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Right-wing coup attempt is underway in Bolivia

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- Fri, 25 Oct 2019 11:18:26 EST L3zo7DjP No.180327
File: 1572016706766.jpg -(39146B / 38.23KB, 780x439) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Right-wing coup attempt is underway in Bolivia
https://www.telesurenglish.net/news/Evo-Morales-Warns-Coup-Attempt-Underway-in-Bolivia-20191023-0002.html
>Bolivia’s leftist President Evo Morales gave a press conference early Wednesday morning in which he warned that a right-wing coup attempt is being carried out so as to stop the full counting of votes, and annul the result of Sunday's elections if it gives Morales a first-round victory.

>“A coup is underway, carried out by the right-wing with foreign support...what are the methods of this coup attempt? They’re not recognizing or waiting for election results, they’re burning down electoral courts, they want to proclaim the second-place candidate as the winner”, Morales told journalists assembled.

>Morales pointed to the fact he is in the first place and reiterated his victory. However, he also stated that “we are just waiting for the electoral court to report the results, I'm nearly certain that with the vote of the rural areas that we will win in the first round, even though the preliminary results show that we’ve won, but we are respectful and will wait for the official results from the electoral court. I say to the international press, our triumphs have always been with the rural vote.”

>Morales also thanked the Bolivian people for giving his ‘Movement Towards Socialism’ party majority in the legislature, though pointing out that his party has so far fallen short of a two-thirds supermajority.

>Anti-government right-wing protests turned violent Monday with numerous violent attacks took place across the country as preliminary results indicated that leftist President Evo Morales is on course for a first-round victory. Attacks included the burning down of vote counting centers and assaulting Indigenous supporters of Morales.
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Cedric Guttingforth - Fri, 25 Oct 2019 11:47:09 EST 7JoJFPdO No.180330 Reply
Hey hey CIA, how many kids did you kill today?
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Jenny Saddlelotch - Fri, 25 Oct 2019 13:50:42 EST GW1axdWk No.180335 Reply
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>whoops venezuela didn't work out the way we wanted it to
>fuck it just move on to the next country on the list
Business as usual for global capitalism.
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Charlotte Pemmerwat - Sat, 26 Oct 2019 00:38:22 EST 27hp9Vld No.180367 Reply
The first instinct of the Latin American right in the face of losing is to call on the military and police to murder every leftist in the country. If the military and police are on the side of the left, then they call on the US to do it. It's shameful.
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Polly Pittshaw - Sat, 26 Oct 2019 08:39:56 EST 1uzFtkLX No.180369 Reply
>>180367
They still got that colonial mentality. Used to be, when the poors and the indios get too uppity you'd call in the Spanish Empire to put them back in their place, now it's the United States.
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Eugene Seffingwill - Sat, 26 Oct 2019 10:44:38 EST f6l6TKe7 No.180374 Reply
>>180367
Yeah it's super easy to get money for that from the US embassy. Same thing happened in Brazil before the junta and it happens every time.
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Martha Ballermag - Sat, 26 Oct 2019 14:18:58 EST QgwvDyjp No.180384 Reply
In all this I'm just disappointed in Morales, the election was rigged, or at least incredibly shady, the constitution barred him from running for a 4th term but his handpicked judges said no it's ok, the electoral law requires a runoff 2nd round but after a suspicious count he's claiming he won 0.6 percent of the vote more than he needs to avoid that and just automatically declare himself the winner.

His career has been heroic, nowhere else on earth do indigenous people have as much of a stake in or respect from their own country, his economic reforms have worked and lifted people out of poverty, but this is clearly shady and undemocratic, I thought he was better than that.
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Nell Duckfuck - Mon, 28 Oct 2019 16:50:09 EST VmH+W8lP No.180416 Reply
>>180397
People on the left need to stop hijacking democracy when it doesnt go their way
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Sidney Wattinghuck - Mon, 28 Oct 2019 18:44:45 EST /hHwO2Vn No.180421 Reply
>>180369
Ehm, they broke away from the Spanish Empire thanks to the Anglo/York/Freemasons influencing the Criollos/Castizos. Actually the "indians" in the Spanish Empire had better lives than the English/dutch colonies/empire (The anglosaxons/Dutch were the ones with genocidal tendencies, not the Spaniards).

