Bolivia’s President Declares ‘Total Independence’ From Rothschild Banks

Last year President Morales kicked Rothschild banks out of Bolivia. Now, with "total independence" gained, the country is thriving.

In November last year Bolivia became the latest country to kick the Rothschild banks out of their country, with President Evo Morales announcing that Bolivia will no longer respond to pressure or financial blackmail from the US government or Rothschild-controlled international banking institutions.

Just over six months later, Bolivia’s President Evo Morales has declared “total independence” from the international banking cartel and the Rothschild international money lending organizations, according to Telesur TV.

A day like today in 1944 ended Bretton Woods Economic Conference (USA), in which the IMF and WB were established,” Morales tweeted. “These organizations dictated the economic fate of Bolivia and the world. Today we can say that we have total independence of them,” President Morales told Telesur TV.

Morales said Bolivia’s past dependence on the Rothschild controlled agencies was so great that the International Monetary Fund had an office in Bolivian government headquarters and even participated in their meetings.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and US-dominated World Bank have been major players in the global economic landscape ever since their creation in 1944. These international banking organizations, which are privately controlled by the notorious Rothschild banking family, first pressure nations to deregulate their financial sector, allowing private banks to loot their economies.

Once the governments are forced to bail-out their deregulated financial sector, the IMF or World Bank sets up a loan package written in secret by central bankers and finance ministers that undermine their national sovereignty and force them to adopt policies of austerity that harm workers, families, and the environment.

Bolivia have become the first South American country to grow wise to the ruse. They have worked hard to gain financial independence and are now in the process of kicking the Rothschild controlled banks out of their country.

True Activist report: Before Evo Morales assumed the office of president, Bolivia was suffering from the effects of IMF/World Bank-imposed austerity and privatization that exploited its people and resources. It was also South America’s poorest nation. Though the Bolivian people, through strong showings of popular resistance over a period of years, were able to stop some of the worst privatization efforts – particularly the privatization of the nation’s water supply, many of the shackles imposed by these Rothschild-controlled institutions remained.

Morales, who became Bolivia’s 80th president in 2006, was the first president to come from Bolivia’s majority indigenous Aymara population and has since focused on poverty reduction and combating the influence of the United States and multinational corporations in Bolivia. Ten years later, Morales has managed to transform Bolivia into the fastest growing South American economy all while maintaining a balanced budget and slashing its once-crippling government debt.

President Morales has transformed the fortunes of his nation by kicking Rothschild financial institutions out of Bolivia.

Bolivia’s newfound economic independence has now empowered Morales to reject the very same institutions that once preyed upon his country. Last year, Morales announced that Bolivia will no longer respond to the demands or blackmail of the United States, the World Bank, or the IMF.

During a visit to Tarija in Southern Bolivia, Morales said “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.

Morales has done much more than ban international banking cartels. The Morales administration made enormous transformations in the Andean nation.

American Herald Tribune report: The figures speak for themselves: the nationalization of hydrocarbons, poverty reduction from 60% to less than 40%, a decrease in the rate of illiteracy from 13% to 3%, the tripling the GDP with an average growth of 5% annually, the quadrupling of the minimum wage, the increasing of state coverage on all fronts, and the development of infrastructure in communications, transportation, energy and industry.

And above all, stability, an unusual word in the troubled political history Bolivia, of which today, with the economic slowdown experienced by many countries in the region, is a real privilege.

Baxter Dmitry

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  • Ron Wheeler

    Great news, and wow!

  • palcau ioan

    thumbs up for Morales n bolivian people!

  • Patrick

    I wonder how long it will be until “ISIS” (or another “terrorist” organization) pops up in Bolivia now, followed by a US “intervention” under the guise of “fighting terrorists”.

    • clarioncaller

      I’m sure the globalists already have a ‘Venezuela Plan’ to roll out in Bolivia.

    • Steven Mathews

      Haha, Hugo Chavez Venezuela did exactly what Bolivia is doing because they believed the same conspiracy theory. It appears to work for a while before reality caught up with them. They then began sucking down Chinese loans to prop themselves up for a while, but that is only a temporary solution. Eventually Chinese loans dry up when you can pay and you have riots on the streets. Good luck with your tinfoil hats.

      • Kevin

        What is the conspiracy theory? Can you elaborate please?

        • Anthony Iannozzi

          It’s like the World Banking Mafia…Rothchilds are like Hyman Roth and The Federal Reserve is like the Sicilian messenger boy, Johnny Ola.

