Bulgarian Village Turns Out to Protest Syrian Refugee Camp


Syrian refugees don’t want to go to Bulgaria. Those who are there don’t want to stay there. And the Bulgarians don’t want them there. They really don’t want them.

A man from Bulgarian village of Telish threatens to set himself ablaze in protest against a planned opening of a refugee shelter in the village.

One of the protesters against the opening of a refugee shelter in the north-western Bulgarian village of Telish has threatened to set himself on fire if a shelter opens in the village, informs BNT on Thursday.

People from Telish continue their protest against the Bulgarian government’s plan to open a shelter of a closed type in an ex-military base in the village.

Syrian refugees who will be accommodated in the shelter in Telish are people that have been left without a home and who have been through a lot, said in a phone call for BNT The Chair of State Agency for Refugees, Nikolay Chirpanliev in an attempt to ease the unrest of the local people over the proposed refugee camp.

Chirpanliev assured the protesting people that only people who are in need are housed in the agency’s camps and there are no criminals between them and invited the protesters to a meeting over a phone call to BNT, but they firmly rejected the invitation.

Who knew the Tea Party had made it to Bulgaria?

Protesters vow to continue until ‘victory’ – i.e. an official decision by the government to cease any work on the proposed shelter, informs bTV.

Local people have built a barricade that blocks a small local road from Telish to the former military base, in order to prevent work on transforming part of the base’s building into a camp for housing of refugees.

If more Europeans did this kind of thing, their countries wouldn’t be overrun by Muslim settlements.

Bulgaria’s Interior Minister Tsvetlin Yovchev has assured residents of Telish that their fears of a construction of a refugee shelter in the village will be taken into account.

Minister Yovchev has issued an order for temporary cease of the construction of the shelter in Telish in order the state to address the fears of the local people, informs Focus News Agency.

  • Veracious_one

    Apparently wise Bulgarians know that wherever Muslims show up they always bring that dreadful Islamic baggage with them…and that’s never a good thing…

    • Biff Henderson

      The Mosqueateers arriving in Bulgaria are peace-minded, flight vs. fight types that couldn’t possibly pose a risk to future generations of kuffar that voice an unfounded paranoia over their presence. The guardians of Goofy, Minnie and Pluto’s legacy fashioned a hijab to insure that Islamophobia doesn’t gain a foothold in the Magic Kingdom. There has to be some magic formula, wishful thinking notwithstanding that the decent folk of Bulgaria can be persuaded to embrace that allows for a itty-biity pocket of Islam to flourish within its boarders. Is it too much to ask that a helphole for the survivors of an Islamic hellhole sinks its roots into this land? All should do their part to insure a fresh start for the adherents of the Religion Of Peace and that Islamophobia is a word that is removed from the lexicon for all time. (Sorry, I get carried away sometimes) But seriously folks…

    • Race_Dissident

      Yes. Odd how the unenlightened Bulgarians have a much stronger survival instinct than we enlightened Americans (or Brits, or Swedes, or Dutch, or…).

  • A Z

    Bulgarians do not like the Turks. so why would they like the Syrians? Bulgars are descended from Huns who are probably related to Turks. so they have some relationship but it is so far removed and they are different religions that there is no love there. It makes no sense to add Arab Muslims to the mix.

    • Drakken

      The Bulgarians are ethnic slavs, and they remember very well what the Turks did to them over the centuries and sooner or later will give the muslims a taste of their own medicine, remember ole Vlad “The Impaler” Tepesh is a patron Saint of Romania, Bulgaria and the Balkans. There is a prayer the eastern orthodox in that region say, and it has something to do with ole Vlad protecting them from the muslims.

      • A Z

        Yes, the majority of DNA/blood is Slavic. But it was Hunnish descendants ( a very mixed lot as the Huns were) that conquered it.

        The religion thing overrides anything else. Not so much that it was a different religion but that they would not leave people alone. By the time the Bulgarians (aristocracy) met the Turks they had probably forgotten most of their steppe traditions.

  • roccolore

    Bulgarians have had a problem with Muslims for years.

  • ziggy zoggy

    How could the BNT or any other agency or person know that there are no criminals among the refugees? And how are criminals worse than islamopithecines?

  • LindaRivera

    There are 56 HUGE Muslim nations the Muslims must be sent to! NOT our countries! NO! NO! NO! Everyone is sick and disgusted with never-ending Muslim hate and violence!

    56 Muslim countries ONLY for Muslims.
    Non-Muslim countries ONLY for NON-Muslims = PEACE and SAFETY!