Plamen Paskov, Bulgarian presidential candidate and one of the leaders of the Bulgarian Renaissance Party. Interest in the political situation in the Balkans in the context of the global political crisis prompted an interview with this bright leader of a political force in a brother country that has temporarily been occupied by the US and whose leadership voices the opinion of its occupiers. There are forces in Bulgaria that are able to oppose the liberal trend and defend the interests of the people, rather than those of overseas moneybags.
Interviewed by Vasily Melnichenko
– Plamen, describe the causes and nature of the Third World War that is unfolding before our eyes.
– This war is different in that it has no fronts, it is multifocal, it is not between countries, but between two factions – the globalists and isolationists. The two forces are clashing. The isolationists are conservatives, traditionalists and many others. The globalists are liberals, financiers and many others. These are not general concepts, but descriptions of models of the desired and projected future. Very crude, very simplistic, with the risk of being inaccurate because of the simplification. We can say that the globalists want to preserve the monopoly value of the federal reserve system and the reserve dollar. They are prepared to solve the financial problems of the US at the expense of the rest of the world by, if necessary, reducing the population of the rest of the world. The isolationists want to solve the world’s financial and economic problems by losing the monopoly value of the dollar and denying the US a monopoly centre. They want to divide the world into macro-regions. These macro-regions should have their own regional decision-makers, and they should not be credited with the federal reserve dollar, but with money tied to the gold standard and to gold credits.
– What is the point of such a switch from one dependency system to another for the global players.
– At the time of 2011, the so-called isolationists already had about seventy-five per cent of physical certified bank gold on their hands. They too want to rule the world, but with other tools. The isolationists see the world in a different financial and energy system. In this war between globalists and isolationists we are dealing with two very different value, energy, technological, economic frameworks. Each of these groups sees its existence only on one condition – the physical elimination of the enemy groups.
– Who are these people?
– The same surnames have owned the main wealth and lands in Europe for hundreds of years consistently, despite all the political and military perturbations. We can walk through all the surnames of the richest people in the world and see that in all wars these surnames have not suffered. Whereas at the beginning of the twentieth century banking was a service business with a return of 5 to 7 per cent, by the end of the twentieth century the return on banking grew to fifty-seven per cent of total profits. From being the servants of all economic processes, they became the lawmakers. They began to tell everyone what to do and how to do it.
– What should we be afraid of?
– We live in an era of transition from the fifth to the sixth technological mode. The sixth technological stage is characterized by nanotechnology and digitalization. Translated, this means that the importance of human labour is reduced tenfold. Recall that in 2017, 67 percent of Korean cars were produced with zero human involvement. If a robot can assemble five thousand parts into a product, what is the need for so much humanity?
– What do you think of genetic weapons as a biologist?
– Genetic weapons are the reality of today. Nanotechnology, combined with computer technology, allows genetic information to be calculated and manipulated with incredible precision. Genetic weapons laboratories have been operating since 2003.
And think how these weapons could easily reach their targets. No Customs would see the bacteria you smuggle in underneath your nail polish or as perfume on the shoulder of a dainty dress.
– What role can a small country like Bulgaria play in this global scramble?
– Forty kilometres from Bulgaria there is the biggest US Air Force base since Ramstein, in Kosovo. When you have a military occupation, you have few options. But when you have sovereignty like North Korea, you behave differently. North Korea is almost the same as Bulgaria in terms of territory. After the end of the Korean War, the DPRK had a population of five million. Now the population of the DPRK is 27 million. It’s probably from hunger and the lack of European values that people multiply as a means to combat hunger. In 1989, Bulgaria had a population of nine and a half million. Now it’s about five million. But we have the European Union, democracy and other European niceties. Of the three Russian states – Russia, Ukraine and Belarus – the smallest, Belarus, has preserved the maximum independence and has the highest standard of living.