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Member Self Moderates US Backed Racist Planter Coup in Bolivia - The Events as they Emerge

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There has always been a gulf in Bolivia between the people of the llanos, the flatlands, mostly more or less White, and the Indians of the highlands.
This time the Indians lost.

There are very few Indians in Bolivia. More Jews, it seems. The Native Americans are the majority. It remains to be seen if they will accept this coup by the Planters.
 
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Massive Mobilization in Buenos Aires Against Coup in Bolivia


"We will return better, we will fight, we will win and we will return. Long live Evo Morales Ayma," Bolivians living in Argentina chanted in unison.

Thousands of demonstrators marched Tuesday along the main avenue in Argentina's capital to reach the Bolivian Embassy in Buenos Aires, condemning the coup that Bolivia is going through and offering full support to the legitimate president Evo Morales.

A prominent figure of the Bolivian community in that country Iber Mamani thanked the"support offered by the social and political organizations of the popular Argentinian countryside that pronounced themselves against the coup," and demanded the protection of "the lives of the comrades who today are being persecuted, kidnapped and tortured."

 
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I see some bimbo whore has appointed herself "president" of Bolivia. I'm surprised she could spare the time off from her botox sessions :rolleyes:

Opposition Senator Jeanine Áñez declared herself president of Bolivia on Tuesday, despite not meeting with the constitutional requirements for such a move, as Parliament did not achieve a quorum because the lawmakers of the Movement to Socialism (MAS) could not attend, due to a lack of guarantees for their security. MAS has a majority in Parliament.

"I immediately assume the presidency of the State and I undertake to take all necessary measures to pacify the country," said Áñez, who is the second vice president of the Senate of Bolivia and from the right-wing Social Democratic Movement.

The senator proclaimed herself president only with a minimum presence of deputies, all from the opposition.

 
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Irishman, Michael Dwyer, met Croatian Neo-Nazis working for Shell in Mayo and fatally came under their criminal influence. But, that was far from the end of the Croatian Nazi involvement in Bolivia. They are playing a key role in the present racist coup.

 
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Mick Wallace MEP was an observer during the Bolivian elections. Here he explains the mystery 24 hours that the bourgeois media has been using as "evidence" that Morales tampered with the elections. The break was in what's called a "quick count." This is an unofficial count, using machines that were donated by the EU. This "quick count" was stopped when the over 83% of the votes had been counted by the "quick count" machines to allow the official count to begin. This is done by hand. Morales was 8% ahead in the unofficial quick count, and the final 17% to be counted were in his stronghold areas.

Personally, I wonder if the EU "donated" those unofficial "quick count" machines to create just this kind of confusion. And then the US dominated OAS came in for the kill with its Fake News report. Bolivia has been hit across the head with a club and raped while on the ground.

Go to 12:00 for Wallace.

 
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The new paper, “What Happened in Bolivia’s 2019 Vote Count? The Role of the OAS Electoral Observation Mission,” presents a step-by-step breakdown of what happened with Bolivia’s vote counts (both the unofficial quick count, and the slower official count), seeking to dispel confusion over the process. The report includes the results of 500 simulations that show that Morales’s first-round victory was not just possible, but probable, based on the results of the initial 83.85 percent of votes in the quick count.

“There is simply no statistical or evidentiary basis to dispute the vote count results showing that Evo Morales won in the first round,” CEPR Senior Policy Analyst, and coauthor of the paper, Guillaume Long said. “In the end, the official count, which is legally binding and completely transparent, with the tally sheets available online, closely matched the rapid count results.”

Mark Weisbrot, Co-Director of CEPR, noted that it was very unusual, and highly questionable, for the OAS to issue a press statement questioning election results without providing any evidence for doing so. He noted that the OAS preliminary report on the election also provided no evidence that anything was wrong with the vote count.

“The OAS press statement of October 21 and its preliminary report on the Bolivian elections raise disturbing questions about the organization’s commitment to impartial, professional, electoral observation,” said Weisbrot. “The OAS should investigate to find out how such statements, which may have contributed to political conflict in Bolivia, were made without any evidence whatsoever.”

 
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