Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Lula + drug-dealing colombian guerrilla treaty is charging its price

The big news is much anticipated move of our leftist government: decriminalizartion of drug use in Brazil.
Brazilian President Luiz Ignacio "Lula" da Silva has announced that he will finally sign drug-decriminalization and harm-reduction measures into law next week.

This is the likeable next step. What does one expect of a government that was charged of receiving illegal campaign funds (US$ 300,000.00) from drug-dealing guerrilla called FARC?

It was anticipated in this brilliant article from biggest brazilian philosopher Olavo de Carvalho in 2002 - during the presidential campaign.
Enshrined in an official document, the solidarity unity between Brazil’s Workers’ Party, PT, and the drug-dealing Colombian guerrillas is not a theory, not an interpretation, not a conjecture. It is a fact no one dealing in public affairs in Brazil has the right to deny or hide.

Now it´s a fact: Brazil is aiming to openly decriminalize drug use. The next step is to give official market share to FARC in our country.
The price you have to pay when you are remote controlled by Castro-Farc is this: to betray your own country.

This is all about: treason, but the temperature didn´t reach the boiling point... For us poor frogs. The country still see Lula as a savior..
This is what I call the real "Mandchurian Candidate" !!!


Anonymous said...

Won't decriminalizing drugs hurt gangs like FARC? If everyone is free to suppply drugs, then the suppliers' success will depend on delivering more quality at a lower cost, instead of on how many guns they have, as is currently the case with FARC.

Luís afonso said...

But the question of such legalization in a country surrounded by drug-dealing guerillas is who will be the "legalized" suppliers to do it.
If you think that only in drugs there will be a "free market" in Brazil you are completely wrong.
If we even didn´t free market on others goods why it would be so referring to drugs? There will be a state cartel, of course, because the government will decide who´s in and who´s out of the market.
Other issue is this: when you de-criminalize the drgu use you de-criminalize the dreug-dealing too, ok. But the crimes committed when it was forbidden? They will be forgiven too?
Who is the better prepared supplier to do the legal supply than the most violent mobsters that killed the other "competitors"?
And what is the use of decriminalize in one country but not in the other countries - where the war on drug-dealing guerrilas still running? How can a criminal organization in one country can be an official supplier in other? It´s make me think that it will make the guerrillas offically funded in one side to continue the war against the government on the other side.
Exactly what was decided in the Foro de Sao Paulo. And getting some "applause" from the liberals...