NYT Reinvented History of the US Coup in Bolivia

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NYT Reinvented History of the US Coup in Bolivia

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)

A coup by any other name doesn't change reality. Merriam-Webster calls them "violent decisive exercise(s) of force in politics; especially the violent overthrow or alteration of an existing government."

Not according to NYT reinvented history, supporting whatever the US does no matter how lawless, ignoring its flagrant abuses of power on the global stage, what the scourge of imperialism is all about.

The Times suppresses US-instigated coups. It falsely accused Bolivia's Evo Morales of "brazenly abusing the power and institutions put in his care by the electorate (sic)," adding:

"(H)e…shed his legitimacy (sic)…forcing him out…the only remaining option (sic)," falsely claiming his departure will help "restore (Bolivia's) wounded democracy (sic)."

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