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Marxist Terrorist is Next Brazil President

August 26, 2010


"My friend, they have found the formula. Give the people a cell phone, cable TV, the "feeling" they are participating in the economy and they won't even think about liberty. Billions of pawns, the so-called middle-class of China, the "climbing" poor of Brazil, have no idea what the Bill of Rights, the Carta Magna was. Their sheer number, like a barbaric horde,  will crush the poor Americans, the last people in the world who have some remaining tradition of freedom and individual rights. Those Third World nouveau-riche folks will burn the constitution for a new TV, bought in 12 installments with a credit card."

SAO PAULO, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Brazil ruling party candidate Dilma Rousseff surged ahead of her main rival in his home state bastion, a new opinion poll showed on Thursday, as she appeared headed for a mandate-booting outright win in the Oct. 3 election.

Rousseff of Lula's ruling Workers' Party had 49 points in the latest Datafolha poll, 20 points ahead of Serra. That compares with her 47-30 lead in the previous Datafolha survey released five days ago. 

From Our Sao Paulo Bureau (originally posted APRIL 8 2009, UPDATED Aug. 26 2010, under subhead below  "Brazil's Purgatory About to Begin")

Dear Henry,

After seeing that article with Hitler's police file, see how interesting this other police file is. Dilma Rousseff, the current government Chief of Staff of Lula, a ministerial position, has been chosen by the Worker's Party to follow the (now millionaire) former factory worker Lula to the Presidency. Lula is one of the most corrupt presidents in history and is a tool for the Marxists.
Rousseff's father was a Bulgarian Communist.

On top of the file: TERRORIST / BANK ROBBER
On bottom:
Profession: Unknown
1967 - agent for the Worker's Politics Movement
06/10/68 - robbery of Banespa bank, Iguatemi Street, $ 80,000
12/10/68 - planned the murder of [American] Capt. Charles Chandler [accomplished in cold blood, in front of his house, his wife and child]
11/12/68 - robbery of Gun Store Diana, Seminario Street, 48 guns [stolen]
??/04/69 - National Liberation Command [another terrorist organization)
24/01/69 - Robbery of Quitauna Arms Depository - 63 FAU rifles, 3 INA guns, 4 munitions.
18/07/69 - Robbery of the Governor Ademar de Barros' house [the money was never recovered]
01/08/68 - Robbery of the Mercantil of Sao Paulo bank.
??/09/69 - VAR Palmares [terrorist organization] Congress in Teresopolis.
20/09/69 - Robbery of the Public Force Police Quarters in Barro Branco.

These people receive substantial allowances for life because they have been arrested. The family of people whom they have killed get nothing at all. She climbed to the top inside the government because she is a Communist.

Another important friend of Lula and a Party director, Jose Dirceu, was also a terrorist and was trained in Cuba [a traitor of Brazil, really]. Dirceu was the head of the worst corruption scheme in the history of Brazil and is still free and working as a "consultant" in the government. (eminence grise).

All the machine of the government has been put at Dilma's support. She goes to every inauguration of projects and is exalted by Lula.

This is the kind of people who are being used by the New World Order to enslave us. I leave a warning, especially for the American leftists who like Chavez and Castro: Obama, pal of William Ayers, is not far from these guys. Is this what is in store of the US?


rousseff.jpg(Left, Dilma, after the makeover)

The sad fact about the next election in Brazil is that it will not be decided based on principles or values. Nobody cares if Dilma Roussef murdered or robbed. It is just populism in the cruelest form. She is Lula's lady. Poor people have benefited a little from the end of inflation, and  they forgot that this situation was inherited by Lula.

What is interesting is that the Worker's Party is neither Communist nor the helper of workers. IBGE, the main statistical institution in Brazil, has just released the information that illiteracy in Brazil increased during Lula's reign. Basic sanitation is in the same level as it was at the time of his coronation. 50,000 Brazilians die violent deaths, most caused by guns and drugs smuggled into the country by the FARC Marxist terrorists, allies of Lula.  Who cares? I have a cell phone and tv set. The next World Cup will be in Rio.

On the other hand, the Federal Development Bank (BNDS) has received this year US$ 100 BI to lend to large corporations, in order to "buy" their good will towards the government during the election year. The capitalists get the money for 3,5%  to 7%, while the government pays 10% to 12% for the banks. Itaú bank had the largest profit of any bank in the Americas, including the ones in the US.

