Thursday, November 14, 2019

The American Run Coup In Bolivia: Lessons To Learn From The Coup In Bolivia!

I have been asked since last week as to WHY I had not posted up any articles about the "coup" in the South American country of Bolivia.... I honestly had been waiting for news to see if the residing President of that land-locked nation, Evo Morales, would be able to fight back and get back his Presidency in a "counter-coup", but that did not materialize... As of the issuing of this article at my blog, Evo Morales is now out of Bolivia and is right now living in asylum in Mexico....

I had long realized that any 'coup' in the Americas would indeed be run by the criminals in the US Government, as they want to continue to keep their hegemony over ALL nations in both South and North America... We have watched and have been waiting for the next step in the American push to have President Nicolas Maduro overthrown in the South American nation of Venezuela, but that has not materialized as of yet... The American (and Canadian) government has decided to try to strangle Venezuela economically and wait until the people of Venezuela had had "enough" and would either overthrow Maduro or basically "starve to death"... Luckily that has not yet happened....

The thing that I found interesting about this American run "coup" in Bolivia is; WHY NOW?  And why push for this change in government in that nation at all?   Something seemed terribly amiss, and I have been like everyone else and looking for the real answers....

BUT... In the meantime, several other bloggers have tackled this ongoing coup in Bolivia, and I want to present a pretty good one that comes courtesy of the Moon Of Alabama website, at This one is entitled: "Lessons To Learn From The Coup In Bolivia" and does indeed give an excellent summary of the events of this coup as well as what will be the aftermath of this change of government for the good people of Bolivia... Here in fact is that article in its entirety, and I do have additional thoughts and comments to follow:

Lessons To Learn From The Coup In Bolivia

The coup in Bolivia is devastating for the majority of the people in that country. Are their lessons to be learnt from it?
Andrea Lobo writes at WSWS:
Bolivian president Evo Morales of the Movement Toward Socialism (MAS) party was forced to resign Sunday evening by the Bolivian military in a coup backed by the United States. Last night, Morales tweeted that he is “leaving for Mexico” after that country agreed to grant him asylum. 
After three weeks of protests following the disputed October 20 presidential elections, the imperialist powers and their Bolivian client elite have overthrown the government of Morales. In the context of a deepening crisis of global capitalism and a resurgence of the class struggle internationally, including recent mass strikes among miners and doctors in Bolivia, the ruling class lost confidence that Morales and the MAS apparatus can continue to suppress social opposition.
During his twelve years in office Evo Morales achieved quite a lot of good things:
Illiteracy rates:
2006 13.0%, 2018 2.4%
Unemployment rates
2006 9.2%, 2018 4.1%
Moderate poverty rates
2006 60.6%, 2018 34.6%
Extreme poverty rates
2006 38.2%, 2018 15.2%
But Morales failed to build the defenses that are necessary to make such changes permanent. The leadership of the military and police stood against him. Why were these men in such positions?
Jeb Sprague @JebSprague - 20:19 UTC · Nov 11, 2019
The US coup connection
Officials who forced #Evo to resign worked as #Bolivia's Mil. Attachés in DC. The CIA often seeks to recruit Attachés working in DC.
2013: Gen. Kaliman served as Mil. Attaché
2018: Police Com. Calderón Mariscal was Pres. of APALA in DC
The Agregados Policiales de América Latina (APALA) is supposed to fight international organized crime in Latin America. It is curiously hosted in Washington DC.

These police and military men cooperated with a racist Christian-fascist multi-millionaire to bring Morales down.

Morales had clearly won a fourth term in the the October 20 elections. The vote count was confusing (pdf) because it followed the process defined by the Organization of American States:
The [Tribunal Supremo Electoral, or TSE] has two vote-counting systems. The first is a quick count known as the Transmisión de Resultados Electorales Preliminares (TREP, hereafter referred to as the quick count). This is a system that Bolivia and several other Latin American countries have implemented following OAS recommendations. It was implemented for the 2019 election by a private company in conjunction with the Servicio de Registro Cívico (SERECÍ), the civil registry service, and is designed to deliver a swift —but incomplete and not definitive- result on the night of the elections to give the media an indication of the voting tendency and to inform the public.
The early and incomplete numbers let it seem that Morales had not won the 10% lead he needed to avert a second round of voting. The rural districts in which Morales has high support are usually late to report results and were not included. The complete results showed that Morales had won more than the 10% lead he needed to avoid a runoff.
Kevin Cashman @kevinmcashman - 1:36 UTC · Nov 11, 2019
Eventually, the official count was released: Morales won in the first round 47.08% to 36.51%. If you had been watching the polls before the election, 5 out of 6 of them predicted the same result. Weird to have a fraud that matches up with polls.
Poll Tracker: Bolivia's 2019 Presidential Race
To allege false election results to instigate color revolutions or coups is a typical instrument of U.S. interference. In 2009 Mahmoud Ahmedinejad won his second term in the Iranian presidential elections. The U.S. supported oppositions raised a ruckus even as the results fit perfectly with previous polling.

The OAS which recommended the quick count scheme that allows for such manipulations receives 60% of its budget from Washington DC.

