In October and November, protests were held in the village of Boyanovo and the nearby town of Yambol, with locals venting their anger over the construction of a migrant camp for three thousand people.
In reality, the accommodation facility was supposed to fit in just a few hundred people on a temporary basis.
Rumours, however, remained rife among the local population, no matter how much authorities sought to communicate the truth - something they should have done before rumours were spread, knowing how sensitive the "migrant issue" is anywhere out of the big cities....
His name most likely is not Angel Petrov. And it is obvious that in spite of the accumulation of facts and events mister Soros's organization is still clinging to its Open Society values (and receives cash for that) in the same way as the mentally ill Merkel still keeps all Germany and Europe hostage to her madness.
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