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Bolivia’s New Self-Declared “Interim President” Believes Indians Are “Satanic”, Shouldn’t Be Allowed in Cities — Marko Marjanović

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Anti-EmpireBolivia’s New Self-Declared “Interim President” Believes Indians Are “Satanic”, Shouldn’t Be Allowed in Cities Marko Marjanović Statement from Colectivo Curva on the resistance of the people of El Alto in response to the ongoing coup attempt in Bolivia. Based in El Alto themselves, Colectivo Curva argue that the native peoples of El Alto remember their history of struggle against the Morales government: they do not fight for him and his party, but against an attack on their communities from the far-right coup plotters. Democracy allowed the indigenous peoples to elect a government and the coup was the reaction by the non-indigenous people to the rule of the indigenous.libcom.org They are not Evo supporters! They are Alteños, dammit! Ivan Apaza Calle, El Alto, November

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Bolivia’s New Self-Declared “Interim President” Believes Indians Are “Satanic”, Shouldn’t Be Allowed in Cities — Marko Marjanović


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Bolivia’s New Self-Declared “Interim President” Believes Indians Are “Satanic”, Shouldn’t Be Allowed in Cities
Marko Marjanović
Statement from Colectivo Curva on the resistance of the people of El Alto in response to the ongoing coup attempt in Bolivia. Based in El Alto themselves, Colectivo Curva argue that the native peoples of El Alto remember their history of struggle against the Morales government: they do not fight for him and his party, but against an attack on their communities from the far-right coup plotters.
Democracy allowed the indigenous peoples to elect a government and the coup was the reaction by the non-indigenous people to the rule of the indigenous.

libcom.org

They are not Evo supporters! They are Alteños, dammit!
Ivan Apaza Calle, El Alto, November 2019
Mike Norman
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