by Kit Gillet
Surrounded by fellow protesters, Ivan Diadovski shakes his fist angrily at the upper-floor window of a nearby government building. Tired of the corruption he believes is endemic among his country’s political class, the 73-year-old ecologist has taken to the streets to join his countrymen in protest....
"They are a danger to our country and to the European Union.". They certainly are a danger to Bulgaria and its people but are definitely not a danger to the EU when these politicians are working in the geo-politicals and corporate interests of the EU, which as we have seen means to be enslaved by Germany. Its time people start protesting against the EU as well as their government.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov leaves the parliamentary session in Kiev, Ukraine, 03 December 2013 after the Ukrainian parliament rejected a no-confidence vote against the government....
"Hanukkah teaches us how to seek hope instead of despair even in the darkest and most hopeless moments. The miracle of Hanukkah reminds us of age-old Bulgarian virtues of tolerance, hospitability and humaneness. An example of that is the miracle ... read
A husband comes home late in the night. His wife starts yelling at him:
“Where the heck have you been?”