Daily Archives: September 12, 2020

2020-09-12: News Headlines

Anya Parampil (2020-09-11). US govt & Democrat-tied troll farm boosts Bolivian coup regime, meddles in Mexico, Venezuela. thegrayzone.com Red Lines host Anya Parampil speaks with The Grayzone's Ben Norton about US troll farm CLS Strategies that boosted Bolivia's coup regime and sought to destabilize leftist Venezuelan and Mexican governments. Ben Norton joined Red Lines to discuss his recent piece, "U.S. govt-linked PR firm ran fake news networks for right-wing Latin American regimes." He …

teleSUR (2020-09-11). Bolivia: Evo Morales' Supporters Claim Political Persecution. telesurenglish.net Prosecutors, lawyers, and human rights defenders Friday denounced political persecution and abuse of power by Bolivia's coup-born regime led by Jeanine Añez over President Evo Morales' collaborators and supporters. | RELATED: | "Bolivia's justice system is promoting unfounded charges on Morales' supporters, as it is applying preventive arrest arbitrarily," Ombudsman Nadia Cruz assured. | The Añez regime launched criminal investigations agains…

Manuela Solé (2020-09-10). Venezuela Backs Bolivia's Morales and Ecuador's Correa Following Court Rulings. venezuelanalysis.com The Maduro government recently launched the Simon Bolivar International Institute to strengthen international solidarity.

teleSUR Desk (2020-09-09). Bolivia Court denies Evo Morales candidacy for October 18 elections. mronline.org "History shows that they will be able to disqualify Evo, but they will not be able to outlaw the people," Evo Morales replied as he urged Bolivians no to "fall into any provocation," instead "abide by that decision because our commitment and priority is for the people to come out of the crisis."

Matt Sedlar (2020-09-08). The OAS Misused Its Own Data to Help Fabricate Its Accusation of Fraud Against Evo Morales. cepr.net Jacobin See article on original site August 20 was a day that shook a small world of scientists that had all but given up — short of legal threats — on getting a glimpse into the data and methods behind the analyses that took down the Bolivian government. Slowed by stonewalling and gaslighting, researchers had …