The International Herald Tribune has published another article on the European Union. Amazingly, this time Bulgaria is not mentioned in the headline as “the most corrupt” country. Probably because Italy, Spain and France are way ahead of us in obtaining farm subsidies?
Your newspaper named Bulgaria as a corrupt, or even the most corrupt country in the European Union. While I don’t mind if you have named certain individuals to be corrupt, I must react strongly on behalf of the Internet Society of Bulgaria, that such a generalization is not correct. This generalization is equal to naming countries different names because of some of their citizens, or rulers. We have seen that in the recent European history quite a lot.
I wonder why suddenly the IHT has stopped bashing my country? Any ideas?