Gentle troubadour of the oligarchy mars Peevski’s reputation overseas

Yasen Darakov

The campaign waged against the lawmaker of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) and publisher of Telegraph Media Delyan Peevski is being discolored to untoward hues. After for a whole week the pen pushers of the indicted oligarchs have been shooting ink onto paper scared stiff that Peevski, who garnered significant support during the previous EP vote, is on the voting list of the MRF again, now they have picked out their cached weapon kept overseas.

Yasen Darakov, the gentle troubadour of the behind-the-scenes clique in Bulgaria, spewed out an excruciating commentary concerning Peevski, half-stolen from Deutsche Welle. After the writer of the Bulgarian desk of DW, with shaven head and clad in a robe, gave full scope to his sickly imagination trying to figure out if Peevski can become a MEP,  his actualised and written over commentary appeared on bgvoice, the internet page authored by Yasen Darakov. The latter for years now has been ‘revolving’ around the Fake News Factory bidding to offer his services to its bosses. The review of the paper edition of his ‘oeuvres’ shows that the authors of Economedia, the group of oligarch Ivo Prokopiev, are frequent guests there. Obviously, the reprinted materials are not aimed at feeding information to the readers. The aim of this exercise is simply to again disseminate in the virtual space the talking points of the indicted oligarchs, such as Tsvetan Vassilev who fled abroad, privatiser of Kaolin mining company Ivo Prokopiev (who, driven by greed, nearly erased a whole town from the map of Bulgaria poisoning drinking water in Merichleri), pharmaceutical boss Ognyan Donev and natural gas baron Sasho Donchev.

Apparently suffering from creative blocks and at the same time driven by the desire to grant the wishes of the bosses, Darakov picked out the last but one commentary by DW (because for several days now the site of the German radio has been something like a press center of the oligarchs belching out fakes) and set out to write it over. To embellish his work he added some words about the ApartmentGate and Boyko Borissov, just to show that except Peevski there are other people he hates. How ‘smart’ one should be to lug the MP of the longstanding opposition party (MRF) to the ruling big-league, even in a fake, is another issue. Well, apparently a man cannot jump over his head. Such is life and this equally applies to the gutter press catering to the oligarchs’ interests and to the purchased services of those who are ready to blow the whistle at oligarchs’ word. 

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