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The Wiphala Flag and Rainbow Pride Cult

Part IV of Narco-Socialist Cartel: Morales, the Pope and the Chaos in Bolivia When Luis Fernando Camacho, the right-wing “civic activist”, entered the Quemado palace in La Paz on 11 November, he placed a Bible on the ground and said he was driving out the pagan goddess Pachamama from the palace. Although many of his followers began to burn the wiphala flag, which is supposed to represent indigenous peoples, Camacho has repeatedly called for tolerance and respect for the wiphala flag. |As US “leftist” imperialism helped create the ideology of the wiphala flag, Camacho and his cronies will probably not …

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Imperial NGOs, Drugs and Cynical Geopolitics

Part III of Narco-Socialist Cartel: Morales, the Pope and the Chaos in Bolivia ‘Between October 2003 and July 2005, scores of factory and unemployed urban workers and Indian peasants were killed in the struggle for the nationalization of petroleum and gas, Bolivias’s most lucrative economic sector. Two presidents were overthrown by mass uprisings in tow and a half years for defending foreign ownership of the energy resources. Evo Morales did not participate in either uprising; in fact, he supported the hastily installed neo-liberal President Carlos Mesa until he, too, was driven from power.” James Petras, Rulers and Ruled in the …

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Les “fake news” de droite et de gauche dans la crise politique bolivienne

Le cartel narco-socialiste : le pape et le chaos en Bolivie, deuxième partie Les “fake news” de gauche et de droiteDepuis le coup d’état post-élection ou changement de régime du 11 novembre dernier en Bolivie, il a quelques déclarations qui circulent largement sur les réseaux sociaux et qui sont relayées sans recul critique par certains commentateurs. Par exemple, on affirme que la présidente par intérim Jeanine Añez aurait dit que les cultures indigènes sont satanistes. Les partisans de Morales ont affirmé qu’Añez a écrit le tweet ci-dessus dans lequel elle explique : “Je rêve d’une Bolivie libérée des rites indigènes …

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The French General Strike!

To solve the economic crisis, we need a government that ends the 1973 Rothschild Law, restores the Frank, border control, natalist policy and full employment economy.

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Fake News Left and Right in Bolivia’s Political Crisis

Part Two: Narco-Socialist Cartel: Morales the Pope and the Chaos in Bolivia Fake news left and right Since the post-election coup or regime change on 11 November in Bolivia, there are a few claims which have been circulating widely in social media and which are being relayed uncritically by certain commentators. For example, it is claimed that the interim president Jeanine Áñez said that Indigenous cultures were Satanic. It has been claimed by Morales supporters that Áñez wrote the above tweet in which she said, ” I dream of a Bolivia free from indigenous, Satanic rituals. The city is no place for …

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Le cartel narco-socialiste : Morales, le Pape et le chaos en Bolivie

novembre 28, 2019Par Gearóid Ó Colmáin Dans cette série en trois parties, je vais dévoiler les crimes du régime de Morales en Bolivie et démontrer qu’il a été un atout de l’impérialisme, plutôt qu’un opposant. Partie un : un écologiste narcotrafiquant menant une guerre contre la classe ouvrière L’éviction du président bolivien Evo Morales le 10 novembre dernier par l’opposition de droite soutenue par les États-Unis, a été décrite comme étant un coup d’état classique de la CIA. Etant donné la reconnaissance immédiate du gouvernement par intérim de Jeanine Anez Chávez, le changement de régime semble être une victoire pour l’administration Trump. …

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Narco-Socialist Cartel: Morales, the Pope and the Chaos in Bolivia

In this three-part series, I will expose the crimes of the Morales regime in Bolivia and show how he has been an asset of imperialism, rather than an opponent. Part One: A Narco-trafficking environmentalist wages war on the working class. The ousting of President Evo Morales of Bolivia on 10 November by the US-backed right-wing opposition is being described as a classic CIA coup. Given the immediate recognition of the interim government under Jeanine Añez Chávez, the regime change appears to be a victory for the Trump administration. Addressing the Sao Paulo Forum, former Spanish Prime Minister José Luís Rodríguez …

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Chile’s Protesters are Tools of Neoliberalism

source: The social uprising which has occurred in recent weeks in Chile has made unanimous news: rising living costs, soaring inequalities, privatised public services, poor pensions — these are the reasons Chile’s masses are on the streets. The average salary in Chile is $778 a month, while the cost of living is comparable to Western Europe! 1% of the country’s population owns 26.5% of the wealth. So, there is no doubt about the necessity to radically reduce inequality in the country. But is this social movement part of a revolutionary uprising in Latin America against capitalism? I will argue here …

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