Displaying items by tag: Issue 152
Predrag Milinčić, Regional Market Director for Mars Balkan East, on how the company balances between providing tasty products and responsible business
Politicians of all shades & hues use scaremongering to seduce voters
UK's biggest 21st century divide as cover for what's really important
Pope Francis, who visited overwhelmingly Orthodox Bulgaria, was "liked" by some people identifying themselves as being "pro-Western" "rightwing" "intellectuals" and, infamously, snubbed by the Orthodox Church whose senior clergy refused to participate in a joint prayer with the head of Roman Catholicism citing some insurmountable differences dating back to the Great Schism, in 1054. Bishop Nikolay of Plovdiv (the one with the penchant for Rolex watches) even suggested Pope Francis anticipated and would welcome the Anti-Christ, at a later date.
"Multiculturalism is a disease that should be eradicated." Carlos Contrera, an EMP candidate for VMRO