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Gas reserves in Bolivia

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  Good morning friends,

”  Early this morning I drank my coffe with Bolivian friend and my head  was thinking about ….”

Gas reserves in Bolivia  –   Juan Evo Morales Ayma, born October 26,1959 in Orinoca,Oruro popularly as Evo,is the President of Bolivia.

Protests,violence and political polarization have remerged in Bolivia, this time challenging the reformist government of President Evo Morales.

      On his  days  in office, Bolivian President Evo Morales moved to nationalize his    nation’s oil and gas reserves, ordering the military to occupy Bolivia’s gas fields and giving foreign investors a six-month deadline to comply with demands or leave.

Morales’ nationalization agenda has been described as another chapter in Latin America’s turn to te left, and fears are rising that the Bolivian leader has fallen intro the fold of Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez and Cuba’s Fidel Castro.

I finished my coffee, leaving one open question about the table ,  – future gas reserves in Bolivia?

Regards,

Mireya

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Written by forachance

31 July 2008 at 8:51

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  1. Yes,,,future gas reserves in Bolivia, and soon more on the way I hope. The estimates are a minimum of a 33% increase of proven reserves, now being drilled for in areas outside of the media luna.
    The nationalization of those and other resources are now going to the betterment all Bolivians as opposed to only the elite.
    That is why the USA is steadfast on defeating Morales, and reportedly has spent over $125 million toward Morales’ defeat and the destabilization of Bolivia through the support of the so-called autonomy movements.
    Divide and rule–as seen in Iraq, Afghanistan and the former Yugoslavia, is the USA’s policy toward any other nation whose resources or control is needed in the advance of multi-national corporate imperialism.
    It is obviously still the favored modus operandi, just as it has been for the past 50 years or more. And at long last, many in Latin America are starting to realize it, and more importantly are starting to take action to end it. Morales’ leadership represents the best hope for Bolivia for the past 500 years.
    Viva Evo Morales and a prosperous Bolivia for ALL Bolivians!
    Regards,,,John

    John Rice

    31 July 2008 at 15:50

  2. Oh,,,and one other thing.
    To point out the lies relative to the distribution of the gas and other riches of Bolivia to all Bolivians instead of only the elite, please go to: http://incakolanews.blogspot.com/2008 (add w/o spaces)
    /07/mo-money-evo-or-morales-hands-out-gas.html and get the real factual analysis, instead of the divisive anti-Morales rhetoric which passes for ‘news’ in the elite-owned Bolivian media.
    Then you will see only one of many reasons why Evo Morales has my support.
    Regards,,,John

    John Rice

    31 July 2008 at 16:08

  3. Oh,,,and one other thing.
    To point out the lies relative to the distribution of the gas and other riches of Bolivia to all Bolivians instead of only the elite, please go to: http://incakolanews.blogspot.com/2008 (add w/o spaces)
    /07/mo-money-evo-or-morales-hands-out-gas.html and get the real factual analysis, instead of the divisive anti-Morales rhetoric which passes for ‘news’ in the elite-owned Bolivian media.
    Then you will see only one of many reasons why Evo Morales has my support and gratitude. He works for a better Bolivia for ALL Bolivians, including my Bolivian family and friends.
    Regards,,,John

    John Rice

    31 July 2008 at 16:21


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