-In my travels trough the overwhelming Spanish Empire I have admired how the Spanish treat natives, like fellow Spanish, even forming mixed families and creating Hospitals and Universities for them, I have met native bishops and mayors, even military, which culminates in social peace, welfare and general happiness that we would want in our territories, which we have taken from them with such effort. We should reconsider the policy of depopulation and extermination because at all lights, the faith and Spanish intelligence are building, not like our death empire but like a civilized society. Spain is the wise Greece and the Imperial Rome and England is a Turkish corsair. Erasmus Darwin, member of the Royal Society and Charles Darwin's grandparent.
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Sidney Wattinghuck - Mon, 28 Oct 2019 18:50:56 EST /hHwO2Vn No.180422 Reply
>>180421

“In my study trips I have been amazed at how the Spaniards treat the Indians, like similars, even forming mixed families and creating hospitals and universities for them. I have met indians that were mayors, also bishops and even soldiers, wich results in the social peace, well-being and general happiness that we would like for us in the territories that, with so much effort, we are taking from the Indians.

It seems that the London fogs cloud our hearts and minds, while the clarity of sunny Spain makes them see and hear God better. My lords, you should consider the policy of depopulation and extermination since, clearly, Spanish faith and intelligence are building not an empire of death like us, but a civilized society that will eventually end up imposing itself as a divine mandate. Yes, it is painful to recognize that Spain is the wise Greece and the imperial Rome, while we, the Kingdom of Great Britain, look like the evil Turkish corsair, eager for plunder”.
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Ebenezer Sobblestone - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 19:20:20 EST i4Zbp03Y No.180499 Reply
>>180421
>it was the anglos and the dutch!
And who were they working for? Who owned them?
>muh spaniards so nice making civilization
Unlike the northern parts of the Americas where the natives were stone age primitives of subsistence farmers, hunter gatherers, and raiders who survived by robbing the other two.... The peoples of central and parts of south America, ACTUALLY HAD CIVILIZATION TO BEGIN WITH! They had masonry, metallurgy, writing and real artwork that proves the people themselves were capable of having a "civilized society"... because all the spanish had to do was go in and help slaughter the local bloodthirsty cults who were hated by everyone who wasn't on the top to begin with.
>be spaniard
>arrive as foretold by prophecy in mosquito infested jungle
>bring priest with dead guy statue on a stick
<be locals
<be amazed prophecy is right
<ask what dead guy on stick is, not too confused given that the country's occupying force regularly sacrifices humans
>be priest
>explain muh jesus
>explain how god sacrificed his own son for peoples
<be local listening to priest...
<find out this well armed band of elite spec ops conquistadoooors is escorting priest...
<find out the soldier's god makes sacrifice for people, not demand sacrifice...
<make obvious choice, remove aztec, learn spanish.
>be spaniard...
>remove aztec
>crown says 'sorry your term of service is up, you did well, bye.'
>ask for ship home...
>never get response...
>only know how to stab and shoot....
>find first woman who can cook, offer to stab and shoot for her, she probably not understand anything... but very much penis, very much stab and shoot, very much tacos.
And now you understand how everything about what's south of the US border between the start of the colonial period and the victorian age.
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Ernest Grandwill - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 21:18:05 EST fSlq9ETD No.180505 Reply
>>180499
A burger is strrrrroooooonnng with you! The great fatmaster you will became. From now on, we know you as fatty mclardo. We must act quickly.
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Molly Sillyham - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 16:52:03 EST /hHwO2Vn No.180544 Reply
>>180499
The crown "betrayed" New Spain because the chad Hasburgs/Austrians/Bellonids
were replaced by filthy stallion french Bourbons... (so they were obviously frankmasons only interested in leeching off the last competent catholic empire while their york templar satanic bodies founded demonic republics throughout the new world)
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Molly Gollerdock - Thu, 31 Oct 2019 20:20:04 EST wFK2Hm63 No.180548 Reply
>>180499
I don't think the religion thing was "the obvious choice" so much as it was the encomienda system of killing men and taking women on a large swath of land that you import African slaves to work on and everyone on the land owner's last name then making as many mestizo kids as possible while burning every trace of the indigenous religion possible except 3 books sent to the pope. The blueprint for this system was made during the Spanish inquisition when the conquistadors invaded the kingdom of Cordoba. You can see retirements from the Inquisition that made it over during the Spanish colonization that still linger in Latin American culture today, like Mexican people having a cultural taboo against cutting a child's hair before it's first birthday, the original intention of which was to make sure conquered Muslims in Iberia couldn't preform the ritual of shaving a new born's head. In some South American cultures they have festivals where they cook a whole pig and everyone has to eat a piece in front of everyone to prove they aren't Jews, a tradition I highly doubt the Quechua came up with all on their own.

