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    Post  LMFS on Sun Nov 01, 2020 10:57 am

    I am still wondering what the hell has happened in Bolivia, the coup regime seemed to have things under control and full US support. They have collapsed overnight as if US was not supporting them anymore? Of course nothing would be more poetic than those fascist scumbags facing the same kind of "justice" they were imposing on MAS. Armed forces need to be cleaned upside down, the same as intelligence, media and police. Elites will need to ask the rest of the colonial criminals in exile in Miami to free some space for them over there... otherwise I would not understand what the hell MAS is thinking on.
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    Post  franco on Sun Nov 01, 2020 2:06 pm

    Nothing personal, just business. Mordor's voice on the "revolution" in Bolivia

    Do you remember the "people's revolution" in Bolivia that took place about a year ago? When the "rebellious people" drove out the hated irreplaceable president Evo Morales . They even wanted to arrest him and try him for bullying his people, but, fortunately, the leader of the state managed to leave the country.

    One can say about that “revolution” - not everything is so simple. In fact, Evo Morales was not a bad president at all. Even good. Of course, not for everyone, but for the majority of Bolivians - for sure. For the part that is historically humiliated and destitute. First of all, it is the indigenous population, the Indians. Morales did everything to improve their lives. He achieved great success in this matter. And when he was overthrown, a civil war almost broke out in the country, because the people from the provinces rose to defend the president - the very poor part of the population, mainly Indians. Then they were at least calmed down, even force was used. Yes, and support for this "revolution" was decent - the entire "civilized world" welcomed the victory in Bolivia, democracy. The USA was especially zealous, but this is not surprising. Much indicatesthat the roots of the Bolivian "revolution" are there. And the reason for the pain in the teeth is banal - minerals that are necessary for the leader of the "free world". And the bad Morales restricted access to them, unfairly considering them a national treasure.

    It seems that democracy and freedom in Bolivia won. Deputy Speaker of Parliament Jeanine Agnes became the interim president , and a passionate friendship began with the "older brother", the United States. And it seemed that everything was so clearly and beautifully done that Bolivia was already in your pocket and would soon become another cherished Anchuria from the famous novel by O'Henry . But they did not complete it. It was necessary to be more careful. In general, the presidential elections were held in Bolivia, the victory in them was won ... by the ally of the same Evo Morales, Luis Arce . All the achievements of the "uprising" were lost overnight. The people showed the price of the very "revolution", which, in its essence, was the most common pro-American coup d'etat, carried out according to all the canons and manuals.

    Of course, no one will forget the past year. Neither Evo Morales nor his associates. The country is investigating how it happened that a minority ruled from abroad, albeit for a short time, managed to take power. And many feel that a quiet life for them ends, and the result may be a court verdict. There is only one way out for them in this situation - to immediately leave the country, requesting political asylum somewhere. First of all, of course, in the USA. But then one incident happened: Jeanine Agnes and her 350 associates decided to get American visas, but ... they were refused! Just some kind of collapse of hopes, a real betrayal. These people struggled for US interests in Bolivia, and in the end they were simply dumped as a used rubber product.

    And what's most interesting is that the United States does this on a regular basis. Apparently, they did not read "The Little Prince" by Antoine de Saint-Exupery . And even if they did, they still do not consider any aborigines they were using as their own. Not so long ago, the Americans abandoned their allies, the Kurds, in Syria, who literally shed their blood while fighting ISIS 1 (banned in the Russian Federation). Merit means nothing to Americans. There is only a political advantage and conjuncture. Nothing personal, just business. And now Jeanine Agnes and her associates, most likely, will have to answer for everything committed before the Bolivian court. Unless, of course, they find another country to escape. For example, Colombia. But the fact is that, having learned about the refusal of the United States to rescue their charges, they may also start twirling their noses there.

    This story is textbook. Probably, it needs to be kept in mind by everyone who, in order to curry favor with the United States, is ready to sacrifice the interests of their country and their people. And many should strain themselves up and think about what the big stars and stripes host will do when he no longer needs the used political material. You do not need to look for the answer for a long time - it will be thrown into the trash. This applies to absolutely everyone. With no exceptions.

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    Post  kvs on Sun Nov 01, 2020 3:54 pm

    LMFS wrote:I am still wondering what the hell has happened in Bolivia, the coup regime seemed to have things under control and full US support. They have collapsed overnight as if US was not supporting them anymore? Of course nothing would be more poetic than those fascist scumbags facing the same kind of "justice" they were imposing on MAS. Armed forces need to be cleaned upside down, the same as intelligence, media and police. Elites will need to ask the rest of the colonial criminals in exile in Miami to free some space for them over there... otherwise I would not understand what the hell MAS is thinking on.

