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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Volen Siderov
The leader of an anti-immigrant, ultranationalist party in Bulgaria is denouncing U.S. Ambassador James Warlick for meeting with a newly formed group of independent lawmakers, including some who bolted his political movement.
An immigrant-bashing politician and cable TV talk-show host in Bulgaria is accusing U.S. Ambassador James Warlick of threatening him when he demanded that the United States pay rent for the use of Bulgarian military bases.
"We are traditionally an Orthodox country. That's what it says in the constitution," Mr. Siderov told Nova TV. "We hope there are enough patriots in the National Assembly to ban the construction of mosques."
"He met with MPs who had withdrawn or had been excluded from their parliamentary groups, whom he assured of his support ... without taking into account the extremely negative public attitude toward the ugly phenomenon involving the restructuring of the political system and the so-called parliamentary nomadism," Mr. Siderov said in a draft resolution.