BOLSONARO ONTVANGT POETIN, MODI, XI JINPING OM TE SPREKEN OVER DE ‘BATTLE FOR LATIN AMERICA’

TERWIJL DE COMPLETE TOP VAN DE WERELDPOLITIEK (BEHALVE TRUMP) ONDER LEIDING VAN BOLSONARO VERGADERT OVER DE KOSMISCHE OORLOG TUSSEN DE BILDERBERGERS EN DE PATRIOTS, VOERT DE NWO-DEEP STATE EEN AANVAL UIT IN BRASILIA OP DE AMBASSADE VAN VENEZUELA * BOLIVIA LIJKT NU IN HANDEN TE ZIJN VAN DE PATRIOTS NA HET VERDRIJVEN VAN MAXIMA-ASSET MORALES

Deze passage uit The Guardian geeft aardig aan hoe de kampen in Latijns Amerika zijn verdeeld: Neighbouring countries’ responses to the ousting of Morales have reflected the ideological divisions of a continent where populism on the right and the left has been on the rise once again. Those backing Morales included Venezuela’s embattled leader Nicolás Maduro, Nicaragua’s seemingly eternal president Daniel Ortega, and Cuba’s Miguel Díaz-Canel. This camp also includes Brazil’s former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, who blamed it on Latin America’s “economic elite”, and Argentina’s president-elect, Alberto Fernández, who said it returned the region to “the bad days of the 70s”. Brazil’s current far-right leader, Jair Bolsonaro, has been the loudest voice against Morales. “The left uses the word ‘coup’ a lot when it loses, right?” he told O Globo. Other regional leaders have avoided the subject – most notably Chile’s conservative president, Sebastián Piñera, who is clinging to power in the face of a wave of social unrest. His government issued a statement calling for a peaceful and democratic solution. Similar statements have come out of Peru and Colombia.

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