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The U.S. implementing its usual subversion tactics in Bolivia

•, Patricio Montesinos
 Minimal investigation into the perverse, illegal history of U.S. intervention in Latin American countries with governments considered "adversary" shows that Washington has not developed any new tactics in its efforts to undermine revolutionary processes.
Among the habitual practices included in U.S. subversion plans, implemented by the CIA and other secret service entities, are continual campaigns to discredit leaders; create imaginary disagreements among leaders; exacerbate local conflicts and those with neighboring countries, in addition to manufacturing and financing unscrupulous internal oppositions.

Bolivia is now the target of these worn, shoddy U.S. tactics, since President Evo Morales is an "enemy" who must be removed, given that the movement of the dispossessed which he leads and his anti-imperialist, pro-integration stand are considered threatening to U.S. interests.


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Comment by Norm Nipperus
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These "subversive"tactics are largely imaginary and are probably promoted by communist fear-mongers.

But so it goes. Around and around. Either way the truth is this is all unintended blowback for our spreading "democracy" by the not-so-covert sword. Dr. Paul has it right: we would do alot better by doing less. 

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