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Commenting article: Bulgaria PM Congratulates Patriarch Maxim on 95th Birthday

Prime Minister Boyko Borisov congratulated His Holiness Patriarch Maxim on the occasion of his 95th birthday, the government press office announced Thursday.

“Bowing down before your longevity, I would like to convey my special greetings for your long standing ecclesiastical service and for your efforts in upholding the original Christian truths.”, wrote Borisov.

In his letter, the Prime Minister expressed his empathy for the occasion of Patriarch Maxim’s birthday and presented his best wishes for health, strength and longevity, “so that you can continue your apostolic service in the name of the Church and our people”.

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#1
Wanderer - 7 Nov 2009 // 15:42:20

Policeman time.

#2
FIGMENT - 19 Nov 2009 // 19:10:43

DP

" Disgusting dirty hypocrites. Just stick to laundering the money you stole and still keep stealing and leave history alone."

No. I think they should stop stealing and return all the money they stole.

#3
Pantudi - 19 Nov 2009 // 21:46:00

Uchak,

"If he spoke out would change nothing..."

...and if he basically kept his mouth shut and opened it only to suck red commie schlong, he would kep the BKP-provided salary, Mercedes and all the perks, so screw the Faith.

#4
DP - 19 Nov 2009 // 22:42:08

"...what church in BG must do now is speak out against corruption both within its ranks and in society...and preach they Bg women in general not be such cheap sluts”

Unfortunately, he lost his moral authority to preach against corruption and whatever you mean by “cheap sluts” in any form or shape. He can keep his Mercedes though.

#5
FIGMENT - 20 Nov 2009 // 00:41:56

Uchak

" and preach they Bg women in general not be such cheap sluts"

Who said anything about cheap? They are expensive sluts, and not worth the money.

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