        • studio4

          Research the Bilderberg Group — The original Bilderberg Group was outlawed in Europe many years ago, only to rear its ugly head again in 1954. It’s all about Rothschild. For over 200 years, the Rothschild family have remained the most powerful and wealthiest family in the world. Bankers galore… the world’s Central Banking System… he who controls the wealth…

      • Mobsie sixsixsix

        How is it a conspiracy theory you clown.

      • tenstring

        Always thugs for empire chiming in on these stories —

      • Steven Mathews

        Let’s see, where to start. The only countries which supposedly don’t have these mythical ‘Rothchild owned’ Central Banks are: Sudan, Libya, Cuba, North Korea, Iran, Venezuela (and they often forget Somalia). These countries are all pictures of ‘wonderful places to live and raise your families’. Guys, get a grip.

        • sixhats

          Steven, you didn’t even address the valid challenge asked: what is the conspiracy theory you’re ridiculing? As usual with bullshitters such as yourself, you just repeated the second half of the meme you read. THIS is why there’s no intelligent conversations on the Internet: because bullshitters such as yourself haven’t done the reading necessary to understand a situation, but it’s so easy to spew out a smart-sounding meme or two.
          Don’t bother answering the question: we’ve already called your ignorance out.

        • Taranee Jiles

          You are misinformed, it’s only Cuba, Iran and N Korea now. The exact countries we try to paint a bad picture of. Brainwashed media sheep.

          • Steven Mathews

            OK, very nice. Now, how do you know these countries are the ones that have unicorns, sorry, I mean don’t have Rothchilds Central Banks? Do you know this from reading this in an article or did you determine this by just picking out countries that are not friendly with the USA? Is a central banl guilty of being a ‘Rothchilds Central Bank’ just because they call it a ‘Central Bank’ or is there some criteria?

          • Guest

            So I don’t have anything to say on what is being debated, but I will say this. It helps for us to believe each other’s reasoning and their own opinion on the matter because most of you guys here have been insulting each other. Opinions are different, they are also sacred, and hard to share with one another if we can’t really establish connection. While I might be able to voice my opinion on here, I won’t ever really meet any of you. How could I hear the weight of what you speak if you are not in front of me? We are recklessly disrespectful towards one another because we are tempted to so behind the comfort of our computers. We ought have more respect for one another, the same respect we ought to have when discussing these matters in person.

            Perhaps this technological platform isn’t the best to debate and come to a common ground or understand with reason. We aren’t humbled by this kind of communication, and that takes away our ability to learn from one another. So please work with each other, and try to understand each other. I’d like to think that all of you believe you are intelligent people, and have a goodness with your intentions in efforts.

          • Steven Mathews

            Evidence… would be nice.

        • Amazing Alastair AardVark

          Yes, the Rothschilds are evil & controlling & it is good to kick them to the curb….But, if you do not replace them with a Free Market Capitalism & a Liberated society, but with Tyrants by a different name & more Commie/Socialist BS, it will end up as bad or worse!!!

          • Steven Mathews

            Now finally an intelligent comment.

          • Babbling Brody BratWurst

            Thank you, Sir!!!…I have greatly enjoyed your posts here!

          • Amazing Alastair AardVark

            Thank You, Sir!!!

      • Cpack1

        Lol so moronic. I’m not even going to try. Just lol

        • Steven Mathews

          Because you know you can’t… not even an iota of evidence.

          • Cpack1


      • Steven Mathews

        The conspiracy theory is that there is even any such things as the mythical wet dream you guys fantasize about. Wooooowoooo… big bad Rothschild Central Banks that control the world’s economy. You seem to believe the proof is that there is not any proof, so it must be invisible, or maybe telepathic mind control. Just because a country’s bank calls itself a Central Bank or National bank means nothing. Many countries out there develop their own central banks independently, but you idiots just assume that because they use a similar name to call it somehow proves that it is under the control of some silly myth. It is kind of like claiming there are unicorns and asking me to prove there are none, sorry idiots, you need to show me a unicorn first. Maybe then I will either swallow your story or maybe I will go and take of the wooden horn you have glued to a horse and disprove it. Onus is on you.

        • bl1955

          Really Steven, you either are one of them or must be smoking something to be this ignorant.

          • Steven Mathews

            So, not agreeing with your fantasy automatically means I m wrong and you are right? Do you have any proof of this or did you just read it in some conspiracy article? How do you know these are ‘Rothchilds Central Banks’, or not? Perhaps you just determine this by whether or not the USA President likes them?

          • Brian Ippolito

            Its not a fantasy, its fact. Its like you telling us that the sun is not hot, its just a fantasy…. Your such a troll, go away….

