На 3-ти март фийдът ми във Facebook беше залят с разнообразни картинки с българското знаме. Под тях беше пълно с гръмки патриотични вопли и възгласи, изпълнени с любов към българщината и запазването на нашата уникална идентичност.
Супер! Ето ви една уникална и идеална възможност да подкрепите българското, да докажете любовта си и да помогнете на родопските песни да бъдат записани, увековечени и група прекрасни Дряновски баби да се зарадва, че “младите” не са ги забравили и изоставили!
Ако сега не го направим, няма кога после. Ще бъде късно.
Continue reading “Моментът да запазим песните на Дряновските Баби е сега”
enter the modern Bulgarian era confidently with this read in your hands. ‘The Klaxon Press’ first edition this September meets you with some new artists and their messages to you. Come and get from bar FlipFlop in Sofia. Visit klaxon press’ website.
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Artwork: Al Nik
Idea: France (thank you, Benjamin Djidi!)
Disclaimer: This is a translation of the summary, published by DW Bulgaria and written by Ivan Bedrov. I am not a translator and probably big parts of this text could have a better translation. However, as I don’t find any, I just wanted to have this well-done summary in English too, so more foreigners could see why the Bulgarians are protesting.
Almost every day since the assignment of “Oresharski” Government looks like the day when Peevski (on the picture below) was appointed as Head of the State Agency of National Security. Nearly a month has passed, and the government members cross all lines and start new scandals.
It has been a month since the protests in Bulgaria have started and probably more time will pass before they end. Meanwhile stressing on their demands and creativity, we seem to miss what is the Government doing. When they crossed the line with appointing Delyan Peevski as Head of the State Agency of National Security (14. June 2013), they tried to undo it and palliate the situation. It seems that that day when they assigned the “recently experienced catharsis” media boss, was also the start of already a-month-long-series of bad decisions. The situation was constantly messed up by the alliance of Bulgarian political parties BSP-DPS-“Ataka” (Bulgarian Socialists Party, The Movement for Rights and Freedoms and the party called “Attack”). Continue reading ““Peevski” – just the beginning (summary by Deutsche Welle BG)”