The beauty of analogies is that it can be always reinterpreted. Analogy connects two facts. This is the objective side of science. The interpretation depends on the scientist.
Fact 1: Vassil Bozhkov – Skull organized an exhibit to celebrate the membership of Bulgarian in the European Union. In the period of communist Stefan Danailov as Minister of Culture it was possible Bulgaria to be represented in Brussels by the hallmark of what culture should not be in the human society.
Fact 2: Vassil Bozhkov - Skull (now integrated with national cultural wealth after the single failure) organized exhibit in Moscow exactly when Putin was nominated for Nobel Prize for Peace (October 2013).
Similarity: 1. Willing of Vassil Bozhkov - Skull to be connected and integrated with the highest levels and cultural of political status. 2. Opportunity to be used money for gaining of status in events which belong for cultural, respectively, ideological component of society. 3. Victory of Vassil Bozhkov-Skull at expenses of democracy and culture.
There are no semantic differences, since the scale in both cases has a global impact and attempts top world recognition of corrupted power. What is ideology in Bulgaria and of Bulgaria matters for the whole world, since Bulgaria is a key country in Europe, respectively in the world. How Russia behavior with Bulgaria is also of primary importance for world politics and culture.
The ideological manipulation similarity is obvious: Attempting to use status culture at the highest level for gaining prestige which in fact may just cover dark social activity.
Fact 1 and Fact 2 may belong to formal analogies and the nominators of Putin for Nobel Prize for Peace may even do not know who is Vassil Bozhkov – Skull and had never heard about the Bulgarian shaming exhibit in Moscow in October 2013. But this increases the corruption window of Nobel Prize organization – they allow nominators to be people without needed culture. Also, if Putin’s solders really believe that he can be a candidate for Nobel Prize for Peace, how did they allow Vassil Bozhkov – Skull’s presence in Moscow? Were they interested in his money? Did they use his money?
In the global society it is important the source of the money. The money source creates a social context for life of people. The social context builds the social behavior; the social behavior impacts close and distant visible or invisible interacted segments. Vassil Bozhkov’s antiques (mixed with Bulgarian national wealth) in Moscow in October 2013 had the impact of interacted power to become a super power to enslave whole nation. It is like a black cloud which makes intellectuals write today about Bulgarians in way in which was written about Bulgarians during the Turkish Yoke (e.g. the blog of Angel Gruncharov).