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#11
MysteryHP - 2 Mar 2013 // 20:54:19

It's crazy! Only Security guards can deal with these gypsies, because the police are unable or unwilling. Hopefully this will discourage further scrap thefts. Poor guard must have been scared out of his wits watching these roma come at him. A security guard was killed in the summer, because he caught roma stealing cherries in an orchard. We have to take a tough law and order approach to the roma, they don't understand nothing by force. It's unfortunate.

#12
MysteryHP - 21 Feb 2013 // 08:46:31

call 112 ? it is exactly the police the escalate tensions and beat people. Why the heck would anyone call them to come to the protest. Nonesense. They are out of control, even Minister of interior has no control of the Buglarian Militia.

#13
MysteryHP - 21 Feb 2013 // 08:43:16

This guy needs some professional help for his mind. It is always unbelievable what ideas come out of his mouth. What is this Atlantic organization, how can he be in charge of any organization? Just pure nonesense. Only novinite listens to this guy. The brain trust of Bulgaria should be protected from such people

#14
MysteryHP - 11 Feb 2013 // 01:04:50

Why does novinite concentrate so much on this passy guy? No other media follows him,,,why novinite gives him so much attention?

#15
MysteryHP - 22 Jan 2013 // 19:40:06

Well, i am not a big supported of Ataka, but i think in this case, they have done nothing wrong. There is a terrible problem of massive criminality by groups of Roma, and the issue must be discussed in an open and serious way to stop this crime wave. We mus make more jails or camps to hold Roma criminals until we get a hold of this situation. Any Roma who wants to be honest and join society should be supported and encouraged by the state, but these criminal ones should see justice some day soon.

#16
MysteryHP - 22 Jan 2013 // 18:30:13

Hahahahhaa,,,how many people voted in this "POLL"? Probably only one, Stanishev himself :))) I really don't think these polls have any validity, Stanishev is a relic of the past. Who in their right mind would vote for him? Communism is over, let's move on with serious politics and serious people.

#17
MysteryHP - 19 Jan 2013 // 18:18:56
Topic: Crazy!

Such brutal violence. These people of the DPS want power, but you can clearly see they are a bunch of bruts, no culture, and no respect for european standards. Why did it take so long for the Bulgarian Militia to arrive? James

#18
MysteryHP - 16 Jan 2013 // 15:35:56

The Sad thing about this article is that do not mention weather the adopting familly are cult members or not. Most likely they are from the Mormon cult, and this child is at extreme risk to be immersed in the cult with very little chance of escape. THe media should more accuratly report such tragedies, and the government should be more active in protecting our kids from these manipulating cults. They are working very aggressivly and actively in Bulgaria. And their financial resources are more than able to corrupt any and all governments officials in Buglaria.

#19
MysteryHP - 14 Jan 2013 // 15:57:19

Hurray! Let's send all our gypsies to England. Good bye and good ridence. We finally have a way to clean them out of Bulgaria. Get the buses filled with diesel now to have them ready to send the flood of gyypsies their way. I am so happy, 2013 will be the best year ever for Bulgaria. Thank you England :)

#20
MysteryHP - 6 Jan 2013 // 02:26:18

Oh darn! Just what i feared,,,the sects have got hold of this poor child. May he grow to find stregth and wisdom to escape the cult when he gets older. What is our government doing to protect our children from these cultists?

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