So, this Jolly will be attended by "international politicians, intellectuals and civil representatives", will it?
Just which of those categories does Gorbie and "former PM of Spain Felipe Gonzalez, former Turkish PM Mesut Yilmaz, former Foreign Ministers of Germany, Hans-Dietrich Genscher, and Russia, Alexander Bessmertnih, the Serbian filmmaker Emir Kusturica, the Polish journalist Adam Michnik, the American journalists from the "International Herald Tribune" William Pfaff, and from the "Newsweek", Owen Matthews, and the Russian oligarch Alexander Lebedev." fit into?
Sounds like a bunch of has-beens looking to remind us that they're still alive and a coupla journos hoping to gain political credence by rubbing shoulders with them...
I was going to start rebutting this tidal-wave of complete tosh but it's truly difficult to know where to start......
Borisov has "taken up a highly submissive and accepting stance that leave Bulgaria in a weak position, show lack of concern for human rights and Roma integration and could adversely affect Bulgaria's larger interests" has he?
How about "he has more important things on his agenda than whether a few 'Bulgarian' scroungers get kicked out of another EU contry"? I've yet to meet any normal Bulgarian or Romanian who isn't annoyed by the actions of the French authorities - but only because they have no desire to see the Roma back "home" continuing their criminal and anti-social activities.
Despite the whining of the misguided Do-Gooders, this isn't a human rights issue and nor is it a poverty issue. These people are indeed marginalized but it is by their own choice and by their own actions. If they truly want to integrate then maybe they should actually demonstrate that they want to be part of mainstream society rather than simply parasites on its financial and social structures.
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