    I think that there is an underlying evolution of the "developing" world that makes it harder and harder to control.   Morales was genuinely popular and
    the Bolivian people simply did not abide by the US meddling.    At the end of the day power rests on people obeying and conforming.   If people do not
    then all you have is a bunch of "deciders" screeching out their orders with nobody listening and no real power being wielded.    

    A critical mass of patriotic people has established itself in different parts of Bolivian society from government to even business that made Uncle Swine-shit's
    usual coup routine no longer viable.    We also see this in Venezuela.   Maduro is not staying in power through repression.   The US appointed opposition
    is not popular and has no traction.   Just like Navalny in Russia.   But in Russia, US stooges are an even bigger joke.

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    Post  GarryB on Sun Nov 01, 2020 8:54 pm

    I do love the irony of US machinations to secure access to strategically important minerals important to the US economy and getting foiled.... BY DEMOCRACY.... hahahahahahaahahahaha.... delicious... Laughing

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    Post  franco on Mon Nov 02, 2020 7:23 am

    https://thiscantbehappening.net/two-latin-american-victories-for-equality-and-sovereignty/
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    Post  magnumcromagnon on Sun Nov 08, 2020 10:05 am

    Luis Acre has just been sworn in, but it's just a matter of time before Joe Bidet and Koala Harris restart the meddling.
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    Post  franco on Mon Nov 09, 2020 5:09 pm

    Kawsachun News
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    8h
    Evo Morales is back in his country. 11 months of exile due to the US-backed coup, but he is now back as the leader of the Bolivian people.

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    Post  kvs on Mon Nov 09, 2020 5:29 pm

    franco wrote:Kawsachun News
    @KawsachunNews
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    Evo Morales is back in his country. 11 months of exile due to the US-backed coup, but he is now back as the leader of the Bolivian people.

    I hope he does not get murdered by some tool of the rotten elites in Bolivia. "No man, no problem" (falsely attributed to Stalin).

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    Post  magnumcromagnon on Tue Nov 17, 2020 6:12 pm

    The two most important figures of Bolivia's coup regime, former Ministers
    @ArturoMurilloS
    &
    @Ferlopezjulio1
    have fled the country so as to escape justice.

    Police have revealed that Murillo is in Panama and López is in Brazil. They both left on November 9th, the day Evo returned.
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    https://twitter.com/KawsachunNews/status/1328764417622872065

    Bolivia's courts have issued arrest warrants for the two most senior figures of the coup regime, Interior Minister Arturo Murillo and Defense Minister Fernando Lopez. These charges are for corruption in relation to the purchase of tear gas.
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    https://twitter.com/KawsachunNews/status/1328513062727454723

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    Post  kvs on Tue Nov 17, 2020 8:16 pm

    Real democrats. The best American supported freedom lovers that money can buy.


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    Post  magnumcromagnon on Thu Nov 19, 2020 1:11 pm

    Last year, Bolivia's coup regime temporarily censored RT, they were taken off air for covering the anti-coup protests. Now, Bolivia's state channel is playing RT packages on their news show. Media freedom & plurality restored.
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    https://twitter.com/OVargas52/status/1329200165446619140

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    Post  kvs on Thu Nov 19, 2020 3:13 pm

    Check out the moronic comment from the SJW Trump derangement syndrome victim below this tweet. Yeah, RT is all about
    goosestepping Nazi domination. These fucks should listen to themselves talk. They not only sound like retards they are retards.
    Funny how real Nazis in Banderastan who have put Hitler's butcher quisling Bandera on a pedestal and worship him daily as well
    as try to make Hitler sound like a liberator are not an issue for these SJW drones. As long as CNN says it's OK, then there
    is no problem. The definition of a hive mind.

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    Post  magnumcromagnon on Wed Nov 25, 2020 5:20 pm

    Bolivian police confirmed the former leaders of the far-right coup regime are now living in the US, which had sponsored them.

    This includes de facto coup leader Arturo Murillo, a fascist whose family allegedly includes Croatian Nazis who fled after WWII.

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    Bolivian Police Confirm Presence of Coup Authorities in the US

    https://twitter.com/BenjaminNorton/status/1331630673946357765

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    Post  Hole on Thu Nov 26, 2020 5:13 am

    What a surprise.
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    Post  par far on Thu Nov 26, 2020 9:03 am

    magnumcromagnon wrote:
    Bolivian police confirmed the former leaders of the far-right coup regime are now living in the US, which had sponsored them.

    This includes de facto coup leader Arturo Murillo, a fascist whose family allegedly includes Croatian Nazis who fled after WWII.

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    Bolivian Police Confirm Presence of Coup Authorities in the US

    https://twitter.com/BenjaminNorton/status/1331630673946357765


    Too bad, a bullet did not enter his brain.
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    Post  kvs on Thu Nov 26, 2020 9:03 am

    Hole wrote:What a surprise.

    Yeah, real popular politicians. The choice of the people. Just exactly which people is not specified but rather clear from
    their behaviour.


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