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Chris DeLorenzo
Historian | Educator | Translator | Editor | Currently researching coca leaf substitution and social movements in the Bolivian Yungas | He/him
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 24
Something nice out of my home state. Sarah McBride is the anti-Lauren Witzke.
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 23
Biden will not cause people like this to just ride off into the sunset. There will still be proud political murder apologists, and there will be more political murders.
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 21
Replying to @ChrisBolivia
I want to think that these people don't represent Orthodoxy any more than Joe Arpaio represents Catholicism. But they're hard to ignore.
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 21
Replying to @ChrisBolivia
Seriously, does rejecting the filioque clause, receiving communion by spoon, or praying the Jesus Prayer naturally lead one to believe that all refugees should be deported, Kyle Rittenhouse is a hero, and mask wearing is a satanic ritual?
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 21
I'm noticing a trend of accounts on right-wing Twitter bearing the ☦️symbol. Often, they're some of the scariest among some very frightening people. Is there something unique about Eastern Christianity that breeds hatred? I don't want to believe there is.
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AndeanInfoNet Nov 19
Blaming the victims. A shameless Bolivian press take on the Senkata massacre. It's not okay. There was no gray area. They killed them in cold blood.
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 19
Some important clarifications in this thread about the Senkata Massacre, in case you were taken in by Arturo Murillo's official version of events.
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Carwil Bjork-James Nov 19
How did Arce and Choquehuanca reassemble a majority? Where did votes move from 2019 to 2020? Some answers in a thread…
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 19
Replying to @ChrisBolivia
In his homily at the mass, the celebrant called for justice, saying, "we are tired of judges and prosecutors who operate like weather vanes, following the political winds of the moment."
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 19
Today is the one-year anniversary of Senkata Massacre in El Alto under the Áñez regime. Relatives of the fallen commemorated the event with a mass and a march.
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 19
I want people who don't have contact with right-wing Twitter to see the sorts of things that actual Senate nominees say there. Full-on Stalin right here. Even Maduro and Erdogan aren't this blunt.
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 16
Replying to @ChrisBolivia
Here, he even says that that "the police institution has the fundamental task of recovering the trust of the people."
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 16
President Luis Arce swore in the new leadership of the Bolivian Police today with an eye toward ensuring its loyalty to the democratic state after the police mutiny that helped overthrow Evo Morales last year.
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 16
Blessed are the superspreaders, for they shall inherit the estates of their grandparents who die from COVID.
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 16
If you had told me in November 2019 that, a year later, Bolivia would be relatively quiet after a peaceful transfer of power but Peru would be submerged in turmoil, I would have said you were off your rocker. Yet here we are.
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 15
Today is the one-year anniversary of the massacre near , .
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 14
A politician calling on the police to "be loyal" to a specific leader and a partisan ideology. Nothing ominous here. This is fine. We're all fine.
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 14
Peru in November 2020 looks a lot like Bolivia in November 2019.
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 14
"When you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, who love to stand and pray in the synagogues and on street corners so that others may see them. Amen, I say to you, they have received their reward." Matthew 6:5
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Chris DeLorenzo Nov 14
Former Bolivian Interior Minister Arturo Murillo, who drove so many people into exile over the past year, is now himself exiled in Panama.
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