Bulgarian President Rumen Radev issued some of his harshest criticism to date of the globalist government installed in his country at the behest of the U.S. Embassy in Sofia in the summer. A scandal has emerged surrounding government plans to remove the monument to the Soviet Army in Sofia.
“Those who encroach on the symbols of statehood – the national holiday, the Bulgarian flag, and who are preparing to steal the Constitution as well, are now abolishing our history today.” Radev commented to the media regarding the removal of the monument.
“Usually, those who do not have solutions for the present and a vision for the future, are at war with the past,” the President added.
“The barbaric destruction of monuments is not only an attempt to erase history but also strongly exacerbates public opposition ot the government,” Radev asserted. The Bulgarian President pointed out that an aggressive offensive against the country’s statehood, history, and memory is currently underway.He added that destructive processes are taking place that are sowing division and intolerance in Bulgarian society.
Radev said that deep public indignation is brewing, which will inevitably have political consequences. He added that “no one should be under the illusion that Bulgarians will sit by and watch the encroachments on their history, which are real, and a threat to our future as a nation.”