Mafia's lawyer launches new attack against Peevski
18 April, 2018The Fake News Factory created by the Bulgarian oligarchy has activated its somewhat overused weapon, Tatyana Doncheva, to spread the latest piece of fake news serving their talking points, always featuring some kind of manipulation concerning Delyan Peevski. Doncheva has long fallen off the map, politically speaking, and is acting primarily as a public defender of the behind-the-scenes interests of Tsvetan Vassilev, aka the Bulgarian Madoff. Not clear in what capacity, but the former lawmaker was invited as a guest on the bTV morning show to comment on the hot political topics in the country. Unsurprisingly, Doncheva used the national air to disseminate the talking points circulated by the Fake News Factory comprised of the media outlets owned by oligarchs Ivo Prokopiev, Sasho Donchev, Ognyan Donev and Tsvetan Vassilev. Following the unofficial rules of the Fake News Factory, Tatyana Doncheva made sure to insert the name of Delyan Peevski in a series of slandering allegations and gave ammunition to the belt of websites, surrounding Prokopiev's Capital circle, to propagate them. Without any logical reason, her analysis on the current environment in the country arrived at the conclusion that “Peevski has half of the Cabinet ministers on a leash”. Working off of this whopping lie, the mafia's lawyer spun another falsehood - that Delyan Peevski has some deals with the state that have not been dissolved. The truth is that Peevski has no deals involving the state, so there is nothing to be dissolved. To meet the quota of at least three fake news items about our publisher a day, Doncheva dragged his name into the CEZ deal - a talking point that has been hammered by Capital and its satellite websites for months, but with no results. To be honest, Doncheva failed in that regard too. In her monologue, she just disjointedly listed some imagined deals struck by Peevski and talked about her beloved Lenin and the CEZ deal. It took the Fake News Factory media outlets less than 40 minutes to take the talking points spewed by Tatyana Doncheva and send them into the public consciousness. Capital and Dnevnik, owned by the indicted oligarch Ivo Prokopiev, wasted no time multiplying her lies. Mediapool uncritically spread her manipulations and, of course, Club Z also joined the campaign, while Frognews has long been acting as a press office for Tsvetan Vassilev, so Doncheva's lies found their way to that website as well. The stance offered by Tatyana Doncheva on the request for the extradition of Bulgarian citizen Zhelyaz Andreev to the US was also indicative of the origins of Bulgaria's behind-the-scenes clique. The oligarchy's public defender explained that US companies should be expelled from Bulgaria or at least be “severely filtered out”, their operations restricted. In combination with the talking point that the EU is riddled with corruption and has interest in holding Bulgarian statesmen in a dependent position, Doncheva's comments illustrate her shadowy masters' Russian ties. Tsvetan Vassilev, whom upon CorpBank's placement under special supervision Doncheva bravely attempted to defend by arguing that the lender collapsed because of inaccurate calculation of the hole in its finances, is the person utilising his ties with the Russian oligarchy the most. This is why it is hardly surprising that Tatyana Doncheva, as a notable mouthpiece of the Bulgarian Madoff, is using such oratory tricks to draw public scrutiny away from the theft of the century that Vassilev committed by plundering CorpBank and to conceal his dependence on Russian oligarchs, as well as his KGB connection through the infamous General Leonid Reshetnikov.