Other acts of largesse of the government include the distribution of TV and radio licenses to capitalists and politicians, a TV network for the union  leaders (who take one day of salary from the workers and can't be audited - Lula forbid it) and the definition of the targets of investment of the pension funds from state companies, in the order of hundreds of billions of dollars. They can make you or break you.

rouseff.jpg(Left, Marxists fraternize)


This is a fascist economy, in its purest definition. Mussolini would be proud.

It is hard for the common folk to understand how Communism has changed from a social utopia to this raw fascism. The reason is that they retain the old veneer in cultural causes, such as free abortion, gay marriage, globalism, ecological radicalism, etc. Just like in China, they tell you how to live your private life. Censorship or "media control" is in  Dilma's agenda, as it is in full course in Argentina and Venezuela today. The fiscal privacy of Dilma's opponents has been broken with no consequences.  Basic constitutional rights are worth nothing to the Worker's party, and they are challenging property rights. A bunch of communist peasants, all funded and led by professional agitators, will invade farms, kill people (as they do now) and the issue will be decided by popular acclamation, in a commune.

We are being prepared to be pawns of the world government.

I predict rough times ahead for Brazil. Dilma is incompetent and stubborn. Brazil's public debt has almost tripled and is about to explode, due to to the high interest rates. The boom in the exportation of minerals and agro-commodities that gave Lula's popularity such boost  can end anytime, especially if a heavy crisis hits the dollar. The taxation level in Brazil is one of the highest in the world, at 40,5% and bureaucracy, with 85 different taxes in the last count, is astronomical. They won't be able to raise tax anymore to support the do-nothings employed in the government and the corruption.

When the government crashes, the social aids that supported Lula's popularity will be at risk. Without the booming exports, there will be fewer jobs, and it is possible that we see riots and protests. Things have always been too easy in this country, where food grows even in a crack in the sidewalk. Perhaps it is time for Brazilians to mature from suffering.

PS: Dilma is not Bulgarian, her father was. He fled his country because he was a communist activist. Surprisingly (?), in Brazil he was a capitalist and very rich. Dilma had a very bourgeois life, living in a large house and studying at private schools. It is always good to belong to the Communist elite.

Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Comments for "Marxist Terrorist is Next Brazil President"

Carolina said (October 19, 2010):

First of all, sorry about my bad english. But I’d love to say that I really enjoyed your article: "Marxist Terrorist is Next Brazil President".
It’s all totally true and I’m really scared about what can happen with my country if this lunatic woman wins. As I’ve never done before, I’m fighting for what I think is right for my country. I really don’t want her to be our president and if that unfortunately happens me, and the people that think just like me, we’ll do anything to take her out of power. We’ve been through so much to let this crazy woman be on charge now. Thank you for the amazing article, people have translated it to portuguese and we are sending it to everyone hoping we can change some minds.

anon said (September 12, 2010):

As you mentioned, Brazil is going through one of the worst periods of our history. Lunatics have taken the government, supported by our completely corrupt political system.

One information that few people know is that Dilma got a cancer last year, and is not completely cured. Last week, during a show visit to her daughter in Porto Alegre, she got her own room in Moinhos de Vento hospital and one day away from midia. Couple weeks ago the midia showed that she had a misterious collapse during a speech for elections.

In recent Brazilian history, we have a similar case. The first ellected president after military government, Tancredo Neves, was very sick during ellections. Right after the ellections he died, and the Vice President José Sarney, from PMDB party (the dirtiest party), became the President.

In order to have support on the corrupt congress, Lula and Dilma have taken Michel Temer as Vice-president candidate. If Dilma dies, we fall again in the hand of the dirty PMDB, a party that made corruption an official institution in Brasil.

I still wonder what is worse: Dilma or Temer.

Ana said (September 11, 2010):

do not know about your political convictions, nor am I not interested in your views on particular issues. As a Brazilian, I really do wish to congratulate you on your accurate information on the present electoral situation in Brazil. The only correction that I would like to make is about the "new middle class" approval of President Lula's candidate. It is true that they are happy about their credit cards and the new gadgets that they can afford to buy and they wish to keep that. It too bad they do not expect a president to improve the level of public education or health service. The correction is related to our old, traditional middle class, that has a canine admiration for the president as well. This group of people is even more to blame, as the quality of their life style has decreased enormously, but I think they feel a kind of guilt for the existence of poor people in Brazil, as there are, by the way, all over the world. "Old middle class people" think that they are superior people, christians, with a duty to help the poor. Therefore, they conclude: let's vote for Dilma and we will do our share of duty, she will help the poor for us. Instead of organizing a charity bazaar, they vote for Dilma.

