Whatever happened to the woman that 10 years ago was part of the first breed of Citizen Journalists representing Bolivia and the Americas? She tech-ed herself up...and turned her voice of the future into the most resounding voice of the present. On-line writers in Bolivian social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter became the means of Bolivia's return to democracy and liberty. She was omni present, of course. What a way to make change a real life issue through technology!
She learned how to deal with political repression. Just imagine her running around with a soda plastic bottle filled with some rocks shouting and making noise in the middle of the endless marching points all over the country.
She took pictures, made videos and formed groups of 40,000 people who went from digital to street action to recover the basic values of the Good Bolivians: The love of Liberty and the passion for democracy.
And the groups became millions. A very strong communist government used to laugh at her, and at the millions of peoples who shouted they had the right to be respected in their decision to oust Evo Morales from power.
Morales and his vice president mocked her movement. Evo Morales said they were not going away and would teach the "little ropes and tires on the streets how to really block and lock up the country".
On February 21st, 2016, Bolivia went to vote against the forth time re election of Evo and Linera. On October 20th, 2019, Evo was a candidate in the presidential election even though Bolivia had said NO. He knew he would have to force himself into power, so he committed an enormous FRAUD. International European and American organizations found millions of fraudulent issues. But Evo proclaimed himself the winner anyway. When the final report of the Organization of American States was issued stating the infamous truth of the fraud, the "little ropes and tires" became a pacific Revolution.
And 21 days after, Evo left power and escaped to Mexico. We became a living legend in The Revolution of the Little Ropes and Tires", that Evo had mocked so dearly just some days before.
It was never easy, but we made it. The movement was primarily made through technology. She, the voice that became the present, was thankful for every time she could reach the souls of her beloved patriots all over Bolivia, and was also terribly surprised at the ferocious violence that Evists exerted right after he fled the country, killing his own people and of course killing revolutioners also. Given this situation, a valiant woman named Jeanine Añez, Senator of the Plurinational of Bolivia complying with the Constitution, became the new President and had to call the armed forces and the police to action to stop Evist violence and death toll.
She, the woman named A Voice Of The Future 10 years ago, has achieved her goal to bring back Liberty and Democracy for Bolivia and hopes to write her many stories now that Evo has left the scene, but he still owns the National Assembly and the Judicial Power, so there is a real threat of fraud, or even civil war. But she breeded millions of leaderships, strong and healthy leaderships that created an unbreakable bond impossible to break.
We are resilient. A nurse in the middle of one of the thousands of marches, gave birth to a legendary chant: "Who gets tired? No one gets tired. Who gives up? No one gives up. Evo again? No fu...ng way!"
So Evo, Linera and their violent followers will not come back ever again. She can sign it up. And 10 out of 11 million of Good Bolivians will back her up, just as they back up the Revolution of the unbreakable Ropes and Tires at once because unity is our force, and love is our present to our beautiful country Bolivia.