Plamen Bobokov

    • Triumvirate of junk spreads lies about Delyan Peevski

      Triumvirate of junk spreads lies about Delyan Peevski

      A certain triumvirate is trying to hold Bulgaria captive. A triumvirate of oligarchs served by puppet journalists and fake news. A triumvirate of people who have amassed their wealth on the back of Bulgarian citizen thanks to corruption and waste disposal. And now these same people are attempting to plunge the country and its public into a swamp of their own vice and lies (dressed up as news) in order to keep making millions at the expense of the Bulgarian people.

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    • Capital Film Studio presents: Lords of Junk in smear attack against Delyan Peevski

      Capital Film Studio presents: Lords of Junk in smear attack against Delyan Peevski

      The Capital Film Studio has released the latest installment in its fake-news soap opera Lords of Junk, which has been force-fed to its audience for years. The goal of the series is always the same – to take a swipe at enemy №1 of the behind-the-scenes clique Delyan Peevski, who earned that distinction with his legislative initiatives and his publications’ consistent policy of exposing the shady deals of the oligarchs defrauding the Bulgarian public. The series is the work of indicted oligarch Ivo Prokopiev, who uses the same formula, the same lies. Only the actors change.

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    • Oligarchy huddles up with president

      Oligarchy huddles up with president

      The oligarchy in Bulgaria provided public proof that the mafia controls the state – by gathering to demonstrate outside the president’s headquarters at 2 Dondukov Blvd. The institution that is supposed to symbolise the unity of our nation was shamelessly used by the shadowy circles as a battering ram against the establishment. President Rumen Radev himself assumed to role of a mouthpiece for the mafia by calling for a coup to take down the executive and judicial branches of power in an unprecedented disregard for the constitution on his part.

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