What these naïve people do not perceive is that so far the ruling Workers' Party has conquered the Federal Government, and now they are in pursuit of conquering power. This is the most dangerous part of their strategy.

It seems that you have correspondents in Brazil, ask them about the project of the Workers' Party regarding freedom of speech to the press. Ask your correspondent to inform you what happened to a famous Brazilian anchor man, journalist Boris Casoy, after he criticized ex-Minister Chief of Staff José Dirceu, Lula's right arm.

Aks your correspondent about what happened to an aged man, with double nationality (Brazilian and Belgian) after he hit the same José Dirceu with his walking stick, after the ex-Minister was accused of corruption. He had to flee Brazil and go to live in Belgium. Ask your correspondent about what happened to him last July, when he returned to Brazil and was arreested by the Federal Police at the airport. Ask your correspondent about what happened to two mayors of the Workers' Party, who apparently had a disagreement with the party and knew too much. One of them controlled the funds for Lula's first election.

Ask your correspondent about the already announced Workers' Party policy about the invasion of private land, even productive properties. Ask your correspondent if it is true that the Ministry of Land has donated funds to invasion organizations, like the MST Movimento dos Sem Terra.

Please, if you wish to publish this letter in your site, feel free to do so, but do not write my name or e-mail underneath it. If you have the possibility, please rewrite my message, so that my IP is not identifiable. Write an alias at the end of the text. Write Chiquita Bacana, for instance, do not write my name or something may happen to me or my kids. These people are not to play with.

Do you know the play "Rhinoceros", written by Eugène Ionesco? It portrays what is happening in Brazil.

ANON said (August 26, 2010):

Everything is true in your last article ! What is happening in Brazil (and also in Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, etc.) is a "red wave" of catastrophic proportions. We had in Brazil a military government in the 1960's that prevented Communism from taking the whole country (and perhaps the continent). During this period of relative stability and economical growth (probably the best in recent times), a generation of "communist liberation thinkers", radical intellectuals and syndicate representatives were grown, with plenty of anger against the Catholic church, military, property, tradition, etc.

What happened later was that Lula, the current president, tried several times to become president, and in 2002 he managed, after almost 20 years of trying. When they got to power they started an orgy of money spending, taking government functions and employment (for red friends only, of course), the radical Marxist syndicates took everything, the "Movement of the people without land" (MST) started invading farms and private property, corruption was disseminated in every government level, and finally, every "victim of the military dictatorship" that actually where terrorist payed by the communist parties, received millions on alimonies, indemnifications, retirement plans, etc....and the expenses of the taxpayers. Lula, for instance, has at least 4 retirement sources ($$$).

They took also the Brazilian Information Service (Brazilian CIA) for their own purposes, they use the public machine to elect their candidates (Dilma Rousseff for president), elementary schools teach Marxist ideology, Universities are completely taken by leftists and feminists (you see on campus, ads in favour of Hugo Chavez, etc.), and this absurd government give amnesty to leftist terrorists and also return Cubans refugees (trying to scape Cuba) to Fidel.....

Lula is an atheist as all his staff and always attack the Catholic church (genetic research - cloning, use of preservatives for free sex), and cynically, at the same time he and Dilma proclam themselves Christians (as Hugo Chavez did also). Here is a site (poor translation online) showing the types of terrorist are in power now. Brazilian people elected Lula because of decades of brainwashing saying the neo liberalism and capitalism are the sources of poverty in Latin America...this is the result !!! Original site in Portuguese: "WHERE THEY ARE? The Law of the Amnesty, of 1979, permitted that the terrorists returned and were reinstated to the national political life. They were transformed from criminals to heroes and they now occupy public offices in the governments. And, feeding itself of the own gall, they pursue everybody those that fought against them, in a hateful retaliation. But, after all of you count, WHERE THEY ARE?." -- Lula is also using a program called "School Funding" (which is a code for very poor and illiterate-naive people, particularly from the North and Northeastern Brazil) to "buy" their votes....This is how he perpetuates himself in power and his infamous "Labour Party". The worst is that we do not any chance because even the political opposition in Brazil is leftist, moderate center-left, etc., there is no center politicians and much less, of course, rightists....

No one in Brazil today can try an election with a rightist, traditionalist idea, it is totally impossible, Brazil became, after decades of brainwashing, a pilot plan for the socialist dictatorship of the New World Order....

