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U.N. warns Bolivia crisis could 'spin out of control' as death toll mounts

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Anez, meanwhile, has moved quickly away from Morales´ leftist rule.

The US and their puppet organization the OAS failed miserably in Venezuela, so they upped their game and tried some new tactics on Bolivia.

Seems to have worked.

On the bright side, the lefties are out and some hardcore right-wing party is in.

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Anez has blamed Morales for stoking violence from abroad,

Putin backed Morales.

Moscow has commercial interests in Bolivia where Russia’s state nuclear agency is building a nuclear centre. Morales visited Moscow for talks with President Vladimir Putin in June, pointing to Bolivian gas and lithium as areas for cooperation.https://www.reuters.com/article/us-bolivia-election-russia/russia-accuses-bolivian-opposition-of-unleashing-violence-idUSKBN1XL11D

@burningbush

some hardcore right-wing party is in.

Gas. Once again hydrocarbons are involved. Putin and his oligarchs are pushing far right agendas across the globe in their attempts to expand the reaches of the Russian Federation and have greater control over the globe's gas and oil. Did they set Morales up for a fall to institute a right wing puppet Putin could more easily control. And where's the CIA in this.

Leave sovereign nations alone.

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Did they set Morales up for a fall to institute a right wing puppet Putin could more easily control.

PT,

Having a wee bit of difficulty wrapping my head around this conspiracy theory of yours.

So you're saying Putin secretly controls both the left wing and the right wing in Bolivia?

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So you're saying Putin secretly controls both the left wing and the right wing in Bolivia

Bingo! I've read lots of posts from Internet Research Agency employees and other trolls who use media to spread tales like Pizzagate, threats of WW3, Trump's business acumen, Putin's innocence, etc. and through them have a better understanding of ways to use forums to get tales started.

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Anez, and the rest of the crony capitalism supporters, rejected the notion of an election where they would have enough involvement in the running and oversight of that they couldn't claim the irregularities (I've never heard of, or seen, any election involving more than a thousand voters that hasn't had any irregularities. Humans make mistakes) were a deliberate attempt to rig the election.

That, and the shooting down of peaceful protesters, the 'irregularities' in Anez's 'inauguration' and the instant support/recognition of her regime by the countries who were most adamant that the candidate with the most votes in the election, and the highest level of popular support in the public opinion polls during the election campaign was illegitimate and had to go, should tell you exactly what this is.

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