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Red Female Guards

Nadia Kliskurska is probably the most important representative of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (former Communist Party). Nadia, who is the daughter of the red mayor of the 90's Spas Klisurski, made a meteoric career in the Party, going from MP to Minister of Social Welfare in a short time, with billions from the EU Revival Fund from COVID falling into her hands.

Part of the celebration of March 3, 2023. Тogether with the interim Prime Minister of President Rumen Radev (after Kiril Petkov) Galeb Donev at the celebrations of the National Holiday on Mount Shipka.

The Russophile

Nadia has no hidden bias towards Russia and Russian celebrations in Bulgaria. On her social networks abound photos of her with the Russian Ambassador Mitrofanova, for example.

Nadia, the Russian Ambassador and the President of the Union of Artists of Pazardzhik, Margarita Ivanova

Nadia, who was responsible for several billion euro funding in Bulgaria is a proud member of Rusophiles Pazardzhik:

Party led by Nikolay Simeonov Malinov (Malinov) sanctioned by the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).

The leader of Russophilie Bulgaria, awarded by Putin

The church was blown up, 160 people were killed, over 500 injured. The commemoration is in the village of Lesichovo (municipal centre), Pazardzhik.

The village Lessichovo is called Little Moscow, not only because the most successful Bulgarian Ambassador in Moscow was from Lesichovo, but also because of the numerous communist activists before 1944. As during the Communist regime, several leading generals, secret service chiefs and key figures in the Communist Party were from Lesichovo. Today, the municipality of Lesichovo is a champion in Euro absorption with projects for tens of millions of EU funding.

Nadia at the Festival of Russian Culture.

Nadia on the 76th anniversary of Russia's victory over European Fascism. Together with representatives of the Russian Embassy.

One very significant significant social projects was realized in Pazardzhik, during the time of Nadia Klisurska in the Ministry of Social Care. In the small town, with almost no homeless people, a multi-million centre was built to care for the homeless.

The Social Projects for billions in the hands of Nadia

The centre was opened by the wife of the District Governor of Pazardzhik, Trendafil Velichkov(the same party as Nadia) - Sonya Velichkova, who was appointed as the director of the newly built centre. Logically, there is no information whatsoever about any official competition held. But more interesting is the project as whole.

The wife of District Governor Trendafil Velichkov, during her working day.

The problem of homeless people (if there are any) in Pazardzhik with a population of about 60, 000 people, is solved with a super modern center, which even a city like London, UK would envy, worth almost two million. For comparison, the entire budget in 2020 of London, with a population of 15 million is 8 million pounds.

For comparison, a project in Ilford, London, which implements 42 self-contained flats (assuming 2 beds in a flat, the bed base is 4 times larger than in Bulgaria), for homeless people, plus shops for rent and ensuring the sustainability of the project. The build cost is identical, without the rental shops for sustainability. As the London Project also includes the costs(which are amplified when the project starts) for 5 years, supplies, staff etc, which in the Bulgarian lies with the Municipality of Pazardzhik, which is about 200 times smaller than the City of London, and missing the homeless problem. But at the end of the day, in Bulgaria, the EU pays the bill for preparation, and the bill for operation, consumables and salaries(interesting what) to the taxpayers.

It has been named Malachi Place in recognition of Malachi Justin, a ten-year-old boy who became concerned about people sleeping rough in Ilford. When his first baby tooth fell out at the age of five-years-old, Malachi gave his £5 tooth fairy money to the local Salvation Army, along with a note asking them to spend it on helping homeless people.

In Bulgarian multi-million social projects, the operating costs are almost always forgotten once the project is completed. This is usually because the main interest of all the weirdos is in building the facility. When we talk about corruption schemes, for example, the cost is many times higher than optimal. And then, the costs are paid by the taxpayers without any attention to efficiency and real impact.

Here, for example, the social projects for tens of millions realized in the Municipality of Lesichovo, with which we started (the St. Nedelya bombers). There was a very interesting Swiss TV investigation about the corruption and careless spending in Lesichovo. The effect was zero, most of all from the reformist political parties that "supposedly" fight corruption.

There stadiums and community centers were built for millions, with a population of several thousand people. As the huge problems for the local communities appeared after the absorption of Euro Funds. The Kalugerovo community centre, for example, employs three librarians in the absence of any birth rate. As well as for the maintenance of the large stadium, huge amounts of money go, with footballers from Botev Plovdiv (owned by Russian billionaire) coming to play in the village because there are no young people, and under the multi-million Euro Project, football matches have to be played.

Nadia Klisurska commemorates the greatest assassins in Bulgarian history in Lesichovo, Pazardzhik.

But the most striking thing is that since 2020, when Bulgaria was plunged into a political crisis because of rampant corruption, in reality the status quo has been maintained, as the whole political drama was about facing the EU to get the funds for Renewal. The question that Nadia Klisurska poses is who are the forces behind domestic politicians? And isn't Bulgaria being used not only as a political proxy by Russia, but also as a financial Ponzi Scheme aimed at simply siphoning off Funds and subversion of the West as a whole?

Nadia Klisurska, 2023 in Norway. Sent by the Bulgarian Red Cross.

When we talk in general about the problems in the EU, about the huge level of corruption, about how Putin's ideology incites and finances the radical Left and Right in Europe, maybe we should first answer what kind of people the EU put in the Euro Parliament, what kind of people dispose of EU funds and budget, what kind of people have access to a multi-billion Norwegian Sovereign Fund...? Do we do the math on how much it will cost the EU, not only in investment, but in lost direct and geo-political benefits (strategic) from a Bulgarian exit from the EU for example?

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