The book includes the petition "No to Bokova for UN" and a media reflection on the candidacy of Irina Bokova, the Director-General of UNESCO, for Secretary-General of the United Nations (Election 2016). The nomination of Bokova (2016) by the Bulgarian government was against the will of the progressive Bulgarians and without a public debate between the two Bulgarian candidates - Irina Bokova and Kristalina Georgieva. This has divided the Bulgarian nation and showed how the roots of the Communist regime (1944-1989) are still imbedded in the present Bulgarian politics. The corruption of Irina Bokova as a General Director of UNESCO (e.g. overspending of UNESCO money for personal goals at the expenses of UNESCO budget, misusing of her position for accepting meaningless for UNESCO awards, and getting endorsements from people who are dependent on UNESCO) - these are only some of the arguments for why Bokova endangers humanity and the UN, and together with her close collaborator, the Russian President Putin, will corrupt the UN in a communist manner.