Bolivia’s New Self-Declared “Interim President” Believes Indians Are “Satanic”, Shouldn’t Be Allowed in Cities

By Marko Marjanovic,

Good to see the Empire bringing progress and enlightenment to Bolivia:

Indigenous culture is likened to “satanic rites”. This is reminiscent of the US Bureau of Indian Affairs demonizing (and criminalizing) Native Americans Sun Dances and other rituals and celebrations in the late 19th and early 20th century.

Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition. Especially in 2019.

Makes one wonder, how in the world is it possible to doubt Morales stole the election when the opposition is led by someone who believes 65% of the population performs “satanic rituals” and are not fit to live in cities?

Faux blonde — trying just a little too hard for that Euro look?

 

Source: https://www.checkpointasia.net

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2 thoughts on “Bolivia’s New Self-Declared “Interim President” Believes Indians Are “Satanic”, Shouldn’t Be Allowed in Cities”

  1. Do you think that we could withhold judgment on this lady’s opinion until we learn what these Indians of whom she speaks of are really like? I know them not, and most of the readers of this article do not know them either. Let is stay the politically correct witch hunt.

    I once lived in a town in my state of Washington that was frequently visited by some very bad and obnoxious Indians and some other unsavory classifications of humanity that I wished would not come in too. Does that warrant writing an article about me too?

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  2. I live in an area that’s full of satanists. Particularly my corner. I know that by their black / red curtains. One house has guests every now and then, always with black young children (hmmm). Once the ball they were playing with got over the hedge in my garden and was asked to be taken back. So a young black boy, about 4 years old, came into my garden.
    He had a question: are you a human…
    The satanists are all set up against people with lies.

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