Voice Over • Video Narration
Documentary short read. Performed and produced by ShoNuff Voice Acting (Written by third party)
Young Adult (18-35)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
make chile's economy screen. Those were the orders given by Henry Kissinger to the C. I. A. In order for the coop to happen. While I'm not looking like a coupe was orchestrated by America. We would need the people of chile to suffer so much that they would be the ones who overthrew holiday. Then America could sit back and say we had nothing to do with this. So America withdrew all his aid to chile. It blocked most of its forms of trade every time chile applied for a loan from banking institutions like the International Monetary Fund and World Bank, both of which America had the most votes in America would vote against them and they would be denied. In the first two years of hollandaise rule, inflation skyrocketed. Life became unaffordable. No matter how hard Island Day tried to subsidize stuff and live by its socialist ideals with people angry over the economy and desperate for some sort of outside help. It was the perfect time for the C. I. A. To implement phase two of their plan encouraging chaos. You have asked us to provoke chaos in chile. We provide you with a formula for chaos, which is unlikely to be bloodless. That's what a CIA agent in chile wrote to headquarters. So CIA agents got to work making chaos a reality. They infiltrated unions, they organize strikes, they paid for anti holiday propaganda to be spread all over the country chile descended into darkness while Island Day desperately trying to keep control of a country at war with itself. The people didn't have enough food to eat, they didn't have enough money for electricity and gas chile had become ripe for a coupe. Now, all the C. I. A. Needed was someone to lead it.
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