Hristo Ivanov

    • Pinocchio attaches EU funds to Delyan Peevski

      Pinocchio attaches EU funds to Delyan Peevski

      Are you familiar with the term delusion? If you look it up in the dictionary, it is explained as a state of harbouring a false belief. In the field of medicine, delusion can be a symptom of an entire spectrum of mental health conditions from schizophrenia to bipolar disorder.

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    • Fake news machine slandering Peevski malfunctions

      Fake news machine slandering Peevski malfunctions

      The pyramid of lies built by indicted oligarch Ivo Prokopiev came crashing down in an instant under the weight of Ivo Mirchev, the corpulent avatar of former justice minister Hristo Ivanov, aka Pinocchio. The giant Hippoland gaffe of the fat troll illuminated the fact that for decades now the Capital cult has been spewing thousands of lies against Delyan Peevski, lawmaker and publisher of the newspapers Monitor and Telegraph.

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    • Capital circle’s milk catches, Delyan Peevski is to blame

      Capital circle’s milk catches, Delyan Peevski is to blame

      The leader of Democratic Bulgaria, Hristo Ivanov, also called Pinocchio because of his tendency to lies, doped with Capital circle’s pills and concocted a declaration, in which he exposed himself as a despicable coward. In it, he tried to pin non-existing ties between the MP and publisher of Telegraph Media Delyan Peevski with some circus one-man show of the former MEP Nikolay Barekov.

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    • Pinocchio pops a bunch of Capital pills and hallucinates about Peevski

      Pinocchio pops a bunch of Capital pills and hallucinates about Peevski

      Failed former justice minister Hristo “Pinocchio” Ivanov suddenly got spooked by the prospect of a Grand National Assembly (GNA) and ran for the hills on that idea. Just a week ago, he held the opposite view, reveling in the opportunity to tell rally attendees how a GNA should be convened as soon as possible. Now he is trying to push the narrative that PM Boyko Borissov would be doing lawmaker Delyan Peevski a favour with a GNA.

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    • Lunacy on max: Pinocchio projects his own ideas onto Peevski

      Lunacy on max: Pinocchio projects his own ideas onto Peevski

      Pinocchio’s nose grew up at least 20cm (8in) in just twelve hours. Hristo Ivanov, the puppet party leader, spouted an obscene amount of lies in his latest schizophrenic Facebook live on Tuesday, making sure to mention several times the name of the oligarchy’s hated enemy, Delyan Peevski. Lest he should forget his own words, Pinocchio posted a Facebook message with the talking points.

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    • Restart of system takes off guises of oligarchs, throws them in panic

      Restart of system takes off guises of oligarchs, throws them in panic

      The Bulgarian oligarchs have been shaking since yesterday. Even if a bomb had fallen on their palaces, which were paid with plundered from us money, it would still not have caused them such a shock and horror. Since Prime Minister Boyko Borissov announced the proposal to convene a Grand National Assembly, all the bolts and cogs of behind-the-scenes manipulation machine started spewing on one and the same talking point - that this idea was a replacement, and not a change. Comically refuting in their panic not anyone else but themselves. You don't believe it? Let's see now:

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    • Fantasy genre journalism: Nothing for Delyan Peevski? We will make it up!

      Fantasy genre journalism: Nothing for Delyan Peevski? We will make it up!

      "Well, I don't know about the protests abroad ... but I'll make it up!" Do you remember this winged blunder of the lover of protests and indicted oligarchs - the journalist from Bozhkov TV, as bTV became known, Kanna Racheva? In fact, "I'll make it up" is not just a talk or a blunder, it is a diagnosis. Of a whole guard of court freelance journalists serving the behind-the-scenes propaganda and manipulation machine of the same indicted oligarchs. The evidence is so much that, as in the old joke about the cops, we do not longer dare to open our fridge - a former State Security agent not to jump out from there.

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