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  1. Potter
    <a href="http://www.washingtontimes.com/world/20060308-093156-2660r.htm">Coca! It's whats for breakfast!</a>

    Isn't this the kind of thing that get the US to send troops? Actualy, this is probably some damn smart advice. Coca has been a traditional food source prized for it's rich mineral and vitamin content. Economically it could propel Columbia into new prosperity.

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  1. napoleon in rags
    Bolivia has an ineliable right to reap whatever they wish as a means to feed their people.

    But still, it's no secret that the drug lords have now taken over the bolivian government and are quickly trying to get their businesses up and running again.
  2. Nagognog2
    First off - don't believe that article at all. That comes from the Washington Times - which is owned by the Unification Church - The Moonies. The Moonies have a long track record of planting disinformation into the media to "help" right-wing presidents go to war against impoverished peoples. Such as supporting the Contras during Reagan's reign of terror against Nicaragua.

    That story is most likely a plant designed to stir up anti-drug and anti-socialist sentiment here in the USA as a prelude to an American invasion of Bolivia. It's yellow journalism at best.
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