Fake News


    • The “matriarch” of fake news gave herself away – she serves Vassilev

      The “matriarch” of fake news gave herself away – she serves Vassilev

      The publisher of Mediapool Stoyana Georgieva, also known as the “matriarch” of fake news, has inadvertently betrayed herself: she really renders services to the fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev.  In an emotionally charged article titled “Defence lawyer working on CorpBank case has new incrimination” the e-edition laments that one of the defence lawyers of the banker known as the Bulgarian Madoff, namely Lazar Karadaliev, is being investigated for money laundering.    

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    • Prokopiev dreams of Peevski on a sunny day

      Prokopiev dreams of Peevski on a sunny day

      The holiday spirit has not left the Fake News Factory thanks to Ivo Prokopiev’s hard-working helpers and their relentless production of fake news about our publisher, lawmaker Delyan Peevski. The wave of insinuations against him started around Christmas time, did not abate during New Year’s Eve celebrations and continued in Capital.

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    • Pseudo sociologists – oligarchs’ mail boxes

      Pseudo sociologists – oligarchs’ mail boxes

      The scent of money ahead of the looming elections for the European Parliament and the local elections in Bulgaria has woken up Andrey Raychev and Kancho Stoychev. This duo for years has been playing the role of a mail box of the Bulgarian oligarchs. As soon as the oligarchs decide that they want to change the system, they set in motion Raychev and Stoychev, bring them to the fore and give them the floor on their usual platforms.

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    • Who took what for Gripen campaign?

      Who took what for Gripen campaign?

      The lobby of the Swedish company Saab switched to a higher gear in Bulgaria around Christmas. This came after the interdepartmental commission tasked with selecting the best bid for a fighter plane contract with the Bulgarian Air Force picked the US F-16 Block 70. Now the Council of Ministers is expected to advise the National Assembly that it purchase eight of these fighter aircraft.

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    • Bulgarian Madoff’s mouthpieces concoct classic fake news about Peevski

      Bulgarian Madoff’s mouthpieces concoct classic fake news about Peevski

      We, the Citizens, the NGO doing fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev’s bidding, has concocted a classical fake news item in relation to the amendments to the Anti-Corruption Act. The negligible website Frognews, which takes its orders from the Bulgarian Madoff, is the one that provided platform for the disinformation, in which the name of MRF lawmaker and our publisher Delyan Peevski is thrown with the sole purpose of indexing it for future Google searches. The website is owned by Ognyan Stefanov, also known as former Agent Academician of the State Security.

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    • Fosterling of Bulgarian Madoff befriends Lozan Panov

      Fosterling of Bulgarian Madoff befriends Lozan Panov

      PR expert Sonya Koltuklieva, ill-famed for the fact that she was paid cash by the fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev, has retrained and became an expert in civil forfeiture. In recent days, she has shown enviable alertness on the issue, while her links on Facebook betray her favourable regard for Lozan Panov, president of the Supreme Court of Cassation who is now trying to block the work of the so-called Anti-Corruption and Illegal Assets Forfeiture Commission (ACCIAF) via an interpretative ruling.

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    • Claim against Peevski not considered by US government

      Claim against Peevski not considered by US government

      The contrived case filed by fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev against lawmaker and owner of Telegraph Media Delyan Peevski under the Global Magnitsky Act has not been considered by the American authorities. Any assertions to the contrary, spread mostly by the Vassilev-funded website Frognews, are a fabrication designed to defame Peevski, the number one enemy of Vassilev and his oligarchic cronies. This was made clear in a statement by Thomas Locke, former senior FBI official, currently managing director of the Washington-based BGR Public Affairs.

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    • Indicted bosses whitewash their image with made-to-order reports about mafia

      Indicted bosses whitewash their image with made-to-order reports about mafia

      A synchronous attack launched in compliance with the secret services’ lege artis was carried out by the indicted bosses masked as Bulgarian publishers. In an attempt to whitewash their image they managed to publish two reports by the organisations which at first sight have nothing in common – the Center for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF) and Reporters without Borders (RSF). Seemingly, the analyses target the mafia but there is not a word about it in these materials.

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