continua să vină în Marea Britanie la studii şi să muncească în posturi bine plătite, ca cele din domeniul IT, afirmă societatea.

 

Cambridge University Romanians say reaction from likes of David Cameron to relaxed EU migrant worker rules is ‘dangerously similar’ approach to Nazi hate

Written byGARETH MCPHERSON

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The rhetoric over a feared influx of Romanians and Bulgarians into the UK is “dangerously similar” to the “boogie man approach” adopted by regimes including Nazi Germany, according to a Cambridge University society.

Radu Bumbacea, the president of Cambridge Romanian Society, who was referring to attitudes held by those in power in countries including Germany, Russia and Hungary in the 1930s, singled out Prime Minister David Cameron for criticism as he condemned his and other politicians’ scaremongering over the relaxation of working rules for the two countries, which came into force yesterday.

The Trinity College mathematics student told the News: “We deplore the reaction of both politicians and some media outlets including The Daily Mail or The Sun.

“This is definitely not a mature response to a situation and a more balanced approach should have been expected from Whitehall and an Oxford-educated Prime Minister.

“It is all too easy to adopt a ‘boogie man’ approach during times of crisis, but we must remember that a dangerously similar approach was used 79 years ago and it left Europe with deep psychological scars.

“Today, it is our two countries, tomorrow it could be Turkey or Serbia. If this Government’s measures will overstep the line, we are confident that both British citizens and the EU will condemn said measures.”

The society predicts there will not be “an unusual number” of Romanians coming to the UK “simply because the ‘dream’ of working abroad has subsided and the English language is not that close in grammar or lexicon to Romanian”.

They believe Romanians will continue coming to the UK to study and work in well-paid jobs, such as IT.

Mr Bumbacea added: “We believe such exchanges can only benefit our economies. If there is a gap in the job market, it must be filled. And if there are not enough British citizens qualified for a certain profession, it is only logical that other qualified EU citizens shall move to the UK to obtain those jobs.”

He quoted figures that showed British businesses operating in Romania have made profits of at least 3.7 billion euros.

Mr Cameron has rushed through new measures to ensure from January 1, EU migrants will be unable to claim out-of-work benefits for their first three months in the UK.

In addition, those found begging or sleeping rough could be deported and barred from re-entry for 12 months unless they can show they have a proper reason to be in the UK, such as holding a job.

Other proposals previously announced will see migrant access to the NHS restricted, while landlords, employers, bankers and DVLA staff will all be expected to take part in checks for illegal immigrants under tough reforms.

While some have raised fears of a surge in immigration similar to that seen from Poland in 2002, others have accused the Prime Minister of “pandering to prejudice” as he responds to the threat posed by the UK Independence Party (Ukip).

Mr Bumbacea said he had faith in the British people to rise above it.

He added: “We strongly believe the British public will not fall for such degrading propaganda and will tell the difference between hardworking people and fraudsters or benefit seekers, whatever their nationalities.”

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