• Another serving of Deutsche Lüge against Peevski*

      Another serving of Deutsche Lüge against Peevski*

      The Bulgarian desk of Deutsche Welle, lured to the dark side by oligarch Ivo Prokopiev’s media machine, is not particularly popular among readers in Bulgaria. But it is, nevertheless, an important cog in the Fake News Factory because it constantly spews insinuations, suggestions and provocations. The facts, of course, are of no importance.

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    • Komarnitski case: Cartoonist on leash barks against Peevski

      Komarnitski case: Cartoonist on leash barks against Peevski

      The “Komarnitski case” is the diagnosis of an insignificant part of the Bulgarian public, a Facebook army of professional protesters. He is a cartoonist on a chain, hiding an unsuspected talent. Here he is a hair’s breadth away from figuratively spearing natural gas tycoon Sasho Donchev, thanks to whose false reports Bulgaria was sentenced to pay over €77m in fines not long ago.

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    • Fake news factory fires another salvo

      Fake news factory fires another salvo

      With the European Parliament elections inching closer, the oligarchy’s Fake News Factory is working round the clock to inundate the public consciousness with lies about lawmaker and Telegraph Media publisher Delyan Peevski. The latest salvo fired against him came courtesy of the weekly Capital, the flagship of oligarch Ivo Prokopiev’s Factory. In a lengthy article entitled “Whatever the sultan desires”, the publication draws attention to Ahmed Dogan and inevitably drags Peevski’s name into it.

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    • Agent Academician, get it off your chest already…

      Agent Academician, get it off your chest already…

      The website Frognews, owned by agent of the communist-era State Security Ognyan Stefanov, is very sad these days. The negligible publication, which for years has been operating as an unofficial press office of the fugitive banker hiding in Serbia Tsvetan Vassilev, recently decided to act the honourable and distance itself from its long-time benefactor.

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    • Confiscation of BGN 13m from arms dealer Gebrev demanded (SUMMARY)

      Confiscation of BGN 13m from arms dealer Gebrev demanded (SUMMARY)

      The Anti-Corruption Commission for Illegal Assets Forfeiture (ACCIAF) has filed a claim with the Sofia City Court for a forfeiture of property and money to a total worth of BGN 13m from the owner of EMKO Company Emilian Gebrev and his son Hristo who are close to Tsvetan Vassilev. The Commission reported this fact and the information was confirmed by the Court. The claim was submitted to the Court on 10 May and civil action has been launched on it.

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    • Tsvetan Vassilev's Boets in search for Peevski

      Tsvetan Vassilev's Boets in search for Peevski

      Boets, the notorious NGO on call of the Bulgarian Madoff is out beating the bushes for something. Maybe they are looking for a diplomat, or maybe they are looking for a fee. But their most wanted person is Peevski. They go out to the streets and look around. When they don’t see him coming their way they grab a pen and start scribbling the next in row “report” on a napkin. The latest virtual letter was addressed to the Prime Minister.

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    • Radan Kanev and Hristo Ivanov share talking points with Lozan Panov

      Radan Kanev and Hristo Ivanov share talking points with Lozan Panov

      Failed Justice Minister Hristo Ivanov, the current leader of Yes, Bulgaria, and the leader of the EP electoral ticket of Democratic Bulgaria Radan Kanev have used their time on air which the bTV channel’s morning block allocates for pre-election interviews, to smear Bulgaria, judicial power and the government. Both based their statements on the talking points reiterated by chair of the Supreme Court of Cassation Lozan Panov.   

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    • Illustrious town of Phillip of Macedon

      Illustrious town of Phillip of Macedon

      Plovdiv, 2019 European capital of culture, is one of the oldest cities in Europe, having appeared around 6000 BC. In roughly 1200 BC, the Thracians established one of the first urban centres in Southeastern Europe, calling it Eumolpias after the mythical Thracian hero Eumolpus, on what today is known as Nebet Tepe. In the 4th century BC, the city was conquered by Phillip II, the father of Alexander The Great, and was renamed Philippopolis. But local Thracians never came to accept the new name and called the settlement Pulpudeva. Later on, the Slavs changed it to nowadays Plovdiv.

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