Mediapool

    • Stoyana, stop lying about Peevski!

      Stoyana, stop lying about Peevski!

      What is the weather outside? Look out of your window. And now visit the website of Mediapool and see what is written there. It would be no wonder if you find out that deep snow covers Bulgaria. One can expect anything of Stoyana Georgieva, the Godmother of fake news.

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    • Agent Academician and Stoyana Georgieva’s plan of attack against Peevski misfires

      Agent Academician and Stoyana Georgieva’s plan of attack against Peevski misfires

      Two weapons of the behind-the-scenes clique, Stoyana Georgieva (a mouthpiece on call for former PM Ivan Kostov and a like-minded ally of the indicted oligarch Ivo Prokopiev) and Ognyan Stefanov (a former State Security agent under the alias Academician and a journalist operating in the shadow of fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev) are trying to create a new mathematical model.

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    • Capital stitches together lies about Peevski

      Capital stitches together lies about Peevski

      Around-the-clock sewing services – that is what the Capital workshop offers. After trying his hand at being a funeral home manager, saying that people would die anyway and we should be more concerned with saving the economy, oligarch Ivo Prokopiev has clearly decided to tackle an easier problem and give his employees work-from-home tasks.

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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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    • 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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    • Kostov’s spokesperson fires fakes at Peevski

      Kostov’s spokesperson fires fakes at Peevski

      The arrest of Lazar Karadaliev, defence lawyer of the Bulgarian Madoff, has torn masks off the banker’s media partners and advocates. Quite surprisingly, instead of press office of the fugitive banker, Frognews site, which was supposed to respond first, the satellite site run by lifelong spokesperson of Ivan Kostov, Stoyana Georgieva, stole the initiative.

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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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    • Prokopiev’s mainstream machine takes money to promote EU and NATO values, spews pro-Russian propaganda instead

      Prokopiev’s mainstream machine takes money to promote EU and NATO values, spews pro-Russian propaganda instead

      The main cogs of the mainstream media controlled by indicted oligarch Ivo Prokopiev have received millions of dollars in grants and other funding to promote EU and NATO values espoused by Bulgaria, fundamental among which is the rule of law. Instead, they are peddling the talking points spread by Prokopiev and his cronies – other oligarchs on trial or with charges brought up against them – by inundating the public consciousness with manipulations against any attempt of the state to bring a certain group of people who have defrauded the Bulgarian citizens to justice. And with outright pro-Russian propaganda.

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    • „Reds without Borders” lie about Peevski in chorus

      „Reds without Borders” lie about Peevski in chorus

      On Wednesday, Bulgaria’s PM Boyko Borissov proposed that all printed matter in Bulgaria should be distributed by the state-owned Bulgarian Posts EAD company. His proposal has stirred a commotion of the spirits among the communist nomenclature’s media outlets which roared and yelled against it in unison.

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