Oligarchic gang prepares stake for Bulgarian state

Paving-stones, tomatoes, pepper sprays and bombs flew toward the police cordon

The oligarchic gang in our country, which became known with by-name "WHO" because of its behind-the-scenes methods of putting pressure on the government, literally set a stake for the statehood in our country. On Wednesday, through a "civil" protest, which in fact turned out to be a thugs’ riot, in front of the new building of the National Assembly, the indicted bosses tried to push the government, in order to escape retribution for their crimes.

The attempted coup took place on the first working day for this season of the lawmakers and it was clearly conducted by the failed unifier of the nation President Rumen Radev and according to a scenario written in advance. Due to the inadmissible violation of the Constitution by head of state, the MRF called for his resignation from the parliamentary tribune, as well as for the resignation of the cabinet (see here).

The ruling party demonstratively left the parliamentary chamber at the beginning of the president's speech, and a little later, they announced that they had managed to collect 120 parliamentary signatures they needed to submit a draft of a new Constitution to the National Assembly.

Otherwise, the day started according to the pre-drawn plan of the oligarchs, who finance the "popular discontent" of certain groups of the population. Sitting comfortably on their soft armchairs, Tsvetan Vassilev, Vasil Bozhkov &Co watched how their paid vagabonds implement the scenario - to allegedly bleed the civil protests and to overthrow the authorities so that their masters could reign.

Late Tuesday night, fat-necked boys were spotted walking along secluded streets looking for ATMs, to withdraw their fees paid for the upcoming parliamentary offensive. It became clear early Wednesday morning that a call sign was given for bleeding the protest, when shortly after 8 o'clock the police arrested Tsvetan Vassilev's rebel - Rosen Milenov. The reason was that he got on one of the police cars, started shouting into a megaphone and kicking the patrol car.

The protesters besieged one of the entrances to the National Assembly as if at the command. Some of them started rocking the police cars, and police officers put up shields and started to push them away. At the same time, Rosen Milenov, who appears daily on Tsvetan Vassilev's brown website, serving as a press centre - Frognews, jumped on the bonnet of the patrol car and started shouting calls against  the authorities.

Meanwhile, the protesters began shelling the building with eggs at the command, and in seconds, the sidewalk in front of the parliament turned into a slide. Members of BOEC, the NGO that also serves BG Madoff, who plundered BGN 5.6bn from CorpBank and fled to Serbia, joined the rebels. Twenty minutes later, BOEC leader Georgi Georgiev, together with a group of his men tried to break into the police cordon and sought a clear provocation to the police, but failed to break through the ranks of the uniformed servants. It is clear that members of Tsvetan Vassilev's NGO are on the front line and they are looking for clashes with the police, but unsuccessfully now.

Heavily built boys in T-shirts from Kostya Kopeikin’s Vazrazhdane party, who also pushed the uniforms servants, joined the rampant rebels. Some of them even pulled the shields of gendarmerie, but clashes again failed.

After the eggs and the breaking of the paving-stones, the vagabonds and agitators of Vasil Bozhkov and Tsvetan Vassilev started throwing bombs and balloons full of red paint. Now it is like a battlefield in front of the Party House, which is used by the National Assembly, and the rebels are regrouping. There are wounded people, among them a police officer, who was hit by a paving-stone. There are journalists among the victims of the clashes, as a photojournalist of Telegraph Media was gassed by a spray, as well as teams of Nova TV and bTV.

To raise tensions, the protesters began calling for a total blockade. Others crumbled from the yellow paving-stones. Some of the most aggressive rebels are rushing to break through the cordon, seeking escalation and clashes with law enforcement. Drunk people were photographed there lying on the grass, as well as apparently inadequate Roma people, who did not say why they were there and who sent them.

GERB MP Desislava Atanasova posted on Facebook: "Who is responsible for the bombs at a “peaceful protest”?" and defined the aggression against the police officers as "disgusting". Her colleague Manoil Manev wrote: "When we say that the riot was directed, let it be clear!" The head of the National Assembly's legal affairs committee Anna Alexandrova pointed out in a post that it is already clear who the provocateurs are, and obviously, this is not the police.

After the police began detaining provocateurs, protesters blocked a police bus with the arrested rebel. They blocked the way for the uniformed men, and were joined by Traycho Traykov, who is the mayor of Sredets district now. The lawyer of the Skull and the Faraoh, Nikolay Hadjigenov, also appeared on the spot and started negotiating to release the arrested man. Eventually, after Traycho Traykov and the “poisonous” Hadjigenov intervened, the detained rebel was released.

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