Agents of Russian influence want Radio Free Europe

The Bulgarian Madoff's servants demonstrated the height of cynicism recently by requesting that the American Congress provide them with money to get Radio Free Europe up and running again.

The Bulgarian Madoff's servants demonstrated the height of cynicism recently by requesting that the American Congress provide them with money to get Radio Free Europe up and running again. The request submitted to the US institution is signed by a group of self-proclaimed “established journalists” led by Georgi Georgiev from the NGO Boets. The organisation not only has nothing to do with journalism but is also known as the “PO Box” of the Bulgarian Madoff. Georgiev has even openly bragged that he visits with Vassilev in Belgrade and gets instructions there that ultimately manifest as all sorts of slandering reports to public institutions. The other “journalists” in the group are the fugitive banker's loyal confidants Lyuba Kulezich, Miroslav Ivanov and agent Academician himself. These people, financed by Vassilev, just as the Russophiles led by Nikolay Malinov, want Radio Free Europe. In other words, Tsvetan Vassilev's agents for spreading Russian influence are eager to create a cover for themselves with the help of American institutions.

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