Eloquent videos: The Bolivian people resist.
Main focus of resistance is El Alto, one of Bolivia’s biggest cities (about 1 million pop.) and almost entirely indigenous, these are the people Evo assisted with housing and other vital services, thereby making them loyal supporters.
A TELESUR VIDEO Description: El Alto inhabitants, organized in columns, descend on La Paz. It’s clear that the regime in time will seek to destroy El Alto, even if it comes down to naked bombing of the city.
THOUSANDS OF BOLIVIANS JOIN THE PROTESTS
Last Thursday, again a crowd descends from the city of El Alto toward La Paz, capital of Bolivia, to demonstrate against the coup d’etat to the constitutional government of Evo Morales. They demand the immediate resignation of the self-proclaimed president Jeanine Añez. At the same time, other organizations demonstrate in the center of the Bolivian capital. teleSUR •
RT.com video: Indigenous groups confront police and army in skirmishes all over La Paz and other cities.
(El periodista Mariano García se encuentra en La Paz realizando una cobertura especial. Hoy los indígenas aymara marcharon para apoyar a Evo Morales y sueñan con el regreso de su defensor.)
MASIVAS PROTESTAS RODEAN A MILITARES-POLICÍA EN BOLIVIA – AL GRITO PUEBLO UNIDO JAMAS SERA VENCIDO (MASS PROTESTS SURROUND MILITARY-POLICE IN BOLIVIA – SHOUTING “THE PEOPLE UNITED WILL NEVER BE DEFEATED!”)
Telesur report: America’s financing of Bolivian coup, and its long history of poisoned “aid”
US financing of coup actors in Bolivia (El financiamiento de EEUU a actores golpistas en Bolivia)
RT.com newsreel with Latin American news roundup—
Bolivia’s coup plotter Jeanine Añez proclaims herself the new president before a national assemby with no quorum, plus info on Chile and related subjects.
WHILE BACK AT THE EMPIRE—
Western media supports the coup: nothing new on that front
The Western press lies. Here’s the mighty BBC offering its platform to Jeanine Añez so she may “explain” to its comfortable audience in the first world that what has happened in Bolivia is not a coup, oh no, but “a citizens’ movement to recapture the integrity of the nation’s elections.” Añez declares, without pushback from the BBC journo, that Evo was trying to “impose his regime by force”. A blatant lie.
Jeanine Áñez, presidenta interina de Bolivia: “Evo quería imponerse por la fuerza” | BBC Mundo (Jeanine Áñez, interim president of Bolivia: “Evo wanted to impose himself by force” | BBC World):
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