True democracy in Bulgaria

True democracy in BulgariaThe secret report of the American ambassador to Bulgaria accidentally leaked to the press. And there it is quite accidentally written what we know well. Those who are not familiar with the real face of the Democrats will be very interesting ...


The secret report of the American ambassador leaked to the press!

The secret report of the US Ambassador to Bulgaria, James Warlick, addressed to President Obama has leaked to the Bulgarian press, causing a diplomatic scandal. The ambassador is expected to be recalled due to incompetence, along with his wife, who is the ambassador to neighboring Serbia.

Here is this shocking text ...

“Mr. President, I am pleased to state that the tasks that were assigned to me in this country have been practically accomplished. The new government, headed by the prime minister, happily accepted our proposals for deploying parts of the planned missile defense system, especially after they received substantial sums of money into their accounts. We are especially assisted by the head of the Atlantic Club, Mr. Solomon Passy, ​​who worked for our interests and was able to quickly navigate in the new political conditions.

After the deployment of four American bases in stress points with a mixed population, we will be able to use them, if necessary, in the event that our Bulgarian friends stop being obedient after the victory of our business. This victory seems to be a permit for the construction of a plant of Genetically Modified Organisms, which will enter into force in five years, for which they are also well paid.

We achieved this unexpectedly quick strategic success because of their greed, and I think that our plan to deploy an anti-missile shield in Bulgaria will be implemented in the coming 2-3 of the year. In fact, it is possible that this quick success is explained not only by money, but also by the fact that the new prime minister believes in our storiesbut in the latter case it is even better for us.

Our goal of defeating this traditionally Russian fortress in the Balkans, and, at the same time, utilizing the created instability in this region to destabilize United Europe, has almost been achieved. As far as I know, the Russians have already asked the Serbs to deploy a Russian military base on their territory, which is almost accepted, and if this happens, the path to a united and stable Europe will be closed for an indefinite time.

In Bulgaria, there are signals throughout Russia that the South Stream project will bypass the country, but I calmed down, and I advised the Prime Minister to focus on the issue of accelerating the Nabucco project with our European partners, as he ensures our unconditional support

The chances of a possible military conflict in the Balkans, as expected, in this country continue to be almost zero, taking into account our agreement with our permanent partner Turkey, which promised to be able to take care of its ethnic minorities in the event of a threat, but I told my wife that such promises are made to the Serbian government of Russia, which would mean that Bulgaria would be divided between the two countries.

All this, however, would not have been possible if it were not for our long-standing policy of “brain drain” from this region, and active support for the dissolution of their educational system. Currently, most of the country's population is illiterate, and those who still have an education are forced to live on the brink of survival, and therefore, they have no time to think about more global things ... "

After the publication of this article, it, as expected, was declared a fake.

To divert attention from this scandal, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov gave an interview to journalists about other articles that appeared in WikiLix about him, where Borisov’s past was raised, in particular, that for many years he had been engaged in crime and extortion in Bulgaria.

Of course, any document can be challenged and declared fake. However, it is much more difficult to dispute the facts ...
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  1. Stavr
    Stavr 7 June 2011 14: 23 New
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    How many traitors divorced among the Slavic peoples ... The greater the bastard, the closer to power. Evil rules the world and administers its unrighteous judgment. The Hague in this sense is a very remarkable example.
  2. Fizik01
    Fizik01 7 June 2011 14: 23 New
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    All this, however, would not have been possible if it had not been for our long-standing policy of “brain drain” from this region, and active support for the dissolution of their education system. Currently, most of the country's population is illiterate, and those who still have an education are forced to live on the brink of survival, and therefore they do not have time to think about more global things

    In Russia, these freaks are pursuing the same policy
  3. datur 7 June 2011 14: 44 New
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    Fizik01,
    In Russia, these freaks are pursuing the same policy --- although it seems like a desu
  4. pokermen
    pokermen 7 June 2011 15: 45 New
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    Even if the letter is false, then the information completely coincides with the actions of the United States.
    I think we are also full of such "politicians" who dance to the American tune. What are only Taburetkin and Fursenko worth, because obviously anti-Russian reforms are being carried out
  5. figwam 7 June 2011 15: 58 New
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    All the republics of the former socialist camps sold to the United States and old Europe slurp shit with large spoons, and it will be even worse.
    There is no production, there is no agriculture, some loans are repaid by taking new loans.
    A vicious circle, but every year these countries celebrate Independence Day and celebrate this day (idiots) magnificently.
    They have a choice whether to vote further for the current government or turn on their brains and throw off their bribe takers.
  6. Rashid 7 June 2011 16: 02 New
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    If the ambassador is recalled, this will be confirmation that he really made a jamb.
  7. datur 7 June 2011 21: 54 New
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    Rashid, not the fact Pindos proficient in these games!
  8. Maj.
    Maj. 8 June 2011 15: 05 New
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    Stavr
    They have always been. Take the boyars ready to surrender Veliky Novgorod to the Germans.
    And of our rulers, only Ivan the Terrible, Peter 1, Catherine II and Stalin thought of the Russian state.
  9. mitrich
    mitrich 8 June 2011 17: 12 New
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    Gentlemen, the Bulgarians forgot about friendship with the Russians, about Shipka, General Skobelev and the monument to Alyosha, put on a star-striped thong and rushed to circle around the pole, catching green pieces of paper from the hands of Uncle Michael.
    Nothing, we still make these former "little brothers" lick the "berets" of the Russian soldier, the time will come, even during our lifetime.
    1. Stas
      Stas 8 June 2011 19: 43 New
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      "Alyosha" has long been demolished.

