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Commenting article: Bulgarian 'Socialists Must Be Crazy'

Bulgarian "Socialists must be crazy," the site desebg.com, dealing exclusively with the Communist-era secret files, recently wrote.

It certainly seems so with the mindboggling reshuffles at the highest institutional echelons, reminding a political purge as they frequently lead to the replacement of proven experts with "trusted" individuals. The "Archives" case, for example. Not to mention Peevski or the non-functioning for months now Investment Ministry, launched with unclear purposes, but led by someone exposed in illegally shyphoning the French welfare system. The list is long.

How about some truly novel ideas such as resurrecting military training in schools, closing big supermarkets on weekends or barring young drivers from highways? What is next – outlawing long hair and short skirts? True to their legacy, the current rulers of Bulgaria certainly like (prison) bars and bans, except the smoking one, but this is a different subject.

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#1
Seedy - 8 Oct 2013 // 18:40:16

Careful, Maria - you're gonna get yourself fired if you don't toe the party-line.... ;)

#2
Tania Oz - 12 Oct 2013 // 23:20:30

"Bulgarian "Socialists must be crazy,"...........

Not must be, but ARE crazy. 100% certifiable Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves.

#3
malak petko - 15 Oct 2013 // 19:03:20

This paper is dramatic rubbish
Not in tone with the Bulgarian reality, but very much in tone with an imaginary image of the bad Bulgarian communists, bad Russians, North Koreans, terrorists etch. Just see American movies on the subject and you will know. Actually the things significantly changed in the last 25 years.
It is written to impress not Bulgarians but people living outside Bulgaria and having some superficial knowledge and expectations in the above mentioned style.
Marian is writing to impress someone……may be a sponsor who knows. She is just flattening someone, writing to declare loyalty to someone.
It is full of factual imperfections….

In no way this is going to help Bulgaria or the Bulgarians… the writer most likely hates them and herself also.

It is full of factual imperfections….

#4
DR_MAZNIKUROV - 15 Oct 2013 // 22:28:38

Little correction dear "LITTLE Petko" - "people living outside Bulgaria" have actually very, very exact and clear knowledge of what is really going on in Bulgaria, just be advised ... and don't take the article so personally ... if you can ;-)?!

#5
to @ malak petko - 16 Oct 2013 // 13:29:33

rolf.....Bro,you sound so patheticly,teachingly and patronizingly as a full blown psychopath,!!

#6
Tania Oz - 17 Oct 2013 // 03:27:56

"Actually the things significantly changed in the last 25 years."..........Malak Petko, please DO tell us how you think that things have significantly changed in BG.

It is still all the "same s**t different day" going on, and the same old vermin are still running the show today. Nothing has really changed except for quite afew white collar crook's private bank balances. Everyone else lives in a somewhat third world environment.

#7
Vinarov - 24 Oct 2013 // 18:39:48

Unfortunately, all this is true, and the EU does nothing to help Bulgaria to escape from the shadow of Communism!Apply infamous Freedom, which ended in a scandal with printing personal documents in Bulgaria, the company Siemens, Mr. Schultz and the entire left press in Germany strongly supports stained with the blood of the Bulgarian Socialist Party-BSP!