There were actually different religions built around a common pantheon, the reason the Mexica ("Aztecs") had so many enemies among the other mesoamerican tribes is because they were super into the god of death, the founders of the empire were actually expelled from the Toltec empire because the king's daughter joined their religion and was sacrificed in a ritual where she was skinned and worn by a priest.

When Cortez finally got a meeting with the pope he asked why he hadn't been recognized for delivering more subjects to him than were in the new world (at the time Tenochtitlan was the most populated urban center in the world) and the pope just said he never asked him to then kicked him out.
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David Drecklelock - Fri, 01 Nov 2019 21:42:54 EST jwfr9+5a No.180612 Reply
>>180548
>skinned and worn by priests of evil doom god
Anon.... I really can not blame the commoners for converting to Christianity. Can you? Seriously? I'd rather pay a tithe than deal with that shit.
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David Drecklelock - Fri, 01 Nov 2019 21:43:49 EST jwfr9+5a No.180613 Reply
>>180548
Further, I'd also fuck the conquistador, in that situation. Even if he's a spaniard.
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Cedric Shakespear - Fri, 01 Nov 2019 22:14:37 EST wFK2Hm63 No.180614 Reply
>>180612
>Anon...
No. Just no. We'll leave it at that.

I'll explain this in a way someone with a rudimentary understanding of 2 cultures in the modern period and nothing else can understand and even throw in an Indiana Jones reference so it tastes like burgers enough to digest.

There was a mesoamerican pantheon similar to how the Hindu pantheon works and their "cult of Kali" rose to power through a series of military conquests that happened prior to and were still happening during European first contact. The Toltecs that banished them for the skinning of the princess didn't exactly approve and didn't follow that religion or Christianity and probably didn't wish that down in their heart of hearts white people would come through and destroy everything they know then make the survivors work on a plantation. In addition to all the european pagan shit there is a lot of mesoamerican paganism mixed into Latin American catholisism because people didn't want to let go of their own beliefs while being forced to pray to gods of conquerors. The Spaniards killed lots of people in brutal ways too, the Aztec people stoned the Montezuma III to death because he surrendered to them.

In short fuck your grade school level understanding of the world.
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Jarvis Follerdire - Sat, 02 Nov 2019 12:30:56 EST fxZPTs+O No.180627 Reply
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>>180614
This is a based explanation. Thank you for your post.
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Fucking Simmerspear - Sat, 02 Nov 2019 19:51:09 EST wp8Trwsz No.180640 Reply
>>180614
>The Toltecs that banished them for the skinning of the princess d
>the Aztec people stoned the Montezuma III to death because he surrendered to them.
brb going to try and find more on this

Also protip people trying to talk about how "brutal" the Aztecs were are usually playing apologetics for genocidal colonialism and racism or at best trying to make excuses so they can feel less bad about it being the staining foundation for the creation of their country because it's pretty hard to be a "patriot" when your country was literally born on mass rape and murdering babies, however that being stated I think the role of disease gets way too underplayed. It's truly frightening the full scale of death and misery and suffering inflicting by disease throughout history. Microbes remain our number one greatest enemy on the whole of the earth and microbial resistances are putting me on edge. Just when retards in Europe and America stop using soap with antibiotics the Chinese start fucking us out of our last line antibiotics
https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/antibiotic-resistance-colistin-1.3325942

