Hey Optimistic, you are a communist scumbag, no way to hide it. Quit repeating one and the same tale invented by your party comrades. We are sick to the guts of listening such nonsense. And coming from the mouth of a parasite like you (paid for with our tax money to comment on forums) is twice as irritating.
Novinite, please, please stop publishing "poll statistics" that are brilliantly crafted by agencies like Gallup, Sova and the rest in line. Firstly, it is a well known fact that those agencies cook the results conforming the expectations of those who pay the bills. Secondly it is also a well known fact, that able to pay for and to have such a research at any given moment, are only the communists/oligarchs, who should be seen as one entity with tight mutual interest and relations. The "poll studies" are in fact the same old and proven formula for modeling public opinions by pouring the right amount of cash at the entrance and expecting satisfactory results at the end.
Haha Sofianitsi, good points. Notice however that this dude Henke was aiming at saying, that whenever in the past socialists crawled into power (taken from BG history that is), there was always a bad economical situation to result after such an event. With other words he was just confirming your resume.
sa-sha it is way too early for this kind of games. Wait a year, see the atrocities to come and guaranteed you and everybody else will be thinking in a different way. But for now just patience is on the menu and let the devils show their powers. There is nothing more awakening than the pain!
Oh, I was too fast to write, but all said is the truth and is priceless for this who intend to travel.
Another bullshit spending of money for a false study! I travel on Bulgaria Air every year Madrid-Sofia coming from South America with Iberia/Lan Chile/KLM. Also I fly yearly to the US on American and Lan Chile. So I have a view on different airlines through different continents. American Airlines is by far the worst I have flown with. Dirty, old planes, with interior falling apart, unfriendly old, butt-ugly crew, expensive tickets, shit food. Iberia is the second closest, old planes, interior falling apart, partially polite crew (but only if you are european, because I see how they treat the indians that fly to Europe - as scum), regular prices which are expensive, but cheaper than Lan and KLM for example, female flight attendants are so, so, occasionally nice. Than comes KLM, old planes, but well maintained and clean. Stone cold, prepotent, ugly crew, which will help you if you are only in the upmost dear need, an average food service, nothing breathtaking, nothing insulting, I guess some where in the golden middle, outrages ticket prices, a robbery. Now Lan Chile, new planes, clean, rather polite crew with mostly nice girls, again an average, but acceptable food service, tends to have expensive ticket prices, but acceptable since there is no competition in sight. Now, where does Bulgaria Air stack up in this list. Yes, old planes, but extremely well maintained and clean. Nice and occasionally even beautiful female flight attendants, who are polite, but not overly polite, just the right amount, pilots are very cautious about the plane, one can notice most of them are very good professionals, treat the plane as their own (not like those from AA who smash the machine at every landing as if it would be its last flight, couldn't care less about the inflight air bumps ), food is on the cheaper side, related to the flying time is acceptable, TICKET PRICES ARE CHEAP, CHEAP, CHEAP! There is no other airline from the officials (not the savers) who would take you with your luggage, give you to eat and drink, on a roundtrip between Madrid and Sofia for about 100 euro. That beats any offerings I have seen on 3 continents and mutes any small complaints one could have about the service. So there you go, a real life study, free of charge. Stop trusting trash studies like the one here by Danny Hakim. That dude is trying to create a sensation feeling so to justify the money he cashed for posing as the knowledgable one.
And while all this theater fiasco is taking place, the commy crooks together with their "buddies by blood" the turks are ripping off the last coin of the already overly impoverished bulgarians. So while the chain of no confidence votes by GERB may seem "funny" to some, it is de facto the only real opposition in the parliament that puts at least partial breaks or disturbances into the robbery wheel of the oligarchs, which seems in the mean time to have gained full force and momentum. So shush you all and pray for more no confidence votes, for those have also awakening and mobilizing effect in the masses.
Yes Honterus, immigration controls won't change that fact anymore. It is the government in your country who tries to temporarily fool a little the overly pumped-up with fascist pathos simpleton Britons. Watch out for that notoriously swollen cyst of british ego might one day burst like an atomic bomb and submerge the citizens within a sea of fake, rotten expectations.
Tania, that Sova institute is a dumb tool of the invisible, to the simple eye that is, oligarchs in BG. Their most recent masterpiece is the ambiguous "party/movement for free speech" of the pseudo trash journalist Nicolay Biurekov (pardon Barekov), who announced his movement, or whatever you want to call it, barely a week ago. Yet miraculously now we are presented with data giving him at the polls 4.8%. Hilarious to say the least. Currently 99% of the Bulgarians have no idea who/what that party/movement is supposed to be. The scum of a Sova "Institute" has no shame and lacks even the necessary patience to wait lousy few months, so that the garbage "research" it spits could at least remotely look like something credible. What a shame.
Good luck "duduk". Let's see how many are the complete morons in BG who will follow this piece of garbage. Well Neshka is the first one. There is a lot of oligarch and dirty money behind the project, so someone might opt for milking the cow instead.
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