Sunday, October 30, 2005
What a sad ending... From Alfred E. Neuman to Lula da Silva. Fidel, please, "don't feed the animals" (Lula is a brazilian word for "squid")
Check out Fidel decadance...
Comment: Far from the irony, this information is a real "bomb" and might explode worker's party and Lula da Silva expectation for next year. But it's a side effect derived from it. It proves that Lula da Silva is a real traitor of Brazil. He is not my president. He always acted as "São Paulo Forum" president instead of being the real President of Brazil.
Nowadays, it seems that all Latin America has just one man standing tall before his people: President Alvaro Uribe from Colombia.
The rest is in red's hands.
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Sunday, October 23, 2005
There is something that's still alive behind decades of gramscian-lefty garbage spread by cultural influence agents.
The "NO" victory over the "YES" (the question was if "You agree with the total prohibition of firearms sales in Brazil?") is a smashing victory. Some exit polls rated it as 70%-30%. An outstanding victory.
But it was not what it seems only two months ago. At that time, some polls projected that "YES" will win over "NO" for more than 80% of the voters. What was involved was a group of powerfull groups: Major Media (TV Globo), Federal Government and even foreign entities like Ford Foundation, ONU and other NGO were figthing hard for "YES". But something gone wrong.
When the public campaign on tv started, people saw musicians, actors and famous-wannabes crying out platitudes or just stupidness towards guns ("guns kills", "it's the struggle between the macho-conservative old Brazil" - those who opted for "no" - "and the modern and democratic Brazil" - those who opted for "YES"). While the NO-supporters just fight for your right to buy and to keep a gun if you wanted - it's an universal right to defend ourselves in a time that government and police doesn´ t do their duties.
People started to get sick about those "shiny happy people" making the peace-dove symbol with their hands...
Nobody expected such change of public opinion. But it´ s done.
Those gramscian social-engineers at federal government had been defeated, at least for this time. But the battle is just begun?
I hope so.
Next year we have another presidential race. It is clear that this referendum got some Lula's Government trial colors.. Let's see.
I will keep to swimming against the red tide. It seems that next year, red's revenge could be harder....
President Lula da Silva, in a very well documented speech, showed no fear for revealing what´s his true motivation as Brazilian president: to help murders, tyrants, dictator-wannabes and red cocaine guerrilla leaders to take control over Latin America.
In fact, Lula has reassured his commitment to a foreign league of suspect nations (Venezuela, Cuba) and obscured left organizations known as "Foro de São Paulo" (Sao Paulo Forum) instead of his duty as President of Brazil.
It has just one name: Treason.
Philosopher Olavo de Carvalho has noted this, because the speech was not wide-spreaded among Brazilian media (of course not, they are part of the plan). Here´s the details:
"In celebration of the 15th anniversary of Sao Paulo Forum, the presidential speech on July , 2th that was reproduced by the o fficial government´s internet site (http://www.info.planalto.gov .br/download/discursos/pr812a .doc)
is a true confession of a conspiration against Brazilian national sovereignity, a graver crime than the whole corruption cases committed and hidden by his government; A crime that would justify not only an impeachment act but also putting him under arrest.
The meaning of these phrases , once detached from its verbal garbage container, is clearly hurtling:
'On the purpose of the Sao Paulo Forum, comrade Marco Aurelio has developing an extraordinary role on consolidating what we started in 1990. That was the way that we, in january 2003, proposed to our comrade President Chávez the creation of the "Group of Friends" to find out a peaceful solution that – thanks God – happened in Venezuela. And this only possible through political acts made by 'comrades'. It was not a State's political act from one to another or from a President to another. For those who remembered, Chávez participated in one of the meetings that took place in Havana. And thanks to this relationship it was possible to build , among many political divergences, the consolidation of what happened in Venezuela, by the 'referendum' that confirmed Chávez as President of Venezuela.
This was the way we could act inside other countries with our comrades from the social movement, political parties from those countries, from the union's syndicate movement: always using the relationship built at Sao Paulo's Forum to afford us to talk about it without people seeming it as any kind of political interference'
What is implicitly admitted above is:
1) Sao Paulo's Forum is a secret entity or at least it's hidden from the public.
