Bush’s racist allies in Bolivia

This video from Democracy NOW! in the USA is called “Welcome to the Axis of Evil” -Pres. of Bolivia-1/2.

Part 2 of this interview with President Evo Morales is here.

As talks are under way in Bolivia now, aimed at ending the bloodshed by far Right extremists there

From Dutch NOS TV, interviewing a sixteen year old paramilitary child soldier of the extreme right separatist movement in Bolivia. Headline:

“I am here to kill those fucking Indians”

Further, from the same interview:

We are of European ancestry.

That boy, politically, is from a lineage of the extreme Right in Bolivia, dating from Klaus Barbie and other World War II nazi criminals who fled to Bolivia; and dictator Hugo Banzer.

See also here; with photo of nazi swastika sign on Bolivian separatists’ car. And here.

These are the people whom George W. Bush subsidizes with the tax dollars of the people of the United States.

See also here. And here. And here.

6 thoughts on “Bush’s racist allies in Bolivia

  1. Oppose the fascist coup in Bolivia! (Sign the petition)


    Dear comrades and friends,

    You will be aware of the US-backed “civic coup” underway in the Bolivia,
    and the threats this poses to democracy and all nations’ right to
    political, economic and social sovereignty.

    We urge you/your organisation to sign the open petition we have
    initiated in support of President Evo Morales and the Bolivian people,
    and to circulate it widely among left and progressive individuals and

    We hope you may also be able to use the petition to bring pressure
    on the government of your own country to publicly state its support for
    Bolivia’s right to freedom from imperialist intervention.


  2. Racism, domination and revolution in Bolivia

    By Adolfo Gilly

    September 22, 2008 — Mexico — “The problem in Bolivia is that the
    country is undergoing a process of reforms, without abandoning the
    democratic framework, but both the opposition and the government act as
    if they were facing a revolution”, stated Marco Aurelio García, a close
    international affairs advisor to [Brazil’s president] Lula, according to
    an article by José Natanson in the newspaper Pagina 12.
    Allowing myself to not take this declaration literally, but instead in
    an ironic sense, Marco Aurelio García, an intelligent and well-informed
    man, can’t help but realise that if the two protagonists of the Bolivian
    confrontation believe that they are dealing with a revolution, this
    belief is the best confirmation that, in effect, it is. The
    vice-president of Bolivia, Álvaro García Linera, on the other hand, has
    said that what is happening is “an increase in elites, an increase in
    rights, and a redistribution of wealth. This, in Bolivia, is a revolution.”

    * Read more http://links.org.au/node/658


  3. Evo Morales: Ten commandments to save the planet

    By Evo Morales Ayma, president of the Republic of Bolivia
    Message to the Continental Gathering of Solidarity with Bolivia in
    Guatemala City
    October 9, 2008 — Sisters and brothers, on behalf of the Bolivian
    people, I greet the social movements of this continent present in this
    act of continental solidarity with Bolivia.
    We have just suffered the violence of the oligarchy, whose most brutal
    expression was the massacre in Panda, a deed that teaches us that an
    attempt at power based on money and weapons in order to oppress the
    people is not sustainable. It is easily knocked down, if it is not based
    on a program and the consciousness of the people.
    We see that the re-founding of Bolivia affects the underhanded interests
    of a few families of large landholders, who reject as an aggression the
    measures enacted to favour the people such as a more balanced
    distribution of the resources of natural gas for our grandfathers and
    grandmothers, as well as the distribution of lands, the campaigns for
    health and literacy, and others.

    * Read more http://links.org.au/node/689


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