Clark Mountain Musings

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Evo Morales views Communist China as the Motherland

Bolivian President-elect Evo Morales yesterday met with Chinese President Hu Jintao and called China an "ideological ally," a day after he invited the communist country to develop Bolivia's vast gas reserves. Mr. Morales' visit to China came at a propitious time for Beijing, which is eager to develop links with Latin America. China sees nations like Bolivia as new sources of fuel and raw materials as well as new markets for its exports. China imports an estimated 40 percent of its oil, and analysts expect consumption to surge in coming years.

At least he's honest about what he is. Nonetheless he is what he is, communist sympathizer at best.



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