Call for UN intervention in Bolivia

Call of the World March for the UN to intervene against the wave of racist violence in progress following the coup d'etat.

CALL FOR THE GLOBAL MARCH FOR PEACE AND NOVIOLENCE FOR THE UN TO INTERVENE IN BOLIVIA AGAINST THE WAVE OF VIOLENCE PROMOTING THE RACIST MOVEMENT IN PROGRESS AFTER THE STATE HIT

The World March for Peace and Nonviolence calls on the international community to urgently intervene in Bolivia in order to prevent a racist massacre within the framework of the hate campaign against indigenous people and peasants promoted by the organizers of the “coup status ”occurred recently.

On the other hand it is difficult to justify the silence of the OAS before this coup d'etat, being present in Bolivia to follow up on the elections, and having recommended new elections.

We welcome that former President Evo Morales has resigned to avoid what could have been a civil war and congratulate President López Obrador of Mexico for welcoming him, while expressing our deep concern about the testimonies that come to us about acts of persecution and violence by racist groups integrated in the organization of the coup d'etat, against indigenous and peasant men and women.

We reiterate the proposal of the World March that any conflict, regardless of the level at which it occurs, is resolved by peaceful and nonviolent means.

Violence condemns peoples to retreat and suffering. Nonviolence is what opens the future.

Coordination
World March for Peace and Nonviolence
Mexico 12 / 11 / 2019

1 comment on "Call for UN intervention in Bolivia"

  1. Did Evo Morales not leave Bolivia after 14 years of exercise, as a result of social protests over a fourth reelection?

    In an indigenous and mestizo country, is it still possible to affirm racism over cultural clashes and the manipulation of a leader who had not finally been indigenous, but mestizo (Evo Morales does not understand or speak a single native language)?

    Are the 21 days of indefinite unemployment without violence that moved police and FFAA to assume a role, not on the side of the deviant government, but on the side of the population, which suffered so many injured and three dead, all of them side of the protesters, and none on the side of the government?

    Is the activation of armed groups omitted, which generated confrontations, deaths and violence by Evo Morales from the moment of his departure, to legitimize his return?

    Do you bet more on a political stance over a mediating alternative, or effective pacification detached from opportunistic interests?

    Is it omitted that the social and personal crisis in today's world also includes the collapse of governments plagued with corruption, extortion, and hypocrisy like that of Evo Morales, who had also invested himself as the Pachacuti?

    We continue to support 2MM because we know that we live in the midst of a collapse of models, ideas and beliefs, which include us all. And although now it is a question of affirming a side, as inertia of the Cold War, to the feeling and deep experience of our American peoples they are not their own nor the religions, nor the beliefs, nor the ideologies. And the deep wisdom and the sincere heart will end up overcoming this violence generated around a political and non-racial conflict, even if there is still an attempt to manipulate towards that side.

    Daniel Mauricio Rodríguez Peña
    link in Bolivia

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