A Russian operative backed by the Kremlin meddled in United States politics for seven years and recently tried to undermine American support for Ukraine by recruiting local activists to spread pro-Moscow propaganda, the Justice Department announced Friday.Russian operative used U.S. activist groups to spread propaganda, feds say (archived)
The timing is suspicious, considering they knew about the alleged connections since before ‘Russiagate.’ Are they going after the Texit leader, next, or just going to ignore it (not saying that any of them should be gone after but it just adds to my suspicions)?! A message to the antiwar/anti-imperialist movement?!
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The Petkov-led coalition government was formed last year after two inconclusive snap elections following the ouster of Boyko Borisov’s conservative regimeBulgarian prime minister Kiril Petkov resigns after losing no-confidence motion
Bulgaria’s no-confidence vote could hamper EU expansion
Petkov, a Harvard-educated businessman, formed a four-party coalition government in December. He has pushed for a resolution to a bilateral ethno-cultural dispute that has blocked North Macedonia and Albania’s bids to join the EU. Bulgaria is a member of the EU and NATO.
I suppose the Balkans would have Western puppets as leaders. *sigh*
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