By Leon J Williams
Bolivian officials say they have conclusive proof that the US government, along with it’s embassy staff in Bolivia is trying to destabilise Bolivia and its government.
Bolivia is preparing the evidence for submission directly to US President Obama himself.
Numerous states in Latin America and indeed around the world accuse the US of the same thing. Essentially asserting their dominance over other countries in order to get favourable terms for its government and American businesses as well as convince the citizens of those respective countries to adopt political and economical systems more aligned to the US style.
Some of the countries who have ‘issues’ with the US, this list represents a variety of problems and the list is by no means exhaustive:
Most notably the US has great beef with the ideology of nationalisation, welfare and in general anything ‘social’, one example being that relations with Angola were only normalised in 1992 after Angola denounced Marxism.
Whether Bolivia does or doesn’t have conclusive evidence of American actions/plans to destabilise their country the result is extremely unlikely to change anything, the US will ignore the evidence (rightly or wrongly) and Bolivia will remain anti-American.