Updates on Bolivia: News & Background that Mainstream Media & Institutional Left Orgs are NOT Reporting …

Updates at these websites: wrongkindofgreen.org, Bolivia Rising & Juan Carlos Zambrana


BOLIBYA? | Obama: Libya is the International Model October 5th, 2011, includes article by author Juan Carlos Zambrana Marchetti

“According to a report by journalist Juan Carlos Zambrana Marchetti, Washington, United States, a small group of people staged a protest near singular to the White House. “They called the invasion of Bolivia with posters and photos that said” Mubarak, Gaddafi and the following is Morales”  …

http://wrongkindofgreen.org/2011/10/06/bolibya-obama-libya-is-the-international-model/

Ravens and Vultures | Cuervos y Buitres – América Latina en Movimiento October 4th, 2011 by Emir Sader. Sader is a sociologist and scientist in Brazil, and is executive secretary of the Latin American Social Sciences Council (CLACSO)

“Do not praise the land reform, nationalization of the mines, the Constituent Assembly implemented by Evo. No support measures sovereign foreign policy of Brazil, in recognition of Palestine, in the mediation of Iran, support for Cuba. Only complaints, because the universe is not the general struggle of the people, but the universe confined to the left. No driving mass struggles, only ideological struggle. They do not build political power for the left forward, always trying to divide.” …

http://wrongkindofgreen.org/2011/10/05/ravens-and-vultures-cuervos-y-buitres-america-latina-en-movimiento/

El TIPNIS: La otra guerra del golpe suave | The TIPNIS: The Other Soft War – La Epoca October 4th, 2011, by Cynthia Cisneros

“What is happening with the TIPNIS and media coverage that has the support and intellectual circles in opposition to the government now is creating a crisis whose background is similar to all those forms of soft coup was attempted in destabilize the government of Evo Morales.” …

http://wrongkindofgreen.org/2011/10/05/el-tipnis-la-otra-guerra-del-golpe-suave-the-tipnis-the-other-soft-war/

Fourth Generation War against Evo | La Guerra de Cuarta Generación contra Evo October 4th, 2011, by Hugo Moldiz Mercado

“One strategy that has media and social networking instruments of execution, has sought since 2006 to build social collective imaginations and sensibilities contrary to the process of change and to wear the leadership of President Evo Morales at the prospect of violent overthrow or political and electoral defeat. Taking advantage of unwarranted repression of indigenous September 24, the Fourth Generation War again showed his face.” …

http://wrongkindofgreen.org/2011/10/05/fourth-generation-war-against-evo-la-guerra-de-cuarta-generacion-contra-evo/

Flashback: Declassified Documents Revealed More than $97 Million from USAID to Separatist Projects in Bolivia Eva Golinger Venezuela-based award-winning Attorney and Author

“USAID’s work in Bolivia is not just oriented towards strengthening the opposition to Evo Morales and promoting separatism, but also involves attempts to penetrate and infiltrate indigenous communities, seeking out new actors to promote Washington’s agenda that have an image more representative of the Bolivian indigenous majority. One declassified document clearly outlines the necessity to give ‘more support to USAID and Embassy indigenous interns to build and consolidate a network of graduates who advocate for the US Government in key areas.’” …

http://wrongkindofgreen.org/2011/10/05/flashback-declassified-documents-revealed-more-than-97-million-from-usaid-to-separatist-projects-in-bolivia/

Bolivian Organizations Will March for the Change – October 1st, 2011, Prensa Latina

“Bolivian organizations from the Unity Pact ratified Saturday that they will march on Oct. 12 to support the process of change headed by President Evo Morales since January 2006. The decision was made after a meeting held with Evo and Vice President Alvaro Garcia, where the current Bolivian situation was analyzed, said Ever Choquehuanca, the director of the Departmental Federation of Inter-cultural Peace Communities. The Unity Pact is made up of the Confederation of Bolivian Farm Workers (CSUTCB), the National Council of Ayllus and Markas del Qullasuyu (CONAMAQ), Bolivia’s Confederation of Intercultural Communities Unions, and the National Confederation of Indigenous Farmer Women from Bolivia-Bartolina Sisa. Meanwhile, social sectors from Santa Cruz announced a series of pro-government mobilizations, said the president of the Santa Cruz Parliamentary Brigade, Mauro Pena. The organizations, he added, are concerned about the impacts of an indigenous walk that started on August 15 in Trinidad rejecting the construction of a route that would link Cochabamba and Santa Cruz, but marked by political tones. Many sectors agree the protest also aims to boycott the judicial elections on Oct. 16, he stressed.”

http://boliviarising.blogspot.com/2011/10/bolivian-organizations-will-march-for.html

Evo Morales Expects to Talk with Indigenous Marchers – October 4th, 2011, Prensa Latina

“Bolivian President Evo Morales expressed his willingness to receive at the Presidential Palace indigenous marchers protesting the construction of an inter-departmental road and now moving to the city of La Paz. Morales said before starting the process of dialogue with the leaders of the mobilization, obligations must be met with the ministers of state in charge of meeting the specifications of 16 demands. Morales had already accused the marchers of obstructing Judicial elections scheduled for October 16, an alert that was completed on Monday, when Adolfo Chavez, head of the mobilization, proposed to postpone those elections for November. According to the radio station Erbol, Chavez admitted that the arrival of the march to the seat of government in defense of indigenous territory Isiboro Secure (Tipnis), a day before the vote, could create some problems.” …

http://boliviarising.blogspot.com/2011/10/evo-morales-expects-to-talk-with.html

BOLIBYA? | Obama: Libya is the International Model October 5th, 2011, by Juan Carlos Zambrana Marchetti