Western media do not call the coup in Bolivia a coup because it was what the U.S. wanted to happen:
Army generals appearing on television to demand the resignation and arrest of an elected civilian head of state seems like a textbook example of a coup. And yet that is certainly not how corporate media are presenting the weekend’s events in Bolivia.
No establishment outlet framed the action as a coup; instead, President Evo Morales “resigned” (ABC News11/10/19), amid widespread “protests” (CBS News11/10/19) from an “infuriated population” (New York Times11/10/19) angry at the “election fraud” (Fox News11/10/19) of the “full-blown dictatorship” (Miami Herald,11/9/19). When the word “coup” is used at all, it comes only as an accusation from Morales or another official from his government, which corporate media have been demonizing since his election in 2006 (FAIR.org5/6/098/1/124/11/19).
The poor and indigenous people who supported Morales will have little chance against the far right para-militaries and police (vid) who now go from door to door(vid) to round up leftists and Morales supporters.

Evo Morales found asylum in Mexico. Bolivia will now turn into a neoliberal hell and a quasi-dictatorship. It will take time, a lot of effort and probably a civil war to regain what was lost through this coup.

What can one learn from this?
  • As one person remarked to me: "When one wants to win and keep a socialist revolution one has to bring guillotines."
  • Socialist movements who come into power must neutralize their biggest local enemies. They need to build their own defenses. They can not rely on those institutions, like the military and police, they inherit from previous regimes.
  • Such movements must never rely on U.S. affiliated organizations like the OAS or on military and police personal that had come under U.S. indoctrination. 
  • A movement needs a public voice. It must build its own media locally and internationally.
Hugo Chavez knew this all this. As soon as he won the presidential election in Venezuela he built the necessary forces to defend the state. It is the only reason why his successor Nicolás Maduro defeated the coup attempt against him and is still in power.

Evo Morales unfortunately failed to follow that path.

Posted by b on November 12, 2019 at 18:08 UTC

NTS Notes: One thing that I had discovered in my own research on Bolivia is the fact that Bolivia is one very rich nation in terms of natural resources... Bolivia does in fact produce almost 1/2 of the world's supply of Lithium that is in increasingly high demand for a wide list of electronic devices... Then we have the fact that Bolivia does indeed have a wealth of untapped important metals, including a large amount of Gold and other valuable metals, that the US would indeed want to control....

Another thing that I was not aware of is the FACT that Evo Morales had turned away from the Rothschild criminal Jewish central banking cartel and had introduced into Bolivia a new central bank that did not bleed the Bolivian people with odious debt.... And the results have been extraordinary as that list above showed.. The  Bolivian people were actually beginning to prosper without a Jewish controlled central bank disaster... THIS may be, above all other factors, the real reason why the US went into Bolivia to overthrow Morales!

As this Moon Of Alabama site shows, Morales did so much good for his own people that I would bet anything that the criminals that run this planet got angry and demanded his overthrow... The criminal Jewish elite absolutely do not want any of their slave nations to escape their evil grasp, and I can guarantee they ordered their American puppets to have Morales removed immediately so that they can bring back in their central bank and re-enslave the Bolivian people to their odious debt!   Morales failed to see that he was in defiance of these bastards and did not work to build a proper defense against a possible coup, or overthrow by force..

So now we will see Bolivia and the Bolivian people start to suffer immensely as poverty, crime, endless debt, and other factors associated with Jewish run central banking controlled nations entail..... This is indeed a lesson for any nation that wants real freedom that they must guard against the criminals that run this planet for they will do anything necessary to maintain their evil grip and enslavement of us all..

More to come



Greg Bacon said...

Israel is a ‘Terrorist State’: Seven Times Bolivia and Morales Took a Stance for Palestine

Palestinians see in Bolivia, although geopolitically removed from the Middle East, a true friend, and a trusted ally. On the other hand, the resignation of Morales is welcomed news in Tel Aviv.

Highlighted below are seven instances where Bolivia, under Morales, showed the type of solidarity with the Palestinian people that was, at times, unparalleled anywhere else in the world:

Well worth the read. Makes on wonder how much influence Jared the Snake and his narcissistic bimbo wife played in this revolution. One less voice to protest the coming carpet-bombing of Palestine by Nuttyahoo, who will do anything to stay in power and avoid prison.

Easy for Jared the Snake to get that Deal of the Century if there's less Gazans to say NO.

greencrow said...

I note that Chrystia Freeland is "hesitating" to recognize the Bolivian "Guido" [who has said some very disparaging things about the Bolivian indigenous peoples}. With the risk of alienating the indigenous in Canada...perhaps a week or so delay is in order.

Northerntruthseeker said...

Yes, I saw that Aletho News article, Greg...... Thanks though for the heads up...

I am not shocked at all that sicko Jewess freak Freeland is in on thisc Crow.... It does make you wonder how deep the sicko Liberals are involved in this coup..

Chris said...

I read the other day that CIA has stopped toppling governments a long time back...LOL...Its all for Lithium because the elites are pushing for Electric Cars the world over..Now, US corporation will have full access to Lithium deposits

SpiritualWarfareHyperboreanSOURCE said...

In other words, the solution for the dystopia 1984 is the 1930s. The national socialist gave timelines for the usurper's jews to move out, the ones that didnt were sent to concentration camps. If you study historical revisionism you have to know the real state of this camps, more like country clubs. #Holohoax.... More than ever I believe the good guys lost ww2.