Of course it's not like that stops anyone from doing stupid shit in North America like taking antibiotics when they have the flu. I want to scream at them. STOP DOING THAT YOU FUCKING RETARDS COLDS ARE CAUSED BY VIRUSES YOU'RE ONLY MAKING YOURSELF SICKER AND INCREASING CHANCES OF AN EPIDEMIC. Ffs these people. No you may not have any doxycycline or tetracycline, not even "just a little bit." ESPECIALLY not just a little bit. Better luck trying to get one of us to bust open the CS cabinet for your "10/10" ball pain.
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Nicholas Peshlodging - Sat, 02 Nov 2019 21:59:03 EST bKTS+uSh No.180643 Reply
>>180640
The medical staff give out antibiotics to make patients go away...
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Nigel Funkinstack - Sat, 02 Nov 2019 23:08:14 EST lTVYhA/B No.180644 Reply
>>180640
Not to downplay how bad it is to fuck over our Anti-Biotics, but Sanitation, Hygiene, and Disinfection don't seem to be failing. I doubt we'll see stuff on the level of the Black death again.
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Matilda Snodgold - Sun, 03 Nov 2019 13:27:25 EST fxZPTs+O No.180662 Reply
>>180640
Google bacterial phage therapy. The Soviets discovered it but didn't have the scientific knowledge to fully appreciate it (no one did, until the last twenty years). We can engineer viruses to attack specific germs and circumvent the promotion of bacterial resistance as well as engineer specific treatments for resistant bacterial strains we see today.

Also what >>180644 said.
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Lillian Shakeshaw - Sun, 03 Nov 2019 21:11:04 EST 4scaaRdR No.180668 Reply
>>180662

while i am sure this approach has untold benefits we could reap, i am sure there are also big risks
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John Wankintock - Sun, 10 Nov 2019 16:06:04 EST fxZPTs+O No.180830 Reply
Hearing that Evo resigned today, even after agreeing to new elections. Complete insanity. This is why you purge the officer corps.
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Edwin Chivingwater - Sun, 10 Nov 2019 20:08:51 EST lTVYhA/B No.180832 Reply
>>180830
Honestly, this might be a rather tacitcal move by him. Everyone else stepped down too, there isn't a legitement successor. This may be a way to side step some bullshit, honestly.
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Jenny Nonninggold - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 06:02:42 EST GW1axdWk No.180833 Reply
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>>180830
This sucks, man

Under Morales the country saw its poverty rate fall from 61% to 35% and its extreme poverty rate fall from 38% to 15%, Gini coefficient reduced from 0.6 to 0.45, along with the highest-consecutive level of economic growth in the entire region.

Now they're going to rollback all those social gains, sell of resources and state assets to foreign bidders, bring back right-wing death squads and ramp up violence against indigenous people.

This fucking sucks.
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Simon Honeywell - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 10:27:22 EST qFtXSnUb No.180834 Reply
>>180762
Shit man

South-America is pretty much the posterchild of showing how much the US sucks ass for 95% of the worlds population

Fuck this shit so much damnit I hate not really being able to do anything about it.

Should i burn down american embassies?
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Simon Honeywell - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 10:36:17 EST qFtXSnUb No.180835 Reply
>>180327
I decided to check out the subcirclejerk for bolovia and holy shit, does it smell like damage control fuck
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Albert Brookspear - Tue, 12 Nov 2019 14:40:08 EST L3zo7DjP No.180860 Reply
>>180833
Reminder that the CIA once installed an infamously cruel SS Gestapo officer as a spy in Bolivia where he helped right-wing paramilitary groups overthrow the government
https://allthatsinteresting.com/klaus-barbie

>In Bolivia, Barbie would capitalize on his brutal experience in the Gestapo by becoming involved in espionage, arms-dealing, and other covert operations on behalf of the United States and he maintained a connection with the newly-formed Central Intelligence Agency or CIA.

>To the CIA, Barbie was an asset they could use to provide support for right-wing governments and groups in South America. For Barbie himself, the fascist environment of ruling oligarchies and poverty-stricken masses was a pleasant reminder of his work in Nazi Germany. Soon enough, the brutal ex-Nazi operative began to thrive in his new role.

>Meanwhile, the French government sentenced Barbie to death in absentia. By this point, though, Barbie was well-distanced from his old identity having obtained Bolivian citizenship under the name Klaus Altmann in 1957. During his time in Bolivia, Barbie was involved in a string of CIA-sponsored military coups. According to author James Cockcroft, Barbie was even a Lieutenant Colonel of the Bolivian Army under a succession of Bolivian dictators from 1964 to 1982.

>Allegedly, he helped to establish new concentration camps for opponents of the Bolivian military where he resurrected his old torture techniques.

