The website blatantly lies that John Cornyn has talked about the Magnitsky Act claim
Monitor Agency
The Fake News Factory's impudence has taken on international dimensions after it became clear that one of its megaphones - the website Frognews funded by fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev - has dragged even a US senator into its latest manipulation. The website of former State Security agent Ognyan Stefanov (aka Academician), which plays the role of a personal press service of Tsvetan Vassilev, announced that none other than US Senator John Cornyn from Texas has promised to speed up the Magnitsky Act procedure launched by the fugitive banker. According to the Frognews article, Cornyn was contacted by the NGO We, the Citizens, which is controlled by another former State Security agent, Vera Ahundova, and which has ties to Vassilev.
The son of the murdered Maltese journalist also refused to be used by Prokopiev and his circle
Telegraph team
President of the European Council Donald Tusk and Bulgaria's head of state Rumen Radev refused to be part of the propaganda campaign that the Fake News Factory's mentors Ivo Prokopiev, Tsvetan Vassilev, Ognyan Donev, and Sasho Donchev tried to organise on behalf of the Union of Publishers in Bulgaria. In reality, the association serves the interests of the behind-the-scenes clique in Bulgaria, along with Reporters Without Borders and the European Newspaper Publishers' Association.
Politika, Monitor and Telegraph launch a media transparency campaign
The Bulgarian oligarchy's media servants at the Fake News Factory are having a panic attack over the increasing likelihood of their shadowy connections being exposed. The reasons for their nervousness are several events from the past few days. First, the talking points slandering our publisher, MP Delyan Peevski, were left out of the report prepared by the European Parliament Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE).
The Economist ranks Bulgaria 49th in freedom of speech
Bulgaria is ranked 49th out of 167 countries in freedom of speech in the Economist Intelligence Unit's 2017 Index of Democracy. The survey places the country whopping 62 spots higher than Reporters Without Borders' ratings that caused heated debates even in the Bulgarian parliament.
Execution units determine rankings
Vezhdi Rashidov, chairperson of the National Assembly's Committee on Culture and Media
I do not understand where all these groups and organisations with fancy names came from - Reporters Without Borders, European journalists, journalists moralists, and moralising people and their highfalutin titles, whose main goal is to erode the self-confidence and dignity of a host of talented and quality journalists and public figures.
Frognews reads EU resolution like the devil reads the Bible
Frognews has offered an absurd interpretation of a recently-adopted EP resolution that puts to shame even the proverbial way the devil reads the Bible.
Bulgarian Madoff sponsors agent Academician with 300 'big ones'
If you are asking yourselves why former agent of the State Security agency Ognyan Stefanov is playing the role of a personal press service of Tsvetan Vassilev, aka the Bulgarian Madoff, the answer is quite mundane - money. Some 300 'big ones' to be exact.