The Most Important CIA Agents in Bolivia

Managua con Amor Events such as the consummation of the coup d’état against Bolivian President Evo Morales “are only the beginning of what Langley (Virginia, CIA headquarters) has in store for Latin American countries that don’t like them,” warns the Behind Back Doors website, known for its accurate revelations about U.S. interference in Latin America…

Behind the Coup: The Most Important CIA Agents in La Paz, Bolivia

Behind Back Doors Just as I had been alerting, the plans for a coup against the President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, were consummated. Nevertheless, keep in mind that, this is just the beginning of what Langley has in store for the countries of Latin America they don’t like. The list is long, and every thing…

The Old Puppets Return: Meet Bolivia’s Corrupt Washington-Backed Candidates

Oliver Vargas Elections are looming in Bolivia. Despite closing ranks to force out Evo Morales’ left-indigenous government, the different factions of Bolivia’s pro-coup right have fallen out with each other less than three months into their rule. The crisis boiled over on January 26, when Jeanine Anez, the self-declared ‘interim’ president, declared that she would…

Behind the Coup: The Argentine Intelligence Agency (AFI) in Bolivia

Behind Back Doors The CIA station in La Paz instructed the Chief of Argentine Intelligence Agency (AFI, by its abbreviation in Spanish) in Bolivia, José Sanchez, to support the gathering of information on Evo Morales and his administrations; and all Cuban, Venezuelan and Nicaraguan officials residing in Bolivia, including diplomats. In order to comply with…

Bolivia: Interpol Rejects Coup Government Request for Persecution against Evo Morales

The International Police (Interpol) notified Bolivia’s coup government of its refusal to activate the blue and red stamps against former President Evo Morales, who is accused of terrorism, financing it, and sedition. Attorney Eduardo León revealed that Interpol considered that the request processed by the Attorney General, Juan Lanchipa, differed from Articles 2(i) and 3…

Meet the Candidates Taking on Bolivia’s US-Backed Right Wing Government

Oliver Vargas Bolivia’s presidential elections are scheduled to take place on May 3, 2020. The elections will be organized by the ‘transitional’ government of Jeanine Anez who seized power in a U.S.-backed military coup on November 10, 2019. The coup forced out the democratically elected leftist-indigenous government of Evo Morales, who presided over an economic…

Bolivian Usurpers Stand Naked

José Luis Méndez Méndez More than two months after the military coup, which installed the Bolivian usurpers in power by force, Bolivia is still shaken and the de facto regime has shown its real servile nature to the United States. The protests continue in the convulsed country, immersed in a brutal militarization to try in…

Bolivia Under the Wrath of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse

Ollantay Itzamná Once upon a time, there was a country vilified and impoverished (for nearly two centuries of a failed Republic), which through the almost “miraculous” work/sacrifice of its prominent social movements regained its dignity, and began to prosper economically by more than 4% per year (when its neighbours barely reach 2% on average) during…

Bolivians Celebrate Fourteen Years of the Plurinational State

Peoples Dispatch Former Bolivian President Evo Morales addressed the people of Bolivia from Buenos Aires on the Plurinational State Day on January 22. Photo: Frente Patria Grande This January 22 marked 14 years since the creation of the Plurinational State of Bolivia. Bolivian citizens, Indigenous organizations, social movements and trade unions commemorated the day with…