2) This entity actively interfere on internal affairs of many Latin American nations, taking decisions and influencing the occurrences' way outside from the government, parliament, justice or public opinion overlooking.
3) The so called "Group of Friends of Venezuela" was nothing more than an arm, a façade agency of Sao Paulo Forum.
4) After was elected in 2002, Lula da Silva, at the same time that left his duty as Sao Paulo Forum President, seeming that he was free to lead Brazil government without any compromises with foreign alliances, kept working clandestinely to the forum, helping to produce results in Venezuela´s referendum in 2004.
5) The orientation of Brazil's foreign political were not decided by Lula - President of Brazil, but Lula – president of Sao Paulo Forum.
The president confessed that submitted the country to decisions took by foreign persons in an entity whose actions must not to be known nor to be understood by the Brazilian people".
But to those that thinks it is just a misunderstood statement, Lula added new clues to his treason this week, in a meeting with Communist Party of Brazil.
Read the translation:
"Lula admitted to communists the he did not succeeded to implement big social changes defended by the Brazilian left because he is in a presidential regime that adopted a parliamentary constitution and not to have a majority on the congress. 'We are far from building the dream that we hoped for decades' added"
That meeting is the 11th Communist Party of Brazil. This party still believe in the communist revolution. This party still supporting the Workers Party government. Lula acknowledges it and thanked the party's president for his loyalty.
If Lula's still president of Sao Paulo forum – cause still adopting their decisions, and if Lula still have support from the communists, where did the "transformation" of Workers Party go? Nowhere, it was just a marketing plan that, unfortunately, worked very well.
Worker's Party, The Sao Paulo Forum and the Communists are still in the fight to recover in Latin America what was lost in Eastern Europe and Russia. And Lula da Silva is their finest agent.
So help us God.
Friday, October 14, 2005
This is an amazing article by the brazilian neocon Reinaldo Azevedo.
Reinaldo is the editor of a magazine/website called "Primeira Leitura" ("First Reading"). During Fernando Henrique Cardoso´s government, "Primeira.." used to be the spokenperson of brazilian main social-democrat party - PSDB. But since Lula da Silva was elected, it begun to swerved to the right and conservatism.
This text explain why we (the conservatives) are so depressed by the politics in Brazil.
I tottally agreed with except for the part that imposes the guilt for the dead in NO to GWB. But Reinaldo is brazilian and this is the regular thinking here...
Unfortunately this text is in portuguese but here´s some excerpts.
We have Lula. We don´t need natural disasters.
by Reinaldo Azevedo
"Well, we are lucky, indeed! As composer Chico Buarque used to say, we 'came across' a territory whose tectonic plates are old and stable, didn´t they? I started to think that even in the nature there´s no thing like 'free lunch': to get even with this smooth nature, the intense way that we mistreated our own history equals to many earthquakes in a row. Do you want to know it? More than 40 thousand people die in Brazil every year as victims of firearms, it´s higher than the Pakistan´s earthquake death toll (23 thousand to date) and forty times of the number of victims of the Hurricane Katrina. And our government had a 'brilliant' idea to lower this number: to disarm the victims, not the criminals.
Despite the war in Iraq, Bush could be terminated by those thousand deceased in New Orleans. American people could forgive a war if it was for a good reason, but they do not accept unmotivated lack of action. It turns out to be unpatriotic. People that do not rebel against tax bad use & robbery deserve to live under the whiplash, indeed. The United States are a great nation. And Brazil is an unimportant nation. Only angered people don´t see this".
Thursday, October 13, 2005
Wednesday, October 05, 2005
Is relevant to say that the carrying of firearms are already prohibited since 2004. This "referendum" is just to confirm if the sales has got to be the same ending.
The referendum is dividing the nation, but not the Main Stream Media: While southern states - like mine - the "NO" (yes, the question is confusing "Do you approve the prohibition the sales of firearms?") will win for a large margin; people who got the facts turns to "NO" too, the major opinion among "decision makers", newspapers, TV network is the opposite.
After a year with firearms sales prohibiton, with no descend in the crime rate index, when the reasons do not prove themselves, MSM, social analyzers, philosophers and other insist that "disarming" people is a "victory" for modernity over the "conservative", "violent", "macho", culture.
