Revolution Looms in South America
The rapid developments in South America are causing concern to the "new" colonizer, who has worked hard to isolate the Latin left, and to trade the people of his "back garden" between loyalty that brings happiness or the challenge of poverty and collapse.
Win do Iguasu | Two decades ago, Washington's latin American interventionism did not resonate with elites in the New World. Despite the warnings of the Uruguayan thinker, Eduardo Galliano, through his famous author, Open Arteries of Latin America. The soft policies of successive U.S. administrations have focused on establishing relationships with security and intelligence institutions, and supporting a number of social and religious organizations, without showing any direct interference in Latin state politics. At the time, Washington recognized that poverty and disease were its bulwark of creating an evolving world in its backyard, and that organized crime, which harvests hundreds of thousands a year, was a hidden civil war that prevented powerful and independent entities. However, the emergence of liberal parties, spearheaded by the Latin scene, forced Americans to snore their fangs and highlight their neocolonial project based on the equation of economic occupation and the usurpation of political decision. Galliano's study, published in 1979, foresaw the return of Western colonialism with an American front through the open ports of South America: "For the united capitalism, the world is the adult market, and Latinos are able to be slaves and farmers, who are producing their masters and reforming vast tracts of their land for foreign companies. The vision of colonialism will not change, and he will seek with all his tools and energies to impose slavery from generation to generation".
This theory has become very realistic, with the succession of events in South America and the rise of the free currents that have attracted unprecedented popularity. The Brazilian experience led by Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva for example, was not hostile to Washington, but offered economic partnership under the roof of mutual appeal and interests. U.S. administrations did not accept to treat their "users" as people with the right to self-determination, set up machinations and use their media and political machines, and led the process of removing former President Dilma Rousseff, and preparing for the far-right that carried the slogans of loyalty to Washington and Tel Aviv. Not only did Washington isolate the Latin left, but through its judicial and security tools. It contributed to the manufacture of criminal files that brought the leaders of the first row of the Brazilian Labor Party to prison for nearly two years, before being released temporarily. However, the popular outcry over the historic leader recalculated the ruling system, which raised his prison term from 12 years to one month to 17 years. A trial came to surround the tsunami da Silva, which poses a real threat to the U.S. project in Brazil.
Argentina's return to the lap of the left reinforced American fear. The return of the left does not represent a normal transition of power, but has revealed the reality of the American trick (still being traded today) in which people trade between loyalty that brings happiness or the challenge of poverty and collapse. At that time, the Argentinians believed this "lie", and Mr. Ashkar angered them with further poverty and inflation, until one third of the people reached the brink of famine. The re-election of Evo Morales in Bolivia, despite all Washington's relentless attempts to overthrow him, has gone mad. Bolivia began a successful economic experiment that opposed all colonial theories; the nationalization of oil and gas companies and the distribution of their revenues to the local economy gave the country the highest growth rate in South America. Because Bolivia has a rare and critical oil reserves, Washington, along with its domestic clients, led a military coup that toppled President Morales and formed a right-wing government headed by Second Vice President Of the Senate, Ignanini Anis. Despite the hundreds of victims who have fallen in protest, the international community has turned a blind eye to mass executions and arbitrary arrests, and has given legitimacy to the "slave" government (according to Galliano's reading), which before the adoption of any of the so-called social reforms hastened to restore political relations With the United States of America. An Israeli embassy was opened in La Paz years after it was closed in protest against the successive crimes of occupation against the Palestinian people. Washington's political and military pressure in Bolivia has negatively impacted Uruguay's left-wing candidate, who is leading the polls for the second presidential round. But the fear of questioning the election results and applying the La Paz scenario to Montevideo limited the support of the ruling party's candidate Daniel Martins, as opposed to right-wing party candidate Luis Lacalle Bo, who narrowly won Uruguay's presidency.
Behind all these results lies the intense conflict between a popular will seeking security and stability and a "new" colonizer. He determines the results of the elections and their integrity, and he determines the choices of the peoples, covers the militarization of Bolivia and de-legitimizes Venezuela. Its army, blesses the demonstrations in Nicaragua and considers it a popular expression that condemns it in Chile and describes it as a Cuban-Venezuelan conspiracy, which prevents refugees from entering its territory for a living and allows itself to violate Mexico's borders to pursue so-called "terrorists"... With this model, Washington controls the fate of its neighbors, detailing their rulers to measure their interests. But the Latin reality suggests another reading this time launched by the Brazilian leftist leader, Lula da Silva, who considered that the right that forms America's arm in the region does not belong to the peoples of this continent and does not resemble it in anything. And its capture is an issue that will not last long, as the revolution of the poor looms.
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