An open letter signed by a group of British and Bulgarian intellectuals has been published by the British Telegraph in which the authors state they feel offended by the negative image of Bulgaria in recent publications.
The negative campaign against Bulgarians and Romanians is persisting in Old Albion over fears of huge influx of them after the opening the labor market at the beginning of 2014.
Below is the full text of the letter:...
Could not have written this any better.
Has Farage been to see Sofia's Rome? Missed that.
Why are we westerners coming to BG if it is so bad and the UK so perfect?
The folk are generally welcoming, pensions go further, the weather is better, the state does not interefere with individuals lives and allow us freedom as sensible folk.
We are not treated with contempt as mindless morons with everything aimed at the lowest common denominator.
Youth still has respect for elders and does not binge drink, vomit on pavements and behave as if they are the most important person in the world. Cor blimey the list is almost infinite.
Long live BULGARIA. Bravo BG!
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