Bolivian gov’s big time failure!

The cheap demagogue speeches advocating socialism are fading away… the unfortunate thing is that they managed to kill one of the best textile companies Bolivia ever had.

The coca grower caudillo managed to take over the private enterprise and made wonderful promises to the workers and Bolivians in general. He claimed there were going to be better and larger export contracts of our textiles, Venezuela’s demagogue rulers promised everything! … and of course failed bit time as well! Plain demagogue from the so-called socialists of the 21st century.

Now, after the boom of international prices on our exports had collapsed, we see that most of the Bolivian-State-owned companies are in the verge of bankruptcy.

One has already fallen, over this last week, and the cartoons [05/20/2016] shown here are just a way to show how pernicious and damaging are the ochlocracy’s “actions” …

This is from:

Screen Shot 2016-05-20 at 9.18.17 AMWe see the coca grower caudillo/president leaving the corpses of the private AMETEX, which was later transformed [taken away from its rightful owners] to ENATEX, which failed big time! This “president” behaves like in the wild west, a petty individual with great power, doing as he pleases…

This one is from:

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We see a bunch of political vultures leaving ENATEX after pillaging and leaving it in bankruptcy as there was no managerial control whatsoever!

This is from [05/19/2016]:

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Interestingly enough, this newspaper is pro-government and yet it shows how the “alliance” is disappearing. The government offered them employment, success and the workers offered votes and support … both did not accept that there could be a private entrepreneur leading and conquering difficult markets, both behaved worse than vultures.

The only looser is Bolivia, we lost a value added export in one the top most difficult markets in the world, the US garment industry!

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