Krassimir Ivandjiiski

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Born15 June 1947
Vrabevo, Bulgaria
Alma materWarsaw School of Economics
ChildrenDaniel Ivandjiiski

Krassimir Ivanov Ivandjiiski is a former Soviet-era Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Trade official who, since 1994, has been the publisher and editor-in-chief of the Bulgarian political news website, Strogo Sekretno (English "Top Secret").[1]

Some say he was a senior member of the Bulgarian Committee for State Security, the Bulgarian equivalent of the KGB.[2]

Krassimir is also the father of Daniel Ivandjiiski, who is the founder of the US based financial website Zero Hedge; litigation in 2019 reported Krassimir as Daniel's father.[3]


He graduated from the English college in Sofia in 1966 and, in 1971, graduated from the Warsaw University of Planning and Economics with an M.Sc. in Foreign Trade. From 1973, Ivandjiiski worked at the Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Trade. In 1974, he became a member of the International Organization of Journalists (an organisation labelled as a front for Soviet propaganda).[3]

In 1975, he was an international correspondent for the Rabotnichesko Delo newspaper. From 1978 to 1982, he was head of the Bulgarian Offices for Central Europe: Prague, Warsaw, and Vienna; and from 1985 to 1990, was head of the Bulgarian Offices for Africa: Zimbabwe and Ethiopia.[4]

After the fall of communism in Eastern Europe, from 1991, Ivandjiiski states that he headed a political and economic think-tank group (the name of the group(s) are not given). From 1984 to 1994, he also states that he was a guest professor in geopolitics, geoeconomics and international relations.

Strogo Sekretno

Since 1994, Ivandjiiski has been the publisher and editor-in-chief of the website Strogo Sekretno (English "Top Secret"), and monthly publication Bulgarian Confidential.[3] Strogo Sekretno describes itself as: "Above all, Top Secret is a national political newspaper. It is the only independent newspaper in Bulgaria, which is the only real alternative to manipulated mass media."[5]

Strogo Sekretno has been criticized by The New Republic writer Seth Hettena as "antisemitic" and promoting misinformation, citing the example of an article portraying the COVID-19 pandemic as a Western Zionist "act of bioterrorism".[3]

The American Jewish Congress criticized a statement in their article saying that:[6]

“More than any other region of the planet, scientific researchers and investigative journalists alike throughout the Middle East appear to be fully abreast of the “Who” and “Why” behind this bioengineered coronavirus pandemic...The bottom line to the “Cio bono?” question is that Zionism always wins, while everyone always loses... China and Russia both lose. So does Iran. The US and UK will ultimately lose even though they might look like winners. India and Pakistan both lose. The entire Middle East loses again except Israel. Just watch how this pandemic evolves across the planet and we shall see who really started it from their safe haven.”

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