Not all heroes wear capes, some wear matching tracksuits.
Dinko has been in the news before chasing “refugees” through the woods of Bulgaria with his armed paramilitary gang. He had already acquired two APC’s last year. Now it seems he has stepped up his game and gotten his hands on a Soviet-era gunship.
Eastern Europe continues to not disappoint. This is the future by the way, kiss your khakis and seer-suckers goodbye. Places like Bulgaria may not look too polished, but they are certainly the only places in Europe that are putting up a fight.
From the Daily Mail:
Valev, who lives in Yambol, close to the Turkish border, has claimed every refugee is a potential jihadi and last year ISIS reportedly put a $50,000 (£38,000) bounty on his head.
It seems that Dinko has a lot of land and doesn’t take kindly to migrants trespassing. Some journalists have pointed out that he also probably has ties to organized crime in Bulgaria. This is probably true. Many of the periphery soviet states developed robust mafias that would steal/appropriate fund from Moscow during the 80’s. This is the origin of a lot of organized crime in Eastern Europe. Also, the run up to the collapse of the USSR and the immediate aftermath of shock capitalism allowed many illegal operation to become legitimate overnight. Lots of gangsters suddenly became captains of industry. So think twice before you choose to Legalize It! or you might have Jamal suddenly moving into your neighborhood as a reputable businessman… But I digress.
Valev claims every refugee is a potential jihadist and once described his hunts, saying: ‘I would describe it as simply a sporting activity. You can’t describe sportsmen as violent.’
Wow. That’s pretty hardcore. This guy just does not give a damn. Wasn’t it Orwell that said that if there is any hope, it lies in the Proles?
It is unclear if Valev will fly the chopper himself but he wrote: ‘We are ready to go’ next to a video clip of him with the machine. It is unclear if the helicopter, which has a large machine gun at the front and rocket housings on either wing, is actually operational
Eastern Europe is really something. It is one of the most misunderstood places in the world. But Jonathon Bowden seemed to understand what happened there:
Imagine being born in a post soviet hellscape country that will ironically dodge the coming Cultural Marxist of the west where there does not exist an ideological immunity. The irony! But its true, most countries in Eastern Europe do not suffer from White Guilt. They certainly have their own fair share of problems, almost all the former USSR countries suffer from corruption and collapsed birthrates- in fact, I’d bet my left arm that Dinko probably dipped into some of the funds that flowed in to fund his vigilante efforts.
But there is still a fighting spirit left. In fact, it seems to be getting stronger with each passing year. In fact, it might save us all in the long run if we can take a hard look at our soft Western selves and find a little bit of that Dinko simmering within.
Dinko clearly identifies as an attack helicopter too.
This guy makes me proud of being a Bulgarian.
Don’t worry guys. We actually shame people who would turn against the Bulgarian nationalistic spirit. We are awake and aware. Real men will stay and fight the enemies at the border, just like in the olden days. A war with the Muslims might destroy our country, but it will revive our true spirit. Here in Bulgaria, ironically, we don’t have problems with feminism (which makes me really sad that the West is so focused on such non-problems) and dillusion of racial equality has basically been shattered by gypsy criminal activities. Yeah, corruption, criminality, poverty, general “peasentness”, etc are the real problems here. But I believe that in the current fast escalating situation, we are the most prepared to deal mentally with the situation. I guess you can say most of us are born into the world red-pilled.
Hail Victory! I hope the West propers so that you guys can finally save us from the bullshit that is ruining our economy.
One of the problems (“paradoxes”) with being “born red-pilled” is that nationalism is taken for granted. The actual nationalist parties are then viewed as “one-issue” parties or people perceive them as misrepresenting the national predicament as unrealistically dire, so they don’t get the support that the average person’s nationalist feelings would predict they should get. I think the United Patriots bloc is expected to get about 15% this weekend. That’s reasonably respectable as far as “far right” parties go – roughly in line with the far more extreme Golden Dawn in Greece – but still a long way off in terms of the level of support needed for any serious change to take place.
Exactly! You see, most of the “red-pilled” would define themselves as nationalists, i.e. loving your country and standing for its interests, but our current Patriotic bloc is made up of several “patriotic” parties, which hated eachother and called eachother “fake” patriots. But then they sort of recognized they wouldn’t be able to win anything by constantly arguing over details and stance (who is more Russophilic and who is a sellout, who is too neutral and too cucked, etc.). So they finally joined together, and in doing so seemingly put aside their differences, but also betrayed their personal ideals and essentually joined so they can become a great populist movement – Patriotic Bloc. Oh, and in typical Bulgarian fashion, the leaders are absolute fucking corrupt oportunists. Their platform might be different than the Democrats and the Socialists, but in essence they are the same tired old faces, the same hidden-not-so-hidden corruption air around them. Something has to change, but that won’t happen as long as every party has members who have ties to oligarchy that’s actually ruling the country. It’s a sad state of affairs, but at least almost all can unite against the common foe.
So long as they teach us in schools about the 500 years of Ottoman rule over us, Bulgarians will never accept Islam and we will fight it out of this sense that we are Bulgarians and this is what we DO.
Long live Bulgaria! Hail Slavic People! Hail Europe!
Great post. I was in Plovdiv for about two months recently. It is a very nice city. And I really enjoyed the company of the Bulgarian people. Not the filthy gypsies and turks of course. I was astonished that there were two old mosques in the town. I say demolish them and deport all the muslims, if a foreigner like me may meddle that is. In my brief visit I met numerous normal Bulgarians out at bars and cafes who expressed to me their totally rational fear of the Turks taking over their nation. Long live Bulgaria!
I also noticed the huge synagogue in Sofia right in the middle of town that seemed like a fortress. Why do they always need to hide if they are such good and gracious people? Deport those evil creatures with the Muslims.
Dinko and his cohorts ought to round up and deport the half million ethnic turks who still reside in Bulgaria.
Gods above I love my Slavic brothers.
This is a gem of a video on the effect of Marxism: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aR4MvD9IEAE
Here’s another great one on th same channel featuring Bowden: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-BZylziBKI
Kill em all let God sort em out!
I’ve spent time in Bulgaria. Lots of gypsies and Turks but like most historically multi-racial/ethnic countries the White population is awake, aware and does not mix with the non-Whites. Unfortunately that is what it always takes to wake us up!
I’ve driven through some gypsy settlements on the outskirts of some cities, goddam it’s alienating. It’s like all of a sudden you’re in the middle of Calcutta.
I doubt you could reliably tell the Turks apart though. There’s huge overlap between Turks and Bulgarians in terms of looks. It’s simply not the case that just because someone there is darker or looks more oriental he’s got to be Turk and not Bulgarian. Dumbshit nationalists on the internet pretend this isn’t true, but in the real world this can’t be hidden. All you have to do is go to a Bulgarian church or social club and see how extremely some Bulgarians diverge from the European “average.”
That was not my experience though I will not discount it. I don’t have a dog in the fight as I am not of any Bulgarian or Southern for that matter blood anyway. My experience was that there was a White Slavic people of differing looks and a very dark gypsy people and darkish Turkish people. I asked regular Bulgarians about it and they claimed to be able to tell a Turk apart in the bat of an eye. But yea, I did meet some darker Bulgarians.
Then again I have met some very dark Italian, Greeks, Spainish, Portuguese, Germans, Poles, Czechs, Ukranians, Russians and oh the horrors some dark English. It’s complicated. But if you are White and you are around people you know by osmosis if they are you kin or not, whether in Bulgaria or Sweden.
I met and saw people of all types. I was there for two months.
I want one of those too.