I propose that Bulgaria simply strip all the "Macedonians", Turks of Bulgarian citizenship on the grounds that Turkish government has vowed Turkey to always stand by FYROM which has territorial claims towards Bulgaria. Let's see who will DARE do anything against this
Consider the source of this demented report. Who heads up the Department that issued this report?
Michael Posner, who was sworn into office September 23, 2009, is a brand-new appointee by this administration. Where did he come from? The netherworld of Soros-land (as in George Soros, the anti-American, anti-free enterprise, anti-Israel, anti-GOP; pro-drug; pro-gun control billionaire sugar daddy of the Democratic Party and a man who I warned long ago would have a lot of power if Barack Obama became President, given his close and early ties to the president).
From the official State Department bio:
"Prior to joining State Department, Mr. Posner was the Executive Director and then President of Human Rights First. As its Executive Director he helped the organization earn a reputation for leadership in the areas of refugee protection, advancing a rights-based approach to national security, challenging crimes against humanity, and combating discrimination. He has been a frequent public commentator on these and other issues, and has testified dozens of times before the U.S. Congress. In January 2006, Mr. Posner stepped down as Executive Director to become the President of Human Rights First, a position he held until his appointment as Assistant Secretary."
George Soros funds this group and paid Posner's salary for years. Now he heads a State Department office that just issued a scathing report on Bulgaria that could have come from the gypsy camps.
I hate to be the one to break this news to you, but the whole reason that the report exists: to guide foreign aid decisions. Besides, who needs the US government to issue such reports, when the New York Times and the BBC are on the job?
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