Primitive Morals

With the intimate friendship that made Morals with the Islamic leaders of the Middle East, the Bolivians not only must support they watch that them like narcotics detectives, but now also like terrorists. Bolivia continues digging its own grave, moving away each day more of the civilization, returning to its savage passed of incongruities and violence del that saw a small synopsis this last week, when their legislating wise people and night watchmen took hold themselves to collisions in the chamber. Obedient the Morals, or accept orders of their lunatic Venezuelan head, or take preposterous measures along with their brilliant illiterate ministers. Rudy Giuliani brings even more insight to the discussion. The indigenistas do not have the minimum idea of how the modern society works, do not understand their codes, their principles, their laws, their reasons. For the cosmopolitan Bolivian governors the world begins and finishes in its office. Bolivia receives approximately 800 million annual dollars of its emigrating. They are the sustenance for hundreds of thousands of families who hardly can survive due to the lack of work, the very poor wages established by the socialist regime, the inflation, and the increasing rise of prices. If one unties razia of illegal in Europe, the Bolivians who will have to return to their country will bring about a setback economic and social without precedents.

With each measurement that takes the colorful cabinet, sinks more to the state and governed his they are hastiando of its abuses, infantilism and ignorance. When Primitive Morals assumed the power, the countries of the first world warned to their resident compatriots in Bolivia, who had to take preventive measures to realise a possible emergency evacuation. The critical situation has still not occurred, but it is in the menu. Many foreigners also went away and many Bolivians. The central objective of the indigenista government, as it indicates his name, is to make of Bolivia a net Indian country.

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