#1
Where we talk about agency (no not THAT agency) filled moments in the general march towards freedom around the world.
#2
Love the non-violent, decentralized, popular empowerment when the military demands a head of state step down, gets what it wants, then comes in to enforce the new status quo.

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#3
Military intervention in politics is good as long as it’s on the correct side
#4
That post gave me an image of the joint chiefs of staff arguing over how best to implement maoism in amerikkka.
#5
la chinoise but with better uniforms and more medals
#6
#7

RedMaistre posted:

Love the non-violent, decentralized, popular empowerment when the military demands a head of state step down, gets what it wants, then comes in to enforce the new status quo.



me too, let's do this

#8
you won't believe it's not a coup!

#9
and that coup was Albert Einstein
#10
well theres definitely a lot of german names anyway
#11
The boys from bolivia
#12
we already have like four threads for this, and I welcome another one
#13
yeah theres definitely too many threads, made by rhizzone posters, about this topic, latin american coups, our bad.
#14

cars posted:

we already have like four threads for this, and I welcome another one


didn't you read the thread title. this is totally not a thread about coups

#15
According to my calculations there are 2 too many coup threads, with a 95% confidence interval of -2 too many coup threads and 6 too many coup threads
#16
chill out, dickwads
#17

cars posted:

chill out, dickwads



Too many dickwads itt

#18
They're already starting massacres and it's obscene. I hope the resistance to the coup is successful. I wish I knew how to help.

#19
https://climateandcapitalism.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Geopolitics-of-the-Amazon-8x11.pdf

this is by morales' marxist (ex-)VP, a quick 40 on the historical & current political economy of bolivia