• Oligarchs unleash sociologist and millionaire Raychev to protect their money

      Oligarchs unleash sociologist and millionaire Raychev to protect their money

      The oligarchs are putting to work their entire arsenal of weapons to pressure the state into easing the measures taken against the spread of the new coronavirus. To that end, the leaders of the behind-the-scenes clique in Bulgaria have called on the services of a small army of paid mouthpieces tasked with convincing society that the crackdown on movement of people is unnecessary and that efforts should be focused primarily on saving the economy. The reason behind this concerted attack is the behind-the-scenes clique’s desire to save its businesses, built on our money, putting our health at risk in the process.

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    • Pirogov Emergency Hospital received BGN 350 000 in aid, Peevski's donations exceeded BGN 3m

      Pirogov Emergency Hospital received BGN 350 000 in aid, Peevski's donations exceeded BGN 3m

      Donations to support the major hospitals in Bulgaria keep flowing in. During the last week to the account of the Pirogov Emergency Hospital arrived donations from various people and organizations worth nearly BGN 350 000. BGN 288 000 of them are provided by the Bulgarian Energy Holding, TPP Maritsa Iztok 2, NEC, Kozloduy NPP, Bulgargaz, Bulgartransgaz, Mini Maritsa Iztok, ESO.

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    • Pentagram of fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev

      Pentagram of fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev

      For centuries, the pentagram (the shape of a five-pointed star) has been a symbol associated with Satanism, a geometrical figure with demon forces pulsing at the heart of it. And even though it is not that difficult to imagine Tsvetan Vassilev in the role of a wizard (who performs magical rituals against the Prosecutor’s Office and the judicial system in his desperation), over the past few years the fugitive banker has been resorting to a much more mundane tool in his fight against the rule of law – money.

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    • To attack Delyan Peevski: Give them one report and they'll be off and running

      To attack Delyan Peevski: Give them one report and they'll be off and running

      There is this sweet gig you can get - writing long, boring reports for years and getting paid for it. And if you are new at this position, you just plagiarise the work of those who did it before you. But there is an even sweeter gig - getting creative with relating and adding to these reports. We can safely say that the Capital circle media outlets are the kings of this. Especially the website Mediapool.

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    • Yes, Bulgaria and an outstretched hand

      Yes, Bulgaria and an outstretched hand

      Once upon a time in some village a very stingy man was drowning. A crowd gathered around willing to help. People cried to him: “Come on, give us a hand, we’ll pull you out!” But the man was so stingy that he couldn’t understand the word “give”. Even drowning he clenched his fists and cried for help. Then one of the villagers thought of calling to him: “Here, take my hand, take it and I will save you.”

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    • About oligarchs, charity and cost of human life

      About oligarchs, charity and cost of human life

      True character is revealed in times of crisis, when the best and the worst in people come out and the world can see them for who they really are. We are seeing this old piece of wisdom come to fruition today. The fight against the coronavirus contagion that is severely affecting thousands of people around the world has brought out the best in the Bulgarian society. It has erased the artificial divisions created over the years. It has pushed to the forefront traits that Bulgarians have long been known for – tolerance, solidarity and charity. It has also drawn a real line of demarcation – between honorable people and scum, a particular group of schemers and their pawns.

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    • Facts against “facts” about Delyan Peevski

      Facts against “facts” about Delyan Peevski

      When the mouthpieces of the mainstream fail to think up new lies about lawmaker and publisher of Telegraph Media Delyan Peevski they resort to floating the old ones and interpreting them as “facts”. The only thing they have to do for it is to take out from a drawer some smart aleck who is seeking cheap fame. Or maybe not so cheap.

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    • Delyan Peevski and the plague that unmasked misanthropes

      Delyan Peevski and the plague that unmasked misanthropes

      The most recognisable symbol of the plague epidemic that swept across Europe in the 17th century is the doctor’s mask with the bird-like beak. The horrifying costume was created to protect physicians from the Black Death, which claimed over 70,000,000 victims on the continent. Despite the chilling image it presented, the mask ironically became a symbol of hope for salvation, lending the people who wore it the status of heroes.

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