Bolivia's president Evo Morales explains how his country regained its sovereignty
Bolivia is one of the few countries left on Earth that has the cojones to tell it like it is.
We witnessed some much needed truth-telling last month when Bolivia's ambassador to the UN deconstructed Nikki Haley's word goo at the Security Council: "Now the United States believe that they are investigators, they are attorneys, judges and they are the executioners ... The unilateral actions are imperialistic actions. The USA is not interested in international law; they ignore it when it is inconvenient to them".
But this was just a warm-up lap.
During a speech last week marking the 10th anniversary of UN Declaration on Indigenous' rights, Bolivia's president Evo Morales warned that banks "control the world" and urged nations to reject US militarism and financial servitude.