RED nomenclature operatives riot against the state

President summons State Security team against the government

Retired, extremely dangerous nomenclature operatives and their offspring have been mobilised to riot against the state. The long arm of the communist-era State Security is also pulling the strings behind the actions of the mutineer president Rumen Radev, who put together a State Security team. The bunch includes the so-called political and economic circle Capital; fugitive oligarch Vasil Bozhkov, aka the Skull, who provides the funding for the operations; and other leftist pawns with Kremlin ties.  

Who popped up on the stage? People like Maya Manolova (former communist staffer); the leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) Kornelia Ninova; Kostadin Kostadinov, aka Kostya Kopeckin; and the products of State Security and the communist nomenclature – Ivo Prokopiev, former PM Ivan Kostov’s favourite privatisation investor; failed politician Hristo Ivanov and the behind-the-scenes clique’s troll Ivo Mirchev.

On Saturday Pinocchio, as Ivanov has been dubbed, headed the Capital oligarchic circle’s circus company, which posted on the beach near nature park Rosenets in an attempt to inspire violent protests across the country just as Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) supporters gathered to express their support for the honorary chairperson of the movement Ahmed Dogan (whose residence is in the area – editor’s note). This unprecedented attempt to storm a private property came after last week the failed former justice minister Hristo Ivanov tried to resuscitate the dying political project of the country’s indicted oligarchs – Democratic Bulgaria. To that end, he, along with Ivo Mirchev and a municipal councilor representing the party, disembarked on the beach near the residence of the MRF honorary chairperson Ahmed Dogan.

At the same time, the people of fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev responsible for syphoning off CorpBank also took the stage – dismissed judge Rumyana Chenalova, failed legal practitioner Velislav Velichkov, the godfather of fake news Arman Babikyan, and the writers of the Slavi Trifonov show.

However, a central role in the riot was reserved for oligarch Vasil Bozhkov, aka the Bulgarian El Chapo. He, too, has communist roots, which were exposed by the socialist party several weeks ago. The executive board of the BSP was activated just a day after the fugitive oligarch, who defrauded the state out of BGN 700m in unpaid taxes, announced his intention to launch a political project. The mafia’s party will clearly be backed with the money that Bozhkov and other oligarchs such as Ivo Prokopiev, Tsvetan Vassilev, Sasho Donchev and Ognyan Donev stole from the public. The ultimate goal is to undermine the public institutions so that the oligarchs can escape legal repercussions for their illegal schemes. About ten days ago, the head of the National Front for the Salvation of Bulgaria Valeri Simeonov revealed that the Bulgarian El Chapo financed last year the mayoral election campaign of Maya Manolova, who has seemingly distanced herself from the communists. This is why the BSP’s public stunt in favour of Bozhkov is no surprise. On Sunday the BSP essentially openly admitted that it has joined forces with the indicted oligarchs and the fugitive Vasil Bozhkov against the state.     

“I urge our members and supporters to organise, support and participate in the protests,” BSP leader Kornelia Ninova commented on the protests of the last few  days and PM Boyko Borissov’s statement Saturday that he had no intention of resigning. El Chapo himself summoned the political leadership of the mobster party he said he is creating. The ongoing protests are the de facto launch of the oligarchs’ election campaign. After nearly 30 years of proving the maxim that every country has a mafia, but only in Bulgaria the mafia has a country, the oligarchs created by the State Security and the behind-the-scenes clique are finally facing retribution for their crimes. And just in that moment Bozhkov calls up the rest of the behind-the-scenes troops to attack the establishment with a new political party.

The reason is pretty mundane – the noose around the neck of oligarchs such as Bozhkov, Tsvetan Vassilev, Ivo Prokopiev, Ognyan Donev and Sasho Donchev is clearly tightening, as the judicial system is at their doorstep. With their backs against the wall, the oligarchs have started to put the billions of levs they stole from the public to use, establishing a party headed by the mafia’s political bureau.

Tsvetomir Naydenov, former associate of Bozhkov and now a lead witness against him, revealed that the Bulgarian El Chapo is paying a group of people to act as instigators and spark clashes with the law enforcement during the protests. In a Facebook post, Naydenov describes a group of 200-300 people, mostly ultras supporting local soccer teams. Naydenov believes that Bozhkov’s attempt to rile up the public will lead to the protests getting curbed and eventually dying down. “I see that Vasil “the Skull” Bozhkov, defendant on four counts of ordering murder, was especially active on Facebook Saturday. Like a veritable guru of protests he is dispatching protesters to Rosenets in one moment and the president’s headquarters the next, perverting people’s fundamental right to protest. Let us not forget that in January of this year he tried to send 5,000-10,000 Levski fans to Borissov’s doorstep to protect his lottery business. It did not work. Obviously, these days he is more successful paying 200-300 knuckleheads, mostly ultras, to instigate, to incite clashes with the law enforcement, thus undermining the actions of peaceful protesters who make up the majority of people out on the streets. The trick with instigators getting paid to infiltrate protests is nothing new and is well-known by now as an instrument to topple a government. Skull, once again you prove incapable of thinking of something innovative and your pathetic attempts to rile up the crowds will lead to the protests getting curbed and eventually dying down. You have an opponent who is mighty and whom you can never defeat. And that is the truth about your criminal past as a murderer slapped with 18 counts of felony crimes”, Naydenov wrote.  

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