          • Steven Mathews

            Do you have even an iota of evidence… or just other nitwit’s opinions on this? Hey, I am not claiming to be any kind of genius, but the facts just aren’t there.

        • ivonne

          wow someone really needs to start digging for information

    • Christian M Davidson

      no they will couse political crisis and president will end in jail and country will become modern slavery

    • Peter Wareham

      good question

    • Eleanor LeTourneau

      Patrick J. Herbert God you read my mind.

    • fifi leigh

      let’s pray nothing happens to Bolivia now..

  • HWR
  • William the Resolute

    Come on Trump no more Fed…free the wage slaves.

    • Brian Ippolito


  • shelleybear

    First Uruguay.
    Then Bolivia.
    South America is being transformed.
    Pull up a char and a bag of popcorn and watch the fun.

    • Benjamin Jacobs

      ¡Vámonos que se puede!
      ¡Sudamérica para el pueblo!

  • Guy Moran

    strange that he never actually says rotschild banks or a variation of it, but you hear it non the less. maybe you hear voices ??

  • y. Iamu

    He’s swapped the Dollar for the kilo.
    A kilo was always worth a lot more than a dollar.

  • John Karroum

    We need this guy to be the next US President!

    • rene

      u would think we got enough idiots

  • PrinceHarrysDad

    viva Evo Morales, viva Bolivia libre

  • Derek D-Train Morefield

    Wow ! What a great move to leave the all controlling big brother. That is why they killed Gadhafi because he wanted to go back to Gold.

    • Taranee Jiles


  • Blondy Van Weirden

    How soon before the Illuminati has Morales “eliminated”?

  • JJCC

    I just need to tell you folks that some of your comments are off, way off. Patrick you might be closer to reality, some others comparing Bolivia to Venezuela dont know what is truly happening. I dont like Morales one bit, but he has done things right. Venezuela tried to do what he is going and it did not work out because the government was and is full of corrupt individuals, Bolivia also has corrupt invididuals but Morales kept them on check and did not let them go crazy trying to take more like the jerks in Venezuela which took billions and billions. So if anything is going to happen it will look more like what Patrick is saying than anything else.

  • Joe Neckbone

    Remember JFK, Qaddafy and Saddam Hussein, they all announced the same thing before they died.

  • Jean-Claude Chevalier

    It is a good decision and for a serious monetary reform :

  • Clarity

    Let’s not forget that Duterte did this recently in the Phillipines as well. Not sure Morales has the “will power” to handle the counter moves that will be coming his way. What he did is better for his country, his people. The NWO will be none to pleased.

  • Golden Boy

    Steve Mathews, here is a copy of a document presented to Congress in 1976. Perhaps this may help everyone better understand. The document outlines who exactly owns the US Federal Reserve. You will find a familiar name at the top, which is identified as controlling the Bank of England. From that, everyone should be able to connect the dots.

    • Patrick J. Herbert

      Excellent link. Thank you for that. Very informative.

      • Golden Boy

        The problem here in the US is that the electorate has bought into the propaganda and chooses to label themselves Right, Left, Liberal, Conservative, Red, Blue, Democrat or Republican. They place these labels in the position of blinders, narrowing their perspective and looking to initiate petty debates with the other side. I have an associate who claims to be a former member of a think-tank that worked for the Rothschilds. If I were to describe him in one word, a$$h@!# comes to mind, but he possesses a brilliant mind. There’s not much he can share due to an NDA, but he did say there were, perhaps 12 families who control everything. The way they control the masses is by distraction manipulated through the media, which they also control. The purpose of the distractions are to get the masses engaged in petty debates so they will not focus on what going on around them, more importantly, not focus on what’s happening to them. Once the electorate begins to understand this, perhaps they will discard their labels, and unite as Americans against Special Interests, which is the true enemy of the US.

  • Dlbnfla

    Here’s a link that sheds some light on the “conspiricy”. It is standard operating proceduer for the IMF / World Bank. Make a country indebted by whatever means, oil, water, or any other means. Raise the prices or make promises so that the country “must” borrow money. Place requirements on the loans making the government nationalize resources to insure the loan…threaten to take over the government if the loan defaults. The banking system can soon own the government…

    Follow this link…..a good place to start…the story of Mexico..

  • Finn Oniciuc

    Viva Morales!!

  • Chris Lammers

    Tragedy and Hope by Caroll Quigley

  • Chupacabra

    The real lesson here is ‘DON’T LIVE BEYOND YOUR MEANS BY BORROWING MONEY!’ anyone with 2 ounces of sense knows its a bad idea but somehow politicians have never caught on.