22:32 [Mint Press News] (E)
The new move creating an unaccountable armed security force directly aimed at foreign terror will do little to quash fears that Bolivia is heading down the road to a totalitarian dictatorship.
10:50 [Consortium News] (E)
Left-wing forces in Latin America are warning of a revival of a Cold War era campaign by the U.S. of violent subterfuge and support for right-wing dictatorships across the region, Ben Norton reports.
23:59 [Info BRICS] (E)
Nicaragua has been experiencing a political crisis since mid-April 2018 when a reform of the Social Security system unleashed a pro-U.S. violent protests against President Daniel Ortega. His initiative for pension reforms lit the fuse for major protests that continued even after Ortega withdrew the reform just days ago to pacify the country. However, the protests not only continued, but intensified.
23:15 [One World] (E)
The coup-imposed "Interior Minister" of Bolivia demanded that ("former") President Morales be jailed for life because of his supposedly "terrorist" activities, which amounts to the weaponization of fear-mongering labels for purely political reasons intended to intimidate his majority-indigenous supporters into stopping their resistance activities against the US-backed regime change.
13:21 [Voltaire Network] (E)
The international press reports the events in Bolivia with caution. It describes the overthrow of President Evo Morales, evokes yet another coup d’état, but fails to identify what is really happening. It does not see the emergence of a new political force, hitherto unknown in Latin America. For Thierry Meyssan, if the continent’s religious authorities do not immediately assume their responsibilities, nothing can prevent the spread of chaos.
20:28 [youtube/The Last American Vagabond] (E)
This is an excerpt of The Daily Wrap Up 11/22.
18:19 [One World] (E)
Post-coup Bolivia is at risk of Croatian-style ethnic cleansing and South African-like apartheid unless the protesters succeed in putting substantial international pressure on the new "authorities" and ensuring that genuinely free and fair elections are held as soon as possible as the most realistic attempt to reverse the recent regime change.
7:49 [Jacobin] (E)
Mainstream commentators continue to assert that Evo Morales oversaw a fraudulent election in Bolivia that led to his resignation. But the “resignation” was a coup — and there’s still no proof the election was even fraudulent.
15:46 [Jacobin] (E)
In Bolivia, the military, police, and right-wing extremists have carried out a coup against the elected government. They intend to remain in power by violently suppressing the country`s indigenous and poor.
8:59 [Inforos] (E)
"If my return to Bolivia will help establish peace in the country, I will return tomorrow. It hurts me to see that so many people died," El Universal quoted Morales as saying. He also called on Bolivia`s armed forces and police "not to get your hands covered in the blood" of compatriots. Morales noted that his resignation had to be accepted by the Bolivian parliament and that he will return home if this does not happen.
8:59 [Southfront] (E)
There are videos circulating on Twitter showing Evo Morales supporters gathering to fight against the opposition that seized power. ... At the same time, the opposition, following the coup is struggling with consolidating power. Following the appointment of Sergio Choke, parliament also refused to acknowledge Anez as the legitimate president of Bolivia, since she assumed the interim-president post against the constitution without a vote from the parliament.
8:36 [Stalker Zone] (E)
It is common for the ordinary public to believe that the different revolutions and coups happen as if by themselves. Cinema adds to this notion the idea of the role of the individual in history....At first glance, the coup in Bolivia seems to be the most accurate confirmation of that. President Evo Morales, who had ruled the country for 14 years and once again won national elections (47% of the vote), was defeated by Luis Fernando Camacho as a result of a coup “following the Ukrainian scheme”.
8:21 [Youtube/Al Jazeera] (E)
Der frühere Präsident Evo Morales wurde vom mexikanischen Außenminister Marcelo Ebrard begrüßt. Morales sagte der wartenden Menge, dass er nicht vorhabe, sich aus der Politik zurückzuziehen.
7:30 [Moon of Alabama] (E)
The coup in Bolivia is devastating for the majority of the people in that country. ... But Morales failed to build the defenses that are necessary to make such changes permanent. The leadership of the military and police stood against him. Why were these men in such positions?