The left supports it for three reasons:
- Stalin, Hitler, Castro did it.
- It´s another marxist culture warfront against conservatism.
- The left see "penises" in every gun they see and they have to fight it.
This article from "Destaque Internacional" explains exactly my point of view on the case.
Brazil: Disarming delinquents or the good people?
One hopes that common sense will prevail in the next referendum due to be held on the 23rd. October when voters will decide for or against the sale of firearms, remembering that if registered firearms in the hands of the public is to be considered against the law, then only outlaws will remain armed.
1. Next October 23rd. there will be a referendum in Brazil to decide whether or not to prohibit the sale of firearms and ammunition to individual members of the public. It is the first referendum of this nature to be held anywhere in the world. In 2003 Congress approved the Disarmament Law (Law nº 10.826 of 23rd. December 2003) which prohibits the carrying and use of firearms by individuals, even if the said firearms are registered with the local authorities, and thus made it even more difficult to possess firearms in ones home.
2. The Brazilian authorities allege that these prohibitions would decrease the high death rates by use of guns, which amount to about 40 thousand deaths per year. Although, according to some authorities, with statistics and common sense at hand, suggest that the use of illegal firearms account for these high figures rather than with legally registered firearms. But it can also be said that the Disarmament Law and the referendum to prohibit the commercialization of firearms and ammunition might provoke a negative result in disarming honest people, leaving individuals to their own fate with crooks, assailants, rapists and drug traffickers who will continue to be armed simply because their weapons are not registered anyway, anyway, as well as not having a fixed abode and are not, of course, concerned with laws. Quite apart from which, the State cannot control all public areas so that gangsters and robbers can be as free as wolves in a chicken run!
3. It is estimated that there are over 20 million illegal firearms in Brazil – mostly obtained thru robbery as well as contraband into the country – and some 2 million registered firearms. What the authorities should do is to increase security for the public's benefit and try to recuperate stolen weapons, and not impede the use of legally registered firearms. Over the past few years insecurity has increased tremendously in this gigantic and important South American country, with the Brazilian drug traffickers increasing their power and establishing alliances with the Colombian FARC drug barons and guerillas, also encamping Korean and Nigerian drug traffickers who have started to enter large Brazilian cities, and often characterized by use of extreme cruelty. Brazilian prisons are now notorious as "crime headquarters" and "crime schools" which teaches inmates how organized crime works.
As if this wasn't enough, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), are now financing and defending criminals rights using overseas donations, giving them legal aid so that they can escape Justice and obtain the smallest possible punishment or shorter prison terms. It is well-known that Brazilian leftists, including the so-called Catholic Left, on mass, defend prohibition of legally registered firearms. The pro-Cuban movement of rural workers without land (MST), responsible for a good many farm invasions and violence in rural areas, also favors in the plebiscite the prohibition of sale of firearms and ammunition which, should it that position win, will make them feel as wolves in a hen-house.
4. Serious problems surrounding public security cannot be resolved with the disarmament of honest, law-abiding citizens. Nor must we forget that violence has deeper reasons, overall moral causes, i.e., religious crisis which affects society, family, public, educational, ecclesiastical institutions, etc. And they are more important than economic problems.
5. International statistics show that there is not a relationship between assassination indexes and residences which possess firearms. In Brazil there are 27 homicides per 100 thousand inhabitants, and the percentage of residences with registered firearms is 3.5%. In the United States, for example, there are 6 homicides per 100 thousand inhabitants (4.5 times less) and the percentage of households with firearms is 52% (14 times more). In Italy there are 2 homicides per 100 thousand inhabitants (13 times less), and 17% with registered household firearms (4 times more). And likewise, one can detail these sort of figures in the same context and apply this to innumerous countries.
6. We hope that in Brazil, next 23rd. October, common sense will prevail and voters should remember that if firearms in the hands of law abiding citizens will become illegal, only outlaws will have firearms.
Destaque Internacional - Informes de Coyuntura - Año VII - No. 176 - Buenos Aires / Madrid - Septiembre 22, 2005 - Responsable: Javier González.-http://www.cubdest.org