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Commenting article: Bulgaria Prince Kardam Kept in Artificial Coma

The medical condition of Prince Kardam, the eldest son of Bulgaria's former Tsar and PM Simeon Saxe-Coburg, remains critical as he is being kept in an artificial coma because of the sharp pain he would felt after the heavy crash he survived Friday in Madrid.

The prince suffered a brain-scull trauma and his two hands are motionless, doctors from Madrid's Doce de Octubre Hospital reported.
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#1
Buddy - 18 Aug 2008 // 17:05:47

Since when that guy became "Bulgaria's Prince". Probably only in the dream world of his Father. By the way the guy is lucky that he had the accident is Spain where he was airlifted to the hospital. If a similar accident would have happened with that guy in Bulgaria, no way for an airlift.
Obviously the Kings platelickers from your so called news service, continue to care more for foreigners then for BUlgarians themselves. The spokes woman of the that person in Sofia should write letters of appreciation to the people concerned about the health of the gentlemen, in stead of using Bulgarias media to express apprecition for the few letters they have gotten!
Its high time that all the properties illegaly taken by that familly in BUlgaria to be returned to the government and State of Bulgaria in order to preserve those properties for further BUlgarian generations and show them how BUlgarias National interests have been misused by Ferdinand, Boris and Simeon Conbirg Gotha!

#2
iamsoobored - 19 Aug 2008 // 00:29:35

Buddy,

<<Its high time that all the properties illegaly taken by that familly in BUlgaria to be returned to the government and State of Bulgaria in order to preserve those properties for further BUlgarian generations and show them how BUlgarias National interests have been misused by Ferdinand, Boris and Simeon Conbirg Gotha!>>

These properties were already stolen from the King's family by the communists back in the day. The King and his family lost so mush interest and rental money on these properties over the last 50 years. Now they have given the properties back to their rightful owners. What part of this don't you understand? What is your problem? Most people who had their properties stolen by the communists got their properties back. I know most of my father's family got it all back. My mother's family didn't own anything, so they got nothing. Are you pissed that your peasant family was poor like rats and didn't get anything back because they did not own anything before communism? You envious piece of dog shait!

#3
WickedWitch - 19 Aug 2008 // 00:36:16

iamsoobored,

Don't you know it's rude to speak with your mouth full? Yes, even when it's filled with a "royal prerogative". Basic manners, tsk, tsk, tsk.

#4
wildthing - 19 Aug 2008 // 22:02:11

"These properties were already stolen from the King's family by the communists back in the day. The King and his family lost so mush interest and rental money on these properties over the last 50 years."

Iamsooboringlywrong,

Those properties could be called "stolen" IF they were lawfully theirs. It's well known that Ferdinand was broke when he was brought to Bulgaria to be made a "tsar". Also many properties were given as a "present" to the "good tsar" and his heir form their "loving" people. About the interest and rental money - it's Simeon who has to pay back a lot of money for the maintenance of all those houses and palaces, for almost 50 years. Years ago I've been invited to one of those residences and I can tell you it was kept in a perfect state; even the china and the copper kitchenware were intact.

#5
iamsoobored - 19 Aug 2008 // 23:10:39

wildthing,

If the BG government was paying rent for these properties, the King could have paid for them to be maintained plus made money on them. He did not STEAL any of these properties. He came to own them through perfectly legitimate means. He did not beat anyone or threaten anyone to get these properties. The communists killed a bunch of rich people so they could steal their property. I am sure the communists did not pay a penny to the King for his property, the communists were a bunch of mutri and they still are now, in the present BG government. Honest, decent people have no chance against that greedy, hungry scum. They will lie, cheat, kill, anything to get their hands on property or money.

#6
Buddy - 20 Aug 2008 // 11:59:27

Watch your mouth!

#7
Bill - 20 Aug 2008 // 12:22:20

All I can say about the Prince's coma is that if he's experiencing the horror and pain that I and a friend did in ours, they're not doing him any favors by keeping him in one.

#8
iamsoobored - 20 Aug 2008 // 14:53:06

Hey Bill,

I have never been in a comma, but I was under the impression that you are not really conscious, you are not aware. Your brain is asleep. Are you saying you are actually awake while in a coma?

#9
Bill - 20 Aug 2008 // 15:34:31

iamsobored:

I certainly was conscious and in a world of my own, full of horror and pain. A mutual friend who had also been in a coma said he'd experienced something similar. You don't know what's going on around you; you're in a world all by yourself, except for your tormentors. I think I've had a first-hand look at hell.

#10
iamsoobored - 20 Aug 2008 // 15:45:13

Bill,

It sounds horrible and scary. You could feel physical pain? I thought they are keeping the Prince in a comma so he doesn't feel the physical pain.

#11
Bill - 20 Aug 2008 // 16:04:46

iamsobored:

Not only feel pain, but the worst pain I've ever experienced. True, you don't feel the physical pain to the body. This is entirely mental. It could be compared to dreaming, where you're experiencing things while the body sleeps, but take it from me, no dream was ever this bad.

#12
Rollingstoned - 20 Aug 2008 // 16:08:42

Hi Bored One,

I'm not an expert on comas and what one goes through when one has one but I think you are referring to a "medically induced coma".

I didn't think a coma was what Bill describes...what he supposedly went through sounds more like a bad acid trip!

I thought that one would "see the light" when one was in a coma but you couldn't reach it...maybe Bill is heading the wrong way? 8-O)

#13
Bill - 20 Aug 2008 // 16:19:59

RS:

Believe me, this is not something to make fun of. I don't know whether a "medically induced" coma is so different from what I had, but I don't have any first-hand experience with that. It's also possible that my natural coma was extended by a "medically induced" one, but if that happened, there's no significant difference.

And just where did you get your experience with an acid trip?

#14
Rollingstoned - 20 Aug 2008 // 16:33:14

Whoever said I was making fun out of a coma?
I just find it hard to believe that they're so tormenting as you describe.

As for acid trips. I'm not familiar with them either, I prefer natural highs.
From what I have read and have heard...that's what your version of a coma sounds like.

Truthfually, Bill, it doesn't sound like you had "first hand" experience, it sounds like you had an out of body experience. What pain were you feeling, mentally?

#15
WickedWitch - 20 Aug 2008 // 17:10:18

RS,

The whole point of that post was to remind everyone that Bill was in a coma. Like we could forget with him mentioning it in almost every other post of his.

Bill wants pity. If he can't get it from others, he'll get it from himself, but hell if he won't try anything to get it from others first.

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