Thursday, September 11, 2008

This has CIA written all over it.

posted by The Vidiot @ 2:45 PM Permalink

Evo Morales kicked the US ambassador out of Bolivia. Why? Because he thinks he has something to do with the unrest there.

It's entirely possible that he does have something to do with it. I'm reading this book Legacy of Ashes. The history of the CIA by Tim Weiner, and the things the CIA does is EXACTLY that. They stir up trouble, make it look like it's a problem in the entire country, sometimes it works, most of the time it doesn't. AND they tend to use ambassadors and other official personnel for cover.

So, Morales has every right to kick that guy out of the country.

Update: And so does Venezuela for that matter. Read that CIA book. It's quite an eye-opener. I'm only 1/3 of the way through it. The guy who recommended it said it TOTALLY explained why the republicans always win elections.

Update 2: Ha! I wasn't even close to being wrong.
He presented his credentials before President Evo Morales on October 13, 2006; but three months before his arrival in Bolivia, when he was still in Pristina fulfilling his role as head of the US mission in Kosovo, it was already being said that the new US ambassador designated by George Bush for this Andean country, Philip Goldberg, would come to take part in the separatist process that was being cultivated in the background to pierce the Bolivian regime.

On July 13, 2006, the journalist for El Deber of Santa Cruz, Leopoldo Vegas, published a report indicating that "in the view of three political scientists interviewed after learning about the White House's decision, the experience acquired by Goldberg in eastern Europe which produced ethnic conflict after the separation of the former Yugoslavia can be used in Bolivia, using as an opportunity the changes that the government itself is trying to introduce."

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