• Bulgarians Celebrate Their National Holiday – March 3!

    March 3, 2024
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    Bulgarian and Russian troops defeat Ottoman forces at the Shipka Peak
    Bulgarian and Russian troops defeat Ottoman forces at the Shipka Peak, via Wikimedia Commons

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    After resisting a concerted effort by Bulgaria’s globalist government to change the country’s national holiday, the Bulgarian people are once again celebrating it on March 3. This important day commemorates the signing of the Treaty of San Stefano in 1878, marking the end of the Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878), when Russian troops and Bulgarian volunteers liberated the country from centuries of Ottoman rule and Islamic oppression.

    The treaty resulted in the recognition of Bulgaria as an autonomous state and laid the foundation for the reemergence of Bulgarian sovereignty. The globalist regime in Sofia, on order from the U.S. Embassy in Sofia, had tried to change the national holiday because they sought to sever any ties with the Russian people who played a decisive role in liberating the country. Their efforts failed because of popular resistance.

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    The signing of the Treaty of San Stefano marked the culmination of the efforts begun by Vasil Levski, the Bulgarian patriot who organized the national liberation movement. Another important figure of the time celebrated on this occasion is the poet Hristo Botev who helped to awaken a revolutionary spirit and sense of unity among Bulgarians in their struggle for independence.

    Vasil Levski and Bulgarian troops who had fought to free Bulgaria from Ottoman domination

    Kostadin Kostadinov, leader of Bulgaria’s main anti-globalist opposition party Vazrazhdane (Renaissance) issued a statement on his Telegram channel to mark the occasion:

    “Happy national holiday, Bulgarians! On March 3, each of us celebrates the liberation of Bulgaria from Turkish slavery, achieved with the help of Russia! On this day, put differences and disputes aside and remember what is written on the building of the National Assembly – Unity is strength! Above all, remember that freedom is not given to us for nothing and that it must be defended every single day! Otherwise, we will lose it, as has already happened in our history! Long live freedom, long live the Bulgarian people, long live Bulgaria!”



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