An inscription saying "Hands off Ukraine" was painted Saturday night on the Soviet Army monument in Sofia.
The slogan was triggered by the unanimous approval of Russia's upper house on Saturday of the decision of President Putin to use military force on Ukrainian territory.
The Soviet Army monument has been repeatedly spraypainted with political statements by anonymous groups of street artists....
They aren't nazi, can't you read? It's a few anarchists. They did the same earlier for pvssy riot, painted the statues pink.
Like I said, they have started treating statues like public canvases, it's long overdue to punish them for breaking the laws.
How dare these fascist thugs desecrate such monuments. It is time for the ruling regime to invite our Russian allies to send in a division of the finest red army troops to round up and punish these nazi vandals and at the same time restore democracy to Bulgaria.
The point is, this is anarchism, even if you disagree with the statues, even if you removed all such statues, they would just switch to targeting other kinds of statues, because for these people, statues are "public canvases"...
So, just lock them up! They are breaking the law, shouldn't even be a discussion.
Liberation only came with the downfall of the Russki stooge Zhivkov and the departure of some of the KGB creeps hiding here.
We should seize this opportunity of sending the rest of the Commie scumbags hiding out here (can you hear me, Ser-gay?) back to their mentor Tsar Vlad - along with their thieving gangster side-kicks and world-famous "hydrologists". It's way past time all those ex-Commie crooks (and their "business-men" kids and wives) had all the wealth they can't account for returned to the nation from whom they stole it and then given the choice of spending the rest of their days in prison, free with a "normal" BG pension or sent to Gulagistan to enjoy the company of their KGB playmate....
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