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QatzelOk wrote:Skinster, it was obvious almost right from the beginning that the coup d'etat was energized with those fabulous Western Lies that we're so good at. Only now that the coup is leading to MONEY_for_OLIGARCHS, it is safe to reveal the LIE. The gullible crowd has already moved on to its next lie.
skinster wrote:I know this, just wanted to point out how people like blackjack, JohnRawls, Rugoz, rancid etc. were wrong on their regime-support-y ways, yet again. But you're right, they'll move on to the next lies.
That story is an old hat. The statistical analysis of the OAS report was criticized by CEPR last year already.
That doesn't address or negate the other points in the OLS report however, in fact the analysis only makes up the "clues" part in the report:
http://www.oas.org/fpdb/press/Audit-Rep ... vFINAL.pdf
QatzelOk wrote:It's important to "keep the lie alive" by complicating the story and changing some of the details.
Heisenberg wrote:I love that despite almost a year of economic terrorism and gaslighting by the US government, NYT and WaPo, it seems Bolivians still haven't warmed up to #Girlboss Jeannine Añez. She's polling in a distant third place while MAS has more than 40% and is 15 points ahead of second place.
Tainari88 wrote:You know the Unabomber was a loner and socially inadequate, but he was also the recipient of intense psychological torture at a very young age while he studied at Harvard University. He had enormous difficulty cultivating human connections. He had no girlfriends and was a virgin at the age of 53 when they imprisoned him for life. He was a genius with an IQ score of 167. A math professor at University of California at Berkeley. He was a very very interesting man. He said that the industrial revolution and industrialization was a failure. He lived off the grid with no running water or electricity in some cabin in a tiny town in Montana named Lincoln. In some tiny house/shed he had built to perfect mathematical proportions with his younger brother David.
Tainari88 wrote:The American middle classes have completely false and unrealistic expectations of what kinds of challenges people face in other nations and other parts of the world.
Tainari88 wrote:It doesn't agree with Judeo-Christian consumerism.
QatzelOk wrote:Western citizens are like: "We don't care. This doesn't affect us negatively, and might even bring down the cost of the electric cars we are being told will save us from extinction, or something."
skinster wrote:I know this, just wanted to point out how people like blackjack, JohnRawls, Rugoz, rancid etc. were wrong on their regime-support-y ways, yet again.
Tainari88 wrote:You never gave a damn about the Latin American sincere and real democracies yet you want me to worry about your lies and fake Empires full of total lies and distortions?
blackjack21 wrote:Western citizens are more like, "Bolivia? Is that contagious? What are the symptoms?"
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