Girl dissed and threatened in Hungarian school
There isn't an article in English about this, so bare with my storytelling skills.
A Romanian girl from Covasna, a town located right in the middle of Romania, and sadly, infested with smelly Hungarians, went to school (some Hungarian-specific highschool) wearing a Blue, Yellow, and Red colored headband. Needles to say, being the sacks of shit that they are, the Hungarian students dissed her for daring to show a small gesture of patriotism in her own God damn country. This happened on Hungary's National Day, and although it seems a bit chauvinistic, it all started when on December 1st, Romania's national Day, students came to school wearing shirts with the flag of Hungary. The head teacher of her class confiscated the headband, and the council accused her of instigating and discriminating. Later on, she received a message from some Hungarian low-life, written in what seemed to be a poor attempt at Romanian, wishing for the girls death, calling her and the entire country a bunch of Gypsies, and bragging about Ardeal (a region that's rightfully Romania's) belonging to Hungary. Everything, of course, happened right in the heart of Romania.
Now this isn't only about the girl, but Hungarians are known to be especially hostile to Romanians right here, on our lands. They don't even bother to learn just enough of the language to communicate properly, and create their small communities that Romanians are excluded from. For example, if as a Romanian, you go to a store in a Hungarian-polluted region of Romania, you can't even buy a Coca-Cola, because even though it has the same name in every language, the seller will still tell you he doesn't understand you. They're starting to claim these lands for themselves, and I think it's about time they gtfo.
So yeah. If any Hungarian reads this, don't feed me the stereotype crap, you may be cool, but your migrating brethren are unarguably a bunch of douchebags, so feel free to take them back.