7:28 [The Saker] (E)
These are the folks who just came to power: They are all members of some kind of Fascist “Christian” cult. This is what these folks did with those who dare oppose them: Trump loves this. He called it a “significant moment for democracy in the Western Hemisphere” and then he proceeded to threaten two more Latin American states by saying “these events send a strong signal to the illegitimate regimes in Venezuela and Nicaragua that democracy and the will of the people will always prevail. We are now one step closer to a completely democratic, prosperous, and free Western Hemisphere”. Old Uncle Shmuel is still hard at work. In fact, he has a very good point. What this latest coup signals to all patriotic Latin Americans who want to see their continent free from US oppression is this: if you want to openly defy the diktats of the Empire, make absolutely sure the commanders of your armed forces are loyal to you.
7:24 [Mint Press News] (E)
By Alan Macleod - There is a perfect word in the English language for when army generals appear on television demanding the resignation of an elected head of state while their allies detain and torture government officials. Bolivian President Evo Morales “resigned” at gunpoint Sunday, after army generals publicly demanded his resignation, despite convincingly winning re-election just three weeks ago. The preceding 21 days were filled with fractious demonstrations and counter-protests from Morales’ supporters and opponents.
19:53 [One World] (E)
The Hybrid War on Bolivia isn`t over by a long shot, but it did in fact succeed in its most immediate aim of carrying out regime change against democratically re-elected and legitimate President Morales, so it`s important to review how this happened in the hope that other countries can better prepare themselves for responding to asymmetrical warfare campaigns such as this one if they`re ever targeted in the future.
19:49 [Asia Times] (E)
He’s back. With a bang. Only two days after his release from a federal prison in Curitiba, southern Brazil, following a narrow 6×5 decision by the Supreme Court, former President Luis Inacio Lula da Silva delivered a fiery, 45-minute long speech in front of the Metal Workers Union in Sao Bernardo, outside of Sao Paulo, and drawing on his unparalleled political capital, called all Brazilians to stage nothing short of a social revolution.
19:37 [youtube/the Duran] (E)
The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the recent coup in Bolivia which has toppled four term President Evo Morales.
19:36 [Internationalist 360°] (E)
In Bolivia, the coup bloc has not yet been able to form a government. Jeanine Añez, who landed in Bolivia ... However, she should assume the presidency with the agreement of the legislative power, where in both chambers the Movement Towards Socialism, the party that was forcibly displaced, has a majority. ... For the moment, there is no visible direction of the resistance processes. What is clear is that the decision of those conducting the coup will be to respond with repression on every possible level.
19:35 [Zero Hedge] (E)
"...what went down in Bolivia is part of the global proxy war the Trump administration is waging against countries like China and Russia in order to push back against the ongoing transition to a multi-polar geopolitical world."
15:07 [RT] (E)
Bolivian President Evo Morales resigned shortly after the military urged him to do so. Two officials next in line to take over the government also stepped down following weeks of protests. "I resign from my position as president so that (Carlos) Mesa and (Luis Fernando) Camacho do not continue to persecute socialist leaders," Morales said during a televised address, mentioning the leaders of the opposition.
7:40 [Internationalist 360°] (E)
The president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, has announced his resignation from office after opposition groups, who do not want to recognize the election results of last October 20, launched a wave of violence. The escalation of violence by these groups attacked militants and leaders of the Movement towards Socialism (MAS). They are intimidating journalists, burning residences of MAS members, including Evo’s sister, and attacking anyone who looks indigenous. Some political allies and the National Police have gone over to the side of the opposition. The country is in a complete crisis.
7:39 [Internationalist 360°] (E)
The attempt to overthrow President Evo Morales is gaining strength, territory and capacity for action. Like an announced bullet that arrives from the front and has a date: before next Tuesday. That day the country will know the result of the audit in which the Organization of American States (OAS) participates, if there has been fraud in the October 20 elections that gave Morales victory in the first round.
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