Data firm IDEIA uses Cambridge Analytica methods to target voters

“This document should sound global alarm bells that there are growing threats to the integrity of our elections… This is 1984 meets the 21st century.”
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Bolivia Coup Links

Bolivia’s Evo Morales forced out by coup

Several ministers whose houses were set on fire and MAS deputies resigned. Then, Morales and Vice President Álvaro García Linera announced their resignations from the Chapare region in central Bolivia, where Morales began his political career as a trade unionist.

The Bolivian Coup Is Not a Coup—Because US Wanted It to Happen

“A coup is not a coup if we like the outcome.”

CEFR’s Report on Bolivia’s Election Results (PDF).

Lessons To Learn From The Coup In Bolivia

Bolivian Coup Comes Less Than a Week After Morales Stopped Multinational Firm’s Lithium Deal

Bolivians protest over lithium deal with German company

Lithium: The White Gold of e-Mobility

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Coming to Terms With the U.S. Role in Central America

In the last century, the U.S. military intervention leading to the overthrow of democratically elected governments—or its support for tyrannical regimes—has played an important role in the instability, poverty, and violence that drives tens of thousands of people from the Central American countries toward Mexico and the United States. To these factors, one should add the destabilizing effect of natural disasters and a general climate of insecurity and violence in these countries.

Actions have consequences and interfering in other countries’ affairs can have long-lasting effects.
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Trump is continuing with these regime changes, in Latin America, so he has no right to complain about immigration! They’re trying to escape the hell he imposed upon them!