Monday, May 15, 2006

Brazil is over!

Many articles from Brazilian intellectuals started to show a discomfort, the total dissociation of the Brazil's government from the reality. And when the government representatives are questioned about it, they just continue to deny the reality.

But this perplexity came too late: like those mice enchanted by the 'The Fluter of Hamelin" , they only regained their consciousness when they are going to fall into the water.

Now, that a big criminal-terror wave sponsored by criminal organizations like "PCC" (First Command of the Capital) - with a balance of (so far) 81 victims in Sao Paulo - it is clear that Brazil is Over!

That idea of nice & peaceful people and a "country of the future" - that it did not have nothing to do with the hard evidence of violence, the decay of moral values and a long list of etc. - finished.

The rotten corpse of Brazil´s society is smelling bad but nobody knows what was the 'causa-mortis'. For this reason is very likeable that society will ask for help to the same intelectual perpetrators of these crimes. The roots are long and distant in time, but if you dig hard you will find it. The clues were carefully hidden along the time, as the pace of Gramsci´s revolution increased. The result is an historic whitewashing with no parallel in democratic countries. Lenin and Stalin would be very proud of it.

The lies had started very before, still in the Sixties, after the 1964 counterrevolution, when the defeated leftist terrorists had started to circulate the version that they fought in a "democratic resistance" movement, while all they wanted was to create a totalitarian regimen like Cuban or Chinese.

What could we expect of whom have lied for 40 years? More lies. They were very pride of the alternate reality they created – the "freedom fighters" coverup. If all society had fallen into this trap why not trying an even more daring plan?

This is the embryo of the "Sao Paulo Forum": to create an organization joining all left and terrorist organizations of the Latin American continent, under the leadership of Cuba, to implant communism in an organized and silent way all over the continent. The shield of "ethics" and "social justice" protected them from being caught by the public.

During this period, a solitary voice has emerged to denounce it and to forecast the corruption scandals from Lula´s government: philosopher Olavo de Carvalho.

But what is the link between the organized crime wave and the left? Simple: Leftist terrorist share the same prison with common criminals, they teach them terrorist techniques and organization learned from training camps in Cuba and China. It is showed as a romantic fight in films like "Quase Dois Irmãos" (Almost Two Brothers).

Probably the criminals of the PCC must have had contact with documents as the worldwide infamous handbook called "Mini Manual of the Urban Guerrilla" wrote by terrorist Carlos Marighella (even cited on Baader Meinhof German terrorist group website as one of their inspirators), therefore the convergence of objectives was impressive.

What were the objectives of an Urban Guerrilla? According to Marighella:

1. "The physical elimination of the leaders and assistants of the armed forces and of the police;

2. "The expropriation of government resources and the wealth belonging to the rich businessmen, the large landowners and the imperialists, with small expropriations used for the sustenance of the individual guerrillas and large ones for the maintenance of the revolutionary organization itself."

The point "1" is ideological explanation for murders of policemen in the last hours. Until a rank of firemen was attacked. This crime accurately falls into the category "assistants of the Armed Forces". Item "2" is what outlaws must ought to do.

As it is seen the manual applies almost accurately to organization like the 'PCC'.

Who wants to know the real history of terrorism in Brazil during 60 and 70´s must read a book recently published called "A Verdade Sufocada" ( "The Suffocated Truth" by Colonel Brilhante Ustra – only in portuguese).

In one of the chapters of the book, called "Revolutionary Armed Movement - and the "boys of Flavio Tavares", shows in details one of these episodes. In this case shows as the prison Lemos e Britto in Rio De Janeiro was taken by a criminal organization directed by the political prisoners. Common criminals had been lead by the former. They had free militants acting as carrier pigeons to the mother organization. One of these carrier pigeons was (now famous) jourmalist Flavio Tavares.

In May, 26th, 1969 the group executed their escape plan: a guard was killed and several other wounded. Later most of the group was imprisoned. Flávio Tavares, in his book "Memórias do Esquecimento" ("Memories of the Forgetting") , deals with all his fierce radical left militancy as an "history of emotion and lyricism", as it was all about a poetry book . He went farter: He used to called the criminals (political and common ones) as "his boys". Therefore the "boys" had killed a policeman, had wounded others two and had left other one disabled. This was an example, a microcosm, of the genesis of organization like "Comando Vermelho" ("Red Command") and the "PCC".

Most ironic was to see tv networks, trying to get answers from our parliamentarians, only interviewed left representatives, much of them people that supported actions described above.

Former (?) revolutionaries from 1964 generation must be really excited. The seeds they planted during last 40 years are blooming (and booming).

But far beyond this victory, another one was evident: Brazil has won Iraq in number of victims this weekend. It was Brazil 55 X Iraq 30.

We can say that we are in the middle of a civil war.. And all people see it´s 2006 World Soccer Cup. It´s Brazil in the path of "Hexa World Cup Championship!"

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Bravo! Now continue and talk about the "sem terras"(without land) "sem tetos"(without roof) and "componeses"(peasant) organizations, the true "Exercito Vermelho of Brasil. Also you could redirect everyone to the English version of Midia Sem Mascara (media without a mask). Viva Olavo de Carvalho

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