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Rallies In Support of Russia To Be Held in Bulgaria

Society | March 7, 2014, Friday // 16:22| Views: 2390 | Comments: 34
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Rallies in support of Russia will be held in two Bulgarian cities on Friday evening. 

Both are organised via the social network Facebook.

The first rally will be held in front of Russia's embassy in Sofia under the slogan “Bulgaria supports Russia's policies” and is organised by a “civic initiative” of the same name. The organisers urge their supporters to bring   Russian or Bulgarian flags. “Russia, you are not alone! The Bulgarian people is with you! Russia is the guardian of global peace! Truth is with you, so victory is for you!”, write the organisers on the event's wall. 

The other rally under the same slogan will be held in front of Russia's consulate in the Black Sea city of Varna. The participants will demand that Bulgaria joins the Eurasian Union. The organisers of the event suggest that people bring posters with the following slogans: “Bulgaria and Russia TOGETHER”, “USA – terrorist No. 1”, “Russia deters the evil empire – USA and England”, “Russia deters the Zionist-Mason regime”, “Russia – guardian of peace”m etc. 

At the same time other Facebook groups organise events against Russia's invasion in Crimea, which will be held next Monday in front of Russia's consulate in Varna.

Earlier this week in Sofia was held a protest under the slogan “Here it's not Moscow” plus several protests in front of the Russian embassy last week.

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#34
Optimistic - 13 Mar 2014 // 08:17:07

To An American, Kate is selling model helicopters and what her organisation does is copy previous posts by other people and re uses them.

So people on the forum are also selling kitchens and loans.

Have a good day, hopefully things will calm down soon, maybe when the referendums in the Crimea and Scotland are over people will calm down. How dare these little countries seek to change their political alignments!!!!!!!!

#33
An American - 13 Mar 2014 // 05:43:42

Kate 1234, that is verbatim what Optimistic said. Are you an echo? This was Optimistic's:

"Optimistic - 9 Mar 2014 // 11:12:39

"To An American, your post is thought provoking especially the choice between freedom and security.

For me if given a choice between security and freedom, I am happy that freedoms can be limited to protect security.""

#32
kate1234 - 13 Mar 2014 // 04:33:51

For me if given a choice between security and freedom, I am happy that freedoms can be limited to protect security.
http://www.rctopshop.com/esky-rc-helicopters

#31
Anny - 13 Mar 2014 // 04:29:57

These awac planes are the ones that they use to collect information to manage bombing campaigns.
http://www.rctopshop.com/esky-rc-helicopters

#30
An American - 12 Mar 2014 // 10:20:38

Come my friend. We will even share the secrets of Area 51. It is warm there.

#29
Optimistic - 12 Mar 2014 // 10:17:08

Peace please, security to the Ukrainian people, and some warm weather please. The warm weather maybe later this week, the rest............

#28
An American - 12 Mar 2014 // 10:00:04

We seek peace not war. We will make great friends. We will break bread together and celebrate the wonders of life. Please give it one more try.

#27
Optimistic - 12 Mar 2014 // 09:48:47

The situation is not going to calm down.

Last week NATO increased their military flights over Eastern Europe and this week they are flying their awac planes near the Ukraine. These awac planes are the ones that they use to collect information to manage bombing campaigns.

NATO bombed Serbia, we know bombing is their opening move remember Libya last year.

These flights are agressive moves by NATO.

#26
An American - 12 Mar 2014 // 07:17:23

Good morning Bulgaria and the world. How is (are) the world (we) going to tone things down? What can (we) the people do?

#25
Optimistic - 12 Mar 2014 // 00:15:28

Part of my dna is Irish and I respect John F Kennedy above all US Presidents he was one of us. I was 3 years old when he was shot and I still remember that.

Look the Crimea has 2million people, no oil, no gas. If they vote to join the Russian Federation there will be a peaceful transfer of power and these people will live in safety.

President Kennedy handled the Cuban Missile crises well and got the problems solved.

The current president is not of his ability, the US now wont talk with Russia.

If the Crimea votes to join The Russian Federation the Brits will say we need Russian money, the Germans will say we need Russian gas and they will make a lot of political noise but make sure they keep their hands on Russian money and gas.

#24
Yane - 12 Mar 2014 // 00:00:31

Go away dirty American, you are not Bulgarian, at all.

#23
An American - 11 Mar 2014 // 23:43:23

The United States will always stand by President's Kennedy's pledge when he declared, "Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, in order to assure the survival and the success of liberty.” Take that to the bank, it is worth more than a trillion rubbles, dinners, or left wing extremists.

#22
Optimistic - 11 Mar 2014 // 23:21:50

To An American this is a joke, right?

Putin has done nothing wrong, he is following legal and democratic procedures, that is the point, you Americans are being out smarted and that is the problem.

I hope Putin turns off the gas to Europe and you guys have to frack your country to keep Europe warm.

#21
An American - 11 Mar 2014 // 23:11:45

Not surprised that the tool and the self-impaler would view it that way. Variety is the spice of life. You should know, however, that that reporter is considered more than fairly left wing here in the United States. In other words, the American people are fairly unified in their opinions regarding this matter. President Obama is showing more restraint than the opinion of the American populace. Don't expect Russia not to pay a very heavy price for Putin's actions. The presidential election season is starting up here already. If President Obama ignores the will of the American people, the Democratic Party will find itself out of power.

#20
Optimistic - 11 Mar 2014 // 21:21:20

I just watched the video, the Serbs handle themselves with dignity not like the US reporter who is making up rubbish and gossip.

Really poor quality American propoganda.

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