November 16, 2019
US Army surplus gear?
Well, it’s happening for good and real now. Bolivia has decided to get good and rowdy.
Bolivian security forces have clashed with supporters of the exiled former president, Evo Morales, leaving at least five people dead, and escalating the challenge to the interim government to restore stability.
Hospital director Guadalberto Lara said that most of the dead in Sacaba, in the centre of the country, as well as some of the dozens more who were injured, had bullet wounds. Witnesses said police opened fire on protesters, who were calling for the return of Morales from exile in Mexico.
“It’s very unfortunate,” Lara said, calling it the worst violence he’s seen in his 30-year career.
Yeah, it seems that the military opened fire on the crowd. Or somebody did. You never know with these things anymore.
Overnight, Bolivian military & police turned Sacaba into a war zone.
Overwhelmed medics struggled to cope with the sheer number of victims after coup ringleaders decided to keep indigenous/socialist Morales supporters out of Cochabamba at any cost & with no regard to human life. pic.twitter.com/REL3i9VBJV
— Wyatt Reed (@wyattreed13) November 16, 2019
It looks like a lot more than five people were shot though.
Thousands of largely indigenous protesters, many coca leaf growers, had gathered peacefully in Sacaba on Friday morning. But fighting began when many tried to cross a military checkpoint near the city of Cochabamba, where Morales supporters and foes have clashed for weeks.
Emeterio Colque Sánchez, a 23-year-old university student, said he saw the bodies of several protesters who had been fatally shot.
Morales, who has been granted asylum in Mexico, said on Twitter that a massacre had occurred and he described Bolivia’s interim government as a dictatorship.
Bolivia’s ombudsman’s office said it regretted the death of five people during the joint police-military operation. It called on the interim government to investigate if the security forces had acted within the constitution and international protocols on human rights.
So the military and the Castizos, working with the CIA, decided to overthrow Indio Morales because they didn’t like him nationalizing the country’s natural resources and telling the IMF jackals to GTFO. Their official reason is that they believe Morales tampered with the elections, but instead of demanding a recount or a revote, they just decided to seize power with military force. Makes sense to me.
Mestizo Obama tried to pull that same trick in Venezuela this summer, remember that?
Juan Guaido has already congratulated the new government in Bolivia. The new government has returned the favor, and proclaimed this gay AF-looking son’bitch the king of Venezuela.
It also makes sense to me that an Indio president in a 60% majority Indio country would lose an election to a despised, elitist minority that’s chosen some weird-looking, shifty-eyed, fake blonde mommy to be their leader.
Because the math just adds up.
Anyways. Let’s take an objective look at Jeanine Anez Chavez and her pros and cons.
- Says she’s a Christian, thumps her bible good and hard
- Condemns indigenous shamanic practices as Satanic (jury is out on that claim, but I think she might be right here – they do a lot of fetus-related rituals and rely on witch-shamans)
- Has family involved in the drug trafficking trade – someone’s gotta do the dealing!
- Is an ugly old hag-wahmyn now
- Probably a spook
- Used to be a media presenter i.e., a painted TV THOT
- She is NOT my mommy
I haven’t found out what her specific thot-racket was all about, but it probably looked a little something like this:
I don’t blame the Indios for rebelling against a harlot and a spook that wants to pretend to be all holier than thou on her soapbox.
My position on this issue is clear: no people should ever be subjected to Rule by Thot.
It is the most inhumane and bloodthirsty form of government – and it has already claimed its first “five” lives.
People are being massacred in the streets of Bolivia. Over 23 people have been killed as they protested the right-wing military coup and hundreds wounded from repressive means used by security forces.
— redfish (@redfishstream) November 16, 2019