Bolivia Coup: Is Washington Pulling the Strings?

Does it seem like we’ve seen this movie before? Populist Latin American leader on the outs with Washington finds himself facing a coup? This time it’s Bolivia’s Evo Morales, who resigned the presidency on Sunday and was granted asylum by Mexico. Is Washington involved? And why bother with relatively unimportant Bolivia? Watch today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

11 thoughts on “Bolivia Coup: Is Washington Pulling the Strings?”

  1. Is there any coup, election, “revolution,” etc. that happens anywhere on Earth that is not heavily influenced/controlled by the US government/CIA/NSA/Deep State? Has there been one during the past 50 years at least that did not have US fingerprints all over it? 75? 100? And that INCLUDES every US election as well.

    1. Paranoid. Been reading too much Infowars lately? To answer your question, David – yes, there are elections in the world that happen without being controlled by the CIA. Yes, there are coups that happen without being controlled by the CIA. Yes, they are revolutions that happen without being controlled by the CIA. Maybe you should look for proof before you assume something.

      But your house is controlled. We see you right now. We got you. I see you stroking that scruffy beard, if you can call it that, and adjusting your glasses. I know what’s in your browser history. The CIA sees all, David.

  2. “Does it seem like we’ve seen this movie before? Populist Latin American
    leader on the outs with Washington finds himself facing a coup? … Is Washington involved?”

    Who needs a shred of evidence when you can make claims without facts, but put a question mark behind them so you can say “Hey, I was just asking”?

    He wanted to scrap the constitution so he could keep ruling and the voters voted no. Then he got the kritarchy to approve it and overrule the people. Then he pushed propaganda through the schools and government media and allied labor unions, as usual. “Democracy” like controlled Sweden. But people in Bolivia are poorer and living in a region where people are more used to taking matters in their own hands, so they removed him. This was a domestic action, it wasn’t the CIA. They aren’t everywhere.

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