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    • Scandalous! bTV journalist on protests: I’ll make something up!

      Scandalous! bTV journalist on protests: I’ll make something up!

      An on-air blunder by a female bTV journalist has exposed the way the coverage of protests is being manipulated by a national TV network that has come to be known as Bozhkov TV because of its shameful dependencies on the fugitive gambling tzar Vasil Bozhkov, who is hiding in Dubai after getting slapped with 18 felony charges.

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    • From Dubai, El Chapo pays for the country to be paralised for his birthday

      From Dubai, El Chapo pays for the country to be paralised for his birthday

      The gambling tzar facing 18 felony charges Vasil Bozhkov has ordered his pawns from the Poisonous Trio to arrange it so the country is paralised for his birthday on Wednesday. The Bulgarian El Chapo, who defrauded the state coffers out of BGN 700m and subsequently fled to Dubai only to launch from there a plan to undermine the country’s institutions so he can avoid retribution for his crimes, has issued an order for all groups of protesters paid by him to gather for a national rally on 29 July.

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    • Unmasked: Bulgarian El Chapo who hides in Dubai

      Unmasked: Bulgarian El Chapo who hides in Dubai

      For the third week in a row Bulgaria is being rocked by protests. But who are the people marching in the streets and what interests do they represent? Besides the parents with children, dogs and dreams, from day one any casual observer could see familiar faces of individuals that can hardly be described as “discontent citizens” or fighters against the status quo for the simple reason that they are the ones who envisioned or created it. In order for everyone to realise who is speaking through the platform of the protests on the square, outside the National Assembly or in TV studios, we kindly present to you the guru of the protests, the spider weaving his web from his hiding place in Dubai – unmasked. You can make your own judgment.

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    • Fake news stokes protests

      Fake news stokes protests

      Indicted oligarchs and their political GMO projects trying to ride the wave of protests have put their most well-tested weapon to use – fake news. The puppets Hristo Ivanov, Radan Kanev, Maya Manolova, Kostadin Kostadinov (aka Kostya Kopeckin), Ivo Mirchev and other comrades who like to pocket rubles have activated their trolling network and are now spewing fake news every half hour. The goal is to stoke the flames of public discontent to the point where regular people will not have the chance to ask who is actually on the front lines of the ongoing protests against the state.

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    • Dozens arrested after opposition protests in Montenegro

      Dozens arrested after opposition protests in Montenegro

      Montenegrin police have detained dozens of people after seven officers were injured in clashes with pro-Serb opposition protesters in several towns last night. Police say two opposition lawmakers are among the detained after protests late Wednesday in the capital Podgorica and other towns. The incidents reflect mounting political tensions in the small Balkan nation ahead of a parliamentary election set for 30 August.

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    • Truly terrified of the fear (of Delyan  Peevski)

      Truly terrified of the fear (of Delyan Peevski)

      To be truly terrified of the fear. If you don't believe - just take a look at the publications of Ivo Prokopiev and his fellows - those "honest" privatisers, who turned for one night from shabby fellows - keen on power in their nature into (multi) millionaires by means of the stolen state money and with the blessing of their father figure, namely the former PM Ivan Kostov.

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