Monday, May 22, 2006

Olavo de Carvalho on Frontpage Mag - "Brazil: The Usual and Not-So-Usual Suspects"

Brazilian philosopher has just published a very good article - in english - on the gang riots in Brazil.
Olavo is a critic about those old-fashioned propaganda lies that say that all violence comes from the poverty...

It was published on FrontPage "Brazil: The Usual and Not-So-Usual Suspects": "Yes, extreme poverty bought thousands of Uzis and AK-47s and tons of ammunition, bribed hundreds of police officers and politicians, paid for the services of terrorist trainers from Spain, Cuba, Venezuela and Iran.

The very leader of the rebellion, Marcos “Marcola” Camacho, admitted that the operation was prepared in close association to the MST, the “landless” movement whose friends include the British and Dutch Crowns, the Ford Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation and the Soros Foundation, besides the Brazilian governing party, the federal government itself and, not surprisingly, the Colombian narcoguerrillas, the Farc, that sell 200 tons of cocaine annually in the Brazilian drug market."

Read full article here.

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