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Bolivia’s Lithium Is Fair Game in a World Ruled by Spheres of Influence
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Bolivia’s Lithium Is Fair Game in a World Ruled by Spheres of Influence
December 4, 2019

The US approach to overthrowing governments in Latin America and the trail of tears and blood it left in its wake will no doubt be highly motivating to the broad masses of Latin Americans who will support the coming Latin American bloc.

Why a Second American Revolution Is Necessary for the Entire World
December 1, 2019

The outlook for the future, worldwide, is grim. If the warning (hidden by the media as it is), this time from Bolivia, is not heeded, how can this cancer ever be stopped from engulfing the entire world?

Why a Second American Revolution Is Necessary for the Entire World
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Operation Condor 2.0: After Bolivia Coup, Trump Dubs Nicaragua ‘National Security Threat’ and Targets Mexico
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Operation Condor 2.0: After Bolivia Coup, Trump Dubs Nicaragua ‘National Security Threat’ and Targets Mexico
December 1, 2019

After presiding over a far-right coup in Bolivia, the US dubbed Nicaragua a “national security threat” and announced new sanctions, while Trump designated drug cartels in Mexico as “terrorists” and refused to rule out military intervention.

Bolivian Coup and Indian Wars on Thanksgiving
November 28, 2019

As the United States celebrates its annual Thanksgiving Day this week, the indigenous people of Bolivia are being slaughtered by a US-backed coup unfolding in the Andean nation.

Bolivian Coup and Indian Wars on Thanksgiving
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Bolivia’s Coup Gov’t Targets Alternative Media as Crackdown Turns Increasingly Violent
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Bolivia’s Coup Gov’t Targets Alternative Media as Crackdown Turns Increasingly Violent
November 25, 2019

Tens of thousands of demonstrators, many carrying the Wiphala flag, a symbol of indigenous identity, marched to La Paz alongside the coffins carrying the victims of the Senkata massacre, demanding the resignation of Añez and an end to the bloodshed. The march stretched out for miles. MintPress News cameras captured the events.

Elizabeth Warren Endorses Trump’s Economic War on Venezuela, Soft-Pedals Far-Right Bolivia Coup
November 22, 2019

By granting legitimacy to Bolilvia’s ultra-conservative, unelected leadership, Warren rubber-stamped the far-right coup and the military junta’s attempt to stamp out Bolivia’s progressive democracy.

Elizabeth Warren Endorses Trump’s Economic War on Venezuela, Soft-Pedals Far-Right Bolivia Coup
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The Rise of Militant Religious Right in Latin America
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The Rise of Militant Religious Right in Latin America
November 20, 2019

Many of the far-right and out-of-the-mainstream Protestant sects that have gained power across Latin America have decried traditional Roman Catholicism as heretical to their religious ideology and even pro-Communist.

Bolivia: More Lessons From a Noble Experiment Gone Awry
November 15, 2019

Poor, naive Evo Morales. Instead of seeking secure refuge in a sovereign friendly country, he must be languishing now in the catacombs of Mexico City, where his tormentors are making sure that he will remain isolated.

Bolivia: More Lessons From a Noble Experiment Gone Awry
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