Saturday, January 21, 2006

Bolivia's Leader Solidifies Region's Leftward Tilt

TIWANAKU, Bolivia: When Evo Morales, an Aymara Indian and former head of the Bolivian coca growers union, is sworn in as president on Sunday, it may be the hardest turn yet in South America's persistent left-leaning tilt, with the potential for big reverberations far beyond the borders of this landlocked Andean nation.
While mostly vague on details, and recently moderating his tone, Mr. Morales promises to transform Bolivia. He has said he would "depenalize" cultivation of coca, the prime ingredient for cocaine, which Washington has spent hundreds of millions of dollars and more than two decades trying to eradicate.......Click title for link to article.......
CYOUINCOURT007: The above picture(found in Spanish Newspaper :ElMundo)...depicts men of Aymaran ethnic group gathered at the Tiahuanaco ruins for a spiritual ceremony for Bolivia's new leader.........
Note the Cuban flags........communism continues to spread in our hemisphere and the alliance of Fidel Castro, and Hugo Chavez is giving birth to offspring.


Blogger Louise said...

I wonder what their children will look like?

4:34 PM  

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