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Bolivian blow to NWO

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posted on Jun, 8 2005 @ 07:04 AM
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I was reading my newspaper today and read that Bolivian president has resigned (ran like a rat) from office. Then I remembered a Bolivian Water Revolt when Bolivians forced Bechtel Corp. to close its business in Bolivia.

Here are the links

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I got to admitt, those Bolivian boys sure know how to stick it to the NWO International corporations. Maybe we should take some lessons from them.

Here is some more info about Water Revolt and

Gas Revolt

[edit on 8-6-2005 by yanchek]




posted on Jun, 8 2005 @ 07:29 AM
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This is just life as usual in Bolivia.

Our daughter is adopted from Bolivia.
We spent a month there.
Our best friends are from Bolivia.

Bolivia changes governements every few years. No ... they don't
just change the people within the government .. they change the
entire government. There is absolutely no stability in that country.

Everything runs on a bribe system. If you want anything done,
anything, you must have some $$ in the palm of your hand when
you shake hands with the person. This is anything from getting
a washing machine to getting your id card at the police station.

It is the poorest country in the West. I doubt that anything that
happens in Bolivia will effect the NWO. I'm sure that 'they'
(the NWO powers) ignore Bolivia and just assume the country
will continue on with it's instability - as it has for many decades.

As far as 'forcing Bechtel out'. Yeah, that was really brilliant
. The poorest country in the West pushes out a company
that provided jobs and $$$ to a severely depressed area.
That was't brilliant .. it was just continuing the poverty and
ignorance that is prevelant in that country.



[edit on 6/8/2005 by FlyersFan]



posted on Jun, 8 2005 @ 07:40 AM
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Originally posted by FlyersFan
As far as 'forcing Bechtel out'. Yeah, that was really brilliant
. The poorest country in the West pushes out a company
that provided jobs and $$$ to a severely depressed area.
That was't brilliant .. it was just continuing the poverty and
ignorance that is prevelant in that country.


What good was from Bechtel to give jobs to people when they had to spent it all on water? Bechtel even forrbided people to use water collected from rain.

I guess you know much more about Bolivia and its people than I but IMO they just want to stop corporations from robbing their countrys natural resources and get a fair deal with those corporations.

[edit on 8-6-2005 by yanchek]



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