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December, 2019

  • 30 December

    La wiphala et la secte de la fierté arc-en-ciel

    décembre 22, 2019Par Gearóid Ó Colmáin Le cartel narco-socialiste : Morales, le pape et le chaos en Bolivie – quatrième partie Lorsque Luis Fernando Camacho, le “citoyen engagé” est rentré dans le Palacio Quemado le 11 novembre dernier, il a placé une Bible sur le sol et a expliqué qu’il chassait la déesse païenne Pachamama du palais.  Bien que bon nombre de ses suiveurs avaient commencé à brûler le drapeau wiphala, qui est censé représenter les indigènes, Camacho a appelé de façon répétée à la tolérance et au respect du drapeau wiphala.  Puisque l’impérialisme “de gauche” américain a contribué à créer l’idéologie …

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  • 20 December

    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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  • 14 December

    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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