Can Ecuador’s indigenous population awaken in time to save their country’s sovereignty from globalism?

The South American nation of Ecuador recently has seen orchestrated upheaval reminiscent of the psychological operations inflicted on the continent in the ‘50s and ’60s, as documented by Central Intelligence Agency agent Phil Agee in his CIA Diary.

Now, it is the United Nations who has “reaffirmed support for government and indigenous dialogue” in Ecuador, and who will “advise the dialogue process” between President Guillermo Lasso and the indigenous movements that will begin next Wednesday.

Earlier this month, the government of Ecuador and Indigenous protest leaders reached an agreement to end mass demonstrations that paralyzed parts of the country since mid-June. Led by the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) organization, the protests began on June 13 amid anger about soaring fuel prices and rising costs of living, as well as policies of the Lasso administration.

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