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A community in Pennsylvania is angry over Romanian refugees who are trashing the town.

A community in Pennsylvania is angry over Romanian refugees who are trashing the town.

Although the state of California is often in the news for their incredible migrant problem, a small town with the state’s name in Pennsylvania is feeling the brunt of “cultural enrichment.” California, PA, a little town south of Pittsburgh is reeling under the confrontations created when refugees invade.

Last month, some 40 Romanian “gypsies” moved in. Since that time, a number of residents have filed complaints about the new residents. The refugees have been defecating and slaughtering chickens in public and generally causing a stink among the lifelong residents of the town.

More than 150 citizens packed the borough council’s municipal meeting room on Thursday night to voice their complaints publicly as a community. Their grievances stem from the behavior of the new refugees who have been depositing trash around the town, disobeying traffic rules, and causing marketplace disruptions.

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The cultural divide is a problem that liberal lawmakers ignore. The people who come to this nation for asylum should make every effort to adapt to the mores of the society where they now dwell. However, many immigrants eschew change and establish their own micro societies, creating an ethnicity clash.

Angry California citizens gathered to voice their complaints over gypsy refugees who disgustingly disobey the town's laws.

Angry California citizens gathered to voice their complaints over gypsy refugees who disgustingly disobey the town’s laws.

Muslims have built giant traps that harm police in order to protect their “areas” of conquest, and entire countries have nearly collapsed because of the overwhelming number of invaders flocking to their shores. The people in Pennsylvania want answers for why the gypsies were placed in their town without warning.

Council members and police Chief Richard Encapera said they had no notification about the settlement and have not had any success contacting federal authorities about the newcomers. Apparently the first few Romanians appeared this past May.

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Jane Bateman, who has lived in the community more than 50 years asked that council members contact the federal government. “Charleroi didn’t get them. Brownsville didn’t get them. How did they come to be here?” she said.

Bateman continued, “This isn’t sunny California. This is California, Pa. We are a small town. How did the federal government come to know about us? There’s Pittsburgh, a big city. There’s Maryland, there’s Ohio, there’s West Virginia. Who threw a dart at a map and hit California, Pa.?”

The refugees were released using the Alternative to Detention program and have been causing anger among the town's population.

The refugees were released using the Alternative to Detention program and have been causing anger among the town’s population.

One U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) official did respond to reporters, explaining that the immigrants were released into the country as part of the government’s Alternative to Detention plan.

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“ICE does not place ATD participants in specific jurisdictions,” the official wrote. “There are (ATD) program participants living in California. … while ICE tracks all ATD participants, we cannot disclose where those residing in California, Pa., are from, nor can we confirm that all foreign nationals residing in California, Pa., are ATD participants.”

Many of the refugees wear tracking devices issued by ICE, but they may go wherever they like in the U.S. They chose Pennsylvania because it was a nice, inexpensive place to camp, said Ali George, one of the migrants.

As a distinctive ethnic group from Europe, the gypsies have been persecuted overseas. Perhaps it was due to their lack of toilet understanding.

The townspeople aren't racist, they just don't want to see trash and public defecation in their streets.

The townspeople aren’t racist, they just don’t want to see trash and public defecation in their streets.

A handful of the Roma’s (aka gypsies) rented apartments from Vito Dentino, a local real estate agent. However, when one of the family members (and they have very large families) died in Romania, a large influx appeared to take part in the mourning process, increasing the number of residents in each apartment.

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The problems arose when the refugees began throwing trash all around and even allowing their children to defecate in the street. Unlike Sweden where a woman was prosecuted for reporting the similar disgusting behavior of a Muslim migrant, California, PA residents had recourse with their borough council.

Not everyone is angry. Although the disagreements are related to culture clash, no one at the meeting expressed a wish for the gypsy’s removal. The people of California, PA just want them to assimilate.

The refugees need to all have their own living quarters, not crammed 20 persons in each two-bedroom apartment. They should also understand and comply with local statutes and laws. Almost every resident agreed that if they were taught to observe cultural customs (like, slaughtering chickens at a butcher or using indoor bathroom facilities), there wouldn’t be any problem.

“We’re a very diverse town, we’re very open, but they aren’t assimilating to our laws,” said Pam Duricic, another lifelong resident of California. “We are understanding that these are immigrants. But this is not the same scenario as our grandparents.”

Hopefully, the gypsies will make changes to fit in more with the town. There are already enough La Raza haters and jihadist Muslims looking for ways to destroy American society. The nation certainly doesn’t need any more.