President of Bolivia Evo Morales has recently announced that Bolivia will no longer be responding to pressure or blackmail from the United States government or Rothschild-controlled international banks. This comes as a surprise and may be something others should follow.
The international banking organizations that are privately owned and controlled by the Rothschild family jump to pressure nations into deregulating their financial sector. This is something that allows these private banks to loot their economies, eventually forcing the governments to bail out their deregulated financial sectors.
Before President Evo Morales assumed office in Bolivia the country itself was suffering. Bolivia was suffering from the terrible effects of IMF/World Bank imposed austerity. The people were being exploited as well as their resources.
Morales was the first president to come from Bolivia’s majority indigenous Aymara population and has focused on poverty reduction as well as combating the influence of the United States. In just ten years Morales has transformed Bolivia into one of the fastest growing South American economies.
This success has brought Morales to reject the Rothschild’s and their banks, he will not allow them to prey on his people any longer. Along with Private banks Bolivia has even kicked out Mcdonalds, something other countries should be doing as well. It appears we may have a lot to learn from Evo Morales.