The military after giving up power were victims of complete decadence and no government money, thus Brazilian army is a joke today, salaries are ridiculous, and all victims of the red terrorist, the military (example: handicapped by an explosion - without a leg, eyes, etc.), receive almost nothing for indemnification (they were the true heroes fighting communist terrorism), on the other hand, Franklin Martins, a Communist writer, journalist, because he lost his job in the 1960-70's (because he had Communist ideas), he receive something like 8-10,000 dollars a month and also a large premium ($$$) !!!! Those payment processes move very fast (in a country where the judiciary power is lethargic as a sick turtle), and in a few months these parasites will have everything ....

Jesper said (August 26, 2010):

Brazil has reached the bottom of the pit, politically and intellectually. First we have to endure eight years with Lula, a cunning brute and scoffer and co-founder of Foro de São Paulo, handled by dangerous agents trained by the Cuban secret service.

Then, for future president, Dilma is not only a lifelong, reckless collaborator with radical international Communism, she is also (to my surprise) a complete moron! This 1-minute video will give you an idea: a reporter asks what her favorite books are.

Sao Paulo Bureau said (April 8, 2009):

Things are much better here than in the rest of the world. The reason is the good situation with commodities prices. Brazil was able to save around US$ 200 B in reserves during the last years and for the first time since independence (1822) has paid the foreign debt. Lula is a lucky SOB, for he didn't do anything and still things went well in the economy. They found lots of oil too.

The worst problems have been in the export sectors, because other countries are not buying as before. Also, investments from multinational companies have decreased. The stock index fell from 70K to 42K and lots of people lost much money (I didn't because I bought under 42K). They say the GNP will grow 3% in 2009, which is good.

The problem in Brazil is the government. The Left has taken over the universities, the press, the cultural circles. There is almost no conservative opposition, like the talk radio in the States. The only exception is Veja magazine, the largest in Brazil, which has been fighting Lula for years. But everybody knows he and his party steals, they know how much, they know when and what, and nothing happens. There is TOO MUCH freedom of information in the country, if that can be possible. They use all kinds of juridical maneuvers to escape punishment. It is a surreal situation. It is one that would escalate into a revolution in a less peaceful, lethargic country.

The Worker's Party (PT, Partido dos Trabalhadores) is taking over the country. Their militants usually give 10% tithe to the party. They are infiltrated in the banks, in the media, in schools. If they have an enemy, the bank employee will spy on his personnal bank account, for example. If a reporter writes something against the party, a militant will try to get him fired. And so on.

At the same time, PT has bought off all big capitalists with low interest loans from the government, large contracts, etc. If you say anything, you loose these privileges and you will have trouble in business. The government tentacles are all around the economy. It is just like what Obama is doing now in the States. You won't be able to do business without the government being your partner (fascism).

Lula has also doubled the tax burden and hired hundreds of thousands of new public employees. We pay almost 50% of the GDP for the State. It is a structure that is extremely hard (if not impossible) to dismantle.

At the same time, PT is actively working for causes like abortion, gay marriage and all sorts of trash. 99% of the population is against it, but it doesn't matter.

What is sad is that the youth is being manipulated by the NGOs, which use actors, singers, etc, to promote their NWO agenda.

JN said (April 8, 2009):

On the Brazilian point, which I don't think is in your article there, Lindsey William ("The Next 12 Mos."--You Tube) recounts the story of how the World Bank lent Brazil a ton of money to build the city "Brazilia", and when they couldn't pay the interest, let alone the principle, the world bank came in and offered them a new deal... a new line of credit, with the Amazon river basin as collateral. Then a couple years later when Brazil defaulted on that loan, the world bank took possession of the Amazon river basin, and owns it to this day.

David said (April 7, 2009):

I've been interested in this country for 36 years, since meeting an exchange student from Brazil.Its good to see, that not all Brazilians are happy,with the direction their country has went. I've found on you tube of late, a fierce anti Americanism from Brazilians. It seems to be a most unfriendly country for an American to visit, much less live in. I have passed up two invitations to visit there.I commend you on your bravery, in a world gone increasingly insane.


From Our Sao Paulo Bureau-

There is an active Left in Brazil which is anti-American, but they are (as anywhere else) a very loud and very small minority. Most people in Brazil is pro-USA and all of them, including the leftists, will treat any American tourist or visitor with friendship and sympathy. In fact, I have traveled the world and have never seen a country where the foreigner is better treated. Brazilians will invite you to their houses for coffee, will offer to take you around sightseeing. etc. I have dozens of American friends in Sao Paulo who can attest to that.

Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at