by Georgi Stankov, February 26, 2013
The global political events are progressing fast and furious and prepare the political stage for the optimal scenario for our ascension. The precision of this coordination of the higher realms, no longer behind the veil, but in front of the public is staggering and fills me with owe each morning when I read the breaking news the world over.
There is no doubt that Bulgaria is now preparing feverishly for my appearance as the first ascended master. Let me elaborate on a basic historic fact you cannot know.
The decision to depart from politics and to dedicate myself to the discovery of the Universal law and the establishment of the new theory of science and gnosis in 1990, after I helped actively the foundation of the new anti-communist opposition in my home country in 1989, was its approval of the new Bulgarian constitution in 1991, which was the most insidious Orionic document I have ever read.
I warned all my friends in the opposition at that time that they are committing a capital crime against their own country by cooperating with the communist regime on power and accepting this constitution. I have to add that when I visited Bulgaria as the first politically active emigre to found the new UDF (Union of democratic forces) in 1989, I brought with me many books on constitutional law and gave them as a donation to this party to read them and be prepared for the elaboration of the new democratic constitution of Bulgaria, which I knew will come very soon. This was my far-sightedness which ended as usual in a dead lock due to the inherent stupidity and intransigence of humanity. The story is old, but still very true.
I knew with a poignant clarity that the new Bulgarian constitution to come will be the single most important stumbling block for the future development of my country. I almost feared in my gnostic anticipation that this fraudulent document will hinder the establishment of a true civil society as it did not provide for the quality and the full separation of the three political powers in any truly democratic country – legislative, executive and judicial.
At the end, it happened exactly as my worst nightmares predicted. This new constitution allowed the old Mafia structures of the former communist regime to be fully integrated into the new pseudo-democratic government of Bulgaria and gave the new rich, red mafia bosses a blank cheque to do any crime without fearing any punishment whatsoever. No wonder that Bulgaria became a Mafia structured, failed country, very much like Sicily or Southern Italy, Albania and many other banana republics. Why should these small countries differ from the big brother – the biggest and most sinister Mafia power worldwide – the USA, which is forging such Mafia structures with fake dollars created out of thin air?
Now the trend has been dramatically reversed. The Bulgarians are fully awakening under the burden of rising energy and food prices and see for the first time the true reality with revolutionary eyes. It was precisely this complacence of my countrymen that exasperated me for the last 15-20 years, until I finally decided not to visit Bulgaria any more in 2005. I could no longer bear the disappointment my countrymen evoked in my mind and psyche with their irresponsible and immature thinking and behaviour, each time I had a direct contact with them.
‘Mafia, out of the country!’: Bulgarians protest in dozens of cities across the country (PHOTOS)
Tens of thousands staged rallies across Bulgaria accusing the government of corruption, demanding changes to the constitution and calling for new voting rules, after the prime minister’s cabinet had resigned last week.
Bulgarians gathered to protest against energy monopolies and high electricity bills that exceed the citizen’s incomes, amid growing unemployment in the country. Public anger has risen since the first rally last Sunday . The resignation of Prime Minister Boiko Borisov’s cabinet after the previous rally failed to calm down the protesters.
Over 25, 000 Bulgarians marched in the capital city of Sofia on Sunday blocking all central roads, ITAR-TASS news agency reports. There were conflicting reports as to the number of protesters, with Reuters putting the figure at 10,000.
Thousands also took to the streets in Bulgaria’s second and third largest cities Plovdiv and Varna, with the number of protesters in Varna reaching 30,000 according to ITAR-TASS. Another 40 smaller towns across the country staged rallies as well.
The people were holding national flags and slogans reading ‘Fighting for decent life’ , ‘Down with monopolies’, ‘End to illusions, civil action every day!’
The police forces did not record any violations despite the large number of demonstrators and in solidarity with the peaceful protesters, lowered their shields to the ground.
The people demanded the government to adopt laws imposing strict control over energy companies and make changes to the constitution to allow direct voting for deputies.
The country’s citizens directed their anger towards energy companies such as Czech CEZ and Energo-Pro and Austria’s EVN, which monopolise energy distribution in specific regions of Bulgaria in 2004 and have imposed skyrocketing prices.
The president, Rosen Asenov Plevneliev, spoke to the protesters trying to calm them down and offered help in solving their problems, but was whistled down by the crowd. They shouted ‘Mafia! Out of the country!’ and called for the president and other leading politicians to resign accusing them of corruption.
The Bulgarian president is expected to appoint a caretaker government and dissolve parliament next week to make way for early elections. He also promised an 8 percent cut in electricity bills from March and to start a process to revoke CEZ’s license.