Is Peru In the Same Situation As Brazil With Its Military?

ER Editor: The letter below can be found on this Spanish language site, from Dec. 18.

We remind readers that we published an article in which the newbie Peruvian president Pedro Castillo, likely globalist-installed, suddenly fell from power, to be instantly replaced by US-educated economist and central banker Dina Boluarte. See

Rapid Fall From Power, Arrest for Embattled Peru President

Why is the military protesting Castillo’s replacement? Is it that she is also a devotee attendee of the World Economic Forum and its cabal operatives? She was certainly there during 2022. Scroll down to Peru on this list.

When Boluarte replaced Castillo, she suddenly imposed a state of emergency, suspending people’s constitutional rights. There were protests in response.

Here is Telesur on the topic:

Boluarte Militarizes Peru and Declares State of Emergency


Peru: Officers revolt against the usurper


We, the junior officers, technical, non-commissioned officers and troops in general stationed in the valley of the rivers Apurímac, Ene and Mantaro (VRAEM) and on the borders will not carry out any act contrary to the human life and declare ourselves in rebellion against the usurper, Dina Arcelia Boluarte Zegarra. Likewise, we are against this exploitative and corrupt system to which the Political Constitution of Peru of 1993 gives its approval.

We, the glorious, Peruvian Army, will not respect the state of emergency that we consider a violation of the fundamental rights of the Peruvian nation and declare war to the generals and colonels that kneel before the politicians, prosecutors and drug dealers because of their appetite and personal interests. We call on our National Police of Human Peru to lay down their arms. Otherwise, for the life of our peasant family, they will proceed to disarm militarily through war tactics.

Unfortunately, war is often inevitable. Even though no one likes the idea of having to leave their family, millions of our ancestors stood up in arms to defend their country. It is because of these valiant soldiers that the threats our country has faced have not destroyed our freedom. That is why the Peruvian people to whom we owe it calls us to defend its fundamental rights: mainly education, health and work for the Peruvian people, that since the 90s a sector that calls itself “political” negotiates at the price of blood and fire to protect private interests.

“The territorial integrity is not violated, always a step forward!”

“The true soldier does not fight because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.”

I believe in my country, and for it, I am ready to win or die.

Mission of honor and sacrifice

With a deep vocation of service and sacred duties to fulfill.



Featured image, Boluarte: Fernando Vergara/AP Photo

Featured image, public protest:


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