The anti-American, leftist regime in Bolivia is growing closer to US adversaries Venezuela and Iran. Yesterday it was announced that Venezuela and Iran will bankroll new state run media outlets in the impoverished Latin American nation:
President Evo Morales says Bolivia will launch a state newspaper soon and also plans to create a television station with Venezuelan and Iranian backing.
The leftist president says he has asked the government’s communication department to inaugurate the newspaper on Jan. 22, with the objective of “reporting the truth.”
Morales also said Sunday that Bolivia plans a new state television station with financial backing from Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez and Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmedinijad.