Independence of BoliviaThe world has received a new announcement today. It seems yet another country has declared its independence from the controlled banking system ruled by the Rothschild.

Independence At Its Best

President Evo Morales made it official. From now on Bolivia will no longer fear any sort of threat.

Ever since 1944 both the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have gained their reputation as major leads for U.S.’s economy.

We already know how these institutions work and how they are controlled by the Rothschild banking family.

But, people are starting to oppose these private banks.

The first step they make is to pressure nations into deregulating their financial sector.

At this point, the governments are expected to bail out the financial sector.

Then, the IMF or the World Bank step in and set up a loan package. A group of central bankers and finance ministers write this package in complete secrecy.

Their aim is to force governments to give up on their sovereignty and to push them towards harmful policies. And of course, these always end up harming only the working class and the environment.

Before Morales took his place in the office, IMF had already exploited Bolivia and its people. Back then, it was the poorest nation.

But, because of the Bolivian people and their efforts, rewards started to appears as well. One case was the Cochabamba Water War. Through protests and hard work, the population managed to gain independence. They were able to put a stop to the privatization of the water supply.

As much as they tried, the Rothschild institutions continued to rule. Ever since becoming president, Morales has been fighting to rid his country of poverty.

Furthermore, he wanted to lessen the U.S’s influence and their corporations in Bolivia.

A New Hope For Bolivia

10 years is all it took for Morales to transform Bolivia into a progressive country. From instability and debts, Bolivia is now among the fastest evolving South American countries.

Bolivia’s new found independence gives hope. It also gives Morales the chance to reject the institutions plaguing his nation.

And because of this the president also gave an announcement. From this moment on, Bolivia will no longer respond to any signs of blackmail from the U.S. World Bank or the IMF.

This is what Morales had to say regarding his social movements:

“Before, in order to obtain credit from the IMF, we were forced to give up a part of our country, but we have liberated ourselves economically and politically and we are no longer dependent on other countries or institutions.”

Since taking office, not only did Bolivia gain independence, it also managed to turn down numerous corporations such as Coca-Cola and McDonald’s. The nation even goes as far as giving 14% of its budget to education. In contrast, America only donates 1,7% of its national budget to education.

Among the other changes, we can see that poverty in the country has dropped. This is due to Morales forcing oil and gas companies to pay a huge tax. They now have to pay 82% of their profits. That money goes then into many programs which aim is to help the poor.

This news should give us all hope. Morales has proven that the people can win over the companies. With the right moves, every nation can free itself from the shackles of banks and multinationals. We must not wait in silence. It is time to wake up and take back our freedom.