>He also helped form the Fiances of Death, also known as Bolivia’s infamous death squads. According to undercover DEA agent Michael Levine, these “masked thieves were not Bolivian.” They were from Germany, Italy, and France, and many wore Nazi swastikas on their uniforms. Indeed, it seemed like Barbie was establishing a new Nazi regime in Bolivia and the U.S. had helped him to do this.
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Archie Breddlehall - Tue, 12 Nov 2019 16:24:59 EST M7ON7+Eb No.180861 Reply
>>180860
Venezuela reeked like CIA too until Russia intervened and forced Trump to back off. Putin doesn't take shit.
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Charlotte Hellerfoot - Tue, 12 Nov 2019 17:41:08 EST GW1axdWk No.180862 Reply
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CIA bots going absolutely insane right now
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Archie Pudgeford - Tue, 12 Nov 2019 21:19:57 EST yA1Dd3g5 No.180864 Reply
>>180862
You can't just look at people saying the same thing and conclude that they're bots. That's not even a good naive attempt.
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Augustus Ginningstedge - Wed, 13 Nov 2019 00:05:12 EST +8irr0Qf No.180867 Reply
>>180866
Whole reason shithole called Twitter shilled so much is because whole site is USAF psyop project for manipulating public opinion
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Beatrice Dabblelock - Wed, 13 Nov 2019 08:18:48 EST M7ON7+Eb No.180871 Reply
>>180866
Either one person wrote that and got a bot to post it a thousand times, or through whatever mechanic convinced a thousand people to each post it once. The message is inauthentic in either case. You're pretending there's a difference...why?
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Nathaniel Dommlelore - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 12:15:10 EST FmXhFQ5t No.180893 Reply
>>180862

The #BoliviaNoHayGolpe trended in Virginia of all places. Funny that, thought the CIA was more professional.
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Esther Gommlewater - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 15:44:59 EST jva21RDW No.180896 Reply
>>180893
It wont matter how incompetent they are, most Americans will eat it up, believing that that Morales is a dictator who was forced out by pro democratic protesters. It's frustrating, because of very long running anti-communist campaigns, people will always suspect socialists of being anti-democracy.
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Nathaniel Dommlelore - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 17:04:34 EST FmXhFQ5t No.180905 Reply
>>180896

Sure, but its great to watch psy-ops making their activities apparent for posterity. One more for the wiki-list of interventions.
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William Simmerville - Thu, 14 Nov 2019 18:09:46 EST qFtXSnUb No.180909 Reply
>>180862
The rainbow flags are the giveaway.

It's weird as fuck to see this shit, the web3.0 is becoming battle ground, [spoiler[/spoiler]
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Alice Wundlecocke - Sat, 16 Nov 2019 16:26:03 EST 0JAd5DgB No.180953 Reply
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>>180327
https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/11/11/bolivian-coup-comes-less-week-after-morales-stopped-multinational-firms-lithium-deal
>The Sunday military coup in Bolivia has put in place a government which appears likely to reverse a decision by just-resigned President Evo Morales to cancel an agreement with a German company for developing lithium deposits in the Latin American country for batteries like those in electric cars.

>"Bolivia's lithium belongs to the Bolivian people," tweeted Washington Monthly contributor David Atkins. "Not to multinational corporate cabals."

>The Morales move on Nov. 4 to cancel the December 2018 agreement with Germany's ACI Systems Alemania (ACISA) came after weeks of protests from residents of the Potosí area. The region has 50% to 70% of the world's lithium reserves in the Salar de Uyuni salt flats.

>Among other clients, ACISA provides batteries to Tesla; Tesla's stock rose Monday after the weekend.

>Morales' cancellation of the ACISA deal opened the door to either a renegotiation of the agreement with terms delivering more of the profits to the area's population or the outright nationalization of the Bolivian lithium extraction industry.
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Molly Bucklebury - Mon, 18 Nov 2019 02:58:45 EST wmU0G3x1 No.180959 Reply
>>180953
Manufacturing Consent by Herman & Chomsky explains why these coups can occur without a peep from the american population. What's scary is that there is not a conspiracy causing this to happen but instead the structure of modern american media corporations leads to an unchallengeable bias against certain sympathetic perspectives of south american countries.

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