We’ve reported three times previously (see report #1 report #2, report #3) on the center for asylum seekers in Harmanli, a small town in Bulgaria. Relations between the locals and the “refugees” have been uneasy at best. Below is the latest installment in the saga of Harmanli and the culture-enrichers.
Many thanks to Tanya T. for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:
|01:36||There was such a case recently… —Yes, there was…|
|01:40||A person from Harmanli.|
|01:43||It’s true some say she was a prostitute, but…|
|01:47||20-30 men attacked her nearby, close to the bridge,|
|01:51||started dragging her, and what saved her was that people from the neighborhood saw her,|
|01:58||and saved her before the police came. —At 4 o’clock in the afternoon, is that right?|
|02:03||Another case from yesterday: An Afghan (newcomer — used ironically, also means space alien)|
|02:08||enters a private home.|
|02:12||The inhabitants of the home , the man and the woman go into panic mode;|
|02:16||they just can’t grasp what’s going on.|
|02:19||The guy takes off his clothes most calmly, takes the man’s clothes from a hanger and puts them on|
|02:24||puts on his shoes, and there’s an apple nearby; he takes the apple and …|
|02:28||He felt at home. Yes, in other words, he felt at home.|
|02:32||Ok, thank you very much for this. We continue onwards.