Massive protests in Bulgaria today: January 12, 2022

Bulgaria has one of the lowest submission rates to the Covid-vaxx narratives in the Western world, with only about 20% who took the shots.

Please check the comments for the videos and news on today’s events in that free minded state.

Bulgaria: Police push back “Green Pass” protesters trying to storm parliament

Several hundred protesters were stopped by a large police force from storming the Parliament in Sofia on Wednesday, with people injured on both sides.

Opponents of the COVID-19 vaccine policy gathered on the parliament’s forecourt carrying Bulgarian national flags and national symbols as the country battles with the Omicron surge. Police officers could be seen standing between the crowd and the entrance to parliament pushing back the protesters. Scuffles broke out and many demonstrators were detained.

The rally was organised by the ultra-nationalist Revival Party. Currently, Bulgarians must wear masks indoors and on public transport and show a health passport – which is given to those fully vaccinated, recovered or negatively tested – to enter restaurants, cafés, shopping centres or gyms.


DAILY protests in Bulgaria against the Vaxx pass

Interestingly, some Bulgarian sites show that the population is only 20% injected. So you can guess what happened when they put the vaxx-pass into play. Restaurants basically tanked.

Our friend Tania from Denmark happened to be in Varna for two of the demonstrations. The first one was Saturday and was clearly over a thousand people, and again today for the daily demo at City Hall.

November 1: Varna City Hall

British expats explain move to Bulgaria (segment)


The wife of the couple in this interview is known for wearing overly revealing clothing, nearly on top of exaggeratedly enhanced mammary glands. This may cause some degree of distress in some viewers (and is likely intended to by the interview subject) and laughter in others.

But the interview is also revealing.

Bulgarian documentary on border crashing and corruption

In my, rapidly becoming considerable experience, the best, meaning the most honest, TV news left in the world may well be Bulgaria. Tanya T. has translated a lot of really stunning videos for us on the facts of Islamic migration into Europe through Bulgaria, and also on the related politics and attitudes. Essentially the exact opposite of what you would see on Canada’s Liberal Party propaganda organ, the CBC.

In this video, we see the what has happened since the state decided to build a new wall to try and control the massive numbers coming through the woods from Turkey. But local corruption makes it essentially non existent. And where does the money come from?

Back to the Bulgarian migrant center escape

A few days ago we published this video detailing how a thousand migrants or more broke out of a detention center and headed for town.

Today, Tanya T, who translated the video above for us all, sent in this video of the actual event with this description:

This video, according to the description, shows what the police managed to stop a few days ago in Harmanli. The migrants started leaving the “refugee” center and to head towards the town. It is scary:

Thank you Tanya. Please keep us all informed about Bulgaria and the muslim invasion. A country largely overlooked by Western media.

This one below is very interesting. Perhaps Tanya can tell us if the translation is good and if it should re be done with hard coded titles? Make sure you have the CC on for this.

Every 3rd person in Harmanli will be a refugee 
The city near the Bulgarian-Turkish border has a population of only 10,000 people. A recent procurement to expand the refugee center’s capacity to 5,000 refugees means that every 3rd person in Harmanli will be a refugee by the end of the year. However, Harmanli citizens won’t let this slide. They are organizing another protest to demand that authorities immediately start working on turning the refugee center into a closed-type facility, and that they cease its expansion.