“According to a report by journalist Juan Carlos Zambrana Marchetti, Washington, United States, a small group of people staged a protest near singular to the White House. “They called the invasion of Bolivia with posters and photos that said” Mubarak, Gaddafi and the following is Morales”  …

http://wrongkindofgreen.org/2011/10/06/bolibya-obama-libya-is-the-international-model/

Ravens and Vultures | Cuervos y Buitres – América Latina en Movimiento October 4th, 2011 by Emir Sader. Sader is a sociologist and scientist in Brazil, and is executive secretary of the Latin American Social Sciences Council (CLACSO)

“Do not praise the land reform, nationalization of the mines, the Constituent Assembly implemented by Evo. No support measures sovereign foreign policy of Brazil, in recognition of Palestine, in the mediation of Iran, support for Cuba. Only complaints, because the universe is not the general struggle of the people, but the universe confined to the left. No driving mass struggles, only ideological struggle. They do not build political power for the left forward, always trying to divide.” …

http://wrongkindofgreen.org/2011/10/05/ravens-and-vultures-cuervos-y-buitres-america-latina-en-movimiento/

The Critical Moment for Bolivians – by Author Juan Carlos Zambrana – September 30th, 2011

“Disappeared” is not a term for those who went into hiding or headed out into the wilderness. The term applies to the 30,000 young people who were thrown into the River Plate in Argentina during the right-wing dictatorships. The death of a child was not confirmed, either, but that did not stop the dissemination of the report like a trail of gunpowder. Emphasis was placed on the words “repression” and “brutality,” in order to evoke the memories of the dictatorships and neoliberal governments. With emotions exacerbated, public opinion was detoured from rational analysis and trapped in deceit. …

http://wrongkindofgreen.org/2011/10/10/the-critical-moment-for-bolivians-by-author-juan-carlos-zambrana/

Ravens and Vultures | Cuervos y Buitres – América Latina en Movimiento October 4th, 2011 by Emir Sader. Sader is a sociologist and scientist in Brazil, and is executive secretary of the Latin American Social Sciences Council (CLACSO)

“Do not praise the land reform, nationalization of the mines, the Constituent Assembly implemented by Evo. No support measures sovereign foreign policy of Brazil, in recognition of Palestine, in the mediation of Iran, support for Cuba. Only complaints, because the universe is not the general struggle of the people, but the universe confined to the left. No driving mass struggles, only ideological struggle. They do not build political power for the left forward, always trying to divide.” …

http://wrongkindofgreen.org/2011/10/05/ravens-and-vultures-cuervos-y-buitres-america-latina-en-movimiento/

Is It Police Brutality in Bolivia or Is It Something Much More Insidious to the International Media Coverage? – September 30th, 2011, by Lynette Yetter

“The cloak of populist sentiment changes with the topic and the times; jargon such as “God’s will” has been replaced with “protect indigenous people and the rain forest.” Of course we want to protect indigenous people and the rain forest. This is vital to our survival as a species. But, is that what we are really doing when we sign one of the petitions that are going around the Internet?” …

http://wrongkindofgreen.org/2011/10/05/is-it-police-brutality-in-bolivia-or-is-it-something-much-more-insidious/

VIDEO: TIPNIS: Indigenous of Western Bolivia support Government (english subs) Sept. 30th, 2011

http://wrongkindofgreen.org/2011/10/01/video-sept-30th-2011-tipnis-indigenous-of-western-bolivia-support-government-english-subs/

Who Really Leads on the Environment? The “Movement” Verses Evo MoralesSept. 30th, 2011 by Cory Morningstar

http://wrongkindofgreen.org/2011/09/30/who-really-leads-on-the-environment-bolivia-verses-the-movement-the-facts-speak-for-themselves/

TAKE ACTION: Tell Avaaz to STOP the Destabilization of Bolivia Campaign

http://bit.ly/ncZ0f4

ABOUT THE U.S. DEMOCRACY CENTRE (An Open Letter to Our Friends About the Current Situation in Bolivia)

http://bit.ly/qwZwwf

ABOUT U.S. AMAZON WATCH (TAKE ACTION: Help stop police repression in Bolivia)

http://bit.ly/q7CMO1

Peak Hypocrisy | U.S. Organizations Exploit Crisis in Bolivia

http://bit.ly/nUnWiL

Regarding letter to Morales on TIPNIS dispute

http://bit.ly/oQApGt

Bolivia: Crisis deepens over disputed highway

http://bit.ly/qUX11N

Bolivia: NGOs wrong on Morales and Amazon

http://bit.ly/mUBPp3

Bolivia: US worked to divide social movements, WikiLeaks shows

http://bit.ly/qY6poG

Bolivia: Amazon protest — development before environment?

http://bit.ly/o9SkWF

How Many ‘Big Greens’ Endorsed the People’s Agreement of Cochabamba?

http://bit.ly/nOJ3g2

Letter from CONAIE to Evo Morales regarding TIPNIS

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