      But the “berets” to lick them, and not only them, we will not force, but their “friends in democracy” - the Turks, for example, love this ritual very much, especially its (ritual) ending - the universal kirdyk and ax hatchet to all those who poorly worship and don’t hard licking.

      Moreover kirdyk, it is the UNIVERSAL! The Bulgarians, Serbs, etc. in the Balkans, the Turks do not need, do not need. Like in the Caucasus, Armenians, Azerbaijanis, Chechens and everyone else, as well as Tatars (of all kinds), Nogais (think, remember that they are a GREAT nation, they want autonomy!) There.

      No, until the "democracy" won the Turks they will support them in every way, promise EVERYTHING! And then, excuse the brothers in Allah, and not the brothers, too, KIRDYK! And first of all, those who sold and betrayed!
      1. war
        war 8 June 2011 22: 42 New
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        "Alyosha" has long been demolished.


        Good desu drive. He stood, stands and will stand.
  10. Escander
    Escander 8 June 2011 21: 08 New
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    Well it’s necessary to crap so liquid ...
    1. Stas
      Stas 8 June 2011 22: 27 New
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      wink wink wink The trouble is that those WHO are obos .... whether they persistently call g .... no manna from heaven. You will see: Bulgarians will also apologize to the US State Department! That they didn’t wipe it in time, didn’t lick it, and in general dared to doubt the “true democratic go .... not”, excuse the values ​​of democracy! am
      1. Stas
        Stas 9 June 2011 06: 18 New
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        request I admit I was mistaken. About the monument. But nothing, soon demolished, as a symbol of the occupation of the unfortunate recourse Bulgarian people. They prefer to fall into amnesia when they are reminded of whose ally Bulgaria was then (World War II). Not a tyrant am Stalin, and quite democratically chosen creative "savior of Europe" Hitler. It is a pity he did not have time for them (Bulgarians, Finns, Romanians, Greeks, and especially Poles and Western Ukrainians) to the end love "to rescue".
  11. Stas
    Stas 9 June 2011 06: 24 New
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    Yes, here is another from Wikipedia:
    History of creation.
    The idea to build a monument on the Bunardzhik hill in honor of the Soviet soldiers-liberators was born among the inhabitants of Plovdiv in 1948. The initiative came entirely from below, from the people, without any recommendation from above [source not specified 703 days]. On May 9, 1948, the Citywide Initiative Committee for the Construction of the Monument to Soviet Soldiers was created, which included public figures, architects, artists, writers and teachers. It was headed by the head of the Plovdiv military garrison, General Asen Grekov. On the same day, a symbolic laying of the base of the monument was made.
    A year later, the all-Bulgarian contest of monument projects was announced, in which ten creative teams took part. The commission settled on two options: “Red Athlete” and “Victory”, the authors of which were given a year for revision. In 1950, the commission opted for the Red Bogatyr project, created by a team led by Vasil Radoslavov. When erecting a model on the site of the future monument, certain shortcomings were revealed. According to the authors, the monument was supposed to consist of three elements, however, against the sky they merged and the composition lost its beauty. Therefore, it was decided to leave only the warrior. In June 1950, this option was approved.

    Demolition Attempts
    The first attempt to demolish the monument, as a symbol of "Soviet occupation", was made by the Plovdiv "community council" in 1989. However, residents of Plovdiv organized measures to protect the monument, including round-the-clock duty at Alyosha. The next attempt was made in 1993. The mayor (kmet) of Plovdiv decided to dismantle the monument. Dozens of Bulgarian public organizations opposed this decision, and a group of Russian veterans living in Bulgaria even threatened with an act of public self-immolation if the monument was destroyed.
    In 1996, the “community council” of Plovdiv once again decided to demolish the monument. This decision was quashed by the district court. The final point was set in the same year by the Supreme Court of Bulgaria, which ruled that the monument is a monument of the Second World War and cannot be destroyed. Wikipedia®