Ivan Kostov

    • Oligarchs strike at donors and Delyan Peevski through Kremlin propaganda

      Oligarchs strike at donors and Delyan Peevski through Kremlin propaganda

      Nothing old has been forgotten, nothing new has been learnt. This maxim is especially true for the products of the obscurantist State Security who transformed themselves into “democrats” overnight and became millionaires just as quickly thanks to the Commander of the criminally conducted privatisation process in Bulgaria, former PM Ivan Kostov. These are the oligarchs, whose names have become painfully familiar by now.

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    • Rotund internet troll working for Prokopiev lies on air

      Rotund internet troll working for Prokopiev lies on air

      Did you know that there is a Bulgarian “politician”, who uses the Google search engine like a public register? A place where he can procure “evidence” against the enemies of his bosses (oligarchs who control mainstream media and employ talking heads like him to discredit said enemies).

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    • Delyan Peevski and Bulgarian society under attack from State Security and Kostov’s oligarchs

      Delyan Peevski and Bulgarian society under attack from State Security and Kostov’s oligarchs

      Thirty years – that is how long the oligarchs in Bulgaria have been doing what they do best and what has helped them suck the state dry – divide society and engineer crises. All in the name of accumulating more and more wealth on the back of the people. Today, Ivo Prokopiev, Ognyan Donev, Sasho Donchev, Tsvetan Vassilev, the cream of the Bulgarian oligarchs, are in the role of vultures wanting to feast on carrion.

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    • Delyan Peevski and Radio Free Europe lies

      Delyan Peevski and Radio Free Europe lies

      Once upon a time there was a radio called Free Europe. In the obscurantist times of an even more obscurantist regime the waves of Free Europe brought a fresh waft of hope for the Bulgarians. Hope for democracy, freedom and truth which the people in these latitudes were so badly missing out on.

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    • Oligarch Prokopiev buries Bulgarians alive

      Oligarch Prokopiev buries Bulgarians alive

      Renowned “virologist” (or should we say virus) Ivo Prokopiev has spoken again. In his own weekly newspaper Capital the oligarchic publisher came out with a doom and gloom prognosis that 60-70% of Bulgarians will contract the coronavirus, which has spread all over the world. Like some new-age Nostradamus, he predicts that the mortality rate in Bulgaria will be higher than other countries, including South Korea.

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    • Duma spreads lie about Peevski like a virus

      Duma spreads lie about Peevski like a virus

      You may think that Duma, the official newspaper of the Bulgarian Socialist Party besieged by problems and intrigues, has nothing to do with the website Mediapool owned by Stoyana Georgieva, one-time spokesperson for former PM Ivan Kostov. You would be wrong. The two publications can sing the same tune in the chorus of fake news, which makes them part of oligarch Ivo Prokopiev’s mainstream.

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    • Kostov hides his dark past, names Dogan and Peevski as enemies

      Kostov hides his dark past, names Dogan and Peevski as enemies

      You can tell Google to erase you from its memory (requesting the removal of specific results for queries that include your name from Google Search is actually an option). This is essentially what Ivan Kostov, former Bulgarian prime minister and the mastermind behind the country’s transition to democracy, did – he tried to hide his dark past under a thick shroud so that society can forget how he sold public assets at cents on the dollar.

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    • Kostov hides CorpBank secret

      Kostov hides CorpBank secret

      Oligarch Ivo Prokopiev has outed Tsvetan Vassilev as a seasoned Russian lobbyist. Instead of doing a favour to the financial fraudster responsible for the biggest theft (between BGN 5bn and BGN 6bn) in Bulgaria’s modern history, Prokopiev’s Anti-Corruption Fund achieved quite the opposite.

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