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  The shutdown of  Bulgarian National Radio’s broadcasting and the following debate are a diagnosis of the Bulgarian society. An unprecedented blow to national security, but few seem to care. We get used to all the “unthinkable” scandals and wait for the next one to die down.   Prosecutor General Tsatsarov has routinely instructed the SANS, CEM and the prosecutor’s office to find a plausible explanation in ‘three’ days, finding a minor player to take the “culprit”’s role and cover up the true perpetrators. The job is simple – omit at all cost the name of the real boss at the NURTS – National Radio and Television Stations Department – Delyan Peevski (nominally in the Vivacom group controlled by the VTB) in the newsfeed and the comments. The same applies

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  “Incompetence is fascism.” L. Levchev   “Illiterates have to dictate.” Stanislaw Jerzy Lec   The election of the Prosecutor General of Bulgaria at present is comparable to the election of a Procurator of the Roman province of Judea. However, Bulgaria is not Judea, and the Third Rome /Moscow/ is not Rome at all, but a political rebranding of the medieval Golden Horde. Still, the parallels are unavoidable.   The current Chief Procurator, pardon me – Prosecutor, the former Provincial Judge Tsatsarov, like the real Pontius Pilate washed his hands with the proposed candidature of his own creation Ivan Geshev; someone who obtained his degree in law at the Police school. And the latter did not waste any time before stunning the general public with his interview on the so-called

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About Momchil Doychev

Доцент по политически науки, доктор по философия Момчил Дойчев е преподавател в департамент "Политически науки" на Нов български университет. Занимава се с темите: "Преходи към демокрация", "Управление на конфликти", "Политическата коректност и безграничната толерантност като антидемократични идеологии", "Власт, свобода и сигурност" и др.
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Special to bulgariaanalytica.org     The transition and the integration of Eastern Europe was so problematic that at some point it became inevitable for the West to decide to make a deal with „the real” politicians there – in other words with the communist elites. Let’s not forget that Europe’s engine – Germany – was out of this game, overwhelmed with its own reunification. The US was represented through the international financial institutions which chose to focus on the fiscal and debt issues and not so much on long-term strategy. Their preoccupation was the debt payment moratorium. The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 itself, although a logical and planned process, was not preceded by too many years of building a stable alternative in Bulgaria – an opposition capable of