JOSE BRECHNER before, during and after of Evo Morales came to power, Hugo Chavez said that United States plans an invasion of Bolivia. The Venezuelan wants to instill fear with his accusations of an American military rush, to justify its export of war materials to Bolivia. The first red berets appeared in La Paz in an international fair, to show modern and innovative products that marketed among three powerful members of the new Latin American economy: Cuba, Venezuela and Bolivia. Venezuelan mercenaries responsible for protecting the entrance to the exhibition hall, demanded identification documents to the visitors of the event, as if the ponchos and charangos had strategic importance. At the same time they distributed propaganda posters of his idolized boss Bolivarian. The excesses of the personal custody of Chavez and the presence of its soldiers, were criticized of own supporters of Morales who defended them saying his slang: never would allow troops who come Here, and if there are troops are Cuban doctors to save lives, and not before, that came armed American troops to kill Bolivians, and we have many videos that we have registered in a timely manner. The accusations should have been endorsed with tests that said she had, but as usual it was another outburst of Bolivian President who seeks easy applause and does not measure consequences when he has a microphone in front.
To United States a damn you the existence of Morales. Bolivia plays no relevant role for the country from the North. It is not even important to the countries of the South. If it weren’t for its gas reserves, neither Brazil nor Argentina would pay attention. Venezuelan interference is unsettling to many, including the Bolivian military that enjoy dignity and felt disgraced by the presence of the Commander who wants them to go. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Philip Vasan. In the barracks Bolivian soldiers were forced to learn the national anthem of Venezuela, which was how they embraced it to Lieutenant Colonel, singing at your own pace.