Saturday, February 16, 2008

A Truce Evo Style and the Cocalero Cojones

A few days ago, after the Departmental Electoral Court of Santa Cruz defined they would go ahead with the departmental referendum for autonomies, against the will of its national director, the regime’s puppet J.L Exeni; A decision that came immediately after the CONALDE stepped out of the negotiation table when the maSSist intended to manipulate the agenda for their “dialog”. Evo Morales and his neo indigenous fascist shivered of fear and decided to call a “humanitarian truce”, with no political talking and pressure of no parts in these terrible days where half of Bolivia is under inundation.

The CONALDE of course was politically forced to accept he truce but did not back down from their intent to move the autonomic referendum. The regime’s rhetoric was quiet in the two days that was busy trying, with no success, to prove the US government was spying over the spies of Cuba and Venezuela in our territory. Then Evo Morales moved to his home turf, El Chapare, supposedly to follow up over “humanitarian assistance” given to his supporters in this also, inundated area.

But all Evo did was, well, tear down the truce; not that we are surprise at him not being truthful with the country, but one will expect at least a week of peace and quiet; who knows and with all this rain, what bug must be bugging our own Bolivian apprentice of dictator. Among the “news” he publicly gave us is that his people in El Chapare and El Altiplano, were asking him to have “cojones” and if not, to give them weapons to put the “cojones” for him in order to achieve their indigenous inclined political change. Of course we all know that the regime has already these paramilitary forces established in El Alto and Achacachi (Altiplano), Cochabamba (El Chapare) and as the violent acts of Montero showed, in Santa Cruz.

Of course he also cried about the “illegality” of the referendum for autonomies in Santa Cruz and advocate the Social Sectors, representing the regimes SS, and the army to take part in violent acts against the autonomic movement; Which is present in Santa Cruz, Tarija, Beni, Chuquisaca, Pando and Cochabamba. No wander he is so afraid, he needs to go to his cocaleros zealots to take a little bath of testosterone. The problem he has, and is what really bugs him, is that he will have to violently restrict at least half of the country, something he isn’t capable to do, not even with the help of Fidel & Chavez.

So, the truce is off and half of the country is still under water, but the regime wants it or not, the autonomy is well afloat and no quantities of SS paramilitary are going to detain it.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Isn't it hypocritical to complain about the Morales's administrations lack of attention to the flooding. Doesn't the media luna want increased autonomy? Why do you seek the assistance of the central government if media luna wants to control their own affairs? It does not seem that the eastern departments are prepared to do so, given that their only response is to blame Morales and not work on solution in a collaborative way.

BOLIVIA LIBRE said...

Ano 7:30 PM; why hypocritical? Does the “media luna” has autonomy and their own choice of using their resources already? Do you know about the maSSist decrees forgiving any foreign donation to pass by anybody but his own government first?
In addition, Bolivia is a Country with a government that must tend to the needs of the whole Country, the autonomic process will not change that, you are buying into the fictional “separatist” tale by the Evo group. When we have autonomies, and we will have them; the central government, which we will also have, will need to tend any major problem within the Country, just like now; if someone is not willing to do it, then don’t run for president of the whole Country.
Having autonomies, of course, will allow local governments to get international help or use their own resources without asking for “permission” of the central government, which consist in the central government calling an area a disaster zone; something the Evo regime was fast to call when their zealots in el Chapare where in trouble but took way to much to do it in those areas where he is not so beloved. Once again, I do not see any hypocrisy from those seeking autonomy and help for natural disaster in their territory, I see it from the one that promised to govern for everybody.

Anonymous said...

You contradict yourself bolibre. So you want complete independence? Just leave the country and go to Kosovo. You do not seem to be bolivian at all.

BOLIVIA LIBRE said...

Ano 1:23 PM
What part off:
"the autonomic process will not change that, you are buying into the fictional “separatist” tale by the Evo group. When we have autonomies, and we will have them; the central government, which we will also have, will need to tend any major problem within the Country, just like now; if someone is not willing to do it, then don’t run for president of the whole Country."
You didn't get?