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Like Túpac Katari, indigenous Aymara leader more than 200 years ago, confronting the Spaniards, Evo Morales was betrayed and 'dismembered' by his own people, recruited and paid by the agents of the most destructive, nefarious and murderous dark elite that governs and has governed for over two hundred years our planet:
With their worthless
fiat-Ponzi-pyramid money, the made-out-of-thin-air US dollar,
they create poverty throughout the globe, then buy off the weak and
poor to plot against the very leaders that have worked for years to
improve their social conditions.
The list of victim-countries includes, but is not exhaustive,
Then there ,
...and the lawless rulers of the universe are attempting to "regime change",
...and on a larger scale,
(I just returned
from China - where the Government and people are fully aware what
Washington's intentions are behind every move they make).
These African leaders backed by Africom keep the African population in check, so they will not stand up. In case they won't quite manage, "they" created the fear-squad called, Boko Haram, an off-spring of ISIS / IS - the Islamic State, created by the same creator,
The latter represents the European US-puppet allies; they keep raping Africa and reaping the benefits of her plentiful natural resources, and foremost, make sure that Africans stay subdued and quiet.
Those who don't may easily be "disappeared". It's Africa...
But, have "they" noticed,
Africa is moving, is gradually waking up?
The list goes on with Eastern European EU countries, mostly former Soviet republics or Soviet satellites.
They are EU members thanks to the UK, Washington's mole in the EU, or as I like to call it - the European non-union - no Constitution, no solidarity, no common vision. They are all fiercely anti-Russia and most are also anti-Europe, but are made to - and love to eat and drink from the bowl of the EU-handouts, compliments of EU taxpayers.
That's about the state of the affairs we are in.
There is, of course, much more coercion going on, but you get the picture.
But the empire never gives up.
That is a golden rule
written in their unofficial Constitution,
the PNAC (Plan for a New American
Century), the writing of which has begun just after WWII, is
regularly adjusted and updated, even name-changed (from Pax
Americana to PNAC), but is still very much alive and
And as we know from the rapidly growing Green Movement, the future is out of hydrocarbon-driven into electric cars.
No matter how the electricity is produced and how much environmental damage is done in producing the new flag, but still individual 'mobility'.
As neoliberal economists would say,
The first of the two US-imposed Presidents at the turn of the century, was Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada, also called "Goni", who privatized Bolivia's rich hydrocarbon resources to foreign, mostly US, petro-corporations for a pittance.
He was "elected" in 2002 against the indigenous, Aymara candidate, Evo Morales.
When Goni was disposed of in a bloody people's coup (about 60 dead) in 2003, he was replaced by his Vice-President, Carlos Mesa, the very key opponent of Evo's, in the 20 October 2019 elections - who, following the same line of Goni's privatization policies, was also overthrown by the Bolivian people in 2005.
This led to a new election late in 2005 - and that's when Evo finally won by a landslide and started his Presidency in January 2006.
What he has achieved in
his almost 14 years of Presidency is just remarkable - more than
significant reductions of poverty, unemployment, analphabetism,
increase in health indicators, in national reserves, in minimum
wages, pension benefits, affordable housing - in general wellbeing,
or as Evo calls it, "living well".
This moment was the
election three weeks ago. Preparation for the coup intensified a few
months before, when Bolivia's Vice-President, Álvaro Marcelo
García Linera, told the media that every day there were reports
that US Embassy agents were interfering in the country's internal
and local affairs.
Under normal circumstances it's is virtually impossible that in a few days a candidate picks up that much of a difference. The election result was Mesa 37% and Morales 47% which would give Morales a first-round win, as the winning candidate needs a margin of ten points.
However, already before
the final tally was in, the OAS, the US and the usual puppets,
the European Union, complained
about election 'irregularities' - when the only irregularities were
manufactured in the first place, namely the drastic increase in
Mesa's percentage from 22 to 37 points.
The protests lasted for about three weeks during which at least three people died, when last Sunday, November 10, Evo was "suggested" by the military brass, supported by the OAS (US) to step down with his entire entourage, or else.
He resigned, because he wanted the riots to stop and his countrymen to continue living in peace. But violence hasn't stopped, to the contrary, the opposition has become fiercer in their racist attacks on indigenous people, targeting them with live ammunition.
The dead toll as of today
has reached at least 20.
But she was also forced to resign, and so were Victor Borda, the leader of the Chamber, and Rubén Medinaceli, First Vice President of the Senate.
They all had to resign.
Evo has since said he wants to return to Bolivia, to be there for the millions of his supporters.
Yes, still a sizable majority of Bolivians support Evo and his Movement towards Socialism (MAS). There is a mass of peaceful unarmed Evo supporting demonstrators, growing every day.
They are being brutally beaten by US trained and "bought" police and military forces. Indeed, the commander of Bolivia's armed forces, Williams Kaliman, served in earlier days as a military attaché at the Bolivian Embassy in Washington.
During that time he was secretly 'recruited' to be trained by what then was called the School of the Americas, and which is now the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation, located at Fort Benning near Columbus, Georgia.
Apparently Kaliman was
not the only one of high-ranking Bolivian military and police
officers having been subjected to this torturer and coup plotter
As a consequence,
Parliament had suspended its session due to the lack of quorum.
But who could blame the judges of the Constitutional Court?
They want to be on the right side of the fence, now that the Americans are soon expected to rule the country. Ms. Añez is from the right-wing Social Democrat Movement (not to confuse with MAS = movement towards socialism), and she is known to be fiercely anti-Morales.
If her coronation looks and sounds like the one of Juan Guaidó in Venezuela, it is because her self-nomination is like Juan Guido's, a US-supported farce. Washington has immediately recognized Ms. Jeanine Añez as (interim) President of Bolivia.
She, as well as Carlos
Mesa, have been groomed to become the next Bolivian leaders, when
new elections are held - probably sometime in January 2020.
Especially, Carlos Mesa is well known as a US-supporter from his
earlier failed stint at the Bolivian Presidency (2003 - 2005).
That says it all, where Bolivia is headed, unless - unless another people's revolution will stop this nefarious course.
Ms. Añez apparently has
since removed the tweet.
Camacho, a religious
bible fanatic, received support from Colombia, Brazil and the
Venezuelan opposition - and, of course, he is the US henchman to
lead the 'coup' internally.
Still, there is hope...
Bolivians are known to be sturdy and staunch defenders of their rights. They have proven that best in the overthrow of two foreign-imposed successive Presidents in 2003 and 2005, "Goni" and Carlos Mesa respectively.
They brought their
Aymaran Evo Morales to power in 2006, by an internationally
observed, fully democratic election.
There is movement in Brazil, where Lula was just released from Prison, against the will of Brazil's fascist also foreign, i.e. US-imposed, Jair Bolsonaro.
Granted, Lula's release
from prison is temporary, but with the massive people's support he
musters, it will be difficult for Bolsonaro to put him back in
prison - and preserve his Presidency.
That too is a sign for an awakening of the people.
And the enduring
resistance against North America's aggression by Venezuela, Cuba and
Nicaragua, are all positive vibes for Bolivia - not to be trampled