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Tuesday, 2 November 2010

Volen Siderov: The attack continues! We will not accept Turkey in the EU!

Left: Volen Siderov Chairman of the Bulgarian Nationalist party - Ataka.

Below is the Speech by Volen Siderov.

Rally against Turkish membership in EU in Plovdiv on October 20, 2010

Brothers and sisters Bulgarians comrades

I hear that here in Plovdiv was still asleep people now want to wake them up with our old fighter, a lovely shout A-TA-KA!

I want to porazbudim pozaspala (awake from sleep?)Bulgaria has recently never heard this battle cry A-TA-KA!

Let some brat of parliament come and tell us that this behavior is not European, let someone comes to tell me that this is aggressive behavior, I would answer "Yes, this is aggressive behavior against the Bulgarian national treason, and this behavior will henceforth be the behavior of Ataka party! "

Comrades

I see this old fighters, I see people who at some time even lashnaha (slipped?) away, then returned again, I see all of you old soldiers, which was already five years fight battles for Bulgaria - 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 2010 - five years and a half we are in constant battle.

Here I am before you, here I am, now seen by all, shake, hugged up with you all, old fighters.

Does not exist and there may be, we are the same who swore before the monument of Vassil Levski, we have the same atakisti, we are the same patriots, we are the salt of the people, because we know what we fight because we have a cause, cause, cause and it is called Bul-ga-nd (Bulgaria)!

The rest of the speech can be read here


Ataka party video






Historical context - Turkish genocide over Bulgarians /Batak- 30 April;1876


In 1393, the Ottomans captured Tarnovo, the capital of the Second Bulgarian Empire, after a three-month siege. In 1396, the Vidin Tsardom fell after the defeat of a Christian crusade at the Battle of Nicopolis.

With this, the Ottomans finally subjugated and occupied Bulgaria.Bulgarians in the Ottoman empire had to endure an inhumane discrimination; they paid extemely high taxes, incomparable with the taxes collected from Muslims.

They also had no legal rights whatsoever.

The turkish discrimination was out of proportion as bulgarians were forbidden to bear arms, were not allowed to wear clothes with bright colours or were required to not build any houses or churches that stood higher than those of muslim turks.

There were innumerable massacres throughout the Ottoman rule.

Bulgarians in the Ottoman empire were called by the racial slur Giaour, being frequently compared to the word Nigger.

By far the worst part of this racial and religious discrimination was the or the 'blood tax'.It was the act of kidnapping and detaining bulgarian male children.

After being kidnapped, the children were sent to turkish host families, where they were made fanatic muslims and members of the Janissary corps.

Afterwards the young Janissaries were sent to murder bulgarians, and in this way many of them were made to kill their relatives.

During the last two decades of the 18th and first decades of the 19th centuries the Balkan Peninsula dissolved into virtual anarchy, a period known in Bulgarian as the kurdjaliistvo.

Armed bands of Turks, called kurdjalii, plagued the area engaging in a murdering spree of the bulgarian peasants.Thousands were forced to flee to other cities, forests and mountains, and even foreign countries in order to avoid being killed and their offspring being raped.

It is an early case of state sponsored ethnic cleansing. Wikibin

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