There is a student video at youtube.com (follow the link address above) in which a student from the group of Early-Wake up Students protesters (in front of the Parliament) is asking Bulgarian parliament to resign. It reflects the opinions of majority of Facebook Bulgarians (it is almost impossible to see at Facebook Bulgarians who directly support the power). There is an absurd situation: Facebook Bulgarians criticize and reveal the poisoning seeds of communist-based (with collaborators) government and nobody visibly supports this Government, although the people connected to the current corrupted and criminal power occupy key positions and use all kinds of invisible means to trouble the patriots (including psychotronic terrorism).
Bulgarian nation is a very smart nation. It has behind 500 years slavery under the Turkish flag, when part of Bulgarians collaborate with the Turks, and after 1944 – a Russian umbrella when the ruling Communist Party had made the country almost a state of Soviet Union, while recently it has been enslaved by Putin and his agents in Bulgaria.
The speech of the Bulgarian student is not a speech for the stage. It is more like a broken heart reflection on what has been going around the Bulgarian parliament described as an absurd situation – the deputies go to and out of the parliament through special routes more like criminals than representative of the nation.
However, the problem is that while in past Bulgaria had their hero Vasil Levski who guided them in the darkness of slavery, after 1944 Bulgarians cannot find a strong leader who with authority and smart social strategies to free them from the Russian boot. For this reason the situation is a dark picture of handful politicians attached to Russian who have been spreading the seed of demoralization and deculturation of the nation. Logically, the students cannot stand such situation. They want to live in their country as normal people in normal social context of thinking politicians who do not corrupt and criminalize the country but reveal and punish corruption. Today Bulgaria looks more like a kingdom/dictatorship of Vassil Bozhkov and Putin than a democratic country of strong laws against crime and corruption.
This year instead thinking about Christmas, Bulgarians are thinking about the coming protest on January 10, 2014.