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Bolivia's US-backed "self-coup" trying to end democracy and establish full dictatorship

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- Sun, 24 May 2020 10:30:17 EST CYG8DRbD No.185488
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https://www.telesurenglish.net/news/bolivia-senate-rejects-armed-forces-ultimatum-and-threats-20200522-0004.html
>The U.S.-backed regime could be conspiring with the Armed Forces to suspend the elections through a "self-coup d'etat."

>Bolivia's Senate President Eva Copa Friday denounced that the Armed Forces Commander General Sergio Orellana gave lawmakers a week-long ultimatum to ratify their promotions.

>"If they do not comply with our request, the Armed Forces commander-in-chief will approve the promotions, as our regulations establish," Orellana said.

>According to Telesur's correspondent in Bolivia Freddy Morales, however, this threat is very irregular given that only the Senate has the authority to ratify promotions.

>"Bolivia could be on the verge of a joint plan between the Armed Forces and the government to organize a self-coup, as Senate President Eva Copa warned this week," Morales said.

>The main target of this likely self-coup could be the Legislative Branch, which is controlled by the Movement Toward Socialism Party (MAS).

>Without the Legislative Branch, the coup-born regime led by Jeanine Añez could suspend the elections and expand its time in power.​​​​​​​
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Rebecca Pendertutch - Sun, 24 May 2020 13:08:12 EST mcs8wGTd No.185492 Reply
>>185488
As long as the Dick is big enough for the country, dictatorships usually get a lot done in a short period of time. The problem is always when the dick gets too old to do the job, and then the little dicks try to take his place, without being big enough to fill the hole he stretched on his way out.
Such is the cycle of the dicktatorship. It's often pretty good at the start though.
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Hedda Sullylerk - Sun, 24 May 2020 14:39:58 EST HSH5chI6 No.185495 Reply
>>185492
>It's often pretty good at the start though.
Yes if you lack empathy.
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Barnaby Blatherstock - Mon, 25 May 2020 11:20:00 EST O/BUJHAn No.185519 Reply
>>185498
>complain about Obama executive order
>then demand real diktatorship
>demand fascism
>whine how public health quarantine is lockdown
All you people is perpetually stupid in way I am surprise your parent even learn hole to fuck. What idiot. Diktatorship is always shit. I do not know where such idiotic idea of wise diktator come but it not even surprise me lard ass scooter driver think it must be cool idea. It is not.
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Eliza Sablingforth - Mon, 25 May 2020 16:57:04 EST snQLimnZ No.185536 Reply
>>185530
I know you think you burned him there but it kind of comes off like you know you're overcompensating for something. If it was a punchline, bravo.

I wonder what boatload of Floridamen that just got done watching American sniper a military contractor will point at this one.
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Ebenezer Lightspear - Sat, 30 May 2020 12:45:15 EST qoSfj/Bb No.185646 Reply
>>184561
Look into the Bezos Foundation, created by Jeffy's dad Miguel/Mike and what it's doing right now. Btw, Mike/Miguel is on the BOD of the soros funded Aspen Institute, which is stoking both police brutality and the undercovers setting fire to their own precinct.>>185488
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Thomas Heshstene - Sat, 30 May 2020 14:19:05 EST WB/yqcg5 No.185650 Reply
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I lived in Bolivia and all this shit was organized by people from evangelical churches, backed with US money. I talked to many of these nutjobs and basically they hated their pre-hispanic roots because they believe in white superiority, hate aboriginal people (and they're like 80% of the country lol) and want more "economic liberties" like malls or privatization of natural resources like coca or gas.

Thing is, Bolivia is like a time machine, people still live by their old traditions without much technology besides phones and internet. Commercial buildings like malls, supermarkets or fast food joints are nearly non-existant because people buys everything on local mercados. Literally everything is sold on markets; flour, veggies, cereal, milk, clothes, forniture and even refrigerators and tvs. I've even seen official Sony, Samsung and Daewoo stores inside them.

This is literally a rich minority pissed because their country is full of "savages" who can't appreciate material stuff and sodium as much as them. Sadly, they have the connections to start shit like this. And well, they're the ones who are gonna get the rights to exploit gas, wood, coca and all that shit when the US tells them exactly how to write their new law system just like Chile in the 70s.

I remember when this Brazilian evangelical cults started appearing in neighbor countries and told to myself "this shit is gonna hurt south america" and here we are. Fuck evangélicos and christianism, go sit on a piña malditos fanáticos lameverga.
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Jenny Himbleserk - Sat, 30 May 2020 16:11:47 EST 4X6KzP6v No.185652 Reply
>>185650
Well, many of these mayors and Aspen Institute fellows, have strong ties with the Augustine Order. It's not a stretch to say they're related. Also, fuck the union gospel mission, they're just poverty pimps.

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