Trump wants live witnesses to defend him, and has said that he's resigned to impeachment.
Morales was the glue that held everything together
Bolivia -- The US-installed coup d'etat regime is going all out to solidify dictatorial power.
Bolivia -- He didn't surrender the sovereign rights of the nation and people to US interests.
Bolivia -- There's no ambiguity about events in Bolivia after Evo Morales' October 20 democratic reelection.
Bolivia -- The Times long ago abandoned journalism the way it's supposed to be.
Daniel McAdams (Exec Dir of The Ron Paul Institute, Co-Host of the Ron Paul Liberty Report) on Bolivia Coup - Retired Professor Tim Ball (Author, Climatologist, Environmentalist) on climate change issues - Maj Toure (Black Guns Matter) on libertarian
Bolivia -- Events leading up to and following Bolivia's October 20 elections were all about a diabolical CIA plot to replace democratic governance under Morales with US installed puppet rule -- subservient to its interests and the country's privileg
Daniel McAdams talks with Scott about some of the unintended--or maybe not so unintended--consequences of America's support for regime change revolutions all over the world.
Bolivia -- The Trump regime's OK'd coup in Bolivia replaced democracy with fascist tyranny -- political nobody putschist with no legitimacy Jeanine Anez installed as president.
Bolivia -- Imperial tool Mary O'Grady never met a US allied tinpot despot she didn't wholeheartedly support -- or a bona fide democrat she didn't abhor and vilify.
Bolivia -- Unleashed by Trump regime hardliners, the CIA transformed Bolivia from freedom to fascism by co-opting military and police officials to go along with the well-planned coup d'etat.
UPDATE: Racist statements come out of the mouth of Bolivia's self-declared president: https://russia-insider.com/en/bolivias-self-declared-interim-president-believes-indians-are-satanic-shouldnt-be-allowed-cities
Bolivia -- On Thursday, thousands of Bolivians rallied in La Paz, the country's political capital, against the illegitimate toppling of President Evo Morales -- chanting: "Here we go, civil war" for restoration of democratic rule.
Bolivia -- Establishment media never met a US war of aggression, color revolution, old-fashioned coup, or other assault on democracy and the rule of law they didn't wholeheartedly endorse.
I just keep tripping on how dumb this latest US-backed military coup is. It's in Bolivia in case you've lost track, which would be perfectly understandable since US-backed coups have become kind of like US mass shootings -- there's so many of
Bolivia -- Without establishment media support, US planned aggression, color revolutions, old-fashioned coups, and other hostile to peace, equity and justice actions wouldn't get out of the starting gate.
Bolivia -- Disruptive events in Bolivia following the October 20 presidential election were made in the USA -- a plot to replace democratically elected and reelected President Evo Morales with pro-Western puppet rule.
Does it seem like we've seen this movie before? Populist Latin American leader on the outs with Washington finds himself facing a coup? This time it's Bolivia's Evo Morales, who resigned the presidency on Sunday and was granted asylum by Mexico. Is W
Bolivia - The CIA is an anti-democratic/anti-rule of law agency that's incompatible with peace, equity, and justice -- notions it's sworn to oppose.
Bolivia - "I assume the presidency immediately and will do everything necessary to pacify the country" -- by brute force, she failed to explain.
NYT propaganda -- A coup by any other name doesn't change reality. Merriam-Webster calls them "violent decisive exercise(s) of force in politics; especially the violent overthrow or alteration of an existing government."
Bolivia -- The CIA's existence makes peace, equity and justice unattainable at home and abroad.
Not long ago I read that a US Assistant Secretary of State, or perhaps it was a member of the National Security Council, said that now that Washington had reestablished control over Ecuador, it would not be long before the governments of Bolivia, Ven