Romania 7

September 2nd, 2021

The women who hail from the city of Bucharest and have a Romanian ancestry are known to be extremely beautiful and very fucking stupid. Not just that, these women are also known to be the biggest fucking sluts of the continent of Europe. Much like Slavic beauties, these women from Bucharest have angelic faces with a blend of Mediterranean and Eastern European features. They have an olive skin tone and have light-colored eyes which are more often than not, shades of blue. The women mostly have long hair which is usually blonde. Multi culturalism is frowned on here so ugliness is almost non existent.

August 31st, 2021

August 30th, 2021

Prostitution in Romania is not itself criminalized, although associated activities, such as procuring, are criminal offenses, and solicitation is a contravention punishable by fines. In the late 19th century and the first half of the 20th century there were legalized brothels, but these were closed by the communist regime in the late 1940s, and prostitution itself became a criminal offense in 1957. Prostitution was decriminalized in 2014, as the new Penal code of Romania, which came into force on 1 February 2014, no longer contains such a criminal offense. Prior to that date, it was considered a criminal offense (infracţiune) punishable by up to a year imprisonment. There had been proposals in the past to legalize and regulate prostitution (such as in 2007) but these were rejected, especially as Romania is a party to the Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others, which states that prostitution is “incompatible with the dignity and worth of the human person and endanger[s] the welfare of the individual, the family and the community” and binds countries which ratify it to ban organized prostitution such as pandering or running a brothel. According to the official explanations of the Ministry of Justice, with regard to the new penal code “the fact that prostitution will be excluded from criminal penalties does not mean “legalizing “it, transforming the activity into one regulated or permitted by law, because the persons practicing prostitution will still be sanctioned with a contravention.”[4] The Association for the Promotion of Women in Romania opposes legalized prostitution, as they view prostitution as “another form of violence against women and girls”. The Romanian Orthodox Church also opposed the legalisation. In 2008 an EU-funded survey by TAMPEP found Romania was top country of origin of migrant sex workers in the EU.

August 29th, 2021

On 5 March 2012, a man opened fire at a hair salon in Bucharest, Romania, killing two people and wounding six more. At around 17:40 EET, Vlădan entered the hairdressing salon Perla (English language: Pearl), located in the Dorobanți neighborhood in Sector 1, Bucharest, at the intersection of Calea Dorobanți and Iancu de Hunedoara Boulevard. He was armed with a 9×19mm Glock semi-automatic pistol. Vlădan opened fire, shooting eight people in total. He fired eleven bullets, from which three hit his wife. The rest of the bullets were fired at the victims, and all of them hit the targets. At about 17:45, the shooter fled the scene and hid inside a public building. He turned himself in a few minutes after that. Gheorghe Vlădan, a 51-year-old chauffeur for the Romanian Ministry of Internal Affairs, was identified as the shooter. According to multiple sources, the reason behind the shooting was the fact that the attacker’s wife, Florina Vlădan, wanted to divorce him. Vlădan “was not able to take that”, and in consequence decided to murder her and her coworkers, who had allegedly been “helping her to get through the divorce <SNIP> LINK

August 17th, 2021

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