Sasho Donchev

    • 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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    • 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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    • Parasite website attacks Peevski with fake news

      Parasite website attacks Peevski with fake news

      The Fake News Factory has produced its latest signature lie. This time around, its reaches indescribable levels of cynicism as it exploits a topic that should never become the arena of personal attacks. And that is the coronavirus and the strict measures that everyone, institutions and regular citizens alike, need to follow in a concerted effort to fight the global pandemic and its consequences.

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    • The truth is out: Oligarchs fund their media outlets to keep them afloat

      The truth is out: Oligarchs fund their media outlets to keep them afloat

      Indicted oligarchs pour money into their losing media businesses in order to have the power to exert public pressure. This has been revealed by the statements of ownership and funding submitted by the media groups in Bulgaria and disclosed by the Ministry of Culture. The registry was set up with the so-called “Peevski” media amendment in November 2018.

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    • Belgrade cannon of Tsvetan Vassilev fires fakes at Delyan Peevski

      Belgrade cannon of Tsvetan Vassilev fires fakes at Delyan Peevski

      For several months now Ognyan Stefanov (agent Academician) has been shuffling his papers with fakes but finds only one and the same old potboiler – that about RICO Act. With his “academic” self-consistency and perseverance typical of a police officer Stefanov repeats like a parrot “Peevski and RICO, Peevski and RICO” again and again on his manipulative Frognews site.

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    • Mainstream choked on brain candy about Lafka and Peevski

      Mainstream choked on brain candy about Lafka and Peevski

      The mainstream media of oligarch Ivo Prokopiev are enraptured! Carried away by overwhelming emotion they sing the songs of celebration while Facebook has virtually exploded with cries of joy. The sensational headlines in the outlets of the organised media group broadcast to the world the beginning of revolution. Christo Komarnitsky, the cartoonist of Sega newspaper sustained by natural gas tycoon Sasho Donchev, is urgently drawing new posters dedicated to the great victory: “Lafka has gone bankrupt! There’s no Lafka anymore. Peevski is bereft of Lafka, comrades.”

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    • Oligarch Prokopiev – The Godfather of the mainstream

      Oligarch Prokopiev – The Godfather of the mainstream

      In a transcript of the half-secret meetings of the ARGO behind-the-scenes clique, oligarch Ivo Prokopiev admits to controlling “the mainstream”. This term denotes the entire network of media outlets through which the Capital circle has been trying to dictate the public agenda and cover up for the aforementioned clique for the past 20 years.

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    • Spiegel and the oligarchy’s distorting mirrors

      Spiegel and the oligarchy’s distorting mirrors

      Have you seen one of those halls of carnival mirrors? The ones that show a grotesquely distorted reflection of your form – either too fat or too slim, but always unrealistic. The most popular attractions in those rooms are the mirrors that turn everything upside down. Your feet are firmly on the ground and yet the reflection shows them floating in the air.

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    • Peevski involved in “Belgrade Schizoid” soap opera

      Peevski involved in “Belgrade Schizoid” soap opera

      Ognyan Stefanov, wider known as Agent Academician, churns out conspiracy theories on a regular basis. The protagonist in these theories, which are mutually exclusive and conflicting, is again Delyan Peevski. One may assume that Stefanov receives midnight calls from Belgrade where the mood is changing from somber sober to hilariously drunk, proportionately with the number of emptied glasses.

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